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Daft electric railway system: 26/26
Dakota & Great Northern Ry: 143/9
Dakota Central RR: 132/81; 133/54
Dakota Southern RR: 140/65
"Dallas and its First Railroad," by Rosenberg & Davis, 135/34-42
Dallas & Greenville RR: 63/13, 14, 20
Dallas & Oak Cliff Street Ry: SP/48
Dallas & Waco RR: 63/13, 14, 20
Dallas & Wichita RR: 63/13, 15, 19
Dallas, Cleburne & Southwestern Ry: 63/ 18
Danbury & Norwalk RR: 17/18, 23; loco., 44/67
Danforth & Son: 11/28-29 (loco. builder)
Danforth, Cooke & Co.: 8/27
Dan'l Webster, [train] discussion 155/117
Dansville & Mt. Morris RR, 72-99; loco. 172/53
Danville RR: equipment 1850s, 82/53
Danville & Pottsville RR: locos. 1838, 6/28; history and loco. 1844, 101/29-30;
       history, 107/30, 34-39; mention, 105/39; 106/37, 38; 108/21, 29; 109/26;
       Mahanoy Plane disaster, 119/63-65; tunnel, second in U.S., 119/65-66
Danville & Seaboard RR: 73/76
Danville & Southwestern RR: 133/31, loco., 60
Danville, Hazleton & Wilkes Barre RR: 109/28
Danville, Olney & Ohio River RR: 140/6, loco., 12
"Dates of Some of the Principal Events in the History of 100 Years of Railroading
       in New England, 1826-1926," by Warren Jacobs, 17/15-28
Dauphin & Susquehanna Coal Co.'s RR: 105/40,46-48
Davenport & Bridges Car Co.: 138/6, 7; 32/55
Davenport & Iowa RR: 132/71
Davenport & Muscatime RR: 132/80
Davenport & North Western RR: 132/76; 136/24,loco.,73
Davenport & St. Paul: 132/75; 136/24,73
Davenport, Clinton & Eastern RR: 132/78
Davenport, Iowa & Dakota RR: 132/78; loco. 154/92
Davenport Locomotive Works: 150/115; gas electric loco. on Santa Maria Valley RR, 148/80-81
Davenport, Rock island & North Western RR 136/80, 82, 85; Q2/42; Q1/16, 32, 33, 37
Davis Bros. Lbr. Co.'s RR: 113/7, 9, 30
Dawson & Baily: 149/61-62, 63, 64, 67 (loco. builder)
Dawson Coal & Ry: 72/105, 110
"A 'Days of Gold' Railroad," by C. Fisher, Jr.: 43/30-35
Dayton & Cincinnati Tunnel RR (Short Line): 137/9-10
Dayton & Michigan RR: 96/80
Dayton & South Eastern Narrow Gauge RR: 97/73; 157/30-31
Dayton & Union RR: 143/40
Dayton & Western RR: 141/37, loco., 46; 151/47
Dayton-Goose Creek RR: 94/19, locos., 44,58; SP/15, 39,48; notes, 63/64
Dayton, Lebanon & Cincinnati RR: 141/43
Dayton, Toledo & Chicago RR: 131/51, 52, 64-76
Dayton, Xenia & Belpre RR: 141/37, 47
DeLand & St. Johns River RR: 86/82
Deadwood Central RR: Q1/17; Q2/54
"Dearborn's Railroad Memorial of 1819," by Robert C. Post, 132/84-85
       (Benjamin Dearborn, Boston)
Death Valley RR: 100/36, 3940, roster, 42
Death Valley Scotty train: 75/175
DeBardeleben Coal Co.: 157/98
