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2012 2013 2014 2015          

 

1985

   
Summer 1985 Volume 18 - Number 2

Summer 1985

Volume 18 - Number 2

 

  • Fort Wayne’s Project “X” [class X, later G3 4-6-0]
  • Tenders for the Class X
  • The Allen Valve Gear
  • PRR 6800 – One of a Kind [class P85G coach]
  • Old Friends
  • Electric Engines at Thorndale
 

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1990

   
Autumn 1990

Autumn 1990

Volume 23 - Number 3

 

  • The Pennsylvanian [Amtrak NY-PGH train]
  • The “Sandhouse King”
  • The Pennsylvania Abroad
  • The Un-Standard Railroad of the World
  • High and Wide Loads
  • The Braeburn Accommodations

 

 

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Winter 1990

Winter 1990

Volume 23 - Number 4

 

  • The Panhandle Division – Early History
  • The Panhandle Division – Main Line, 1942
  • 100 Years Ago on the PRR – 1890
  • The American-European Express and the Broadway
  • The Wellsville Ohio Centennial

 

 

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1993

   
1993

Spring 1993

Volume 26 - Number 1

 

  • PRR Steel RPO Cars
  • Anatomy of a Grif Teller Painting [Running By ET]
  • The Snow Storm [RPO Story]
 

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1993

Winter 1993

Volume 26 - Number 4

 

  • On The Way to Cape May – History to Railroad Transportation to Cape May, NJ
  • Railway Mail Service in Cape May County
  • The Last A3a [A&BB 0-4-0]
  • 100 Years Ago On The Pennsylvania Railroad System-1893
  • Pennsy Perfins
  • X23, X24, K7 Lettering Diagram
 

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1994

   
1994

Spring 1994

Volume 271 - Number 1

 

  • More Than Locomotives, Part II – PRR artifacts
  • The Panhandle Division-The Branch Lines Part I
  • Remembering the Panhandle-Conversation with Ronald O. Drake, PRR Engineman
  • Road Testing the E44
 

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1994

Summer 1994

Volume 27 - Number 2

 

  • Benevolent it Wasn’t – PRR discipline cases
  • Renovo and the P&E Railroad
  • The Panhandle Division-The Branch Lines, Part II
  • The PRR at Morrisville-June 1964
 

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1994

Autumn 1994

Volume 27 - Number 3

 

  • PRR GLB Hopper Cars
  • Columbia On The Pennsy
  • William V. Russell-PRR Portfolio – Motive power around the Eastern Region
  • It Doesn’t Get Any Better Than This – Trip on business car 120 in 1994
  • Malone’s Last Run
 

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1994

Winter 1994

Volume 27 - Number 4

 

  • The Atglen & Susquehanna: Lancaster County’s Low Grade
  • 100 Years Ago On The Pennsylvania Railroad System – 1894
  • The Panhandle Division-Branch Lines, Part III
 

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1995

   
1995

Spring 1995

Volume 28 - Number 2

 

  • Terminals, Tunnels and Turmoil-The History of Pennsylvania Station-Baltimore
 

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1995

Summer 1995

Volume 28 - Number 2

 

  • More Than Locomotives, Part III – Collection of lesser known things
  • Eugene Foster’s PRR Portfolio – Motive power from around the Eastern region
  • Turbine Power – The S2 and other plans
  • The Panhandle Revisited
  • Down In The Corner – Harvey Teeter PRR engineman 1913-1961
 

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1995

Autumn 1995

Volume 28 - Number 3

 

  • The Route Of The Weekend Chief – LIRR parlor car operations
  • Not Worth Repeating? – Using circle keystones on class N5 cabins
  • A Streamliner, It Wasn’t –A Ride on Pennsy’s Railcar 4666
 

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1995

Winter 1995

Volume 28 - Number 4

 

  • The Big Pacific: Class K5
  • Construction of the 5698
  • A Christmas Tragedy – Pittsburgh derailment of K4s 8309 in 1937
  • The South-West Pennsylvania Railway and Youngwood, 1871-1935
  • 100 Years Ago On The Pennsylvania Railroad System-1895
  • Requiem For The Broadway Limited
  • Overlooked Defect in Pennsy N5 Cabin cars – problems with sway brackets
 

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1996

   
Summer 1985 Volume 18 - Number 2

Spring 1996

Volume 29 - Number 1

 

  • Sunnyside: The World’s Greatest Passenger Railroad Yards
  • The Cars of Sunnyside – Passenger car pictorial
 

