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E57B - MILWAUKEE ROAD "Bill Wilkerson 50 pages softcover

This is a look at the E57B Electric Locomotive on the Milwaukee Road. Includes the development of the E57B, electrification of the Milwaukee Road and the Little Joes. Includes some photos." Echo1

$ 18.00

This volume cover Electro-Motive's E Unit diesels from the EA to the E9. Well illustrated.

This book is out of print and in limited supply. Echo1

$ 25.00
EAST BRANCH & LINCOLN RAILROAD Erin Donovan 96 pages softcover

Built by James Everell Henry, the East Branch & Lincoln Railroad (EB&L) is considered to be the grandest and largest logging railroad operation ever built in New England. In 1892, the mountain town of Lincoln, New Hampshire, was transformed from a struggling wilderness enclave to a thriving mill town when Henry moved his logging operation from Zealand. He built houses, a company store, sawmills, and a railroad into the East Branch of the Pemigewasset River watershed to harvest virgin spruce. Despite the departure of the last EB&L log train from Lincoln Woods by 1948, the industry's cut-and-run practices forever changed the future of land conservation in the region, prompting legislation like the Weeks Act of 1911 and the Wilderness Act of 1964. Today, nearly every trail in the Pemigewasset Wilderness follows or utilizes portions of the old EB&L Railroad bed. Echo1

$ 22.50
EAST BROAD TOP RAILROAD - ARCADIA Kenneth C. Springirth 128 pages softcover Arcadia

Chartered in 1856, the East Broad Top Railroad began operating in 1873 through scenic Huntingdon County in south-central Pennsylvania. This well-managed narrow-gauge railroad connected the isolated Broad Top Mountain coal field with the Pennsylvania Railroad at Mount Union. With a decline in the hauling of coal, service ended in 1956. Nick Kovalchick, president of the Kovalchick Salvage Company of Indiana, Pennsylvania, purchased the railroad and reopened a portion of it as a tourist line in 1960. Through vintage photographs, East Broad Top Railroad showcases the steam locomotives, rolling stock, and railroad yard at Rockhill Furnace, which is the most historic railroad yard in North America. Echo1

$ 21.50

This is a look at the East Broad Top's Rockhill Furnace. Includes site maps of the furnace and shop complexe, drawings of the blacksmith shop, the foundry, roundhouse, machine shop and Saltillo Station. Echo1 "

$ 35.00
EAST BROAD TOP SLIM GAUGE SURVIVOR Deane Mellander 128 pages hardcover

This is a look at the East Broad Top. Includes a history of the line, a look at Mt Union, Orbisonia, Rockhill, Saltillo, the line through the mountains, the mines, operations, the locomotives and rolling stock. Many photos, all color. Echo1

$ 45.75
EAST TEXAS LOGGING RAILROADS Murray Hammond 128 pages softcover

When the first logging railroad was built in Jasper County in the 1870s, the virgin East Texas forest spread across a vast area the size of Indiana. That first eight-mile logging line heralded a boom era of lumbering and railroading that would last well into the 20th century. Before the era was over, thousands of miles of logging railroads would be built, and hundreds of communities would spring up along their routes. As times changed, the mills closed and nearly all of the early rail lines were abandoned, but most of the communities they helped establish survived those changes and thrive into the present day. Echo1

$ 21.50

Most of Oregon east of the Cascade Mountains is a raw and inhospitable land, largely the product of recent volcanic activity. Railroad builders constructed a couple mainlines skirting the edges of the region and some branchlines into agricultural communities, but found very little else to attract their interest. Over time, however, a small collection of interesting shortline railroads built or bought rail lines, either in conjunction with the developing timber industry in the Blue, Ochoco, and Wallowa mountains or to connect a few existing communities with the mainline that bypassed the town. This book tells the stories of these small railroads and the roles they played in the development and economies of the region; covered railroads includes the Big Creek & Telocaset; City of Prineville; Condon, Kinzua & Southern; Idaho, Northern & Pacific; Klamath Northern; Oregon & Northwestern; Oregon, California & Eastern; Oregon Eastern Division of the Wyoming/Colorado; Sumpter Valley; Union Railroad of Oregon; Wallowa Union; and others. Echo1

$ 30.75
EASTERN STEAM STEAM LOCOMOTIVES AND TRAINS 1931-1937 ヨ C&O, VGN, WM, W&LE, RF&P Robert Durham 52 pages softcover

