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Babcock Boom & Lbr. Co's. RR: 109/photo between 32 and 33; 113/photo between 16 and 17
"Back to the Future? High-Speed Rail and Historical Patterns of American Transportation
       Development," by Bruce E. Seely, 170/5-14 (Guest Editorial); 171/113-115
"Bad news" about the early railroads, suppression of 119/63-66
Bailey, Blood & Co.: 26/12
Bald Eagle Valley RR: 35/8; 100/83-84
Baldwin, M. W., & Co.: 8/16
Baldwin & Vail: 8/14
Baldwin & Whitney: 8/15
Baldwin Locomotive Works: "A Pioneer Locomotive Builder," by R. H.
       Sanford, 8/7-19; loco. records 1-100, 8/20-23; Old Ironsides, 8/89; first
       4-4-0, 8/16; flexible beam, 8/16-18; rack loco., 8/16-17; first 60 mph loco.,
       8/17; first 2-8-0, 8/18-19; "Baldwin Locomotives on the Delaware, Lackawanna
       & Western Railroad," by F. S. Graham, 114/41-46; "Old Ironsides,
       Baldwin's First Locomotive," by John H. White, 118/85-87; first 2-6-0, 17/59,
       60; first 4-4-2, 17/65; first 2-4-2, 17/65; 4-4-0 type, 35/16ff; loco. 5000,
       52/24; loco. 20,000, 64/16; loco. 60,000, 58/25, 26; 92/81-82; single
       driver locos., 114/28, drawing between 32 and 33; loco. 5000 with traction
       increasing device, 96/56-57; geared loco., 1840 patent, 87/13-14; flexible
       beam patent, 87/14-15; early freight locos., 91/24-25; construction number
       assigning, 92/99; proposed Chicago works, 113/74; merger with Lima
       Hamilton Co., 123/89; Miller's traction increaser, 150/116; Norris competitor,
       150/52; mention, 8/28; construction numbers for non-locomotives, 137/94;
       narrow gauge locos., 149/53-54, 67-69; loco. production after 1901, 132/46-55;
       "Comments on the System and Shop Practices of the . . .," by Brown and Vauclain,
       173/102-141
Baldwin, Vail & Huffy: 8/12
Baldwin-Westinghouse: interurban freight locomotives, 151/48
Ballston Terminal RR: 162/74
Baltimore & Cumberland Ry: 113/21; 122/27
Baltimore & Ohio RR: "Narrative of an Excursion on the. . . ," 6/5-21; CarroHton
       Viaduct, 6/57, 9; Patterson Viaduct, 6/6-7; Parr Spring Ridge plane,
       6/12-16; tolls 1832, 6/16; horse drawn freight loads, 6/17; "The Fair of the
       Iron Horse," 15/5-10; "... No. 600," by J. Snowden Bell, 20/26-31; "An
       Early Streamlined Train" (1900), 35/9; "The Tom Thumb," by L. W. Sagle,
       73/46-53; 1833 correspondence from Stockton & Darlington, comments by
       G.A. Petch, 90/157-161; "The Magnolia Cut-Off," by Francis E. Riffle
       (Cumberland to Brunswick, Maryland), 91/103-121; "B&O Stations in Baltimore,"
       by L.W. Sagle, 106/24-27; "The Centipede," by John H. White, 109/ll-15;
       "Worcester Salt Specials," by C. F. H. Allen, 113/79-82; "America's
       Oldest Railroad Shops-Mt. Clare," by L. W. Sagle, 127/22-44; "Nothing at
       the End of the Rainbow: The B&O's Adventure m Western Pennsylvania,"
       by H. H. Harwood, 129/56-70; "Mt. Clare Station, America's Oldest-or Is
       It?" by H. H. Harwood, 139/39-53; "The Greenback Raid," by John H.
       White, 146/41-46; photo blueprint room 152/25; photo 1900 photographer's
       car 152/40; emblem 153/32; "Doing the Right Thing: The B&O Presidency of
       Daniel Willard," by David M. Vrooman, 165/83-98; Thatcher Perkins career at,
       169/55-62; 1842 account, 169/82-83; rediscovered "oldest" station, 172/69-72;
       mention 155/53; "Baltimore's Belt," by J. Lawrence Lee, 192/30-51; "Orphans on the
       Waterfront," by Herbert H. Harwood, Jr., 192/52-55; "A Stroll Through Mount Clare
       Shops in 1872," by John H. White, Jr., 195/50-67; "Railroad Corporate Cultures,"
       by H. Roger Grant, 198/8-15; "Upholding the Standard," (Dining car service)
       by William F. Howes, Jr., 199/16-29
B&O locomotives: in 1838, 6/30; 62/S4; notes on Atlantic and York, 10/4-7;
       early loco. notes, 10/39; loco. 173 at Purdue, 14/6; loco. President Cleveland,
       17/80; New Castle-built locos., 18/33-34; an early locomotive performance
       sheet (1841), 32/41-43; loco. Dutch Wagon, photo 35/24; early anthracite
       burning locos., 52/l2-13; early 4-6-Os, 64/6, 10-11, opp 17; later 4-6-0s,
       64/15, 16; President-class 4-6-2s, 68/7 1-72; Winans-design locos., 70/lO-11, 13;
       feedwater heaters, 73/64, photo opp. 69; Winans crab engine patents, 87/9-11;
