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Fairbanks Morse Co.: locomotive building, 113/74, 75; hand cars, 127/69ff, 92-93
Fairchild & Mississippi Ry: 52/67
Fairchild & Northeastern Ry: "The ... Company," by A.E. Miller, 52/64-72,
       photo, 73; roster, 52/72; loco. 154/42-44
Fairhaven & Southern RR: 143/10, loco., 64
Fairhaven Branch RR: roster, 46/48; notes, 8/85; mention, 17/18
Fairlie, Robert F.: 1866 loco. patent, 98/49-52; mention, 41/15; 141/77, 79-80
Fairmont & Bingamon Ry: 85/22, 23; 155/78 ??errata was Fairmont, Bingamon
Fairmont, Helens Run Ry: 85/22, 23; 155/78
Fairmont Ry Motors, inc.: track cars, 127/91, 94
Fairmount & Veblin RR: 54/162
"Fall Brook Railway," by W.W. Robinson, 55/46-57; roster, 55/55-57; 58/69-70;
       mention, 58/69; 41/14
Fall Brook Coal Company's Rys: 55/49, 50, 51
Fall River RR: "The Fall River Line Boat Train," by W. Jacobs, 2/4-12; locos.,
       46/50; 8/SSff; mention, 17/16, 17; boat train, 3/23-24; discontinuance of
       boat train, 46/6; container car, 3/29; steamboat express, 43/77-78
Falling Creek RR (first): 168/5ff
"The Famous Class P Passenger Engines -- Pennsylvania RR," by C.B. Chaney, 59/7-11
"The Famous Color Trains of America," by C.E. Fisher, 4/24-30
"Famous Locomotives Now on Exhibition," 9/4-6
"Famous Locomotives Still on Exhibition," by N. Thompson, 15/11-14
"Famous Persons Involved in Train Wrecks," by Robert B. Shaw, 158/103-107, 159/73-75
"Farewell to the Lark," by S.K. Schiechl, 120/66-67
"Farewell to the Twentieth Century Limited," by A.E. Dubin, 119/61-62
Fargo & Southern RR: 136/24, locos., 78, 88
Farmers Grain & Shipping Co.'s RR: 143/ 10, locos., 44, 48, 59, 60, 62
Farmer's Union RR: 132/75
Farmville & Powhatan RR: 114/49-50; 156/91; 185/75
"Fat Annie-Pioneer Pennsy Pacific," by F. Westing, 100/44-51
Fastest Trains: "Fast Trains and Faster," by William D. Middleton and Mark Reutter,
       196/22-41; "Reaching 200,", by William D. Middleton, 200/38-47
Favre Lumber Co., J.A.: 162/68
Feather River Lbr. Co.: 64/79
"Federal Documents Relating to Railroads--Some Highlights," by Elizabeth Cullen, 44/93-105
Federal Express passenger train, 4/11; 119/21
Feedwater heater: "The Locomotive . . .," by J.J. Alves, 73/63-68
Feliciana Eastern RR: 140/36, 37, 93; loco. 154/84
Felton & Pescadero RR: 17/51
Fernandina & Amelia Beach Ry: 86/52-53
Fernandina & Cedar Key RR: 43/64
Fernandina & Jacksonville RR: 86/47-48, 50
Fernwood, Columbia & Gulf RR: 119/52; loco. 159/70
Fernwood Lbr. Co.: 119/52
Ferries: Green Bay & Western RR, 115/38-40, photo between 32 and 33;
       Wabash car ferry, 133/22; Ann Arbor car ferry, 133/26; Delaware, Lackawanna
       & Western RR, 50/76-77; Lake Michigan Car Ferry Co., 118/8-10, 14, 15;
       Grand Trunk Milwaukee Car Ferry Co., Wis/40
"A Few Railroad Statistics or Who's the Biggest," by R.L. Martin, 64/69-74
Fifield, George E., 103/63
Finance: English bank financing in America, 91/31-42; 1857 panic, 91/40; "The
       Profitability of Early American Railroads," by Robert B. Shaw, 132/56-69
       (1830-1850); "Financing Super Railroads," by J. Barriger, III, 64/45-53;
       "An Accounting Primer for Railroad Historians," by R.M. Hanft, 149/14
Findley, Ft. Wayne, & Western RR: 49/64
Finkbine Lbr. Co.: 140/103
Fireboxes: Belpaire, 35/27; types, 95/79-84
First: "The ... Iron Passenger Cars," by W.A. Lucas, 4/31-36; "The ...
