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Workers digging a locomotive out of snow after the Great Plains Blizzard of January 1949
Poorly managed shunting on the Western Railway Station in Budapest (built by the Eiffel Company) on 4 October 1962
Nov. 26, 1939: Oil transported by tank cars. Though oil had been shipped in the United States since the 1860s, dozens of commodities made their way around using tank cars in the 1930s. During World War II, tank cars almost exclusively shipped oil as part of the war effort.