       later locos. (1840s-50s), 91/19, 24; 1957 renumbering, 96/92-93; 600,
       2-6-0, 100/10; 806, 4-4-0 with electric brake (1891), 125/49; John Quincy
       Adams, grasshopper loco., 124/28 opp. 32; history and locos. 1840, 101/14-17;
       Pangborn loco. replicas (1893), 73/46; list of locos. built at Mt. Clare
       shops, 127/41-44; loco. notes, 59/59; 1866 loco. notes, 108/62, 63, 64; photo
       S.J Hayes Camelback 152/33; 154/132 photo No. 201 152/36; loco. Ross
       Winans (1927) 154/132; 156/73, 83; 159/70, 72; 175/131
B&O topics, 1830-1869: opening, 9/35, 36, 37, 40; Baltimore ferry,
       21/32; early passenger cars, 32/45-49; Patterson viaduct (1832), 37/64; RR
       versus wagons for freight (1832), 44/94-95; letters of John B. Jervis
       concerning the B&O, 1831-1835, 55/14, 15; track, bridge, and tunnel
       construction (1850s, 1860s), 82/48, 50, 51; history, 1826-1840, 17-19;
       financing 1830s, 1840s, 91/37, 38-39; stealing of 14 locos. by the Confederacy,
       1861, 104/7-30; extension to Washington,105/23-24, photos between 24 and 25;
       Civil War, 105/26; extension west and south of Washington, 105/28, 29, 30;
       Georgetown Branch, 105/32; 1831 horsedrawn train 114/47; national
       historic sites-Mt. Clare and Ellicott City stations and Thomas Viaduct
       124 33-35; sail car, 127/83; early dividends, 132/65, 68, 69
B&O topics, 1870-1980: passenger train colors, 4/28; Royal Blue Line trains,
       4/28-29; last steam loco. into Washington, 105/32; a ride on the 5302,
       Baltimore to Washington, 107/97-101 entry to Pittsburgh, 112/7, 8; dining
       car china, 118/22; Chicago depots, 120/39; train robbery, 1901, 124/63;
       1877 strike, 126/111; USRA freight cars, 128/27, 29-33; Willard-Tiffin,
       Ohio, line construction, 134/36-37; New York City buses, 156/91
B&O acquisitions and involvement wit other railroads: Big Level & Kinzua
       RR, 100/88-89; Buffalo, Rochester, Pittsburgh RR, 81/40-41; Cincinnati,
       Hamilton & Dayton RR, 96/80-81,82; photo, 91/opp 84, 85; Coal & Coke
       RR, 113/20; Georges Creek Valley RR, 85/10, 11, 13, 15; George Gould
       system, 85/19; 111inois Central Chicago station, 43/73; Mount Jewett, Kinzua
       & Riterville RR, 81/45; Philadelphia, Wilmington & Baltimore RR, 21/32;
       Pittsburgh & Lake Erie RR, 112/9, 15; Cumberland extension of Western
       Maryland RR, 122/26ff; West Virgin Central Pittsburgh, 113/10, 14-15, 19
Baltimore & Chicago Terminal RR: . Historical Sketch of the ... and Its
       Predecessor Companies," by G. M. Campbell, 73/54-62; involvement with
       Wisconsin Central RR, 54/63, 65, mention, 73/57, 60
Baltimore & Harrisburg Ry.: 155/71
Baltimore & Ohio Connecting RR: 73/59
Baltimore & Port Deposit RR: 9/37; 21/6; 69/82; unearthed track, 179/135-142
Baltimore & Potomac RR: 21/34; 72/81; 105/27; 106/25
Baltimore & Susquehanna RR: locos. 1838, 6/30; 62/59; history and locos.
       1840, 101/17-18; loco. notes, 34/62; opening, 9/36; mention, 20/37, 40,41;
       52/43; dividends, 132/65, 69; 155/65-66; unearthed track, 179/135-136, 142-148
Baltimore & Washington RR: 9/37
Baltimore, Carroll & Frederick RR: 155/65
Baltimore Belt RR: 106/26
Baltimore Central RR: loco. Herald, 15/73-76
Bamberger RR: 151/66
Bangor & Aroostook RR: "Locomotives of the . . . ," by C. E. Fisher, 53/39-45;
       mention, 17/25; 55/75; USRA freight cars, 128/18, 19, 27; "A Brief History
       of the ", by Jerry Angier, 152/85-92; "Bangor & Aroostook All-Time
       Locomotive Roster", by William D. Edson, 152/93-104; emblems 153/54, 70; loco.,
       175/128
Bangor & Katahdim Iron Works Ry: roster, 53/41; mention, 53/39, 55/73; 152/86, 93
Bangor & Orono RR: 106/46
Bangor & Piscataquis Canal & RR: brief history and locos., 3/49-50; 1838
       locos., 6/23; 62/45; history and locos. 1841, 101/18-19; first loco., 15/35;
       roster, 53/41; 55/74; mention, 9/37; 20/40; 32/39; 34/62; 53/39; 55/73-75;
       106/41; 132/58, 69; 147/43; "Downeast Pioneer: The Company," by
       Richard F. Dole, 152/43-47, 50
Bangor & Piscataquis RR: 106/41; loco.152/56, loco. Dover 87
Bangor & Portland RR: locos., 72/80; 174/50; mention, 50/60
Bangor, Old Town & Milford RR: "The . . ., 1836-1869," by Harold S. Walker,
       106/40-48; roster, 106/42-44, 48; brief history and locos., 3/48-49; first loco.
