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Eads Bridge: national historic site, 124/34
Eagle Pass Lbr. Co.: 154/102
Eagle Pitcher Mining Co.: 2-10-0, 124/74
Eames Vacuum Brake: 102/38-41
"Earnest Elmo Calkins and Phoebe Snow," by Rodney O.Davis, 163/88-92; 165/114-116; 173/160
Early: "The Railroads of Kentucky," by C.E. Fisher, 5/7-15; " ...
       Days of Iron Horse in North Carolina," by F.A. Olds, 12/25-27;" ...
       Railroads in Virginia," 26/51-54; " . . . History of the Chicago, Burlington &
       Quincy RR in Illinois," by A.W. Newton, 74/7-22; "The . . . History of the
       Milwaukee," by H.E. Nichols, 35/77-78; "... Engineering on the Houston
       and Texas Central RR," by H.G. Hill, 8/42-45; "... Locomotives of the
       Lackawanna Railroad and Subsidiary Lines," by F.S. Graham, 50/56-75; "...
       Locomotives of the Maine Central RR," by C.S. Given, 12/34-38 ". . . Days of the
       New Haven RR in New York," by W. Jacobs, 38/29-37; "... Northern Pacific
       Consolidations," by F. Jukes, 102/35-42; "An ... Locomotive
       Performance Sheet," 32/41-43 (B&O RR, 1841); "An . . . List of Locomotives,"
       6/22-23 (1838); "... Narrow Gauge Locomotives in the West," by C.W.
       Hauck, 149/51-69; ". . . Locomotive Building in Lowell, Mass.," by E.R.
       Clark, 7/25-57; "The . . . Moguls," by F.S. Graham, 91/125; "The . . . English
       Engines That Came to America," by C.E. Fisher, 20/36-43; " ... Railroad
       Times," by James H. French, 6/51-64; " . . . Recollections," by B.C. Vaughan,
       7/67-72 (L&N RR); "An . .. Plea for the Railroads," by Mathew Carey, 30/30-35
       (1827); "An ... Streamlined Train," 35/9 (B&O RR-Adams); " . . .
       Railroad items," by C.E. Fisher, 35/38-51 (music, lithographs, prints);
       " ... Rules and the Standard Code," by W. Jacobs, 50/29-55; "Railroads
       and Their Construction Cost-Advantages," 53/46-53 (1828); "An ...
       Sleeping Car Pioneer," by C.E. Fisher, 59/28-30 (William H. Paige); " ...
       Railroad Travel," 59/80-81 (New York City, 1847); "Some Notes on Our . . .
       Railroads," by C.E. Fisher, 81/58-66 (train travel in 1835-36); "The English
       Influence on American Railroads," by E.J. Heydinger, 91/7-45 (1808-1830);
       ". . . Steam Suburban Railroads in Los Angeles," by G.M. Best, 99/8-26;
       "Origins of American Railroad Technology, 1825-1840," by D.H. Stapleton,
       139/65-77 (includes list of civil engineers and railroads they worked
       on); "Documentation Tending to Prove the Superior Advantage of Railways
       and Steam Carriages over Canal Navigation," by John Stevens (1812),
       booklet reissued by R&LHS; " Railroad Empire Builders, 1850-1873," by
       James A. Ward, 160/5-21; 162/123; ". . . Sleeping Cars in Canada," by Ralph
       Greenhill, 168/73-75 (Research Note)
East Berlin RR: loco. photo 155.88
East Branch & Lincoln RR: 46/30, 31
East Broad Top RR & Coal Co.: "The Life and Times of the .. . ," by Frank
       Kyper, 110/43-56; roster, 110/57-58; hopper cars, 141/86; mention, 77/18
East Carolina Ry: loco. note, 31/13; loco., 177/104
East Coast Lbr. Co.: loco. note, 88/98
East End Ry: 99/34 (Memphis)
East Florida RR: 86/11, 65
East Florida & Atlantic RR: 86/56
East Line & Red River RR: 63/13, 14, 18, 50,roster, 114;mention, 144/55
East Louisiana RR: loco., 49/52; loco. 158/129
East Mahoney RR: 108/20-21; 110/63
East Pennsylvania RR: 118/43, locos., 49, 50, photo between 48 and 49; 67/31, 33,53,54
East St. Louis Junction RR: emblem 153/56
East Stroudsburg & Matamoros RR: 174/28-29
East Tennessee & Alabama RR: 90/76
East Tennessee & Georgia RR: 108/56-57, 68, 70; 68/13
East Tennessee & Virginia RR: 108/57, 68, 70,71; 68/13
East Tennessee & Western North Carolina RR: 140/36; loco., 177/104
East Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia RR: history, 68/7-26; lease of Memphis and