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Summer 1985 Volume 18 - Number 2

Summer 1996

Volume 29 - Number 2

 

  • How To Wash A Locomotive – Class H9 1493 goes overboard at South Amboy
  • Interview with Clair I. Clugh-Manager Altoona Works (Retired) – With plans and photos
  • The 4700 and W. W. Atterbury-Development of the First M1 – Squelching an urban legend
  • PRR Crew Express Cabin Cars – Photos, lettering diagrams, rosters, text
  • An Unsung Hero – Thomas P. Cope
 

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Summer 1985 Volume 18 - Number 2

Autumn 1996

Volume 29 - Number 3

 

  • Hand Lanterns of the Pennsylvania Railroad Part 1
  • Overview Of The History and Development Of The Pennsylvania Railroad’s
    Altoona Shops
  • Made in Altoona – Pictorial of various steam locomotives
  • Passenger Cars Interior Color Schemes – Coaches 1939
 

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1997

   
1997

Spring 1997

Volume 30 - Number 1

 

  • PRR Portfolio – Motive power from the Eastern Region
  • My Altoona Experiences, 1950-1951
  • Of Poles, Bridges and Substations – Details about electric-traction facilities
 

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1997

Spring 1997

Volume 30 - Number 2

 

  • Rail Passenger Service Returns To Cape May County – Current operations on the P-RSL
  • George Weaver: My Career with the PRR
  • Second 5698-An Extraordinary Project – 1 ½” scale live steam class K5
  • The Wreck of the Ashtabula-“You only do that once.” – Operation-demise of the car ferry
  • Railroading in a Blizzard – Ca. 1960s
  • Pictorial-Painting of PRR Vehicles – ca. 1929-1949
  • On The Road Again – Ken Brier’s PRR 1950 Ford pickup
  • Stopped in Its Tracks – Problems with potatoes from a track pan
 

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1997

Autumn 1997

Volume 30 - Number 3

 

  • The Way Things Are Supposed To Be Done – Experiences on the GR&I
  • Queponco Station – 1996 restoration of DM&V station
  • For Sale – The selling of PRR steam locomotives to other railroads
  • Locomotive Operations – Setting up steam locomotives for high-speed operation
  • The Diary of Wilson Howell Carpenter-An Account of the 1877 Railroad Riots
  • The Greenville Bypass - Stories from a car trace clerk
  • George Weaver-An Epilogue, George Weaver Commentary – corrections to previous article
 

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1997

Winter 1997

Volume 30 - Number 4

 

  • Train-Watching in the Harrisburg Area – Pictures, plans and text
  • 100 Years Ago-On The Pennsylvania Railroad System 1897
  • Construction of the New York Connecting-Last Act Of An Ambitious Plan
  • The Burlington & Mount Holly Traction Railway
  • The American Influence On Gresley’s Pacifics
 

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1998

   
1998

Autumn 1998

Volume 31 - Number 3

 

  • The War-Emergency Box Car Conversions – Troop coaches and kitchens
  • The Long Island Switch Gems-The C51 and C51sa
  • New York Harbor Terminals – Map
 

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1998

Winter 1998

Volume 31 - Number 4

 

  • Hand Lanterns Of The Pennsylvania Railroad-Part 2
  • The Last Gasp – Union Transportation Company’s B6sb 5244
  • 100 Years Ago-On The Pennsylvania Railroad System-1898
  • Pullman Car Libertas of the 1898 “Pennsylvania Limited” – Restored at Conway Scenic
  • Susquehanna, Pride of the Fish Commission – Stocking fish in PA ca. 1880s
  • Help From Above-The saga of the knife-nosed devil – The McKeen Motor Car 4701
  • Pennsylvania Steel, 1867-1916 – PRR’s early steel rail manufacturing venture
  • Rockville Bridge Under the PRR – A Capsule History
  • Union Jct. and B&P Jct. Towers at Baltimore, MD
 

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1999

 

1999

Winter 1999

Volume 32 - Number 4

 

  • Heyday of the RPO System of The Pennsylvania Railroad
  • Grif Teller, Artist Remembered
 

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2000

   
2000

Spring 2000

Volume 33 - Number 1

 

  • The PRR’s Fredrick Branch
  • Pennsylvania Railroad Locomotive Bells
  • It Was The Day That The Railroad Died, At Least in Indiana - 1916 auto vs. train race
 

