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GATEWAY TO THE NORTHERN PLAINS Regularly $27.50 On sale until Feb 15th, 2018 or while supplies last.

Carroll Engelhardt 384 pages hardcover

The book chronicles the story of Fargo and Moorhead's birth and growth. Once just specks on the vast landscape of the Northern Plains, these twin cities prospered, teeming with their own dynamic culture, economy, and politics. Moorhead was the first, boosted by railroad manager Thomas Hawley Canfield, who touted it as superior to Fargo. Amid disputes and deals with entrepreneurs, the railroad company provided land for public schools and churches to speed the refinement of the settlement. Despite Moorhead's earlier start, Northern Pacific Railway chose Fargo as its headquarters, and it became the "Gateway City" to North Dakota. Golf1 "

$ 20.00
GATEWAY YARD - YOUNGSTOWN, OH - PITTSBURGH & LAKE ERIE 55 pages softcover

This book includes drawings of the Pittsburgh & Lake Erie's Gateway Yard in Youngstown, Ohio. Included are track plans for the yard, drawings and floor plans of the hump crest building, Car Repair Building, retarder tower, Car Inspection buildings, car repair shed, track scale, compressor building and locomotive servicing building. Golf1

$ 60.00
GE & EMD LOCOMOTIVES Brian Solomon 352 pages softcover

With roots stretching back to the turn of the twentieth century, General Electric and Electro-Motive have designed some of the most iconic locomotives in the history of North American railroading. Now, for the first time, acclaimed rail author Brian Solomon's landmark histories of these manufacturers' North American machines (GE Locomotives, 2003, and EMD Locomotives, 2006) are available in a single photo-packed volume. In GE and EMD Locomotives: The Illustrated History, nearly 400 rare photographs (more than 300 of them in color) are accompanied by thorough histories of the two manufacturers, beginning with their earliest efforts in the 1890s and 1930s, respectively. Solomon brings the story up to date with afterwords detailing such recent developments as GE's revolutionary Evolution locomotives and EMD's SD70ACe and SD70M-2. From General Electric's electrical legends, the Pennsylvania Railroad's E44s, Amtrak's E60s, and Milwaukee Road's Little Joes to EMD's mid-century F units, workhorse GP and SD locomotives, and Dash series, all the way through to the rivals' most cutting-edge modern green designs, GE and EMD Locomotives: The Illustrated History leaves nothing unexamined in the important histories of these industrial giants and the competition that continues to drive them forward. Golf1

$ 27.75
GE CHRONICLES AN EMPLOYEE'S LOOK AT LOCO PRODUCTION AT THE ERIE WORKS Bill Volkmer 128 pages hardcover

Veteran rail author Bill Volkmer was an employee at GE’s Erie Works where many roads’ Uboats were constructed. His behind the scene anecdotes coupled with rare in-plant and on the road photographs make this a delightful addition to a rail enthusiast’s library.

Due 2/1/18 Golf1

$ 48.75
GENERAL ELECTRIC 70 TON DIESEL LOCOMOTIVES Ronald Sims 172 pages softcover

Never a major component of any Class I railroad roster, the General Electric 70-ton diesel road switcher could be found almost everywhere in American railroading, serving lines that weren't built to accommodate larger locomotives. It was conceived as a -scale model of the EMD SW1 switcher, to be sold with easy financing to shortlines and industries with line-haul operations.Before and during World War II, General Electric did not offer a single railroad locomotive in its catalog. As the war wound down, however, the military's need for small diesel locomotives was certain to dry up. GE needed to find a new market and utilize advanced (for the times) technology to serve it. Undercapitalized steam-powered shortlines and industrial railroads required replacement locomotives that weighed seventy tons or less (both to meet engineer pay requirements and to safely operate on light rail), but with relatively high gearing to allow decent road speeds. Given this opportunity, GE took advantage of advances in diesel engine performance and its already cutting-edge manufacturing techniques to develop a single-engine diesel locomotive with 600 horsepower that weighed thirty tons less than an Alco or Baldwin or EMD switcher rated at the same power. A truly bare-bones machine, the proposed new GE switcher could be sold at a significantly lower base price and be at home on rail too light to support a standard 99-ton switcher. This book that details the 200 domestic and another 200 exported variations of the familiar 70-tonner theme. Over 270 photos, tables and diagrams illustrate examples operating from Canada's Hudson Bay to Chile's Atacama Desert and across the Pacific to Australia and the Philippines. The basic design was adapted to industrial use, as well, with lower gear ratios and build-to-order weights from 65 to 95 tons. Special narrow-gauge units (domestic and export) receive ample photographic attention. A complete production list rounds out the coverage. Golf1

