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HAWAIIAN RAILWAY ALBUM VOL 3 PLANTATION RAILWAYS OF OAHU Gale Treiber 72 pages softcover

This is a rare collection of 105 photos covering seven railway systems in Oahu during World War II. The vintage scenes in this Volume include steam locomotives, rolling stock, right-of-ways, engine facilities and much more. The book features the railway systems of the Honolulu Plantation Co., Oahu Sugar Co., Ewa Plantation Co., Waianae Sugar Co., Waialua Agricultural Co., Kahuku Plantation Co., and the Waimanalo Sugar Co. There are also seven rosters and two full-page maps showing the railroads on Oahu in the 1940's. Hotel1

$ 22.50
HAWAIIAN RAILWAY ALBUM VOL 4 - PLANTATION RAILWAYS OF KAUAI AND THE REMAINING ISLANDS Gale Treiber 64 pages softcover

This includes 73 photos, featuring plantation railroads on Kauai, Maui and the Big Island of Hawaii, plus 19 rosters, a detailed map of Kauai and photos from Victor Norton's return home after the War. Photographs include the Port of Nawiliwili, Ahukini wharf, loading operations out in the field, cane flumes, sugar mills, rare diesels and lots of steam! Hotel1

$ 20.50
HEDLEY-DOYLE STEPLESS STREETCAR 80 YEARS AHEAD OF ITS TIME Henry Elsner 78 pages softcover

This is a look at the Hedley Doyle Stepless Streetcars. Includes prototypes for the New York Railways, Perth Australia and more, production models, usage and more. Includes many photos and drawings. Hotel1

$ 20.75
HURRICANE AGNES GREAT FLOODS OF READING AND BERKS COUNTY Benjamin Bernhart 64 pages softcover

This is a look at Hurricane Agnes in 1972 and the floods that hit Reading and Berks County. Hotel1

$ 9.50
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD 1854-1960 PHOTO ARCHIVE Kim Tschudy 128 pages softcover

Founded in 1851, the Illinois Central was the first land grant railroad in the United States. Its unique north-south route handled 30 percent of all war material, supplies, and troops to Civil War battlegrounds in the South. This book features the locomotives, depots, and memorabilia of the "Mainline of Mid-America", dating from 1875 to 1970. Enjoy this well-illustrated account of a railroad immortalized in song and story. Indigo1

$ 27.75
KATY DIESELS TO THE GULF J. Parker Lamb 108 pages softcover

Crisscrossing the South, the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad, or "the Katy" as it was known, was rejuvenated during the late 1960s. This exceptional photographic record features the new and upgraded diesel locomotives of the Katy, including the F3s, F7s, GP7s and FA1s from the 1950s, new GP40s and GP38s from the 1960s and the massive SD40-2s and GP39-2s from the 1970s and '80s. Kilo1

$ 36.75
LIFE AND TIMES OF A LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEER Charles Steffes 312 pages softcover

Charles Steffes was born in 1916 with a natural curiosity and zest for life that fills the pages of this book. The autobiography of his life while working for the Southern Pacific Railroad in California from 1937 until his retirement in 1976 provides insight and an often humorous look into the railroad transition period from small steam locomotives to the giant, powerful articulateds, and the early diesel engines. Lima1 "

$ 19.50
LIGHT RAIL TRANSIT ON THE WEST COAST Harre Demoro and John Harder 96 pages softcover

This is a look at the development of light rail transit in San Francisco, San Diego, Portland (OR), Sacramento, San Jose, and Los Angeles. many Photos. Lima1

$ 13.50
LOCOMOTIVES OF THE UPPER MIDWEST PHOTO ARCHIVE DIESEL POWER IN THE 60S & 70S Marvin Neilsen 128 pages softcover.

