Railroads and Railroad History in the United States: A

"Abandoned Corridors," by Joseph P. Schwieterman, 185/20-45
Abandoned railroads, big, 49/62-68, list, 1880-1938
Aberdeen & Rockfish RR: loco., 177/107
Abilene & Southern RR: loco. 157/106
Abraham Lincoln, (train), photo 156/82
"Abraham Lincoln on the New Haven and the Boston & Albany," by Warren Jacobs,
"An Abandoned Kentucky Railroad. The Artimus Jellico Railroad," by Elmer G. Sulzer, 108/7-18
Abbotsford & Northeastern RR: 54/77-78, 167;Wis/64, 68
Aberdeen & Rockfish RR: loco. 157/100
Aberdeen, Bismarck & Northwestern Ry: Wis/55
Aberdeen, Fergus Falls & Pierre RR: 143/8
Abilene Southern RR: 63/62
       33/7-54
Accidents: Connecticut Western RR Farmington River bridge failure, 1878, 119/16-17;
       Denver & Rio Grande RR, 1906, 134/65; "Disaster at the 'Tin Bridge',"
       by M.B. Wakefield, 95/85-87 (Boston & Providence RR); Grand Trunk Ry,
       1864, 147/15-16; Hackensack & New York RR, 1861, 4/35; New Haven RR, 1898,
       116/56; New York & New Haven RR Norwalk bridge, 1853, 141/5;
       New York Central RR "Peanut Line," 1884, 118/83; New York Central
       Manhattan tunnel, 1882, 135/100; Old Colony RR at Quincy, 1890, 123/62-67;
       one week of wrecks, tabulation July 21-27, 1902, 136/131; Portsmouth & Roanoke
       RR, 134/33; "Famous Persons Involved in Train Wrecks," by Robert B. Shaw,
       159/103-107; Milwaukee Road Olympian, 166/34-56; "Safe and Suitable Boilers:
       The Railroads, the Interstate Commerce Commission, and Locomotive Safety,
       1900-1945," by Mark Aldrich, 171/23-44; "[A History of Wrecks:]": "[Overview]
       Railroad Accidents and Passenger Safety," by Robert B. Shaw, 184/22-36, "[Shaw's]
       All-Time List of Notable Railroad Accidents," by Robert B. Shaw, 37-45, "Blown
       Away," by Ralph S. Podas, 46-57 (boiler explosions on NYC), "Slowness Kills!,"
       by John H. White, Jr. 58-61, "Eyewitness: Letters about the Gasconade Bridge
       Disaster," by Karl A, Roider, 62-65; "Wreck Chasers," by H. Roger Grant, 66-69,
       "Learning from Wrecks," by Mark Reutter, 70-76
ACE 3000: projected modern steam loco. 145/6; 156/8-10; 157/114
Adena RR: 185/68-69
Adena, Cadiz & New Athens Ry.: 185/69
Aetna Sand & Gravel Co.: 159/59
An Account of the First Trial, August 1829, of the Stourbridge Lion in the
       Pottsville Miners Journal, " 116/57-58
"Account of a Trip Over the Charleston and Hamburg Railroad Soon After Its
       Completion in October, 1833," by Ulrich B. Phillips, 20/32-35
"An Accounting Primer for Railroad Historians," by Robert M. Hanft, 149/14-18
Acme Steel Co.: 158/124
Ada Terminal Ry: 60/34
Adams Banks Lbr. Co.: 140/103
Adams Express Co.: 40/54,52/56
Adams Motor & Manufacturing Co.: hand cars, 127/91
"The Addison Railroad," by Harold S. Walker, 102/51-52;VC/76
Addison & Northern Pennsylvania RR: 49/42-50; 70/55, 56, 60
Addison & Pennsylvania RR: 49/35, 42-53; 70/47, 51, 56, 60; 85/44; 131/45, 47
Addison & Susquehanna RR: 70/51
"Additions and Corrections to Locomotive Rosters of the Florida Railroads
       in Bulletin No. 86," 88/86-99
Adirondack Ry: "Locomotives of the. . . ," by David S. Weatherwax, 74/36-38;
       " . . .-Passenger Traffic," by David S. Weatherwax, 88/55-58
