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Students wait at the station for the special west-bound train to take them home for Christmas, December 1946

Students wait at the station for the special west-bound train to take them home for Christmas, December 1946 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 21, 1946
Caption
ON WAY HOME: Students in jovial spirits lined the tracks of the New York Central railway yesterday waiting for the special west-bound train which would take them home for the Christmas holidays. The train for Chicago left here at 2 p.m. and a special for New York and Boston left at 5 p.m. From 900 to 1,000 students were accommodated on the two special trains alone, the local New York Central office reported, and additional students took the trains which ran on regular schedule. Except for a few stragglers, most students who planned to take the train home left Ann Arbor yesterday, to judge from the lines at the ticket office.

C. William Moss Demonstrating Handmade Locomotive, December 1955

C. William Moss Demonstrating Handmade Locomotive, December 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 26, 1955
Caption
WELL-TRAINED CHILDREN: This is what greeted the children of C. William Moss of 2304 Pittsfield Blvd., Pittsfield Village, when they awoke yesterday morning. Moss, stooping behind the homemade "locomotive," fashioned it from an oil drum and various other odds and ends. The cab's instrument panel features surplus airplane dials, one of which operates a headlight on the front of the "engine."

Michigan Diesel Flyers Bypass Ann Arbor

Michigan Diesel Flyers Bypass Ann Arbor image
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3
Month
July
Year
1946
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Climax locomotive stops in Ann Arbor, November 1956

Climax locomotive stops in Ann Arbor, November 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 2, 1956
Caption
MUSEUM PIECE: This Climax logging locomotive arrived here yesterday and was sidetracked at the Ann Arbor Railroad depot prior to delivery to Northwood Enterprises, an Ann Arbor corporation which is building the nation's first "live" museum of the logging industry. The museum will be on 65-acre tracts on Seven Mile Rd. near Whitmore Lake in Northfield township. This locomotive will carry museum visitors to various installations.