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railroad stuff16 of 23Evelyn Curro Railroad PrintsWestern Pacific Feather Pattern Plate
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    Posted 10 years ago

    potrero
    (156 items)

    Got this batch of railroad passes from a guy in Utah. It seems like the only railroad passes that are really worth much are the ones from the very earliest railroads, e.g. 1870s and 1880s, that also have lots of great graphics (an exception being a pass held by a famous person). I just like the variety of these.

    Seems like most of these passes were held by Mr. T.A. Grady who worked for the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy - the same railroad my wrench is from. Coincidence or... ?

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    1. mark, 9 years ago
      Hi I would like to no if these cards U are shown are wroth any money I have 50 of them .Thank you
    2. Ernest Mainer, 9 years ago
      I have a print of a Evelyn Curro its a picture of some kind of coach can you tell me if its Worth anything...its of a Rotary Windlass Engine Built by New Bedford's William Dorfee in 1835..

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