Somewhere in Iran. An American engine transporting allied aid for Russia, stopping at a station rimmed by mountains.
An American locomotive with an American soldier crew hauling freight to Russia somewhere in Iran.
American and British railroad crews who are taking supplies for Russia. Somewhere in Iran.
American, Russian and English engineers in the cab of an engine. Each of them has done his part in hurrying supplies enroute to Russia along a railroad in Iran.
An American engine pulling a great load of supplies for Russia along a mountain- rimmed plateau somewhere in Iran.
American and British soldier trainmen standing about at a station on the route for supplies to Russia. An American engine is seen at the head of the train at left, somewhere in Iran.
An American soldier engineer climbing into the cab of his train. An engineer in private life, he is happy at the chance to push supplies in the aid to Russia drive. Somewhere in Iran.
An American Sergeant railroader lighting the cigarette of two Russian railroad engineers as they stand before a German-made engine being used to haul supplies for a Russian railway. Sign on the engine shows that it was built at the Krupp works in Essen. Somewhere in Iran.
Somewhere in Iran. Jack Tchernawitz, a Russian-born United States Army Major of New York, New York, wearing his parka at a delivery point of American supplies to Russia. Major Tchernawitz is the Russian-speaking liason officer of the United States Army forces here.
Mountainous route of trains carrying supplies to Russia. An American engine with an American crew is going along a gorge through the ever-winding route somewhere in Iran.
Route of the Iranian state railway train (right) heads into a tunnel. Notice the several tunnel entrances shown in this photo.
Photographer: Nick ParrinoSource: The Library of Congress - American Memory