Decatur & East St. Louis RR: 133/15, 31
Deckerville, Osceola & Northern RR: loco. 152/68
Deep Creek Ry: 77/23
Deer River RR: 119/57
Deerfield Valley RR: 46/25
Deering Southwestern RR: 136/56
"Defeating Division 699," by Paul E. McCray, 189/86-97
DeKalb & Great Western RR: 154/34
DeKalb & Western RR: loco. 157/106
DeLand & St. Johns River RR: 86/82
Delaware RR: 21/17, 19, 21,25, 29, 33
Delaware & Bound Brook RR: loco. No. 106, 96/54-55; locos., 118/4849; 67/63
Delaware & Cobbs Gap RR: 72/9
Delaware & Eastern RR: 43/23-29; 72/105, 115
Delaware & Hudson RR: " . . . Celebrates 100th Anniversary," 5/5-6; "An
       Account of the First Trial, August 1829, of the Stourbridge Lion in the
       Pottsville Miners Journal, " by E.J. Heydiinger, 116/57-58; failure of Stourbridge
       Lion test, 119/63; Stourbridge Lion and America, 20/7-9, 13-14; first four
       locos., 20/37; names of the first four locos., 87/86; origin and names of first
       four locos., 107/86-96; "The Gravity Railroad of the ," by G.M. Best,
       82/7-24; abandonment of oldest railroad im U.S., Carbondale to Honesdale
       Jct., 26/6; 1820s history, 91/13, 14; history and locos. 1841, 101/30-31;
       "Letters of John B. Jervis," by William C. Kessler, 53/11-18; 55/15; John B.
       Jervis library,52/41-7; Jervis's involvement with D&H, 30/10-13; involvement
       with Adirondack RR, 74/36-37; with Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburg
       RR, 129/65, 67; 81/41; with Lehigh Valley RR, 126/28; with Ogdensburg
       & Lake Champlain RR, VC/95; with Quebec, Montreal & Southern RR, 49/18;
       with Rutland RR, VC/78-79; with Wabash RR, 133/27; continuous rail,
       49/95-100; 4-6-2s, 68/76-77; USRA freight cars, 128/28-33; emblem 153/52;
       loco. 152/81-82; 175/131; mention, 113/35 "The Curious Disappearance of America's First
       Locomotive," by Robert B. Thayer; 199/48-68; "Thoughts on the Thayer Article,"
       by Bill Withuhn, 199/69-71
Delaware & New England RR: 50/9, 11; 119/23
"Delaware and Northern Railroad," by W. Robinson, 43/23-29; roster, 43/29;
       mention, 84/54; 119/52; 136/80
       Delaware & Raritan Bay RR: 89/153
Delaware Car Works: 138/7,8
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western RR: "The Ten Wheelers on the . . . ," by
       F.S. Graham, 43/37-42; 4-6-0 roster, 43/40-42; "Early Locomotives of the
       Lackawanna Railroad and Subsidiary Lines," by F.S. Graham, 50/56-75;
       "New York's Oldest Ferry," by L.B.N. Gnaedinger, 50/76-77; "DL&W
       Locomotive Classification," by F.S. Graham, 70/61-69; "Locomotives of the ...
