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1993 Edition - the Official Locomotive Rosters & News
Kerr, James W.
ISBN: 0919295258
DPA - LTA Enterprises Inc. Canada 1993 Reprint
 Soft Cover unpaginated approx 80 pages   Very Good
Price: $29.95 (AUD)
Book Number: SP-2001  Bookseller: Train World Pty Ltd
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1994 - 95 Edition - the Official Locomotive Rosters & News
Kerr, James W.
ISBN: 0919295266
DPA - LTA Enterprises Inc. Canada 1994 First Edition
 Soft Cover unpaginated approx 80 pages   Very Good
Price: $29.70 (AUD)
Book Number: SP-2002  Bookseller: Train World Pty Ltd
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1995 - 96 Edition - the Official Locomotive Rosters & News
Kerr, James W.
ISBN: 0919295274
DPA - LTA Enterprises Inc. Canada 1995 First Edition
 Soft Cover unpaginated approx 80 pages - covers rubbed - The Official Locomotive Rosters & News, 1995-96 Edition by James W. Kerr presents the locomotive rosters of all North American railroads and railroad museums. The information here is brief and to the point. Each listing contains six columns : the locomotive numbers, total number of units, builder, original model or rebuild model (the Santa Fe CF7s, for example), original or rebuilt horsepower rating (or wheel arrangement for steam), and date built or rebuilt, when it results in a "new" locomotive, as with the CF7s.  Good
Price: $29.70 (AUD)
Book Number: SP-2003  Bookseller: Train World Pty Ltd
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31st Annual Steam Passenger Service Directory
Smith, Mark
ISBN: 0890243077
Kalmbach Publishing Co Waukesha, WI, USA 1996 First Edition
 Soft Cover 327 pages b/w photos - Travelers will enjoy this trip-planning guide to hundreds of tourist railroads, railroad museums, miniature live-steam railroads, and model train exhibits in the U.S. and Canada. Includes locations, operating hours, admission prices, and discount coupons for many attractions.  As New
Price: $10.00 (AUD)
Book Number: SP-2008  Bookseller: Train World Pty Ltd
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32nd Annual Steam Passenger Service Directory - A Guide to Tourist Railroads and Railroad Museums
Lafountain, Julie
ISBN: 0890243093
Kalmbach Publishing Co Waukesha, WI, USA 1997 First Edition
 Soft Cover 404 pages b/w photos - Travelers will enjoy this trip-planning guide to hundreds of tourist railroads, railroad museums, miniature live-steam railroads, and model train exhibits in the U.S. and Canada. Includes locations, operating hours, admission prices, and discount coupons for many attractions.  As New
Price: $10.00 (AUD)
Book Number: SP-2013  Bookseller: Train World Pty Ltd
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722 Miles - the Building of the Subways and How They Transformed New York
Hood, Clifton
ISBN: 0801880548
The John Hopkins Uni Press Baltimore USA 2004 Reprint
 Soft Cover 335 pages profusely illustrated b/w photos - In this definitive history, Clifton Hood traces the complex and fascinating story of the New York City subway system, one of the urban engineering marvels of the twentieth century. For the subway's centennial the author supplies a new foreward explaining that now, after a century, "we can see more clearly than ever that this rapid transit system is among the twentieth century's greatest urban achievements  New
Price: $30.60 (AUD)
Book Number: UHH-002  Bookseller: Train World Pty Ltd
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A Road to Riches - the Randsburg Railway Company and Mining District
Serpico, Phil
ISBN: 0884180123
Omni Publications Palmdale California USA 2004 First Edition
 Laminated Pictorial Boards 112 pages with more than 150 black and white photographs and illustrations including maps, railroad timetables and station plans. Historic epic of California desert railroading and operations in the Rand Mining District from 1897 to 1934. Story of the Randsburg Railway Company which was built from Kramer to Johannesburg, California by private interests to serve the rich mining district.  New
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Alco FA-2 - Diesel Data Series Book 2 - Plans Photos Roster Variations
Peck, David
Hundman Publishing Mukilteo Washington USA 1990 First Edition
