Railroads and Railroad History in the United States: L

LaBelle Iron Works: 162/77
LaBette & Sedalia Ry: 63/8, 13
Labor: "Railroad Strike of 1877 in Altoona," by S.C. Walker, 117/18-25;
       "The Maine Central's Waterville Shops Strike of 1922," by G.H. Merriam,
       149/83-99; Rock island strike 19181922, 77/49-50; Soo Line and C&NW
       shopman's strike 1919 and 1922, 135/17-19; nationwide shop strike of 1922,
       149/93-94, 95-97; B&O RR 1877       strike, 126/111; Pullman 1893 strike,
       138/69-70; SP RR 1894 strike, 139/4; "Chinese Construction Workers on the
       Canadian Pacifie," by David Lee, 148/42-57; Italian track workers (1907),
       139/113; Negro slave labor building railroads, 44/55-56; track walker's day
       (1903), 140/4; water boy (1904), 141/26; brakemen (1882), 129/100;
       construction crews (1874), 135/99; oldtime conductor (1850s-1880s), 130/99;
       Class 1 RR president's extra benefits (1932), 136/26;wages(1851), 145/26;
       1900 in Calif., 145/95; shop labor 1890s piecework pay system, 130/77;
       1882 on Vanderbilt roads, 139/64; wage scales of U.S. RRs, 149/83ff;
       wages of Chinese (1880), 148/50; amusing definition of railroad jobs
       (1876), 128/49; the romance of a railroad career (1884), 129/70; iDegal
       train crew ticket selling (1888), 128/67; railroad hardships (1883), 124/79;
       shooting of a brakeman (1882), 128/75; brotherhood of section foremen,
       133/54; conductor's attitude toward passengers (1895), 135/33; "Working
       on the (Branch Line) Railroad," by D.L. Hofsommer, 137/80-93 (train
       service and station personnel); operation of handcars(1903), 139/23;early
       railroad civil engineering, 139/65-77; shop apprentices at the Portland Co.
       (1848), 139/7; railroad employment numbers by jobs (1918 and 1922),
       149/89; "Black Female Railroaders. by Theodore Kornweibel, Jr., 201/6-29
LaCrosse & Milwaukee RR: 35/77; 95/48; 117/61-62; 136/12, 25, 179/70; locos.,
       65, 66, 86; Wis/20, 27, 28; loco. 156/61
LaCrosse & Onalaska Short Line RR: Wis/21, 31
LaCrosse & South Eastern Ry: Wis/22, 32
LaCrosse, Trempealeau & Prescott Ry: Wis/ 16
"Lackawanna & Bloomsburg RR," by F.S. Graham, 47/54-58, roster, 57; Baldwin
       locos. on L&B, 114/42, 45; 4-6-0s, 43/42; locos., 72/10, 49-54; mention, 89/153
Lackawanna & Pittsburgh RR: history, 92/10, 16, 17, 26-27, 29-39; locos.,
       92/39-44; mention, 61/77-79; 64/34, 37, 40; 68/82; 96/16-17
Lackawanna & South Western RR: history, 92/37-38, 44-51, 53, 64; roster,
       92/51; trains, 96/16; mention, 61/79, 80; 64/37, 40
Lackawanna & Western RR: 43/37; 72/9
Lackawanna & Wyoming Valley RR: 72/105
Lackawanna Limited, photo, 158/20
Lackawanna Lbr. Co.: 49/37; 131/24
Lackawanna Steel Co.: 162/66, 67, 75
Laconia Car Co.: USRA freight cars, 128/14, 27; 138/7
Lafayette & Indianapolis RR: loco. 156/61
Lafayette, Bloomington & Mississippi RR: 133/17, 32
LaGrange & Memphis RR: history and locos. 1840, 101/37; mention, 90/72
Lahaina, Kaanapali & Pacific RR: 120/62 (Hawaii)
LaJolla Line: 71/16 (history and locos.)
Lake Bigler & Virginia RR: 45/7
Lake Borgue RR: locos. 1838, 62/60
Lake Champlain & Ogdensburg RR: 47/90
Lake Charles & Northern RR: 94/20, locos., 33, 35, 39, 40; SP/16,loco., 30
Lake Erie & Eastern RR: 112/16
Lake Erie & Fort Wayne RR: 133/32, loco., 105
Lake Erie & Pittsburgh RR: 112/16
Lake Erie & Western RR: loco. 172/53
Lake Erie, Franklin & Clarion RR: loco. 154/84
Lake Erie, Wabash & St. Louis RR: 133/14, 33, 46
Lake Geneva & State Line Ry: Wis/9, 18
Lake.ludependence Lbr. Co.: 98/12
Lake Michigan Car Ferry Co.: 118/8-10, 14, 15
Lake Monroe & Orlando RR: 86/41
Lake Ontario, Auburn & New York RR: 122/70,72
Lake Ontario Shore RR: 109/46, 53; 178/123
Lake St. Louis & Province Line RR: 39/44-45; 71/31
Lake Shore RR: 75/41
Lake Shore & Michigan Southern RR: fast train run 1883 and 1895, 3/23, 25, 26;
       car colors, 4/24; fast run, 12/31-32; Ten wheelers, 28/47; 64/16-18; 2-6-2s,
       32/65-66; history and operations in Elkhart, Indiana, area (1870s-1940s),
       87/67-82; record speed run Oct. 24, 1895, 87/71-72; acquisition of Toledo
       & Ohio Central, 99/58; involvement with Elkhart & Western RR, 90/115,
       131; involvement with Pittsburgh & Lake Erie RR, 112/10, 13, 14; bibles
       on trains (1872), 135/58; locos., 94/45; 180/139; 185/95
Lake Shore Electric: 151/34, 42
Lake Shore Limited: 1/8; 138/108
Lake Superior & Ishpeming RR: 84/51; 93/110; 119/54; "The ...," by A.A.
