These photos are available thanks to the Strahorn Library and Museum Volunteer Joe Stupar's time spent scanning them.
The photo captions are taken from information written on the slides/photos and/or from research and are enhanced by a spreadsheet that contain additional information, provided via Joe Stupar. The numbers preceding the captions are simply inventory numbers and can be ignored.
Due to concerns expressed by some about rampant piracy of photos on the internet, restrictions have been placed on posting photos from the Museum's collection here. The requirements set forth state that they must be low res and watermarked. We apologize to the vast majority of our patrons who only use this site as intended, for personal enjoyment and information gathering.
1-View South of end of locomotive #S-105 on SB NSL track at Dempster St, Skokie Valley Division - No Date (NSL Photo)
3-Side view of locomotive #S-105 on SB track at Dempster St, Skokie Valley Division - No Date (NSL Photo)
4-Photo of the nearly new locomotive #S-104 (Northwestern Elevated) at Wilson shops yard. - No Date (NSL Photo)
5-Freight train lead by pups, locomotive #453 in lead, appears to be just North of Dempster St. - No Date (NSL Photo)
6-Freight train lead by pups on curve at South Upton - No Date (NSL Photo)
7-Locomotive #453 with work train (inc #2001 and gons) as steam shovel widens right of way. - No Date (NSL Photo)
8-View similar to earlier photo #5, pups led by locomotive #453 just North of Dempster St. - No Date (NSL Photo)
10-Distant view across South Upton wye of EB freight passing tower and heading for Green Bay junction with 1 pup - No Date (NSL Photo)
11-Closeup view of engineer on 3 pups - No Date (NSL Photo)
12-GE sketch of an example battery loco - No Date (NSL Photo)
13-Motorman Sam Berroug with extra train lead by locomotive #454, is loaded with ballast for new Skokie Valley line. Taken by H. Glascock, Milwaukee. May have appeared in Highball Magazine - No Date (NSL Photo)