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U.S. Car No. 1

U.S. President Trains Photographs. U.S. had the long tradition of building and using private coach railroad cars adjusted for or specifically designed for the president of the United States.
President Roosevelt speaking from train. Bismarck, North Dakota
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Engine W. H. Whiton, and President's car, Alexandria, January,1865

Photograph shows a United States Military Railroad locomotive, W.H. Whiton, and the president's rail car, later used as Lincoln's funeral car.

President's car, Alexandria

Photograph shows the president's rail car at the Alexandria station. Photograph probably taken in Jan. The car was later used as Lincoln's funeral car.

Special Train

Local Accession Number: 273..Description: Rear side view of the platform car of Wilson's special train. ..Photographer: Unknown..Source: Unknown..Size: 8x10..Medium: Print, Black and White..Date: 1919

Woodrow Wilson

Local Accession Number: 969..Description: President Woodrow Wilson with Charles M. Schwab. Schwab's autograph is in the lower right hand corner of the photograph...Photographer: Carl. T. Thoner..Source: Unknown... more

Wilson's First Term Campaign

Local Accession Number: 2207..Description: President Wilson on the campaign trail...Photographer: Unknown..Source: Unknown..Size: 8.5x11..Medium: Print, Black and White..Date: 1912?

Special Train

Local Accession Number: 271..Description: Rear view of the platform car of Wilson's special train. ..Photographer: Unknown..Source: Unknown..Size: 8x10..Medium: Print, Black and White..Date: 1919

President Wilson Greets a Woman on Speaking Tour

Local Accession Number: CTG 00033D..Description: President Wilson speaking to a woman while on his cross-country speaking tour...Photographer: Harris and Ewing..Source: Cary T. Grayson Collection..Size: 3x4..Me... more

President Wilson on Speaking Tour

Local Accession Number: CTG 00032A..Description: President Wilson speaking to a child, with Dr. Grayson looking on...Photographer: Underwood and Underwood ..Source: Cary T. Grayson Collection..Size: 6x8..Medium... more

President Wilson on Speaking Tour

Local Accession Number: CTG 00032..Description: President Wilson speaking to a gentleman, with Dr. Grayson looking on...Photographer: Underwood and Underwood ..Source: Cary T. Grayson Collection..Size: 6x8..Med... more

Wilson and King Albert in Adinkerke, Belgium

Local Accession Number: 1801..Description: President Wilson and King Albert walk alongside the train in Adinkerke...Photographer: U.S. Signal Corps..Source: Unknown..Size: 7x9..Medium: Print, Sepia..Date: 06-18-1919

Special Train

Local Accession Number: 271..Description: Rear view of the platform car of Wilson's special train. ..Photographer: Unknown..Source: Unknown..Size: 8x10..Medium: Print, Black and White..Date: 1919

The presidential party and train, between Decatur and Tuscumbia, Ala.

President McKinley with others at back of train.

President Roosevelt and Governor McMillin reviewing troops, on the site of a desperate charge, Chickamauga battlefield, Tenn.

Stereograph showing Roosevelt, Governor Benton McMillin, and others standing on a stone platform. U.S. Secret Service agents Frank Tyree (far left in light colored hat, facing the crowd) and Richard "Dick Taylo... more

"A man who is worth his salt will work" - President Roosevelt at Dunsmuir, Cal.

Stereograph showing Theodore Roosevelt speaking to crowd from the back of train car.

Temple, Texas, the town which "commanded" the President's train to stop - greeting President Roosevelt

Stereograph showing children and adults running down and around railroad tracks, some waving.

When President Theodore Roosevelt visited Panama Canal in 1906

Photograph showing President Theodore Roosevelt and his wife Edith, both dressed in white, seated on a flag draped railroad tram; others accompany the Roosevelts on their tour of the Panama Canal Zone.

Antwerp, Belgium. T. Roosevelt talking with woman on car step

Photograph shows Theodore Roosevelt talking with a woman from a train car.

Roosevelt at Eugene, Or., April 5, 1911

Photograph showing Theodore Roosevelt, with others, standing on back of railroad car, speaking to crowd.

Roosevelt at Eugene, Or., April 5, 1911

Photograph showing Theodore Roosevelt, with others, standing on back of railroad car, speaking to crowd.

The presidential train at Girdwood, Alaska

Rear view of President Harding's train.

President Roosevelt speaking from train. Bismarck, North Dakota

Photo shows U.S. Secret Service agent William "Bill" Simmons, bottom left (Source: Secret Service archivist, 2012)

Inspecting Culebra Cut

Theodore Roosevelt, standing, facing front, with wife and others, most dressed in white, on back of train, at Culebra or Gaillard Cut, Panama canal.

Away from the cares of state - President Roosevelt ready to enter Yellowstone Park

Photograph showing Roosevelt and Yellowstone's superintendent, Major John Pitcher, on horseback, with railroad cars in background.

President Roosevelt passing through the Canal Zone / photo by Fishbaugh, Empire, C.Z.

Photograph showing Theodore Roosevelt and others on the back of a train car in the Panama Canal Zone.

The Roosevelt Special at Baldwin, Kas., Aug. 31, 1910

Photograph showing Theodore Roosevelt speaking to crowd gathered at the rear of a railroad car.

The Godspeed of an American crowd to an American president, - President's special leaving Colorado Springs, Col.

Photograph showing crowd at railway station watching President Theodore Roosevelt's train depart; street lamp hangs from wire overhead.

[Engine "Nashville" of the Lincoln funeral train]

Photo shows a Cleveland, Columbus & Cincinnati Railroad engine, with a portrait of Abraham Lincoln mounted on the front. The engine was one of several used to carry Lincoln's body from Washington, D.C., to Spri... more