       Pioneer, 15/35; mention, 8/53; loco. John Eliot, 152/42; 50, 56
Bangor Ry & Electric Co.: 151/20,27
"[Afterword:] A Bankruptcy That Revived an Industry," by Michael W. Blaszak, 181/113-115
Banner Fork Joint RR: 84/54; 119/53
Baraboo Air Line RR: 49/57,58
Barclay RR (Coal Co.): 131/24
Barnum, Richardson & Co.: 103/64; 122/56
Barnesville & Moorhead Ry: 143/8
Barney & Smith Car Works: history, 138/10, 15, 40
Baron Iron & Eq. Co.: 157/96
Barre & Chelsea RR: "Locomotives of the . . . ," by F. S. Graham, 100/64-65
Barriger railroad library: 148/101
Bartlesville interurban Ry: 60/39
Bartlett & Albany RR: 99/54
Batavia, Attica & Salamanca RR: 40/37
"The Bachelors and the Brass Hat", by Herbert H. Harwood, Jr. 187/60-73
Batesville & Brinkley RR: locos., 131/53, 55
Batesville & Southwestern RR: locos., 119/51
Bath & Crooked Lake RR: locos., 62/68
Bath & Hammondsport RR: "The . . ," by G.W. Erhardt, 62/68-70, roster,
       70; loco. notes, 131/45, 66, 71, 72, 73
"'A Bath, a Book, and an Entertainment': The Santa Fe Railway and Its Reading Rooms,"
       by Graves and Graves, 169/5-33
"Bathing Pool in Railroad Car Entertains Passengers," 138/70
Bauxite & Northern RR: 140/36
Bay Colony RR: loco. 152/81,83
Bay de Noquet & Marquette RR: history, 111/12, 20, 23; roster, 111/18-19
Bay State Ry: 151/40
Bay State Limited: 1/26
Bayfield Transfer Ry.: 154/41, 43
Bayfield Western (Bayfield Harbor & Great Western) RR: loco. 154/43
Bayside Lbr. Co.: 94/84
Beaumont & Great Northern RR: 63/15,18; roster, 63/110
Beaumont Shingle & Lbr. Co.: 75/37
Beaumont, Sour Lake & Western Ry: 94/34
Beaumont Wharf & Terminal Co.: 75/22, locos., 40, 96; SF/16
Beaver & Ellwood RR: 112/16; 113/76; 141/51
Beaver Creek Lumber Co.: 162/68
Beaver Meadow RR: locos. (1838), 6/29; 62/53; history and locos. (1841),
       16, 19; loco. notes, 35/11; 42/28, 33-35; 126/38, 39, 59, 82, 83; history,
       109/16-20, 21, 22; track description and first loco., 91/21; mention, 110/64;
       126/6, 7, 9
Beaver, Meade & Englewood RR: 60/13, 15-17, 40; 63/21-22, locos., 62, 63, 66,
       73, 74
Bedford & Bridgeport RR: 85/9
Bedford Belt RR: 136/22, loco., 58
Bedford, Springville, Owensburg & Bloomfield RR: 157/31ff
Beech Creek RR: "The . . . ," by Greene and Edmiston, 96/24-43; roster, 96/43;
       mention, 81/33
Beech Creek, Clearfteld & Southwestern RR: 96/27-30; roster, 96/43;
       timetable, 96/42
Beech Creek Extension RR: 96/34-35
"Before Jay Gould," 141/115
"The Beginnings of Southern Pacific," by D. L. Joselyn, 17/47-54
"The Beginnings of Telephone Dispatching," by Warren H. Hay, 130/55-60
Belfast & Moosehead Lake RR: 3/48; 56/89; 152/51, loco. 94, 100
Belington & Beaver Creek RR: 113/19, 29, photo between 16 and 17;
       75/58; loco.155/96
Belington & Northern RR: 113/19
Bellaire, Zanesville & Cincinnati RR: loco. notes, 86/75
Bellefontaine Ry: history and partial loco. records, 16/27-31; mention, 130/46; 108/68
Bellefontaine & Indiana RR: history and locos., 16/29-31; mention, 141/46
Bellefonte & Buffalo Run RR: 117/photo opp 9
Bellefonte & Snowshoe RR: 67/31, 50
Bellefonte Central RR: "The ... ," by Paul D. Simpson, 117/7-17; "Battle over Coal",
       by Michael Bezilla, 194/58-67
Bellevue & Cascade RR: loco. note, 136/108
Belleville & Southern Illinois RR: 140/5, locos., 79
Bellinghm & Northern RR: 84/18; 136/22
Bellingham Bay & British Columbia RR: "The . . . ," by Jukes and Van Wyck-
       Cheever, 84/7-24; 85/6; 136/22, locos., 43, 51,58, 80, 102; photo, 136/52
Bellingham Terminal & Ry Co.: 84/17, 18
"The Bell's Gap Railroad and its Successors: Seventy Years
       of Mountain Railroading, 1871-1941," by Robert L. Emerson, 158/108-118
Belmont & Buffalo RR: 76/65
Beloit & Madison RR: 27/19, 20, 22, 25, 26; Wis/8, 15
Belpaire firebox: 35/17
Belt Ry of Chicago: three-cylinder loco., 58|29; emblem 153/37; mention, 73/56, 60
Belvidere Delaware RR: 126/8
"The Bennington & Glastenbury Railroad," by F. S. Graham, 80/86-88,
       photo opp 80
Bennington & Rutland RR: history and roster, 90/101-105, photo opp 112;
       roster, VC/86; fight with Troy & Boston RR, 92/101-103; mention,VC/79;
       10/20, 21, 23
Bennington & Woodford Electric Ry: 80/86-87
Benson Log & Lbr. Co.: loco note, 94/128
Bentley, A., Lbr. Co.: loco note, 126/38
Benwood & Wheeling Connecting RR: loco. 156/61
Berkeley Branch RR: 17/51
Berks County RR: locos., 118/59, 60; 67/61
Berkshire RR: 17/16
Berlin RR: 103/62
Berwind White Coal Co.: 162/68
Bessemer & Lake Erie RR: USRA freight cars, 128/27, 29-33; emblem 153/20;
       loco. 159/71
Best Friend of Charleston: designer Ezra Miller, 150/115-117; history and data
       on replica, 18/60-61. See also West Point Foundry.