This book includes steam locomotives from the Chesapeake & Ohio (Switchers, Mikados, Pacifics & Mallets), B&O Railroad Museum, Pittsburgh & West Virginia (Mikados & Mallets), Rahway Valley Consolidations, Virginian Railway Mikado, Western Marylabd Mikados and Texas, Wheeling & Lake Erie Switcher and Consolidation, Richmond Fredericksburg & Potomac Ten Wheelers and Pacifics, Norfolk & Western (Ten Wheeler, Consolidation, Pacific, Mastodon and Mallet) and the Lambertville Trap Rock Switcher. Echo1

$ 23.75
EL COLOR GUIDE TO FREIGHT & PASSENGER EQUIPMENT "Larry DeYoung. 128 Pages. Hardcover. All Color.

This is an all color reference to the passenger, freight and non revenue cars used by the Erie Lackawanna. An excellent reference for modelers." Echo1

$ 40.50
ELECTRIC BOAT CORPORATION James Reyburn 128 pages softcover Arcadia

Electric Boat Corporation has been a world leader in submarine development, design, and construction for more than a century. In 1900, the company delivered the Holland, the first submarine accepted by the United States Navy. Fifty-five years later, it turned fantasy into fact by sending the world's first nuclear-powered ship, the submarine Nautilus, off on its maiden voyage. It later built the world's first ballistic missile firing submarine, the George Washington, and most of the nation's current underseas fleet. Echo1

$ 21.50

One of the most intriguing yet neglected pieces of American transportation history, electric interurban railroads were designed to assist shoppers, salesmen, farmers, commuters, and pleasure-seekers alike with short distance travel. At a time when most roads were unpaved and horse and buggy travel were costly and difficult, these streetcar-like electric cars were essential to economic growth. But why did interurban fever strike so suddenly and extensively in the Midwest and other areas? Why did thousands of people withdraw their savings to get onto what they believed to be a "gravy train?" How did officials of competing steam railroads respond to these challenges to their operations? H. Roger Grant explores the rise and fall of this fleeting form of transportation that started in the early 1900s and was defunct just thirty years later. Perfect for railfans, Electric Interurbans and the American People is a comprehensive contribution for those who love the flanged wheel. Echo1

$ 45.75

Entering an already crowded and established industry, the Niles Car & Manufacturing Company in Ohio began business with surprising success, producing well over 1,000 electric and steam railway cars_cars so durable they rarely needed to be replaced. That durability essentially put the company out of business, and it vanished from the scene as quickly as it had appeared, leaving little behind except its sturdy railway cars. The story of this highly regarded company spans just 16 years, from Niles_s incorporation in 1901 to the abandonment of railway car production and sale of the property to a firm that would briefly build engine parts during World War I. Includes unpublished photographs and rosters of railway cars produced by the company and still in existence in railroad museums. Echo1

$ 27.75
ELECTRIC TROLLEYS OF WASHTENAW COUNTY - MI "Mark Hildebrant and Martha Churchill 128 pages softcover

Electric streetcars and interurbans appeared in Washtenaw County in the 1890s. Evolved from horse-drawn streetcars, electric cars were ideal for public transportation. They were cheap, fast, and went to plenty of places. The system developed around Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti, branching out to Detroit to the east and Jackson to the west. Bigger and better equipment was added, and larger companies took over the small ones. In western Washtenaw County, two interurban railways engaged in a struggle for survival. Occasionally the interurbans crashed into buildings or one another, with disastrous results. Electric Trolleys of Washtenaw County explains how electric mass transportation flourished starting in the 1890s, why it bloomed, and why it suddenly became extinct after only a few decades. Echo1 "

$ 21.50
ELEVATED RAILWAYS OF MANHATTAN Eric Oszustowicz 372 pages softcover

Many New Yorkers rushing through the streets of Manhattan today are completely oblivious to the fact that at one time there was an extensive elevated railway system that traversed most of the island from the Battery through Midtown, Harlem and on into The Bronx and later into Queens. Certain narrow downtown streets, such as Pearl Street, were shrouded in darkness by the elevated structure, even on the sunniest of days. But without these elevated railways, it would not have been possible for New York City to develop as fast as it did. Development would have been delayed about 25 years until the first subways opened since there was no other way to move the massive crowds through the City. Partially due to the constant expansion of the underground subway lines and to a great extent real estate interests, the elevated lines that ran into southern Manhattan were all torn down from 1938 to 1955. Although New York has its own unique and extreme dynamism and is one of the great cities of the world, one could only wonder what New York would be like today if one or more of the elevated lines were still standing. Echo1

