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M&St.L in Color
By Gene Green
This spirited little Midwest hauler was one of the earliest “fallen flags” disappearing into the C&NW System in 1960. See everything from FTs to GP9s to multi-colored RS-1s in this 128-page book. The M&StL “story” is wonderfully narrated and explained in the 240 rare color photos accented by authentic memorabilia. 128 pages, Hardcover.
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Mahoning Valley Rails In Color 1988-2006
By David Baer
Mahoning Valley Rails details the changes to railroads in the Mahoning River Valley around Youngstown, Ohio, from 1988 - 2006. During this period, the Balitmore & Ohio had just been taken over by CSX, and Conrail would be purchased by Norfolk Southern. The Pittsburgh and Lake Erie disappeared; the Ohio Central System arrived in the Mahoning Valley and the Youngstown and Southern would be operated by a couple different railroad companies.128 pages, Hardcover.
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Manufacturers Catalog Archive Book 1
Jordan Spreader & Russell Snow Plow

This book reproduces several catalogs and brochures from the O.F. Jordan Company and the Russell Car Snow Plow Company.  There are 4 catalogs on the Jordan Spreader.  These catalogs detail the design and usage of the Jordan Spreader.  These catalogs illustrate the use of these machines as Spreaders, Ditchers, Snow Plows and Ice Cutters.  The catalogs are well illustrated with photos and illustrations. The Russell Car Snow Plow Company catalogs shows the various single and double track snow plows that were built by the company, as well as flanger cars produced by the company. 74 pages, B&W, Softcover.
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Manufacturers Catalog Archive Book 2
Browning Locomotive Cranes V. 1

This book reproduces a 1917 Browning Company Locomotive Crane Catalog.  The catalog includes a brief description of the Browning Locomotive Crane system, including single truck/4 wheel models, double truck/8 wheel models, and some of the features of the cranes, their booms and fittings.  The catalog is well illustrated with many photos showing the cranes in use in a variety of roles, including lifting, digging and pile driving. 74 pages, B&W, Softcover.
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Manufacturers Catalog Archive Book 3
Budd Passenger Cars

This book reproduces a number of Budd publications.  Included are:
Budd Transport which provides an overview of Budd and it's products in the 70s and early 80s.
• Gallery Car Operations in the Chicago area.
• The Rio Metro Car in Rio De Janerio, Brazil.
• The Budd Universal Rapid Transit Car.
• An overview of the Budd Company, its operations and products circa 1950. 
• The World's Finest Railway Passenger Cars a brief overview of their passenger car construction business
• The California Zephyr - a look at the cars built for the Burlington Route, Rio Grande and Western Pacific
74 pages, B&W, Softcover.
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Manufacturers Catalog Archive Book 4
Properties & Plants of Bethlehem Steel Corporation 1925

This book reproduces Bethlehem Steel publication from 1925 about their plants and properties. The book begins with a look at the history and growth of Bethlehem Steel and the products the company manufactures.  There are brief overviews of the company's steel plants, including the Bethlehem Plant, Cambria Plant, Lackawanna Plant, the Maryland Plant, the Steelton Plant, the Lebanon Plant and the Coatesville Plant.  The book also covers the raw materials needed by Bethlehem steel, including Iron Ore mines and Coal Mines and the transportation facilities needed to carry these materials to the plants, including their Great Lake and ocean going ore carriers. The book also includes a section on Bethlehem Steel's ship building operations.  This book is very well illustrated. 74 pages, B&W, Softcover.
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Manufacturers Catalog Archive Book 5
Bucyrus Erie Company V. 1

This volume reproduces catalogs & brochures from Bucyrus-Erie on their cranes.  Included in this volume are:
• 1020 1/2 yard Convertible Machine - including a look at the different attachments available- Clamshell, Lifting Crane, Shovel, Dragline and Frag Shovel.
• 120-B 4 Yard Revolving Shovel - includes both the Electric and Steam versions. 
• Class 200 17 1/2 Railway Crane
• Bucyrus 14-B Revolving Shovel
• Each of the brochures includes numerous photos and drawings of the cranes and shovels.
74 pages, B&W, Softcover.
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Manufacturers Catalog Archive Book 6
Mining Locomotives of Ironton & General Electric Co.

This book reproduces catalogs from Ironton and General Electric featuring mining locomotives and related equipment. Ironton Bulletin 555 covers their Storage Battery and Combination locomotives used in mining operations. Included are a variety of single and double motor models. Also detailed are the Ironton Power Unit for operating Coal Mining Equipment, Storage Battery Transfer Cars for carrying cars loading brick, tile or other material to dryers or kilns, and battery charging equipment. General Electric No. 1030 covers the electric mine locomotives built by the company circa 1900.  This brochure covers the basics of mining locomotives, the GE standard model and its components. Also included are details on the company's Coke Oven Larries. 74 pages, B&W, Softcover.
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Manufacturers Catalog Archive Book 7
Robert & Schaefer Co. Representative Work Locomotive Coaling Plants

This is a reproduction of a 1919 Roberts & Schaefer Co publication showing the types of Locomotive Coaling Plants they have designed and built. The book has photographs showing coaling plants built for the Lehigh Valley, PRR, TRRA, IC, L&N, NKP, and others.  Also included is a look at the equipment inside the plants, Cinder Handling and Storage Plants and Sand Plants. 74 pages, B&W, Softcover.
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Manufacturers Catalog Archive Book 8
Heisler Locomotives V.1 Geared and Fireless locomotives

Included in this volume are:
• Catalog 123- this includes information on selecting an industrial locomotive and the features found on Heisler locomotives. 
• Descriptive Folder 2240 describing the 2 truck, eight driver, I beam frame Heisler Geared Locomotive.
• Descriptive Folder 4763 describing the 2 truck, eight driver, Diamond Frame Heisler Geared Locomotive. 
• Descriptive Folder 5065 describing the 2 truck, eight driver, Diamond Frame Heisler Geared Locomotive.
• Descriptive Folder 7090 describing the 3 truck, twelve driver, Diamond Frame Heisler Geared Locomotive..
• Heisler Fireless Locomotives- this includes a description of what a fireless locomotive is, the advantages of a fireless locomotive and a look at some of the locomotives they build.
• The Pictures Tell the Story- this is a look at Heisler locomotives in use in various industries including quarries, gravel pits, strip mining, construction work, switching, and logging. 
74 pages, B&W, Softcover.
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Manufacturers Catalog Archive Book 9
Trolley Coaches V.1 Westinghouse

