Railroads and Railroad History in the United States: H

Hackensack & New York RR: loco. Hackensack, 4/33 & 36; 1861 wreck, 4/35;
       first iron passenger car, 4/32-33; mention, 131/10, 24
Hagerstown & Frederick RR: 98t72
"Hail and Farewell-Erie 2509, ex Alco 50,000, 1910-1950," by D. W. Weatherwax, 85/28-29
Halite & Northern RR: 44/45
Hall & Kaul Lbr. RR: 78/75-76
Hambleton Leather Co.: 162/65
Hamm Brewing Co.: 154/45
Hampden RR: 82/33-42
Hampshire & Franklin RR: 47/18
Hampshire & Hamden RR: 41/34
Hancock & Calumet RR: 111/26, 52, 57; 124/27
Hancock & East Branch RR: 43/23
Hancock & Wilkes Barre Extension RR: 43/23
Hancock Turbo feedwater heater: 73/68
Hand cars: "A History of the Railroad Hand Car," by John H. White, Jr.,
       127/65-95; motorized, 127/83ff; "Handcar Safety," 139/23
Hanford & Summit Lake RR: 94/73
Hannibal & Central Missouri RR: 63/12, 19; 133/24
Hannibal & St. Joseph RR: roster, Q2/59-63; history, Q1/7,8,9ff; fast mail train,
       1860, 3/21-23; mention, 24/12, 17, 28, 30, 40; 9/40
Hanover Branch RR: 8/55ff; mention, 17/22, 23; photo loco. No. 1, 155/70, 89
Hanover Construction Co.: 157/106
Hanover Junction, Hanover & Gettysburg RR: 155/69, locos. 89, 91
Hanson Lbr. Co.: 94/31
Harbor Belt Line: 94/65
"Hardwick & Woodbury Railroad," by John S. Kendall, 68/50-56; mention, 100/65
Harkness (Anthony) & Son: 8/30 (loco. builder)
Harlan & Hollingsworth Co.: 1840 passenger car, 32/45; 138/17
Harlan & Kirkman RR: 132/78
Harlem RR: involvement with New York and New Haven RR, 141/6; 1846
       passenger car, 123/12; mention, 9/40
Harlem Extension RR: 10/20, 21, 23; 11/ 14-15; 90/106
Harlem Transfer Co.: 72/81; 114/45
Harper & Western RR: 60/32
Harriman Lines: loco. standardization, 94/12
Harrisburg & Potomac RR: 67/57; 118/56
Harrisburg Car Works: 138/25, 40
Harrisburg, Portsmouth, Mount Joy & Lancaster RR: locos., 1838, 6/28;
       62/52;loco., 1841, 101/35; mention,VC/51
Harrison, Joseph: 150/19; 79/13-14, 18; equalizing truck patent, 87/12
Harrison, Winans & Eastwick: in Russia, 47/46-53
Hartford, Conn., trolley: photo, 26/28-29
Hartford & Connecticut Valley RR: roster, 41/31
Hartford & Connecticut Western RR: history, 50/9-10, 20; roster, 50/21;
       history, 119/17-20, 27, photo between 32 & 33; mention, 49/65
Hartford & New Haven RR: "The Start of the ...," by W.C. Snow, 61/66-69;
       passenger train description (1865), 12/49-50; 1860 timetable, 33/50, roster,
       40/67-70; early history, 56/15-19; locos., 1840, 62/47; history and loco.,
       1841, 101/35; locos., 1842 to 1857, 102/44, 4748; dividends, 132/60, 69;
       mention, 17/16, 21; 9/38; 33/39; 40/68; loco. 167/30, 31
Hartford & Providence RR: 22/53,54
Hartford & Springfield RR: 40/68; loco. 167/31
Hartford, Providence & Fishkill RR: loco. J.P. McMans, photo, 2/28; loco. Black
       Hawk, photo, 2/31; 15/25; loco. Rockville, 17/38; Hartford station (1850),
       40/73; roster, 49/69, 75-77; mention, 1/13, 14; 9/40; 17/18-20; 22/53ff; 119/7
Harvard Branch RR: "The ..., 1849-1855," by R.W. Lovett, 113/43-65;
       mention, 17/18, 20
Haskell & Barker Car Co.: USRA freight cars, 128/14, 27; 138/11, 57
Hastings & Avoca RR: 132/76
Hastings & Dakota Ry: equipment, 95/65; 136/25, loco. 70
Havana, Mason City, Lincoln & Eastern RR: 133/32, loco. 56; 140/6, loco. 78
Havana, Rantoul & Eastern RR: 133/32, locos. 38, 62; 140/6,loco. 12
Haviland & Warner Lumber Co.: 162/65
Hawaii: "Pineapples, Sugar & War," by Gilbert H. Kneiss, 96/7-15; "Sugar