$ 55.75

Around Not Through Chicago was the motto of "The J". This 205 mile railroad served the steel industry of Chicago and Northwest Indiana as well as serving as an outer belt link for all railroads that entered the Windy City. This first Volume covers the EJ&E Eastern Subdivision from Gary, IN to Joliet, IL. Echo1

$ 48.75

Locomotives and operation on the _J' are scrutinized Joliet to Waukegan in full color. Echo1

$ 48.75

The finale in the three-volume EJ&E series examines the rolling stock and facilities of this heavily-industrialized road. Echo1

$ 48.75
ELGIN JOLIET & EASTERN RAILWAY - ARCADIA Paul W. Jaenicke, Ralph A. Eisenbrandt 128 pages softcover Arcadia

In 1884, the Joliet, Aurora and Northern Railroad was formed to connect the growing industrial cities of Joliet and Aurora. This system evolved into the Elgin, Joliet and Eastern Railway. By 1893, it encircled Chicago from Waukegan, via Joliet, to Porter, Indiana. The railroad developed into a prosperous subsidiary of U.S. Steel at the beginning of the 20th century. It primarily served the steel mills and facilities of its parent company and as a bridge route between the many Chicago railroads it crossed. It has also been an industry innovator. It was one of the first Class 1 railroads to completely convert to diesel locomotive power in 1949 and the first in the world to install an automatic, electrically operated car retarder yard in 1952. Today it is the same prosperous railroad it was over 120 years ago, serving the rail transportation needs of its online customers and as an even more important bridge route for the region's railroads. Echo1

$ 21.50
ELGIN JOLIET & EASTERN RAILWAY - SIGNATURE "Patrick Dorin 176 pages hardcover

The distinctive EJ&E was long known as a traffic artery for Chicago, exemplified by its slogan, "Around-Not Thru Chicago". From its beginnings in the 1880s, through the 20th century and into the 21st century, the entire history of this line is covered. Also included are aspects of operations, steam & diesel locomotive rosters, extensive coverage of freight cars and complexities such as relationships to the DM&IR and other US Steel roads. 230 photos Echo1 "

$ 56.50
ELKIN & ALLEGHANY RAILWAY REVISITED Dan Bray Jr & Matt Bumgarner 74 pages softcover

This is a look at the Elkin & Allegheny Railroad in Western North Carolina. The book looks at early railroads in North Carolina, the completion of the Northwestern North Carolina Railroad, the creation of the Elkin & Allegheny Railroad, its operations and demise. Echo1

$ 19.50
EMD CLASSIC COWL UNITS Sean Graham-White hardcover

The most famous second generation diesel locomotives were, without a doubt, Electro-Motive Division's Classic Cowl Units. Santa Fe began it all with the introduction of FP45's for the their famous passenger trains. These were followed by a freight version, the F45, which went to the Great Northern and, later the Burlington Northern. There were FP45's for the Milwaukee Road, Amtrak SDP40F's, EMD test units, and commuter F40C's. This book features them all - in color too! Echo1

$ 55.50
EMD SD70 CLASS VOL 1 Jason Gregory hardcover

This is a picture history of the EMD SD70, starting with its development and including the 12 railroads that operate the engine. Included in this volume are the locomotives of the Arkansas & Missouri, Alaska Railroad, BHP Iron, BNSF, CIT Group, Canadian National, CSX, EMD, Ferromax, Florida East Coast, Kansas City Southern and Montana Rail Link. Includes over 140 photos and roster information. Echo1

$ 36.75
EMD SD70 CLASS VOL 2 Jason Gregory hardcover

This continues the cover of the SD70 and includes the Evansville Railroad, Norfolk Southern, Ontario Northland, Paducah & Louisville, Quebec Cartier Mining, Union Pacific, and Vale Railway. Echo1

$ 36.75
EMD SW 1500 2ND GENERATION WORKHORSE Diesel Era 124 pages softcover

EMD_s SW1500 model was introduced at the zenith of switcher production, the 1960s and 1970s. Featuring the builder's newly introduced 645-series prime mover, the model offered customers a unit that was suitable for yard, local, and even road freight service. 110 color photos, 325 black and white. Echo1