       and its Subsidiary Lines," by F.S. Graham, 72/6-143; 74/6; "Baldwin
       Locomotives on the ...," by F.S. Graham, 114/41-46; early 4-6-0s, 64/12;
       later 4-6-0s, 64/22-23; 4-6-2s, 68/76; three cylinder locos., 58/28, 29;
       development of anthracite burning loco., 52/16-17, 19; Moguls, 100/19;
       loco. roster 1880, 50/71-75; loco. naming, 50/58; 4-4-0s, 35/29, 31;brief
       history, 72/9-11; involvement with Lackawanna and Bloomsburg RR, 47/56-58;
       involvement with Central Valley RR, 128/68, 72-73; mvolvement with
       Lehigh & Hudson River RR, 47/69, 70; involvement with Kewanee. Green Bay
       & Western RR and Green Bay, Wimona & St. Paul RR, 115/25, 32; 38, 40;
       signalling, 34/13; 44/79, 81; sleeper service to Olean, New York, 92/34, 36;
       USRA freight cars, 128/28-33; rail fan trip, July 19, 1936, 41/48-50; emblem
       153/45; Phoebe Snow promotion, 163/88-92; 165/114-116 ; loco. 174/50;
       mention, 94/130, 131; 100/42; 109/53; "Fighting a Blizzard with the Wireless,"
       by Tommy Meehan, 199/42-47
Delaware, Lehigh, Schuylkill & Susquehanna RR: 42/5; 126/7
Delaware River RR & Bridge Co.: 73/map 24, 30
Delaware, Susquehanna & Schuylkill RR: history, 108/27-28; locos., 126/39,58,
       59, 87; 2-6-0s, 100/14, photo, 9; mention, 42/24; 126/21
Delaware Valley RR: 70/73; 72/80, 130; "Country Carrier of the Poconos: The Delaware
       Valley Railroad," by James N.J. Henwood, 174/26-50
Delaware Valley Electric Railway, 174/28-29
Delaware Valley, Lehigh & Hudson & RR: [sic - error by author; correct name is DV,
       Hudson & Lehigh] 70/72
Delaware Valley, Hudson & Lehigh RR: 174/30
Dells & North Eastern Ry: Wis/38
Dells Lbr. & Shingle Co.: 154/45
Delphos, Bluffton & Frankfort RR: 97/73
Delray Connecting RR: loco. 172/61
"The Demise of the ICC," by George W. Hilton, 185/8-15
Denison & Washita Valley RR: 60/52, 62; 63/11, 14,18, 19,20; roster, 63/108
Denison, Bonham & New Orleans RR: 63/15, 18, 69, 106
Denmead, A&W: 8/29 (loco. builder)
Dennis, Thomas & Wood: 122/61-62; 123/79 (loco. builder)
Dennis-Simmons Lbr. Co.: 88/91
Dennis, Wood & Russell: "Locomotives Built at Auburn-Additional information,"
       123/78-80; mention, 122/62
Denver & Boulder Valley RR: 65/44
Denver & Rio Grande (Western) RR: "The Narrow Gauge Railroads of Colorado,"
       by L. Beebe, 67A/7-20, 24-25, 31-44 (trips over Durango-Alamosa line,
       Farmington Branch, and Silverton Branch); "Rails Among Peaks," by
       Josie M. Crum, 76/21-37 (narrow gauge and snow in San Juan Mtns.),
       Lake City, Ouray, Pagosa Springs; Farmington Branches, 76/26-27; "Short
       History of the . . . ," by V.A. Farrell, 78/86-95; "Locomotives of the ...,"
       by A.B. Harbus, 77/6-33; Colorado Midland involvement, 36/17-18, 28,
       30; 3 cylinder locos., 58/25-26, 29; broad gauging, 34134; Royal Gorge
       "War," 78/89; 1906 wreck at Adobe, 134/65; early narrow gauge construction,
       141/82, 87, 91-92; David Moffat, 146/32-33; early narrow gauge locos.,
       149/54-56, 69; loco. Mountaineer, 149/66; loco. notes, 86/92; 124/27;
       emblems 153/28, 31, 50, 64; loco. 185/96; "What It Takes," by Don L.