       Durocher, 98/7-31; roster, 98/28, 3031; loco. notes, 131/24; mention, 111/59;
       emblem 153/71
Lake Superior & Mississippi RR: 95/64; loco. 154/92
Lake Superior & South Eastern RR: 54/113; Wis/68
Lake Superior Terminal & Transfer Ry: 143/76; Wis/49
Lake Tahoe Ry & Trans. Co.: 34/43; 94/20, 125, 126; SP/22, 101, 109
Lake View & Couamer RR: 103/61
Lake Wimico & St. Joseph Canal RR Co.:history and locos. 1840, 101/37;
       history, 86/11, 17-19; locos., 88/86
Lakeside & Marblehead RR: loco., 185/77
LaMothe, B.J., iron passenger car: 4/31-36
Lancaster & Reading RR: 118/60
Lancaster, Lebanon & Pine Grove RR: 105/42
Lancaster Loco. Works: 8/28
Lancaster, Oxford & Southern RR: train photo, 141/96
Lansing Wheelbarrow Co.: 162/63
Laona & Northern Ry: Wis/50; loco. 154/43
The Lark: 120/66-67
Las Vegas & Tonopah RR: history, 100/28-29, 30-35; roster, 100/41, photo
       between 24 and 25; mention, 49/65; 99/21
LaSalle & Chicago RR: 73/54
"The LaSalle Street Station, Chicago, Ill.," by F.J. Nevins, 50/84-87
"The Last Days Qf Southern Pacific Steam," by F.A. Stindt, 149/100-113
Latham & Co.: 29/13 (loco. builder records)
Laurel River & Hot Springs RR: 57/112-113; 43/50
Laurens RR: 186/69-70
Lawler's floating draw bridge: 58/52-53
Lawrence & Galveston RR: 60/32
Lawrence Machine Shop: 8/25
Lawrenceburg & Indianapolis RR: 130/42
Lawrenceville & Evergreen RR: 103/63
Lawton & Fort Sill Electric: 60/49
Lawton Ry & Lighting Co.: 60/49
Lay's 1867 patent for compound loco.: 98/54-56
"[A History of Wrecks] Learning from Wrecks," by Mark Reutter, 184/70-76
Leavenworth & St. Joseph RR: 154/34
Leavenworth & Topeka RR: 75/24, 32, 34, 39; SF/17
Leavenworth, Lawrence & Fort Gibson RR: 60/34; Q2/25
Leavenworth, Lawrence & Galveston RR: 60/8, 9, 33; 75/24; Q2/25
Lebanon & Pine Grove RR: 105/42, 43
Lebanon & Tremont RR: 105/42
Lebanon Springs RR: history and roster, 90/104, 105-111; mention, 92/41;
       VC/86; inspection (1897-98), 120/75-76
"Lebanon-Thorntown Traction Company: The Biography of an Anomaly in
       'Interurbanland'," by George Krambles, 174/51-67
Lebanon Valley Iron & Steel Co.: 152/100
Lee Lbr. Co., Tom: 144/64
Leeds & Farmington RR: 3/49; 152/52
Leesburg & Indian River RR: 86/50,56
Legan & McClure Lbr.: 119/51
Leggett's Gap RR: 67/25; 72/9
Lehigh & Eastern RR: 70/71
Lehigh & Hudson River Ry: "" by W.W. Robinson, history, 47/67-71;
       roster, 47/72-74; emblem 153/55
Lehigh & Mahanoy RR: loco. Consolidation, 8/18-19; locos., 126/39, 58-60,
       85; 42/35; mention, 109/24-25; 126/9, 11
Lehigh & New England RR: 110/61-62; emblem 153/38
Lehigh & New York RR: 122/81
Lehigh & Susquehanna RR: Ashley Plane, 41/24-25; history, 110/60-61, 65;
       mention, 109/26; 126/12
Lehigh Car, Wheel & Axle Works: advertisement (1883), 138/9
Lehigh Coal & Nav. Co. (see also Lehigh & Susquchanna RR): history, 110/59-62;
       loco. notes, 47/72-74; involvement with Lehigh and Hudson River RR, 47/68,
       70; mention, 41/24; 126/6, 12
Lehigh Luzerne RR: 109/23
Lehigh Portland Cement Co.: 162/65, 78
Lehigh Valley RR: "The ...," by C.E. Fisher, 42/5-61; detail description of
       road in 1855, 42/9-12; earnings and expected tonnage table, 42/49;
       company officers, 42/50; Mountain CutOff, 42/18, 21; Great Lakes steam
       ships, 42/19; lease to Phila. & Reading RR, 42/22-23; named locos. of
       subsidiaries, 42/28-48, 50-51, 54-61; " ... Roster, All Time," by Edson,
       Andrews & Best, 126/37-105, 106;"Corporate History of the . . .," by H.H.
       Harwood, 126/5-36; loco. Janus, 2/33; first 2-8-0, 17/59, 60; first 2-10-0, 17/61;
       early hard coal locos., 52/19, 22, 25; three cylinder 4-8-2, 58/24, 27; 4-4-2 No.