$ 32.50
EMD'S FP7 AND FP9 THE DUAL SERVICE CAB UNIT "120 pages softcover

At first glance, the General Motors_ FP7 or FP9 looks like their freight-service counterparts. But on closer examination, the model_s extra four feet of length can be seen in the space between the first porthole and first louver. This extra space was used to increase the boiler water capacity for the steam generator, allowing the unit to operate over longer distances, matching the unit's fuel capacity without the need for intermediate water stops. The model_s popularity is reflected in its sales numbers _ 362 FP7s for 27 customers and 93 F9s for four customers. Major U.S. owners include Atlantic Coast Line, Louisville & Nashville, Milwaukee Road, Pennsylvania, and Southern. North of the border, Canadian National and Canadian Pacific found the model(s) ideal as did Mexican railroad, National de Mexico. One chapter will cover the FP_s close relative, the FL9. All owners, as well as secondary owners and operators in North America are covered in this book with a varied selection of color and black-and-white photographs. Echo1 "

$ 36.50
EMD'S SW 8 AMERICA'S MEDIUM SWITCHER CHOICE Diesel Era 80 pages softcover

This book tells the history of 366 GM built SW-8s for 49 US and Canadian railroads. More than 250 color and black and white photos. Echo1

$ 18.50

This book tells the history of one of Oregon's most colorful railroads. Initially promoted by the flamboyant Colonel Thomas Egenton Hogg as a way for Willamette Valley farmers to get their produce to market, it eventually evolved into a much grander scheme. Its promoters planned to make it the western segment of another transcontinental railroad system that would extend from Yaquina, Oregon to Boise, Idaho where it would tie in with the westward building Chicago & North Western Railroad. The Oregon Pacific faced opportunities and oppositions that were unrivaled by any other railroad in Oregon. Seen as nothing more then a way to separate investors from their money by some factions, the proponents were labeled as pirates and frauds by some while heroes by others. Most of the route of the Oregon Pacific still exists to this day and provides a way for a number of industries to get their products to market. Echo1

$ 50.75
ENCYCLOPEDIA OF B&O CABOOSES VOLUME 1 Dwight Jones 176 pages hardcover

This new book covers the full history of the modern B&O caboose fleet. The first volume of several covering the history of the cabooses of America's oldest common carrier railroad, this book is heavy on photo coverage, and includes extensive historical coverage and full roster listings by individual caboose number including modification dates, build dates, paint dates and disposition data. This is the first book to cover the full and complete history of B&O cabooses. Various chapters cover each class of caboose, painting and lettering data, Safety Cabooses, CCH cabooses, B&O's only Solar caboose, the Raceland Car Shops, Marker Lights, Trucks, and more. 41 color photos, 223 b&w photos. Echo1

$ 38.75
ENCYCLOPEDIA OF B&O CABOOSES VOLUME 2 Dwight Jones 176 pages hardcover

This book follows the same format as volume 1 released last year and includes very detailed coverage of cabooses built for the B&O from 1952 to 1966 including some miscellaneous cars added to the roster after that period. Coverage includes the I-17 class, I-17A class, I-18 class, C-15B class, M-26 boxcar conversions and wood cars transferred from C&O to B&O. Each detailed chapter includes extensive photo coverage, history text, dimensional diagram and a detailed roster by individual caboose number. There is a detailed listing of the I-17 and I-17A cabooses and where they were assigned prior to caboose pooling. Extensive coverage is included on the implementation of caboose pooling including internal company reports and communications as well as the various dates when specific regions of the B&O implemented pooling. Additional chapters cover I-18 Safety Cabooses, the Du Bois car shops, International Car Company, caboose costs, a map of B&O car shops, caboose trucks, caboose markers and company summary information on cabooses including a graph showing how many cabooses by class were on the railroad on January 1, 1965. Official B&O Painting and Lettering drawings are reproduced in a manner that all dimensional data is readable and useable by the reader. An interview with a B&O official explains how the M-26 boxcar conversions came about and an interview with Frankly Carr explains how the Chessie image was developed. This book is a must for B&O history students as well as modelers.40 Color Photos, 165 Black and White photos and 39 tables, graphs, charts and diagrams. Echo1

$ 38.75

This book concentrates on the detailed history of probably the most famous cabooses of any railroad, the wagon-top cars of the Baltimore & Ohio. Historical coverage begins with the experimental bay-window cabooses of the 1930s and continues with detailed coverage of the production, class I-12, wagon-top cabooses of the 1940s. This volume continues the format used in the previous two volumes including heavy photo coverage, detailed rosters by individual car numbers, and lists of locations where the cabooses were assigned. This book is a must-have for both modelers as well as caboose and B&O history students. Official B&O painting and lettering information and drawings are provided as well as a history of the Keyser, West Virginia, car shops where the production wagon-top cabooses of the 1940s were built. Echo1

