Railway Age 1965 August 9 / 16 Weekly Southern multi-unit  Research & tomorrows
Railway Age 1965 August 9 / 16 Weekly Southern multi-unit  Research & tomorrows

Railway Age 1965 August 9 / 16 Weekly Southern multi-unit Research & tomorrows

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Railway Age 1965 August 9 / 16 Weekly Southern multi-unit Research & tomorrows
 
Railway Age Weekly August 9/16 1965 Vol 159 No 6
CONTENTS
UP-RI: The fight gets warmer
Rio Grande's maneuvers (among numerous others) are piling new complications on top of old ones. p.11
Steel: A bid for the transit dollar
U.S. Steel has put its own transit show on the road-including a full-scale mock-up of a steel-and-glass car. p.15
Research-and tomorrow's railroads
The technical shape of future railroading is discussed by the AAR's W. M. Keller. p.16
Machines triple tie output
A CPR gang of 20 men, equipped with six machines, inserts an average of 630 ties a day. p.20
Rack cars go down to the sea with ships
Special new cars have permitted Stanray Corp. to consolidate all its boat production in one plant. p.30
World's largest hopper ready for test
The Southern's all-aluminum giant is the first ever produced by an aerospace company. p.34
WM: A `natural partner' of C&O-B&O
An ICC examiner, recommending release of B&O's trusteed WM stock, cites the changing times. p.40
The Action Page-A `railroad bureau' in Washington?
Public interest requires that government provide itself with spokesmanship for railroads. p.48
Departments
Freight Carloadings  43
Monday Morning Report  8
New Equipment  43
People in the News  36
Railroading After Hours  31
Railway Market  43
Short and Significant   7
Supply Trade  46
The Action Page  48
Watching Washington  40
You Ought to Know  44

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