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Wabash in Color V.2
By Michael C. Kelly
Follow the Flag and examine more than 240 color photos of this classic railroad which left the Midwest rail landscape in 1964. The Wabash operated one of the more exotic diesel rosters and they’re all illustrated in this system-wide tour.
MS
$59.95
$45.95
Wabash Trackside with Emery Gulash
By Jerry A. Pinkepank
Follow the Wabash as its eclectic diesel fleet highballs hotshot auto traffic and fabled passenger trains. Our book celebrates the color work of fabled photographer Emery Gulash and continues as the N&W extends its paint and influence after the 1964 merger.
MS
$59.95
$45.95
Wabash / Nickel Plate / DT&I Color Guide to Freight & Passenger Equipment
By Jim Kinkaid
More than 300 color views of these Mid-Western fallen flags. Also includes AA, ART M&LS and NJI&I.
MS
$59.95
$45.95
Wabash
By Donald J. Heimburger
The 2,500 mile mid-American Wabash railroad is thoroughly detailed by Heimburger. The Wabash was the only east-west railroad from the eastern end of Lake Erie to Kansas City. In 13 chapters, this 8 1/2 x 11", 320-page hardbound book gives a complete history of the Wabash Railroad with 550 photos, a complete locomotive roster and a large appendix.
HEIM
$33.95
Wabash Power In Color
By Stephen M. Timko
Diesel power is covered in full from a single, small General Electric switcher, to the monster FM Train Masters. Includes an in-depth look at the Canadian F’s, and the second-generation orders from Alco, EMD, and GE—including units ordered by the Wabash but delivered as Norfolk & Western. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
$69.95
$53.95
Wabash Railroad Color Pictorial
By J. David Ingles
This new book by nationally known editor and photographer J. David Ingles features over 450 color photos, virtually all unpublished, from the mid-1950s past the 1964 Norfolk & Western merger. Coverage stretches from Buffalo to Kansas City with emphasis on Detroit, central Illinois, and St. Louis. included is a thumbnail history of the Wabash Railroad, and photo galleries featuring Wabash depots, passenger cars, freight cars, plus an index and system map.
144 pages, All Color, Hardcover.
4ways
$59.95
$47.95
Wallace W. Abbey A Life in Railroad Photography
By Kevin P. Keefe & Scott Lothers
Photos from 1940s-1970s. Abbey worked for SOO & Milw. and got photos that the average person couldn’t get. Was on staff of Trains in 1950’s.
Excellent b&w photos.
211 pages, B&W Photos, 10 1/2” x 10 1/4”. 211, Hardcover.
Ingr
$50.00
$35.98
West Florida Rails In Color Volume 1: The Emery Gulash Color Photography of ACL & SAL 1957-1967
By Jerry A. Pinkepank
Join master photographer Emery Gulash as he explored the west side of the Sunshine State during his winter vacations in a ten year period before the SCL merger.
MS
$59.95
$45.95
West Florida Rails In Color Volume 2: SCL-SBD 1970-1987
By Jerry Pinkepank
The post-merger operations of ACL and SAL are examined including the abandonment of duplicate mileage under the new SCL flag in West Florida.
MS
$59.95
$45.95
West Florida Rails In Color Volume 3: Bone Valley Phosphate Operations 1971-87
By Jerry Pinkepank
The motive power and phosphate operations in the Bone Valley of Florida are explained in detail by diesel authority Jerry Pinkepank in this concluding volume to the series. SBD System, CSX, shortlines!
MS
$59.95
$45.95
West to Omaha; A Concise History of Chicago to Omaha Passenger Train Service 1945-1971
By John Kelly
A concise history of Chicago-Omaha passenger train service, 1945 to 1971.
64 pages, B&W Photos, Softcover.
Spp
$19.95
$15.98
West Virginia Central & Pittsburgh Railway
By Alan Clarke
West Virginia Central and Pittsburg Railway – A Western Maryland Predecessor is a hardbound publication with 176 pages and 300 illustrations. This railroad became part of Western Maryland in 1905, forming most of the West Virginia portion of that road.
TLC
$32.95
$24.95
West Virginia Railroads Vol. 2 – Chesapeake & Ohio
By Thomas W. Dixon
This second volume deals exclusively with the C&O Railway in West Virginia during the Mid-20th Century era (1935-1965) and shows how C&O’s lines in West Virginia really worked and how they comprised the key element of the seven-state C&O system.