       Plantation Railroads in Hawaii," by R.A. Ramsey, 114/15-26 (includes
       common carriers also). See also names of individual railroads
Hawkensville & Florida Southern RR: 88/91, 97, 98
Hawthorne, Negamon & West Superior RR: 143/49
Hayt's Corners, Ovid & Willard RR: loco., 126/38
"The Hayward M. Severance Gift," by W.G. Wait, 126/121-122
Hazard Wharf Co.: 162/75
Hazelton Coal Co's. RR (Hazelton RR): locos. 1838, 6/29; 62/53, 54; history
       and locos. 1841, 101/35-36; locos., 42/35; history, 109/20-22, 18, 23;
       mention, 42/12; 126/6, 9; locos., 126/38, 44, 60
Healdton & Santa Fe RR: 60/36
Hearne & Brazos Valley RR: 94/36; SP/31, 38
Hecla & Torch Lake RR: loco. Torch Lake, photo, 41/16; mention, 47/61
Heinneman Lbr. Co's. RR: Wis/10, 18
Helena, Parkin & Northern RR: 93/97
Helena South Western Ry: 63/66; ll9/52
Hempfield RR: 18/34; 66/46
Hemphill Lbr. Co.: 63/62
Henderson Lbr. Co.: 119/51, 56; 84/53
Hereford Ry (Branch Ry): 3/51; 99/45-46
Herkimer, Newport & Poland RR: 90/111
Hetch-Hetchy RR: "A Municipally-Operated Mountain Railroad," by A.J.
       Cleary, 129/94-100; 160/26ff
Hibernia Mine Ry: 110/58
High Point, Thomasville & Denton RR: loco., 177/104
"High Road to La Jolla," by R.P. Middlebrook, 123/68-77
Highland RR: 99/24, photo between 24 and 25
Highways: intercity highway system origins. 155/46ff
Hill City Ry.: loco. 154/90
Hillsboro & North Eastern Ry: Wis/45
Hilo RR: 114/17
Hines Lbr. Co.: 136/43
Hines Bros. Lumber Co.: 162/65
Hinkley & Williams Locomotive Works: 142/39-40
Hinkley Locomotive Works: "The . . . ," by C.E. Fisher, 25/6-11; first 100
       loco. records, 25/9-11; 4-4-0s, 35/18; "Holmes Hinkley and the Boston
       Locomotive Works," by J.H. White, 142/27-52; construction record by William
       D. Edson, 142/53-88; 144/92-93; "The Lion: Lone Survivor from Hinkley,"
       142/89-90; mention, 17/30
Historic documentary material, conservation, 150/9-16
"Historic Railroad Sites," 124/33-35
Historical: " .... Sketch of Dearborn Station, by G.C. Hugel, 47/95-98; "A . . .
       Sketch of the Baltimore and Ohio Chicago Terminal Railroad Company and
       Its Predecessor Companies," by G.M. Campbell, 73/54-62; "... Notes on
       Locomotive Design," by E.G. Young, 16/9-22; 17/55-69; 18/21-27; "Back to the
       Future? High-Speed Rail and . . . Patterns of American Transportation Development,"
       by Bruce E. Seely, 170/5 (Guest Editorial)
History: "Manuscript Sources for Railroad . . . ," by Robert C. Post, 137/38-63;
       138/85 (list of 500 collections pertaining to about 400 railroads); "... and
       the Railroad Photographer," by H.H. Harwood, 144/6-8; "The Writing of
       Railroad History, by H.R. Grant, 148/9-12; "An Accounting Primer for
       Railroad Historians," by R.M. Hanft, 149/14-18; "On Books, Reviews, and
       Values," by Robert LeMassena, 151/13-15; "... of Schenectady Locomotive
       Works," by H.B. Van Vechten, 14/ 24-39; "... of the Best Friend of
       Charleston," 18/60-61; "The .., of San Francisco's First Railroad," by
       G.H. Kneiss, 35/52-61; "... of the 4-6-0 (Ten Wheeled) Type Locomotive,"
       by Paul T. Warner, 64/8-31; ".... Development and Function of the
       Locomotive Brick Arch," by C. C. Ringel, 95/79-84; "A ... of the
       Railroad Hand Car," by J.H. White, 127/65-95; "... of the Camden &
       Atlantic Railroad and Associated Companies, 1852-1897," by C.L.