Marvin Nielsen presents a personal look at diesel locomotives at work in the Upper Midwest in the 1960s and 1970s with a handpicked selection of his finest photographs. Featured are various makes and models of diesels used by the Soo Line, Chicago & North Western, Burlington Northern, Milwaukee Road, Wisconsin Central, Green Bay & Western and other railroads operating in the Upper Midwest. Lima1 "

$ 27.75
LORDS OF THE LINE - CANADIAN PACIFIC David Cruise and Alison Griffiths 486 pages hardcover

This is the story of the men who combined foresight, power and wealth to create Canada's greatest institution -the Canadian Pacific Railroad and through it help shape a nation. Lima1

$ 27.75
MAINLINE STEAM REVIVAL Ron Ziel 208 pages hardcover

This is a look at mainline steam after 1960. This looks at the last veterans of steam in use by the Duluth Missabi & Iron Range, Reading, Burlington Route and Union Pacific, as well as locomotives that were restored and returned to excursion service including engines from the Santa Fe, C&O, Cotton Belt, Clinchfield, C&NW, Florida East Coast, Frisco and more. Motor1

$ 22.00
MAYWOOD THE BOROUGH, THE RAILROAD AND THE STATION Edward Kaminski 128 pages softcover Arcadia

Originally settled by Dutch farmers in the 1600s, the borough of Maywood experienced population and industrial growth in the late 1800s with the coming of the railroad. New Jersey Midland Railway, predecessor to the New York, Susquehanna and Western Railroad, arrived in 1872, a time when Maywood consisted mainly of farmland. Maywood was incorporated in 1894, when the railroad expanded into the Pennsylvania coalfields. The railroad provided the means for transportation of people, goods, and services, and Maywood grew measurably with it into the 20th century. Today the borough has developed into a suburb of such iconic cities as New York City, Paterson, Passaic, and Hackensack, while still retaining its character and charm. Motor1

$ 21.50
MERGING LINES AMERICAN RAILROADS 1900-1970 Richard Sanders Jr 506 pages hardcover

Why did American railroads decline from the glory days of the early twentieth century? Why did so many railroad mergers in the 1950s and 1960s, intended as a panacea for the ills of an outdated system, go sour and, in fact, make a bad situation worse? Saunders addresses these and many other issues in this authoritative history of U.S. railroads and their corporate mergers.Beginning with a wide-ranging analysis of the role of railroads in the economic and social fabric of American life, Saunders traces the causes and results of the twentieth century's "merger mania." Mergers, he explains, were expected to save money, to improve service to customers, and to help railroads compete against other modes of transportation, such as the growing airline and trucking industries. Saunders then gives colorful, richly detailed accounts of the mergers and shows the reasons—including corporate greed and the inept blundering of government regulatory agencies—the outcomes fell far short of expectations.Merging Lines explores the impact of shifting political control of railroads as no history has done before. The fates of both workers and railroad companies were dictated by the rise and fall of business and governmental leaders, including Bill Brosnan, Robert R. Young, Alfred Perlman, President John F. Kennedy, and President Lyndon B. Johnson. As power struggles erupted, the original goals of the mergers were thwarted by consumer frustration, violent labor strikes, and organizational collapse. Saunders explores these and other crucial developments in this extensive work, carefully designed for railroad historians and enthusiasts at any level.Encyclopedic in its scope, Merging Lines includes sixty-eight maps, a list of court cases involving railroad mergers, and a wealth of information on American railroads from coast to coast. An extensively revised, updated, and supplemented edition of Saunders's earlier classic, The Railroad Mergers and the Coming of Conrail (1978), it is essential reading for all who are interested in railroad and transportation history.

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$ 30.00
METEOR - ST LOUIS, TULSA, OKLAHOMA CITY softcover

This is a look at the Frisco's Meteor passenger train. Motor1

$ 38.75
MICHIGAN RAIL DISASTERS 1900-1940 HARDCOVER Mark Worrall and Benjamin Bernhart 146 pages hardcover

This is the story of rail disasters throughout the state of Michigan during the first four decades of the Twentieth Century. Extensive in nature, this publication provides an excellent exploration of the many hazards of rail travel, at a time where employees and passengers often put their own lives at risk. During this time interval, numerous innovations made rail travel safer and the number of deaths and injuries were drastically reduced. Wooden rail cars were replaced with cars of steel construction. Automatic block signals, along with automated train stop devices, were developed. Yet, as you will learn, the majority of rail disasters occurred not by outdated or faulty equipment, but by humar error. Motor1

$ 27.75
MICHIGAN RAIL DISASTERS 1900-1940 SOFTCOVER Mark Worrall and Benjamin Bernhart 146 pages Softcover

This is the story of rail disasters throughout the state of Michigan during the first four decades of the Twentieth Century. Extensive in nature, this publication provides an excellent exploration of the many hazards of rail travel, at a time where employees and passengers often put their own lives at risk. During this time interval, numerous innovations made rail travel safer and the number of deaths and injuries were drastically reduced. Wooden rail cars were replaced with cars of steel construction. Automatic block signals, along with automated train stop devices, were developed. Yet, as you will learn, the majority of rail disasters occurred not by outdated or faulty equipment, but by humar error. Motor1