A4 Soft Cover 18 pages profusely illustrated b/w photos line drawings comes complete with 3 holes for filing - as printed and published - date approximate - The ALCO FA was a family of B-B diesel locomotives designed to haul freight trains. The locomotives were built by a partnership of ALCO and GE in Schenectady, New York, between January 1946 and May 1959. They were of a cab unit design, and both cab-equipped lead (A unit) FA and cabless booster (B unit) FB models were built. A dual passenger-freight version, the FPA/FPB, was also offered. It was equipped with a steam generator for heating passenger cars. Externally, the FA and FB models looked very similar to the ALCO PA models produced in the same period. Both the FA and PA models were styled by GE's Ray Patten. They shared many of the same characteristics both aesthetically and mechanically. It was the locomotive's mechanical qualities (the ALCO 244 V-12 prime mover) and newer locomotive models from both General Motors Electro-Motive Division (EMD) and General Electric (the partnership with ALCO was dissolved in 1953) that ultimately led to the retirement of the FA/FB locomotive model from revenue service. Several examples of FAs and FBs have been preserved in railroad museums, a few of them in operational status on such lines as the Grand Canyon Railway and the Napa Valley Wine Train. The FAs, as well as their cousins, the ALCO PAs, were born as a result of Alco's development of a new diesel engine design, the Model 244. In early 1944, development started on the new design, and by November 1945, the first engines were beginning to undergo tests. This unusually short testing sequence was brought about by the decision of Alco's senior management that the engine and an associated line of road locomotives had to be introduced no later than the end of 1946. In preparation for this deadline, by January 1946, the first four locomotives with the 244 engines had been built. Two FA-1s and an FB-1 were painted in Alco Demonstrator colors and were released for road tests for a month and a half on the Delaware and Hudson Railway. A strike at Alco delayed production beyond the first four units and delivery of the first units, to the Gulf, Mobile and Ohio Railroad, began in May 1946, and continued into early 1947, totaling 80 units. At the end of this run, Alco upgraded the generators in the locomotives, with the first of these models entering service in February 1947 for the New York Central. In 1950, the Montreal Locomotive Works, an affiliate of Alco, began production of FAs as well. In the Fall of 1950, an upgraded model, the FA-2, was launched. This model featured an uprated Model 244 engine, with an output of 1600 horsepower. Additionally, the carbody was lengthened, making possible the addition of a steam generator in the A unit to allow for passenger service. Models equipped as such were designated the FPA-2/FPB-2. The first FA-2s were delivered in October 1950 to the Baltimore and Ohio and the Erie. By this time, however, the cab unit had fallen out of favor due to the greater versatility of road switchers, and U S production of the FA line ended in 1956, with Canadian production ending in 1959.  Good
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Book Number: UHUN-FA2  Bookseller: Train World Pty Ltd
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Atlantic Coast Line in Color
McClure, William G.
ISBN: 1582484384
Morning Sun Books Inc. Scotch Plains, New Jersey, U.S.A. 2014 First Edition
 Hard Cover 128 Pages with Colour Photos. Purple and Silver- A strange color combination that adorns many diesels in this rare look back at the "Coast Line". Follow its operations right up to the 1967 merger with Seaboard Air...  New
Price: $118.00 (AUD)
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Baltimore & Ohio Railroad
Reynolds, Kirk & Oroszi, Dave
ISBN: 0760307466
MBI Publishing St. Paul MN USA 2000 Reprint
 Soft Cover 128 pages colour photos - Formed in 1828, the Baltimore & Ohio was America's first railroad. In the 20th century, the B&O gained notoriety for great passenger trains like the Capitol Limited, innovative technology, and a flair for aesthetic touches. This authoritative and highly visual retrospective spans the railroad's entire history through its current operation in the form of CSX Transportation. Color photography, both period and modern, along with rare archival photos, depict B&O memorabilia, promotional materials and, of course, the trains themselves. Detailed information on the company's history, trains, passenger cars, and rolling stock make this an ideal reference for B&O enthusiasts, modelers, and general railroad historians.  New
Price: $36.30 (AUD)
Book Number: UHH-019  Bookseller: Train World Pty Ltd
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Cagney's Locomotive Works
Not Stated
ISBN: 1871980372
Plateway Press Norwich, Norfolk, England 1998 Facsimilie Reprint
 Soft Cover 48 pages b/w photos - A facsimile of Cagney's 1901 catalogue of 'Miniature & Standard Locomotives, Portable & Permanent Railways'. It incorporates a reprint of the works' illustrated catalogue, along with other articles, photographs and period covers  As New
Price: $23.10 (AUD)
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Chesapeake & Ohio Color Pictorial - Volume Two
Stegmaier, Harry
ISBN: 1885614640
