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N&W Giant of Steam
By Colonel Lewis Ingles Jeffries
The most definitive history of the Norfolk and Western Railway steam power ever written has been expanded and updated in this new, revised edition. This colorful tribute to the glory days of N&W's steam is the culmination of an additional 25 years of research that presents this greatly expanded account of the N&W's motive power and its operations from 1896 to 1964. Includes sections on older steam, modern steam and other power with statistical data, a Roanoke Shops construction list, and a listing of all pre-1964 N&W motive power either preserved or still in service on Norfolk Southern. Includes info on N&W electrics, turbine-electric "Jawn Henry" and the proposed compound Class Y7. First & second generation diesels are covered. Virginian merged locomotives are also included. Hardcover, 350 pages.
NWHIS
$59.95
$41.95
Narrow Gauge Country 1870-1970
By Mallory Hope Ferrell
This 372-page volume features railroads such as the Denver & Rio Grande; Rio Grande Southern; Denver, South Park & Pacific; Colorado & Southern; Gilpin Tramway Co.; Argentine Central; Uintah Railway; Silverton Railroad; Silverton, Gladstone & Northernly; Colorado Central; Florence & Cripple Creek; Denver, Leadville & Gunnison; Montezuma Lumber Co.; Greely, Salt Lake & Pacific; Colorado & Northwestern; New Mexico Lumber Co.; Pagosa Lumber Co.; Tierra Amarilla Southern Railroad; and the Boston Coal & Fuel Co., among others. Some of the more prominent photo locations in the book include Marshall Pass, Alpine Tunnel, Chalk Cliffs, Lizard Head, Georgetown Loop, Ophir Loop, Silverton Branch, Clear Creek Canyon, Trout Lake, Cerro Summit and Forks Creek. 372 pages, 600 B&W Photos.
Hiemb
$72.95
$59.95
Nevada Central; Sagebush Narrow Gauge; Sagebrush Narrow Gauge
By Mallory Hope Ferrell
A deluxe volume that traces the amazing story of a three-foot-gauge railroad that ran through the heart of the great American Basin. Built to carry the commerce of rich silver and gold strikes, the Nevada Central struggled against tremendous odds for six decades. Often called “a line in the sand,” the 93-mile-long rail route ran between Battle Mountain, where it connected with the Central Pacific, in a southwesterly direction to Austin, Nevada. Most of the rail was 35# iron; the struggling railroad line crossed 66 timber trestles between its end points. The railroad began construction in 1879 to help open up the vast and virtually unpopulated area of the Silver State. Running through some of the most barren and remote high desert sagebrush and mountain country in the West, the Nevada Central rolled down through the years with much of its original equipment, mainly because it could never afford to purchase anything newer. Hardcover, 204 pages, 300 B&W photos.
Heimb
$43.95
$35.50
New England Shortlines in Color
By Gary R. Carlson
Some shortlines the average fan has never heard of are covered in this comprehensive look back well before Conrail. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
$59.95
$45.95
New England's Colorful Railroads V.1
By David R. Sweetland
Featuring the glory years of railroading throughout the New England states between the 1940s and 1970s. Learn from the author's first hand knowledge as they take you through the colorful New England states. 128 pages, Hardcover.
4way
$49.95
$37.50
New Haven Color Guide to Freight and Passenger Equipment
By Sweetland/Horsley
Ranging from railfan photographs, taken as early as 1949 to the company archives as professionals were used to record new and rebuilt equipment arriving during the 1950’s, this book is a must for the NH fan. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
$49.95
$36.95
New Haven Color Pictorial V.1; The West End
By David R. Sweetland
New Haven’s West End, begins at New York City covering the electric zone to New Haven and continues on to Hartford and Springfield. Side trips explore the freight only line to Maybrook, NY via the Poughkeepsie Bridge and “under the wire” to Danbury, CT. The introduction reviews the classes of passenger and freight electric locomotives from the EP-1 of 1906 to the EP-5 of 1955 and all the steel multiple-unit cars. 128 pages, Hardcover.
