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Postcard C.M. & St. P. Depot, Marion, Iowa (circa 1908)
1 Postcard C.M. & St. P. Depot, Marion, Iowa (circa 1908)
Printed in Germany Unknown publisher circa 1908 Very Good condition 
Very nice clean card with no writing and no postage stamp. The divided back is also clean with lines for the address -- no stamp box. What makes it interesting is not just the depot, but the people and wheeled vehicles in front which give it sense of motion. The card will arrive in a brand new plastic sleeve. 
Price: 16.95 USD
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Postcard Fred Harvey's Lunch Room Union Station, Chicago (1920's)
2 Postcard Fred Harvey's Lunch Room Union Station, Chicago (1920's)
Fred Harvey 1920's Very Good Condition 
This card is unused, so no dates written by sender and no post mark. The only clue to find a date here is the pink cloche hat on the lady in the foreground next to the two men. The cloche hat is a Roaring Twenties fashion favorite. Fred Harvey was the restaurant king of his day. This one was beautiful and located in the Chicago train station. Card is clean and nice and will arrive in a brand new plastic sleeve. 
Price: 8.95 USD
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Postcard Pennsylvania Railroad Mt. Carmel Ore Train (1957)
3 Postcard Pennsylvania Railroad Mt. Carmel Ore Train (1957)
Earlton, New York Audio Visual Designs 1957 Fine condition Wood, Don (photographer) 
Handsome postcard numbered S-74231 showing the Mt. Carmel ore train pulling up to the Shamrock water tank in October, 1957. The Pennsylvania Railroad completed their steam replacement program about three weeks after this photo was taken. The card has not been used and is very clean with sharp corners. Card will arrive in a brand new plastic sleeve. 
Price: 7.95 USD
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Postcard Pennsylvania Railroad Sunnyside engine House (1954)
4 Postcard Pennsylvania Railroad Sunnyside engine House (1954)
Earlton, New York Audio Visual Designs 1954 Fine condition 
Crisp and clean with sharp corners -- VERY nice unused postcard. The description on the back reads thus: "Remember when the line up of power opposite the Sunnyside enginehouse in New York looked like this? This classic scene of four pin stripped GG1 electric locomotives occurred in 1954." The photo from which this was pritned came from the Edward L. Conklin III Collection. Card will arrive in brand new plastic sleeve. 
Price: 5.95 USD
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Postcard Ticket Concourse, Union Station, Los Angeles, California
5 Postcard Ticket Concourse, Union Station, Los Angeles, California
Los Angeles, California Western Publishing & Novelty Co. Unknown date Very good condition 
This handsome card is unused and very crisp and bright. It shows the then state of the art depot in Los Angeles which handled three railways. The picture shows the ticket concourse and the seating for passengers while waiting. There is no writing, hence no postmark to date it. 
Price: 8.95 USD
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Real Photo Postcard Boy Dressed as Railroad Conductor Taking Man's Ticket, Pittsburg, PA
6 Real Photo Postcard Boy Dressed as Railroad Conductor Taking Man's Ticket, Pittsburg, PA
Pittsburgh, PA AZO/Arcade Studios 1926-1940's Fine 
This is a fun real photo postcard showing a man pretending to be a train passenger and a young boy dressed up like a conductor to take his ticket. Maybe a grandfather and grandson on an afternoon in Pittsburgh having some fun. I wish we could date it exactly, but it was never sent and has no writing on it at all. The only clue is the markings on the stamp box which indicates by the four squares in the corners that it's from 1926 to the 1940's. Big span, but a great image! 
Price: 21.95 USD
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Southern Pacific Lines Metal Sign and Southern Pacific 4294 Postcard
7 Southern Pacific Lines Metal Sign and Southern Pacific 4294 Postcard
Earlton, New York Audio Visual Designs Very Good 
This is an unusual offering, a 3" in diameter metal sign for the Southern Pacific Lines which was a premium for Post cereals back in the 1950's paired with a color postcard showing Southern Pacific 4294. I bought them from a collector who had already paired them and decided to leave them that way. The Southern Pacific 4294 was the last steam locomotive purchased by the company. Card is unused and in clean crisp condition. the signs shows a few nicks, but over all is quite good. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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