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Gainesville & Gulf Ry: 86/125
Gainesville & North Western RR: 119/52; 140/103
Gainesville, Henrietta & Western RR: 63/13, 14, 20
Gainesville Midland RR: 84/54; 119/53, 54
Gainesville, Ocala & Charlotte Harbor RR: 86/68
Gainesville, Rocky Point & Micanopy Ry: 86/125
Galena & Chicago Union RR: "The. . . ," by C.E. Fisher, 27/5-28; locos., 1856,
       27/23-24; "The Pioneer" (loco), 27/29-30; "The Little Locomotive with
       the Big Smokestack ' by John Loye, 22/59; "Selected items from the
       Minute Book of the . . ." by D.W. Yungmeyer, 65/2742; extension to Indiana,
       65/32; involvement with Wisconsin Central RR, 65/38; merger with C&NW,
       65/41-42; Chicago station, 44/83, 84; 1858 sleeping car agreement, 59/30-31;
       loco. notes, 122/52ff; Chicago terminal, 95/68-78; 120/35, 37; locos.,
       CNW/17-20; history, CNW/5-7; 183/14-15; mention, 24/9ff; 74/ 10-11; 19, 20; Q2/8, 14
Galena & Southern Wisconsin RR: Wis/8, 17
Galena & Wisconsin RR: CNW/11
Galesburg & Great Eastern RR: Q1/14
Galesville & Mississippi River RR: Wis/9, 18
Galeton & Eastern RR: 49/49; 70/60
Gallatin Valley RR: loco., 136/55, 56, 115
Gallipolis, McArthur & Columbus RR: 53/23
Gait & Guelph Ry: 51/34; 56/33
Galvani: 130/5-22 (1842 electric loco.)
Galveston, Harrisburg & San Antonio RR: 94/19, locos., 27, 31, 33, 34, 35, 52,
       54, 36, 39, 40-42, 43, 53, 54, 80; SP/15, photo, 109; locos., SP/23, 27-38,
       44, 45; mention, 17/36
Galveston, Houston & Northern RR: 94/20, locos., 35, 43; SP/16, locos., 30, 37
Gardner, Coal City & Northern RR: 159/54
Garfield & Cherry Grove RR: 91/99, 100, 101
Garfield & Tionesta RR: 91/99
Garfield Locomotive Works: 122/57
Garland Coal Co's. RR: 60/14
Garrett & Eastwick: 35/10; 91/21-22 (loco. builder)
Gauge, track: "The Standardization of the Track Gauge on American Railways,"
       by J.H. Westbay, 34/28-35; "The Battle of Gauges in Canada," by Robert
       R. Brown, 34/36-39; discussion of gauge in Great Britain, 38/12-13; "The
       Muddle of the Gauges," by L.W. Moody, 47/59-66; "Gauges - Standard
       and Otherwise," by Robert R. Brown, 88/77-85; "Whistler's Report on the
       Gauge of the Petersburg-Moscow RR," by H.B. Vanderblue, 49/86-90; 117/62-65;
       "The Narrow Gauge Fallacy," by J.H. White, 141/77-96; argument for
       5' 6", 25/26; for 6'in 1860, 71/47~48; 157/113; mention, 18/11;68/23-24
Gaylord Contr. Co.: 158/139
General: see Locomotive names and Civil War
General Electric Co.: rectifier locomotives, 137/65-79; interurban freight motor
       locos., 151/48, 60; loco. 159/56
General Logging Co.: roster, 93/112
"The Generals Up in Wall Street; Ray Stannard Baker and the Railroads," by
       E.L. Huddleston, 145/69-86
"Genesee & Wyoming RR," by W.W. Robinson, 44/45-46; roster, 44/47;
       mention, 49/52; 119/56
Genesee & Wyoming Valley RR: 44/45
Genesee Valley Canal RR: 80/71
Genesee Valley Terminal RR: 80/71
"The Genesis of the Locomotive Truck," by J. Snowden Bell, 15/72-78
"The Genesis of the Western Railroad," by H.A. Freeman, 22/5-8 (Mass.)