4way
$54.95
$42.50
New Haven Color Pictorial V.2; Central Conneticut & Rhode Island
By David R. Sweetland
Volume Two continues Four Ways West Publications’ New Haven Railroad Color Pictorial series, this time focusing on its operations in central Connecticut and Rhode Island. The book reviews New Haven road switchers and switchers purchased from Alco, EMD, FM, GE and Lima between 1931 and 1965. Its photographic trip during the 1950s and 1960s begins at Old Saybrook and covers New Haven’s back lines in Connecticut and the branch lines of Rhode Island as well as the Shore Line route from New London to Providence ending at Boston Switch. 128 pages, Hardcover.
4way
$59.95
$44.95
New Haven Facilities in Color V.1; Boston Division
By Phillip W. Adams
Structures and operations of the New Haven in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and parts of Connecticut are examined in both the NH and early PC years. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
$59.95
$45.95
New Haven Facilities in Color V.2; New Haven Division
By Phillip W. Adams
The heavy duty southern end of the New Haven system is explored with an eye toward its varied stations, towers, yards, and other facilities. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
$59.95
$45.95
New Haven in Color V. 1; Battle for Profits 1945-'61
By Geoffrey H. Doughty
Follow the struggle of the New Haven out on the road during the 1950s as it makes a valiant effort to modernize its operations while enduring onerous financial burdens and dubious management. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
$59.95
$45.95
New Haven in Color V. 2; The Struggle for Survival
By Geoffrey H. Doughty
In the Sixties, the once mighty NHRR had fallen on hard times with its day-to-day continued operation often being questioned. New power, new service ideas and many other changes to its traditional operation enabled the road to limp forward, all illustrated in full color in this new book. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
$59.95
$45.95
New Haven Trackside with Thomas J. McNamara
By Jeremy F. Plant
Tom McNamara provides us with the sixth “Trackside” volume, an exciting portfolio of New Haven action photography from the 1950s and 60s. His work ranges from the heavy-duty electrified zone to bucolic branches to four-unit FAs on Maybrook merchandise trains. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
$49.95
$36.95
New Haven Trackside with TJ Donahue
By Geoffrey H. Doughty
New Haven towerman Tommy Donahue is famed for his superb photography of his employer’s trains. His work in both diesel and electric is chronicled in the 1950s and 60s. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
$59.95
$45.95
New York Central Lightning Stripes V.1
By David R. Sweetland
Travel the “Water Level Route” in the 1950’s and see the best of steam and early diesels side-by-side. FT’s, Babyfaces, Erie-builts, Sharks and many other odd-ball diesels were commonplace in these color photos taken along the Boston & Albany, West Shore and in Ohio, Michigan, Indiana and many other locales. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
$45.00
$33.00
New York Central Lightning Stripes V.2
By David R. Sweetland
NYC Lightning Stripes Vol. 2 is the sequel to the bestselling Volume 1 (above). Travel the Central system from one end to the other watching vintage diesels and electrics propelling their trains. As the black FT cover suggests, Volume 2 contains plenty of rare color subjects, from Massachusetts to Michigan, New York to Chicago. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
$49.95
$36.95
New York Central Power In Color Volume 1
By Jerry A. Pinkepank
Late steam and the first and second generation diesel fleet are examined with detailed description by noted diesel expert Jerry A. Pinkepank, author of the well known Diesel Spotter’s Guide series from Kalmbach. This volume covers steam, electric, and diesel up to number 4940. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
$59.95
$45.95
New York Central Power In Color Volume 2
By Jerry A. Pinkepank
The second half of our detailed exploration of NYC’s diesel, electric, and fleet steam locomotives explains how these locomotives fit into NYC’s changing operations. As in Volume 1, the evolution from first- to second-generation power is illustrated. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
$59.95
$45.95
New York Central Steam in Color
By David R. Sweetland
The classic look of NYC steam is captured in this all-color portfolio of vintage views. System-wide coverage includes everything from the lowliest Mike to the princely Hudson. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
$49.95
$36.95
New York Central Steam Power in the Empire State
By Richard L. Stoving
A beautiful look at New York Central steam power on main lines and branches in New York state. This book from TRP features 91 premium black and white photos from the Ed May steam collection, along with 10 maps and a wealth of information regarding NYC's operations in New York state. This important work was researched and written by Richard L. Stoving. This is the sixth book that Rich Stoving has produced with The Railroad Press. 80 pages, Softcover.
