Railroad Magazine Complete Year 1999 Complete Year Railfan & Railroad

Railroad Magazine Complete Year 1999 Complete Year Railfan & Railroad

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Railfan & Railroad Magazine 1999 January
JANUARY 1999 VOLUME 18 NUMBER 1
RAILROAD / founded 1906 / volume 120 number 10
FEATURES
6 It was Grand at the Canyon by Mike Del Vecchio 8 Rails to Trails in Marshall Canyon by Bruce Kelly
32 Semaphore Salute-14 pages of Blades!
33 MRL's Surviving Semaphores by Bruce Kelly
38 The Southern Tier's Vanquished Sentinels
by Scott Snell
40 Hoosier Blades by Bradley McClelland
46 True Tales of the Rails
56 Train Time on the Pine Creek by Mike Del Vecchio 60 BC Rail Goes Hollywood by Tom Savio
64 More "Bat Trains" for Amtrak by Tom Savio
DEPARTMENTS
11 Fanmail/letters from readers 14 Timetable/events
18 Lineside Legacy/Another UP 4-8-4
23 Railroadiana/product news and reviews
24 Railfanning is:/humor
26 Railnews/news stories in detail 48 Book Depot/railroad book mart
50 On the Menu/New Year bodes well for rail dining
51 Railfun/Curt Katz
52 Camera Bag/Think Snow!
53 Museum & Tourist Line Directory
54 The Engineer's Seat/The keen boveene
55 Videos/videotape reviews
56 Switch List/classified advertising 58
Transit Currents/George M. Smerk 62
Markers/editorial commentary
64 Advertising Index/the railfan marketplace
65 Final Frame
on the cover:  CSX train R36, powered by SD50 8603 and C40-8 7745, was splitting the semaphores at the eastern end of Lyonsville siding at Lyonsville, Indiana, on March 17, 1995. Join Bruce Kelly, Brad McClelland, and Scott Snell this month as they pay homage to the vanishing semaphore. Photo by Brad McClelland.

Railfan & Railroad Magazine 1999 February
FEBRUARY 1999NOLUME 18 NUMBER 2
RAILROAD / founded 1906 / volume 120 number 11
FEATURES
6 The return of CPR steam? by Hal Lewis
8 Forty years of White Mountain steam
by Frederick G. Bailey
12 Hi-Tech Redneck by Joseph M. Calisi
30 Sherbrooke's Subdivisions: Part 1 by George Pitarys 36 Southern California's Regional Rail Renaissance by Bill Hough
46 The Great South Elizabeth Train Wreck
by John Yohannan
60 Grand Central is grand again by Joseph M. Calisi 62 Is this America's best rest stop? by Doug Harrop
64 Timing by Steve Barry
DEPARTMENTS
11 Fanmail/letters from readers
16 Timetable/events
18 Camera Bag/Projects
20 Lineside Legacy/"Milwaukee 992"
22 Railroadiana/product news and reviews 26 Railnews/news stories in detail
48 Book Depot/railroad book mart
50 On the Menu/All or one, One is all
51 Railfun/Curt Katz
51 We'd like you to meet/Hough, Pitarys 53 Museum & Tourist Line Directory
56 Videos/videotape reviews
56 Switch List/classified advertising
58 Transit Currents/George M. Smerk
62 Markers/editorial commentary
63 Railfanning is/humor
65 Advertising Index/the railfan marketplace 65 Final Frame
on the cover
Coaster F4OPHM-2C No.2102 was pushing southbound at Del Mar, California, on March 27, 1995, with a train from Oceanside bound for San Diego. Join Bill Hough on page 36 as he explores southern California's expanding Coaster commuter service. Photo by Alan Miller.