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2000

Summer 2000

Volume 33 - Number 2

 

  • The XL Box Car and Related Classes
  • New Information on Old Cars – More about the XL and related classes
 

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2000

Autumn 2000

Volume 33 - Number 3

 

  • A Brief History of the Pennsylvania Railroad MP54 Multiple-Unit Cars
  • Wait Until Dark – Taking night photos at Meadows Yard Engine house
  • Unfulfilled Ambition-Why the Pennsylvania Railroad Ended at Effner
  • Remarks at Retirement Luncheon for Joseph F. Tripican – Retiring Director, Personnel
  • A PRR 4-8-4 – Speculation of design
  • The PRR Confronts the Port of New York Authority – 1928 proposed railroad changes My Altoona Experiences
 

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2001

   
Summer 1985 Volume 18 - Number 2

Spring 2001

Volume 34 - Number 1

 

  • Waynesburg & Washington Engine 4 – A surviving PRR narrow gauge 2-6-0
  • The New Pennsylvania Limited – The “Yellow Kid”
  • All Tickets Please – PRR passenger ticket styles
  • N.C. Wyeth’s Pennsylvania Railroad Paintings – 1929 Promotional Posters
  • Test Run of S2 6200
 

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Summer 1985 Volume 18 - Number 2

Summer 2001

Volume 34 - Number 2

 

  • PRR War-Emergency Coaches - All classes
  • The Northumberland Affair - Faking live steam in 1967
  • The Placing of K4s 1361 on Horseshoe Curve – 1957
  • Pennsylvania Lines Steel Tender Lettering and striping - 1916
  • Restoration of EP22 5809
 

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Summer 1985 Volume 18 - Number 2

Autumn 2001

Volume 34 - Number 3

 

  • An Appreciation of the T1 – The Engineman’s Perspective
  • A Slippery Subject – The class T1 slipping problems
  • T1 Keystone Controversy – The T1’s number plates
  • Locomotive Cab Lettering and Striping – 1920
  • The “Great” P&BC Train Robbery – At Rising Sun, MD
  • MD-22, “Georgia Peach Train”
  • My Years on the Pennsy – 1948-1950
  • MisMatches - Locomotive-tender mismatches
  • Insert – 1945 class T1 Lettering Diagram
 

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Summer 1985 Volume 18 - Number 2

Winter 2001

Volume 34 - Number 4

 

  • Remembering the Parkton Local – Baltimore Commuter Service ca. 1850s-1959
  • Pennsy Diesels Roar Again – Bennett Levin’s restored class EP22’s
  • The PRR at 14th Street, Louisville, Kentucky – The 14th Street Engine house
  • The “Slippery” T1
 

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2002

   
2002

Spring 2002

Volume 35 - Number 1

 

  • Ohio River & Western Railway Models – On3
  • Riding The Cape May Seashore Lines
  • Part of the Pennsy Look 1922-1957 – Electric marker and class lamps
  • The History of the Class T1 Keystones
  • Philadelphia Terminal Division Operator Part III
  • DT&I ex-PRR Steam Locomotives
  • The Missing Link – Class GV Steel Hopper Cars
  • PRR Class L1 “Berkshire” 1306 – At the Altoona Test Plant
 

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2002

Summer 2002

Volume 35 - Number 2

 

  • Locomotive Tonnage ratings – Central Region 11-11-43
  • Wild Ride on Mixed Train 6609 – Punxsutawney to Cresson, 1940
  • Lettering Schemes for PRR Covered Hoppers, 1931 – 1968
  • PRR Steam Boiler Explosions
  • Moving the US Route 30 Bridge at Paradise, PA – 1998
  • Train NL-3, ca. 1952
  • Paint ‘Em Green – Painting of early steam power
 

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2002

Autumn 2002

Volume 35 - Number 3

 

  • The Pocomoke City Station
  • 19 North, Copy 1 – Stories from a NEC Dispatcher
  • 2000 Plus, The Pennsy’s Class H6
  • Farewell to the LIRR P-S Passenger Cars
 

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2002

Winter 2002

Volume 35 - Number 4

 

  • Emigh’s Gap – T&C Branch over Tyrone Mountain
  • The Railroads of Lewes, Delaware
  • An Engineman’s Recollections of the Beloved K4s
 

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2003

   
2002

Spring 2003

Volume 36 - Number 1

 

  • D78, The Lines West Diner
 

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2002

Summer 2003

Volume 36 - Number 2

 