Four Ways West Publications California, USA 2005 First Edition
 Laminated Pictorial Boards 128 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - Featured are chapters on "The Sunset Years of C&O's E-unit Fleet", "The Ebb Tide of C&O First Generation Freight Power", "Heavy Duty Road Switchers", "Aging Fleet of Yard Switchers", "Alcos New and Old", "C&O Second Generation Diesels - Both 4 and 6 Axle Units", "GE cracks the EMD Stronghold", and "Electric Ore Dock Pushers and Car Ferries", and much more. Featuring the era just prior to the merger with the Baltamore & Ohio. Remember, Four Ways West Publications always presents many more great color photographs.   New
Price: $85.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 4W-010  Bookseller: Train World Pty Ltd
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Chicago and North Western in Color - Volume 3 1959 - 1964
Keyser, Lloyd A. & Borleske, Phil
ISBN: 1582481504
Morning Sun Books Inc. United States of America 2005 First Edition
 Hard Cover 128 pages colour photos - All-colour photo album using material from a number of collections covering the C&NW during the years of the black and yellow liveries and the use of first generation diesels. Detailed captions and additional text relate the background to these top quality images.  New
Price: $95.65 (AUD)
Book Number: 484-1142  Bookseller: Train World Pty Ltd
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Chicago St. Paul Minneapolis & Omaha Railway 1880 - 1940
Letourneau, P. A.
ISBN: 1882256670
Iconografix Hudson Wisconsin USA 1997 First Edition
 Soft Cover 126 pages profusely illustrated b/w photos - The Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha Railway was one of the Upper Midwest's foremost freight and passenger lines, eventually merged into the Chicago and Northwesters. A collection of photos from the State Historical Society of Wisconsin that includes steam engines, rolling stock, depots, shops, yards, tunnel and line construction.  New
Price: $52.65 (AUD)
Book Number: UHH-032  Bookseller: Train World Pty Ltd
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Chicago Stations & Trains Photo Archive
Kelly, John
ISBN: 1583882162
Iconografix Hudson Wisconsin USA 2008 First Edition
 Soft Cover 126 pages b/w photos - No other American city has had such a fascinating group of railroad passenger stations as Chicago. This book highlights Chicago's six major railroad stations and the trains that served them. Included are Dearborn Station, Grand Central Station, Central Station, La Salle Street Station, North Western Station, and Union Station. During the heyday of passenger trains, Chicago was the undisputed rail center of the United States and its railroad stations were the gateway to anywhere and everywhere. Chicago's railroad stations featured superb architecture with marble floors and staircases, while restaurants, newsstands and shops filled the concourse areas. Steel latticework beams helped support glass-domed roofs and public address systems echoed train information throughout the high-ceiling stations. Huge station clocks loomed above the brass and neon train bulletin boards that listed ''On Time'' trains. Beyond the boarding gates, the constant parade of trains sounded with clanging bells and rumbling steel wheels. Historic photographs feature name trains like Super Chief, Capitol Limited, 20th Century Limited, Broadway Limited, California Zephyr, Hiawatha, 400, and City of Denver. Included are maps, station drawings, timetables and promotional advertising.  New
Price: $59.95 (AUD)
Book Number: RP-2160  Bookseller: Train World Pty Ltd
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Colorado's Modern Narrow Gauge Circle
Monroe, Gregory
ISBN: 096041228X
Fox Publications Arvada, Coloado 2001 Reprint
 Hard Cover 96 pages profusely illustrated sepia toned photos - contemporary look at the three surviving major narrow gauge steam railroads operating in Colorado and New Mexico : Picotiral account of the three surviving Colorado narrow gauge railways - The Cumbres & Toltec Scenic, Durango and Silverton and the Georgetown Loop.  New
Price: $68.95 (AUD)
Book Number: UOP-17  Bookseller: Train World Pty Ltd
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Dixie Lines - the Louisville & Nashville Railroad
Oroszi, David P. & Flanary, Ron
ISBN: 0945434669
Hundman Publishing Mukilteo Washington USA 2003 First Edition
 Hard Cover 160 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - This beautiful book features an all-color tour of the system from Chicago to the Gulf Coast, and St. Louis to the Appalachian Mountains.  New
Price: $103.95 (AUD)
Book Number: UHUN-LN  Bookseller: Train World Pty Ltd
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EMD's BL2 - Diesel Data Series Book 3 - Plans Photos Roster Variations
Hundman, R.
