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Lionel Guide 2020

Greenberg’s Lionel Pocket Price Guide 2020
Market prices change every year, so toy train enthusiasts need to know what their collections are currently worth. Now in its 40th edition, the Lionel Trains Pocket Price Guide 1901-2020 is packed with:
• The latest market values for prewar, postwar, modern, and tinplate trains, as well as postwar boxes and sets.
• Easy-to-read pages that allow collectors to record prices inside the book.
• More than 1,500 updated postwar prices
• 800 Lionel Corp. Tinplate items
• Box section with 1,400 listings
• 900 special production items
• 12,000 modern-era products
• 448 pages






Secret Places V1

Colorado Rail Annual No. 18: Railroading in The Rockies a Half Century Ago
Eastward Ho: A Tale of Two Young Californians' Journey to Colorado by Ted Wurm. Bob Gray and Ted Wurm headed to Colorado in 1939 to see railroading in Colorado. Westward Ho: A Record of a Coloradoan's Rail Photo Safari Across the Rockies by John W. Maxwell. Great B&W photographs of Rio Grande standard and narrow gauge, Union Pacific mainline and branch line action. On Line: Three Years in a Santa Fe Business Car by Edward Mahoney. At the young age of 17 Edward Mahoney began his Santa Fe Railway career as a secretary for a division superintendent. He traveled on-line in Kansas, Texas, Oklahoma, Colorado and New Mexico in the years 1919-1922. 221 pages, B&W, Hardcover






Secret Places V1

Rio Grande Secret Places Vol. 1: The Tunnel District
By R.C.Farewell
Although much of the Rio Grande's standard gauge route between Denver and Salt Lake City has been well-documented over the years, some regions of the mainline have been overlooked. R.C. Farewell has spent nearly nine years documenting these overlooked areas, assembling vintage as well as current views and uncovering pertinent historical data. This accumulation of material is presented here in the first of a two Volume set on Rio Grande's secret places. This Volume covers the Tunnel District of Colorado's front range. Included are over 150 striking images from this region, including nearly 30 in color. Described and illustrated are historical foundations of the present route, as well as past and current operations over the line. photographs include both steam and diesel, providing views of Denver & Salt Lake, Denver & Rio Grande Western and Southern Pacific. 200 pages, Hardcover.






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By James L. Ehernberger and Francis G. Gschwind
© 1973 E.G. Publications. Long out of print. Ehernberger found in his warehouse. Blue Hcvr, gold lettering on cover, no dust jacket. 128 page b&w photos. “How the UP met the challenge of the Rocky Mtns. and Sherman Hill, both during the initial and subsequent periods of construction and its operational procedures over this natural barrier.” B&W photos, elevations, locos operated, maps, bibliography and index. Map endpapers. 14 copies only. All have a minor flaw. Folded/bent bottom right corners on two or three pages only. Pages are complete, nothing missing. Other than 2 or 3 pages, rest of book is fine.





Union Pacific's Topeka Rails

Union Pacific’s Topeka Rails
By Robert P. Olmsted
This book features the best of the author's photography taken of the Union Pacific and Rock Island (via trackage rights) diesel era in the Topeka, Kansas, vicinity from the mid-1960s through the contemporary era. It includes coverage of passenger and freight train action in the vicinity of the UP Topeka depot, which served as an active passenger station until 1971. It is today a major rail museum known as the Great Overland Station. This study in black and white, of which the author is noted for his many books in this format, looks back at almost 50 years of change that have taken place along UP rails through Topeka. 48 pages, B&W, Softcover.