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    Posted 4 years ago

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    I believe them to both be early 1940s.

    The Santa Fe, if I recall, is the product of several images put together and messed with by the Curt Teich Company. This is a well-known image done by them.

    The yellow Streamliner is a year or two later and is a nearly identical scene done by the Longshaw Card Company of Los Angeles.

    A train at left. Two tracks. Orange groves on either side. Mountain in the background. Yellow ground. Linen-type postcard.
    That sums up both postcards.


    1. NevadaBlades, 4 years ago
    2. SpiritBear, 4 years ago
      I made a friend who likes trains. He's in Texas and liked this postcard. Guess where it's likely to go. LOL.
    3. fortapache fortapache, 4 years ago
      I've got a pretty good idea of wear that is supposed to be, the Kite Shaped Track that went to Redlands. The Super Chief is an F unit probably and F3A. Got feeling the streamliner is a fantasy piece.
      I live in the mountain range in the background.
    4. SpiritBear, 4 years ago
      None of the images were from the same place. The Curt Teich people put together the Santa Fe piece as a collage, blended it, touched it up, and came up with this.
    5. Belltown Belltown, 4 years ago
      Hi SpiritBear:
      This is wonderful! Just in case you missed our article on Linen Postcards, here it is:
    6. SpiritBear, 4 years ago
      I had read that wonderful write-up awhile ago, but thank you for posting it. :)

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