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The Falcon's Adventure, Movie, 1946 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Les Aventures du Faucon (France)

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stronghold EN

2006-03-19 09:17

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..Great looking train.!!

sixcyl FR

2006-03-19 11:54

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nice pictures Steve.. and this aerodynamic steaming railway machine is amazing!.. a beauty :love:

wrenchhead US

2006-03-19 23:45

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It is pretty, looks very similar to the N&W J Class engine that I used to watch as a kid.

Explorer4x4

2006-07-25 03:21

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I lvoe that train! It is from the Pennylvania Railroad, and I don't think it is a J Class (but very close) or it might be the picture. Whatever it is, it is very similar to this. It may be a Pennsy streamlined Hudson.

Explorer4x4

2006-07-26 02:31

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Just remembered! The steam engine is a Pennsylvania Railroad-exclusive, Raymond Loewy-designed streamlined (and torpedo inspired) K4 steam engine. they were intorduced in 1936, and were popular (not as much as the infamous GG1 electrics, 4-4-4-4 Duples engines or the later F7A and C-Liner diesels) but their hard to work with style caused their demise (that, and electric and diesel engines, and rival trains like NYC's Hudsons and Milwaukee Road's Hiawathas).

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