Bethlehem Iron Co.: 1882 use of Mason bogie loco., 41/19-20
Bethlehem Steel Co.: 152/104
Bettendorf Co.: USRA freight cars, 128/14, 27
Betts, Harlan & Hollingsworth: 1848 passenger car description, 65/61-63
Bevier & Southern RR: 140/36; loco. 154/84
"Bibles on the Train," 135/58
"Big Abandoned Railroads," by W. B. Schallek, 49/62-68
Big Forks & International Falls Ry: 93/100
Big Level & Bradford RR: 80/79
Big Level & Kinzua RR: 78/72, 79-81, map opp 82; 100/88
"Big Locomotive Ready," 135/33
"The Big Man of the Big Four: M. E. Ingalls," by J. P. Jones, 130/41-50
Big Stone Gap Iron Co.: 162/70
"Biggest of the Big," by Robert A. LeMassena, 184/96-103
Billerica & Bedford RR: "The ... of Massachusetts," by L. B. Walker,
       44/24-27; history, 57/7-14; mention, 37/15
"Biography of a Centenarian," by Louise Driscoll, 52/7-10 (John L. Driscoll)
"The Biography of a Heavy Pacific," by Robert L. Frey, 135/59-78 (Northern
       Pacific class Q-5)
Bird & Wells Lbr. Co.: Wis/22, 32
Birmingham & North Western RR: 157/98; locos. 158/129, 135, 138
Birmingham, Columbus & St. Andrev RR: loco. note, 127/100
Birmingham Southern RR: emblem 153/38
Black Diamond: 1/24 (passenger train)
Black Diamond RR: 68/44, 46; 84/19
"Black Female Railroaders", by Theodore Kornweibel, Jr., 201/6-29
Black Hills & Fort Pierre RR: Q1/17; Q2/54
Black Mountain RR: 119/56; 148/87
Black River RR: Wis/33, 36
Black River & Utica RR: 52/43; 109/46
Black River & Salisbury Beach RR: dummy loco., 139/37
Blackman Bros. Log. RR: loco. note, 103/63
Blackwell & Southern Ry: 60/30
Blackwell, Enid & Southwestern RR: 60/21-22, 68, photo opp. 17
Blairstown RR: steam inspection car, 127/81
Blanchard & Kimball: 8/26
Blandy, H&F: 8/30
Blaney & Southern RR: CNW/36
Bloomsburg & Sullivan RR: roster, 118/46-47, photo between 48 and 49;
       mention, 67/119; loco. notes, 47/opp 57
Blossburg & Corning RR: 55/48, 49, 50
"[A History of Wrecks] Blown Away," by Ralph S. Podas, 184/46-57; 186/146-148
Blue Ridge Coal Co.: 174/91
Blue Ridge RR: "Claudius Crozet,", by W. E. Warden, 129/44-55; mention,
       17/45; 88/97
Blue Ridge tunnel: 129/44-55
Blue Springs, Orange City & Atlantic RR: history, 86/107; roster, 88/99
Blue Streak (Cotton Belt fast freight), 153/75-92
Bluffton, Geneva & Celina RR: 174/66
Bluffton, Kokomo & Southwestern RR: loco. note, 97/47
Blumairer Lbr. Co.: loco. note, 143/41
Blytheville, Leachville, & Arkansas Southern RR: loco. note, 63/66
Boiler pressure, 35/27
Boise, Idaho: "Bringing the Rails to Boise." by R. V. Mills, 53/31-38
"The Bonanza Twins," by G. M. Best, 124/5-17
Bonlee & Western RR: loco. 157/100
Bonhomie & Hattieburg Southern RR: loco. note, 133/89
Bonner Rail Wagon: 151/32, 34
Books: see Literature
"Boomer Tales," by Thomas M. Jacklin, 185/46-65
Boone County & Booneville RR: 133/31
Boone County & Jefferson City RR: 133/31
Boone Transportation Co.: CNW/28
Boone Valley Coal Ry: CNW/27
Bonneville RR: 63/19
Booth, H. J., & Co.: 29/43; 68/41ff
Booth Bros. Granite Co.: 162/71
"Boston's Anonymous Railroad Reaches the End of the Track," by Frank
       Kyper, 123/58-61 (Union Freight RR)
"Boston, Friday, August 6, 1830," 117/56-59
"The Boston, First Locomotive on the Allegheny Portage," by George M. Hart,
       53/67-68
Boston, Mass.: railroads and stations in 1848, 33/10; railroads and stations in
       1860, 33/24; Tremont Street Subway, national historic site, 124/35
Boston & Albany RR: Abraham Lincoln on the New Haven and the . .. ," by
       Warren Jacobs, 33/7-54;"... Locomotives 1832-1930," by George P. Becker
       and C. E. Fisher, 22/9-33; 23/21-22; passenger trains, 1/19; Eddy Clock
       locos., 2/13-18; Woburn Branch RR, 3/13; recent fast train run, 3/21;
       locomotive Marmora at Purdue University, 12jl4; 1872 rule book, 50/41;
       acquisition of branch roads, 82/33; Albany bridge of 1866, 85/52-53; through
       passenger service 1880s-1920s, 87/47-50; first dining cars, 111/6; 44-2 locos.,
       116/54-55; 180/140; Boston's Board of Trade Speeial, 1870, 135/84; ". . .