       664-668, 62/10; early 4-6-0s, 64/12; later 4-6-0s, 64/21-22; duplex 4-6-2,
       68/61-62; later 4-6-2s, 68/73-74; Nos. 383 and 444 with Strong valves, 92/73-77;
       locos. constructed 1866-1877, 109/25; runaway loco., 126/101; loco.
       notes on dispositions, 127/98-100; 128/76-77; 130/100-101; 132/93; loco.
       notes, 126/8, 9, 11, 14, 20-21, 22, 27, 30, 33; former Elmira, Cortland &
       Northern 4-6-Os, 95/66-67; passenger trains, 1/24-25; signalling, 44/79, 81;
       Ithaca-Auburn line, 84/25ff; first use of steel rail, 91/40; reason for
       construction, 105/39; Delano loco. building, 109/23-24; expansion in coal fields
       in 1860s and 1870s, 109/25-27; Lehigh University control, 109/27;
       bibliography, 126/118-119; biographies of employees, 126/112-117;
       USRA freight cars, 128/18, 28; mention, 110/ 65; 118/46; emblem 153/50
Lehigh Valley involvement with: Allentown RR and Auburn & Port Clinton
       RR, 105/47; Beaver Meadow RR, 109/20; Delaware, Susquehanna & Schuylkill
       RR, 108/27-28; Hazelton RR, 109/22; Ithaca, Auburn & Western RR,
       122/79; Lehigh & Hudson River RR, 47/70; Lehigh Luzerne RR, 109/23;
       Southern Central RR, 122/70-85
Lehigh Valley Transit Co.: 151/23, 43
Lenoir Car Works: USRA freight cars, 128/14, 27
Leon Ry: 86/11-12
Leon, Mt. Ayr & South Western RR: 132/76
Leslie rotary snow plow: 139/15-16
"Let's Call Things by Their Proper Names," by E.H. Carlton, 107/9-11
"Letters of John B. Jervis," by W.C. Kessler, 53/11-18
"Letters of Recommendation," 137/93
"Letters from the United States of North America on Internal Improvement, Steam
       Navigation, Banking, &c.," by Franz Anthony Chevalier de Gerstner, ed. by
       Frederick C. Gamst, 163/28-73
Lewis Run Mfg. Co.: 76/photo opp. 67, 67-68
Lewisburg & Tyrone RR: 100/83
Lewisburg, Center & Spruce RR: 91/31
Lewiston RR: 156/89
Lewy's Island RR: 3/52; 56/88; 152/52, 67
Lexington & Eastern Ry: 102/10; loco. 159/62
Lexington & Frankfort RR: locos., 5/15; 7/70; mention, 7/67; 102/25-26
Lexington & Maysville RR: 5/12, 15
Lexington & Ohio RR: locos. 1838, 6/33; 62/61; history and locos. 1840,
       101/37-38; mention, 5/7-11; 20/40; 102/25-26
Lexington & West Cambridge RR: 146/61
Lexington Belt RR: 102/10
Liberty & Vienna RR: 131/10, loco. 42
Liberty Car & Equipt. Co.: USRA freight cars, 128/14, 27
Liberty White RR: 72/100; 140/27, 28
"The Life of Edward Budd, Part 1: Pulleys, McKeen Cars, and the origins of the Zephyr,"
       by Mark Reutter, 172/5-34
"The Life of Edward Budd, Part 2: Frustration and Acclaim," by Mark Reutter,
       173/58-101
"The Life and Times of the East Broad Top RR & Coal Co.," by F. Kyper,
       110/43-58
"Life on the Pay Car," 134/94
"The Life Story of the Locomotive C.P. Huntington as Told by Itself," by D.L.
       Joslyn, 61/10-34
"Light at the End of a Very Long Tunnel: The Railroads and the Historians", by Albro
       Martin, 155/15-33 (Guest editorial)
Light Inspection Car Works: 127/84, 93 (hand cars)
"The Lightweight Passenger Car with Special Reference to Pullman," by William
       Van Der Sluys, 145/46-68
Ligonier Valley RR: 96/64; 108/14
"Lima Locomotive Works," by Edson and White, 123/81-90; loco. records of rod
       engines, 123/91-102; 124/77; "Super Power," 123/86-87; 129/5; locomotives
       produced, 132/47-55; locomotive production 1940s, 113/74
"The Lincoln inaugural and Funeral Train," by G.M. Campbeu, 93/67-72
"Lincoln on the New Haven and Boston and Albany Railroads," by W. Jacobs, 33/7-54
Lincoln Park & Charlotte RR: 81/32
Lincoln Sand & Gravel Co.: 156/59
"The Lion: Lone Survivor from Hinkley," 142/89-90; note 155/120
"[First Person:] Liquidating the Rock," by Richard J. Lane, 181/103-112
Lisbon, Necedah & Lake Superior RR: Wis/22, 32
Litchfield & Madison Ry: 154/23, loco. 159/67
Litchfield, Carrollton & Western RR: 156/57
Literature: "The Railroad in ...," by Frank P. Donovan, Lit/1-138; fiction,
       book length, Lit/5-20; fiction, short story, Lit/21-30; fiction, children,
       Lit/31-36; fiction, English and foreign, Lit/37-45; poetry, Lit/47-58; songs,
       Lit/59-72; phonograph records, Lit/72-76; biography, Lit/77-92; essay, Lit/93-101;
       travel, Lit/103-111; trolley guide, Lit/111; drama and movies, Lit/113-120;
       miscellaneous and general, Lit/121-128 (many of the listings only
       partially deal with railroading); "The Railroad in Literature," by Donovan,53/6;
       "The Railroad in Current Literature," by Donovan, 59/12-20; music, partial
       list, 35/50-51; hobby magazines, 59/85; railroad serials, 146/7-8; "Frank H.