$ 19.50
MILWAUKEE ROAD 1850-1960 PHOTO ARCHIVE P.A. LeTourneau 128 pages softcover

From its beginning as a regional railroad to its halcyon years as the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul, and Pacific, a photographic collection of Milwaukee Road engines, rolling stock, workers, depots, rail and tunnel construction, and more. Includes steam, electric, and diesel engines from 1850 to 1960. Motor1

$ 27.75
MINNESOTA-ONTARIO IRON ORE RAILROADS Patrick Dorin 112 pages softcover

All new book encompassing history, iron ore operations, equipment & locomotives of DM&IR, BN, Soo, CN, North Shore Mining and LTV. Together with the companion volume, Michigan-Ontario Iron Ore Railroads, a great treatment of iron ore haulage around Lake Superior. Over 175 photos. Motor1

$ 20.50
MISSOURI PACIFIC LINES - FREIGHT TRAIN SERVICE Patrick Dorin 144 pages hardcover

Overview history of MoPac's freight service in late transition years from steam to diesel, and down to the absorption into the Unio Pacific system. Mechanical diagrams of steam and diesel locomotives. Over 200 photos. Motor1

$ 27.50
MONORAILS - TRAINS OF THE FUTURE - NOW ARRIVING Kim Pederson 248 pages hardcover

hen many people hear the word MONORAIL, a theme park ride may come to mind, or even a silly cartoon. Despite those perceptions, each day monorails safely and efficiently carry hundreds of thousands of passengers in non-entertainment transit applications. 'Monorails: Trains of the Future-Now Arriving' delves into the topic, more than any other book has to date. This book begins with a primer on what monorail is, along with some compelling advantages. Monorail's rich and long history is next, along with a chapter of amazing monorails that were once proposed or planned, yet never built. The heart of the book follows with an eye-opening, two-chapter list of the world's transit monorails. Gorgeous color photography captures monorail in a wide variety of environments, along with descriptions and data. The book ends with chapters on how monorail is constructed, the monorailists that promote them, and speculations on the future of monorail.

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$ 36.75
MORRIS COUNTY TRACTION COMPANY Larry Lowenthal & William Greenberg Jr 136 pages softcover

THRIVING prosperous communities in Morris and Union Counties, New Jersey, presented an attractive target during the trolley mania that swept America early in the 20th Century. Backed by prominent individuals in the area, the Morris County Traction Co. was formed to serve this population. Its first trolley car rumbled through Dover on a glorious day in 1904, but after that it took more than ten years to complete the system. Eventually, the company operated about 50 miles of lines, extending from Lake Hopatcong and Boonton through Dover, Morristown, Summit and other communities to Union and Maplewood, with connections to Elizabeth and Newark. The mature MCT was typical of the entire electric railway industry: it strove to provide good, dependable service, but soon found itself engaged in an endless battle to survive against a multitude of threats. Although its cars transported over seven million passengers a year-workers, shoppers, school children and postmen-it was finally worn down by industry-wide problems and the proliferation of automobiles and gave up the struggle in 1928. The failure of the MCT provides a vivid example of how events of the 1920s wiped out an enormous investment in electric railways and shaped the transportation system and the human landscape we see today. Motor1

$ 27.75
NASHVILLE CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS- DIXIE LINE-SCHULT Dain Schult 272 pages hardcover

This is a history of the Nashville, Chattanooga & St Louis from it's formation to it's merger with the Louisville & Nashville. Well illustrated. November1

$ 36.75
NEW HAVEN RAILROAD ALONG THE SHORE LINE Martin McGurk 128 pages softcover

Features action shots of steam, electric, and diesel-powered trains between Boston and New York. Timeless photos capture the eclectic paint schemes of the '40s and '50s as well as historic landmarks in New York City and Boston. November1

$ 18.50
NEW LONDON COUNTY (CT) TROLLEYS Connecticut Motor Coach Museum 128 pages softcover Arcadia