Hundman Publishing Mukilteo Washington USA 1998 First Edition
A4 Soft Cover 18 pages profusely illustrated b/w photos line drawings comes complete with 3 holes for filing - as printed and published - date approximate - The EMD BL2 was a four-axle B-B road switcher built by General Motors Electro-Motive Division (EMD). Often considered the "Ugly Duckling" of diesel offerings from EMD, the BL2 set the stage for the company's widely successful GP series of locomotives. EMD's diesel program was well underway in the late 1940s and early 1950s, thanks to the success of the company's FT demonstrations across the country. While the F-units in production were great for moving trains over the railroad, their full-width carbody made it difficult for locomotive crews to see to the rear of the locomotive. The F-units also lacked anywhere for a brakeman or switchman to stand and ride short distances while performing switching duties. The F-units did have grab irons and stirrup steps, but these features were a hindrance in locations with tight clearances. Since the engine inside the locomotive's hood didn't take up the full carbody width, it seemed only logical that the hood could be "cut away" a bit to allow the crew to see and ride safely. This wasn't an entirely new idea either, as the Pennsylvania Railroad's GG1 fleet, which featured large cutout sections in its hoods, had been in service since 1934. Another problem facing EMD was that ALCO was making inroads into a market that EMD would have liked to keep to themselves; ALCO's RS series road-switchers were starting to take over many of the tasks that EMD wanted to fulfill with their own locomotives. Likewise, Baldwin and Fairbanks-Morse had started their own models of road-switchers. EMD's designers and engineers set to work and came up with the carbody reminiscent of the GG1 with mechanics that contained the technical knowledge they had learned with the company's F-unit series. Starting from an F3, the product of their efforts became the BL1 EMD Demonstrator #499. The BL in the locomotive's model name officially stood for "Branch Line", indicating that EMD felt the locomotive was best suited for light traffic and frequent switching chores. The BL1 and BL2 differed only in mechanical details. The only BL1 was built with an air-actuated throttle and could not MU with other units. The air throttle was replaced with a standard electrically-actuated throttle and became essentially a BL2. The production BL2 used the standard electrically actuated throttle as used in the F3 and 58 BL2s were built and sold to a few railroads, primarily in the eastern and midwestern United States. This model of locomotive was sold for both freight and passenger service and the locomotive's intended purpose could be easily identified by the presence or absence of an exhaust stack between the two windshield panes. This exhaust stack was for the steam generator on passenger service units. Limiting the locomotive's success were several mechanical and ergonomic features. The mechanical components within the engine compartment were difficult to access and maintain, reducing its appeal among railroad shop crews. The locomotive's carbody lacked the full-length walkways of subsequent GP diesels, making it difficult for the brakeman or switchman to move from one point on the locomotive to another during switching operations. Finally, although the industrial designers at EMD tried to build a carbody that evoked high-class passenger trains while retaining the utilitarianism of railroad work, the visual design never quite caught on. However, even though the BL2 didn't succeed very well, EMD's engineers learned quite a bit from the endeavor and incorporated all of the good ideas from it into the company's widely successful GP series of locomotives.  Good
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Book Number: UHUN-BL2  Bookseller: Train World Pty Ltd
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EMD's GP15 - Diesel Data Series Book 5 - Plans Photos Roster Variations
Peck, David
Hundman Publishing Mukilteo Washington USA 1990 First Edition