       Locomotives in the State of Maine," by C.S. Given, 15/34-37; " . . . Railroad Engine
       in San Francisco," 55/62-63; "The. . . Skaneateles Railroad," by R.F. Palmer,
       120/71-74
"The Fish Car Era in Nebraska," by Darin Kinsey, 177/43-67
Fish River RR: 53/59
Fishing Creek, Swatara & Schuylkill RR: 105/46-47
Fitchburg RR: "The Fitchburg Railroad: A Corporate Genealogy," by H.A.
       Frye, 146/60-63; "Locomotives of the ... ," by W.D. Edson, 146/64-102;
       148/101; Boston station, 4/4-5; loco. Shirley photo, 25/6; roster, 37/41-54;
       through passenger service, 87/52, 56; loco. Old Ironsides, 118/87; involvement
       with Harvard Branch RR: 113/55-63; recollections of Ed Turner,1880s-9Os,
       118/61-62, photo opp. 64; mention, 17/16, 19, 21-25, 28; 29/11; loco. 152/55
Fitchburg & Worcester RR: single driver loco., 3/15, 17; loco. data, 8/83;
       mention, 17/18, 20
Flagstaff Lbr~ Co.: 75/94
Flambeau River Lbr. Co.: 118/19
Fleming Logging Co.'s RR: 93/96
Flint & Pere Marquette RR: passenger car, 138/46; involvement with Wisconsin
       Central RR, 54/95-97
Flint Crushed Gravel Co.: 154/94
Flint Granite Co., A.A.: 162/65
Flora Logging Co.'s RR: 62/66, roster, 67
Florence & Cripple Creek RR: 52/54; 160/29ff
Florida: "The Story of the Florida Railroads," by G.W. Pettengill, 86/7-132;
       88/86-99
Florida Ry (RR) Co.: 86/11, 21, 30-32, 33;49/65;roster, 86/23, 32
Florida Ry & Navigation Co.: 86/50-52, locos., 52
Florida, Alabama & Georgia RR: 86/11, 15-17
Florida & Alabama RR: 86/11, 28
Florida & Georgia RR: 86/19
Florida & Peninsular RR: 86/11, 35
Florida & West India RR: emblem 153/31
Florida, Atlantic & Gulf Central RR: history, 86/11, 20-21, 27, 36, 39; roster,
       86/21; 88/86
Florida Central RR: 86/39
Florida Central & Gulf RR: loco., 175/131
Florida Central & Peninsular Ry: history, 86/53-62, photo between 52 and 53;
       roster, 86/59-62; 88/87-89
Florida Central & Western RR: 86/38, 39, 49, 50
Florida Coast & Gulf Ry: 86/104
Florida East Coast RR: predecessor companies, 86/102-107; locos. up to 1900,
       86/107-108; USRA freight cars, 128/18,28; emblems 153/41; locos., 186/87
Florida East Coast Car Ferry Co.: USRA freight cars, 128/18, 19, 21
Florida, Georgia & Western RR: 86/58
Florida Midland RR: 86/85
Florida Mining Co.: 162/72
Florida Northern RR: 86/56
Florida Peninsular & Jacksonville RR: 86/11
Florida Southern RR: history, 86/66-67; 68-74, 92-93, 41; roster, 86/73-75; 89
Florida Transit RR: 86/36, 47, 48
Florida Transit & Peninsular RR: 86/48-49
"The Flying Yankee," by R.F. Dole, 148/68-75 (passenger train)
Fond du Lac, Amboy & Peoria RR: 135/6; 136/24,loco. 108;Wis/21, 30
Fonda, Johnstown & Gloversville RR: .loco. 162/66, 67
Fontaine patented loco., 1880, 98/56-58
Fontaine Crossing Co.: 31/27-28
Fordyce & Princeton RR: loco., 180/139
Fore River RR: history, 120/7-16; roster, 120/15-16; locos. 152/83; 162/76, 77
"Foreigners," by Jeffrey Schramm, 184/8-19
"Forgetting St. Louis and Other Map Mischief", by Gregory P. Ames, 188/28-41,
       189/147-148
"A Former Rail Center in the White Mountains: North Conway, New Hampshire,
