On verso: 'New P.R.R. Bridge over Schuylkill River, Fairmount Park, This bridge has just been completed, being over twice the width of the old bridge. Over it pass all the P.R.R. New York trains and all P.R.R. through trains from New York to the West and South.'
Address: 225 South Canal Street; On verso: 'The Union Station, located on Canal Street between Adams and Jackson in downtown Chicago, is used by the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy; Chicago and Alton; Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Pa.'
Mary Jayne's Railroad Specialities, Inc. (publisher)
On verso: 'Electric Locomotive Number 4879, a GG-1, at the headend of a crack passenger train ready to depart Pennsylvania Station, New York. These locomotives powered many of the Pennsy's passenger and freight trains beginning in the '30's, then saw service for the entire duration of Penn Central and now are being used by Amtrak and Conrail.'