  • The Airway Limited [Transcontinental Air Transport – TAT]
  • Tender Lettering & Striping, Lines Wear Drawing [1902]
 

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2002

Autumn 2003

Volume 36 - Number 3

 

  • Second Engine 28
  • The Big Elephant [4-6-0T No. 258]
  • Preston, MD
  • Tender Underbody Detail Part I
  • The Way It Was [MW Stories]
  • LIRR Road Vehicles
  • Steel Tender Lettering & Striping Diagram [LW 1915]
 

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2002

Winter 2003

Volume 36 - Number 4

 

  • Rails Along Tangascootac Creek
  • K4s Siderod Design
  • Arrangement of Lettering, Classes R8 & X26 [1920]
  • The Penn Central Bankruptcy – A Blessing in Disguise
  • Postcards of the PRR
  • William V. Russell’s H6 Scrapbook
  • The Disappearing Fireman
  • Girdletree, Maryland Passenger and Freight Stations
  • South Amboy and Camden Pictorial [Steam Locos]
  • Harold Ickes’ Railroad Days
  • The Lost Tunnel of Brooklyn [NY]
  • J1/J1A Vilco Sander [1943 Drawing]
  • The Development of Rail
  • Retirement in 1909 after 55 Years
  • How Half A Locomotive Ran Away [T1 at Altoona Test Plant]
  • The Last Run of K4S 5478 [Redbird Derailment June 1948]
  • Streamlined K4S Lettering and Striping [No. 3768, 1936]
 

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2004

   
2004

Spring 2004

Volume 37 - Number 1

 

  • The T1 and Related Ruminations
  • A Reassessment of T1 6110 and 6111
  • Panic Stop at Greensburg
  • Legendary Ghosts of Irish Railroad Workers [Duffy’s Cut]
  • Eugene W. Foster Postcard Pictorial
  • Jack Emerick Pictorial
  • LIRR Cabin Car 14
  • The Evolution of Crossties
  • A Piece of the Pennsy [PFW&C MP 439]
  • Monmouth Junction Accident [November 1925]
  • Summer 2004 – Volume 37 – Number 2
  • Joe - Tribute to a Railroader [Pictorial]
  • Pennsy’s Peninsula of Plenty [The Delmarva]
  • Eugene W. Foster Pictorial
  • Sloping Tenders Lettering Drawing [1903]
  • Ballast and Roadbed
  • Rails Along Tangascootac Creek
 

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2004

Summer 2004

Volume 37 - Number 2

 

  • Joe – Tribute to a Railroader [Pictorial]
  • Pennsy’s Peninsula of Plenty – The Del-Mar-Va
  • Eugene W. Foster Pictorial
  • Sloping Tender Lettering Diagram – December 1903
  • Ballast and Roadbed
  • Tangascootac Area Maps and Pictorial
 

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2004

Autumn 2004

Volume 37 - Number 3

 

  • A Guide to PRR F-Units and Their Evolution, Part 1
 

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2004

Winter 2004

Volume 37 - Number 4

 

  • Horseshoe Curve 150th Anniversary Celebration
  • Horseshoe Curve Pictorial
  • Port Columbus Celebrates its 75th Anniversary
  • Airway Limited Postscript [TAT]
  • Runaway GG1 Crash, Washington Union Station [4876]
  • The Great Dynamite Wreck [Harrisburg, 1905]
 

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2005

   
2005

Spring 2005

Volume 38 - Number 1

 

  • A Guide to PRR F-Units and Their Evolution, Part 2
 

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2005

Summer 2005

Volume 38 - Number 2

 

  • A Cincinnati Sojourn
  • Limes of the JM&I Railroad in Southern Indiana
  • Hooray for Horan [Paul Schopp poem]
  • Long Pull of Power [Madison Hill Motive Power]
 

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2005

Autumn 2005

Volume 38 - Number 3

 

  • The Pennsylvania Railroad and the Civil War
  • Two Civil War Railroaders – Thomas A. Scott and Herman H. Haupt
  • The Railroad Fiction of Stephen W. Meader
  • The End of the Long Island Rail Road Mail Service
  • The Wreck of the Broker – February 6, 1951
  • Station “FK,” Franklin City, Virginia
 

SKU 383 - $10.00

 

2006

   
2006

Spring 2006

Volume 39 - Number 1

 