This volume reproduces 3 Westinghouse publications on Trolley Coaches:
• Westinghouse-Equipped Trolley Coaches: This is a look at the benefits and features of trolley coaches and includes specifications for trolley coaches that had been purchased by transit systems across the country
• Trolley Coaches Why People Like Them Looks at the benefits of the Trolley Coach over other transit methods.
• Trolley Coaches 1, 2, 3: This brochure examines where the Trolley Coach should be applied and its advantages, how it will perform and why its use is economically sound.
74 pages, B&W, Softcover.
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Manufacturers Catalog Archive Book 10
Gregg Railroad Cars

This is a reproduction of a Gregg catalog of their freight car equipment .  The catalog is undated but appears to be from the early 1950s.  The catalog looks at the Boxcars, Gondolas, Flat Cars, Tank Cars, Hoppers, Stock Cars, Gable Bottom Cars, Dump Cars, Cane Cars, Sisal Cars, Granby Cars, Mine Cars and passenger cars built by the company.  This includes equipment used by a variety of railroads around the world. Also included is a look at the various types of freight & passenger car trucks used by the company and the different types of couplers that can be fitted to the cars. 74 pages, B&W, Softcover.
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Manufacturers Catalog Archive Book 11
Vulcan Locomotives V.1 Gasoline Locos

This reproduces a variety of catalogs and brochures on Vulcan Locomotive Works Gasoline powered locomotives. Included are:
• Vulcan Iron Works Locomotive Proposal: This looks at the design, specifications and features of the 4 ton class AW-4 featuring the Waukesha Power Unit, the 8 ton Class CW-8, the 12 ton Class EW-12
• Vulcan Gasoline Locomotives Four Speed Worm Gear Drive: This provides a detailed look at the features and capabilities of Vulcan locomotives.
• Vulcan Gasoline Locomotives for Switching Service: This looks at the 16 ton GS-16 and 20 ton HS-20.
• Vulcan Gasoline Locomotives Worm Gear Drive Type: This is detailed look at the design of the components in Vulcan locomotives. 
• Vulcan Gasoline Locomotives Spur Gear Drive Type: This looks at the Spur Gear type locomotive and their components. 
• Vulcan Gasoline Locomotives For Plant or Mill switching and general industrial track haulage: This is a promotional brochure on Vulcan locomotives.
• Oil Burning Locomotives Equipment and Operation: This looks at the advantages of oil fuel for locomotives over other fuel types.
74 pages, B&W, Softcover.
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Manufacturers Catalog Archive Book 12
Western Wheeled Scraper Co Western Dump Cars

This reproduces a Western Wheeled Scraper Company catalog on their Western Dump Cars.  The catalog provides details on the construction of both the Western Dump Car and the Western Air Dump Cars.  The catalog also looks at how the cars used in railroad service, including in railroad yard construction, railroad grade revision, railroad trestle filling, lengthening railroad sidings, railroad ditching and the disposal of locomotive ash.  In addition to railroad service, the catalog covers the use of these cars in hauling industrial waste, open pit mining, coal storage, pit and quarry haulage and levee and dam construction.  The final section of the catalog looks at the various models of cars produced by the company, including photos and specifications for a variety of models from large 45 yard capacity cars down to small 3 yard capacity cars. There is also a section on small narrow gauge cars, end dump cars and spreader cars. 74 pages, B&W, Softcover.
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Manufacturers Catalog Archive Book 13
Plymouth Locomotives

This volume contains a variety of ads and brochures for the Plymouth Locomotive Works. 
Included are:
• Plymouth Mine-O-Motives: Bulletins MM-1A Model FMD-00 5 & 6 ton, Bulletin MM-4 6 & 7 ton, Bulletin MM-5 Model FMD-24
• Plymouth Mine-O-Motives: Bulletins MM-1A Model FMD-00 5 & 6 ton, Bulletin MM-4 6 & 7 ton, Bulletin MM-5 Model FMD-24
• Plymouth Torqomotive - Hydraulic Torque-Coverter Drive DDT 4 wheel engines
• Plymouth Bulletin J-53 Hydraulic Torque Converter J and JW series Gasoline of Diesel Locos
• MDT 4 and 6 wheel locomotives
74 pages, B&W, Softcover.
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Manufacturers Catalog Archive Book 14
Beyer-Garratt Articulated Locomotives

This reproduces a Beyer-Garratt catalog from 1947.  The catalog begins with a brief overview of the company and the design of the Beyer-Garratt Articulated locomotive. The catalog then looks at the locomotives built by the company and the railroads that used them with photos and specifications for the engines. 74 pages, B&W, Softcover.
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Manufacturers Catalog Archive Book 15
Ohio Locomotive Crane Co.

Locomotive Cranes- this is an undated catalog detailing the components that make up the cranes and their mechanisms, photos of many different models of Ohio Locomotive Cranes in use by railroads, construction firms, steel mill foundries, industrial plants, scrap yards, Sand/Gravel/Stone/Coal Handling, shipbuilding and waterfront terminals.  This catalog also includes drawings of several different cranes and some of the accessories (buckets, magnets) for the Cranes. Handbook on the Care and Operation of Ohio Locomotive Cranes- This is a booklet on operating and maintaining Ohio Locomotive Cranes. 
74 pages, B&W, Softcover.
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Manufacturers Catalog Archive Book 16
Lima Locomotive Works V.1 Super Power Steam Locomotives