       Charleston RR, 90/76
East Texas & Gulf RR: 94/40
East Thompson RR: 1/13
East Washington RR: 58/43-45; 105/photo between 24 and 25
Eastern RR: single drive loco., 3/15; Boston station, 4/5; locos. 1838, 6/24;
       62/46; loco. Rough and Ready, 15/15, 16; history, 28/13-14, 15; loco. record,
       28/14-21; loco. notes, 29/14; first parlor car, 32/61; through passenger car
       service, 87/54; history and locos. 1841, 101/31-32; early telephone dispatching,
       130/55-60; passenger car, 138/45; mention, 9/13-14; 17/16, 18, 21, 23; 20/43;
       loco. 152/67
Eastern Branch RR: 17/19
Eastern Fuel & Gas Associates: 152/83
Eastern Maine RR: 3/50; 55/68, 72; 152/51
Eastern Ohio Traction Co.: 151/23
Eastern Oklahoma Ry: 60/30
Eastern Railroad Association: organization, 1867, 32/12
Eastern Ry of Minnesota: 143/10, locos., 34, 35;Wis/41,42; 174/5-7
Eastern Shore RR: 21/33
Eastern Texas RR: loco. S.H. Witmer, 150/77
Eastern Wisconsin Electric Ry: 151/41
Eastland, Wichita Falls & Gulf RR: 63/52
Easton & Amboy RR: 42/15; 126/13
Easton & Northern RR: 42/19
Eastwick & Harrison: "Messrs Harrison, Winans and Eastwick, St. Petersburg,
       Russia," by R.E. Pennoyer, 47/46-53; "Eastwick and Harrison's Mercury," by
       Norman Thompson, 20/54-55; first 2-6-0, 100/8; mention, 17/56, 57; 35/13-15;
       64/54-55; 79/42; 91/22
Eaton & Gilbert: "A History of ...-the Troy Car Works," by T.W. Batson, 123/5-22
Eau Claire Ry: Wis/33, 36
Eau Claire, Chippewa Falls & Northwestern Ry: Wis/34, 37; 154/20
"Eddy Clocks," by J.W. Merriu, 2/13-18
Eddy Lake Cypress Co.: 162/74
Edgefield & Kentucky RR: 108/58, 68
Edgemoor & Manetta Ry.: loco. 162/65
Edins Birch Lbr. Co.: 94/38
Eel River & Eureka RR: 29/33; 75/22, 37, 137; SF/17
"800 Trains a Day," 134/94 (Grand Central Station, New York City, 1885)
"Eight Wheelers Between New York and Philadelphia, 1870-1900," by Paul T. Warner, 96/44-62
"In Eighteen-Fifty Two," by J. Loye, 17/11
El Paso & Northeastern RR: 94/l9, locos., 68, 84, 96, 110, 146, 151; 75/23, 64;
       SF/17; 72/105, 110; SP/15, locos., 55, 68, 79
El Paso and Southwestern RR: "Previous History of the ... No. 1 and
       Something of Her Contemporaries on the Saint Paul," by L.A. Curtis, 15/60-63;
       USRA freight cars, 128/18, 20, 28-33; locos., SP/26, 43, 55, 56, 63, 68, 73,
       79, 89, 91-93; loco. No. 1, 5/59-60; roster, 94/129-132; loco. data, 94/15,
       19, 50, 68, 69, 78, 89, 90, 96, 97, 107, 109, 110, 111, 120, 133, 146, 150-151
El Reno interurban: 60/59
Eldora RR & Coal Co.: 132/74; 154/28
Eldorado & Wesson RR: 140/103
Electric railways: "Pioneer Experience in Electric Traction and the New Haven
       RR," by S. Withington, 26/25-32 (1887-early 1900s); "A Brief History of
       the First Electric Locomotives on the New York Central," by R.S.
       Burpo, 106/19-23; "Electric Railway Freight," by William D. Middleton,
       151/16-69; 152/120; "Electric Operation on the Boston and Maine," 135/42;
       electric rapid transit, 71/16, photo opp. 21;"A Piece of the True Cross: The
       Derby Horse Railway's 'Electric Line Motor' of 1888," by John R. Stevens,
       157/65-84; "Railroads and Catenary," (Section introduction), 181/79; "Risk and
       the Real Cost of Electrification," by William L. Withuhn, 181/80-91; "Why the
       Santa Fe Isn't Under Wires," by Wallace W. Abbey, 181/92-102; New Haven
       catenary design, 182/85-87
Electric locomotives: see Locomotives, Rapid transit, Suburban service, Elevated railways
Electric Express Co.: 151/22
Electric Package Agency: 151/22
"Electro-Magnetism as a Motive Power: Robert Davidson's Galvani of 1842,"
       by R.C. Post, 130/5-22
"[Writers of the Rail] Elegy for Archie," by Tony: Reevy, 187/109-115
Elevated railways: "Forneys on the Alley El," by Fred Jukes, 105/33-37; "The
       Railway of the New York and Brooklyn Bridge," 97/7-20; "Charles T.