Dblt
$24.95
$19.95
New York Central Through Passenger Service V. 2; Challenge and Retreat 1950-1967
By Geoffrey H. Doughty
A train by train look at the New York Central's premier passenger services in the 1950’s and 60’s as the Central’s attitude toward passenger services changed. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
$59.95
$45.95
New York Central Trackside; Big Apple to Buffalo 1965-1969 with Al Roberts
By Allan H. Roberts
Noted rail photographer Al Roberts give the reader the lowdown on the east end of the “Water Level Route”. Be there as he describes what it like taking photos on the NYC and PC in those days. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
$59.95
$45.95
New York Central Trackside with Eugene Van Dusen
By Bill Marvel
The first in our Trackside series, Gene Van Dusen was out “trackside” on the western end of the “Water Level Route” with Leica in-hand and loaded with Kodachrome in the late 1940s and early 1950s. If it wasn’t a Hudson or Niagara, then it had to be a Mohawk or Mike. Notre Dame football specials, blazing streamliners, and quaint country branchlines are all to be found in this marvelous look back. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
$49.95
$36.95
New York Central's West Shore Commuter Territory In Color
By Walter E. Zullig
Look back on the fabled West Shore when it was a major commuter road operating with Alcos and Baldwins serving the northeast edge of New Jersey. After years of scaling back its facilities, the line emerged as a major freight route for PC, Conrail, and now CSX. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
$59.95
$45.95
New York City Electrified Railroads in Color V.2; Lines into Pennsylvania Station
By Alfred E. Fazio, Jr.
The story of the PRR, LIRR, NH and their successors that used Penn Station from an electric traction point of view. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
$59.95
$45.95
New York City Subways in Color V.1
By Benjamin W. Schaeffer
Special events and day-to-day operation of the Big Apple’s subway system during the last half of the 20th century is examined in full color. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
$59.95
$45.95
New York Ontario & Western in Color
By Paul Lubliner
An all-color look back at the fabled “Old Woman,” which, in 1957, became the first major railroad in the US to cease operations. It also has excellent coverage of steam, diesel and rolling stock, along with facilities and operations. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
$49.95
$36.95
New York Short Lines in Color V.2
By Gary R. Carlson
Traditional shortlines of the State, L to U, from Lowville & Beaver River RR to Unadilla Valley RR. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
$59.95
$45.95
New York Susquehanna & Western in Color
By Paul R. Tupaczewski
Most fans today know the Susquehanna as an operator of huge Stack trains and big six-motor power. This book begins in 1940 and shows the Suzy-Q of yesteryear - Motorcars, RS1's, RDC's, commuter trains - as well as several chapters on the more modern era. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
$59.95
$45.95
Next Stop Honolulu
By Jim Chiddix and MacKinnon Simpson
This is the story of the Oahu Railway & Land Company, which ran a 3-foot-gauge line for 58 years. OR&L is a great modeling prototype, with a mix of ALCO, Baldwin and Shay locomotives, and more than 1,200 freight cars hauling raw sugar, pineapples and local freight. Up to 38 passenger trains a day trundled tourists and residents around Oahu. Featuring a double-tracked main line and automatic block signal system, locomotives ranged from tiny saddletankers to Vauclain compounds and powerful Mikados, close cousins of the Rio Grande K-28s. Hardcover, Coker dustjacket painting, lots of color, with narrow gauge photos and documents. 352 pages.
Heim
$59.95
$45.95
Nickel Plate Road in Color V.1: 1946 - 1959
By Stephen M. Timko
The Nickel Plate was the place to be in the 1950’s when the next headlight might be a pair of sleek PA’s or a thundering Berk. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
$59.95
$45.95
Nickel Plate Road in Color V.2: 1960-1985
By Stephen M. Timko
Track the NKP through its final years and into Norfolk & Western throughout Illinois, Indiana and Ohio. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
$59.95
$45.95
Nickel Plate Steam 1957-1958
By Robert P. Olmsted
The newest book from Robert P. Olmsted features 75 color photos of Nickel Plate steam-powered freights taken during 1957 and 1958 at Calumet Yard in Chicago, Hammond, Indiana, Bellevue, Ohio, and a number of other locations in between. You ll get plenty of steam action, lots of smoke, freight cars, semaphore signals, detail photos and beautiful midwestern vistas captured on Kodachrome more than 50 years ago! The S-2 Berkshires held down fast freight assignments on the NKP's Chicago and Fort Wayne Divisions right up to the end of steam and these Lima 2-8-4's built during World War II made for one of the most exciting shows in the midwest at the time. 48 pages, Softcover.