This reproduces 4 Lima Locomotive Works catalogs: Lima Super-Power Steam Locomotives: 1926 - This catalog details the benefits of the Super-Power Steam Locomotive, a look at the tests performed on the engines, the operating results of the Boston & Albany 2-8-4 Berkshires, the Texas & Pacific 2-10-4 Texas Types and the new Illinois Central 2-8-4 then under construction. Lima Super-Power Steam Locomotives: 1930- This catalog looks at the use and performance of the Super-Power engines built for the Bosotn & Albany (2-8-4 Berkshires), Texas & Pacific (2-10-4 Texas Types), Illinois Central (2-8-4 Berkshires), Erie (2-8-4 Berkshires), Boston & Maine (2-8-4 Berkshires) and the components used in Super-Power Steam Locomotives. Lima Locomotive Works Bulletin No. 102  This is a brief look at some of the Super-Power Steam Locomotives built by Lima. Includes photos and specifications of the locomotives. Lima Locomotive Works Bulletin No. R-2  This bulletin shows a variety of Lima Locomotives from small switchers to larger 4-8-2s, 2-8-2 and 2-10-2s. 74 pages, B&W, Softcover.
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Manufacturers Catalog Archive Book 17
Ingersoll-Rand Locomotives

This reproduces 2 Ingersoll-Rand publications: Oil Electric Locomotive: 1926 details Ingersoll-Rand locomotives built jointly by Ingersoll-Rand, GE and Alco.  This details the benefits and advantages of the oil-electric locomotives and specifications for th 60 and 100 ton models. Oil Electric Locomotive: 1929 is a detailed look at the Oil Electric Locomotives, including their components and some performance and test data.  This includes drawings for some of the engines. 74 pages, B&W, Softcover.
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Manufacturers Catalog Archive Book 18
Baldwin-Westinghouse V. 1 Electric Locomotives

This reproduces 2 brochures on Baldwin-Westinghouse Electric Locomotives. Baldwin-Westinghouse Electric Mine Locomotives details the mining locomotives built by Baldwin-Westinghouse.  Included is a look at the mechanical construction of the locomotives, electric equipment, gathering locomotives and performance. Baldwin-Westinghouse Standard Electric Locomotives looks at engines designed for freight operations.  This brochure details the advantages of electric locomotives in freight service, their mechanical and electrical components, air brake equipment, selecting locomotives for electric freight haulage and a look at some of the locomotives that have been put into service.  Well illustrated. 74 pages, B&W, Softcover.
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Manufacturers Catalog Archive Book 19
Browning Locomotive Cranes V.2, 1920

This a reproduction of a Browning Company Locomotive Crane Catalog from 1920. The catalog includes descriptions of the cranes and their components and photos of the cranes being used in a variety of industries. 74 pages, B&W, Softcover.
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Manufacturers Catalog Archive Book 20
H.K. Porter Locomotives

This includes the following Porter publications:
• Porter Fireless Steam Locomotives: This looks at the Fireless Steam Locomotives, their advantages, some of the different models produced by the company, operation of the Fireless Locomotive and engineering data.
• Porter Fireless Locomotives: A promotional bulletin about fireless locomotives with many photographs.
• Porter Industrial Locomotives Bulletin 104: This bulletin covers locomotives designed for industrial switching, including illustrations and specifications for a number of different models.
• Porter Locomotives for Logging Railroads Bulletin 201: This provides illustrations and specifications for a number of locomotives that have been used in logging operations. 
• Porter Locomotives for Industrial Switching Bulletin 204: This provides illustrations and specifications for a number of locomotives that have been used for industrial switching. 
• H.L Porter & Co Builders of Light Locomotives Logging Locomotives: This is a small brochure on some of the Porter Locomotives that have been used in logging operations and the advantages of using railroads to move logs. 74 pages, B&W, Softcover.
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Manufacturers Catalog Archive Book 21
Pressed Steel Car Company Volume 1 Freight Cars

This reproduces 2 Pressed Steel Car Company catalogs: Composite and All Steel Gondola Cars: This highlights the various types of Gondolas built by the Pressed Steel Car Company.  The catalogs includes a number of 4, 8 and 12 wheel models, both standard gauge and narrow gauge.  There are photographs and specifications for each model. All Steel Hopper Cars and All Steel Coke Cars: This highlights the various types of Hoppers and Coke Cars built by the Pressed Steel Car Company.  Among the models included are center dump and side dump cars with capacities from 30 tons to 100 tons. There are photographs and specifications for the various models. 74 pages, B&W, Softcover.
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Manufacturer’s Catalog Archive Book 22
Railway Electrification Volume 1 New Haven Manufactureres Catalog Archives

This is a reproduction of 2 brochures of the New Haven's electrification: New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Electrification: This is a Westinghouse Special Publication 1698 from June 1924.  This looks at the history of the New Haven, early electrification efforts, including the Nantasket Beach Branch, the use and discontinuance of the third rail system, the electrification of the New Haven system, the design of the overhead Catenaries, power generation and distribution, the signal system, the electric locomotives and MU Cars used by the New Haven, equipment maintenance, facilities and operations. 5 More Electrics for New Haven:  This is a small promotional brochure about the New Haven's new 4860 hp, 250 ton electric freight locomotives that entered service in 1942. 74 pages, B&W, Softcover.
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Manufacturer’s Catalog Archive Book 23
Industrial Brownhoist Corporation V.1 Locomotive Cranes

This volume contains the reproductions of:
Industrial Works Locomotive Cranes Book 108: This includes a brief history of Industrial Works, an overview of locomotive cranes, their mechanical features, erection cranes, combination cranes, crane booms, lifting magnets and buckets. Locomotive Cranes Book 121: This includes a look at the design and components of locomotive cranes and the various models built by the company including theType CB, Type Da, Type DB, Type EA, Type EB, Type F, Type FA, Type G, the Tapered End Crane, Hi-Speed Locomotive Ditcher, Type H, Type I, Industrial Logging Cranes, Type K, Type L, Type N, electrically operated cranes, foreign cranes, and accessories. 74 pages, B&W, Softcover.
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Manufacturer’s Catalog Archive Book 24
Alco Locomotives V. 1