  • All Roads Lead to the I1s – But Not Quite
  • The PRR’s Lewisburg & Tyrone Railroad
  • Cuyahoga Falls “Doodlebug” Crash Memorial Erected
  • It Was The Most Horrible Sight – Doodlebug Crash July 1940
  • RRMPA Restores PRR Air Brake Instruction Car
 

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2006

Summer 2006

Volume 39 - Number 2

 

  • The Q1 - An Alternate View
  • All Roads Lead to the I1s – But Not Quite (Part II)
  • PRR Steel Tenders Lettering and Striping Drawing
 

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2006

Autumn 2006

Volume 39 - Number 3

 

  • A History of Cab Signaling and Automatic Train Control on the PRR
  • A Case for the T1A 5547
  • Memories of a Neophyte Fireman
  • The T1 That Might Have Been
 

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2006

Winter 2006

Volume 39 - Number 4

 

  • The PRR’s Navy – Part 1 New York Area
  • Metamorphosis of the [Tugboat] Pittsburgh III
  • With a Special 24-page Don Wood Tribute Insert
 

SKU 394 - $10.00

 

2007

   
2007

Summer 2007

Volume 40 - Number 2

 

  • D82 Series Dining Cars
  • A Magnificent Collection [Number Plates, Badge Plates, Signs, etc.]
  • Ten-Wheeler North – Part 1 [a tribute to the class G5s on the GR&I]
 

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2007

Autumn 2007

Volume 40 - Number 3

 

  • Class FS-24m Diesels
  • Ten-Wheeler North, Part II [a tribute to the class G5s on the GR&I]
  • The Howie Waelder Tales
  • Pitcairn Pictorial
  • PRR Through Passenger Service to the Southwest
 

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2007

Winter 2007

Volume 40 - Number 4

 

  • PRR’s Navy, Part III – The Chesapeake Bay Area
  • When The Pennsylvania Railroad Sailed the Chesapeake Weather and Tide Permitting
  • D16SB Power on the Eastern Shore
  • Last Crossing At Odenton [WB&A over the PRR]
 

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2008

 

2008

Summer 2008

Volume 41 - Number 2

 

  • The PRR in Crestline, Ohio
  • The Wreck of the Golden Triangle
  • The Wreck of the Red Arrow
  • PRR EP-20 Diesels
 

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2008

Autumn 2008

Volume 41 - Number 3

 

  • The PRR’s Navy Part IV – The Great Lakes
  • Ten-Wheeler North – Part IV
  • William B. Haxel, Engineman
  • The Second 50 – PRR Accidents 51-100 Investigated by the ICC [1921-1929]
  • The Mechanization of Track Work – Part I
 

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2008

Winter 2008

Volume 41 - Number 4

 

  • K2 Speed Trials on the WJ&S, 1913
  • Pennsy Tests the N&W Class J
  • Some Thoughts on Pennsy Passenger Steam Power
  • Computer Simulation Modeling of the T1
  • Colonial Crafts [3BR-1DR-Buffet Lounge Pullman]
  • An American Live Steam Treasure [1” scale model T1]
  • PRR GP7s and GP9s
  • PRR North Jersey Coast Commuter Clubs
  • PT Division Operator, Part V
  • The Tuscan Red K4s
  • Key Center, One Ring [PRR T-Boxes]
  • Heavyweight Parade at Northumberland [Stored Pullmans]
 

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2009

   
2002

Spring 2009

Volume 42 - Number 1

 

  • RMPA Line Up of Lowey and Studebaker Clients
  • GG1 4935 and WUT 100th Anniversary
  • My Tour at Chicago’s 59th Street Enginehouse
  • The Pennsy Fan Trip That Thawed The Freeze
  • Grade Crossing Accident at Snow Hill, Maryland
  • Exhaust Steam Injectors (three articles)
  • A Walk to MP 3 on the Princeton Branch
  • Sheffield & Tionesta Valley Railroads
  • Oil City & Pithole Railroad
  • The Louis Sockalexis (Originally Frank Thompson class POS 211)
  • PRR ALCo Switchers
 

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2009

Summer 2009

Volume 42 - Number 2

 

  • RRMP at Strasburg
  • PRR’s Navy Part V – Pennsylvania Canals
  • PRR Class T1 Tests on the C&O and N&W
  • PRR Tests The N&W Class J – Part II
  • “Airway Limited” 80 Years Ago
  • K2 Trials on the WJ&S, 1913, Supplement
 

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2009

Autumn 2009

Volume 42 - Number 3

 

