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Dakota, Minnesota & Eastern RR Iowa, Chicago & Eastern RR In Color
By Greg Stout
In the 1980s and ‘90s, the Dakota, Minnesota & Eastern RR and Iowa, Chicago & Eastern RR struggled to maintain railroad operations on unwanted lines of the C&NW and Milwaukee Road across the Midwest plains. Staffed by hodge-podge rosters, their efforts are chronicled together with vintage shots of the predecessor roads. 128 pages, Color, Hardcover.
MS
$59.95
$45.95
Dakotas Railroad Maps
Handy guide to today's railroads in North Dakota and South Dakota 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: • BNSF Railway • Canadian Pacific
Regionals/Shortlines:  • Dakota & Iowa • Dakota Northern • Dakota, Minnesota & Eastern
• Dakota, Missouri Valley & Western • Dakota Southern • Ellis & Eastern • Northern Plains
• Red River Valley & Western • Sisseton-Millbank • State of South Dakota • Sunflour
• Yellowstone Valley

Other Features:
• Detailed maps arranged by subdivision
• Station index, detector and crossover location
• Mainline radio frequencies
• Major highways shown for reference
• Centerspread locator map is keyed to page numbers of detail maps
• Printed on heavy ivory-colored stock for reduced glare and increased durability in the field
62 pages, Saddle Stitched, Softcover.

Cent
$13.50
$10.50

Delaware & Hudson Cabooses
By Rudy Garbely
The second book from author Rudy Garbely covering the Delaware & Hudson, this title is the definitive guide to the railroad’s cabooses from the 1950s through the 1990s. It includes all 15 classes of D&H diesel-era cabooses, plus the cabooses of D&H subsidiaries Greenwich & Johnsonville and Napierville Junction. The book is complete with the histories of each class, specifications and mechanical data, and firsthand stories from D&H employees that worked on them. This material is supplemented with over 300 photos, several original D&H car diagrams, and a detailed roster. 192 pages, Hardcover.

Grbly
$70.00
$57.95
Delaware & Hudson Power In Color: Three Diverse Diesel Eras Between 1944 and 1991
By Robert J. Yanosey
The D&H diesel era can be viewed in three distinct eras: 1944-60 with black and yellow RS2/3's and S2/4's; 1961-1976 with second generation blue and grey Alco's and GE's; and 1976-1991 with a colorful array of new and nearly new diesels to handle the route expansion with Conrail.  128 pages, Color, Hardcover.
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MS
$59.95
$55.95
Delaware & Hudson in Color V. 3 D&H in the Diesel Years
By Jeffrey Plant & Jeremy Plant
Featuring the photography of Jim Shaugnessy and a dozen other notable lensmen, this book examines the D&H diesel evolution in several hundred across the system action scenes. 128 pages, Color, Hardcover.
MS
$59.95
$45.95
Delaware & Hudson in Color V. 4 Final Years 1976-1991
By T. Seamand
When most bankrupt Northeast railroads were united into one company, Conrail, the USRA was aware that the region needed some competition for “Big Blue.” The only independent railroad ready to take up the challenge of expanding into Conrail’s territory was the fabled Delaware & Hudson. Follow its struggles to compete in this new environment from 1976 till it too was caught up in the financial malaise and vanished in 1991. 128 pages, Color, Hardcover.
MS
$59.95
$45.95
Delaware & Hudson In Color Volume 5: The Chase of Change 1988-1999
By Ben Martin and Brian D. Plant
In 1988, the Delaware & Hudson – the oldest continually operated transportation company in the U.S. – was bankrupt and ran in “designated operator” status by the NYS&W. By 1991, the D&H was sold to the Canadian Pacific but the story doesn’t stop here! 128 pages, Color, Hardcover.
MS
$59.95
$45.95
Delaware & Hudson Power In Color: Three Diverse Diesel Eras Between 1944 and 1991
By Robert J. Yanosey
The D&H diesel era can be viewed in three distinct eras: 1944-60 with black and yellow RS2/3's and S2/4's; 1961-1976 with second generation blue and grey Alco's and GE's; and 1976-1991 with a colorful array of new and nearly new diesels to handle the route expansion with Conrail. 128 pages, Color, Hardcover.
MS
$59.95
$45.95
Delaware & Hudson Railway Best of Jeremy F. Plant
By Jeremy F. Plant
Author/photographer Jeremy Plant grew up in New York’s Capital District with the Delaware & Hudson as his home railroad. This title contains his favorite shots of the D&H from 1967 to its absorption into Guilford in the early 1980s. All types of D&H diesel locomotives are featured, with special attention given to Alco PAs and Baldwin Sharks. Coverage includes short lines controlled by or spun off from D&H lines. 96 pages, All Color, Softcover.
MS
$39.95
$31.95
Delaware & Hudson Railway Through Passenger Service in Color
By Geoffrey H.Dughty
When Frederic C. “Buck” Dumaine, Jr. assumed the presidency of the D&H, he devised a plan to revitalize daytime through service with newer rolling stock. The Delaware & Hudson ran clean, comfortable passenger trains during a time when that was uncommon among other roads. Although the revitalized service was brief as it came on the threshold of Amtrak, it remains a credit to the D&H and its loyal employees.  128 pages, Color, Hardcover.
MS
$69.95
$53.95