"Genesis of a Miller's Road: The Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie," by
       K.M. Hammer, 146/23-28
Geneva & Ithaca RR: 126/39
Geneva & Lyons RR: 55/50
Geneva, Corning & Southern RR: 55/52
Geneva, Ithaca & Sayre RR: locos., 126/ 38, 39, 40, 58, 61; mention, 126/14,
       15; 42/18
"George P. Kimball: A Pacific Coast Car Builder, by J.H. White, 138/74-84
Georges Creek RR: 66/43
"Georges Creek & Cumberland RR," by W.R. Hicks, 85/10, 11-18; roster,
       85/17; Connellsville extension, 85/20-21; 155/78, 80
Georges Creek Coal & iron Co.: 66/39, 43,50
Georges Valley RR: history and roster, 41/44-46; 56/90; loco. 152/56, 62
Georgetown & Grays Peak RR: 64/77-78
Georgetown & Western RR: 40/30; loco. 162/71
"Georgia Railroads During the Reconstruction Years," by J.F. Stover,
       134/56-65
Georgia RR & Banking Co.: "J. Edgar Thompson and the Georgia Railroad,
       1834-1847," by J.A. Ward, 134/4-33; early locos., 134/12-13; USRA freight
       cars, 128/28-33; steam inspection car, 1846, 127/81; flexible beam loco., 87/
       14; locos., 1839, 62/59; history and locos., 1840, 101/34-35; 103/68-69;
       emblem, 153/19
Georgia & Florida RR: 44/51; 119/54, 55; loco. 159/70, 71; 177/104
       "Railroading Through Receivership," by H. Roger Grant, 194/6-21
Georgia, Ashburn, Sylvester & Camilla RR: loco 157/100
Georgia Coast & Piedmont RR: 49/65; loco., 186/87
Georgia, Florida & Alabama RR: 2-10-0, 124/73; mention, 86/125; 127/99
Georgia Northern RR: 2-10-0, 124/71; mention, 84/53; 119/54; loco. 157/100
Georgia Southern & Florida RR: 86/109-113; roster, 86/112-113; 88/97-98
Georgia Southwestern & Gulf RR: loco. 157/100; 174/91
Georgian Bay & Lake Erie RR: 23/46
"Gerald M. Best's 'Autobiography of a Railfan'," by Arnold S. Menke, 158/15-71
German-American Lumber Co.: 162/69
"Getting to Know Her," by Don L. Hofsommer, Dsl/100-109
Gettysburg RR: loco. 155/89
Gettysburg & Harrisburg RR: 118/50
"Ghost Train" (NY&NE RR), 1/14, 15; 4/11, 30
Gila Valley, Globe & Northern RR: 94/7, 20, locos., 68, 74, 79, 80, 90, 91,
       132-134, 136, 147, 148; SP/16, locos., 55, 65, 86, 103, 104, photo, 99
Gilbert, Bush & Co.: car manufacturing, 123/18-22
Gilbert Car Manufacturing Co.: 123/19-21
Gilbert, Stark & Brown Lbr. Co.: 94/32
Gilman, Clinton & Springfield RR: 140/6, locos., 72, 86
Gilpin RR: 57/97-98
Gilpin County Tramway: 57/94-97
Glassboro RR: 67/13; 118/44
Glenfield & Western RR: 72/123
Globe iron Works: 8/25; 103/61; 149/61
"'GNMZ'-Good Night, Madison," by James L. Larson, 182/72-83
Godchaux Sugar Co.: 94/32
Godwin, Thomas W., & Co.: 103/61 (loco. builder)
"The Golden Age of Railroad Books," by J. Plomer, 116/59-62
Golden Cate Special: 1/20
Golden Spike National Historic Site: 124/34
"The Goldfield Railroads," by J.F. Webber, 100/23-43; 101/89-90
Goldfield RR: 100/25-26
Goldfield Consolidated Mining Co.: 100/43
"A Good Engine," by E.M. Carter, 32/6 (NYNH&H No. 466)
Good Pine Lbr. Co.: 144/60
Good Springs RR: 105/42
Goodyear, F.H. & C.W.: 49/33; 76/62, 78, 73, 74-76; 100/S7
Goodyear Lbr. Co.: 49/37
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.: loco. note, 145/109
Gordon Planes: 108/21; 107/30-31
Gosa-Steele Lbr. Co.: 119/52
Gould, George: Cape Girardeau Northern RR, 122/38; Wabash RR, 93/116-117;
       133/23; Western Maryland RR, 122/ 27-28; 85/16, 19; West Virginia Central
       & Pittsburgh RR and Piedmont & Cumberland RR, 113/16, 28; empire in
       the West, 146/34; involvement with WM, Fuller syndicate, 155/72ff
Gould, Jay: Wabash, 133/7, 18-21; St. Louis-San Francisco RR, 80/25, 26;
       mention, 139/85
Government and government regulations: "The influence of Government
       Regulation on the Management of 45 New England Railroads, 1830-1900," by
       C.J. Kennedy, 105/6-22; regulation advocated by R.S. Baker, 145/69-86;
       reports concerning railroads published by the federal government, 44/93-105;
       government regulation in 1900s; 125/15, 20-21; in 1960s, 125/42-43; on
       mergers, 125/18; "Light at the End of a Very Long Tunnel: The Railroads and
       the Historians" [Guest editorial], by Albro Martin, 155/15-33; "'Vultures at the
       Death of an Elephant': Harry S. Truman, the Great Train Robbery, and the
       Transportation Act of 1940," by Alonzo L.Hamby, 165/6-36; "The Demise of the
       ICC," by George W. Hilton, 185/8-15; "Reflections on Deregulation," by James W.