       Spearman, the Zane Grey of Railroading," by F.P. Donovan, 93/7-10;
       "The Golden Age of Railroad Books," by James Plomer, 116/59-62; "Manuscript
       Sources for Railroad History," by R.C. Post, 137/38-63, 138/85 (list
       of 500 collections pertaining to about 400 railroads); "The Literature of the
       Railroad Buff: A Historian's Vlew,'' by C.W. Condit, 142/7-26; 143/5-6; "The
       Writing of Railroad History," by H. Roger Grant, 148/9-12; "Sounders and
       Silence: Some Isolated Train Order Stations in Fiction," by John R. Stilgoe,
       157/45-54; "Steel Wheels on Paper: The Railroad in American Literature," by Ian
       Marshall, 165/37-62; "Boomer Tales," by Thomas M. Jacklin, 185/46-65
Lithographs: list of known railroad lithographs, 35/38-46; 37/59-60
"The Little Giant: The Pittsburgh and Lake Erie RR," by Donald Duke, 112/7-38
Little Kanawha RR: 131/49
"The Little Locomotive with the Big Smoke Stack," by J. Loye, 22/59
Little Miami RR: Cincinnati passenger station, 132/5-10, 16, 18, 21-22; hand
       cars, 127/74-75; locos., 141/37, 45-49, 60; loco. 167/30, 31; mention, 108/68
"The Little Railroad That Lives for Beer," by C.B. Thomas, 112/64-66
Little Rock & Fort Smith RR: 49/21
Little Saw Mill Run RR: loco. 185/95
Little Schuylkill RR: history and roster, 108/19-20, 21; locos., 118/50-51;
       mention, 20/42; 46/42-43; 67/44, 47, 52; 91/30
Little Schuylkill & Susquehanna RR: history, 108/22-23; 109/28-29; financing,
       91/38; mention, 107/36
Little Schuylkill Nav. RR & Coal Co.: loco. 1838, 62/5 3; history and loco.
       1840, 101/38-39; mention, 67/g; 108/ 19, 22; 106/37; 105/39
Live Oaks & Gulf RR: 86/127
Live Oak & Rowland's Bluff RR: 86/66
Live Oak, Tampa & Charlotte Harbor RR: 86/66, 67
Live Oak, Tampa & Rowland's Bluff RR: 86/66
Livingston & South Eastern RR: 94/33 "The Location of Railroad Passenger
       Depots in Chicago and St. Louis, 1850-1900," by C. Abbott, 120/31-47
Locke Moore Lbr. Co.: 131/24
Lockport & Niagara Falls RR: locos. 1838, 6/25; 62/49; history and locos.
       1840, 101/39; 156/89; loco. 167/30
Locks and Canals Co.: 1839 letter, 4/44-45; history, 7/25, 29-31, 37, 42-48;
       partial loco. record, 7/44-45
Locomotive builders: "U.S. Steam Locomotive Builders," by D.K. Park, 132/ 47-55;
       RRH No. 197 comprises entirely a comprehensive survey history of American Steam Locomotive
       Builders, with articles: By John H. White, Jr.: "A Short History of American Locomotive
       Builders," 197/8-10; "The American Locomotive Industry,", 197/11-23; "Histories of the
       Individual Firms," 197/24-85; "Men Behind the Machines," 197/84-95; by Dan Cupper:
       "Steam Locomotive Nomenclature," 197/96-98; "American Locomotive Builders," (R&LHS article
       index), 197/99-101; "Daily News," (19th Century press clippings), 197/102-103; "A Survivors'
       Gallery," 197/104-111; Index 197/112-116
See also following headings (a specific citation indicates locomotive
       construction records):
       American Locomotive Co.
       Amoskeag Mfg. Co. (partial, 5/67-68)
       Appomattox Locomobve Works
       Aurora Locomotive Works
       Bailey, Blood & Co.
       Baldwin Locomotive Works (first 100, 8/20/23)
       Barnum, Richardson & Co.
       Blanchard & Kimball
       Blandy, H.F.
       Booth, H.J., & Co.
       Boston Loco. Works (142/53-88)
       Bouton, R.M. (Milldam Foundry)
       Brooks, James
       Brooks Loco. Works (first 100, 12/32-33)
       Buffalo Steam Engine Works
       Burr, D.J., & Co.
       Burr & Ettinger
       Burr, Sampson & Pae
       Chaplin & Lantz
       Chicago Loco. Works (122/59)
       Cooke Loco. Works
       Cooper, C., & Co.
       Covington Loco. Works
       Cowles, Sickles & Co.
       Crane iron Co.
       Cuyahoga Steam Furnace Co.
       Danforth, Charles & Son
       Danforth, Cooke & Co.
       Danforth Loco. and Machine Co., photo loco. F.E. Hinckley, 152/38
       Davenport Loco. Works
       Dawson & Baily
       Denmead, A. & W.
       Dennis, Thomas & Wood
       Dennis, Wood & Russell
       Detroit Loco. Works
       Dewey Brothers (112/55-63)
       Donahue, Booth & Co.
       Dotterer, Thomas
       Dunmore iron & Steel Co.
       Eastwick & Harrison
       Fifield, George E.
       Fulton iron Works
       Grant Loco. Works, ad 152/30
       Harrison, Joseph
       Harrison, Winans & Eastwick
       Hinkley & Williams
       Hinkley Loco. Works (first 100, 25/911; complete, 142/53-88)
       Garfield Loco. Works
       Garrett & Eastwick
       General Electric
       Globe Iron Works
       Godwin, Thomas W. & Co.
       Kentucky Loco. Works
       Kinmonds & Co. (22/40)
       Lancaster Loco. Works
       Latham & Co.
       Lawrence Machine Shop
       Lima (rod engines, 123/91-102); photo SP Daylight-types under const.