Railfan & Railroad Magazine 1999 March
MARCH 1999 VOLUME 18 NUMBER 3
RAILROAD / founded 1906 / volume 120 number 12
FEATURES
6 The Silverton Mixed by Steve Barry
10 The shape of things to come by Joe Calisi 30 Long Island City by Joe Greenstein
36 Railway Privatization: Mexico's Newest Revolution
by William C. Vantuono
44 Back Again! by James P. Bell
46 True Tales of the Rails
61 Grande Cab Revival by Darrell Arndt
64 All the way to Cape May by Steve Barry
DEPARTMENTS
10 Fanmail/letters from readers
12 Timetable/events
16 Lineside Legacy/Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum 19 We'd like you to meet/Greenstein, Vantuono
21 Railfanning is:/humor
22 The Engineer's Seat/The three-dollar lantern 26 Railnews/news stories in detail
48 Book Depot/railroad book mart
50 On the Menu/Minnesota Zephyr
51 Railfun/Curt Katz
52 Camera Bag/Learning on a 4x5
54 Railfan & Railroad Back Issue Bonanza
56 Railroadiana/product news and reviews
56 Switch List/classified advertising
58 Transit Currents/George M. Smerk
60 Videos/videotape reviews
61 Museum & Tourist Line Directory
62 Markers/editorial commentary
65 Advertising Index/the railfan marketplace
66 Final Frame
on the cover: Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge K-28 class 2-8-2 478 was returned to Rio Grande glory for a Rocky Mountain Railroad Club excursion on December 5, 1998, traversing the high line north of Rockwood, Colorado. For the complete story of the 1998 Silverton Mixed, see page 6. Photo by Steve Barry.

Railfan & Railroad Magazine 1999 April
APRIL 1999 VOLUME 18 NUMBER 4
RAILROAD / founded 1906 / volume 121 number 1
FEATURES
6 The Day I Met Saluda by Robert A. LaMay 24 True Tales of the Rails
30 Sherbrooke's Subdivisions Part Two
by George Pitarys
I Index to Volume 17/1998
36 Battling the Blizzard of '99 by Bob Gallegos
38 Riding SP's Pacific Coast Express by Dick Dorn
59 Steam with stacks by Tom Savio
60 Rocky Mountaineer Winter Trips by Tom Savio
DEPARTMENTS
11 Fanmail/letters from readers
12 Timetable/events
15 Lineside Legacy/Wilmington & Western 18 Railroadiana/product news and reviews 22 Railfanning is:/humor
26 Railnews/news stories in detail 44 Book Depot/railroad book mart
46 On the Menu/Doing things right
47 Railfun/Curt Katz
48 Videos/videotape reviews
50 Railfan & Railroad Back Issue Bonanza
52 Switch List/classified advertising 54 Transit Currents/George M. Smerk 57 Camera Bag/Locomotives indoors 57 Museum & Tourist Line Directory 59 Markers/editorial commentary
61 Advertising Index/the railfan marketplace
62 Final Frame
on the cover: St.Lawrence & Atlantic-Quebec trains 393 and 394 are performing a late power exchange at Bromptonville, meeting a CN SD75I and SD40-2. The CN pair will turn back for Montreal while M420W 3516 will lead No.394 east over StL&A-Q's new property. Join George Pitarys on page 30 as he concludes his two part series on the Sherbrooke Subdivision. Photo by George Pitarys.


Railfan & Railroad Magazine 1999 May
MAY 1999 VOLUME 18 NUMBER 5
RAILROAD / founded 1906 / volume 121 number 2
FEATURES
6 Not Fun by Charles J. Heraver
8 Streamlined Stamps by Mike Del Vecchio
24 The J Lends a Hand by Charles J. Heraver
30 Skunk Railroad:The California Western by Larry Cantrall 38 Not Fade Away by Andrew Nelson
40 On the Road by Tom Kelcec
DEPARTMENTS
10 Fanmail/letters from readers
12 Timetable/events
16 Lineside Legacy/Steam at Stone Mountain
19 Railfanning is:/humor
20 The Engineer's Seat/The flaming Alco 22 Railroadiana/product news and reviews 26 Railnews/news stories in detail
48 Book Depot/railroad book mart
50 On the Menu/Kentucky Derby Day Train
51 Railfun/Curt Katz
52 Camera Bag/ Variables and priorities
53 Videos/videotape reviews
54 Railfan & Railroad Back Issue Bonanza 56 Switch List/classified advertising
58 Transit Currents/George M. Smerk
61 Museum & Tourist Line Directory
62 Markers/editorial commentary
65 Advertising Index/the railfan marketplace
66 Final Frame
on the cover: California Western Railroad GP9 No.64 leads a westbound afternoon excursion train over the Noyo River in Ranch, California. Join Larry Cantrall as he details the operations of this interesting rail line which provides freight, passenger and even mail service to remote areas in northern California, beginning on page 30. Photograph by Larry Cantrall.