       Locomotives in 1912," by Francis D. Donovan, 177/109-117; 178/134-135; mention,
       7/50, 17/20, 22, 23, 25-28
Boston & Dorchester RR: loco. note, 49/73
Boston & Lowell RR: "Celebration at Lowell, Mass." (June 5, 1930), 23/7;
       locos. 1832, 4/45; locos. 1838, 6/24; 62/46; operation and locos. 1837,
       13/13-18, 37-38; history and locos. 1841, 101/19-21; loco. history, 31/8-9, 12-16;
       loco. Whistler, 7/48; loco. Warrior, 35/73,75; loco. notes, 7/54, 55, 57;
       32/39-40; history, 31/7-8; Claremont & Concord branch, 35/75-76;
       Connecticut & Passumpsic Rivers RR lease, 49/30; through passenger service, 87/54;
       early dividends, 132/59, 69; Boston station, 4/4, 5; mention, 7/30-31;
       17/15, 18, 23; 9/36, 37; 20/37, 57; 26/39; 34/58-62; loco. 152/55; 175/119
Boston & Maine RR: "The Locomotives of the ... (and Predecessor Lines),"
       by Charles E. Fisher, 26/18-24;28/l3-26; 29/8-14; 31/7-15; 32/30-40;
       34/52-63; 35/62-76; 37/41-55; 38/40-48; "Celebration at Lowell, Mass." (June
       5, 1930), 23/7; "A Former Rail Center in the White Mountains: North
       Conway, N.H.," by C.F.H. Allen, 59/37-42; "The Influence of Government
       Regulation on the Management of 45 New England Railroads, 1830-1900,"
       by C. J. Kennedy, 105/6-22; Hoosac Tunnel construction, 105/10-12; North
       Station construction, 105/18-20; list of railroads comprising the B&M, 105/21-22
B&M locomotives: Wellington photo, 2/34; early locos., 7/48; General Grant
       photo, 26/10-11; locos. 1840, 62/46; last 4-6-2s, 68/72; locos. sold to Southern
       Pacific RR, 94/111; 4-4-2s and routes used on, 116/51-54; locos: 152/68, 72, 78.
B&M topics: Haymarket Square station 4/3; recollections of a loco. engineer,
       James F. Chadbourne, 1870s, 4/14-18; Mt. Washington RR, 4/22; train colors,
       4/24; Abraham Lincoln travels, 33/7,10; involvement with Philadelphia &
       Reading RR, 42/23; ball signal rules at Lawrence, 1907, 50/52-53; involvement
       with Hampden RR, 82/35; Boston and Mt. Desert Limited, 82/72-73;
       Sunday passenger train rules, 1850,85/58; through passenger car service
       1890s-1920s, 87/52, 53-54; to Vancouver, B.C., 55-56; use of track by
       Rutland RR, 1953, 90/108; Northern New Hampshire and Maine Central RR
       contract, 99/42, 43, 47, 49; Worchester salt specials, 113/82; hand cars,
       127/71; USRA freight cars, 128/18,20,27,29-33; electric operation at Hoosac
       Tunnel, 1912, 135/42; control by Philadelphia and Reading RR, 119/23-24;
       through train to Harrisburg, Pa., 119/33; 60 mph run, 1848, 142/32;
       flour traffic from the Northern RR, 145/36; acquisition of the Fitchburg
       RR, 146/63; Flying Yankee, 148/72-75; miscellaneous notes, 17/l6, 17,
       21-28; 20/S7, 58; emblems 153/34, 45, 61
Boston & New York Airline RR: roster, 41/29-30; notes, 18/55; 22/S6; 110/39
Boston & New York Central RR: mention, 1/l2; 4/12; 15/39; 17/18, 19; 18/55;
       20/S8; 22/56; 49/69
Boston & Portland RR: history and locos., 1841, 101/22; mention, 17/l6; 26/l8
Boston & Providence RR: "Disaster at the 'Tin Bridge'," by M.B. Wakefield,
       95/85-87; "The Canton Viaduct," by E.D. Galvin, 129/71-85; "Commonwealth
       . . . ," by Weston Holme, 5/39-58; locos., 1838, 6/23; 62/45; Daniel
       Nason, 8/56; Daniel Nason and coach at Purdue University, 11/5-6; Gov.
