Location: U.S. Route 7, on the grounds of Shelburne Museum; On verso: 'The Shelburne Museum near Burlington, Vt. features many historic items of the Yankee Kingdom, including old buildings, hardware and even a full size steamboat. Here, Central Vermont 4-6-0 No. 220, built by Alco in 1915 stands by the rebuilt Shelburne station of the Rutland RR and leads the C.V. private car Grand Isle built in 1898 for Governor Smith of Vermont as a present from Dr. Wm. Seward Webb, forefather of the museum's founder.'
Address: 501 Crawford Street; On verso: 'Santa Fe 62: The bold nose of beautiful war bonnet dressed Alco PA-1 passenger locomotive on the head end of the California Special, Union Station, Houston, Texas, May 1, 1964. In 1967, No. 62 was one of four PAs sold to the Delaware and Hudson, becoming No. 18.'
Coelln, O.H., Jr. (editor) (publisher), Seymour, Robert, Jr. (editor), Kerr, Edmund (editor), Davis, Everett (contributor), Duncan, Kenneth (contributor), Jordan, Mildred (contributor), Ware, Jane (secretary), Hafela, Courtney (contributor), Bennett, Dick (contributor)