Railfan & Railroad Magazine 1999 June
JUNE 1999 VOLUME 18 NUMBER 6
RAILROAD / founded 1906 / volume 121 number 3
FEATURES
6 Amtrak's Midwest Corridor Initiative by Bob Gallegos 12 1999 Dinner Train Guide by James D. Porterfield
24 NRHS RailCamp at Steamtown by R.L. Eastwood, Jr. 30 Hull, Chelsea & Wakefield by Pierre Ozorak
36 East of Tehachapi: BNSF's Mojave Sub by Dave Burton 42 South Amboy Memories by Don Wood
50 UP 833 On the Move by Stan Jennings
62 Hershey Cuban Brill Cars Roll On by Vincent Reh
DEPARTMENTS
8 Camera Bag/Atmospheric perspective 11 Fanmail/letters from readers
16 Timetable/events
22 Videos/videotape reviews
23 Railfanning is:/humor
26 Railnews/news stories and photos
48 Book Depot/railroad book mart
50 Lineside Legacy/A Pennsy Decapod
51 Railfun/Curt Katz
52 We'd Like You to Meet/Pierre Ozorak
53 Railroadiana/product news and reviews 54 Railfan & Railroad Back Issue Bonanza 56 Switch List/classified advertising
58 Transit Currents/George M. Smerk 60 Museum & Tourist Line Directory
63 Markers/editorial commentary
65 Advertising Index/the railfan marketplace
66 Final Frame
on the cover: With the wind machines in the background, and Santa Fe Dash 9-44CW No.689 on the point, train S-RICH heads east on the Mojave Subdivision between Sandborn and Bissell. Dave Burton takes us to this surprisingly scenic, often overlooked California desert main line. Photograph by Dave Burton.


Railfan & Railroad Magazine 1999 July
JULY 1999 VOLUME 18 NUMBER 7
RAILROAD / founded 1906 / volume 121 number 4
FEATURES
6 CP Rail's Sunbury Line Reborn by Kevin Burkholder
10 Trouble on Tehachapi by Bruce Blackadar
24 True Tales of The Rails from Railroad magazine 30 The Funnel: BNSF's Idaho Main by Bruce Kelly 36 Twilight of the GMD1 s by John Leopard
42 The Business of Steam by Tom Kelcec
62 DM&E's Coal Line At Risk? by Bob Gallegos
DEPARTMENTS
11 Fanmail/letters from readers
12 Timetable/events
17 We'd Like You to Meet/John Leopard
18 The Engineer's Seat/The snake and the shifter 20
Railroadiana/product news and reviews
22 Lineside Legacy/Rockhill
Trolley Museum 26
Railnews/news stories and photos
48 Book Depot/railroad book mart
50 On The Menu/Cafe Lafayette Dinner Train
51 Railfun/Curt Katz
52 Camera Bag/High Risk-High Yield
55 Videos/videotape reviews
56 Switch List/classified advertising
58 Transit Currents/George M. Smerk 60 Museum & Tourist Line Directory
63 Markers/editorial commentary
63 Railfanning Is:/humor
65 Advertising Index/the railfan marketplace
66 Final Frame
on the cover
BNSF's capacity improvement project on The Funnel is in evidence as a westbound stack train, led by Dash 9-44CW's 963 and 1071, rolls along Lake Pend Oreille between Sandpoint and Algoma, Id