              152/39; 153/104
       Locks & Canals Co. (partial, 7/44-45)
       Long & Norris (101/9-10)
       Lowell Machine Shop
       Manchester Loco. Works (partial, first 100, 26/15-17)
       Marinette Iron Works
       Mason Machine Works (first 100, 15/31-33)
       McQueen, Walter
       Menominee Loco. Works
       Moore & Richardson
       Mount Savage Shop
       Moynihan & Aitken
       Murray & Hazelhurst
       Nashville Mfg. Co.
       National Loco. Works
       New Castle Mfg. Co. (18/37-39)
       New Jersey Loco. & Mach. Co.
       New York Loco. Works
       Niles & Co.
       Norris Loco. Works (150/57-114)
       North Pacific iron Works
       Olmstead, Tennys & Peck
       Palm, Robertson & Co.
       Paul & Beggs
       Paul & Son, Thomas H.
       Phoenix Foundry
       Porter Loco. Works
       Portland Co. (first 100, 9/15-19; complete, 139/24-38)
       Poughkeepsie Loco. Works
       Prescott, Scott & Co.
       Ranson Co.
       Rhode Island Loco. Works
       Richmond Loco. Works (130/88-89; 131/20; 132/93)
       Roanoke Machine Works (137/37)
       Rogers, Ketchum & Grosvenor (complete, 167/30-44)
       Rogers Loco. Works (complete, 167/45-147)
       Schenectady Loco. Works (first 104, 14/37-39)
       Scoville, H.H. & Sons
       Seth Boyden
       Siemens-Halske Co.
       Snyder Co., George W.
       South Chicago Loco. Works
       Souther, John
       Strong Loco. & Mfg. Co.
       Swinburne Loco. Works
       Swinburne, Smith & Co.
       Talbot & Brother
       Tanner & Delaney
       Taunton Loco. Works (first 100, 15/29-32)
       Thomson-Houston Co.
       Tredegar Iron Works
       Union Iron Works (Union Works), 68/49
       Uriah Wells (partial, 124/49)
       Virgmia Loco. Works
       Virginia Loco. & Car Co.
       Vulcan Works
       West Poimt Foundry (52/39)
       Westinghouse Electric Co.
       Winans, Ross (partial, 70/18-21)
       Young, Edward A.G. (18/37)
Locomotive components: See:
       Boiler
       Brakes
       Brick arch
       Feedwater heater
       Fireboxes
       Frames
       Pilots
       Pilot trucks
       Smoke stacks
       Stokers
       Superheaters
       Valve gear
       Whistles
Locomotive names:
       Agenoria (1829), 22/51
       Albion, 41/42
       America (aka Pride of Newcastle; D&H), "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
             "The Truth Behind the Pride of Newcastle", by Ray State. 201/71-85
       America (Grant), 38/58-59; 104/54-59
       Ant, 114/3740;photo, 103/between 48 and 49; 149/66
       Best Friend, 16/13, 16; 152/10; 171/23-24
       Bristol, photo 152/35 (Western RR.)
       Boston (Allegheny Portage), 5 3/67-68
       Catawissa, 46/32-33
       Centipede, 109/11-15
       Chesapeake, 172/65
       Cincinnati (South Carolina), 17/79-80
       Comet, 46/32-33
       The Consolidation, 172/67
       Countess of Dufferin, 15/11-12
       C.P. Huntington, 61/10-34; 158/56
       Daniel Nason, 11/5-6
       DeWitt Clinton, 9/4-5 (see also: Mohawk & Hudson RR)
       Dorcester, 39/50-52
       Dover, 152/87
       Edmund Rice, 107/25-27
       El Paso & S.W. No. 1, 15/59-60
       Emma Nevada Kimball, 62/71-75
       F.E. Hinckley, photo 152/38
       Galvani, 130/5-22
       General, 3/3444; 106/6-18
       George Washington (Norris, 1836),79/12-24, 75
       Gov. Bullock, Jr., 157/25
       Gowan and Marx, 35/12-15, 17; 47/46; 52/13-14; 91/12; 172/64
       Grenville, 156/30
       H.F. Shaw, 25/8
       James Tolman, 17/12-14
       Janus, 41/21
       John Bull, 143/165; 144/9-28; 152/10
       John C. Pratt, 56/98-100
       John Eliot, 152/42
       John Molson, 149/42-45
       Josephine, 28/28-29
       Lion, 5/5-6; 98/77-78; 142/89; photo152/46; 153/104
       Locomotion, 8/46-48
       Lorett Eames, 9/27-28
       Mamora, 12/13-14
       Mercury, 20/54-55
       Mississippi, 140/114-118
       Old Ironsides, 118/85-87
       Orange (Erie), 131/19
       Peoquop, 23/25-28
       Pioneer, photo152/46; 153/104
       Pride of Newcastle: See America
       Puffing Billy, 16/10, 11
       Queen Empress, 18/40-44
       R. B. Dunn, 151/49 (MeC)
       Ross Winans, 154/132
       Reuben Wells, 12/13; 123/33-34
       Samson, 41/42
       Sandusky, 44/42-45
       Shakopee, 153/19
       Sparta, 157/95
       Stockbridge, 16/21; 17/61
       Stourbridge Lion, 20/8-9, 13-14; 119/63
       Superior, 172/68
       Texas, 132/37-46
       Tiger, 98/76
       Tlalnepantla, 160/74
       Tom Thumb, 52/12; 73/46-53; 152/10
       Victory, 17/56, 57
       West Point, 37/71; drawing, 171/25
       William Crooks, 107/12-25
       William Penn, "The Travels of the 4-2-0 Locomotive . . .", by Kyle K. Wyatt", 201/64-70
       Woodbridge (NJ&NY), 181/118-122
       Young Lion of the West, 117/48-52
       York, 52/12
Locomotive rosters: "Locomotive Rosters for Major Railroads," by W.D. Edson,
       139/78-85; list of rosters appearing in annual reports, 1840s-1860s,
       18/70-72. See also headings for individual railroads.
