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Union Pacific Railroad streamliner M-10001 as train #2, the City of Portland. Photographed at Green River, Wyoming, June 20, 1937 by Otto Perry.
Otto Perry / Denver Public Library
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|Purpose of use||
to show the equipment described by the article while it was in regular service.
The image cannot be recreated with current photographic equipment because the equipment pictured in the image has been scrapped.
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