This includes reprints of Alco publications including:
Diesel Switching Locomotives - This is a look at the Alco Diesel Switching Locomotive. There is a brief history of the diesel locomotive and its development, features of the engine, the diesel engine and parts and specifications for the 300hp, 400hp, 600hp and 900hp models. Montreal Locomotive- This is a look at some of the engines built by Montreal Locomotive Works in the 1920s, 30s and 40s.  Includes engines built for the Canadian Pacific, Haytian American Corporation, Canadian National, National Railways of Belgium, French National Railways, Italian State Railways, Canada Starch Co, Newfoundland Ry, Rhodesia Railways, South African Railways, Indian State Ry, Mexican Railway Co, Chilean State Rys, Trinidad Governent Rys, Roumanian Government, Laurentide Company, Temiskaming & Northern Ontario, Toronto Hamilton & Buffalo, American Cyanamid, Dominion Coal & Steel, Sorocabana, Cordoba Central, and Nigerian Railways of Africa. Includes photos and specifications for the engines. Freight Locomotives for the Delaware & Hudson: this is a look at 4-6-6-4 locomotives built for the D&H. Alco Three Cylinder Locomotives: This a look at the performance and benefits of 3 Cylinder locomotives.  Includes specifications for UP Types, 4-10-2s, Mountains, Mohawks, Mikados, Pacifics and switchers. 74 pages, B&W, Softcover.
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Manufacturer’s Catalog Archive Book 25
Bucyrus Erie Company V. 2

This reproduces 2 Bucyrus-Erie brochures on their cranes:
Shaping the Earth for Better Living: A Brief History of Bucyrus and the Excavating Industry:  This looks at the excavation industry, the equipment used from small excavators to large strip mining equipment, the growth of Bucyrus and it's factories, the use of their equipment around the world, the company's role in World War 1 & 2 and company operations. The Right Arm of Progress: This looks at the development of Power Shovels, the facilities at Bucyrus-Erie for design and building them and some of the different types that they build. 74 pages, B&W, Softcover.
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Manufacturer’s Catalog Archive Book 26
General Motors Electro-Motive Division V. 1

This is a reproduction of General Motors brochures and publications from the Electro-Motive Divsion.
Included are: 
General  Motors Diesels in Review: This is a 1944 publication detailing the 10th anniversary of the diesel locomotive in service with US railroads. Includes color paintings of both freight and passenger locomotives in service with a variety of railroads. Welcome to Electro-Motive Division of General Motors: This is a brief look at EMD and its facilities. New Dimensions in Motive Power from Electro-Motive: This looks at the GM 645 diesel engine and the locomotives that used it (GP-38, GP-40, SD-38, SD-40, SDP-40, SD-45, SW-1000, SW-1500 and DD-40A). The Great New Line of General Motors Diesel Locomotives: This is a look at some of the early diesels and switchers, including GP-9, SD-9, SW-1200, SW-900. F9, E9, SW-600, TR-9 and TR-12). Now is the Time for a Giant Stride in Motive Power: This is a promotional brochure on the GP-18/SD-18 series locomotives and GP-20/SD-24 series and the 567D series engines that power them. GM Diesel Freight Power: This is a promotional brochure from Circa 1948 with color paintings show GM diesels in service with a number of American railroads. Electro-Motive Presents the SD7 Six Motor Road Switcher: This is a promotional brochure on the benefits and capabilities of the SD-7. Electro-Motive Presents the F3: This is a promotional brochure on the benefits and capabilities of the F3. The New General Motors F7 and E8 Locomotives: This is a promotional brochure on the benefits and capabilities of the F7 and E8. GP20 General Motors 2000HP Turbo-Charged General Purpose Locomotive: This is a promotional brochure on the benefits and capabilities of the GP-20. The Exciting New Train of Tomorrow Powered by General Motors Diesel: This is a brief look at the Train of Tomorrow and the locomotives that power it. Passenger Traffic is Profitable: This looks at the benefits of EMD Diesel locomotives for passenger trains. Includes color paintings of diesels in use by a variety of railroads. GM Diesels The Dependable Motive Power: This looks at GM diesel switchers, mainly the 600 HP model.  Includes a scale drawing of the engine. 74 pages, B&W, Softcover.
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Manufacturers Catalog Archive Book 27
Whitcomb Locomotives

This volume contains reprints a number of Whitcomb publications:
• Bulletin 2309 Locomotives: This contains a brief history of the Geo. D Whitcomb Company and it's facilities.
• Bulletin 2215 Whitcomb Locomotives Their Types and Usage: This is a brief look at Storage Battery Locomotives and gasoline locomotives built by the company. 
• Bulletin 2210 Worm Drive Storage Battery Locomotive: This looks at the Worm Drive Storage Battery Locomotive,  their development and components (including the motor, Worm Gear, Frame, batteries and more)
• Bulletin 2312: Whitcomb Seven Ton Positive Gear Drive Locomotive: This looks at the design of the engine, it's engine, Clutch, Transmission, and hauling capacities.
• Bulletin 2214 Trolley Locomotive: This looks at the design of the trolley locomotive and its components.
• Bulletin 2316 Whitcomb Locomotve for Coal and Metal Mining: This a brief look at the various types of locomotives that the company built for coal and metal mining.
• Bulletin 2213: $22,000 Saved on Concrete Road Work by Whitcomb Locomotives: This looks at how a 6-ton Whitcomb locomotive saved $22,000 compare to using trucks during the construction of a Concrete road in Iowa.
• Bulletin 2415: Whitcomb Locomotives Their Types and Usage: This is a brief look at the different locomotives the company built.
• Haulage Vol 1 #3 This was a bulletin published by the company. There are a number of articles including Obtaining Results with the Road Shoulder Finishing Machine, a sale on rebuilt locomotives, Whitcomb locomotives in roadbuilding and more.
• Modern Motive Power for Switching Service: This a fact sheet on the Oil-Electric Locomotive and its use in switching service
• Locomotives for Logging: This is a sheet show Whitcomb Locomotives be used in logging operations. 74 pages, B&W, Softcover.
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Manufacturer’s Catalog Archive Book 28
Westinghouse Equipped Locomotives V.1 Diesel Electrics 10 to 80 Tons

