ENGINE 119. "Elizabeth" Built for Houston & Texas Central Railroad in April 1892 by the Cooke Locomotive & Machine Company, Patterson, New Jersey. When Doc Holliday left Georgia, he arrived in Dallas, Texas in September, 1873 aboard the Houston & Texas Central Railroad.

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Comments (196)

José Carlos Farina on May 5, 2010

vERY LIKE

MaryAlice on May 9, 2010

Greetings, Jose, and thank you very much for your kind words. I'm so happy that you enjoyed this beautiful locomotive.

Thank you again!

Mary Alice

Günter Mosler on July 5, 2010

Hello MaryAlice, a fantastic old-engine - an interestig museum object. Wonderful photo !!

Greertings from Germany Günter

MaryAlice on July 6, 2010

Greetings, Gunter, and thank you so much for your enthusiasm! Indeed, it is a fantastic old engine, and I'm delighted that I could share it with you.

Thank you again so much for your kind words.

Very best regards from the United States, Mary Alice

tamask on August 11, 2010

I love old locomotives, this is a great picture of this historic piece of technology.

Regards, Tamas

MaryAlice on August 14, 2010

Tamask, thank you for your enthusiastic appreciation of this fine piece of machinery! I love locomotives too! :) It's so nice to hear from you once again, and thank you for visiting my humble gallery. :) Very best regards from the USA,

Mary Alice

grregu on August 22, 2010

Wonderful photo:) grregu

Mariusz Banaszczyk on August 22, 2010

Super maszyna !

MaryAlice on August 24, 2010

Grregu and Mariusz, thank you both so much for enjoying this splendid locomotive. I am so happy to be able to share it with you here.

Thank you again for your kind words.

Best regards from the USA,

Mary Alice

TonyWalker Studio4t1 on August 24, 2010

ENGINE 119 is very nice Loco. LIKE. Well worth restoring especially as petroleum prices are spiraling out of control. Tone.

MaryAlice on September 3, 2010

Greetings, TONE, and thank you for your visit. Yes indeed, Engine 119 is quite a gem, isn't she? Her chances for restoration aren't looking too swell right now, but I'll let you know if things change in the near future.

Thank you so much for visiting, and for your appreciation of this fine locomotive.

All the best from the USA,

Mary Alice

ELMUNT on September 14, 2010

Very beautiful landscape, wonderful composition, colours and reflections. Great shot! regards from Spain

MaryAlice on September 14, 2010

Greetings, Elmuntnewton, and thank you so much for your many kind words. I'm delighted that you enjoyed this neat old locomotive.

Friendly greetings to you from the USA,

Mary Alice

steelaxe on February 16, 2011

Like!

MaryAlice on February 17, 2011

Thank you so much for the LIKE vote, Steelaxe! I'm delighted that you enjoyed this beauty!

Best regards,

Mary Alice

MaryAlice on April 15, 2011

Greetings, Dominique, and thank you so much for your very kind words. I am delighted that you've enjoyed my gallery, and I am honored to be amongst your favorites. Thank you again. Most sincerely,

Mary Alice

Konstantin Khrapko on June 19, 2011

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MaryAlice on June 21, 2011

Thank you, Konstantin! :) M.A.A.

Matt_K on July 20, 2011

Beautiful photo MaryAlice! I see you've got some great shots of old railroads. I found your photo while using Google maps to trace the route of what I now know is the former "M" line. With Google Maps & Street View I've been able to explore abandoned lines from home. This was the first time I ran across a steam locomotive sitting in a field. lol

I live down in Columbus, GA, but I once lived in the UK for over a year. It's obvious you love trains as much as I do, so you should add Britain's National Railway Museum in York to your list of must-sees. It'll blow your mind. :) http://www.nrm.org.uk/

Morteza Saeedi on October 12, 2011

Very Nice historic shut, Like&Fav., Best wishes, Morteza from Iran

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