       Towle, 73/16-45; ". . . of the Chicago & North Western's Chicago Passenger
       Terminal Station and its Predecessors," by F.W. Hillman, 44/83-87; ". . . of the
       Denver, Boulder & Western RR," by M.C. Poor, 65/43-58; "A ... of the
       Elkhart & Western RR Co.," by J.H. Kiracofe, 90/115- 132; ". . . of the
       Fulton County Narrow Gauge Railway," by E.W. Mureen, 61A/8-77; ". . .
       of Illinois Central Passenger Stations on the Chicago Lake Front," by C.H.
       Mottier, 43/69-76; "... of the Moira and Bombay RR," by L. Doherty,
       46/28-30; "... and Motive Power of the New York, Ontario & Western," by
       G.M. Best, 40/16-32; "... of the Northern New York RR," by L.
       Doherty, 47/90-94; ". . . of the Locomotives of the Reading Company," by
       G.M. Hart, 67/5-119; "A ... of the Suburban Service of the Rock island
       Railroad in the Chicago Area," by R.E. Stewart, 77/34-66; ". . . of the Wisconsin
       and Michigan Ry," by R. McLeod, 118/7-20; "... of the Wisconsin
       Central," by R.L. Martin, 54/1-170; "Why Write ...?", by John H. White, 152/7-12;
       "On Perfect Accuracy", by George W. Hilton, 152/13-16; "Light at the End of a
       Very Long Tunnel: The Railroads and the Historians" [Guest editorial], by Albro
       Martin, 155/15-33; "Railroad as Seen by Railroaders," (Guest Editorial), by
       H. Roger Grant, 158/9-12, 149; "The of the Great Northern ," (Guest
       Editorial) by Don L. Hofsommer, 159/14-17; ". . . Where You Don't Expect It:
       Some Surprising Survivors," by Herbert H.:Harwood, 166/103-125; "Railroad
       . . . -- What's the Object?," by Robert C. Post, 167/5-11 (Guest Editorial);
       "Railroads in the American Context," by James A. Ward, 171/5-22; "The Continued
       Neglect of the Diesel Locomotive," by Maury Klein, Dsl/6-15; "Century Gone," by
       Thomas T. Taber and Mark Reutter, 183/30-52
Hobart Southern RR: 34/45,49
Hoboken & Newark RR: 88/156
"Hoboken Ferry, New York's Oldest," by L.B. Gnaedinger, 50/76-77
Hoboken Shore RR: 151/52
Hobos: on Santa Fe in 1884, 128/37; on Southern Pacific in 1887, 136/27; reminiscences
       of 1937 trip, 172/35-42
"Hocking Valley Ry," by W.W. Robinson, 53/21-30; roster, 53/28-30; "The
       Hocking Valley," by C.E. Fisher, 98/79-81; USRA freight cars, 128/28-33;
       mention, 66/49; 98/31; involvement with Toledo & Ohio Central RR, 99/58
Hodgenville & Elizabethtown RR: 140/6, loco., 80
Hofius Steel Co., W.D.: 162/68
Hofius Steel & Equipment Co.: 162/72, 76, 77
Hoisting Machine Co.: 152/94, 100
Holman, W.C.: 1895 patent for wheel attachment to loco., 98/60-62
Holmes, William, & Son Lbr. Co.'s RR: Wis/62, 63; 118/12, 18
"Holmes Hinkley and the Boston Locomotive Works," by J.H. White, 142/27-52
Holton Interurban Ry: "Hook and Eye," by R.P. Middlebrook, 112/50-54
       (history and steam roster); mention, 71/ 15, 19; loco. 174/91
Holton Interurban Terminal Ry: 94/72,74
Holyoke & Westfield RR: 41/34
"Home by Rail, California to Illinois in 1937: Reminiscences of Graydon Horath," ed. by
       H. Roger Grant, 172/35-42
"Hook and Eye: Imperial Valley's Holton Interurban," by R.P. Middlebrook,
