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The Sounds Of York Station When Steam Locomotives Were In Use There In The Nineteen Fifties - No Artist - This Is York (Vinyl)

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  1. Recorded and annotated by Harold S. Ludlow in The album intersperses the Steam Locomotive sounds with spoken explanation by Ludlow of what each sound is. He opens the album stating that: “This recording has been prepared to preserve the sounds of that great fleet of New York central trains when steam was king of the rails.”.
  2. The Grand Central Law. Chapter of the Laws of is titled "An Act to provide for further regulation of the terminals and approaches thereto of the New York and Harlem railroad at and north of Forty-second street in the city of New YorkThis law was passed and effective 7 May The lengthy text of this law generally provides the powers needed to close and regrade public streets.
  3. New York Locomotive siconletzlenganetarambeattmidnolor.coinfo Kneeland and Company was a nineteenth century builder of steam locomotive engines located at Jersey City, New siconletzlenganetarambeattmidnolor.coinfolly styled the New York Locomotive Works, the company was active under various ownerships in building steam locomotives from until The original proprietors were Charles Kneeland, William Hamilton and S. Breese.
  4. The York used to be put on static display at the Museum of Science and Industry. Note: In the Background is Natchez & Hamburg (Mississippi) another engine that used to be on display with the York.. Baltimore & Ohio Railroad "York" is an steam locomotive originally built in by Davis & Gartner in York, PA. and was the first locomotive to operate on the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
  5. Jun 16,  · The following enumeration of surviving New York Central Steam locomotives was printed in the pages of the Central New York Chapter, NRHS Green Block by Richard Palmer. The list is a bit longer than we had previously imagined, but sorry, still no Hudsons! New York Central System # Bw Alco Pittsburgh
  6. The Sounds Of York Station When Steam Locomotives Were In Use There In The Nineteen Fifties Credits Cover, Photography By – Eric Oldham/5(2).
  7. A series name used by Argo Transacord and the later ASV Transacord to group recordings of steam engines. Argo Transacord Releases made reference to the series name by way of a text note on the lower right of the rear sleeve. ASV Transacord Releases made use of the logo shown, on the front and rear of the sleeve. The ASV Transacord website states that this was a series of 37 LP's issued .
  8. In Vinton Wight recorded and collected the sounds various different Steam Locomotives. He explains that “Stack Music” is “that delightful sound caused by super heated steam, exhausted from the cylinder, through the stack of a locomotive.” Other sounds include the wheels clanking on the tracks.

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