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LOGOS           and           NO   GOS


LIRR   LOGO   ON   CAB   OF   ENGINE   111   CIRCA   1888  -  1890
AND   THANKS   TO   DAVE   KELLER
UNIFORM   BUTTONS   FROM   THE   SAME   PERIOD

   


KEYSTONES


FROM   RAILROAD   GAZETTE   VOL   40   JAN   26   1906

The L.I.R.R. Recently ordered two new ferryboats from Harlan & Hollingsworth Co. Wilmington, Del., "Babylon" and "Wyandotte".

"The Long Island has recently adopted the Keystone of the Pennsylvania as an emblem for its stacks. The stacks of the new
boats will be decorated with a keystone on a blue field with a white border with the words Long Island in white letters across the face."



EARLIEST  KNOWN  USE  OF  KEYSTONE  BY  LONG  ISLAND  RAIL  ROAD
JULY 1910 LONG ISLAND CITY FERRY TERMINAL


TWO   SMOKESTACKS   WITH   KEYSTONES


MONTAUK   STEAMBOAT   COMPANY'S   "SAGAMORE"




"a keystone on a blue field with a white border with the words Long Island in white letters across the face."

THANKS   TO   DAVE   KELLER   FOR   THIS   1914 PASS




UNUSUAL  L  I  R  R  LETTERING  ON  1925  PASS   KEYSTONE


ON   LOCOMOTIVES
 

AND   ON   UNIFORMS

 

GREATLY ENLARGED SLIDE OF VALLEY STREAM WITH TWIN KEYSTONES
WHICH WERE REMOVED UNDER MTA CONTROL.




BOB STURM GOT A CLOSE-UP AT LYNBROOK


ISLIP STATION WAS REMODELED WITH QUADRUPLE KEYSTONES


"SUNRISE   SPECIAL"   KEYSTONE   ON   THE   TENDER   OF   G5s   NUMBER   21


AFTER BANKRUPTCY AND A BREAK WITH THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
THE KEYSTONE WAS RELACED WITH THIS MAP LOGO AND THE "CIRCLE LI".




THE  "GABRESKI  KEYSTONE"  ON  ENGINE  619  -  A  NO  GO
 

"SUNRISE  SPECIAL"  KEYSTONE  1926  -  1931  and  1982  KEYSTONE  LOGO.
 

1975  RETURN  OF  THE  KEYSTONE  -  BY  GEORGE!


INSTRUCTION  CAR  I10  APRIL  18,  1982
 



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