$ 34.75
GEORGE MANSFIELD AND THE BILLERICA & BEDFORD RAILROAD Donald Ball 212 pages hardcover

When the Massachusetts towns of Bedford and Billerica clamored for a railroad, George E. Mansfield appeared on the scene and sold them on a new, inexpensive way to build one. He finished the line and it was acclaimed around the world as a brilliant new departure in railroad building. The Billerica and Bedford Railroad delivered everything its promoter said it would but, yet, it failed financially in less than a year. What happened to cause this failure' Using original railroad documents and letters along with newspaper and trade journal articles, the author delves into the behind-the-scenes machinations that plagued this 8_ mile line. The backgrounds of the people involved are explored to determine their goals and motivations. Numerous drawings of the railroad rolling stock and structures are included along with examinations of the technical aspects of line which made it so revolutionary. George Mansfield went on to build the Sandy River Railroad as well as the Bridgton and Saco River Railroad, both of which survived into the 1930s and beyond. After only six years of railroad building, though, Mansfield seemingly vanished from the railroad scene without building another railroad. This is the story of the pioneer two-footer which paved the way for the more successful narrow-gauge lines built in Maine and other locations around the country. It is also the story of the promoter of the Mansfield System of two-foot gauge railroads, who he was, where he came from and what happened to him and his dreams. Golf1

$ 50.75
GERMAN NATIONAL RAILWAY IN WORLD WAR 2 Janusz Piekalkiewicz 192 Pages Hardcover

The Second World War made the greatest demands on the German Reichsbahn (national railway). Year after year, great quantities of war materiel were transported _ and almost always delivered. At times the trains rolled over nearly the entire continent of Europe. This heavily illustrated book documents the everyday life along the German rail lines on many war fronts. This is the first book of its kind in English for both the railroad fan as well as the military historian. Golf1

$ 40.50
GERMAN RAILWAY GUN 28CM K5(E) LEOPOLD Jan Wijnstok 56 pages softcover

Technical/historical background by the Dutch expert, illustrated with 31 b/w period photos and a selection of 224 detailed walk-around photographs highlighting in color all exterior and interior details of the World's only two preserved K5(E) railway guns: Ausf. C from the US Ordnance Museum, Aberdeen, USA and Ausf. D from the Musee du Mur de l'Atlantique, Audinghen, France. Includes the bonus giant (990 x 680 mm size) fold out sheet of super-detailed 1/72nd and 1/35th scale drawings of K5(E) Ausf. C & D in both firing and transport mode, and 1/10th scale drawings of K5's charges and projectiles. Golf1

$ 38.75
GG1 THE WORLD'S GREATEST ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVE VOL 1 PRR 1948-67 Robert Yanosey 96 pages softcover

Follow the magnificent GG1 in its day-to-day duties from the late ï¾´40s to the last days of the PRR. Long distance passenger service, commuter trains, drag freight, manifest freight, wrecks, paint variations are featured. Golf1

$ 36.75
GG1 THE WORLD'S GREATEST ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVE VOL 2 PC, AMTRAK, CONRAIL, NJT 1968-1983 Robert Yanosey 96 pages softcover

Follow the iconic GG1 in its final 15 years of operation with Penn Central, Amtrak, Conrail, NJ DOT, and NJ Transit. Despite the paint on its sleek flanks, the elegant ladies were up to any task thrown at them from fast piggybacker to Jersey Shore commuter train. Golf1

$ 36.75
GHOST RAILS VOL 2 WESTERN ALLEGHENY RAILROAD Wayne Cole hardcover

Very Limited Quantities.

This book is a history of the Western Allegheny Railroad. Includes a history of the line, the Kaylor Enginehouse, passenger service, cabooses, maintenance of way equipment and locomotives. Golf1

$ 60.00
GHOST RAILS VOL 7 - THE SHORT LINE PITTSBURGH TO BUTLER Wayne Cole 208 pages hardcover

This is the history of the Pittsburg & Butler Railway in Western Pennsylvania. Golf1 ""

$ 45.75
GHOST RAILS VOL 8 - THE NORTHERN SUB Wayne Cole 312 pages hardcover

This volume contains a history of the B&O line that ran 174 miles from Callery Junction to Mt Jewett and the Kinzua Bridge. The book details the early Pittsburgh & Western narrow Gauge era and also touches on the narrow gauge logging roads that interchanged with the main line. The book also details the history of the Knox & Kane Railroad, which was formed in 1982 after the B&O's abandonment of the Northern Sub, as well as covering the Penn View Mountain Railroad, the JKWI Railroad and other predecessor lines. In addition, the book includes a history of the double decker (railroad over highway) Foxburg Bridge, the Foxburg Switchback and the Kinzia Bridge. Golf1

$ 45.75
GHOST RAILS VOL 9 - STATE LINE LEGENDS- OHIO/PA INDUSTRIAL LINES Regularly $36.50 On sale until Feb 15th, 2018 or while supplies last.

