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J.W. & J.S. Moulton, The interiot of Grand Central Depot, [New Series, American Views], 1870s, Stereocard, Internet - Original source ill-defined, Posted on Facebook, Stereoviews of old New York, 15 August 2015. Current whereabouts unknown., LL/64418
526.01   Introduction to the photography of railways
526.02   The expansion and significance of railways in the nineteenth century
526.03   Railways and urban expansion
526.04   Train wrecks
526.05   Édouard Baldus: Chemins de fer de Paris à Lyon et à la Méditerranée (1860s)
526.06   Édouard Baldus: Les chemins de fer du Nord. Ligne de Paris à Boulogne. Vues photographiques
526.07   Édouard Baldus: Chemin de fer du Nord. Ligne de Paris à Compiègne par Chantilly. Petites vues (1866)
526.08   Hippolyte-Auguste Collard: Chemin de fer du Bourbonnais
526.09   Construction du Chemin de Fer Metropolitan Municipal de Paris (1905-1910)
526.10   Emilio Biel: Caminho de Ferro do Douro (ca. 1890)
526.11   The importance of railroads in the development of the American West
526.12   James Fitzallen Ryder: Photographic Views on the Atlantic & Great Western Railway (1862)
526.13   Railways and the American Civil War (1861-1865)
526.14   Trains: Central Pacific Railroad
526.15   Alexander Gardner and others: Across the continent on the Kansas Pacific Railroad
526.16   William Henry Jackson: Railways
526.17   John Carbutt: Union Pacific Rail Road, Excursion to the 100th Meridian (October 1866)
526.18   Andrew J. Russell: The Great West Illustrated in a Series of Photographic Views Across the Continent, Taken Along the Line of the Union Pacific Railroad, West from Omaha, Nebraska
526.19   A.J. Russell: Golden Spike Ceremony, Promontory Point, Utah (10 May 1869)
526.20   Elmer & Tenney (Winona, Minn.): E. & T. Minnesota Snow - View Series of 1881 - Snow Blockade Views
526.21   Wyoming: Dale Creek Crossing (1868-1901)
526.22   Alfred Hart: First Construction Train passing the Palisades, Ten Mile Cañon
526.23   Alfred Hart: Central Pacific Railroad, California
526.24   Purviance: Purviance's Views, Penn'a Central Rail Road
526.25   George R. Lawrence: The Largest Photograph in the World of the Handsomest Train in the World (ca 1900)
526.26   Esther Bubley and Russell Lee: Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Company (1948)
526.27   O. Winston Link: Trains
526.28   The Canadian Pacific Railway
South America
526.29   Georges Poulet: Aurora Argentina (1890s)
526.30   Railways of India
526.31   Trains, railroads and railways
Railway hotels
526.32   Louis-Émile Durandelle and Albert Chevojon: Grand Hotel Terminus-Saint Lazare, Paris (1889 or later)
526.33   Photochroms: Railways
Railroad studios
526.34   Railroad photograph cars and studios on trains
526.35   J.B. Silvis: Photograph car
526.36   Backmarks for railroad photograph cars
526.37   Cartes de visite: Backs: Transportation
Studio foregrounds and backgrounds
526.38   Studio backgrounds and foregrounds: Railways
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