TLC
$29.95
$24.95
Western Maryland in Color V2
By Jeremy F. Plant
The best compilation of Western Maryland steam and early diesel to ever be assembled – and in full color! These rare images are spread through 128 pages and detailed by author Jerry Plant in glorious detail.
MS
$59.95
$45.95
Western Maryland Power In Color: The Diesel Years
By Robert J. Yanosey
Always a fan favorite because of its reach into some of the Northeast’s most scenic areas and its David role in the David-and-Goliath world of railroading, the Western Maryland was staffed by an eclectic assemblage of diesel locomotives, all meticulously maintained until the road was gradually assimilated into the Chessie System n the late 1970s. 128 pages, Color, Hardcover.
MS
$59.95
$45.95
Western Maryland Trackside
By Jeremy F. Plant
A color history of the Western Maryland in its last three decades through the camera lens of its Vice President of Operations, George M. Leilich. 128 pgs Hardcover
MS
$59.95
$45.95
Western Pacific Color Guide to Freight and Passenger Eqipment
By Jim Eager
More than 300 vintage color photos of the equipment roster of "the Feather River Route". From the flashy orange, black and silver box cars on its freight roster to the glittering of its equipment contributed to the CZ pool, WP was a class act. 128 pgs Hardcover
MS
$59.95
$45.95
Western Pacific Color Pictorial V.1
By Adam Clegg
Featuring WP steam and early diesel locomotives during the 1940′s, 50′s, & 60′s. Rare photos of the WP’s FT’s in their original green & yellow scheme; then to California Zephyr orange and silver colors. Also included is the short-lived Zephyrette, RDC cars and more. 128 pgs, Hardcover, All Color
4Ways
$49.95
$37.50
Western Pacific Color Pictorial V.2
By Adam Clegg
See WP’s F-units at work during the late-1960′s to early-1980′s, second generation diesels in both silver/orange and Perlman green. Also included is the prestigiousCalifornia Zephyr! 128 pgs, Hardcover, All Color
4Ways
$49.95
$37.50
Western Pacific's Final Decade 1972-1982
By Ted Benson
Witness the final decade of Western Pacific operations, 1972 to 1982, a time that many consider to be WP's finest days. You'll learn how WP faced a life-or-death battle in a rapidly evolving economy and then travel the full sweep of the railroad, from the spacious landscapes of Utah and Nevada to the beautiful Feather River Canyon, the rugged Inside Gateway, rich farmlands, the Altamont Pass, and the shore of San Francisco Bay. 240 pages, 400 B&W photographs, 12"x 9", hardcover.
Wrvr
$79.95
$62.98
Western Pacific in Color
By Jim Boyd
A wonderful chronological look at Western Pacific’s motive power development from the end of steam to the UP merger. Lots of great action!
MS
$59.95
$45.95
Western Pacific Power In Color
By Ed Mackinson
Diesels of the "Feather River Route" are examined on a unit-by-unit basis showing both roster and action shots in color, from the 1950s till the Union Pacific merger. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
$59.95
$45.95
Western Pacific Trackside with Bob Larson
By Tim Morris
Tour the “Feather River Route” with a WP engineer who was also mighty good with a camera. Bob Larson photographed everything from FTs to Bicentennial units across the entire system. 128 pgs Hardcover
MS
$54.95
$41.95
Western States Trolleys In Color
By Ed Ridolph
Rare glimpses of long gone traction operations in Dallas, El Paso, Oklahoma City, Sand Springs, Sapulpa, Miami, McAlester, Coffeyville, Overland Park, Bonner Springs, Kansas City, Omaha, Twin Cities, Valley City, Denver, Fort Collins, Salt Lake City, Ogden, Phoenix, Anaconda, and Portland. 128 pgs Hardcover
MS
$59.95
$45.95
Wheat Lines & Super Freights
By McMillian
Santa Fe in Color Series - Vol 2 covers operations of the Santa Fe in the states of Kansas, Oklahoma, and Colorado; packed with great photos, informative captions and end-sheet maps. List price $64.95, hardcover, all-color photos, 240 pages.