Wayne Cole 232 pages hardcover

This volume contains a history of industrial lines along the Ohio and Pennsylvania border. Included are the Pittsburgh & Lake Erie's Mahoning State Line, the P&LE Walford Branch, the Pittsburgh Youngstown & Ashtabula/PRR Bessemer Branch, Carbon Limestone, Michigan Limestone, Burton Explosives, American Cyanamid and more. Many photos, a few in color. Golf1

$ 30.00
GHOST RAILS VOL 11 - SHARON STEEL Wayne Cole 352 pages hardcover

This volume looks at Sharon Steel. Included is a history of Sharon Steel, a look at the steel mills in the Shenango Valley, the Penn Ohio Street Car Line and the railroads that served the area, including the Erie, the Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Ferrona Branch, and the New York Central. Golf1

$ 60.00
GHOST RAILS VOL 12 - SEAMLESS, BABCOCK & WILCOX Wayne Cole 320 pages hardcover

This is a history of the Babcock & Wilcox Steel Mill in Beaver Falls, PA. Also included is the Pittsburgh Seamless Tube Company, the facilities operated by B&W, the Wallace Run Steel Mill, Koppel Steel, the Pennyslvania Railroad Economy Branch, and the Ambridge mill and operations. Golf1

$ 60.00
GHOST RAILS VOL 13 - COAL RUNNERS Wayne Cole 232 pages hardcover

This volume covers the Bessemer & Lake Erie's Hilliards Branch, including the Goff-Kirby Branch, the Seaton Creek Erico Branch, Allegheny Branch and Lake Trade Branch. The book also includes a look at the Pennsylvania Railroad's Plum Creek Branch and Unity Railways. Golf1

$ 60.00
GHOST RAILS VOL 14 - HALLOWED GROUND -B&LE, C&H, PRR Wayne Cole 296 pages hardcover

This volume covers ground from Meadville and Crawford County to Cheswick in Allegheny County. The book includes the PRR and B&LE: Linesville, Conneaut Lake Park, Meadville and the French Creek Feeder Canal, the Meadville Branch and Erie Railroad Traffic over 15 miles of the B&LE, the Cheswick and Harmer Railroad and the B&LE Indianola Branch. Also includes is a look at a section of the B&LE main line in Mercer County, the Porter Cut Off and the coal mining and railroad history of Pardoe. Golf1

$ 60.00
GILPIN RAILROAD ERA "Dan Abbott and Dell McCoy 416 pages hardcover

This pictorial presnets the Gilpin Tramway two foot gauge Shay steam locomotives running out of Black Hawk, Colorado to gold mines surrounding the communities of Central City, Nevadaville and Russell Gulch. The route is covered mile by mile with detailed captions and eyewitness newspaper articles of day within the text. Drop-bottom ore cars, flat cars, excursion cars and cabooses made up the roster of rolling stock traversing the 4%+ grades. Maps are profusely augmented with gleanings from numerous research trips and provide knowledge of tracks to shaft houses on the upper slopes and mills within Black Hawk. Some 280 mines and mills were served by the Gilpin. A detailed station listing, measured from the Engine House, a roster of locomotives and equipment and more are included. 438 photographs. Golf1 "

$ 78.50
GLORY OF THE SIERRA Chuck Holland 120 pages hardcover

The Glory of the Sierra is the latest book to be published by the Tuolumne County Historical Society, authored by Chuck Holland. This 120-page book blends photographs, artwork, and articles from past issues of Chispa to provide an interesting look at the Sierra Railroad and the Jamestown maintenance facility that exists today as Railtown 1897 State Historic Park. The book includes 21 digital images of oil paintings by artist Patrick Karnahan and 135 never before published color photographs by nine photographers. Golf1

$ 27.75
GLOVER STEAM LOCOS: THE SOUTH'S LAST STEAM BUILDER Regularly $39.50 On sale until Feb 15th, 2018 or while supplies last.

