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"Held Up!!" : An Incident on the Hannibal & St. Joseph Railroad.
Publisher: Published in "Once A Week."
Medium: Engraving,
Date: February 10, 1894.
Price: $120.00

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"Held Up!!" : An Incident on the Hannibal & St. Joseph Railroad. by
A Fair Representation of the Contemplated Rail-Road in Broadway & The Bowery. [plus seven lines of text describing the horse drawn rail-road].
Publisher: P. Desobry's Lithy. Cor. Broadway & Cortlandt St.
Medium: Stone engraving,
Date: c.1835.
Price: $3,000.00

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A Fair Representation of the Contemplated Rail-Road in Broadway & The Bowery. [plus seven lines of text describing the horse drawn rail-road]. by
Accident on the Camden and Amboy Railroad, : near Burlington, N.J. : Aug, 29th 1855. : 21 persons killed 75 wounded.
Publisher: Published by John Collins.
Medium: Lithograph,
Date: 1855.
Price: $325.00

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Accident on the Camden and Amboy Railroad, : near Burlington, N.J. : Aug, 29th 1855. : 21 persons killed 75 wounded. by
Accident to the Boston Express, near Springfield, Massachusetts.
Publisher: Published Harper's Weekly, March 28, 1872.
Medium: Engraving,
Date: c.1872.
Price: $70.00

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Accident to the Boston Express, near Springfield, Massachusetts. by
Across the Continent. : Passing the Humboldt River. [title in also in German] Pacific Bahn Nach Californien. : Den Humboldt Fluss Passirend.
Publisher: Published by H. Schile & Co. 62 Division St. N.Y.
Medium: Lithograph handcolored,
Date: 1870.
Price: $7,500.00

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Across the Continent. : Passing the Humboldt River.  [title in also in German] Pacific Bahn Nach Californien. : Den Humboldt Fluss Passirend. by
American Autumn, : Starucca Valley, Erie R. Road : Printed exclusively for members of the Crosby Opera House Art Association.
Artist: Jasper Cropsey
Publisher: T. Sinclair's Chromo Lith. Phila.
Medium: Chromolithograph,
Date: Undated.
Price: $1,750.00

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American Autumn, : Starucca Valley, Erie R. Road : Printed exclusively for members of the Crosby Opera House Art Association. by Jasper Cropsey
American Express Trains. : "Leaving the Junction."
Publisher: Leeds, published by R. Rogerson, 21 Hunslet Rd.
Medium: Lithograph printed in color,
Date: 1872.
Price: $3,000.00

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American Express Trains. : "Leaving the Junction." by
Birth-Place of the Locomotive. The,. Killingworth Colliery. [Stephenson family]
Artist: John Lucas
Publisher: Published by Henry Graves & Co., the Proprietors. Publishers to the Queen, 6 Pall Mall, London.
Medium: Engraving with hand color,
Date: 1862.
Price: $850.00

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Birth-Place of the Locomotive.  The,.  Killingworth Colliery. [Stephenson family] by John Lucas
Bitter Night at an Elevated Railroad Station. A,
Artist: F. Ray
Publisher: Harper's Weekly February 5, 1887.
Medium: Wood engraving,
Date: 1887.
Price: $100.00

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Bitter Night at an Elevated Railroad Station. A, by F. Ray
Black Valley Railroad. Tickets Sold at all Liquor Shops. Acciednts by Collisions are Entirely Avoided, as no up Trains are Run Over the Road.
Medium: Lithograph handcolored,
Date: 1865.
Price: $1,200.00

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Black Valley Railroad.  Tickets Sold at all Liquor Shops.  Acciednts by Collisions are Entirely Avoided, as no up Trains are Run Over the Road. by
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