Mcmi
$64.95
$48.95
Wheeling & Lake Erie Railway In Color
By Matt Arnold
The Wheeling & Lake Erie Railway, the largest railroad based in Ohio, operates on over 800 miles of track in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia. Exclusively rostering EMD locomotives built from 1957-1986 with the majority painted in a Rio-Grande-inspired scheme, the W&LE has a distinct old school look.  128 pgs Hardcover
MS
$69.95
$53.95
White Pass & Yukon In Color
By Kevin J. Holland
North America’s most remote railroad is examined in all its beauty and unique operation. 128 pgs Hardcover
MS
$59.95
$45.95
Windy City to the Twin Cities; A Bulington Route/BN/BNSF Color Pictorial
By John Leopard
This book covers the busy and very scenic main line between Chicago and St. Paul/Minneapolis during the CB&Q / BN / early-BNSF time period. Captured by many of the area’s most talented rail photographers. Don’t miss all the action! 128 Pages, Hardcover, All Color
4Ways
$59.95
$45.95
Wisconsin Central Heritage V. 1
By John Leopard
Wisconsin Central Heritage Volume 1 begins with a history of America’s most successful regional railroad, including companies the WC purchased: Fox River Valley Railroad; Green Bay & Western; and Algoma Central. This is a subdivision by subdivision look at the system beginning at Chicago and working north to Fond du Lac, Neenah, Green Bay, Gladstone, and Sault Ste. Marie. This is more than a picture book with plenty of in depth analysis of train schedules, yard operations, and customer and shipper information. For historical perspective trains of each of the line’s previous operators are included: Soo Line, C&NW, Milwaukee Road. Volume 2 will cover the former C&NW upper-Michigan ore lines, the Algoma Central, and the remainder of the WC system including Stevens Point, Ashland, the Twin Cities of Minneapolis/St. Paul, and the Twin Ports of Duluth/Superior. 128 Pages, Hardcover, All Color
4Ways
$59.95
$45.95
Wisconsin Central Heritage V. 2
By John Leopard
Wisconsin Central Heritage Volume Two features chapters including; Algoma Central Railway “the Route of the Black Bear”, Soo Subdivision, Michipicoten Branch, Northern Subdivision, “Duck Creek North” former C&NW/UP Ore Lines, Ore Operations, Ecanaba, MI, Ore Subdivision, Iron Mountain Subdivision, Iron Ore = Trains Galore, Bradley Subdivision, The Paper Industry, Pulpwood, Ashland Subdivision, White Pine Subdivision, Bessemer Branch, Barron Subdivision, Rice Lake Subdivision, Neenah Subdivision, Stevens Point, Plover Subdivision, Whitehall Subdivision, Valley Subdivision, Wausau, Superior Subdivision, Medford Subdivision, C&NW Twin Ports Line Purchase, Superior and the Twin Ports, Minneapolis Subdivision, Twin Cities Terminal, Dresser Subdivision, and Osceola & St. Croix Valley Ry. This Volume is presented with extensive text and captions by author John Leopard, and 230 color photographs by many top recognized rail photographers. Don’t miss all the action!. 136 Pages, Hardcover, All Color
4Ways
$59.95
$45.95
Wisconsin Central In Color
By Dean Freimund
The Wisconsin Central, in existence from 1987-2001, was a regional railroad whose eclectic motive power and attractive paint scheme made it a fan favorite. This book displays WC's intriguing operations spanning its entire system, including its colorful acquisitions, with a collection of action shots and interesting viewpoints from several accomplished photographers. 128 pgs Hardcover
MS
$59.95
$45.95
Wisconsin Railroad Map
Handy guide to today's railroads in Wisconsin noted for their clarity, accuracy and ease of use. Designed for quick reference in the field in a narrow format that fits in your pocket or camera bag. Each page highlights a separate subdivision and follows the line throughout its length, crossing state boundaries as necessary. Nearby abandoned or unused routes are also shown as space allows.

Class Ones: Canadian National • Canadian Pacific • BNSF Railway • Union Pacific
Regionals/Shortlines: East Troy Railroad • Escanaba and Lake Superior • Tomahawk Railroad • Wisconsin Great Northern • Wisconsin Northern • Wisconsin & Southern
49 pages, Softcover.

Cent
$12.50
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