       Gifford, 15/18; inside~connected locos., 16/39; roster, 47/79-89; Norris
       locos., 79/10; history and locos., 1841, 101/22-23; loco. notes, 8/71ff, 80-83;
       34/62; 49/72; loco., 4/45; operations and locos., 1837, 13/7-13; Boston
       station 4/5, 8, 9, ll; instructions for conductors and engineers, 1837,
       13/35-36; diary notes of Henry W. Richards, 15/38-44; first passenger car,
       32/54; 1848 timetable, 33/19; history, 33/38-39; 47/78-80; 1860 timetable,
       33/47; 1835 rules, 50/29-30; early dividends, 132/59, 69; mention, 1/12;
       2/10; 3/53; 7/54, 55; 9/36, 37; 17/ 15-17; 20/38, 39; 26j39; 29/14; 109/53;
       loco. 152/62
Boston & Worcester RR: "Locomotive Performance of Nearly 100 Years Ago,"
       by C.E. Fisher, 23/9-22; "lOOth Anniversary of Opening of the First Steam
       Railroad in Massachusetts," by Warren Jacobs, 34/67-68; "Boston, Friday,
       August 6, 1830," 117/56-69; Eddy Clocks, 2/13-17; locos., 1838, 6/24;
       62/45; operations and locos., 13/19-25; loco. Hero, 17/38; loco. notes,
       22/9-27; 34/62; history and locos., 1841, 101/ 23-25; 102/52; Carroll of Carrollton,
       70/11-12; 114/29-35, 36; Charles River branch, 3/13-14; Boston station,
       4/5, 7-8; first iron passenger car, 4/31; New York and Boston express of
       1860s, 8/49-51; 1848 timetable, 33/20; notes on 1848, 33/14-15;
       Worcester station photo, 1860, 33/28; Boston station, 33/28-29; history,
       33/42; 1860 timetable, 33/48; express contract, 52/56-57; mvolvement with
       the Western RR, 69/6, 14, 15, 22, 32, 35, 36, 56, 57, 63-64, 69-76; train
       travel, 1835, 81/58-61; early dividends, 132/59, 69; mention, 2/4; 10/25; 9/36;
       17/15, 20; 18/53; 20/37ff 59; 29/l1; loco. 152/55, 60
Boston & Worcester Air Line Ry: 151/39
Boston, Barre & Gardner: roster, 38/41; mention, 17/20, 23; 146/62, locos., 78
Boston Board of Trade: transcontinental special train, 1870, 135/79-94
Boston, Clinton & Fitchburg RR: roster, 46/48-49; loco. notes, 8/56ff 83-85;
       passenger cars, 138/45; locos., 185/77; mention, 17/20, 22
Boston, Concord & Montreal RR: roster, 35/69-72; fight with Boston & Maine
       RR, 99/42, 43; mention, 4/22-23; 17/17, 18, 24; 49/12,26,29
Boston, Hartford & Erie RR: "Review of Locomotive No. 21 on the . . .," by
       Thomas Appleton, 25/32-44; relations with Dutchess & Columbia RR, 34/20,
       21, 24; history, 49/70; 119/7-18; roster, 49/71-73; loco. notes, 16/39-42;
       18/52-53, 54, 55; mention, 1/13, 14; 4/11, 12; 6/43; 17/19-21, 32, 37;
       22/54ff; 110/20, 21
Boston, Hoosac Tunnel & Western RR: roster, 38/44; photo, 38/between 40
       and 41; mention, 17/23; 146/62; loco. notes, 146/84, 89; locos. 162/69
Boston Locomotive Works: "Holmes Hinkley and the ...," by John H. White,
       142/27-52; loco. construction records, 142/53-88; 144/92-93; mention, 9/25,25/7
Boston, Lowell & Nashua RR: locos., 31/ 10-11; Suffolk photo, 3/opp 9;
       mention, 35/74
"Boston's Old Depots," by Warren Jacobs, 4/3-13
"Boston's South Terminal Station: An Electric Traction History," by Brian F. Coffey, 170/34-59
Boston, Revere Beach & Lynn RR: telephone dispatching, 130/56-59; locos.,
       41/20, photo, 21; mention, 17/21, 3435; 141/84
Botany Worsted Mills: 162/68
Boulder Valley RR: loco, 65/44
Bouton, R.M., Milldam Foundry, 44/22
Bowers, Dure & Co.: 138/8
Bowie Lbr. Co.: loco., 94/31
"A Boy Hero," 140/120
Boyden, Seth: 46/17-20; 60/71
Boyne City, Gaylord & Alpena RR: loco., 49/63; 72/105
Boynton's Bicycle RR: loco. No. 1, photo, 139/20, 37; mention, 9/10
"Boys," 139/85
Bradford Ry: roster, 85/47; mention, 80/78-81; 100/91
Bradford & Corydon RR: 78/81
Bradford & Foster Brook RR: 80/72
Bradford & Kinzua RR: 80/81
Bradford & Oil City Air Line RR: 91/100, 101
Bradford & State Line RR: 81/30
Bradford & Tiona RR: 91/99
Bradford & Western Pennsylvania RR: history, 76/67-68, photo opp 67
Bradford, Bordell & Kinzua RR: 78/69-72, 73, 79-80, map opp 82; 81/38-39;
       100/87-88; roster, 85/44; mention, 49/63; 77/18; 80/78; 93/43
Bradford, Bordell & Smethport RR: 78/73-78, map opp 82
Bradford, De Golia & Smethport RR: 78/77
Bradford, Eldred & Cuba RR: 78/64-69, map opp 82; roster, 85/44; notes,
       40/36-37, 39, 42; 49/63; 64/36; 76/43,56
Bradford, Richburg & Cuba RR: 78/64, 69
Bradshaw Mountain RR: 75/22, locos., 162-163; SF/16
Brainerd & Northern Minnesota RR: 13/100
Brakes: "George Westinghouse," by C.E. Fisher, 40/7-15; steam brakes, 40/7;
       Ambler brakes, 40/9; clasp brakes (Reading), 97/65-67; "Eames Vacuum
       Brake," by Fred Jukes, 102/38-41; wasps in brakes, 140/103
Brandon, Devils Lake & Southern Ry: 143/8, loco., 59
Brandt, John: 150/S3
Brattleboro & Whitehall RR: VC/59,72
Brevard Tann. Co.: 162/66
Brick arch: 95/79-84
Bridgeport & South Chicago RR: 73/55, 56; 54/64
Bridgeport & Widemire Ry: 81/33
Bridges: "The Bridge Builder" (poem), by W.A. Drumgoole, 31/16; "The Rouses
       Point Bridge,"^by Lawrence Doherty, 53/58-63; "The Original Rock island
       Bridge Across the Mississippi River," by F.P. Fowle, 56/55-63; "The Prairie
       Du Chien Pontoon Bridge," by A.E. Miller, 58/46-54; "The Canton Viaduct"
       (Massachusetts), by G.P. Galvin, 129/71-85; "The Susquehanna Bridge
       on the Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore Railroad," by G.A. Parker,
       134/39-55; "The Coast Line and its Bridges in Ventura and Santa Barbara
       Counties" (Southern Pacific RR), by Nan Lawler, 145/87-105; "A Man and
       a Bridge," 31/17-19; Niagara Falls suspension bridge, 23/56-57; Victoria
       bridge, 23/57-68, 70; International bridge, 23/68-72; Coteau bridge,
       23/73-74; Rock island-Mississippi River bridge, 30/23-24; Cincinnati Southern
       RR, Kentucky River bridge, 31/18; Canadian Pacific Lachine Rapids
       bridge, 31/19; early British bridge design, 38/8-9; Fox River bridge at
       Aurora, Ill., 76/19-20; Kinzua bridge (Erie RR), 76/50-51; early bridge
       construction, 82/49-50; Hudson River bridge at Albany, 85/52-53; Brooklyn
       Bridge, 97/7-20; Poughkeepsie bridge, 119/6, 16, 18-19, photo between 32
       and 33; Eads bridge, 124/34; Thomas Viaduct, 124/35; Wabash RR's St.