       Hofsommer, 187/74-77
Denver & Salt Lake RR: "Westward from Denver: The Obsession of David Moffat,"
       by S.F. Mehls, 146/29-40; proposed construction, 1902, 135/94; "Requiem for a
       Runaway", by Drake Hokanson, 190/102-109; "More About Moffat's Mallets," by
       Dan Cupper, 190/110-111; roster, 77/32; mention, 77/14; 78/91
Denver & Salt Lake Western RR: 77/14
Denver & Southwestern RR: 36/20
Denver, Boulder & Western RR: "History of . . . ," by M.C. Poor, 65/43-58; roster, 65/58
Denver, Central & Georgetown RR: 146/31
Denver, Enid & Gulf RR: 60/21-22, 31; locos., 75/23, 170-171; SF/17
Denver, Georgetown & Utah RR: 146/31-32
Denver, Kansas & Gulf RR: 60/31
Denver, Lakewood & Golden RR: 77/22; Patton car photo, 129/89
Denver Limited: 1/21-22 (CB&Q)
Denver, Northwestern & Pacific RR: 59/76; 77/14; "Westward from Denver:
       The Obsession of David Moffat," by S.F. Mehls, 146/34-40
Denver Pacific Ry: 146/30-31
Denver, South Park & Pacffic Ry: "The Locomotives of the South Park RR,"
       by M.C. Poor, 74/23-35; early locos., 149/64, 65; mention, 36/5; 49/64;
       146/32
Denver, Texas & Gulf RR: 36/7
Denver, Utah & Pacffic RR: 61A/43; 146/32-33; Q2/54
Depots: see Stations
"Depot Demolition," 140/118
DeQueen & Eastern RR: 60/14
Derby Horse Railway: "A Piece of the True Cross: The 's 'Electric Line Motor' of
       1888," by John R. Stevens, 157/65-84; 159/76-77
Des Moines, Adel & Western RR: 132/76; 133/31, 38; 136/24, 108
Des Moines & Fort Dodge RR: 31/33-34; 132/27; 154/28
Des Moines & Kansas City RR: 61A/44
Des Moines & Knoxville RR: 132/76
Des Moines & Minneapolis RR: 132/80; CNW/12, 29
Des Moines & Minnesota RR: 132/74
Des Moines & North Western RR: 136/24, locos., 53, 77, 78, 79, 108
Des Moines & St. Louis RR: 132/76
Des Moines, Iowa Falls & Northern RR: 132/79
Des Moines Northwestern RR: 132/76, 77
Des Moines, Osceola & Southern RR: 103/61; 132/77
Des Moines Union RR: 133/19; loco. 185/96
Des Moines Valley RR: 132/72, 73, 74; 154/20, 28
Des Moines, Winterset & South Western RR: 132/75
Design: "Historical Notes on Locomotive Design," by E.G. Young, 1769-1840,
       16/9-22; 1840-1890, 17/55-69; 1890-1913, 18/21-27; loco. design criteria,
       ca. 1869, 25/32-44; loco. frames, 47/47-50; design of lightweight passenger
       cars, 145/46-68
"[Print and Image:] Designing the Future," by James D. Dilts, 186/112-117
"Design-It-Yourself Locomotive," by Robert A. Le Massena, 182/22-57; 184/146-149
Detroit & Bay City RR: 19/29, 30
Detroit & Mackinac RR: 113/37; 119/53
Detroit & Milwaukee RR: loco. Boston lithograph, 142/36; locos., 147/92, 94;
       mention, 9/40; 23/45; 51/33; 168/40
Detroit & Pontiac RR: locos. 1848, 62/62; history and locos. 1843, 101/31;
       mention, 147/92; "The . . .," by Paul: Trap, 168/17-50
Detroit & River St. Clair RR: 147/90
Detroit & St. Joseph Ry.: 168/27
Detroit & Toledo Shore Line RR: USRA freight cars, 128/19, 29-33; mention,
       97/74; emblem 153/48
Detroit, Bay City & Western RR: 147/96, 156
Detroit Br. & Iron Works: 162/63
Detroit, Butler & St. Louis RR: 133/19, 32, locos., 56
Detroit, Caro & Sandusky RR: 80/60; 98/30; 147/132
Detroit, Eel River & Illinois RR: 133/17,32,locos.,51
Detroit, Grand Haven & Milwaukee RR: locos., 147/92, 94, 129, 137, 142, 156,
       157; 51/33, 35
Detroit, Grand Rapids & Western RR: 129/21,22, 26, 27, 33
Detroit, Howell & Lansing RR: 129/19
Detroit, Jackson & Chicago Ry: 151/20
Detroit, Lansing & Lake Michigan RR: 129/20-21
Detroit, Lansing & Northern RR: 129/20-23,25
Detroit Locomotive Works: 8/31
Detroit, Mackinac & Marquette RR: 111/26, 33-39, 43, 45, roster, 3941; Wis/39
Detroit, Mackinac & Marquette Extension RR: 111/41
"Detroit to Chicago in 1888", ed. by H. Roger Grant, 165/99-108
Detroit, Toledo & Ironton RR: 2-10-Os 124/68, 71, 72; USRA freight cars,
       128/28-33; ioco. No. 109, 125/35; loco. notes, 133/76, 100, 101; mention,
       113/38; 108/14
Detroit, Toledo & Milwaukee RR: 49/64
Detroit United Ry: 151123, 24, 28, 29, 30, 34
"The Development of the American Railway Passenger Car," by E.G. Young,
       32/44-64
"The Development of the Anthracite Burning Locomotive," by Paul T.