  • The Building of Tornado (UK class A1 Pacific)
  • Tornado and 1361
  • 1361’s Career
  • K4s No. 1361 PRR Historical Record Cards
  • 41st Annual Meeting – Merrillville, IN
  • Amtrak Celebrates National Train Day
  • First Human Remains Recovered at Duffy’s Cut
  • Doings on the Eastern Shore (NYP&N)
  • Boat Train to Brooklyn
  • Working the Pennsy Main Line
  • PRR Medal for Heroic Service
 

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2009

Winter 2009

Volume 42 - Number 4

 

  • Letters About 1361
  • LIRR class G5s No. 39 at Strasburg
  • PRRT&HS class E6s No. 460 Matching Grant Program
  • Scope of Restoration for No. 460
  • Survivor of the Atlantics
  • E6s No. 460 History 1914-1956
  • Lancaster Train Station Makeover
  • PRR Alliance Inn and Hamilton Inn to B&O Museum
  • 2009 Annual Meeting Pictorial
  • First Attempted Restoration of G5s No. 39
  • Logansport Memories
  • How I Remember the Pennsy
  • Two Natural Disasters (1913 and 1936 floods)
  • Pennsy Memories
 

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2010

   
2002

Spring 2010

Volume 43 - Number 1

 

  • Demolition of Philadelphia Steam Heat plant and Pier 122 Ore Crane No. 1
  • PRR Steel Horse Cars (B74a and B74b)
  • 29,000 Box Cars, The Ubiquitous X29
  • The Third 50 PRR Accidents Investigated by the ICC
  • The Chartiers Southern Railway Company – A PRR Subsidiary
  • The Veteran Employees Association Delaware Division Beach Club House
  • Far From Home (class B6sb No. 1687 in Korea)
  • A Section Foreman’s Look at Duffy’s Cut
 

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2009

Summer 2010

Volume 43 - Number 2

 

  • PRRT&HS Presentation of Check to RRMP
  • Life and Time of Locomotive No. 35 (LIRR G5s)
  • Keystone Cars (P85k) to Canada
  • Olney, MD Freight Station Restoration
  • More About No. 1361
  • Charlie Fox Takes the Throttle (RRMP)
  • Pittsburgh Locomotive and Cars Works and the PRR
  • Andrew Carnegie’s Former Locomotive Works Slated for Demolition
  • Extra Board and Speed or, “Now It Can Be Told”
  • Etris Pictorial
  • A Camp Train Story (Dining in camp cars)
  • Pop Pop (PRR Veteran Story)
  • PW&B and PB&W MW Equipment, Part 1
  • Lettering Diagram for F21, F22 and F24 flat cars
  • Greensburg (Pa) Station
  • Cloyd’s Creations (Record of a PRR sign painter)
  • PRR EMD SW1 and NW2 Switchers
  • Edgar Thomson Led The Railroad Revolution
 

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2009

Autumn 2010

Volume 43 - Number 3

 

  • The Pennsylvania News
  • The Q2 Enigma
  • P82AR Coaches
  • My Tugboat Career
  • Greensburg at Pier R – Steve Cryan watercolor
 

SKU 433 - $5.00

 

2011

   
2002

Spring 2011

Volume 44 - Number 1

 

  • The Pennsylvania News
  • Lettering Schemes for PRR Cabin Cars, 1876 to 1968 (Part II)
  • Olean, NY, The Way it Was [c. 1952]
  • Pittsburgh’s OC Bridge
 

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2009

Summer 2011

Volume 44 - Number 2

 

  • The Pennsylvania News
  • PRR’s Navy, Part V
  • The PRR’s Snow Shoe Branch
  • 4231 Peeks Out
 

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2009

Autumn 2011

Volume 44 - Number 3

 

  • The Pennsylvania News
  • OC Bridge Postscript
  • The Red Sox Wreck of 1933 [Wyoming, Del.]
  • Show of Shows [Sunnyside Yard]
  • Fleet of Modernism Lettering Differences
 

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2009

Winter 2011

Volume 44 - Number 4

 

  • The Pennsylvania News
  • Centennial of Pennsylvania Station (NY)
  • Centerspread – Gateway to Gotham (Peter Lerro)
  • PRR Class GG Hopper Cars
  • PRR MP54 Multiple Unit Cars
 

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2012

   
2002

Spring 2012

Volume 45 - Number 1

 

