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CBQ, Fort Worth, Texas, 1966 by Center for Railroad Photography & Art
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Led by classic E-5 locomotives, Denver-bound Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad Texas Zephyr passenger train heads away from downtown Fort Worth, Texas, in June 1966. Photograph by J. Parker Lamb, © 2016, Center for Railroad Photography and Art. Lamb-02-074-11

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The Grand Canyon Railway will begin its 2016 schedule of steam operations with ex-Chicago, Burlington & Quincy 2-8-2 No. 4960 on President’s Day, Feb. 13. 

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Bussey, Iowa
Population: 422

“Jesse Bussey, originally from Greene County, Pennsylvania, bought the land for the town of Bussey in 1867. He laid out the town of Bussey on the line of the Albia, Knoxville and Des Moines Railroad in 1875, the same year the line was acquired by the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad. Mr Bussey went into the lumber and grain business there. By 1880, the population was close to 100, with four general merchandise stores and one drug store. The town was incorporated in 1895. There were some problems with the initial incorporation, so a second vote was held in 1899, after which James Bussey was elected as the first mayor.”

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CB&Q E8 9943B by Chuck Zeiler
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Chicago Burlington & Quincy Railroad E8 9943B & 2-8-2 Class O-1-A 4960 at Aurora, Illinois on June 26, 1965, Koadchrome by Chuck Zeiler.