Adirondack & St. Lawrence RR (first): roster, 90/111-113; loco. notes, VC/ 57-59;
       loco. 162/63
Adirondack & St. Lawrence RR (second): 90/112
"Admiral Plunkett's Railway Battle Fleet," by Konrad F. Schreier, 158/94-102
Agricultural Branch RR: 17/20
Ahnapee & Western RR: 115/51-53, 72; Wis/6
Ahukini Ry & Terminal Co.: 114/17
Air brakes: see Brakes
Air conditioning: "Early ... of Railway Passenger Cars," by Carl F. Graves,
       53/54-57; mention, 132/115; 145/47-49
AirLine Limited (passenger train): 1/15
Akron Branch RR: 69/86
Akron, Canton & Youngstown RR: archives, 135/100; emblem 153/40; "The Akron,
       Canton & Youngstown Railroad: Historical Overview and Locomotive Roster," by
       Grant and Edson: 172/51-62
Alabama and Chattanooga RR: passenger cars, 138/46
Alabama & Florida RR: history and roster, 86/114-115
Alabama & Mississippi Rivers RR: 144/42
Alabama & Northwestern RR: 127/99; loco. 158/133
Alabama & Vicksburg RR: 140/5, locos. 20, 24, 34, 36, 60, 64, 82, 83, 91, 94; 144/45
Alabama, Florida & Atlantic Ry: 86/124
Alabama, Florida & Georgia RR: history, 86/15-17, 114, roster 101/11
Alabama Great Southern RR: loco., 180/140
Alabama, Tennessee & Northern RR: 2-10-0 type, 124/73, 74, photo between
       66 & 67; 127/99; 131/86; emblem 153/53; loco. 157/98; loco. 158/137
Alamogordo & Sacramento Mountain RR: 94/18; SP/22, 79
Alameda Belt Ry: 75/85, 86
Alameda Branch RR: 17/51
Alaska: 46/51-52; wooden railroad, 1920, 140/l38
Alaska RR: Panama locos., 80/59-60
Albany & Schenectady RR: 132/60; 52/43
Albany & West Stockbridge RR: involvement with Western RR, 69/14, 29-33,
       37-39, 63;]; mention, 22/7
Alberene Stone Co.: 162/79
Albia & Centervile RR: 31/35; 154/28
Albia Interurban Ry.: 174/65
Albia, Knoxville & Des Moines RR: 24/35; 132/75
Aldredge Lumber Co.: loco. photo 155/90
Alexander Lbr. Co.: 88/89
Alexandria & Cheneyville RR: loco. 1840, 62/60; history and loco. 1840, 101/11; 103/68
Alexandria & Fredericksburg RR: 105/28-29; 117/36; 131/120
Alexandria & Harpers Ferry RR: 105/24
Alexandria & Nebraska City RR: 132/75
Alexandria & Washington RR: 105/25, 28-29
Alexandria, Loudon & Hampshire RR: 105/25, 26, 27; 108/50,54, 64
Algiers, Winslow & Western RR: roster, 133/79
Alhambra & Pasadena Street Ry: history and roster, 99/9
Aliquippa & Southern RR: loco. 172/53
"All Time Erie Locomotive Roster," by G. M. Best, 131/22-119
"All Time Lehigh Valley Roster," by W. D. Edson, 126/37-111
"[A History of Wrecks] [Shaw's] All-Time List of Notable Railroad Accidents," by Robert
       B. Shaw, 184/37-45; 186/147
"All Time Wabash Locomotive Roster," by Swartz and Edson, 133/36-113
Allegany Central RR: history, 92/10, 16, 21-24, 27; roster, 92/24-26; roster, 85/
       48-51; loco. notes, 96/16; mention, 61/77; photos, 61/opp. 78; mention,
       76/43; photo, 92/16
Allegheny & Kinzua RR: 78/81-84; 100/91
Allegheny & Western RR: loco. notes, 119/37, 39; mention, 81/34
Allegheny Portage RR: "Reminiscences of the First Railroad Over the Allegheny
       Mountain," by Solomon W. Roberts, 44/6-23; f~rst loco., 44il4; incline
       planes, 44/17; loco. record, 44/22; container cars, 5/60, 62; loco., 1838