A4 Soft Cover 34 pages profusely illustrated b/w photos line drawings comes complete with 3 holes for filing - as printed and published - date approximate - The EMD GP15-1 was a 4-axle diesel locomotive built by General Motors Electro-Motive Division between June, 1976 and March, 1982. Intended to provide an alternative to the rebuilding programs that many railroads were applying to their early road switchers, it is generally employed as a yard switcher or light road switcher. This locomotive is powered by a 12-cylinder EMD 645E engine, which generates 1,500 horsepower (1,119 kW). The GP15-1 uses a 50' 9" (15.47 m) frame, has a wheelbase of 29' 9" (9.07 m) and has a length over couplers of 54' 11" (16.74 m). A total of 310 units were built for American railroads. A number of GP15-1s remain in service today for yard work and light road duty.  Good
Price: $23.95 (AUD)
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EMD's SD24 - Diesel Data Series Book 4 - Plans Photos Roster Variations
Not Stated
Hundman Publishing Mukilteo Washington USA 1990 First Edition
A4 Soft Cover 18 pages profusely illustrated b/w photos line drawings comes complete with 3 holes for filing - as printed and published - date approximate - The EMD SD24 was a 2,400 hp (1,800 kW) C-C diesel locomotive built by General Motors' Electro-Motive Division of La Grange, Illinois between July, 1958 and March, 1963. A total of 224 units were built for customers in the United States, comprising 179 regular, cab-equipped locomotives and 45 cabless B units. The latter were built solely for the Union Pacific Railroad.The SD24 was the first EMD locomotive to be built with an EMD turbocharged diesel engine, sixteen months before the four-axle (B-B) model GP20. Power output was substantially higher than the 1,800 hp (1,350 kW) of the concurrent Roots blower-equipped SD18s with the same engine displacement. In terms of sales, the SD24 was only a moderate success, and few had long service lives in SD24 configuration (though a few rebuilds are still in operation), but the SD24 was a milestone in EMD locomotive development and the forerunner to today's high-powered six-axle locomotives   Good
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Fiddletown & Copperopolis
Fallberg, Carl
ISBN: 0911581049
Heimburger House Publishing CO. Forest Park, Illinois, USA 1998 Reprint
 Soft Cover 144 pages - This delightful collection of railroad cartoons by Fallberg of Walt Disney fame illustrates the trails and tribulations of a narrow gauge 'uncommon' carrier. To anyone familiar with the lore of America's three-foot railroad lines, the feeling persists that within these pages lies a disguised pictorial history of prototype narrow gauge railroads in a very humorous vein. The key word in Fallberg's illustrations is exaggeration.  New
Price: $26.95 (AUD)
Book Number: UHH-053  Bookseller: Train World Pty Ltd
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Freight Trains of the Upper Mississippi River - Photo archive
Kelly, John
ISBN: 1583881360
Iconografix Hudson Wisconsin USA 2005 First Edition
 Soft Cover 126 pages profusely illustrated b/w photos - The upper Mississippi River route is a non-stop parade of heavy tonnage freight trains carrying intermodal containers, piggyback trailers, coal, taconite, grain, and automobiles. Magnificent scenery, delightful river towns and plenty of trains are shown along the historic upper Mississippi routes. Included are the rail lines of Burlington Northern Santa Fe, Canadian Pacific Railway, Iowa, Chicago & Eastern and predecessor lines Burlington Northern, Milwaukee Road, and Soo Line  New
Price: $52.95 (AUD)
Book Number: UHH-055  Bookseller: Train World Pty Ltd
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From Golden Spike to Amtrak : American Railroads in Retrospect
Fiddian, Marc
ISBN: 0959631658
Pakenham Gazette Pakenham, VIC, Australia 1984 First Edition
 Soft Cover 107 pages b/w photos  As New
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Book Number: AMFB-20  Bookseller: Train World Pty Ltd
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General Electric Industrial Locomotives 1924 - 1978 - 300 Photographs
Kerr, O. M.
