Out-of-Print Issues: R&LHS Bulletin 113 (Oct. 1965) through 126 (April 1972)

(Issue #126 was the last titled R&LHS Bulletin prior to the renaming to Railroad History)

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October 1965. The West Virgina Central & Pittsburgh Ry (39 pages, including 13 pages of photographs). The North-South RR's of America (USA only). The Harvard Branch RR, 1848-1855. The Locomotive Industry in the United States 1920-1960, A Study in Output and Structural Changes. Worcester Salt Specials (from Silver Springs, New York). Chicago & Pacific RR.



April 1966. The Chicago, Cincinnati & Louisville RR. Sugar Plantation RR's in Hawaii. American "Single" Express Locomotives. Pioneer Locomotive of Puget Sound. Baldwin Locomotives on the DL&W Lines. From the Baltimore American (1831). Tidewater and Western RR (Virginia). Informal History of the Williamstown & Redfield RR (New York, 1860's).



October 1966. Single subject edition: The story of the Green Bay and Western by Ray and Ellen Specht. Including: GB&W; Kewaunee, Green Bay & Western; La Crosse Branch; Stevens Point, Green Bay & Northern; Waupaca, Green Bay & Western; Iola & Northern; Annapee & Western. 160 pages including 68 photo pages. Produced in Wisconsin with high-quality paper and reproduction. 5 pages in color.



April 1967. Wisconsin & Northern RR by Charles C. Nelson (19 pages with 58 photographs on Wisconsin paper). The RR's of Columbia, South America (with map). The Atlantic Locomotive in New England. A Rare Example of "Piggy-Back" (NYNH&H, 1898). An Account of the First Trial of the Stourbridge Lion (1829). The Golden Age of RR Books.



October 1967. The Bellefonte Central RR (State College, Pennsylvania). RR Strike of 1877 in Altoona. Korean National Railway (South Korea). The "Great Short Line" in Reconstruction (RF&P). "Young Lion in the West" (Auburn & Rochester RR, 1840). A Railway for Limestone (Syracuse & Onondaga RR, 1836). Boston. Friday, August 6, 1830 (The Rail-Road Project). Additional Data on the Locomotive in Bulletin No.115.



April 1968. History of the Wisconsin and Michigan Ry. Railroads in Art. Locomotives of the Sub-Lines of the Philadelphia & Reading Ry. A Railfan's Story (Fascinating!). Two Days on the Erie Road (Harper's, 1857). Unusual Wreck on the "Peanut Line" of the New York Central (Batavia, 1884). Old Ironsides, Baldwin's First Locomotive. Initials, Brickbats and Sobriquets.



October 1968. Poughkeepsie Gateway (Central New England Ry- 28 pages with 31 photographs). More About Locomotives of the Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburgh Ry. Farewell to the Twentieth Century Limited (NYCS). The Suppression of "Bad news" About the Early RR's. The "Coldwater" Is Born (Mansfield, Ohio). The Yankee Clipper (NYNH&H). R&LHS Annual Meeting.



April 1969. The Diminutive High Iron of Massachusetts Bay (Fore River RR; Union Freight RR). The Location of RR Psgr Depots in Chicago and St. Louis. Roots of the Woodstock Ry. Kahului RR -- Final Chapter (Hawaii). Shawmut Notes. Farewell to the Lark (SP). Tucson, Cornelia & Gila Bend. The First Skaneateles RR (New York). The Lebanon Springs RR Co. (New York). A Contemporary Account of the Union Pacific RR (ARJ, 1867).



October 1969. Single subject issue: Milwaukee and Northern; Milwaukee, Lake Shore & Western by Ray Specht. Paper and printing produced by firms located along the former Milwaukee and Northern. Just about 125 pages of text, photos, maps, timetables, graphs, charts, and so on dedicated to these two fascinating Wisconsin roads. 57 high quality photo pages.



April 1970. A Long Line of Mountains (South Africa). The Cumberland Extension -- Western Maryland RR. History of the Cape Giradeau Northern Ry (Missouri). The Final Forty Years of Steam Locomotive Development on the New York Central. Chicago Locomotive Builders. Locomotives Built at Auburn, New York. The Sackets Harbor & Ellisburg RR(New York). The German Locomotives That Went West. The Southern Central RR (New York).



October 1970. The Troy (New York) Car Works. Locomotives for Madison Hill (Indiana). Missouri Southern. Hunting Deer With a Steam Locomotive. An Unpublished Account of the Great Locomotive Chase. Boston's Anonymous Railroad Reaches the End of the Track (Union Freight). The Quincy Center Disaster (Massachusetts, 1890). High Road to La Jolla (San Diego). Locomotives Built at Auburn (New York), Additional Information. The Lima Locomotive Works.



April 1971. The Bonanza Twins (V&T's Reno & Genoa) by Gerald M. Best. The Dixie Flyer (NC&StL, L&N, ACL, C&EI). Rio Grande & South Western. Carillon Park Museum (Dayton, Ohio). Historic Railroad Sites. Are Your Negatives Dying? Uriah Wells, Locomotive Builder of Petersburg (Virginia). 2000 Plus, The Pennsy's H6. Naming Locomotives. The Russian Decapods.



October 1971. GOLDEN JUBILEE ISSUE. Looking Back; Fifty Years of American Railroading. Charles E. Fisher -- a Tribute by David P. Morgan. Fiftieth Anniversary Banquet by Steam Dome. Chapter Histories. Fifty Year Index on 33 pages. Chronology of the Society.



April 1972. The all-Lehigh Valley Railroad issue: Corporate History of the Lehigh Valley R.R. by H.H. Harwood. All Time Lehigh Valley Roster, 1836-1972, on 69 pages by W.D. Edson. LV RR Roster Notes by the Editors. LV RR Portraits by Steam Dome. LV RR Bibliography. Total of 115 LV RR pages with 43 photographs. The final R&LHS BULLETIN before the name change to RAILROAD HISTORY.


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