       Warner,5211-28
"The Development of the Railroads in Washington," by C. Thomas,
       105/23-32 (D.C.)
"Development of Railway Signalling," by H.S. Balliet, 44/70-82
Devils Lake & Northern RR: 143/44
"Dewey Brothers Locomotives," by M.J. Dunn, 112/55-59; loco. record, 112/60-63

Dexter & Newport RR: 152/51
Dexter & Piscataquis RR 152/51
Diamond & Caldor Lbr. Co.: 34/40-41
Diamond Valley RR: 85/47
Diary: "Some Interesting Diaries" of Henry W. Richards, 15/38-44; " ... of
       Horatio Allen" (1828), 89/97-138
Diesel Locomotive, Early, by John Gruber, 209/6-9
Diesel locomotives: see Locomotives
"Diesel Locomotives of the Gulf, Mobile & Ohio," by William D. Edson, 158/144-147
"Diesel Railcar: A Look Ahead," by William D. Middleton, Dsl/143-154
Dillonvale-Smithfield RR: 185/70
The Diminutive High iron of Massachusetts Bay," by Frank Kyper, 120/7-30
"Disaster at the 'Tin Bridge'," by M.B. Wakefield, 95/85-87
"Disastrous Collison at Adobe, Colorado,''134/65
"Discovery at Duffields: Oldest Surviving U.S. Passenger Station?" by Herbert H.
       Harwood, 170/69-72 (Research Note)
"Dismal Swamp Railroad Company," by H.T. Crittenden, 64/61-68;
       mention, 47/60
Dispatching: early train dispatching, 6/54; "The Beginnings of Telephone
       Dispatching," by W.H. Hay, 130/55-60
"Dissolution of the Union Pacific-Southern Pacific Merger," by Lloyd J. Mercer,
       164/53-63; 165/109-114
"The Dixie Flyer," by James G. Bogle, 124/18-21
Dixon, Peoria & Hannibal RR: 24/30
"Dr. Borst's X-12: The Atomic Locomotive," by Thornton Waite, 175/37-55
"Documents Tending to Prove the Superior Advantage of Railways and Steam
       Carriages Over Canal Navigation" by John Stevens (1812), booklet reissued
       by R&LHS
"Doing the Right Thing: The B&O Presidency of Daniel Willard," by David M. Vrooman,:
       165/83-98
Dolbeer & Carson Lbr. Co.: 94/63
Dollar, J., Lbr. Co.: 29/37
Dominion Coal Co.: 152/94
Dominion Iron & Steel Co.: 152/100
Dominion Lime Co. 152/51
Dominion Mines: 152/81
"Donahue, Booth & Co.: 29/43 (loco. builder)
Donaldson improvement & Railroad Co.: 105/41, 42
Dorchester & Delaware RR: 21/28, 33
Dotterer, Thomas: 91/15-17 (loco. builder)
Dover & Winnipiseogee RR: 20/57; loco. 152/67
Dowling-Shans Lbr. Co.: 88/98
"Down on the Old Colony," by W. Armet, 2/18
"Downeast Pioneer: The Bangor & Piscataquis Canal & Rail-Road Company,"
       by Richard F. Dole, 152/43-47
Drakes Ferry & Broad Top RR: 110/44
"Draughting the Steam Engine", by Robert M. Vogel, 152/17-28
"A Dream of Poughkeepsie," by J. Loye, 20/70
Drew Lbr. Co.: 88/90
Dripping Springs RR: 108/10
"Driving and Feeding Iron Horses: Experience on the New Haven Railroad, 1926-1939,"