Railroads were instrumental to the growth of industry in America. Streetcar systems branched off from railroad lines, extending transportation to urban and rural areas not otherwise accessible. The expansion of the trolley system in New London County also revitalized industry in the area. By the 1860s, the number of farms in Connecticut had begun to decline, and the need for reliable, reasonable transportation to towns and cities increased. The Norwich Horse Railroad, incorporated in 1864, was followed by various other trolley companies, including the Norwich Street Railway Company, the New London Horse Railroad, the New London Street Railway, and the Montville Horse Railway. Trolley transportation was finally electrified in 1889, fueling the expansion of trolley networks in Norwich and New London. The increase in trolley service allowed the textile industry to grow by expanding access to a sufficient workforce. The system also worked in reverse, enabling city dwellers to escape to the country for outings. November1

$ 19.50
NEW YORK CENTRAL FREIGHT CAR FOLIO DIAGRAMS OF THE NYC RR 1938 REVISED 1944 78 pages Softcover

This book reproduces drawings of New York Central Freight cars from 1938. Included are box cars, flat cars, gondolas, container cars, hoppers and stock cars.

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$ 29.50
NEW YORK CENTRAL POWER ALONG THE HUDSON VOL 2 Ed May and Richard Stoving 48 pages softcover

In this volume witness the parade of Niagaras, Pacifics, Mohawks and even streamlined Hudsons and diesels storming up and down the east shore of the Hudson River. November1

$ 18.50
NEW YORK CENTRAL STEAM & ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVE FOLIO DIAGRAMS 1926 REV 1930 126 pages Softcover

This book reproduces drawings of New York Central steam & electric locomotives from 1930. Included are switchers, American Types, Forneys, Moguls, Ten Wheelers, Consolidations, Mikados, Atlantics, Prairies, Pacifics, Mohawks, Mallets and electric locomotives.

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$ 34.50
NEW YORK RAILWAYS - GREEN LINE 64 Pages softcover

This is a look at the New York Railway from it's inception to it's transformation into bus routes. Includes a look at the 8th, 14th, 23rd, 34th, 86th, 116th st crosstown routes, lesington& Lenox, Madison & 4th, Columbus & Lenox, 6th, 7th, Broadway, and 8th & 9th St Uptown/downtown routes. Also includes a look at the Car barns, shops and yards, non revenue equipment, and cars. Many photos and drawings. November1 "

$ 19.50
NEXT STATION WILL BE VOL 10 ERIE MARION DIVISION MARION, OH TO CHICAGO softcover

This is a look at the stations along the Erie's Marion Division from Marion, Ohio to Chicago in 1910. November1

$ 10.00
NEXT STATION WILL BE VOL 11 ERIE BRANCHES FROM JERSEY CITY, NJ TO ROCHESTER, NY 88 pages softcover

This is a look at the stations along Several of the Erie's branch lines between Jersey City, NJ and Rochester, NY. Included are the Newark Branch, Newburgh Branch, Montgomery Branch, Pine Island Branch, Pine Bush Branch, Tioga Division and Rochester Division. November1

$ 10.00
NEXT STATION WILL BE VOL 12 ERIE BRANCHES BETWEEN MEADVILLE, PA & MARION, OH Softcover

This is a look at the stations along Several of the Erie's branch lines between Meadville, PA and Marion, OH. Includes the Dayton Branch and the Mahoning Division. November1

$ 10.00
NEXT STATION WILL BE VOL 13 ERIE BUFFALO DIVISION, BRADFORD DIVISION, DUNKIRK BRANCH 61 pages Softcover

This is a look at the stations along the Buffalo Division, Bradford Division and Dunkirk Branch. November1

$ 10.00
NIAGARA BY RAIL VOL 1 Peter Jehrio softcover

This is a look at the railroads in the niagara falls region. Includes Buffalo, the southern tier, the New York Central, Conrail, Nickel Plate, Lehigh valley, Amtrak, Penn Central, Lockport, Erie Lackawanna, Buffalo Creek, Canadian Pacific and more. many photos, some in color. November1

$ 6.50
NIAGARA BY RAIL VOL 2 Peter Jehrio softcover

This is a look at the railroads in the niagara falls region. Includes Buffalo, the southern tier, the New York Central, Conrail, Nickel Plate, Lehigh valley, Amtrak, Penn Central, Lockport, Erie Lackawanna, Buffalo Creek, Canadian Pacific and more. many photos, some in color. November1

$ 7.50
NIAGARA BY RAIL VOL 3 Peter Jehrio softcover

This is a look at the railroads in the niagara falls region. Includes Buffalo, the southern tier, the New York Central, Conrail, Nickel Plate, Lehigh valley, Amtrak, Penn Central, Lockport, Erie Lackawanna, Buffalo Creek, Canadian Pacific and more. many photos, some in color. November1

$ 7.50
NICKEL PLATE ROAD DIESEL LOCOMOTIVES Kevin Holland 124 pages Hardcover

This is a look at the diesel locomotives of the Nickel Plate. Includes a look at the Nickel Plates Dieselization, the BL1, yard switchers, road switchers, PA1 Passenger engines, a painting and lettering guide and more. Many photos, a few in color.