       6/29; loco. Boston, 53/67-68; history and loco., 1840, 101/11-12; national
       historic site, 124/33; mention, 20/38, 39, 41; 132/65
Allegheny River Mining Co.: 93/65, 66
Allegheny Terminal Co.: 81/34
Allegheny Valley R R: 81/31; 86/101; 89/154; 129/61; loco., 175/131
Allen, Horatio: "Diary of ... " (while in England, 1828), 89/97-138; "Horatio
       Allen's impressions of English Railways," by William C. Kessler, 61/35-54;
       Stourbridge Lion, 16/l3, 16; 30/12-13; early locos., 79/31-32; mention
       91/10, 12-14
Allentown RR: history, 105/47-50; mention, 91/31
Alliance & Northern RR: 131/43
Allis-Chalmers Co: 162/67, 72
Allouez Bay Dock Co.: Wis/42; 143/8, loco., 35
Alloway & Quinton RR: 73/30
"Alphabet Route": WM east coast-Chicago freight route, 155/77
Altadena Ry: history and roster, 99/9, 18, 20,21
Alton RR: 156/57
Alton & Eastern RR: loco. notes, 145/109
Alton & St. Louis RR: 156/57
Alton & Sangamon RR: 156/57, 61
Alton & Southern RR: loco. notes, 72/138; 133/78, 79, 80; emblem 153/60
Altus, Wichita Falls & Hollis Ry: photo 60/opp. 8; roster, 63/102; mention, 60/52, 63/17
Amador Central RR: 94/64, 85, 128
"Ambiguous Giant: H.W. Pontin and His Photo Service," by Ellis and Harwood, 175/7-36
American Brake Shoe & Foundry Co.: loco. 162/77
American Bridge Co.: 159/56, 57; 162/67, 71
"American Built Locomotives Sold in England," 41/22
"American Built Locomotives in South Wales," by D.S. Barrie, 85/30-34
American Car and Foundry Co.: first steel passenger cars, 46/12, 138/73; USRA
       freight cars, 128/8, 14, 27; plants, 138/9, 11-12, 14, 20-21; 138/5; early
       streamlined cars, 145/51; loco. 162/75
American Central RR: 24/29, 30; Q2/21, photo, 56
American Crystal Sugar Co.: 154/78
American Express Co.: 40/55
American Fire-Proof Steel Car Co.: 138/84
American Fork RR: loco. Onward, photo 41/16; 149/59, 60
American Locomotive Co.: Manchester Works, 26/4-15; loco. 50,000, 68/67-68;
       85/28-29; construction number assignment, 92/98; late 1940s, 113/74, 75;
       proposed Chicago Works, 122/58; Richmond Works history, 130/82-88;
       Richmond built loco. record, 130/88;99; loco. production, 132/47-55;
       mention, 11/24, 30
"American Locomotives in Great Britain," 12/41-42
"The American Locomotives of the Sixties," by Hugh G. Boutell 46/34-36
American Lbr. Co.: 75/33, 48
"America's Oldest Railroad Shops," by L. W. Sagle 127/22-44"
"America's Most Noteworthy Railroaders,", by John H. White, Jr. 154/9
       (Guest Editorial); 156/86-87
"America's Most Famous Trains," by C. E. Fisher, 1/17-27
American Portland Cement Co.: 162/73
American Railway Express Co.: 40/56
American Sheet & Tin Plate Co.: 159/58, 70
American Steel Foundries: 159/56, 57
"American 'Single' Express Locomotives," by John H. White, 114/27-36
"American Variety," by J.W. Swanberg, 187/94-95
Ames & College RR: 132/78
Amherst & Belchertown RR: "The Railroad Mania in Amherst," by David W.
       Sargent, 47/11-45; loco. notes, 47/27-28; roster, 47/38; mention, 33/43
Amherst, Belchertown & Palmer RR: 18/55; 33/43; 47/30; VC/68, 69; 109/53
Amherst Branch RR: 47/19-20
"The Amiable New York & Greenwood Lake," by George H. Douglas, 187/96-109
Amoskeag Manufacturing Co.: "Locomotive Building at Manchester, N.H.," by C.E.
