Classic Trains 2000 Summer Lake Erie Coal & Ore Trains Ads of the 20s
Classic Trains 2000 Summer Lake Erie Coal & Ore Trains Ads of the 20s
Classic Trains 2000 Summer Lake Erie Coal & Ore Trains Ads of the 20s

Classic Trains 2000 Summer Lake Erie Coal & Ore Trains Ads of the 20s

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Classic Trains 2000 Summer Lake Erie Coal & Ore Trains Ads of the 20s
 
Classic Trains Summer 2000 Vol 1 #2
Approx 98 pages

Glory Days: Over the Top By Robert S. McGonigal Green Southern Railway F units lift the Carolina Special up Saluda Grade.

Summer Frenzy on Lake Erie By Herbert H. Harwood Jr. Warm weather brought boom times for the railroads that moved coal and ore to and from Lake Erie ports.

One Afternoon at 75th Street By Willard A. Gardner In 1946, a station platform on the South Side of Chicago was a great place to see IC and NYC passenger trains.

Fond Farewells By Stan Kistler, J. David Ingles, Jim Scribbins, James A. Brown, Warren W. Wing Seven authors and photographers recall some memorable fantrips from the end of the steam era on SP, GTW, Soo Line, CPR, NP, PRR and B&M.

Port Jervis: A Place to Watch Trains By Karl Zimmermann In August 1957, two boys discovered the enduring charms of an Erie Railroad town.

Great Photographers: Colorado and Beyond with Dick Kindig By John Gruber
From big steam to narrow gauge, a great photographer from Denver caught it all.

City of Memphis: The Budget Streamliner By George Rieves After World War II, the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis couldn't wait for a new passenger train, so it built its own.

Photo Classics Color and black-and-white views of West Point Route steam, a Wabash Train Master, box-cab electrics, a 4-6-4 in flight, and more.

A Boy and the GM&O By Michael L. Gillespie How a teen-ager spent a summer as an unofficial depot apprentice at Independence, Mo.

Got Another One By Ed King A tale of a sly Norfolk & Western engineer and his 78-mph GP9's.

Classic Railroad Advertising: Selling the Standard Era By Michael Zega Part 1 in a series describes how the railroads first used color to promote their services.



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