Locomotive types:
       American: "The 4-4-0 Type of Locomotive," by P.T. Warner, 35/10-37
       Anthracite burning locomotive: "Comparative Listing of . . . ," 52/28;
              "The Development of the . . . ," by P.T. Warner, 52/11-28
       Atlantic type locomotives: ".," by Paul T. Warner, 62/7-20; "Atlantic
              Locomotives in New England," by C.E. Fisher, 116/50-55
       Beyer-Garratt: "Beyer Garratts Forever?," by J. W. Swanberg, 198/16-27
       Camelbacks: extant, 172/83
       Compounds: Cole, 68/67; Webb, 18/21, 4041; types, 18/25
       Decapods: "Russian . . . ," by William D. Edson, 124/64-76 (includes list
              of dispositions)
       Diesel-hydraulic: 184/8-19
       Dummies: see Steam dummies below
       Electric locomotives: "A Brief History of the First . . . ," by Robert S.
              Burpo, 106/19-23, 107/6
       Elephant: 182/78-79
       Fairlies: "Mason's Bogies," by C.E. Fisher, 41/15-22
       Flexible beam: 64/8, 8/15-16
       Forney: 66/36, 105/33-34, 36-37
       Gas turbime: 65/32
       Mikado: "Loggers and Shortlines, A Roster of Baldwin 90-Ton Mikes," by Raymond A. Piltz,
             Henry E. Bender, and Joseph A. Strapac, 196/65-71
       Moguls: "The Early . . . ," 91/125; "Mogul Type Locomotives," by
              Paul Warner, 140/7-22
       Northern: "Design-It-Yourself Locomotive," by Robert A. Le Massena, 182/22-57
       Pacific type: "Development of 4-6-2 Type, 17/65; first . . . (Strong),
              42/29; three cylinder 4-6-2, 68/70-71; ". . . Locomotives ' by P.T. Warner,
              68/61-82
       Rack: 8/16-17, 123/31-33
       Shay: 123/82-83
       Single Driver: "Single Driving Wheel," by John W. Merrill, 3/15-18; "Single Express
             Locomotives`" by John H. White, 114/27-36; "Single Wheel, Englisb," 11/39-40;
              "The Travels of the 4-2-0 Locomotive William Penn, by Kyle K. Wyatt", 201/64-70
Steam dummies: 99/8-26, photo between 32 and 33; 123/68-77; 139/ 37; 130/76;
              73/40; 71/between 20 and 21; "A Bunch of Dummies," by John H. White, Jr.,
              181/61-78
       Ten-Wheeler type: "History of 4-6-0 Type Locomotive," by Paul T.
              Warner, 64/8-31
       "Three Cylimder Locomotives," by Paul T. Warner, 58/18-31; 90/50
       "The U.S.R.A. Locomotive," by William D. Edson, 93/73-93; 81/64-66
Locomotive articles:
       "The American Locomotives of the Sixties," by Hugh G. Boutell, 46/34-36;
       "Of Builders Plates and Construction Numbers," by F.S. Graham, 92/94-100;
       "Canadian Locomotive Practice in Early Days," by Thompson and
       Edgar, 17/81-85; "Canadian Locomotives of the 1850s," by John Loye,
       18/8-20; "The Origin of Locomotive Class Names," by G.H. Gaskell (also
       has data on first loco. of each wheel arrangement built), 87/83-95; "An
       Early List of Locomotives" (1838 railroads, locos., and loco. builders),
       6/22-33; 62/44-62; 101/7-76; "Some Notes on Early English Locomotives
       in America," by G.W. Bishop, 5/63-66; "Early Narrow Gauge Locomotives in
       the West," by C.W. Hauck, 149/51-69; 153/102 "Electro-Magnetism as a
       Motive Power: Robert Davidson's Galvani of 1842," by R.C. Post, 130/5-22;
       "Famous Locomotives Still on Exhibition," by N. Thompson, 15/11-14; "The
       Future of the Locomotive as Viewed from a Historical Background," by Fred P.
       Huston, 68/27-39; "Historical Notes on Locomotive Design," by E.G. Young
       (1769-1840), 16/9-22; (1840-1890), 17/55-69; (1890-1913), 1821-27;"The
       Loco. Cranks," by James Kimball, 26/56; "Locomotive Builders of Paterson,"
       11/22-30; "Locomotive Builders of the United States," by C.E. Fisher,
       58/55-64 (by states), 58/64-68 (alphabetical); "Amtrak's F40PH,"
       by Kevin J. Holland, 200/56-65; "Roll Call of 200's," by Dan Cupper,
       200/66-84
"Locomotive Builders Not
       Mentioned in Bulletin No. 58, May 1942 ' by Walter F. Becker, 103/61-64;
       "Locomotive Building at Manchester, N.H.," by C.E. Fisher, 26/9-17;
       "Locomotive Building at Taunton, Mass.," by C.E. Fisher, 15/15-33;
       "Locomotives Built at Auburn-Additional information," 123/78-80; "Locomotives
       Built at Sacramento Shops," by D.L. Joslyn, 6/44-50; "Locomotive Costs"
       (1855), 53/64-66; "Locomotive Feed Water Heater," by John J. Alves, Jr.,
       73/63-68; "Locomotives for the Madison and Indianapolis Railroad," by
       Elmer G. Sulzer, 123/2343; "Locomotive Industry in the United States,
       1920-1960, A Study in Output and Structural Change," by Hugh S. Norton,
       113/66-78 "Early English Locomotives That Came to America," by
       C.E. Fisher, 20/36-43; "Some Early Locomotive Patents," by Paul T.