Dblt
$24.95
$19.95
Non-Stop; A Turbulent History of Northwest Airlines
By Jack El-Hai
Captures the broad context and the intriguing details as it weaves together the accounts of individuals who gave the airline its unique character. The story it tells, touching on everything from airline food and advertising to smoking regulations and labor relations, encapsulates the profound changes to business, travel, and culture that marked the twentieth century. 291 pages, B&W and Color, Hardcover.
Uofm
$39.95
$29.98
Norfolk and Western Six-Eleven; Three Times a Lady
By Tim R. Hensley and Ken L. MIller
Built in 1950, the 611 is the last operating Class J locomotive in existence. It was retired in 1959, put on display in a museum, later pulled out of the museum and restored to operating condition to pull excursion trains. The 611 was a familiar sight as it hauled the Powhatan Arrow along the N&W mainline through Bluefield, Williamson, Kenova and other southern West Virginia communities until retired again in 1985. This book offers a detailed history of the historic locomotive, with an emphasis on the painstaking process involved in bringing her back to life for a second time in 2015 when she was again restored and returned to the tracks. Color and B&W, 96 pages, Hard Cover.
Misc
$35.00
$27.95
Norfolk & Western in Color V. 2 1964-1973
By Stephen M. Timko
The 1964 merger of N&W with the Nickel Plate and Wabash mixed up the staid N&W diesel roster. Throw in the Akron Canton & Youngstown and a wild assortment of diesel types had to be assimilated. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
$59.95
$45.95
Norfolk & Western's Clinch Valley Line
By Ed Wolfe, Charles Wilson Jr. and Paul Mandelkern
Detailed history documents construction and operation of the N & W's scenic line through the Clinch Valley area of southwest Virginia between Bluefield (Graham) and Norton. "Coverage highlights include development of the towns and villages along the route, construction photographs of the rugged area between Pounding Mill and Cedar Bluff and between St. Paul and Coeburn, passenger service, freight service and the early years after the formation of Norfolk Southern and the assimilation of the former Interstate Railroad and the Southern Railway's St. Charles Branch into the Clinch Valley District as the Clinch Valley Extension. Hard cover with color cover, 432 pages includes 48 page color section; includes 750+ photographs/sketches, 80+ maps/track charts and 75+ timetable entries plus miscellaneous tables, charts and sketches.
Dblt
$65.00
$52.98
Norfolk Southern In Color: Volume 1: 1982-1999
By Jeremy F. Plant
This volume covers the early years of the Norfolk Southern from its formation in 1982 until the Conrail split in 1999. Over 220 color photographs documents operations over the entire NS system, from the Middle Atlantic and Deep South to the Midwest, including a brief look at the predecessor lines merged into the N&W and Southern Railway prior to the creation of the NS. 128 pages, Color, Hardcover.
MS
$59.95
$45.95
Norfolk Southern Locomotive Directory 2015-2016
By Paul Withers
Since 1998, Withers Publishing has been producing the most comprehensive directory of Norfolk Southern's varied locomotive fleet. In this edition, we continue a unit-by-unit listing of the railroad's nearly 4,000+ units. 208 pages, All Color, Softcover.
With
$34.95
$27.95
Norfolk Southern Locomotive Directory 2016-2017
By Paul Withers
Since 1998, Withers Publishing has been producing the most comprehensive directory of Norfolk Southern's varied locomotive fleet. In this edition, we continue a unit-by-unit listing of the railroad's nearly 4,000+ units. 208 pages, All Color, Softcover.
