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   The Shepaug Railroad in Connecticut Preview Go
The Shepaug, Litchfield & Northern Railroad ran from Hawleyville to Litchfield in Connecticut. It was owned by the New Haven Railroad and went out of business in the 1940's. The path of the railroad can still be seen. WOW, what if it still ran and kept its original character?
   The 20th Century Limited plus more fast passenger Preview Go
Before the world of passenger trains collapsed in the 1950's, the New York Central was one of the nation's premier passenger railroads. Its 10,000 miles reached from Boston to St. Louis, but its heart was the four-track mainline from New York City to Buffalo. During the 1920's, 37 name trains traveled the "Water Level" mainline. This huge mass of trains was sometimes referred to as the "Great Steel Fleet".
   Davenport and Company Preview Go
Davenport and Company is an online shop of Vintage clothing and accessories, dating from the Victorian period to the present.


   ATOMIC Magazine: The Essential Guide to Retro Culture. Preview Go
ATOMIC Magazine is the essential guide to retro culture. We report on the influence of mid-20th century style on modern trends in fashion, filmmaking, music and design. We have just one mission: to bring back the best of a bygone era—the music, the clothing, and the lifestyle—and remind our readers what it means to have fun!






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