Lowest prices on the largest selection of the best selling 2014 train calendars and 2014 railroad calendars. Choose from railroads of today as well as vintage fallen flags, including B&O, Santa Fe, PRR. Complete listing of 2014 classic steam locomotive calendars including Narrow Gauge Steam, Model Railroads and the Polar Express 18 mo. calendar along with train calendars by artists Howard Fogg and Gil Bennett and photographer O. Winston Link.
Displaying beautiful, color photographs of classic steam locomotives operated by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, this wall calendar is a “must have” for every fan of America’s first chartered railroad! You’ll see a 0-8-0 Class L switcher at Connellsville, Pennsylvania, in 1955; a 2-10-2 head eastbound through Viaduct Junction in Cumberland, Maryland, in 1949; a 2-8-8-0 run a mine shifter on Indiana Branch, near Home, Pennsylvania, in 1954; and more. Price: $12.46.
The railway systems of Canada transport people and products over a network of iron and steel that stretches throughout the breathtaking Canadian landscapes. Witness the power and beauty of these remarkable machines, from antique steam engines to modern freight and passenger trains.
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Here are the steam-powered trains that traversed the narrow gauge rails serving Colorado’s mines and mountain communities.
2014 Colorado Railroad Museum Calendar features 13 months of more than 20 oil paintings, watercolors and drawings from the R. W. Richardson Library’s Otto Kuhler Collection.
This exceptional collection of classic train images offers thundering steam power and great diesel style through more than 50 years of railroading.
The dean of American railroading art, Howard Fogg’s paintings tell the story of U.S. industrial strength exemplified by high iron on steel rails.
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Celebrate the golden age of railroading with iconic engines and trains in paintings by Gil Bennett.
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Each month of this calendar highlights one of the many layouts that have been featured in Great Model Railroads. The calendar looks at the fascinating layouts that have filled the pages of this Model Railroader special annual publication since 1991. These great model railroads encompass a variety of scales, eras, and trains. National holidays and occasions are listed, and there is ample space for adding notes and appointments. Price: $11.66
Steam, electric and diesel power from the 1940s through the 1960s is underway on The Standard Railroad of the World. Best Price: $13.46
Do you believe in the spirit of Christmas? A beloved childrens book, then a breathtaking computer-animated film, The Polar Express exemplifies the magic of the Christmas season. This treasured holiday classic tells the story of a doubting young boy on a journey of self-discovery and speaks to the child in all of us. Featuring beautiful stills from the film, The Polar Express wall calendar will bring a whole year of joy to those who truly believe. Best Price $13.49
Original photographs from the 1940s through the 70s capture steam and diesel power operating across the vast Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe system. Best Price:$13.46
The Norfolk and Western Railway was the last American railroad to abandon steam and convert to diesel. During the mid-1950s, O. Winston Link (1914-2001) created a photographic legacy of this period of American rail history which remains unrivaled. Best Price:$13.49
12-month calendar featuring nostalgic photographs of Steam Trains from around the World and plenty of space to write in key events.
Best Price: $9.89
Based on the popular Trains magazine online photography feature Trackside with Trains , this calendar showcases the best images of the magazine’s photographers. This beautifully photographed calendar presents a variety of trains in action in breathtaking scenes across the country. National holidays and occasions are noted, plus there’s room for adding appointments and reminders. Best Price: $11.66
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The 2014 feature image was again commissioned to renowned railway artist J. Craig Thorpe, who created “END OF THE DAY – MP 2.0″. As afternoon Fraser train No. 24 heads past the Shops on the main line (right), crews move the White Pass engines – including the repowered 90 Series, Steam Engine No. 73, and the ALCOs – into place for routine evening maintenance.