  • The Pennsylvania News
  • The Clearfield Extension of the Tyrone & Clearfield Railway
  • Two Dog Tales (PRR canine stories)
  • The Legendary Burlington Zephyr Makes History in Paoli
  • WWII Fallen Servicemen Repatriation Program – November 1947
  • (Brooklyn Army Terminal)
  • Joe Henry Kline and Lewistown
  • My First Catch (RPO clerk story)
  • Horse Car Redoux (B74b)
  • TrucTrain Studies (c. 1956 trailer photos)
  • A Unique Five-Piece Set (Keystone and badge plates)
  • La Reine To Live Again (Saga of the PRR’s only 10S-1DR-1C Pullman)
  • Buy War Bonds (Freight car stenciling)
 

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2009

Summer 2012

Volume 45 - Number 2

 

  • The Pennsylvania News
         Thank You for Your Support – Al Buchan
         Lancaster, Pa. Improvements
         Ex-PRR Cars Now Owned by B&O Museum
         Old Vanderbilt Piers to be Removed
         Altoona Museum Roundhouse Progresses
         Norfolk Southern Celebrates Heritage
         Steam into History
         The End of the Keystone Train?
         Remembering Duffy’s Cut 57
         PRR Debris from Johnstown Flood
         PRR Depot Named Historic Landmark
         4876 Still Hangs On
  • Columbia Branch in the 1960s
  • East Liberty! East Liberty!
  • The Keystone in Korea
  • PRR’s General Electric U25B
  • PRR Container Car Service
  • Journal Maintenance
  • Repacking the Plain Bearings
  • The New York Connecting Railroad
  • End of the Line at Tiro, Ohio
  • Mystery Wreck
  • A Night on the Pennsylvania Special
 

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2009

Autumn 2012

Volume 45 - Number 3

 

  • The Pennsylvania News
         Sending Former PRR Silverliners to Scrap
         NS Days
         Ex-PRR GS4m Being Restored
         The Little Engine That Couldn’t (GS4m/GE 44 tonner)
         Zoo to Paoli Transmission Plans Changed
         Moynihan Station Contract Awarded
         USS Missouri Cannon on Track to Lewes
         Steam Operations Corporation
         Delayed Restoration of PRR Cars
         Replacement of Bridge Creates Problems
  • The Trials and Tribulations of #6200
  • Getting the Traffic Through
  • PRR Locomotives Lettering, Striping and Ownership Marking on Cars (Drawing)
 

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2009

Winter 2012

Volume 45 - Number 4

 

  • The Pennsylvania News
         44th Annual Meeting Report
         Smoke, Steam and Whistles on the Middle Division
         Ex-PRR POS211, Now the Louis Sockalexis
         End of Form 19 Train Orders
         Ex-PRR Towers in Ohio
         Michigan PRR Station Sign
  • Carrying the Enemy
  • E.W. Pennebaker, PRR Engineman
  • Tuscan Red Memories
  • Glen Burnie Revisited
  • Society Services
  • End Markers
 

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2013

   
2002

Spring 2013

Volume 46 - Number 1

 

  • The Pennsylvania News
         Altoona Roundhouse
         ALTO Tower Decommissioned
         Dennison Railroad Museum
         Stewartstown Railroad Abandoned
         Norfolk Southern Honors Military Veterans
         Turbotville, Pa Train Station
  • Thoughts on Neil Burnell’s S2 Article
  • Problems with the Operation of the S2
  • The Atlantic Division
  • How Many PRR Inspection Locomotives?
  • The West Penn
  • Altoona Dead Line
  • Why a GG1 will Never Run Again
  • In Poor Taste
  • End Markers
 

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2009

Summer 2013

Volume 46 - Number 2

 

  • Keystone News
         GG1 Rusts Away in Baltimore
         Virginia Transportation Museum Launches Study
         A Sad State of Affairs
         Cork Tower Closed
         PRR Twin-unit Diner to Return?
         Lewistown Fire Protection System
         Fed Money Keeps Rail Tunnel Alive
  • My Small Obsession with K4s #5495
  • D&TSL – PRR Interchange at Toledo, Ohio
  • Metamorphosis of a Station
  • The New Yorker, 66 Years Ago
  • Birthday Surprise
  • Young Minds Sidetracked
  • Two Wrecks
  • Friends of PRR Say Goodbye
  • End Markers
 

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2009

Autumn 2013

Volume 46 - Number 3

 