Railfan & Railroad Magazine 1999 August
AUGUST 1999 VOLUME 18 NUMBER 8
RAILROAD / founded 1906 / volume 121 number 5
FEATURES
6 Monticello's "model railroad" by George Fletcher
20 Army Railroading by John Rettman & Ronald Organek
22 Former Soo Steamer Suffers Damage by Jeff Terry 24 An Anachronism Appears by Curt Tillotson Jr.
30 Stockton Snapshot by Steve Schmollinger
38 Guilford's District 4 Revival by Ben Martin
44 Hooray for Dollywood by Dennis L. Peterson
52 Amtrak on Ice by George Fletcher
55 Bad Moon Rising by Steve Barry
DEPARTMENTS
10 Timetable/events
12 Fanmail/letters from readers
14 Lineside Legacy/Jackson Street Roundhouse
18 Railroadiana/product news and reviews
23 We'd Like You to Meet/Ben Martin 23 Railfanning Is:/humor
26 Railnews/news stories and photos 48 Book Depot/railroad book mart
50 On The MenulConway Scenic Dinner Train
51 Railfun/Curt Katz
53 Videos/videotape reviews
58 Transit Currents/news by George M. Smerk
60 Camera Bag/The Monticello Time Machine
61 Markers/editorial commentary
62 Museum & Tourist Line Directory
65 Advertising Index/the railfan marketplace
66 Final Frame
on the cover
Monticello Railway Museum's Wabash F7 No.1189 cuts a striking figure at the museum's Nelson's Crossing depot in Monticello, Illinois. Take a tour of Monticello's "model railroad" during their first-ever Photographer's Weekend, beginning on page 6. Photograph by Steve Barry.


Railfan & Railroad Magazine 1999 September
SEPTEMBER 1999 VOLUME 18 NUMBER 9
RAILROAD / founded 1906 / volume 121 number 6
FEATURES
6 The Naugatuck Railroad by Chris Kimler
8 Talgos in The Northwest by Steven J. Brown
22 Roanoke Chapter Equipment Vandalized by Ken Miller 24 FW&W: 103 Years and Running by Mike Del Vecchio 30 Photo Line Conrail's Final Days
38 Making the Midland by Wayne Kuchinsky & Carl Graves 44 Ghosts of Canada: F-units and More by Tom Savio 64 America's Greatest Generation by Steve Barry
DEPARTMENTS
10 Camera Bag/People in night shots
11 Fanmail/letters from readers
12 Timetable/events
16 The Engineer's Seat/The 1212 and a'38 Nash 21 We'd Like You to Meet/Kuchinsky, Graves
23 Videos/videotape reviews
23 Railfanning Is:/humor
26 Railnews/news stories and photos 48 Book Depot/railroad book mart
50 On The MenulNewport Dinner Train
51 Railfun/Curt Katz
52 Lineside Legacy/Canadian Pacific 2839
54 Advertising Index/the railfan marketplace
55 Railroadiana/product news and reviews
58 Transit Currents/news by George M. Smerk 60 Markers/editorial commentary
62 Museum & Tourist Line Directory 66 Final Frame
on the cover
On May 30, 1999, with the clock winding down on Conrail, SD50 No.6729 bursts out of State Line Tunnel with auto rack train ML-482 and into sunlight at milepost 165 on the Boston Line. We bid a fond farewell to Conrail with a special PHOTO LINE beginning on page 30. Photograph by Gary Schermerhorn.

Railfan & Railroad Magazine 1999 October
OCTOBER 1999 VOLUME 18 NUMBER 10
RAILROAD / founded 1906 / volume 121 number 7
FEATURES
6 California Steamin': The Road to Railfair '99 34 Today's Joint Line by Robert R. Harmen, D.D.S. 40 Railfair '99! 12 Pages of Complete Coverage:
40 Railfair Report by Jim Boyd
42 R&R's Railfair Night Photo Session
44 Railfair Roll Call
50 The Great Shay Race by Mike Del Vecchio 52 NRHS/R&LHS Joint Convention by Hal Lewis 60 Trains Return to Cape May
62 STeam on the Western Maryland by Steve Barry 64 The Last Atlantic Limited by George S. Pitarys 68 Adirondack Weekend by George Fletcher
DEPARTMENTS
14 Fanmail/letters from readers
16 Camera Bag/Opportunity
18 Timetable/events
23 Videos/videotape reviews
26 Lineside Legacy/Rio Grande Na169 30 Rai!news/news stories and photos
58 On The Menu/ 116 Years Apart
59 Railfun/cartoon by Curt Katz
60 Railroadiana/product news and reviews 62 Railfanning Is:/humor
66 Transit Currents/news by George M. Smerk 68 Museum & Tourist Line Directory
70 Markers/editorial commentary
74 Final Frame
on the cover
Graham County No.1925, owned by the North Carolina Transportation Museum , was the winner of The Great Shay Race" - just one of the many highlights of the Railfair '99 spectacular. See our complete coverage of Railfair beginning on page 40. Photograph by Mike Del Vecchio.