       Warner, 87/9-20; 97/47-62; "Locomotive Performance of Nearly 100 Years
       Ago," by C. E. Fisher (Boston and Worcester RR, 1835-1837), 23/9-22;
       Locomotive Shops in the United States in 1855," by C.E. Fisher, 8/24-31;
       "Lomonossoff-A Diesel Traction Pioneer," by Brian Reed, 128/35-49;
       "Modern Steam in the South: An Informal Study," by D.P.. Morgan, 129/5-17;
       "New Steam in the 1980s?" by W.L. Withuhn, 145/6-17; "The New
       'Century'" (16 sketches of early locomotives), 47/8-9; "Report Upon the
       Locomotive Engines and Principal Railroads of Northern and Middle States,
       1838," 13/3-36; "Passenger Locomotives: British versus American; a Glance
       at the '90s," by Fred Jukes, 100/52-63; "Von Gerstner and Our First Locomotives,"
       by C.E. Fisher, 62/44-62; "Who's in Last Place," by R.A. LeMassena,
       149/114-115 (last steam locos. built by different manufacturers); "Raub's Central
       Power: The Little Engine that Couldn't," by Gerald M. Best, 153/93-100;
       "Replacement Technology: The Diesel as a Case Study," by Maury Klein,
       162/109-120; "Steam vs. Diesel Locomotives," (1942) by Robert: Aldag,
       167/148-157; "A Mammoth Engine of 1878," by Augustus J. Veenendaal, Jr.,
       172/73-74 (Research Note); "Comments on the System and Shop Practices of the
       Baldwin Locomotive Works," by Brown and Vauclain, 173/102-141; "Dr. Borst's
       X-12: The Atomic Locomotive," by Thornton Waite, 175/37-55; "Boston & Albany
       Locomotives in 1912," by Francis D. Donovan, 177/109-117; "Business Strategies and
       Diesel Development," by Albert J. Churella, Dsl/22-37; "Culture Clash: Diesel vs.
       Tradition," by Robert Aldag, Dsl/89-99"; [Afterword:] The Enduring Diesel," by James
       L. Larson; Dsl/155-157; "Design-It-Yourself Locomotive," by Robert A. Le Massena,
       182/22-57 (survey of 4-8-4s); "Foreigners," (Kraus-Maffei diesel-hydraulic loco.) by
       Jeffrey Schramm, 184/8-19; "Biggest of the Big," by Robert A. LeMassena,
       184/96-103 (Virginian mallets); "Alco's Pioneer High Hoods," by Dan Cupper,
      194/37-45
Locomotives of the: "... Adirondack Railway," by David S. Weatherwax,
       74/36-38; "... Alton Route," by William D. Edson,156/55-85; "... Atchison,
       Topeka & Santa Fe Railway System," by Sylvan R. Wood, 75/6-182; "...
       Bangor & Aroostook Railroad," by C.E. Fisher, 53/3945; ". .. Boston &
       Maine," by C.E. Fisher, 29/8-14; 32/3041; 34/52-63; 35/62-76; 37/41-55;
       38/4048; "... Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburgh Railroad," by C.E. Fisher,
       84/46-54; 85/8; ". .. Canadian Pacific Railway," by Lavallee and Brown,
       83/7-93; "... Chicago Great Western," by William D. Edson,154/86-113;
       "... Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha," by William D. Edson,154/40-61;
       ". . . Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad and Its Subsidiary Lines," by
       F. Stewart Graham," 72/6-143; "... Denver & Rio Grande," by A.B. Harbus,
       77/6-33; " Elgin, Joliet & Eastern," by William D. Edson, 159/51-72; "...
       Fitchburg," by William D. Edson, 146/64-102; "... Grand Trunk Railway," by
       John Loye, 25/12-31; 28/ 28-35; " Gulf Mobile & Northern," by William D.
       Edson, 158/125-143; "... Katy," by Sylvan R. Wood, 63/8-132; ". . . Long
       Island Railroad," by Inglis Stuart, 10/7-28; ". . . Maine Central," by C.E. Fisher,
       55/64-72; 56/ 87-97; "... Minneapolis & St. Louis," by William D. Edson,
       154/62-85; "... Montpelier & Wells River Railroad and Barre & Chelsea
       Railroad," by F.S. Graham, 100/64-66; ". . . New York & Erie Railroad"
       (1840-1854), 16/44-49; "... New Haven Railroad," by C.E. Fisher, 40/62-71;
       41/29-36; 43/60-68; 44/64-81; 46/37-50; 47/79-89; 49/69-85; 50/7-27;
       52/73-81; "... Panama Railroad," by Alex Saunders, 80/57-66";. . . Richmond,
       Fredericksburg & Potomac," by James L. Larson, 177/87-107; 178/132-134;
       ". . . Sub-Lines of the Phila. & Reading Railway," by F.S. Graham, 118/43-60;
       ". . . Rutland Railroad and Its Subsidiary Lines and of the Adirondack & St. Lawrence
       and St. Lawrence & Adirondack Railroads," by F.S. Graham, 90/82-114; ". . .
       Southern Pacific Co.," by G.M. Best and David L. Joslyn, 94/7-169; "... South
       Park Railway," by M.C. Poor, 74/23-35; ". . . Spokane International," 161/94-97;
       ". . . Tennessee, Alabama & Georgia Railway," by James L. Larson, 180/137-141 ; "...
