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The final entry in this series features former Erie Lackawanna property and equipment from 1991-1999. Travel east-west across the former EL system viewing CP, NYS&W, Ohio Central, and other operations.
Old Reliable's passenger service was neither deluxe nor state-of-the-art, and its feature trains all originated on someone else's railroad. However, the Louisville & Nashville offered a comfortable, friendly service that connected the major gateways in the East and Midwest with the South.
First of a four-part series on New Haven Power. Gone since 1969, the New Haven rostered a fleet of unique B-A1A electric/diesel-electric passenger locomotives which replaced older Alco units. Alco freight cabs and boosters, experimental lightweight passenger units. FL9 coverage includes post New Haven owners.
Volume 2 covers the former MGA West Division, including the modern (1967) Waynesburg Southern and (1984) Manor Branch. It features 300 full-color photos by noted railfan photographer E. Roy Ward.
This second volume examines the NS systemwide between 1999 and the takeover of Conrail lines until 2019. Particular attention is given to operations on the former Conrail and Virginian lines and the coal country of West Virginia. Everything from blue former Conrail engines to the NSŐs heritage fleet is featured in scenic and historic locations.
Electro-Motive power played a huge role in moving Santa Fe trains. In this volume, four-axle hood units, from pre-WWII switchers to Warbonnet GP60Ms are covered.
The great harbor surrounding New York City was both a barrier and a thoroughfare for dozens of area railroads. This first volume features the unique character of waterfront railroading on the B&O, BEDT, BT, DL&W, Erie, and EL.
Enjoy the variety of cabooses acquired by Conrail. Plenty of intriguing roster shots.
Travels with author and photographer Dick Loane conclude with excursions and daily railroading in New England. Read his observations and view his photography on the B&M, B&A, MEC, D&H, RUT, CV, and New England shortlines.