Confessions of a Train-Watcher Four decades of railroad writing By David Morgan
Confessions of a Train-Watcher Four decades of railroad writing By David Morgan
Confessions of a Train-Watcher Four decades of railroad writing By David Morgan
Confessions of a Train-Watcher Four decades of railroad writing By David Morgan
Confessions of a Train-Watcher Four decades of railroad writing By David Morgan
Confessions of a Train-Watcher Four decades of railroad writing By David Morgan
Confessions of a Train-Watcher Four decades of railroad writing By David Morgan
Confessions of a Train-Watcher Four decades of railroad writing By David Morgan

Confessions of a Train-Watcher Four decades of railroad writing By David Morgan

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Confessions of a Train-Watcher Four decades of railroad writing By David Morgan
 
Confessions of a Train-Watcher Four decades of railroad writing By David Morgan
From the pages of Trains Magazine
Hard Cover with dust jacket
Copyright 1997
160 pages

Foreword - Kevin P. Keefe 7
Train-watching
When the train left, the fun paled
(February 1982)  10
Dad said we were doing a mile a minute
(December 1959)  13
A place to watch trains (April 1958) 14
Where the West began (September 1959)  17
Confessions of a train-watcher (May 1957)  18
Reporting on the industry
Super-Power (January 1952) 24
All heat and sound and sweat (September 1984) .  33
The diesel that did it (February 1960) 34
Most famous of faces (May 1962) 39
If you knew Katy (August 1960) 40
Can Mr. B. Save Miss Katy? (August 1966) 41
We'll adjust but it won't be easy
(November 1969) 45
A conversation with A. E. Perlman (August 1974 and July 1983) 46
The railfan (March 1962)52
Why boys leave home (May 1953) 57
Biggest travel news since the 747?
(January 1974) 58
Travel
My finest train trip (April 1950) 62
Travel West, 1964 (October 1964) 68
This is it (April 1960) 73
The perfect passenger train (May 1966) 74
It's dying where it all began (January 1966) 78
Where the trains catch the spray from the
falling Zambesi (May 1966) 82
One afternoon in Austria (March 1964) 85
Amtraking west in search of the fast
Hying Scotsman (January 1972) 86
Essays and reminiscence
What was grand about Grand Trunk Western (March 1961) 96
The all-American railroad (December 1985) ... 102
Cincinnati Union Terminal: a memoir
(February 1972)  110
Milwaukee Road ... Lionel in 1:1 scale
(December 1977)  116
Gee whiz (March 1953)  121
My kind of town? (November 1984)  122
The mystique of electrification (July 1970)  126
Nobody else's RR (March 1990) 129
Tractive effort of the adjective (June 1956) .... 130
Before drive-ins and convertibles
(September 1958)  133
Nominating the New Haven (May 1983)  134
Southern in the streets (April 1979)  139
O Canada! oh yes! (November 1985)  140
There's a spot in my heart (May 1976)  143
Early on one frosty morain' (September 1989)  152
David P. Morgan, 1927-1990 (March 1990)- J. David Ingles  156
Trains, planes, and ships (June 1990 Flying)- Len Morgan159

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