The economy had crashed. The nation was still recovering from World War I, and World War II was on the way. How did the railroad industry manage to make it through the Great Depression?
WHAT'S INSIDE: AMERICAN HISTORY
- Colonial Life
- Revolutionary War
- Civil War
- The West
- Early 1900s
- Post WW II
- Modern Era
- History by State
On August 15, 16 and 17, 1969, just a month after the famous moon landing of Apollo 11, nearly 500,000 people attended the Woodstock music festival.
Famous locomotives, such as the John Bull locomotive, have helped shape the history of American railroads. These trains are well-known to many railroad historians. Learn more about some famous locomotives.