L&N No. 34         
Louisville & Nashville train No. 34, the combined Piedmont for New York and Gulf Wind for Jacksonville, had just gone through the curve from the Mississippi riverfront onto the median of Elysian Fields Avenue and was crossing Decatur Street. The Gulf Wind operated over the Seaboard Air Line west of Chattahochee, Florida and the third car is a Seaboard coach. No. 34 train was being pulled by K-5 class 4-6-2 269. It was one of 26 K-5 class USRA light Pacifics, and one of eight (264-271) built by Baldwin in 1923. It was retired on 7 July 1953. (approximate day)
Date: 2/15/1950 Location: New Orleans, LA   Map Show New Orleans on a rail map Views: 602 Collection Of:   Michael Palmieri
Locomotives: LN 269(4-6-2)    Author:  William Harry photo
L&N No. 34
Picture Categories: Steam,Passenger,Action This picture is part of album:  William Harry
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