November1

$ 25.00
NORFOLK & WESTERN HANDBOOK 120 pages softcover

This book contains drawings and photographs for steam locomotives, tenders, coal cars, freight cars, cabooses, passenger cars, non-revenue equipment, stations and structures. November1

$ 10.00
NORFOLK & WESTERN RAILWAY -CONNELLSVILLE DISTRICT Gene Schaeffer 144 pages hardcover

This is a photographic look at Norfolk & Western operations on the former Pittsburgh & West Virginia. This Connellsville District book will cover the timeline from 1979 through 1990. The Connellsville District is actually the former Pittsburgh & West Virginia Railway that the N&W operated between 1964 and 1990. November1

$ 45.50
NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILWAY COLOR HISTORY Rich Borkowski 160 pages hardcover

With a quarter of a century behind it, Norfolk Southern is one of the oldest Class 1 railroads operating in North America. This illustrated history tells how Norfolk Southern came to be what it is today, from the merger of two of American railroadings most legendary roads-- Southern Railway and Norfolk and Western--through its rise to the heights of the worlds leading transportation companies. After a concise history of the roads that became Norfolk Southern, author Richard Borkowski explores the railroads corporate history and operating structure and details the specific operations that go into the lines customer-oriented approach, including its vast intermodal network. Along with each of Norfolk Southerns 11 operating divisions, this book offers a close look at NS motive power, a wealth of color photographs, and a specially commissioned system map. November1

$ 34.00
NORTH AMERICAN STEAM LOCOMOTIVE BUILDERS Harold Davies hardcover

This book includes brief histories for all of the major and minor steam locomotives builders in the US and Canada. The book also includes a small section on builders plates. November1

$ 40.75
NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR Rob Langham 208 pages softcover

The North Eastern Railway underwent extreme change after the outbreak of war in August 1914. Within months, the company raised its own battalion of men and was the only railway company to do so. The NER also set to work adapting to the changes and requirements the war would bring. Not only would there be a drop in regular passenger traffic levels and increase in freight, transporting both war material and troops, but the workshops formerly used to build locomotives were turned over to making weapons of war. In December 1914, the railway came under attack from the Imperial German Navy, causing damage to the NER's infrastructure and killing several of its men. As the war went on, locomotives and rolling stock were sent to France to help with the enormous logistics required for operations on the Western Front. The planned opening of an electrified railway line for freight went ahead with a brand new fleet of powerful electric locomotives, adding to the company's portfolio of electrification with the electrified Tyneside passenger line and Newcastle Quayside. NER land was used to build an enormous munitions factory at Darlington and the unprecedented use of women in the work place meant traditionally male-only roles were increasingly seeing women take over and freeing men for military service. Overseas, men of the NER that joined the forces served with honor, but many were not to come home. The North Eastern Railway in the First World War tells the story of one railway's war, of how it continued to operate and adapt, and the men and women who served with the company or left to fight for the country's freedom. November1

$ 24.75
OTTAWA STREETCARS Bill McKeown 256 pages hardcover

This book details the history of the Ottawa Electric Railway, its predecessors, and the Ottawa Transportation Commission, all forerunners of today's OC Transpo.Over 300 photos. Oscar1

$ 50.50
OTTAWA TROLLEYS Benjamin Bernhart 32 pages softcover

Sunday streetcar service, with the exception of the Britannia route, was replaced by buses on July 14th, 1957. On September 1, 1957, bus service was extended to Saturdays and Sundays, including the Britannia route. Weekend streetcar service was resumed on November 23, 1957, only to keep the overhead wire and track free of ice during the harsh Canadian winter. Weekend streetcar service was once again suspended on April 12, 1958. The age of the Ottawa streetcar was quickly coming to an end. During the 1958 Central Canada Exhibition, August 22-30, 1958, the streetcar system moved thousands of fairgoers on scheduled and extra runs. The aging and decaying streetcar system was put to the test. This truly was the Ottawa streetcar "Last Great Stand". All of the illustrations within this publication were taken on August 27 & 28, 1958 by a Baltimore, Maryland tourist who traveled to Ottawa for the exhibition. He captured this last stand on high quality Kodak film, Those images are presented in this publication for your enjoyment. Less then 5 months after the 1958 exhibition ended, abandonment of Ottawa streetcar routes began with the last revenue run occurring on May 1, 1959. Oscar1