       Charles bridge, 133/26-27; "The Southern Pacific Builds a Bridge - The Saga
       of the Martinez-Benicia Bridge," by John W. Snyder, 161/66-93; "Engineering Dreams
       into Disaster: History of the Tay Bridge," by Marion K. Pinsdorf, 179/89-116;
       "Engineering Success and Disaster: American Railroad Bridges, 1840-1900," by Mark
       Aldrich, 180/31-72
Bridgeton & Harrison RR: mail contract, 43/57; history, 57/82-86
Bridgeton & Saco River RR: 57/73-82; mention, 3/52; 17/22
Brief history of: "A . . . Argentine Central Railway Company," by M.C. Poor,
       64/ 75-79; " . . . the First Electric Locomotives on the New York Central
       Railroad," by R.S. Burpo, 106/19-23; 107/6; " ... the New York and New
       England Railroad," by G.M. Woodruff 22/53-58; " ... the North Western's
       Madison Division--the Baraboo Air Line," by A.E. Miller, 49/57-61; A
       the Bangor & Aroostook Railroad", by Jerry Angier, 152/85-92; "A . . . the New
       York, Ontario & Western Railroad, with All-Time Locomotive Roster," by Shaw
       and Edson: 175/107-131
"Brief Notes on Famous Engines," by Arthur Curren, 28/47; 29/20-21
Bright Hope Ry: 114/48-49; 103/62
Brimstone RR & Canal Co.: 162/78
"Bringing the Rails to Boise," by R.V. Mills, 53/31-38
Bristol RR: 17/24
Broadway Limited: 1/1 9
Brock RR: loco. 162/66
Brockport & Shawmut RR: 76/49; 93/11, 12
Brockwayville & Punxsutawney RR: 81/31, 32
Brooklyn & Jamaica RR: loco, 41/38; mention, 10/7-8, 10
Brooklyn Central & Jamaica RR: 10/25
Brooklyn Dock & Terminal Co.: loco., 72/81; 114/45
Brooklyn Eastern District Terminal Co.: 131/102
Brooks, James: 35/10
Brooks Locomotive Works: 12/28-32; first 100 loco. records, 12/32-33;
       narrow-gauge locos., 149/69
Brooks Scanlon Lbr. Co.: loco., 72/105; 157/100
Brooksville & Hudson RR: 86/124-125
Brookville & Mahoning RR: 93/61; mention, 64/42
"The Broom Handle That Made Stoker History," by T.W. & H.T. Bennett,
       128/50-67
"Brotherhood of Railway Section Foremen," 133/54
Brown Lbr. Co.: 146/93 (N.H.)
Brownell Improvement Co.: 156/61
Brown-Robbins RR: Wis/60
Brownsville & Nodaway Valley RR: 132/76
Brunswick & Chillicothe RR: 133/9, 31
Brunswick & Albany RR: 157/25-26
Brunswick Lbr. Co.: 98/30
Buchanon & Clifton Forge RR: 88/60, 62,63
Buchanon & Northern RR: 112/15
Buck, M.M., Supply Co.: steam hand car, 127/81
Buck Mountain RR: history and loco., 101/25; mention, 109/23; 108/22
Buckeye Coal & Ry Co.: 98/79
Buckfield Branch RR: new passenger car, 1850, 139/14; 152/51
Bucksport & Bangor RR: 55/72; 152/51
Bucyrus Foundry & Mfg. Co.: hand cars, 1883, 127/73, 91
Buda Manufacturing Co.: hand cars, 127/91
Buffalo & Bradford RR: 76/45-46, 47
Buffalo & Corning RR: loco. America, 11/28
Buffalo & Erie RR: 141/98-99
Buffalo & Jamestown RR: 131/9, loco. 53
Buffalo & Lockport RR: 151/50
Buffalo & Mississippi RR: 87/60-62; 183/15-16
Buffalo & New York City RR: 131/9, 38, 39, 43/40; 156/88-89
Buffalo & Niagara Falls RR: locos., 1838, 6/25; 62/49; history and locos., 1841,
       101/25
Buffalo & North Western RR: 60/34; 75/22, 36; SF/16
Buffalo & Pittsburgh RR: 76/45
Buffalo & Rochester RR: early railroad travel, 59/80-81
Buffalo & St. Marys RR: 61/81; 93/14
Buffalo & Southwestern RR: 131/9, loco., 47
Buffalo & Susquehanna RR: ". . . and its Subsidiaries," by W.W. Robinson,
       49/33-56; extension to Buffalo, 49/37; roster, 49/52; "The . . . Company," by
       C.F.H. Allen, 70/44-60; switchbacks, 70/52-53; tunnels, 70/53; corporate
       predecessor list, 70/59-60; loco., Edward T. Johnson, 0-6-6-0, 85/6-7;
       loco. No. 101, 84/21; purchase of Buffalo, Attica & Arcade RR, 76/62, 66;
       81/36; acquisition by B&O RR, 129/56, 62, 67, 68-69; mention, 56/82;
       100/87; 136/43; locos. 156/79; 185/96
Buffalo & Washington RR: 76/53