       Fisher, 26/9_12; first 100 builder's records, 5/67-69; costs of locomotive
       construction, 1855, 53/64-66; mention, 8/24; 20/56; 56/53-54
Amtrak: emblem 153/60; locos., 177/106; "Speed Over a Century," by Mark Reutter,
       196/42-46; "Amtrak's F40PH," by Kevin J. Holland, 200/56-65
Anderson & Bella Vista Lbr. Co.: 94/73
Anderson Lumber Co.: 162/68, 69
Andover & Haverhill RR: locos., 1838, 6/24; mention, 17/16;26/18-19
Andover & Wilmington RR: 17/20; 26/18-19
Andrews, T.J., safety wheels: 58/42, photo, 36
"Andrews Raid," by Carrie W. Smith, 21-43; "The Andrews Raid," by Wilbur
       G. Kurtz, 106/6-18; Andrews raid history, 3/34-44; loco. Texas, 132/37.
See also Civil War
Androscoggin RR: history and locos., 3/49; roster, 12/36; 55/67, 72; 152/50, 55
Androscoggin & Kennebec RR: early locos., 9/11; roster, 12/34; 55/65; history,
       3/45ff; mention, 55/64_65; 139/17; 146/66; 152/50; 156/12ff
"The Anglo_American Railroad War at Archangel, 1918-1919," by Benjamin D. Rhodes, 151/70-83
Angola Lumber Co., 162/63, 65
Ann Arbor RR: passenger service 1920s, 35/84-86; McKean cars, 35/85; USRA
       freight cars, 128/27, 29-33; locos., 133/ 100_105; mention, 133/26, 29, 31;
       147/129, 137; emblems 153/40, 71; 166/134-135; loco. 185/73
Annapolis & Elk Ridge RR: locos. 1840, 62/55; history and locos. 1840, 101/13
"Another Kentucky Railroad. The Kentucky and Tennessee Ry, 'The Route of the Painted
       Rocks'," by Elmer Sulzer, 105/51-63
Anson & New Portland RR: 57/27
Ansonia, Derby & Birmingham Electric Line: 26/25,photos, 28-29
Antioch & Grangeville RR: 103/64
Apache RR: loco. notes, 140/36; 75/49, 65, 92
Apopka & Atlantic RR: 86/124
Appleton & New London Ry: history, 121/37-39, 43,45;Wis/8, 16;mention, 54/28
Appomatic RR: 52/29; roster, 52/32
Appomatic Locomotive Works: 8/29
Arabia Granite Co.: 157.100
Arcade & Attica RR: roster, 40/44; loco. notes, 47/74; 56/83; 140/91; mention,
       40/43;70/57;76/62; 100/91; 119/56
Archer-Daniels-Midland Co.: 158/124
Archives of railroad records: 137/38-63; 139/86; 143/l63; 158/151-155; PRR, 160/135
Arctic RR: 46/51
"Are Railroad Museums Forgetting the Basics?," by Herbert H. Harwood, 176/103-107
       (Preservation Topics)
"Are Your Negatives Dying?" by H. H. Harwood, 124/36-40
Argentine & Gray's Peak Ry: 64/77-78
Argentine Central Ry: "Brief History of the . . . ," by M. C. Poor, 64/75-79; roster, 64/79
Arizona & California RR: loco. notes, 75j 21, 162-163; SF/16
Arizona & Colorado RR: 94/18, loco. notes, 132, 133; SP/14, 103, 104; mention,76/26
Arizona & New Mexico RR: 94/18, loco. notes, 78, 96, 97, 130, 131; SP/14, 63
Arizona & South Eastern RR: 94/18, loco. notes, 68, 130; SP/14, 55; mention, 136/67
Arizona & Swansea RR: 75/92; 94/131
Arizona & Utah Ry: loco. notes, 75/21, 48, 96, 162-163; SF/16ff
Arizona Eastern RR: loco. notes, 94/18, 68, 74, 78, 80, 83, 90, 95, 101, 103,
       106, 108, 109, 112, 122, 132-134, 148; SP/14, 55, 63, 68, 73, 78, 84, 85,
       89, 90, 91, 104, others; mention, SF/ 16; 75/21
Arizona Lbr. & Tbr. Co's. RR: loco. notes, 145/109; 75/92
Arizona Southern RR: 80/22; 94/96
Arkansas RR: 136/56
Arkansas & Choctaw Ry: 60/67
Arkansas & Oklahoma RR: 60/66
Arkansas Central RR: 124/27; 140/98
Arkansas, Louisiana & Southern RR: 144/51
Arkansas Midland RR: 140/66; 148/37
Arkansas Sawmill Co.: 158/139
Arkansas Southern RR: 141/52
Arkansas Valley RR: 75/21, 55; SF/16
Arkansas Valley & Western RR: 60/68
Arkansas Western RR: 60/28-29
Arkville & Andes RR: 43/23
Arlington & Atlantic Ry: 86/106
Armour Meat Packing Co.: railroad collusion, 145/75-81
Arnold-Junction City-Horton lOregon] Auto Rail Co.: 59/43-48
Aroostook Northern RR: 5 3/59
Aroostook River RR: 83/33
Aroostook Valley RR: 151/ 18,50
Arpin-Harwood L. Co.: 154/43
Art: "Railroads in Art," by Mrs. Emery M. Seestedt, 118/21-42; "Pullmans, Stations,
       Steam: The Railroad as an Aesthetic Object," by Bill Keirce, 179/7-29; "Symbol of
       Progress," by John Gruber, Dsl/73-80; "[Print & Image] Menu Art," by John D.