Richard Hillman 128 pages hardcover

This book looks at the Glover Machines Works. Included is a history of the company, their facilities and the locomotives that they built. Well illustrated. Golf1

$ 35.00
GM&O THE ALTON ROUTE IN COLOR VOL 1 THE FIRST GENERATION Jim Boyd 128 Pages Hardcover

An examination of the formation of the motive power of the predecessor roads of the Gulf Mobile & Ohio. Steam and first generation diesel. Golf1

$ 48.75
GM&O THE ALTON ROUTE VOL 2 SECOND GENERATION Joe Petric 128 pages hardcover

The Second Generation of the GM&O Railroad is covered from the 1960s-70s. This era included the purchase of new diesel locomotives, introduction of the unit coal train, continued development of on-line customers, and operation of passenger trains in the Chicago - St. Louis Corridor. Golf1

$ 48.75
GM'S GEEPS - GENERAL PURPOSE DIESEL Paul Schneider 128 pages softcover

This is a look at General Motor's early Geep diesels. Included are the GP7, GP9 and GP18. Well illustrated.

This book is out of print and in limited supply. Golf1

$ 25.00
GOLD PLACERS INCORPORATED COAL CREEK DREDGER 9 pages softcover

This contains drawings of the dredge used by Gold Placers Incorporated in Alaska. Includes drawings of the dredge and details on the processing method. Golf1

$ 27.00
GOLDEN DECADE OF TRAINS: THE 1950'S Robert Malinoski 128 pages hardcover

Just the name Malinoski is indicative of masterful, expert camera work as exhibited in national rail magazines for more than fifty years. Now here is his choice, top-drawer color artistry on over fifty different roads during the decade when the best of steam and early diesels worked hand-in-hand. Golf1

$ 40.50
GP 20 & SD 24 EMD TURBOCHARGED DUO Diesel Age 152 pages softcover

This book looks at EMD's GP20 and SD24 locomotives. Includes a look at the need for turbocharging, specifications, productions and rosters. Well illustrated. Golf1

$ 28.50
GRAIN AND MILL ELEVATORS OF THE MID WEST & WEST 34 pages softcover

This contains drawings of grain and mill elevators in the mid west and west. Included are Armour's Warehouse Hogan Grain Elevator in Seneca Illinois, the Western Elevator Company in Appleton Wisconsin, J.h. Hawes Elevator in Atlanta Illinois and the Eugene Mill & Elevator in Oregon. Golf1

$ 35.00
GRAIN ELEVATORS - BUFFALO, NY 9 pages softcover

This contains drawings of grain elevators in Buffalo, NY. Includes Hecker Grain Elevator, Great Northern Grain Elevator, Concrete Central Grain Elevator and Wollenberg Grain & Seed Elevator. Golf1

$ 27.00
GRAND CENTRAL TERMINAL RAILROADS, ENGINEERING & ARCHITECTURE IN NYC Kurt Schlichting 264 pages hardcover

Grand Central Terminal, one of New York City's preeminent buildings, stands as a magnificent Beaux-Arts monument to America's Railway Age, and it remains a vital part of city life today. Completed in 1913 after ten years of construction, the terminal became the city's most important transportation hub, linking long-distance and commuter trains to New York's network of subways, elevated trains, and streetcars. Its soaring Grand Concourse still offers passengers a majestic gateway to the wonders beyond 42nd Street.In Grand Central Terminal, Kurt C. Schlichting traces the history of this spectacular building, detailing the colorful personalities, bitter conflicts, and Herculean feats of engineering that lie behind its construction. Schlichting begins with Cornelius Vanderbilt_"The Commodore"_whose railroad empire demanded an appropriately palatial passenger terminal in the heart of New York City. Completed in 1871, the first Grand Central was the largest rail facility in the world and yet_cramped and overburdened_soon proved thoroughly inadequate for the needs of this rapidly expanding city. William Wilgus, chief engineer of the New York Central Railroad, conceived of a new Grand Central Terminal, one that would fully meet the needs of the New York Central line. Grand Central became a monument to the creativity and daring of a remarkable age. The terminal's construction proved to be a massive undertaking. Before construction could begin, more than 3 million cubic yards of rock and earth had to be removed and some 200 buildings demolished. Manhattan's exorbitant real estate prices necessitated a vast, two-story underground train yard, which in turn required a new, smoke-free electrified rail system. The project consumed nearly 30,000 tons of steel, three times more than that in the Eiffel Tower, and two power plants were built. The terminal building alone cost $43 million in 1913, the equivalent of nearly $750 million today. Some of these costs were offset by an ambitious redevelopment project on property above the New York Central's underground tracks. Schlichting writes about the economic and cultural impact of the terminal on midtown Manhattan, from building of the Biltmore and Waldorf-Astoria Hotels to the transformation of Park Avenue. Schlichting concludes with an account of the New York Central's decline; the public outcry that prevented Grand Central's new owner, Penn Central, from following through with its 1969 plan to demolish or drastically alter the terminal; the rise of Metro-North Railroad; and the meticulous 1990s restoration project that returned Grand Central Terminal to its original splendor. More than a history of a train station, this book is the story of a city and an age as reflected in a building aptly described as a secular cathedral. Golf1