This is a reproduction of a Westinghouse publication detail 10-80 ton engines that are equipped with equipment from Westinghouse.  This includes a look at main generations, traction motors and control equipment.  The brochure includes data on a variety of locomotives using Westinghouse equipment, photos and specifications for a variety of locomotives weighting between 10 and 80 tons from Davenport-Besler Corp, Whitcomb, Skagit Iron & Steel Works, Atlas Car & Mfg, Vulcan, Porter, Fate-Root-Heath Co, the 44 ton locomotive and the High Speed Electric Drives for Industrial Plant Diesel Locos. 74 pages, B&W, Softcover.
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Manufacturer’s Catalog Archive Book 30
Baldwin - Lima - Hamilton Diesel Electric Locomotives

This book reproduces a number of publications from Baldwin-Lima-Hamilton. The story of Baldwin-Lima-Hamilton:  This is a look at the company and its operations. Included is a look at the Diesel Shop, Southwark Shop, Foundry, Weld Shop, Erecting Shop, Standard Steel Works, export operations, the Pelton Water Wheel Company, the Lima Works, the Hamilton Works, the Austin-Western Company, the products they produce and ordnance production during World War 2. Bulletin 2005 Baldwin-Lima-Hamilton Diesel-Electric Locomotives: This includes data and specifications for the RF-16, RS-12, S-12, AS-16, AS-416 and AS-616. Lima-Hamilton Diesel Electric Locomotives for Railroad and Industrial Switching One Thousand Horse-Power for Traction: This details the components and design of the 1000hp switching engine. Lima-Hamilton Diesel Electric Locomotives for Railroad and Industrial Switching Twelve Hundred Horse-Power for Traction: This details the components and design of the 1200hp switching engine. 80 pages, B&W, Softcover.
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Manufacturer’s Catalog Archive Book 32
General Electric Diesel Electric Locomotives
This reproduces a number of General Electric Publications on their Diesel-Electric and Turbine Electric Locomotives.
Included are:
Diesel-Electric Industrial Locomotives: This looks at the advantages of the G-E Diesel Electric Switcher, how they cut costs, save time and boost productivity.  This looks at the different types of locomotives and their performance. Also included is a look at their use in Car Manufacturing, Chemical, Lumber, Rock Products, Steel and Utilities industries.

45 ton Diesel-Electric for Industrial Switching: This looks at the 45 ton 4 Axle 300 HP engine, its performance, design and components. 
• 65 ton Diesel-Electric for Industrial Switching: This looks at the 65 ton 4 Axle 400 HP engine, its performance, design and components. 
• G-E 70 Ton Locomotive: This looks at the 70 ton, 600 HP locomotive, including it's design, performance and components. 
• 80 ton Diesel-Electric for Industrial Switching: This looks at the 80 ton 4 Axle 550 HP engine, its performance, design and components. 
• Building Profits on America's Railroads General Electric U25B U25C Diesel Electric Locomotives: This is a look at the U25B and U25C.  This looks at the design of the engines, their features and the FDL-16 Diesel Engine.
• G.E.'s Gas Turbine-Electrics Open Up New Era in Railroad Motive Power: This looks at the development of the Gas Turbine Engine, their use hauling freight trains, and the principals of Gas Turbine Operation.
• Presenting the General Electric More Power to America Special: This looks at the More Power to America Special Train and some of the exhibits about electrical power. 

110 pages, B&W, Softcover.

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Manufacturer’s Catalog Archive Book 33
Fairmont Railway Motors MOW & Work Equipment

This reproduces 2 catalogs from Fairmont Railway Motors. Fairmont Railway Motor Cars and Work Equipment: This is a 1944 publication that includes information and specifications on Inspection Cars, Section Cars, Gang Cars, the engines used on these cars, including both Roller-Bearing and Ball Bearing models, accessories for the cars, trailers, push cars, weed burners, ballast equipment, weed mowers and derrick cars. Fairmont Railway Maintenance of Way Equipment: This is a 1977 publication that includes information on the Ballast Maintenance Car, Spike Pullers, Rail Lifters, Tie Sherers, Tie Removers, Tie Bed Scarifiers, Tie Inserters, Spike Drivers, Mowers, Track Liners, Derrick Cars, Hy-Rail Cars, Trucks and Cranes, Inspection Cars, Section Cars and Gang Cars and accessories for them. 76 pages, B&W, Softcover.
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Manufacturer’s Catalog Archive Book 34
Vulcan Locomotive V2: Steam & Diesel Locomotives

This volume collects a number of Vulcan publications, including: Electric Haulage and Gathering Locomotives: This looks at electric locomotives for mining and other uses. Vulcan 35 to Class HW-35: This provides details on the design of the HW-35 Engine, it's specifications and capacities. Vulcan Tank Type Locomotives: This looks at Tank Locomotives built by Vulcan.  Includes specifications and details on 0-4-0, 0-6-0, 0-4-2, 2-4-2 and 2-6-2 models.  This also includes a look at Tender-type locomotives, Diesel and Gasoline Geared Locomotives and Diesel-Electric Locomotives. Fifty Ton Diesel-Electric Locomotive: This looks at the design and capabilities of the 300 HP Class 2E-BDR-2M locomotives. 65-Ton Diesel-Electric Locomotive: This looks at the design and capabilities of the 400 HP Class 2E-BD-4M locomotives.  Improved Equipment for the Modern Sugar Factory: This looks at equipment for Sugar Cane Mills including Kingboltless Mills, Boiling House Equipment, Juice Heaters, Evaporators, Vacuum Pans and Condensers as well as diesel-electric, steam and diesel and Gasoline Geared Locomotives for sugar plantation service. 25-Ton Diesel-Electric Locomotive: This looks at the design and capabilities of the 150 HP Class 1E-ADR-1M locomotives. Vulcan Storage Battery Locomotives For Coal Mines, Metal Mines and General Industrial Track Haulage: This looks at the different Storage Battery locomotives built by Vulcan, their design and components and the advantages of these locomotives. Diesel Locomotives with Four-Speed Mechanical Transmission and Side-Rod Drive: This includes a look at the design of the locomotives, their components and capabilities. Modern Steam Locomotives for Freight and Passenger Service: This looks at the steam locomotives built by Vulcan. Includes locomotives for the Turkish State Railways, Manila Railroad Company and the Peloponese Railways of Greece. Vulcan Locomotives for the Mining Industry: This includes images of Steam, diesel and electric locomotives for use in the mining industry. Vulcan-Duplex Steam Locomotives: This looks at the advantages of the Vulcan-Duplex Steam Locomotive, specifications of the engines and their capabilities 84 pages, B&W, Softcover.
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Manufacturer’s Catalog Archive Book 37
Heisler Locomotives V2: Geared Locomotives