$ 42.75
ENCYCLOPEDIA OF B&O CABOOSES VOLUME 4 I-5 AND I-16 CARS Dwight Jones 208 pages hardcover

The detailed history of the I-5 and I-16 class cabooses is covered in this volume. The book contains nearly 250 photos, 45 of them in color, along with nearly 50 B&O company memos, 15 blueprints and drawings, and 19 charts and graphs. The author provides detail rosters by individual car numbers and specific assignment data for the 576 cabooses covered in these two classes. The book also includes a detailed index for topics in this volume combined with the topics in the previous three volumes allowing researchers and modelers to quickly locate specific subjects of interest. Echo1

$ 42.75
END OF THE LINE FRENCH AND GERMAN RAILROADS AT THE END OF WW2 Charles Trapani Jr & Louis Marre 56 pages softcover

This book looks at French and German Railways at the end of WW2. Includes 78 photos and 5 color profiles. Echo1

$ 19.50

This is the latest in the series of detailed historical coverage of the B&O caboose fleet. This edition covers classes I-1 to I-4, I-6, I-9, I-10 and I-14. Included are detailed rosters of each class, assignment information, diagrams, drawings, maps, charts and graphs providing thorough coverage of each class. Additional chapters cover caboose trucks, costs, marker lights, and painting and lettering. Coverage also includes coaches converted for use as temporary cabooses. A detailed index allows easy access to specific information on all 5 volumes. Echo1

$ 42.75
EQUIPMENT OF THE DELAWARE & HUDSON VOL 1 PASSENGER CARS Robert Liljestrand and David Sweetland 48 pages softcover

An illustrated look at the passenger cars of the Delaware & Hudson. Includes wooden coaches, steel coaches, combines, dining cars, business cars, baggage cars and RPOs. Echo1

$ 14.50
EQUIPMENT OF THE DELAWARE & HUDSON VOL 2 STEAM LOCOMOTIVE Robert Liljestrand and David Sweetland 48 pages softcover

A photographic guide to the steam locomotives of the Delaware & Hudson. Echo1

$ 14.50
EQUIPMENT OF THE VIRGINIAN RAILWAY VOL 1 STEAM Robert A. Liljestrand and David R. Sweetland 46 pages softcover

Read about the Virginian Class SB 0-8-0 switchers. Also included are Class MB, MC, and MCA and the AG 2-6-6-6's built by Lima. Echo1

$ 14.50
EQUIPMENT OF THE VIRGINIAN RAILWAY VOL 2: DIESEL ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVES Robert A. Liljestrand and David R. Sweetland 48 pages softcover

This book gives the complete story of the Virginian electrification. Well illustrated with black and white photos. Echo1

$ 14.50
ERIE & DL&W IN HUDSON COUNTY, NJ BILL BRENNAN'S 1958-50 B&W PHOTOGRAPHY Robert Yanosey 128 pages softcover

Noted photographer Bill Brennan captures these two roads in Kearny, Jersey City, Hoboken, and Secaucus in the years just prior to the EL merger. Echo1

$ 36.75
ERIE & DLW WRECK TRAINS Ronald Dukarm 100 pages softcover

This includes 153 photographs of Erie, Lackawanna, and EL wreck cranes and their associated equipment. Most of these photographs are being published for the first time. The book also includes 36 drawings and equipment charts and thoroughly covers the complete roster of wrecking cranes, wreck trains, and wrecking procedures of all three railroads. Also provided is the first ever explanation of Erie's mysterious Maintenance Of Way numbering system. Echo1

$ 19.50

The Erie, and successor, Erie Lackawanna, were arguably the dominant railroad companies in Orange County, New York. That was not a trivial statement as within the countyミs borders one could also find the trackage of a half dozen major eastern carriers; the New York Central, the New Haven, the Lehigh & New England, the Lehigh & Hudson River, the New York, Ontario & Western and at one point, the New York, Susquehanna & Western as well. However, only the Erie/EL operated two heavily-trafficked main lines traversing the county as well as a major yard at Port Jervis. In addition there were a number of branches; the Pine Bush Branch, the Montgomery Branch, the Pine Island Branch, the Newburgh Short Cut and the Newburgh Branch. This book is a compilation of a decade of articles, many written by railroad veterans, that have appeared in the pages of The Unionville Flyer, the official publication of the Middletown and New Jersey Railway Historical Society. While the societyミs publication focuses on the M&NJ and predecessors, it also has published many articles on the other carriers in Orange County. The Erie/ELミs preeminent position in the county has been reflected in a large number of related articles over two decades. As a compilation of many articles on the Erie/EL that appeared in The Unionville Flyer, this is not a comprehensive coverage of every Erie/EL operation or location in the county. There is extensive material on the Graham Line, the main line, the Pine Bush Branch and Otisville tunnel as well as photographic coverage and information pertaining to many locations. Coverage is heavily oriented toward the era of the Erie. Echo1

