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The Roger Williams Train Set Luggage Tag


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The Roger Williams Train Set Luggage Tag
Luggage Tag w/ leather strap
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Style: Luggage Tag w/ leather strap

Stand out in a crowd at the baggage carousel with a custom luggage tag from Zazzle! Sturdy and weatherproof, this luggage tag is ready to stand-up to the travel demands of any road warrior or adventure seeker. Printed using the AcryliPrint®HD printing process, your baggage tag shows designs, text, and photos in vibrant clarity and brilliant colors. Customize it with your information and escape bag mix ups for years to come!

  • Dimensions: 2"l x 3.5"w (standard business card size)
  • Made of ultra-durable acrylic
  • UV resistant and waterproof
  • Leather luggage strap included
  • Printed on both sides
This product is recommended for ages 13+

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The Roger Williams Train Set Luggage Tag
From www.railphotoexpress.biz The Roger Williams was a streamlined, six car, lightweight, DMU passenger train, built by the Budd Company of Philadelphia Pennsylvania in 1956 for the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad. The train was based on Budd's successful RDC DMU cars. The end two cars were equipped with streamlined locomotive style cabs and noses, resembling those on the Fairbanks-Morse P-12-42 Diesel locomotives. The four intermediate cars lacked operating controls and cabs. For operation into Grand Central Terminal, the cars were each equipped with third-rail shoes, and small traction motors, allowing them to operate into the terminal under electric power, with their engines shut down. After a short period of time in high speed service, the train was split up, and the cars were used in service with the New Haven's other RDC's. They worked for the New Haven, Penn Central, and Amtrak, until the last cars were retired in the 1980s. This Photo was taken at The Danbury Railway Museum by Stan Feldman on July 6 2002.
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