       Harvey and the New York Elevated Railways," by R.C. Reed, 130/23-40
Elgin & State Line RR: 27/26
Elgin, Belvidere & Rockford Ry.: 162/79
Elgin, Joliet & Eastern RR: USRA freight cars, 128/28-33; emblems 153/38, 45, 51
       mention, 94/127; loco. 152/104; 158/133; "Locomotives of the ," by William
       D. Edson, 159/51-72
Elizabethtown & Paducah RR: 140/6, locos., 80; 31/18
Elizabethtown & Somerville RR: locos. 1838, 62/51; history and loco. 1841, 101/32
Elk & Highland RR: 82/64-65
Elk Garden & Bloomington RR: 113/8
Elk Garden, Hartmansville & Oakmont RR: 113/9
Elk Tann. Co.: 162/70
Elkhart, Indiana: "100 Years of Railroad Progress, 1851-1951," by J.H.
       Kiracofe, 87/59-82
Elkhart & Santa Fe RR: 60/37
Elkhart & Western RR: 87/70-71; 90/115
Elkhart Branch RR: 66/40-50
Elkins Tann. Co.: 162/70
"Elliott's Engines on the Reading," by F. Westing, 97/56-67
Ellwood Connecting RR: 112/16
Elmira, Cortland & Northern RR: ten-wheelers Nos. 12-22, 95/66-67, photo
       opp. 65; loco. notes, 126/39, 40, 58, 61, 64, 85; mention, 126/17
Elmira, Jefferson & Canandaigua RR: 118/84
Elmira State Line RR: 55/47-48
"The Elusive Mr. Hoagland," by Dan Cupper, 189/81-85 discussion 190/153
Emblems, Railroad: "On the Mark: The History and Symbolism of Railroad "
       by James A.Ward, 153/17-74
Emlenton, Shippensville & Clarion RR: 85/44
Emmitsburg RR: "..." by W.R. Hicks, history and roster, 98/63-69; loco 155/93
"Empire State Express," 1/17, 18; 4/25; 37/36-37; 55/76-77
Employees: see Labor
Employee magazines: see Literature
Emporium & Mount Jewett RR: 93/15; 61/81
Emporium Lbr. Co.: 119/56
"The End of Steam on the Maine Central," by C.F.H. Allen, 108/39-48
"[Afterword:] The Enduring Diesel," by James L. Larson; Dsl/155-157
"Energy Conservation on Steam Railroads: Institutions, Markets, Technology,
       1889-1943," by Mark Aldrich, 177/7-42
Engineer, recollections of 1870s: 4/14-18
Engineering: "Early Civil ..., 1825-1840," 139/65-77; ". . . Dreams into Disaster: History
       of the Tay Bridge," by Marion K. Pinsdorf, 179/89-116; ". . . Success and Disaster:
       American Railroad Bridges, 1840-1900," by Mark Aldrich, 180/31-72; 181/128-129; :
       182/134
"The English influence on American Railroads," by E.J. Heydinger, 91/7-45
Enid & Anadarko RR: 60/41
Enid & Tonkawa Ry: 60/41
Enterprise RR: 108/30
"Erasmus Gest and the Cincinnati, Wilmington & Zanesville RR", by C.R. Schultz, 137/5-19
Erickson, 16/10, 14
Erie RR (see also New York & Erie RR and New York, Lake Erie & Western
       RR): history and locomotives, 131/41-43; opening, 1851, 131/4; "Outline
       History of the Erie," by G.M. Best, 131/5-11; historical chart, 131/143;
       "Erie Locomotives Notes," by G.M. Best, 131/12-18; loco. "Orange," by
       R.F. Palmer, 131/19-20; "A Wonderful Brakeman, " 131/21; " All-Time
       Locomotive Roster," by G.M. Best, 131/22-119; "Two Days on the Erie
       Road," 118/76-82 (train ride in 1857); bogie-type loco. No. 499, 41/17;
       2-10-0, 52/26; 124/70-75, photo between 66 and 67; early 4-6-Os, 64/9, photo
       opp. 19; 4-6-2 rebuilding, 68/77; No. 2509, Alco No. 50,000, 85/28-39;
       naming locomotives, 124/61; Dunkirk shops, 12/28-29; first telegraph
       dispatching and train orders, 34/9-10; Mead Run Branch, 61/82; early New
       York City offices, 65/79; Kinzua viaduct, 76/41, 50-51; trackage in
       McKean County, Pa., 76/48-51; Jay Gould mismanagement, 91/31;
       Worcester salt specials, 113/79-82; USRA freight cars, 128/28-33; operations in
       1862, 141/115; "The Amiable New York & Greenwood Lake," by George H.