This reproduces 3 Heisler publications: Catalog 108- This is a catalog from 1908.  Included in this catalog is a look at the Heisler geared locomotives, their general arrangement and gearing design, main frame, braking system, boiler, cab and specifications. Catalog 115- This catalog looks at the Heisler geared locomotives, their trucks and gearing, sand boxes, bearings, main frame, brake system, boilers and more.  Well illustrated. 1908 Repair List- This includes label drawings of the locomotives and components indicating all of the different parts. 118 pages, B&W, Softcover.
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Manufacturer’s Catalog Archive Book 38
Fairbanks Morse Locomotives V1: Diesels

This includes reproductions of 2 Fairbanks-Morse publications: Fairbanks-Morse Train Master: 2400 Horsepower Diesel Locomotive: This is a look at the Train Master.  This includes a look at the power plant, transmission, fuel and oil supplies, train heating capability, air brakes, dyanamic brakes, dimensions, running gear, hood construction and cab arrangement. Lackawanna Story- This is a look at the use of the Train Master on the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western.  Includes their use in Freight, Commuter and Passenger service. 50 pages, B&W, Softcover.
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Marshall Pass, Denver & Rio Grande Gateway to the Gunnison Country.
Featuring the Dow Helmers Collection
By Walter R. Borneman
40th Annual Edition A seminal charter in Colorado’s Mountain railroading
Western Reflections Pub. Co. 175 pages, B&W, Softcover.
Cent
$29.95
$23.95
Metro-North In Color
By Walter E. Zullig, Jr.
The history and operations of the “second busiest commuter railroad in North America” are detailed in more than 250 color photos. Starting with commuter operations on the parent roads (NYC, NH, and EL), Metro-North’s history is examined in detail up to today by the road’s retired General Counsel. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
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Michigan Central Trackside with Emery Gulash
By Geoffrey H. Doughty
Famed photographer Emery Gulash takes the reader out on his home turf to photograph the ever-changing scene on the New York Central Michigan Central trackage from 1940 right up to the 1968 Penn Central merger. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
$54.95
$41.95
Milwaukee Road Diesel Locomotives V. 3
By Thomas Strauss
This is the third volume of a set which features Milwaukee Road Locomotives in depth. There are many photographs, action as well as roster shots, both historic black & white and vivid color, featuring diesel locomotives built by Alco, Baldwin, and Fairbanks-Morse. All are represented, Passenger Diesels, Freight Units, Road Switchers and Yard Switchers. There is a chapter on F-M C-Liner and Train Master
Demonstrators, as well as 44-Ton and 80-Ton Switchers. Included are complete diesel locomotive rosters, a photo index, as well as locomotive dispositions. This title is written by Thomas Strauss, a retired Milwaukee Road engineer who worked very closely with all of these locomotive types.
184 pages, Color & B&W, Hardcover.
4ways
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Milwaukee Road Diesel Power
By Frederick Hyde and Dale Sanders
This book covers the entire history of the Milwaukee Roads eclectic diesel roster from the humble beginnings of the diesel era through the sale of the road too Soo Line.Detailed coverage is provided on each model in the Milwaukee's locomotive fleet. The multitude of paint schemes that adorned the fleet is also examined as is the road's complex locomotive renumbering and retirement information. 254 pages, Color and B&W, Hardcover.
Mhs
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$55.95
Milwaukee Road Facilities In Color Volume 1: Illinois, Wisconsin and Iowa
By Robert J. Yanosey
Stations, towers, shops are shown in use by the locomotives, trains, and employees of the Milwaukee. Follow the Route of the Olympian Hiawatha west from Chicago Union Station to the western edge of the Iowa border. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
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$45.95
Milwaukee Road Facilities In Color Volume 2: MN, SD, MT, ID & WA
By Robert J. Yanosey
Take a ride on the Olympian Hiawatha from Minnesota to Seattle in this colorful all-color book. Stations, towers, and yards are passed on the way west both in electrified territory and that without wires. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
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Milwaukee Road Locomotives V. 2
By Thomas J. Strauss
Featuring every 1st generation EMD switcher and road switcher. Includes rosters and complete renumberings. 160 pages, Hardcover.
4ways
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Milwaukee Road Locomotive Portfolio
By Stephen M. Timko
A colorful complement to the Milwaukee Road Power in Color series. Roster and action views of this fallen flag’s switchers, roadswitchers, freight, and passenger power in yard, branch and mainline service. 96 pages, All Color, Softcover.
MS
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$31.95
Milwaukee Road Passenger Trains: Volume 3
By John F. Strauss, Jr.
Following his first two outstanding Milwaukee Road passenger train titles, noted author, John F. Strauss, Jr., presents his third book. This title features The Arrow, Southwest Limited, Midwest Hiawatha, Overland Route Streamliners, plus Milwaukee Road and Metra Commuter operations Featured are actual passenger train consists, passenger terminal arrival-departure schedules and much more. Each photo is very comprehensively captioned. Hardcover, Color & B&W, 136 page.
4ways
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Milwaukee Road Passenger Trains Volume 4
By John F. Strauss, Jr.