With
$34.95
$27.98
Norfolk Southern Locomotive Directory 2017-2018
By Paul Withers
Since 1998, Withers Publishing has been producing the most comprehensive directory of Norfolk Southern's varied locomotive fleet. In this edition, we continue a unit-by-unit listing of the railroad's 4,000+ units. Included are the latest rebuilds, new GE Tier 4 locomotives, and DC-to-AC conversions.
208 pages, 6"x9" Vertical Format, All Color, Softcover.
With
$34.95
$27.98
Northern Light; A Portrait of BC Rail
By Dale Sanders
Northern Light is an all-color portrait of one of North America’s most fascinating railways — BC Rail. With 303 full color photographs and 12 lavishly illustrated maps, this volume presents a retrospective of the entire BC Rail system during its 20-year life span between June 1984 and July 2004. In the of Northern Light may be found all the elements that made BC Rail so interesting. From its locomotives (including steam, diesel, and electric) to its unique Budd RDC passenger operations, BC Rail was a railway like no other. Besides just machinery, BC Rail’s right-of-way passed through some of the most beautiful and diverse scenery in North America. Perhaps the railway’s most valuable feature were the railroaders who performed their assigned duties with professionalism and a passion for railroading. The photographs of the machines, landscapes, and people included in Northern Light tell the whole story of British Columbia’s own railway. From the familiar to rare images of remote trackage never before photographed, it’s all here in one amazing volume. 224 pages, 303 Color Photos, 12 Maps, Hardcover.
Wrvr
$79.95
$59.95
Northern New England Color Guide to Freight and Passenger Equipment
By Sweetland/Horsley
Almost 300 color photos of vintage (1950-1970) rolling stock from the B&M, BAR, MEC, CV, IofM, and Rutland are vividly reproduced in this book with detailed expert commentary. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
$49.95
$36.95
Northern Pacific – A Personal Perspective
By Matthew J. Herson
“The Main Street of the Northwest” in the 1960s. Features the last decade of the Northern Pacific and a look at NP trains across the system including operations, power, and equipment! 96 pages, All Color, Softcover.
MS
$39.95
$31.95
Northern Pacific Color Guide to Freight and Passenger Equipment
By Todd Sullivan
The NP Color Guide contain approximately 300 vintage color photographs of passenger and freight cars, non-revenue cars, and miscellaneous equipment ranging from the regal cars on the NORTH COASST LIMITED to "Pig Palace" Stock Cars. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
$49.95
$36.95
Northern Pacific Color Pictorial V.4; NP Passenger opertations1930s-1951
By John F. Stauss, Jr.
Featuring NP’s passenger operations from 1930 until 1951. Main features are: Super Steam and the Depression, Economic Improvement brings Traffic Increases, Traffic Demand exceeds capacity, and the transition to the Streamlined Era. 208 pages, Hardcover.
4way
$59.95
$46.50
Northern Pacific Diesel Era
By Lorenz P. Schrenk and Robert L. Frey
The Northern Pacific Railway entered the diesel era with a large fleet of modern steam locomotives, but gradually and then more rapidly, made the transition to diesel-electric motive power. Covering in detail, all of the road's diesels - the first generation switchers, the early road units, and the postwar road- switchers. The more powerful and technologically advanced second-generation units such as U25C, the U28C, the SD-45, and the U33C units are presented. 300 pages, 320 Illustrations, Color, Rosters, Bibliography, Index, Hardcover.
GW
$57.95
$44.95
Northern Pacific in Color V.2; 1960-1970
By Doug Nighswonger
This is the NP’s final decade as it’s examined in more than 250 color photographs. The first generation of diesels was yielding to the second, while the road readied itself for the upcoming merger. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
$59.95
$45.95
Northern Pacific Pioneer Steam Power
By Lorenz P. Schrenk and Robert L. Frey
This book is more than a book about the first locomotives of the Northern Pacific Railway, it is an early history of the line for it's first two decades of existence. Included with this early history are the first locomotives of the NP, the reasons for their purchase, their operating assignments, and the problems the company experienced with them. There are many illustrations (not all locomotives) and extensive text. This is not another picture book with captions. 256 pages, B&W Photos and Illustrations, Hardcover.