Railfan & Railroad Magazine 1999 November
november 1999/vol.l8no.11
RAILROAD / founded 1906 / vol. 121 no.8
features
7R&R's 25th Anniversary Special'
34Austria's Murtalbahn/Hal Carstens
38 The Railfan & Railroad Experience/Ted Rose
40 Lehigh & Hudson River/Jim Boyd
46 Photo Line
48Lima Revisited/Louis Marre
50Railfanning California Zephyr Style/Curt Katz
53Kimball, Ohio: 1999/Brad McClelland
60Columbus & Greenville/Louis R. Saillard
departments
6Fanmail/letters from readers
8 Timetable/events
18Lineside Legacy/National Railroad Museum
22The Engineer's Seat/The red trash bags...
25 Videos/videotape reviews
27 Camera Bag/25 years of Camera Bag
28Railroadiana/product news and reviews
28Railfanning is:/humor
30 Railnews/news stories and photos
54 Book Depot/railroad book mart
56 On the Menu/In The Bistro
57Railfun/Curt Katz
66 Transit Currents/George M. Smerk
68Markers/editorial commentary
69Museum & Tourist Line Directory/recreational railroading
71Advertising Index/the railfan marketplace
72Switch List/classified advertising
cover
The July 5, 1999, Steamtown excursion promoted as the RAILFAN & RAILROAD 25th Anniversary Special afforded this view at Devil's Hole which duplicated the cover of Volume 1, No.1. Steamtown's Canadian Pacific 4-6-2 No.2317 made for a suitable stand-in for Nickel Plate 759, Volume 1. No.1's cover star. Kodachrome by Mike Del Vecchio.



Railfan & Railroad Magazine 1999 December
Features
34 The Rectangle by Andrew S. Nelson
Located in the Mississippi River valley in Illinois and Iowa, the rectangle" offers a wealth of train-watching opportunity
with a daily parade of trains from Union Pacific, BNSF and IMRL.
40 Passenger Trains in the Piedmont by Ernest H. Rob!
North Carolina and Amtrak team up for innovative and expanding service in the Tarheel State.
48 The Lights of the Valley by Jay Potter
CSX's Grafton, West Virginia, operations after dark.
60 Durango & Silverton Railfest by Peter Smykla
Details on the narrow-gauge tourist line's first Railfest.
62 The 1999 Cover One Contest Winners
Presenting the Second Place winner and the nine Runners-Up in this year's RAILFAN & RAILROAD Cover One Contest.

Departments:
4 Publisher's Desk/commentary by Hal Carstens 6 Fanmail/letters from readers
8 Timetable/railfan events guide
16 Lineside Legacy/preservation news by Jeff Terry 20 Railroadiana/product news and reviews
22 Videos/videotape reviews
26 We'd Like You to Meet/Bruce Burton and Alan Jacobson 30 Railnews/news stories and photos
54 Book Depot/railroad book mart
55 On The Menu/dining by rail by James Porterfield 57 Railfun/Cartoon by Curt Katz
66 Transit Currents/transit news by George M. Smerk
68 Camera Bag/guide to railfan photography by Jim Boyd
69 Museum & Tourist Line Directory
71 Markers/editorial commentary
71 Advertising Index/the railfan marketplace
72 Railfanning Ishumor
74 Final Frame
on the cover
The 1999 Cover One Contest Winner: A late season snowfall in mid-March 1999 adds to the spectacular scene as CSX train Q210 crosses Hickory Creek just south of Morley, Tennessee. Photograph by Bruce Burton. See page 62 for the Second Place and Runner-Up finishers.

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