This Volume Four completes the presentation of Milwaukee Road’s passenger train service that has also been presented in Four Ways West Publication’s MILWAUKEE ROAD PASSENGER TRAINS: Volumes One, Two, and Three. It covers passenger train service operated between Chicago and Upper Michigan via Milwaukee and Green Bay. It also covers passenger train service between Chicago and Rapid City via Madison and Sioux Falls and between Chicago and St. Paul-Minneapolis via Madison and Austin, Minnesota. This Volume Four’s Epilogue includes several consists and photographs thereof that were assigned to Milwaukee Road’s Chicago-Milwaukee-Twin Cities “Speedliners”. Photographs of some of Milwaukee Road’s lightweight mail, express, and passenger cars appear in this Volume’s Appendix. The Index includes page locations of photographs of Milwaukee Road’s heavyweight and lightweight passenger cars appearing throughout the four volumes. 144 pages, B&W/Color, Hardcover.
4ways
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Milwaukee Road Power in Color V. 1 The Final 25 Years 1961-1986
By Stephen M. Timko
The Milwaukee's eclectic diesel fleet is examined in detail through a wonderful array of roster and action photography. Volume 1 emphasizes the passenger units including the E-units, Erie-builts. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
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Milwaukee Road Power in Color V. 2 Freight Covered Wagons and Second-Generation Roadswitchers
By Stephen M. Timko
Volume 2 covers the covered wagons built by EMD and FM as well as the second-generation roadswitchers that ushered in the 1960s. The Fairbanks-Morse C-Liners are featured as well as EMD’s F3’s, -7’s, -9’s, and FP7’s. Roadswitchers include the Milwaukee-only SDL39 as well as a plethora of EMD GP and SD models. The GE products feature the U-boats—both the four and six-wheel variety. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
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Milwaukee Road Power in Color V. 3 1961-1986 Electric Locomotives and Diesel Action
By Stephen M. Timko
Join us as we wrap up the coverage of the Milwaukee Road’s locomotive fleet. Volume 3 features the two separate electrified divisions—the Rocky Mountain Division and the Coast Division. Volume 3 also covers “Power Cars, Snow plows, and Miscellaneous Equipment and Structures” as well as “The Running Indian” locomotives, “Moving Along the Milwaukee Road, and “After the Milwaukee Road.” 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
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Milwaukee Road Through Passenger Service V. 1 1941-1965
By Greg Stout
A colorful study of the transition years from orange and maroon to Armour yellow and red. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
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Milwaukee Road Through Passenger Service V. 2 1966-1977
By Greg Stout and John Schulz
A careful examination of the Milwaukee Road’s intercity passenger service in its declining years before Amtrak with special chapters devoted to riding the COPPER COUNTY LIMITED and the travels of George Strombeck.128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
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Minneapolis, Northfield & Southern Railway In Color
By Aaron Isaacs
Built as an interurban but never electrified, the Minneapolis Northfield & Southern became a prosperous bridge line for 50 years before it was absorbed by the Soo Line during the merger era. It had an eclectic diesel roster and served dozens of on-line industries. Photographed by local railfans, this is an end-to-end tour of this classy little railroad from 1962 to 1985! 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
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Minnesota Mining Railroads In Color V.1
By David Schauer
Minnesota Mining Railroads in Color Volume 1 takes a look at the iron ore railroads of Oliver Iron Mining Company (U.S. Steel), Hanna Iron Mining Company, Balkan Mining Company and Mesaba-Cliffs. Steam, diesel and electric operations are included with numerous color images dating from the 1950s through the 1990s. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
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Minnesota Mining Railroads In Color V.2
By David Schauer
Minnesota Mining Railroads Volume 2 takes a look at Reserve Mining Company and Erie Mining Company, plus their successors. These two private industrial mainline railroads were constructed in the mid-1950s to support new taconite iron ore processing operations and fielded a wide variety of first generation diesel models. This volume covers the history of these operations as well as locomotives and rolling stock! 128 pages, Hardcover.
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Minnesota Railroad Maps
55 pages, Softcover. Includes BNSF, CN,CP, UP and Short Lines
SONRISA
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$10.50
Minnesota Railroads; A Photographic History 1940-2012
By Steve Glichinski
Remarkable photographs, many never before published, take us inside the cab of a monumental steam locomotive, which hauled iron ore from the Mesabi Range, and into the lounge car of the luxurious North Coast Limited streamliner. We visit the huge shops that worked on massive locomotives and go trackside to witness the morning rush hour at the St. Paul Union Depot. From the modest St. Charles depot welcoming the Rochester 400 in 1962 to brand-new locomotives speeding container trains west at Hawley in 2009, Minnesota Railroads combines thrilling close-ups and an edifying long view, fine details and a full history. Traveling from Winton to Worthington, Noyes to Winona, tracking the transition from steam to diesel and the mergers that created today’s mega railroads, Minnesota Railroads gives readers a richly textured picture of railroading’s past and future and its impact on life in Minnesota. 320 pages, B&W and Color, Hardcover.
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Missouri-Kansas-Texas in Color V. 2
By Daryl McGee
A look back at the years when Katy’s very existence was threatened and the road struggled on with old or rebuilt power. 128 pages, Hardcover.