       Douglas, 187/96-109; mention, 131/10; 155/17; emblems 153/44; loco.,
       175/131; 180/140; Woodruff presidency: 177/79-86; "[Preservation Topics]
       Loss at Kinzua," by Dan Cupper: 189/104-111
Erie involvement with: Boston, Hartford & Erie RR, 110/21; Buffalo, Bradford
       & Pittsburgh RR, 76/47-48; Lehigh & Hudson River RR, 47/70; Pittsburgh &
       Lake Erie RR, 112/16; Pittsburgh & Shawmut RR, 61/83, 84; Pittsburgh,
       Shawmut & Northern RR, 82/58-60; 93/43-44; Rochester, Hornellsville &
       Lackawanna RR, 92/52; Tonawanda Valley & Cuba RR, 40/39
Erie & Central New York RR: roster, 114/45; loco. notes, 72/80-81; mention,
       50/61; 126/40
Erie & Cleveland RR: 141/98-99
Erie & Kalamazoo RR: loco. 1838, 6/33; 62/62; history and loco. 1840, 101/32; 183/13,
       drawing of first train, 17
Erie & Wyoming Valley RR: three cylinder loco., 52/25; 58/20, 29; No. 35
       photo, 100/9, 14; 131/10, loco. notes, 24, 25, 26,53, 60, 61, 77
Erie-Lackawanna RR: "Railroad Corporate Cultures," by H. Roger Grant, 198/8-15
Erie Southern Crestline RR: 91/101
"Errors of Railroad Management" (185.9), 18/56
Escanaba & Lake Superior RR: 93/100
Essex RR: 17/17
Ethics and standards of conduct by rail fans, 84/75-76
Ettrick RR: Wis/40
Eureka & Klamath River RR: 29/30
Eureka & Palisade RR: 34/49; 94/124; 126/119; 149/64, 68
Eureka Lumber Co.: 162/67
Eureka Springs RR: emblem 153/50
European & North American RR: see under section on Canadian Railways
Eustis RR: history, 57/44, 49-51; 37/23, 24-25
Evans Auto Railer: 127/87
"Evanston Branch of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway," by Hugh G.
       Boutell, 32/69; 44/106-107
Evansville & Indianapolis RR: loco., 49/52; loco. 154/96
Evansville & Terre Haute RR: fast run, 1885, 130/54
Evansville , Crawfordsville, Frankfort, Kokomo & Fort Wayne RR: 97/73
Evansville, Indianapolis & Terre Haute RR: 56/81
Evansville, Washington & Worthington RR: 141/52
Everett RR: 120/16
Everett & Cherry Valley Traction Co.: 143/10
"Everyday Life of the Train Captain," by John H. White, Jr., 187/14-39; 188/146-147
Exhibition: "Famous Locomotives Now on . . . ," 9/4-6; "The Fair of the Iron
       Horse," 15/5-10; "Famous Locomotives Still on . . . ," by N. Thompson,
       15/11-14; "Canadian Ry Centenary of 1932," 28/50; University of Maine
       loco. Lion, 98/78; locomotive Texas at Atlanta, 132/42-44; at Purdue, 11/5,
       12/13, 14/6; "Silver Loco," 35/58, 104/54; EJ&E 2-8-2 at Gary, IN, 159/67;
       Fordyce & Princeton 2-8-0 No. 101 at War Memorial Park, Little Rock, AR,
       180/139
"Experiencing the 'Best of Everything': Passenger Service on the Chicago & North
       Western Railway," by H. Roger Grant, 169/34-53
Express: "An Outline of . . . History," 40/53-61 (express agencies); "We Observe
       100th Anniversary of the Passage of the First Expressman," 66/53;
       "William Frederick Harnden," by C.E. Fisher, 52/5, 55-58; express
       centennial tablet, 52/5
"Extract From Committee Reports and Subjects for Discussion of the
       Travelling Engineers Association, 1928," by F.P. Roesch, 20/68-70
"Extracts from Reports of Brigadier General D.C. McCallum, Military Director
       and Superintendent of Railroads," 4/39-43 (locos. of U.S. Military RRs)
"[A History of Wrecks] Eyewitness: Letters about the Gasconade Bridge Disaster," by
       Karl A, Roider, 184/62-65


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