       McClellan, 185/16-19
Gowrie & Northwestern RR: 132/78
Grace Contracting Co., R.: 154/94
Grace Logging Co.: 144/60
Grades, track: 82/48
Grafton & Greenbrier RR: 113/19
Grand Central Station (NYC): "Yesterdays at Grand Central Terminal," by
       A. Curran, 35/79-83; passenger traffic 1885, 134/94. See also Stations
Grand Central Station (Chicago): 46/53-55; 73/55, 61
Grand Gulf & Port Gibson RR: 140/6, locos., 12, 98
"The Grand Narrow Gauge Trunk," by G.W. Hilton, 148/23~1; 149/124; 154/134
Grand Rapids & Indiana RR: Resorts Special passenger train, 31/30-31; mention,
       19/26; 94/130; 146/93
Grand Rapids & Lake Shore RR: 19/26
Grand Rapids & Northwestern RR: 89/90, 95
Grand Rapids, Lansing & Detroit RR: 129/21
Grand Rapids, Ludington & Northwestern RR: 89/90
Grand River Valley RR: 19/26, 27
Grand Tower & Carbondale RR: 140/6; loco, 81
Grand Trunk Western RR: history, 147/26-28; mention, 23/48, 51, 55; 80/60;
       USRA freight cars, 128/19,29-33; emblem 153/62
Granger, Georgetown & San Antonio Ry: 63/14, 20
Granite Ry: see Quincy RR
Granite City & Mississippi River RR: 145/108
Granite City Steel Co.: 158/124
Grant Locomotive Works: "The Silver Engine," 38/58-59; "Grant's Silver
       Locomotive," by J.H. White, 104/54-59; Chicago plant, 122/52,57-59; notes on
       America loco., 15/64; narrow gauge locos.,149/57, 69; mention, 11/26-27
Grants Pass & Eastern RR: 94/77
Grasse River RR: 119/56
"The Gravity Railroad of the Delaware & Hudson Canal Co.," by G.M. Best,
       82/7-24
Gray Tie Co.: 162/66
Great Eastern RR: 83/30
Great Falls & Canada RR: 143/10; roster, 145/110
Great Falls & Old Dominion Electric RR: 105/31; loco. 162/75, 76
Great Falls & Teton County Ry: 143/10
"The Great (Motive) Power Struggle: The Pennsylvania Railroad v. General
       Motors, 1935-1949," by Mark Reutter, 170/15-33; 171/115-116; 172/75-80
Great Northern Paper Co.: 175/131
Great Northern Ry: "The ... Company: Predecessors and Fully Controlled
       Subsidiaries," by Middleton and Keyes, 143/8-19; ". ..: All Time Locomotive
       Roster, 1861-1970," by Middleton and Keyes, 143/20-162; 145/110-112;
       "The impact of the . . . on Settlement in Northern Montana, 1880-1920," by
       D.H. Hickcox, 148/58-67; White Flyer mail train, 4/29-30; 4-6-0s, 64/18-19;
       William Crooks loco., 107/12; USRA freight cars, 128/28-33; railroad
       archives, 132/93; silk trains, 1932, 139/90; history, Wis/41-42; locos. to CB&Q,
       Q1/62; loco. notes,94/132; emblem 153/29; Northland Transportation Co. bus
       operations 155/50-51; "The History of the … History," (Guest Editorial) by Don
       L. Hofsommer, 159/14-17; "Ralph Budd, the . . ., and the Advent of the Motor
       Bus," by Douglas V. Shaw, 166/57-79; "Ore Docks and Trains: The . . . and the
       Mesabi Range," by Don L. Hofsommer,: 174/5-25; "The . . . and Dry Land Farming
       in Montana," by Claire Strom, 176/81-102; "Famous Buffet-Smoking Car",
181/116-117; 182/136; "What It Takes," Hofsommer, Don L.,187/74-77
"The Great Schuyler Stock Fraud," by R.B. Shaw, 141/5-18
"The 'Great Short Line' in Reconstruction, 1865-1876," by C.W. Turner, 117/34-47