$ 30.75
ERIE / DLW COLOR GUIDE TO FREIGHT & PASSENGER EQUIP. "Larry DeYoung and Mike DelVecchio 128 pages hardcover all color

View the freight, passenger and non-revenue equipment of the Erie Railroad and Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad through more than 300 color photographs. Examine the many workaday freight and commuter cars as well as the passenger cars of the through trains of these two roads." Echo1

$ 44.50
ERIE-DL&W-EL TRACKSIDE WITH BOB KRONE Bob Krone 128 pages hardcover

This book features many of Bob Krone's early photographs of the Erie, DL&W and EL in New Jersey and New York beginning in 1955 showing first generation diesels at their best. Trackside shots of steam and diesel by the late Robert F. Collins from 1949 through 1976 are also included to complete the coverage from the Hudson River to western New York State. Echo1

$ 48.75
ERIE BUILTS AND H20-44S David Sweetland 88 pages softcover

During the development of the 1,000 HP switcher, FM officials knew that the company would have to produce a road cab unit if it was going to make it in the locomotive business. Engineers designed a road locomotive around a carbody style by industrial designer Raymond Loewy. Since FM did not have a shop capacity to build a large locomotive itself, it contracted that work to General Electric, which produced the units at its Erie, PA plant, hence the name "Erie-built". GE built 111 of the distinctive locomotives for Class 1 railroads across the country. With a 1,0000 hp switcher and a 2,000 hp road cab unit, FM wanted to enter the roadswitcher market. During 1946, the company's engineering team designs a 2,000 hp end cab unit named the Heavy Duty unit. Few railroads saw the H20-44's potential and only 96 were sold to 5 customers. Echo1

$ 23.75

EL dispatcher Bob Collins knew everything that was going on and went out and recorded the action. The Erie and DL&W mesh together in this colorful tribute to "The Friendly Service Route." Echo1

$ 36.75
ERIE LACKAWANNA DIESEL LOCOMOTIVES VOL 1 SWITCHERS Robert Liljestrand and David Sweetland 48 pages softcover

This looks at the diesel switchers of the Erie Lackawanna. Includes GE 44 tonners, Alco S-1, S-2, S-4, EMD SW1, SW8, NW2, SW7, SW9, SW1200, Baldwin Switchers VO-660, VO-1000 and Lima LH-1000. Well illustrated. Echo1

$ 19.50
ERIE LACKAWANNA DIESEL LOCOMOTIVES VOL 2 ROAD SWITCHERS Robert Liljestrand and David Sweetland 48 pages softcover

This is a look at the road switchers of the Erie Lackawanna. Includes Alco RS-2 and RS-3, DRS-4-4-1500, AS-16, DRS-6-6-1500, GP7, GP9, H24-66 and H16-44. Well illustrated. Echo1

$ 19.50
ERIE LACKAWANNA IN COLOR VOL 2 - NY STATE "Larry DeYoung 128 pages hardcover all color

This volume looks at the Erie Lackawanna in New York State. Coverage includes Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, Utica and Starrucca Viaduct. Over 200 photos." Echo1

$ 40.50
ERIE LACKAWANNA IN COLOR VOL 3 - EAST END "Larry DeYoung 128 page hardcover all color

This is an all color tour of the east end of the Erie Lackawanna. The book includes coverage of the Bloomsburg branch, Scranton, the Jefferson Division, Dover, Hoboken and the New Jersey & New York Branch. Over 200 color photos." Echo1

$ 40.50
ERIE LACKAWANNA IN COLOR VOL 4 - EARLY YEARS Larry DeYoung 128 pages hardcover all color

This volume focuses on the Erie Lackawanna shortly after it was formed. The book looks at the wide range of diesels that made up the Erie Lackawanna's motive power fleet. Over 250 color photos. Echo1

$ 40.50

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