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Mercury was the name used by the New York Central Railroad for a family of daytime streamliner passenger trains operating between midwestern cities. The Mercury train sets were designed by the noted industrial designer Henry Dreyfuss, and are considered a prime example of Art Deco design. The success of the Mercury led to Dreyfuss getting the commission for the 1938 redesign of the NYC’s flagship, the 20th Century Limited, perhaps the most famous train in America.

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One North LaSalle Building, Chicago by dct66, via Flickr art deco

art deco train : K4S Locomotive, 1936, for Pennsylvania Railroad

Lehigh Valley streamlined 4-6-2 #2102 in Allentown., Pa.

Carbide & Carbon Building (Chicago)