Trains Magazine 1954 December When steam ruled the Blue Mountain SP commuter coa
Trains Magazine 1954 December When steam ruled the Blue Mountain SP commuter coa

Trains Magazine 1954 December When steam ruled the Blue Mountain SP commuter coa

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Trains Magazine 1954 December When steam ruled the Blue Mountain SP commuter coa
 
Trains 1954 December
Railroad news and editorial comment. By David P. Morgan.6
They're wondering out loud if the railroads won't be obliged to ask for subsidy.
Railroad news photos. -8
Including a new yard, Espee's commuter coach, demolition of a coal tower.
Shades of Tom Swift!-14
A tribute to when all the world was new and about to become electrified.
Is Pennsy really coming back? By David P. Morgan.16
Big Pennsy lost its punch after the war. Today it yearns for old glory and fame.
The greatest railroad builder of all. By Frank P. Donovan Jr.22
The story of James Jerome Hill - and the mark he put on the earth's face.
Photo section.31
Everything from hood units on the PRR to a rare old scene on the Canadian Pacific.
When steam ruled the Blue Mountains.
Photos by H. R. Griffiths.41
A flashback in photography to Union Pacific steam action high up in Oregon.
Trains do make music. By H. Reid.48
A man of music suggests that railroading re-creates many a familiar music score.
A brave engineer. Painting by Russell D. Porter.-50
"Jump, Sim, jump!" The speed doomed life and set the stage for high heroism.
Lima reclaims her own. By Harry L. Thomas.52
It is only fitting that the birthplace of the Shay should have one of its own.
Ore hauler. By Jim Scribbins. -54
Lake Superior & Ishpeming is one of the few U. S. roads still laying new track.

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