Great Southern Lbr. Co.: 158/139
Great Valley & Bradford RR: 81/30
Great Western RR (Ill.): 93/116; 131/13, 15, 32; locos.,45
Great Western Ry. (Colo.): loco. 159/70
Great Western Despatch Co.: 141/104
Great Western Lbr.: 94/88
Great Western Terminal Construction Co.: 54/63
"Great Wits," 47/7 (railroad enthusiasts, 1938)
Greater Portland Public Development Co.: 152/83
Greeley, Salt Lake & Pacific RR: 65/43, 44, 45
Green Bay & Lake Pepin Ry: 115/12-25; locos., 115/65-66; 177/61; Wis/43,44
Green Bay & Lake Superior RR: 111/12
Green Bay & Minnesota RR: 115/11-12; locos., 115/66-67; 117/62;Wis/43, 44
Green Bay & Western RR: "The Story of the. . ." by R. & E. Specht, 115/6-92;
       car ferry operation, 115/37-46; Millers Specials, 11S/45-46; locos., 115/66-73;
       116/75; 117/62; No. 56,2-6-0, 100/21, photo,17; Wis/43-44; emblem 153/45
Green Bay, Milwaukee & Chicago RR: loco. notes, CNW/25; history, Wis/8,15
Green Bay, Oshkosh, Madison & Southwestern RR: 116/7-8; Wis/55
Green Bay, Shawano & St. Croix Falls RR: 115/12
Green Bay, Stevens Point & Northern RR: Wis/43, 44
Green Bay, Winona & St. Paul RR: history, 115/25-26, 30ff; 1886 timetable,
       115/between 24 & 25; mention, 131/ 50; history, Wis/43,44
Green Bros. Gravel Co.: 157/98
Green Cove Springs & Melrose RR: 86/ 126
Green Diamond passenger train: 140/138; 145/60, 61,68
Green Smokeless Coal Co.: loco.155/107
"The Greenback Raid," by J.J. White, 146/41~46
Greenbrier, Cheat & Elk RR: 113/26; 93/112; 155/78; ; loco. 97, 107
Greene RR: 128/68, 72-73; 72/9
Greenfield & Northampton RR: 32/35
Greenville & Columbia RR: 186/69-70
Greenville & Knoxville RR: 127/100
Greenville & Miami RR: 16/28, 29
Greenville & Northern RR: loco., 175/126; 180/139
Greenville & Roanoke RR: locos., 1838, 6/31; 62/56
Greenwood Lbr. Co.: 113/79
Greenwood Mfg. Co. 154/41
Griffith & Northern RR: 159/54
Grinnell & Montezuma RR: 31/34, 44; 154/28
Grizzly Flats RR: 158/34ff
Groveton, Lufkin & Northern RR: 84/54; 119/54
"Guide to Predecessor Lines of the Wabash," 133/31-35
Guignard Brick Co.: 186/87
Gulf RR: 60/30
Gulf & Chicago RR: 158/129, 138
Gulf & International RR: 146/98
Gulf & Northern RR: 75/59
Gulf & Sabine River RR: 140/101
Gulf & Ship Island RR: 100/85, 86-87; 140/6, locos., 102, 103; 84/53, 54;
       119/54,55; 158/129
Gulf Beaumont & Kansas City RR: 75/23, 45; SF/17
Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe RR: 75/23, locos., 135-137; mention, 60/11, 29;
       94/52; SF/17; loco. 158/133
Gulf Mobile & Northern RR: No. 90, 2-10-0, 124/ photo between 66 & 67;
       mention, 84/50; "Locomotives of the …," by William D. Edson, 158/125-143; loco.,
       180/139
Gulf, Mobile & Ohio RR: 90/70; 113/35; emblem 153/67; 156/57, 83; 158/130;
       "Diesel Locomotives of the…," by William D. Edson, 158/144-147
Gulf States Paper Co.: 157/98, 105
Gulf, Texas & Western RR: 72/114, 115; 47/opp.57
Gulf Western Texas & Pacific RR: 94/20,33,53; SP/16, loco., 44
Guthrie & Kingfisher RR: 60/41
Guthrie & North Western RR: 132/76
Guthrie & Western Ry: 60/31


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