       by Arthur M. Bixby, Sr., 170/60-71
"Dry Fork Railroad," by W. Raymond Hicks, 109/30-33; roster, 109/33;
       mention, 113/21, 25
Dubuque & Dakota RR: 132/80, 81; 154/34
Dubuque & Minnesota RR: 132/75
Dubuque & Northwestern RR: 132/81; 154/34
Dubuque and Pacific RR: 132/72; 140/6, locos., 12, 13, 70
Dubuque and Sioux City RR: 132/72, 73; 140/12
Dubuque, Marion & Westem RR: 132/72
Dubuque, Platteville & Milwaukee RR: Wis/20, 29
Dubuque Western RR: 136/24, loco., 71
Duluth & Iron Range RR: No. 3 on exhibit, 15/12-13; 93/94, 95, 110; 94/131
Duluth and Northeastern RR: history and roster, 93/110-112; loco. 159/70, 71
Duluth and Northern Minnesota Ry: history and roster, 93/97, 108-110;
       mention, 49/62; 98/28
Duluth & Winnipeg RR: 143/9, locos., 40, 60, 62; 145/111; 113/79; CNW/23;
       Wis/42; 174/7
Duluth & Winnipeg Terminal Co.: Wis/41, 42
Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range RR: last logging RR in Minnesota (1947), 93/95;
       emblem 153/27; locos. 159/67, 71; 174/15ff
Duluth, Missabe & Northern Ry: 93/94, 112
Duluth, Missabe & Western RR: 93/102
Duluth, Mississippi River & Northern RR: 93/101; 143/9, locos., 58, 62; loco.
       notes, 145/58, 63; 145/111; 174/7
Duluth, Red Wing & Southern RR: 131/43; 154/34
Duluth Short Line Ry: Wis/56,58
Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic Ry: "The . . . ," by Aurele A. Durocher, 111/7-81;
       incorporation, 111/27, 44; plans for service to Boston and New York,
       111/46-47; Palmer Branch, 111/51; roster, 111/60-81; extension to Duluth,
       111/53; abandonments, 111/59; USRA freight cars, 128/18, 19, 28; history,
       Wis/38-39;mention, 145/111; emblem 153/47
Duluth, Superior & Michigan RR: 111/45, 46-48; Wis/39
Duluth, Superior & Western Ry: 143/9, locos., 40, 49, 60; Wis/42; 174/7
Duluth, Superior & Western Terminal Co.: 143/9, loco., 34; Wis/42
Duluth Terminal Ry: 143/9
Duluth, Virginia & Rainy Lake Ry: history and roster, 93/112, 113
Duluth, Watertown & Pacific Ry: 143/10
Duluth, Winnipeg & Pacific RR: 93/113; emblem 153/62
Duncannon, Landisburg & Broad Top RR: 96/64
Dunka River Lbr. Co.'s RR: 93/96
Dunkirk Valley & Pittsburg RR: 91/98
Dunmore Iron & Steel Co.: 3 cylinder loco.,58/20
Dutchess RR: 50/16
Dutchess & Columbia RR: " ... and its Associates," by Inglis Stuart, 34/19-27;
       disputes with New York Central, 34/20-21; ferry service, 34/21; loco.
       notes, 34/22-24; history, 119/6-7, 8, 9, 10-16; mention, 17/20, 22
Dutchess County RR: 50/8, 13; 119/24
Duxbury & Cohasset RR: 17/20
Dyersburg Northern RR: 140/6, locos., 34, 82


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