  • Keystone News
         Steam on the Northern Central
         Middle Division Magic
         Railroad Museum Roundhouse
         E6s #460 Restoration at RRMP
         LIRR G5S #39
         NS Pipeline on Wheels
         Strasburg Railroad Sells ex-PRR 44-tonner
         Bringing PRR Equipment Back to Life
         Duffy’s Cut Burial in Ireland
  • Fifty Years Ago on the Northeast Corridor
  • The Steam Era Northeast Corridor
  • EMC/EMD Switchers on the PRR
  • End Markers
 

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2009

Winter 2013

Volume 46 - Number 4

 

  • Keystone News
         PRRT&HS 45th Annual Meeting
         Society Purchases New Portable Display

  • The Keystone Train, Alpha to Omega
  • PRR Crestline Roundhouse
  • Susquehanna Afternoon
  • The PRR and Cleveland Ohio
  • Panhandle Traffic, 1941
  • A Railroad Family of Aspinwall, Pa.
  • End Markers
 

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2014

   
2014

Spring 2014

Volume 47 - Number 1

Keystone News

  • Creation of the PRR T1 5550 Steam Locomotive Trust
  • Pullman Porter Blues
  • Steam Into History
  • Norfolk Southern Dedicates Rail Yard
  • PRRT&HS Paint Committee Report
  • Pennsy Railcar Restorations
  • Amtrak ACS-64 Sprinter Clearance Test Run
  • Grif Teller Visits Horseshoe Curve
  • Centerspread (Grif Teller)
  • Parlor –Observation Queen Mary Scrapped
  • Amtrak Fall Leaf Excursions
  • Quincy, Pa. Station
  • Amtrak’s Veteran Diesel
  • New Bridge Erected Across Amtrak Tracks
  • A Pennsy Pike in France
  • The Shrinking Dinky
  • Book Review
  • Lettters
  • Remembering Al Stauffer
  • End Markers
 

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2009

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Autumn 2014

Volume 47 - Number 3

 

  • Keystone News
           46th Annual PRRT&HS Annual Meeting Report
           Streamliners at Spencer
           A Trip Aboard Dover Harbor
           5550 T1 Trust Update
           PRR Sleepers Survive as Circus Quarters
           T1 #6110 Centerspread
  • 90 mph and Beyond
  • My Initial Encounters with the GP30 Fleet (Volkmer)
  • End Markers
 

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2009

Winter 2014

Volume 47 - Number 4

 

  • Keystone News
           Preserving the Finale of Long Island Steam
           Update on Midwest Railway Preservation Society (MRPS) Acquisitions
           Track Pan Display in Wilmore, PA
           Three (photos) by Losse
           5550 T1 Trust Update
           Condition of ex-PRR Tunnels
           Railroad Trivia
  • A More Complete History of the Chartiers Branch, Part 1
  • Fort Wayne Centerspread
  • Joe Gallino Jr.
  • NYC M-497
  • Rolling Stock Development – The LIRR MP41
  • Society Services
  • End Markers
 

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2015

   
2014

Summer 2015

Volume 48 - Number 2

 

Keystone News

  • PRR (Pittsburgh) Structures Awarded Plaques
  • Extant H31
  • End Markers

Renovo’s Last Days as a Railroad Town
“Shark and Centipedes”
The PRR New York Movement Bureau
Engineman Joseph L. Kiehart
Helen Kiehart, PRR Wartime Turntable Operator
Society Services

 

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2009

Autumn 2015

Volume 48 - Number 3

 

Keystone News

  • 47th Annual Meeting
  • The T1 Trust Progress Update
  • Amtrak Derailment at Frankford Junction
  • Francis L. Suter
  • Ex-PRR Paul Revere

A More Complete History of the Chartiers Branch, Part 3
“Pennsy in its Prime”
Pullman Sleepers Eventide and Nocturne
What Happened to GG1 #4876
Varsity at Newark in 1948
The Great People-Poop Wreck
Mystery Photos
End Markers
Society Services

 

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2009

Winter 2015

Volume 48 - Number 4

 

Keystone News

  • The Keystone of a Restoration Project
  • Grain Hopper (H47A)
  • Farewell For Now Portraits
  • E8A Blasphemy
  • Ex-TAT Tin Goose in Indianna

Philadelphia and the Main Line in the 1960s
Molly Pitcher and the PRR
PRR Shops and Yards at Dennison, Ohio, Part 1 of 2
Joe Gallino, Part 2
End Markers
Society Services

 

 

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