       by C.F.H. Allen, 59/37-42
Forney: "Forneys on the Alley El," by Fred Jukes, 105/33-37; Mathias
       Forney's dislike of narrow gauge, 141/84-86; 1866 loco. patent, 98/47-49;
       mention, 105/33; 142/40; 66/35-36
Forrester's fork motion valve gear: 93/122-123
Fort Bragg & Southeastern RR: 29/30, 33; 43; 75/23, 90; SF/17
Fort Dodge & Fort Ridgely RR & Telegraph Co.: 31/34; 132/80; 154/28
Fort Dodge & Omaha RR: 132/78
Fort Dodge, Des Moines & Southern RR: 132/79, 80; 151/51, 53, 60; emblem 153/48
Fort Madison & North Western RR: 132/76, 77
Fort Scott, Iola & Western RR: 63/11, 20
Fort Smith & Southern RR: 60/68
Fort Smith & Van Buren RR: 60/25, 45
Fort Smith & Western RR: 60/25, 45-47, photo, 28; 84/53; 112/54; 119/53, 54; "Railroad
       Redundant: The . . .," by Keith L. Bryant, Jr., 174/68-93
Fort Smith, Subiaco & Rock island RR: 63/67, 70
Fort Wayne & Northern Indiana Traction Co.: 151/27
Fort Wayne, Jackson & Saginaw RR: 19/28
Fort Worth & Rio Grande RR: 75/23, 97
Fosburgh Lbr. Co.: 88/91
Fountain Campbell Lbr. Co.: 54/163
"The 4-4-0 Type of Locomotive," by Paul T. Warner, 35/10-37 (history);
       comparison of 4-4-0 and 4-2-0 pulling power, 35/14-15; comparison of 4-4-0 and
       4-4-2, 35/30-31
Fox Lake RR: Wis/20, 28
Fox River Valley RR: 27/19, 22, 25, 26; Wis/8, 14
Frames: see Design
"Frank H. Spearman, the Zane Grey of Railroading," by F.P. Donovan, 93/710
"Frank P. Donovan, Jr., and 'A Branch Line Odyssey'," ed. by Robert C. Post,
       170/72-94
Frankfort & Kokomo RR: 97/73
Frankfort & South Eastern RR: 133/32, loco., 100
Franklin RR: 98/76; loco. 1840, 62/54
Franklin & Abbeville Ry: 94/31, 32, 38
Franklin & Megantic RR: history, 37/21-24; 57/32-39, photo opp. 29, 45, 46, 47;
       mention, 3/52
Franklin & Somerset RR: 57/27
Franklin & Warren RR: 71/35-37, 39
Franklin, Somerset & Kennebec Ry: 43/45-47;57/30, 119, 120, 122
"Franz Anton Ritter von Gerstner, Student of America's Pioneering Railroads," by
       Frederick C. Gamst, 163/13-27; 164/96-97
Fraser Paper Co.: 152/104
Frederick RR: 98/72
Fredericksburg & Gordonsville RR: loco., 177/104
Frederick, Thurmont & Northern RR: 98/70,71
Freeport RR: 48/37
Freeport, Dodgeville & Northern RR: Wis/ 46
Freight cars: see Cars
Freight service: "Origin and Growth of Fast Freight Lines," by W.W. Chandler,
       141/98-115
Fremont, Elkhorn & Missouri Valley RR: CNW/12, photo opp. 7, roster, 68,
       loco items, 18, 20, 24, 25, 37, 38, 41, 42, 56-59; loco., 185/75
Friendship RR: 61/76, 77; 92/19-20
Frisco RR: see St. Louis-San Francisco RR
"From Atlantic to Pacific," 37/66 (Jarrett and Palmer Special)
Frost Lbr. Co.: 63/69, 70
Fulton & Guerneville RR: 29/28
Fulton County Extension Ry: 61A/29
Fulton County Narrow Gauge Ry: "History of the . . . ," by E.W. Mureen,
       61A/8-77; locos., 61A/41-44;mention, Q2/43; 141/81; 1880 description, 137/60
Fulton Iron Works: 149/66, 67 (loco. builder)
"The Future of the Steam Locomotive as Viewed from a Historical Background"
       by F.P. Huston, 68/27-39


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