Steam locomotives are especially challenging to me but some of the most interesting were the post war steam locomotives, especially the streamlined ones for passenger service. This was the golden age of train travel when every railroad would pull out all the stops to get people to ride their trains. Milwaukee Road's fleet of streamlined Hudson locomotives were built specifically for their Hiawatha trains. They didn't just look nice but they would routinely haul long trains at 100 miles per hour. The Olympian Hiawatha operated from 1911 to it's final run in 1961 and ran between Seattle/Tacoma, Washington and Chicago. This Chicago bound train is nearing it's terminus after a long run from Seattle. I used common office ball point pens and a yellow flourescent and orange highlighter.