       Denney, Jr. 105-111; "Art in the Age of Steam," by Ian Kennedy, 199/30-41
       See also Literature
Artemus-Jellico RR: "An Abandoned Kentucky Railroad," by E.G. Sulzer, 108/7-18
Artesian Belt Ry: 75/38
Artillery, Railway: "Admiral Plunkett's Railway Battle Fleet," by Konrad F. Schreier, 158/94-102; 159/76
Ashburnham RR: history and locos., 38/42; 146/62, locos.,78
Asherton & Gulf RR: loco. 174/91
Ashland Ry: Wis/33, 36
Ashley, Drew & Northern Ry.: emblem 153/59
"The Ashley Planes of the Central Railroad of New Jersey," by Thomas T. Taber, 41/23-28
Ashley Price Lbr. Co.: 86/79; 88/90
Aspen Short Line Ry: 36/14
Association of American Railroads: emblem 153/34
Astoria & Columbia River RR: 94/127
Atchison & Nebraska RR: Q2/46-47
Atchison & Topeka RR: 60/29
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry: "Locomotives of the . . . ," by Sylvan R.
       Wood, SF/l-96 (revised, 75/5-183); "The Santa Fe in the South West
       United States," by J. G. Fry, 105/69-72; imvolvement with Colorado Midland
       RR, 36/19-20, 37; involvement with the first railroads in Oklahoma,
       60/8-14, 18 20, 25; involvement with Union Pacific Southern Branch, 63/8;
       involvement in San Diego area, 71/7; 80/13, 16, 17, 21, 22, 25, 34-36ff;
       involvement with Orient Road, 95/27, 31ff; involvement with Northwestern
       Pacific RR, 29/26, 30; passenger train, 1/25-26; list of subsidiary railroads in
       Oklahoma, 60/29-39; Death Valley Scotty's train, 75/175, 125/99; "The
       Richmond Tramp" (loco. 260), 75/ 176-177; Mount Pelee (loco. 824),
       75/178-179; Royal Gorge war, 78/89; Strong loco. 738, 92/79; track relocation
       between Williams and Crookton, 105/70-72; 2-10-0 Russian type, 124/73, 74;
       USRA freight cars, 128/27,29-33; hobos, 1884, 128/37; illegal
       train crew ticket sellers, 1888, 128/67; diesels for the Chief, 1935, 135/33; use
       of oil for locos., 137/4; filling in the China Basin at San Francisco, 1901, 139/77;
       emblem 153/34; loco. 158/123, 133; "[Research Note:] Santa Fe's 120-Ton
       Industrial Works Derricks," by Richard W. Pelouze, 160/51-59; "Working for
       the Santa Fe: Memoirs of 'Brownie the Boomer', 1909-1911," by H. Roger
       Grant, 161/35-65; "'A Bath, a Book, and an Entertainment': The Santa Fe Railway
       and Its Reading Rooms," by Graves and Graves, 169/5-33; Mudge career at:
       182/10-14; "[Print & Image] Santa Fe Poster Genius," by Michael E. Zega, :
       189/98-103
Atkinson, B. A., & Co.: private car, 46/9; 47/111
Atlanta & Florida RR: loco. 152/64
Atlanta & St. Andrews Bay RR: 72/114; locos. 154/92; 180/139, 140; 186/87
Atlanta & Vicksburg RR: loco. notes, 142/94
Atlanta & West Point RR: emblem 153/48; loco. 157/91; loco. 158/133
Atlanta, Birmingham & Atlantic RR: USRA freight cars, 128/27, 29-33;
       loco. notes, 127/99
Atlanta, Birmingham & Coast RR: emblem 153/50
Atlantic & Audubon RR: 132/76
Atlantic & Danville RR: 73/70; emblem 153/60
Atlantic & East Carolina RR: 118/19
Atlantic & Great Western RR: "...: A Study in Values," by E. Hungerford,
       71/35-49; Meadville Branch RR, 71/ 38; Franklin Branch, 71/43; laying
       third rail, 71/46; locomotives notes, 131/9, 25, 40-43, 48-50, 59, 62, 114-115;
       Samuel M. Peto, 18/52; early construction, 91/30; use of Cincinnati,