$59.95
$47.95
Northern Pacific Railway Photo Archive
By John Kelly
Always a progressive leader in railroading, Northern Pacific was the first to offer sleeping and dining car service from St. Paul to the Pacific Northwest. Outstanding vintage photography, brochures, postcards, menus, timetables and advertisements tell the story of the Northern Pacifc’s glory years from the 1930s through the 1960s. Featured are the heavyweight North Coast Limited (the finest passenger train in North America), the fast vista-dome passenger trains, steam and diesel locomotives, freight cars, maintenance-of-way and cabooses. 128 pages, 22 B&W photos, Softcover.
Hiemb
$36.95
$23.95
Northern Pacific Super Steam Era; 1925-1945
By Robert L. Frey and Lorenz P. Schrenk
This book tells the fascinating story of the development of Northern Pacific's most powerful and advanced steam locomotives. Motive power such as the trend-setting 4-8-4's, and the powerful 2-8-8-4 and 4-6-6-4 locomotives. With vast reserves of low-cost coal along its lines, it was only natural the road did not grap onto dieselization immediately. Northern Pacific Diesel Era is a sequal to this volume. 226 pages, Hardcover.
GW
$54.95
$44.95
Northern Pacific Through Passenger Service in Color
By Geoffrey H. Doughty
The NP was one of those roads that took pride in its passenger service right to the end. Passenger train expert Geoff Doughty guides the reader stem-to-stern throughout the Northern Pacific’s streamliners. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
$59.95
$45.95
NYC Color Guide to Freight and Passenger Equipment
By David R. Sweetland and Robert J. Yanosey
The Great Steel Fleet, Pacemaker Fast Freight, Early Bird Service all famous slogans carried out by the equipment of the NYC System. Examine these cars in over 300 color photographs taken from the postwar years and into the 1960s, with expert commentary. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
$49.95
$36.95
NYC Color Guide to Freight and Passenger Equipment V.2
By Len Kilian, Jim Odell and Jeff English
The Great Steel Fleet, Pacemaker Freight Service,Century Green – all the NYC terms and more are examined in almost 300 color photos with expertly researched captions. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
$59.95
$45.95
NYC Color Pictorial V. 3; Peoria, Illinois to Brewster, New York
By David R. Sweetland
Volume Three of the New York Central Pictorial series features the NYC’s road switchers purchased between 1948 and 1967 from Alco, Baldwin, EMD, FM, GE and Lima. This book’s photographic trip is centered around the 1950′s and 1960′s and begins at Peoria, Illinois and ends at Brewster, New York, with stops near Chicago to view NYC steam power during the 1940′s. Taking some of the secondary routes, this book covers the Peoria & Eastern, Michigan Central, and Pittsburg & Lake Erie. Side trips are made to Mackinaw City, Michigan, Pittsburgh and Newberry, Pennsylvania before reaching Albany, New York. Operating behind third rail electric locomotives, the trip reaches White Plains, New York ending under diesel power at Brewster. 128 pages, Hardcover.
4way
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NYC Color Pictorial V. 4; Kankakee, Illinois to Weehauken, New Jersey
By David R. Sweetland
This is David Sweetland’s final New York Central Color Pictorial. Featured in the introduction pages are NYC Diesel Switchers; Alco, Baldwin, EMC/EMD, Fairbanks-Morse, GE, and Lima-Hamilton – all with complete rosters. In this book we travel between Kankakee, Illinois and Weehawken, New Jersey along the following Divisions; Western, Indiana, Canada, Erie, Buffalo, Syracuse, and River. In this 128-page volume there are 261 color photographs, full page division maps, and much more. Hardcover.
4way
$59.95
$45.95
NYC Facilities in Color
By Geoffrey H. Doughty
A new concept in all-color books: a system-wide examination of the NYC's stations, towers, shops, signals, yard structures, bridges, and many more miscellaneous parts of the road's physical plant. A valuable book for both railfan and model railroader alike. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
$59.95
$45.95
NYC in Color V.1
By Geoffrey H. Doughty
An amazing compilation of steam, diesel, and electric operational views! Taken from one end of the NYC System to the other, more than 200 superb color photos illustrate this book. 128 pages, Hardcover.
MS
$59.95
$45.95