Trains Magazine 1955 April Case of the Reluctant 4-8-4 Burlington Salada steam
Trains Magazine 1955 April Case of the Reluctant 4-8-4 Burlington Salada steam

Trains Magazine 1955 April Case of the Reluctant 4-8-4 Burlington Salada steam

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Trains Magazine 1955 April Case of the Reluctant 4-8-4 Burlington Salada steam
 
Trains Magazine 1955 April Case of the Reluctant 4-8-4
66 Pages
Railroad news and editorial comment. By David P. Morgan.6
A common carrier hauls anything, anywhere. Is this term becoming obsolete?
Railroad news photos. --8
The railroads stride forward and leave a few old friends behind in the process.
Elegy in a railroad station. By Christopher Morley.14
A tribute to the erstwhile railroad station that served Philadelphia long and well.
Rails toward the Arctic. By Peter C. Newman.16
The saga of this new rail line is one worthy of the days of early railroading.
The quick and the dead. Photographs by Philip R. Hastings
and commentary by David P. Morgan.22
The search for steam of September 1954 turns up the first Burlington steam power.
Whirled across the continent. By E. S. Stewart.27
Three and a half days from coast to coast: that was some railroading in 1876.
Photo section.--31
Railroading in all four corners of the United States: everywhere it looks good.
A steam school - in 1955? By H. Reid.-40
At Ft. Eustis, Va., the Army teaches men to railroad under any conditions.
Cleveland rides the "Rapid." By Herbert H. Harwood Jr.42
Here's an electric passenger railway that is running a profitable business in 1955.
When steam ruled Saluda.49
Southern Railway railroading on the steepest grade of a main line in this country.
The preservation of Illinois Terminal. By Arthur K. Atkinson.56
The president of the Wabash speaks for the railroads seeking to purchase IT.

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