ISBN: 0919295398
DPA - LTA Enterprises Inc. Canada 2004 First Edition
 Soft Cover unpaginated approx 80 pages b/w photos and titles to photos - GE Transportation is the largest producer of diesel-electric locomotives for both freight and passenger applications in North America. It also produces related products, such as railroad signaling equipment, and parts for locomotives and railroad cars, as well as providing repair services for GE and other locomotives.  New
Price: $42.95 (AUD)
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General Motors Phenomenal SD40 Series Diesel Electric Locomotives - Worlds Most Popular Diesel Electric Locomotive of All Time
Kerr, James W.
ISBN: 0919295428
DPA - LTA Enterprises Inc. Canada 2004 Reprint
 Soft Cover 100 pages b/w photos - includes engineer operator manual - Brief histories of the SD40 & SD40-2 is followed by Illustrations of the 645 engine and major components. General descriptions of the SD40-2 Model Locomotive, illustrated rosters of operators, engineering drawings of the SD40-2 Deluxe Canadian Cab Model and SD40-2 Engineer Operating manual are all featured. A wealth of detail to satisfy all even the most technically minded.  New
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General Motors Streamlined Diesel - Electric Locomotives 1930's to the 1950's
Kerr, James W.
ISBN: 091929541X
DPA - LTA Enterprises Inc. Canada 2004 Reprint
 Soft Cover 150 pages b/w photos - includes over 250 large choice builders photgraphs covering the classic E and F models - Pre-E and F Model Locomotives, with GM engines, some built by outside builders...E and F Model Locomotives in Alphabetical Order of Railway Operators and Ascending Numerical Road Nos. Quick Illustrated Reference to the Scarcer E and F models, EA, E1A, E2A, E3A E4A, Fta, F2A, F5A, F7B, F9B, FL9A   New
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Green Bay & Western
Mailer, Stan
ISBN: 0945434014
Hundman Publishing Mukilteo Washington USA 1989 First Edition
 Hard Cover 354 pages profusely illustrated b/w photos - The first 111 years of a Wisconsin bridge route railroad and its struggles, from its beginning just after the Civil War to the ALCO Glory Days.  New
Price: $74.25 (AUD)
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Heartland
McDonald, Greg
ISBN: 1550460641
Boston Mills Press / Stoddart USA 1993 First Edition
 Hard Cover 164 pages - Photographs by Greg McDonnell and other rail photographers capture the essence and spirit of railroading in America's heartland : Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Wisconsin  As New
Price: $88.00 (AUD)
Book Number: SP-2016  Bookseller: Train World Pty Ltd
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Homage to the Santa Fe - the Many Facets of Big Time Railroading
Armitage, Merle
Omni Publications Hawthorne California USA 1986 Reprint
 Hard Cover 141 pages b/w photos - First published in 1973 following the 1971 Amtrak takeover of America's passenger train service. Over 125 b&w photographs and illustrations accompany sections on steam and diesel motive power, streamliners and rolling stock, as well as information on company executives, advertising and Southwest Indian crafts and related lore. Very interesting and crammed full with tidbits of railroadiana.  New
Price: $36.00 (AUD)
Book Number: UOP-06  Bookseller: Train World Pty Ltd
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Illinois Central Color Pictorial - Volume One - Passenger Service
Downey, Clifford J.
ISBN: 1885614497
Four Ways West Publications California, USA 2002 First Edition
 Laminated Pictorial Boards 128 pages This book features IC's passenger operations during the diesel era. There are 235 color photographs in chapters featuring the Chicago Terminal and Electric MU Suburban trains, the Carbondale Connection, and all trains operating the lines between Chicago and New Orleans, Florida, St. Louis, and Iowa. Each of the six chapters features extensive text describing passenger operations on the various routes. Operations vary from GP9s heading the Land O'Corn, to E-units pulling the famous Green Diamond and the City of New Orleans. This is absolutely one of the most colorful passenger train books published.   New
Price: $85.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 4W-021  Bookseller: Train World Pty Ltd
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