       112/50-54
Hoople, Yorktown & Tampico RR: Q1/32
Hoosac Tunnel RR: construction, 105/1012; opposition to, 32/13; mention,
       17/18, 21, 23; 135/42; 145/19
"The Hoosac Tunnel & Wilmington," by W.W. Robinson, 46/24-27; roster, 46/27
"Hoosier Heritage-The Monon," by V.A. Hewitt, 70/22-31
Hooverhurst & Southwestern RR: 96/34-35
Hopkinton RR: 49/70
Hopkinton & Milford RR: 1/13
"A Horatio Alger Story: Henry U. Mudge," by Keith L. Bryant, Jr., 182/6-21
Hornellsville & Cohocton Valley RR: 92/28-29
Hot boxes: 134/94
Hot Springs RR: 123/51
Houghton & Ontonagon RR: 111/20, 21, 32
Housatonic RR: roster, 44/65-68; early locos., 11/12, 13; locos. 1840, 62/48;
       history and locos. 1842, 101/36; history, 44/64; train colors, 4/24;
       mention, 1/15; 17/15, 16, 18, 23, 24; dividends, 132/60, 69; loco. 167/30, 31
"A House on the Tracks," 139/77
Houston & Brazos Valley RR: 63/51, 62; 94/34, 38, 39
Houston & Texas Central RR: "Early Engineering on the . . . ," by H.G. Hill,
       8/42-45 (several early locos.); "Henry Witherly Benchley (1822-1867)," by
       A.F. Muir, 92/107-108; roster, 94/55-57 loco. notes, 94/11, 14, 20, 27,
       36-39, 45-52, 146; SP/113, 23, 25, 31, 32, 33, 40, 45-46; mention,
       135/ 36, 37, 40,41
Houston Belt & Terminal Southern RR: 94/28
Houston East & West Texas RR: 148/37-38; 94/11, loco. notes 20, 36-40, 55,
       90, 133, 148; SP/16, locos., 31, 33,45, 73; 157/37-38; 185/75
"How They Hauled a Hoisting Engine to the Summit of the Sierra Nevada
       Mountains in 1886," by D.L. Joslyn, 32/67-68
Hudson & Berkshire RR: locos. 1840, 62/49; history and locos. 1841, 101/36;
       loco. record, 69/85; history, 69/15, 24, 30-31, 33, 62-63; loco. 167/31;
       mention, 44/65
Hudson & Boston RR: 69/31
Hudson & Manhattan RR: early history, 186/25ff
Hudson & River Falls Ry: Wis/36, 33
Hudson Connecting RR: 50/9-10; 119/1920
Hudson patent: 98/52-54 (WiHiam S. Hudson's 1873 superheating and
       compounding patent)
Hudson River RR: "Railroading in New York City" (1866), 40/76; "The Old
       ... Depot and Abraham Lincoln in New York," by W. Jacobs, 55/37-45;
       loco. Oneida, 15/18; locomotives by Lowell, 7/49, 54; loco. Columbia
       lithograph, 35/24; passenger train speed, 35/18; John Tobin, 139/89;
       locations in New York City, 65/77, 80, 81; Albany bridge of 1866, 85/52-53;
       single driver locos., 114/28-29, 36; mention, 37/33-34, 40; naming locos.,
       124/61; "Promoting the ...," by Steven Lubar, 157/55-63
Hudson River & Boston RR: 50/17-18; 69/31
"The Hudson River Bridge," by M.B. Wakefield, 85/52-53 (at Albany, 1866)
Humbird Lbr. Co.: 119/56; 161/96
Humeston & Shenandoah RR: 24/40; 132/76, 77; 133/19, 32,
       locos. 38; Q2/41
Hunters Run & Slate Belt RR: 118/59, 60; 67/44
"Hunting Buffalo from the Train," by John H. White, Jr., 201/42-49
"Hunting Deer with a Steam Locomotive," by H.G. Hill, 123/52-54
Huntington & Broad Top Mountain RR: 67/50; 92/60; 113/30; 118/46, 47, 52
Huron & Western RR: 147/94
Hutchinson & Southern RR: 60/30; locos., 75/23, 166-167; SF/17
Hutchinson, Oklahoma & Gulf Ry: 60/30


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