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Remembering Ann Arbor Railroad passenger trains

By | December 9, 2020

The Ann Arbor Railroad is Classic Trains' Railroad of the Month for December 2020

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Ann Arbor 4-4-2 steam locomotive with passenger train at station.
nn Arbor 4-4-2 steam locomotive with passenger train.

Train 52 at Durand


Ann Arbor 4-4-2 1612 departs Durand with Frankfort–Toledo train 52 on August 24, 1939.   

Bob Schenzinger
nn Arbor 4-4-2 steam locomotive with passenger train.
Ann Arbor 4-4-2 steam locomotive with passenger train.

Train 52 approaching Durand 


Having received some minor modifications in the 11 years since the previous photo, Atlantic 1612 approaches Durand with Ann Arbor train 52 in mid-1950. 

Richard J. Pedler
Ann Arbor 4-4-2 steam locomotive with passenger train.
Ann Arbor 4-4-2 steam locomotive with passenger train.

Train 52 at Ann Arbor  


The engineer of Atlantic 1614 returns to his engine during train 52’s stop at Ann Arbor on June 23, 1948.  

Elmer Treloar
Ann Arbor 4-4-2 steam locomotive with passenger train.
Ann Arbor 4-6-0 steam locomotive with passenger train .

Train 52 at Owosso  


Ann Arbor 4-6-0 121 departs Owosso with train 52 in 1939. 

Robert A. Hadley
Ann Arbor 4-6-0 steam locomotive with passenger train .
Ann Arbor 4-4-2 steam locomotive with passenger train at station.

Train 52 at Howell  


Here’s train 52 again, this time at Howell, powered by 4-4-2 1614 on August 10, 1948.  

Elmer Treloar
Ann Arbor 4-4-2 steam locomotive with passenger train at station.
Ann Arbor 4-6-2 steam locomotive with passenger train at station.

Train 51 at Howell 


Ann Arbor 4-6-2 151 is in charge of Toledo–Frankford train 51 at Howell in an undated photo.  

Elmer Treloar
Ann Arbor 4-6-2 steam locomotive with passenger train at station.

 

Ann Arbor Railroad photographs are among the tens of thousands housed in the David P. Morgan Library at Kalmbach Media.

This week’s selection highlights the short and fairly short distance passenger trains that zipped across the Ann Arbor’s lines.

Please enjoy this gallery, only from Classic Trains!

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