$ 30.75
GRAND OLD STATIONS & STEAM LOCOMOTIVES OF THE ULSTER AND DELAWARE Regularly $24.00 On sale until Feb 15th, 2018 or while supplies last.

John Ham and Robert Bucenec 104 pages hardcover

This volume looks at the railroad stations and steam locomotives used by the Ulster and Delaware. Well illustrated. Golf1

$ 20.00
GRAND RAPIDS, GRAND HAVEN AND MUSKEGON RY David Kindem and James Budzynski 128 pages softcover

The Grand Rapids, Grand Haven & Muskegon (GRGH&M) Railway was part of a network of electric railroads that spread across southern Michigan in the early part of the 20th century. For nearly 30 years, the railway connected Grand Rapids with Muskegon and Grand Haven on the Lake Michigan shore. The fast and frequent service it offered transformed life in Coopersville, Nunica, Berlin (now Marne), Fruitport, and other smaller communities along the way. In addition, the railway and the boats of the Goodrich and Crosby steamship lines provided an overnight connection with Chicago and Milwaukee. Moving both people and freight, this interurban had an important impact on both local and regional economies. Images of Rail: The Grand Rapids, Grand Haven & Muskegon Railway traces the history of the electric interurban in West Michigan, telling the story of the growth, operation, and eventual demise of an important electric railway in the region. Golf1

$ 21.50
GRAND TRUNK OF NEW ENGLAND TROUBLE ON TRACKS Jeff Holt 160 pages Softcover

This book looks at the wrecks and accidents suffered by the Grand Trunk in New England. This book looks at a variety of incidents including the collapse of the West Paris Bridge and the sabotage at Bryant's Pond. 160 photos. Golf1

$ 27.75
GRAND TRUNK WESTERN IN COLOR VOL 1 STEAM & GREEN Jerry Pinkepank 128 pages hardcover all color

This covers the Grand Trunk Western between 1941 and 1961. This all color tour of the railroad includes both steam and diesel locomotives and the Muskegon Car Ferries. Over 200 photos. Golf1

$ 48.75
GRAND TRUNK WESTERN IN COLOR VOL 2 VISUAL REDESIGN Jerry Pinkepank 128 pages hardcover all color

In 1960 the GTW image was remade from its conservative green color scheme. Witness this dramatic changeover as it overtakes everything from F7s to equipment, through the photography of Emery Gulash. Golf1

$ 48.75
GRAND TRUNK WESTERN POWER IN COLOR VOL 1 MODERN STEAM & FIRST GENERATION DIESELS Stephen Timko 128 pages hardcover

A look at the last bastion of mainline steam power in the U.S, side by side with Alco and EMD switchers, F3's, and first-generation roadswitchers. Includes the affiliated Detroit Terminal Railroad and merged Detroit & Toledo Shore Line Railroad. Golf1

$ 48.75
GRAND TRUNK WESTERN POWER IN COLOR VOL 2 SECOND GENERATION POWER Stephen Timko 128 pages hardcover

GTW's staid fleet of second generation SD40's and GP38's was disrupted in the 1980s by the inclusion of power from D&TSL, DT&I, CRI&P, P&LE, MP, and CNR. Golf1

$ 48.75
GREAT AMERICAN RAILROAD STORIES 256 pages hardcover

Great American Railroad Stories features articles initially published in Trains magazine over the past 75 years. Many of these popular stories have not been printed since their original appearance in the magazine. They lend rare historical insight into what it was like to ride passenger trains, work on the railroads, and grow up in an era of steam trains.The book includes Historical photos, The writings and reflections of founding Editor Al Kalmbach, David P. Morgan, Lucius Beebe, and other well-known contributors and Stirring narratives from those who actually lived their lives on the rails. Golf1