MS
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Missouri-Kansas-Texas in Color V. 3
By Daryl McGee
The mid-1970s brought a new look to Miss Katy beyond green paint. Run-through trains, coal trains, new (and used) power. 128 pages, Hardcover.

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Missouri Pacific Color Guide to Freight and Passenger Equipment
By James Kinkaid
The varied roster of the MoPac is examined in more than 300 vintage color photos of passenger cars, revenue freight cars, trucks and MofW cars. 128 pages, Hardcover.

MS
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Missouri Pacific in Color V. 1; The Era of the EAGLES
By Jim Boyd
A look back at the end of steam through the first generation of diesels to the system renumbering of 1962. Texas & Pacific too! 128 pages, Hardcover.

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Missouri Pacific in Color V. 2; Screamin' Eagles
By Jim Boyd
The chop-nose era from 1960 to the UP merger, with a review of motive power changes, pre-Amtrak passenger service and the 1974 renumbering and paint scheme change. 128 pages, Hardcover.

MS
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$45.95

Missouri Pacific Lines Freight Train Services & Equipment
By Patrick C. Dorin
Author Patrick C. Dorin examines the diverse freight operations and equipment of the Missouri Pacific Lines from the Great Depression through to “MoPac’s” merger into the Union Pacific System in 1982. From coal and iron ore to perishables and piggyback, Missouri Pacific Lines Freight Train Services and Equipment covers both high-profile and relatively unheralded aspects of this important railroad’s freight operations. 144 pages, 250 B&W and Color photos, freight equipment rosters, selected locomotive diagrams, schedules and advertisements.

TLC
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$22.50

Missouri Pacific Power In Color: Diesels 1948-1982
By Greg Stout
Featuring Alco freight and passenger cab units, road switchers, EMD freight and passenger cab units, yard power, first and second generation roadswitchers; Baldwin Lima Hamilton yard power; General Electric road units! Spanning from the late 1940s thru the early 1980s! 128 pages, Hardcover.

MS
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$53.95

Missouri Pacific Through Passenger Service In Color
By Greg Stout
The post war passenger service of the MoPac is examined across its far-reaching system as well as the road it absorbed to reach the Windy City, the Chicago & Eastern Illinois. 128 pages, Hardcover.

MS
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$45.95

Model Railroader Introduction to Model Railroading
By Jeff Wilson
Introduction to Model Railroading offers beginning modelers a wealth of information. It begins with choosing a place, era and scale to model. Veteran modeler Jeff Wilson also breaks down the basics of planning a layout and building supporting benchwork. The easy-to-follow instructions and abundance of photographs make this the perfect introduction to scale model railroading.

Kalm
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$15.95

Model Railroaders Guide to Iron Ore Railroads
By Jeff Wilson
Explore the iron ore industry and the role played by rail in this Model Railroader book from the Guide to Industries series. Model Railroader’s Guide to Iron Ore Railroads details the history and evolution of the iron ore industry and railroads across all eras from the late 1800s to today.
This book includes:

  • The process of mining ore
  • How preparation plants function
  • Loading and transferring of ore from trains to ships and back to trains
  • Period and modern photos, including many previously unpublished
  • And more! You’ll learn how to take information from the real thing and accurately apply it to your own layout with this detailed book filled with facts about available models and tips on modeling iron ore mining, processing, and operations.
112 pages, B&W/Color, Softcover.
Kalm
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$18.95

Model Railroaders Guide to Steel Mills
By Bernard Kempinski
The Model Railroader’s Guide to Steel Mills makes modeling this archetypical American industry possible for the average modeler. Author and expert Bernard Kempinski explains the industrial process and the massive complex built around steel production. The reader will better understand how to create a realistic mill area and set up its rail operations. Chapters are included for steelmaking, steel mill railroads, steel mill track planning, and modeling tips.

Kalm
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$15.95

Modeling Cities & Towns
By Jeff Wilson
Do you want to create realistic cities, detailed landscapes and era-appropriate signs and more? Modeling Cities and Towns is your guide for hands-on modeling information and step-by-step techniques to capture realistic modeled cities and all the details in between. Filled with tons of information and inspiration that you can use today, Modeling Cities and Towns is your guide to making your layout more realistic!  No matter your layout size, you'll find inside a wide variety of topics including modifying and kitbashing structures; creating realistic, era-appropriate signs; combining multiple scenic elements in tight spaces; building track in streets; and realistically modeling streets and sidewalks. Prototype information include operations; large city passenger stations; and many examples of how real railroads wound through tight urban industrial areas. Modeling Cities and Towns isperfect for any modeler planning, building or improving a layout! 95 pages, B&W/Color, Softcover.

Kalm
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Monon in Color V. 2
By James Lewnard
Renewing Volume 1's exploration of the Monon from the Barriger years (1947-52) through the L&N merger in 1971, Volume 2 features diesel units, passenger car and train operations, and an extended piece on the modern freight car fleet! There is also a retelling of the Monon’s last day of independent operation from the dispatchers’ perspectives. Photos of over 25 unique Monon depots are also included! 128 pages, Hardcover.

MS
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$53.95

Montana Railroad Maps
Handy guide to today's railroads in Washington and Northern Idaho noted for 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. Abandoned or unused routes are also shown in relation to current routes as space allows.
• Detailed maps arranged by subdivision
Class Ones: Union Pacific • BNSF Railway
Shortlines: Butte, Anaconda & Pacific • Central Montana • Dakota, Missouri Valley & Western • Mission Mountain
• Station index
• Mainline radio frequencies
• Detector, crossover and tunnel locations
• Major highways shown for reference
• Centerspread locator map keyed to page numbers of detail maps
• Printed on heavy ivory-colored stock for reduced glare and increased durability
• 2017 edition
• 38 pages, approx. 4.25 x 11 inches, Softcover

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More Chicago Great Western in Minnesota
By John C. Luecke
This 208 page pictorial covers the history of the Chicago Great Western during its later years in Minnesota.
An in-depth study of this beloved Granger road, this book includes information and
a wealth of photographs covering the road’s mainline, branchlines, depots, terminals, iron mining operations and day to day struggle to survive. The book also features a collection of never before published construction photographs of the Winona & Southwestern and the Winona Bridge Company. If you are a CGW fan, a student of railroading in Minnesota or one who naturally roots for the underdog, this book is a must! 208 pages, with 400+ B&W photographs and 15 maps. Hardcover with Dust Jacket.

$41.95

More Milwaukee Road in Minnesota
By John C. Luecke
This book is the 8th volume written by John C. Luecke on the railroads of Minnesota.
Focusing on the Milwaukee Road system in Minnesota, this work includes over 430 photographs,
including 16 pages of color and more than thirty-five maps on 272 pages. Most of these photographs have never been published before thereby furnishing a fresh visual study of the line in Minnesota. In-depth written studies of the River Division, Minneapolis, Mendota and the Narrow Gauge branchlines fill out the book. Hardcover.

$60.00
$44.95

My Life with Trains - Memoir of a Railroader
By Jim McClellan
McClellan participated in the creation of Amtrak and Conrail and worked for NS, NYC and FRRA. The book provides a short historical overview of the changes in the industry, recounts McClellan’s experience at various RRs and offers personal reflections on a lifetime of working with and chasing trains.
322 pages, 250 Color Photos, Hardcover.

$45.00
$33.98

 

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