Locomotive & Railway Preservation #60 1996 July Aug Practical tips for repair wo

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Locomotive & Railway Preservation #60 1996 July Aug Practical tips for repair wo
 
Locomotive & Railway Preservation Issue 60 July August 1996

Features
A Most Unusual Move
by LARD Staff
The Illinois Railway Museum continues to make news in innovative ways.
Glass Roofs and Dungeons
fry John Gruber
For many years, about 100 traveling photographers roamed North America in fully-equipped railroad photo cars. Much of their work still exists, illustrating the numerous ties between railroading, people, and places in the 19th and early 20th centuries.
In Profile: Mark Brennan
by Valerie Zehl
Beginning as a fireman in the old Erie-Lackawanna yard In Scranton, Pennsylvania, Mark Brennan's career has taken him to other places. Today he is at work again in that same yard, as Stearntown National Historic Site's "acting chief of railroad operations."
Visions of Orange Groves
by Pauf Hammond and John Smatlak
Over the past 40 years, the Orange Empire Railway Museum has grown into one of the continent's largest operating railway museums, pursuing a unique vision of how to collect, preserve, and interpret Southern California's railroading heritage.
Working with Wood, Part 4
Practical Tips for Repair Work
by Glenn Guerra
In this final installment, we'll explain how to establish two vitally important things before starting work: a projected end and the means to get there.

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