$ 16.50
PACIFIC COAST COMMUTER RAILROADS FROM SAN DIEGO TO ANCHORAGE Patrick Dorin 112 pages softcover

Commuter railroads represent a new era for rail passenger services in North America. This book covers all of the new routes in operation or in the planning stage from San Diego to Anchorage. The West Coast metropolitan areas have recognized the fact that rail passenger service is the only energy solution to pollution and congestion, as well as improving home life and productivity at work. Take a ride on the Coaster in San Diego, MetroLink in Los Angeles, Amtraks Surfliner Rail to Rail in Southern California, San Franciscos Caltrain, the Altamont Commuter Express between San Jose and Stockton, Amtraks Capitol Corridor between San Jose and Sacramento, the Sounder in Seattle and the West Coast Express in Vancouver. New Tri-Met service in Portland is scheduled to start in September, 2008; and there are visions for service in Anchorage, Alaska. Rail fans, modelers, transportation planners, and folks living in the new rail service areas can use this book for travel, transit planning, modeling and new levels of knowledge about passenger rail service. Papa1

$ 27.50
PACIFIC NORTHWEST RAILROADS OF MCGEE AND NIXON 262 pages hardcover

This is a look at railroads in the Pacific Northwest. Includes the Milwaukee Road, Great Northern, Northern Pacific, Spokane Portland & Seattle, Union Pacific, Butte Anaconda & Pacific and Spokane International Railroad. Many photos, a few in color. Papa1

$ 55.75
PASSENGER CARS #2 STREAMLINE CARS Hal Carstens 118 pages softcover

Our second passenger car volume, is loaded with plans and photos of streamlined lightweight coaches, combines, baggage and mail cars, lounge cars, cafe and dining cars. Many of these cars were later operated by Amtrak while others went to Auto-Train, the Susquehanna, Algoma Central, Sierra RR, Alaska Railroad and other roads. Papa1

$ 30.50
"PASSENGER CARS #3 SOLARIUMS, SLEEPERS, INSPECTION CARS" Hal Carstens 123 pages softcover

This volume is dedicated to documenting the develoment of lightweight streamlined extra-fare accomodation and special purpose passenger carsin operation during the post-war 'Golden Age' of rail travel until the twilight of independent railroad passenger service. Spanning the years from 1936 when the first lightweight sleepers were introduced until the inauguration of Amtrak, this collection of photographs, plans and commentary covers the period of rail travel when 'half the fun of going was getting there'. Over 120 photographs. Papa1

$ 30.50
PENNSYLVANIA BY RAIL VOL 1 Peter Jehrio 24 pages softcover

This is a look at Railroads in Pennsylvania. Includes steam, electric and diesel locos from the reading, PRR, conrail, MA & Pa, Erie Lackawanna, shortlines and more. Includes many photos, a few in color. Papa1

$ 7.50
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD IN JERSEY CITY Charles Caldes 64 pages hardcover

The Pennsylvania Railroad was a major presence in Jersey City for a hundred years. Being the Standard Railroad of the World it did everything first rate, including its facilities on the Hudson River. The PRR ran passenger and freight consists up to the waters edge via twin elevated lines that intersected Jersey City. These structures will always be embedded in the memories of all who lived or worked near them. The sound of approaching trains filled the air all day and night as the Pennsylvania Railroad moved its cargo. Up to the 1960s the PRR was a big part of what made Jersey City so unique.

Papa1

$ 19.50
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD PASSENGER TRAIN CONSISTS & CARS 1952 VOL 1 EAST-WEST TRAINS Harry Steigmaier 112 pages hardcover

This book uses the contents of the official 1952 Pennsylvania RR passenger train consist book detailing the make-up of its east-west trains. The author supplements this data with a general introduction about PRR service of the period, and introduces each train with a description of its make-up, service, and cars used. 180 photos. Papa1

$ 36.50

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