Buffalo, Attica & Arcade RR: 40/42-43,photos between 36 and 37; mention,
       70/57; 72/114; 76/60-62; 100/87, 90; 131/46
Buffalo, Bayou, Brazos & Colorado RR: 94/14, 18, 1ocos., 54; SP/14, loco., 45
"[Preservation Topics] Buffalo Blues," by Geoffrey H. Doughty, 184/104-109 (Buffalo
       Central Terminal)
Buffalo, Bradford & Kane RR; history 78/74-77; 81/43, 45, 53-54
Buffalo, Bradford & Pittsburgh RR: 76/47-48; 131/9, 38
Buffalo, Byron, Brazos & Colorado RR: 7/55
Buffalo Car Works: 1872, 138/24, 33
Buffalo, Cleveland & Chicago RR: 92/15-16
Buffalo, Corning & New York RR: 131/9
Buffalo Creek RR: 126/10; loco., 131/33
Buffalo Creek & Gauley RR: 108/11
Buffalo, New York & Erie RR: 131/9,38,39
Buffalo, New York & Philadelphia RR narrow gauge locos., 85/45-51;
       mention, 64/33-34; 80/69, 71, 81; 92/17,34ff; 90/92;141/83;148/87;VC/98
Buffalo, Pittsburgh & Western RR: 80/79
Buffalo, Rochester & Eastern RR: 82/31
"Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburgh RR," by C.F.H. Allen, 81/29-41; "Locomotives
       of the ... ," by C.F.H. Allen, 84/46-54; 85/8; "More About Locomotives
       of the ... ," by R.R. Rothfuss, 119/34-60; loco. No. 10, 12/30;
       agreement with Philadelphia & Reading RR 42/23; involvement with Clarion River
       RR, 92/56-57; acquisition of Bradford, Brodell, & Kinzua RR, 100/88; freight
       tonnage, 119/34; USRA freight cars 128/27, 29-33; D&H RR and Van
       Sweringen interest and B&O acquisition, 129/59-69; loco. notes, 63/69;
       41/14; locos. 161/96-97; 174/91 mention, 98/31
Buffalo Run, Bellefonte & Bald Eagle R 117/8-9
Buffalo, St. Marys & South Western RR roster, 93/16; photo, 61/80; mention
       64/35, 41; 93/15-16
Buffalo Steam Engine Works: 8/30
Buffalo, Union-Carolina RR: loco., 180/139
"Of Builders Plates and Construction Numbers," by F.S. Graham, 92/94-100
"Building a Better Iron Horse," by Mark Reutter, Dsl/38-61; 183/151-153
Bullfrog-Goldfield RR: history, 100/29-38; roster, 100/41; mention, 49/63
Burke Tann. Co.: 162.70
"A Bunch of Dummies," by John H. White, Jr., 181/61-78
Burlington & Colorado RR: 24/40
Burlington & Lamoille RR: bogie loco., 41/18-19, photo opp 17; mention, 90/88;
       147/96; VC/45, 60, 83
Burlington & Missouri River RR: history notes, 24/16, 17, 28, 30, 33; 132/71-74;
       loco. notes, Q1/4-6, 7, 11; Q2/6,26-30, 36-37
Burlington & Missouri River RR (Neb.): history, Q2/43-44; loco., Q2/45-54
       photo, 57
Burlington & Northwestern RR: 132/75
       76; Q2/42; 61A/43
Burlington & Peoria RR: 82/28
Burlington & South Western RR: 24/40; loco., Q2/66
Burlington & Western RR: 132/77, 79; Q2/42; 61A/43, 44
Burlington, Cedar Rapids & Missouri RR: 132/74
Burlington, Cedar Rapids & Northern RR: 132/72, 76-78; Minnesota & St. Louis
       RR joint track, 31/34; emblem 153/54; to Spirit Lake, IA, 163/74ff
Burlington Northern: emblem 153/61; involvement in ACE 3000 project, 156/8-10
Burke Tann. Co.: 162.70
Burning Springs RR: 141/52
Burr, D.J., & Co.: 130/68-69, 88
Burr & Ettinger: 8/29
Burr, Sampson & Rahm: 130/68
Burrs Ferry, Browndel & Chester RR: 94/36, 39; SP/31
Burstall: loco. Perseverance, 16/14
Burton-Swartz Cypress Co.: loco., 88/96
Bury, Edward: 5/63, 64
"Old Bury Engine," 18/58
Buses, RR use of: "Railroads, Good Roads, and Motor Vehicles: Managing
       Technological Change", by Bruce E. Seely, 155/35-63; "Ralph Budd, the Great
       Northern Railway, and the Advent of the Motor Bus," by Douglas V. Shaw,
       166/57-79
Bush Terminal Co.: loco. 162/65
"Business Strategies and Diesel Development," by Albert J. Churella, Dsl/22-37
Busk Tunnel Ry: 36/15, 25
Butler Bros.: 156/61
Butte, Anaconda & Pacific RR: loco. notes, 143/34, 49, 60, 77
Butte County RR: SP/14, loco., 79; 94/18, loco. notes, 78, 96, 127; loco. 159/62


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