       Hamilton & Dayton RR, 96/80; involvement with Pittsburgh & Lake
       Erie RR, 112/10; lease of Cattawissa RR and Morris & Essex RR, 108/25
Atlantic & Gulf RR: 44/60; 86/11, 19, 63-64
Atlantic & Lake Erie Ry: 99/57
Atlantic & Mississippi RR: 90/70
Atlantic & North Carolina RR: 108/66, 67
Atlantic & Northern RR: Q1/14
Atlantic & Northwestern RR: 99/57
Atlantic & Pacific RR: history, 80/13ff; locos., 75/21, 126-129; SF/16ff; in
       Oklahoma, 60/9-10, 12, 66; mention, 105/69
Atlantic & St. Lawrence RR: loco. 152/67
Atlantic & Western RR: 86/105, 107; locos. 157/100; 162/72
Atlantic & Yadkin Ry.: loco., 177/104
Atlantic Car Works: 138/40
"The Atlantic City High Speed Line," by Granville Thomas, 20/44-51
       (Pennsylvania RR and Reading RR)
Atlantic City RR: "The Atlantic City High Speed Line," 20/44-51; train performance,
       52/26-27; 4-4-2 locos., 62/10, 11; history, 67/13-14;
Atlantie City
       Express, 1/20; loco. notes, 67/44, 47, 52, 54, 56, 58, 60-63; mention,
       118/ 43-46, photos between 48 and 49
Atlantic Coast Line RR: 4-4-0 and 4-4-2 locos., 35/28-29; early 4-4-2, 62/8-9; modern
       steam locos., 129/7, 8, 12, 17; loco. notes, 72/138; predecessor companies in Florida,
       86/63-101; acquisition oŁ the Plant System, 86/96; USRA freight cars, 128/27,
       29-33; Russian 2-10-0, 124/72, 74; emblem 153/26; locos., 177/106, 107; 186/87
Atlantic Coast Lumber. Co.: 119/53; 162/76; 186/87
Atlantic Coast, St. Johns & Indian River RR: 86/81, 107; roster, 88/99
Atlantic, Gulf & West India Transit RR: history, 86/33-36
"The Atlantic Locomotive m New England," by C. F. H. Allen, 116/50-55
Atlantic, Mississippi & Ohio RR: roster, 52/34; mention, 52/30; 17/37
Atlantic Northern & Southern RR: 132/79
Atlantic Southern RR: 132/76
Atlantic, Suwannee River & Gulf RR: 86/57-59
"Atlantic Type Locomotives," by Paul T. Warner, 62/7-19
Atlantic, Valdosta & Western RR: 88/97,98
Atlas Portland Cement Co.: 162/79
Attica & Allegany Valley RR: 40/36-37; 76/52
Attica & Arcade RR: 40/37; 76/52-54
Attica & Buffalo RR: roster, 123/80; loco. notes, 122/62; loco. 167/30
Attica & Freedom RR: 40/42; 76/60; 85/44
Attica & Hornellsville RR: 76/47; 131/9, locos. 19, 33, 38
Attica, Covington & Southern Ry: 134/93
Auburn & Port Clinton RR: 105/47-48
Auburn & Rochester RR: history and locos., 1841, 101/13; "Young Lion of
       the West," by Richard F. Palmer, 117/ 48-52 (first loco., Lion, and 1841
       excursion); loco. 167/30
Auburn & Syracuse RR: locos. 1850, 62/49; locos. 1841, 101/13; loco. notes,
       122/61-62; 123/80; finances, 132/60-61,69; loco. 167/30, 31
Augusta Southern RR: 127/100
Augusta, TaBahassee & Gulf RR: 86/125
Aurora Branch RR: "Joseph Stubbs, First Locomotive Engineer," by A. W.
       Newton, 98/73; "First Depot and lts Successors, Aurora, 111.," by A. W.
       Newton, 90/147-153; history and locos., 74/7-22; 76/6-13; acquisition by
       eastern capitalists, 88/69-76; loco. notes, Q2/4-5, 8, 14; 92/83, 86;
       mention, 65/35; 95/71,72
Aurora Locomotive Works: 8/30
AuSable & Northwestern RR: loco., 185/75
Austin & North Western: 94/57
Auto-Train: emblem 153/63
Averill Coal & Oil Co.: 149/52, 53
Avoca, Harlan, & Northern RR: 132/76
Avoca, Macedonia & South Western RR: 132/76


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