Denver & Rio Grande; The Early Years
By Mallory Hope Ferrell
It was a glorious period that has been termed the days of “wooden cars and iron men.” Today it is difficult to even comprehend the tremendous amounts of energy, manpower and money that went into constructing the Denver & Rio Grande into and across the Rocky Mountains. The courage, determination and sheer guts of such an undertaking are impressively apparent today on the two remaining portions of three-foot gauge trackage out of Durango, Colorado and Chama, New Mexico. By 1883, Palmer’s “Narrow Gauge Transcontinental” mainline stretched 771 miles from Denver to Ogden. The Pullman sleeper-equipped Pacific Express (westbound) and the eastbound Atlantic Express operated on a forty-one and a-half hour schedule and was trailed by “named” parlor cars. Elsewhere, on the Cumbres Pass line in southern Colorado and northern New Mexico, the daily Colorado & New Mexico Express ran in both directions between Salida, Alamosa and Durango, with a helper being added for the 14 miles of steep four-percent grade between Chama and the 10,015-foot summit at Cumbres. A hike along the abandoned grades over Marshall, Cerro Summit and Poncha Pass is sure to bring visions of a small 2-8-0 Consolidation and a diminutive 4-6-0 Ten-Wheeler as they blasted upgrade with an 1890s varnish run. You can almost hear the double header’s exhaust, smell the coal smoke mixed with valve oil and feel the saturated steam as the consist passes. After over 60 years of research and what the late Robert W. Richardson termed “picture hunting”, this book is a pictorial history of the D&RG’s narrow gauge. The Rio Grande Glory Days are preserved here in rare old photographs and art. Climb aboard for the ride of your life as we relive the days when the world and the Rio Grande were young. Almost every quality photograph available from 1873 to 1921 has been included in this volume. No Rio Grande or early railroading enthusiast will want to be without Ferrell's 22nd (and last) book. 320 pages, 650 Rare B&W Photos, Maps, Horizontal Format, Hardcover.

Wtrvr
$79.98
$61.98

Donner Pass, Southern Pacific's Sierra Crossing
By John R. Signor
In Donner Pass by John R. Signor, you’ll see how operations on the “Mountain” evolved from the early wood-burning 4-4-0 type steam locomotives to the era of gigantic cab-forwards, to the arrival of the first diesels, and to the generations of machines that have followed up to the current date.

GW
$57.95
$47.95

DT&I Power In Color Includes Ann Arbor
By Stephen M. Timko
Join us to view the all EMD locomotive roster of the Detroit, Toledo, & Ironton Railroad which was comprised of no less than a dozen different models. Included is coverage of the affiliated 292-mile Ann Arbor's fleet of Alco switchers, roadswitchers, and FA2's, and later, second-generation EMD power. Bonus chapter includes the Lake Michigan Car Ferry service. Hcvr 128 pgs

MS
$59.95
$45.95
Duluth, Winnipeg & Pacific in Color
By David C. Schauer
Operations of the DW&P are examined from the steam to diesel era in this new book. Equipment, RDC’s, facilities and much more! Hcvr 128 pgs
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