$ 36.75
GREAT LAKES TROLLEYS IN COLOR Robert Halperin 128 pages hardcover all color

This is an all color look at trolleys in the Great Lakes region. Includes lines from Buffalo, Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, Milwaukee, Rochester, Toledo and Toronto. Over 200 photos. Golf1

$ 48.75
GREAT NORTHERN Richard Yaremko 256 pages hardcover

Financier James J. Hill became known as the "Empire Builder" for expanding the Great Northern into a transcontinental mainline connecting the Great Lakes with Seattle and British Columbia. With the arrival of the diesel era, the Great Northern owned and experimented with locomotives from nearly every builder, right up to the Burlington Northern merger in 1970. From mainlines to branch lines, passenger and freight trains, this new book features some of the best color railroad photography of the steam-to-diesel transition era.

Due February Golf1

$ 75.50
GREAT NORTHERN PICTORIAL VOL 3 John Strauss Jr 152 pages hardcover

Featuring in depth passenger operations by one of GN's Traveling passenger Representatives. From the 1930's leading to the streamlined and dome eras. Rosters, schedules, connecting trains and the competition. Golf1

$ 45.50
GREAT NORTHERN PICTORIAL VOL. 6 FREIGHT GOES GREAT WHEN IT GOES GREAT NORTHERN John Strauss Jr 152 pages hardcover

This looks at the Great Northern's freight train operations. Included is a look at the steam, diesel and electric locomotives used in freight service, cattle cars, iron ore traffic, taconite and grain traffic. Well illustrated with some color photos. Golf1

$ 60.50
GREAT NORTHERN PICTORIAL VOL. 7 FASTER SCHEDULES- GREAT FOR FREIGHT John Strauss 152 pages hardcover

This book follows the Great Northern's freight service between 1966 and 1970. The book looks at the freight traffic, schedules and the impact of the BN Merger. Well illustrated-almost all color. Golf1

$ 60.50
GREAT NORTHERN EQUIPMENT COLOR PICTORIAL VOL 1 Scott Thompson 128 page hardcover

This is a guide to the Great Northern's Box Cars and Stock Cars. Well illustrated, all color. Golf1

$ 45.50
GREAT NORTHERN EQUIPMENT COLOR PICTORIAL VOL 3 Scott Thompson 128 pages hardcover all color

This volume covers the Great Northern's Western Fruit Express Refrigerator cars, Cabooses and Maintenance of Way Equipment. Well illustrated. Golf1

$ 45.50
GREAT NORTHERN IN COLOR VOL 1 LINES WEST David Hickcox 128 pages hardcover all color

An all-color examination of the GN and its diesel operations 1948-1970 in Washington, Oregon, British Columbia, Idaho and Montana. Golf1

$ 48.75
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY 1945-1970 PHOTO ARCHIVE 2ND EDITION Byron Olson 144 pages softcover

This new edition of Great Northern Railway: 1945-1970 Photo Archive includes the best images from the previous two-volume set originally published in 1998. The photographs is this collection were taken during the years following WW ll until the Great Northern became part of the new Burlington Northern in 1970. While the original books were printed in black-and-white, this new edition contains new color photos taken by the author during the 1950s and 1960s.

Due Winter Golf1

$ 34.75
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY FREIGHT CAR DIAGRAMS 1955 134 pages softcover

This contains diagrams of Great Northern Freight Cars. Includes box cars, stock cars, Flat Cars, Hoppers, Gondolas and ore cars. Golf1

$ 34.50
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY IN MARIAS PASS Dale Jones 128 pages hardcover

Montana's Marias Pass is the lowest rail crossing through the Rocky Mountains. The tracks snake through narrow canyons, traverse the swift Middle Fork of the Flathead River, and twist through numerous snowsheds and tunnels to crest the 5,213-foot Continental Divide. James Jerome Hill was the driving force behind Great Northern Railway's mission to find the most economical route to the Pacific coast, with surveyor John F. Stevens taking a major role in locating the pass. Browning is the eastern gateway into Marias Pass as the railroad approaches the Rocky Mountain Front; continuing west from Summit, the tracks parallel Bear Creek and the Middle Fork of the Flathead River downgrade through Essex to Glacier National Park and into the Flathead Valley. Golf1

$ 24.75
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST Regularly $19.50 On sale until Feb 15th, 2018 or while supplies last.

Jeff Wilson 128 pages softcover

Travel the GNR through rugged mountain passes and Big Sky scenery. Includes views of the Empire Builder, plus track map and schematics. Golf1

$ 15.00

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