       Union Iron Works," by Gilbert H. Kneiss, 68/40-49;
Locomotives, misc. items:
       adoption of the name American, for 4-4-0 (1872), 126/105; vertical boiler
       loco. of 1880s, 121/photo between 10 and 11; Canadian locomotive builders
       list up to 1860, 56/32; costs of construction 1870-1923, 63/118-119;
       designs, early, 7/26-28; design of steam locos. m 1940s, 68/33-38; development
       in 1920s-1930s, 125/18-20, 24-26; English Locomotives in America,
       91/24-27; exhibition locos., 9/4-6; at Purdue University, 11/5-8; 12/13-14;
       14/6-7; formula for determining rated tractive effort of compound locomotive,
       75/179-181; James S. French hill climbing experiment at Richmond,
       Virginia, 1850-1851, 82/ 52-53; inside versus outside connected, 35/17-18;
       naming locos., 124/61-63; power per pound of weight, 3/53-54; rebuilding,
       102/43-46; snow, locos. in (1885), 130/67; steam loco. (1850), 133/48;
       speed and power in mid 1800s, 129/ 118; streamlined loco. design by Otto
       Kuhler, 1934, 35/9; traction increasing devices, 96/56; "Draughting the Steam
       Engine", by Robert M. Vogel, 152/17-28; "The Steam Engine in Prints and
       Photographs," by , John H. White Jr., 152/29-41; photo WM No. 6, largest
       Shay ever built, 155/79; Erie camelback mallet photo, 158/18; "Running a
       Locomotive in 1856: The Log of H. S. Haines," by George A. Kennedy,
       164/86-94; "Driving and Feeding Iron Horses: Experience on the New Haven
       Railroad, 1926-1939," by Arthur M. Bixby, Sr., 170/60-71; "Look Mom - No
       Flanges! Blind Tires Were Once Commonplace," by John H. White, Jr., 172/63-68;
       extant camelbacks, 172/83; "Locomotive Inspection Materials at the National Archives,"
       by Mark Aldrich, 175/132-134 (Research Note); "Energy Conservation on Steam
       Railroads: Institutions, Markets, Technology, 1889-1943," by Mark Aldrich, 177/7-42;
       "Industrial Design Speeds Forward," by Jeffrey L. Meikle, Dsl/62-72; "[Locomotive
       Notes] Steam Singletons," by George H. Drury, 182/88-93
Locomotive Stoker Co.: 128/50ff, 60-67
Locust Gap RR: 107/30
Locust Gap Improvement RR: 108/30
Locust Gap Lateral Connecting RR: 108/30
Lodi RR: iron passenger car, 4/33, 35
Logging locos.: Dewey Brothers, 112/55-63; "Logging Railroads of Northern
       Minnesota," by F.A. King, 93/94-115
Lone Star Steel Co.: 158/124
Long & Norris: records, 101/9-10; 150/17ff
Long Beach Marine RR: loco. 162/63
Long Bell Lbr. Co.: 63/60; 94/109; 114/39, 40
Long Island RR: "Locomotives of the . . . ," by Inglis Stuart, 10/7-28 (first
       51); "Yesterdays on the . . . ," by A. Curran, 41/3840; locos., 1838, 6/25;
       62/48; history and locos., 1840, 101/39-40; 103/69; operations and locos.,
       1837, 13/3-5; 4-2-2 loco., 17/65; DD-1 electric locos., 66/57-58; Boston
       passenger train thru service (1850s), 65/76; Atlantic Ave., Brooklyn tunnel,
       65/76; early finance, 132/63, 69; USRA freight cars, 128/19, 28;
       mention, 1/15; 29/13; emblems 153/43; loco. 162/76; 167/31
"Long Trains and Heavy Trainloads," 143/162 (from Moody, The Railroad
       Builders, 1921)
Longview, Portland & Northern RR: loco. No. 670, 36/38, 41; 136/40
"Look Mom - No Flanges! Blind Tires Were Once Commonplace," by John H. White, Jr.,
       172/63-68; 173/159-160
"Looking Back-Fifty Years of American Railroading," by E.W. Williams,
       124/5-46; 127/96-98
Lorain & West Virginia Ry.: 185/68, 70, 96
Lorain, Ashland & Southern RR: 49/66
Lorberry Creek RR: 105/40-41
Lorton & Occoquan RR: "The . . . ," by C.B. Thomas, 108/ 34-38
Los Angeles: early steam suburban railroads, 99/8-26; cable cars,
Los Angeles & Eagle Rock Valley RR: 99/14-15
Los Angeles & Glendale RR: 99/15
Los Angeles & Independence RR: 80/17, 19, 24; 94/20, roster 135; SP/16, 106
Los Angeles & Long Beach RR: history and roster, 99/16-17
Los Angeles and Ocean Park RR: 99/19
Los Angeles & Pacific RR: history and roster, 99/12-13
Los Angeles & Redondo RR: history and roster, 99/22-24
Los Angeles & Salt Lake RR: 100/41; loco. No. 36, 99/photo between 16 and 17
Los Angeles & San Diego RR: 80/17, 21, 26
Los Angeles & San Diego Beach Ry: "High Road to La Jolla," by R.P. Middlebrook,
       123/68-77; history and locos., 71/16, 23-24, photo opp. 21
Los Angeles & San Gabriel Valley RR: history and roster, 99/18-19, photo
       between 8 and 9; locos., 75/24, 95, 156-157; mention, 80/38; SF/17
Los Angeles & San Pedro: "Phineas Banning and the . . . ," by G.H. Kneiss, 97/27-54;
       "A Note on the ...," by R.V. Mills, 55/58-63; extension east of Los Angeles, 97/45-54;
       loco. notes, 94/134, 138; 180/8, 27; mention, 80/15; 94/21; SP/16, 105
Los Angeles & Santa Monica Ry: 80/40
Los Angeles County RR: history and roster, 99/12-13, photos between 16 and 17
Los Angeles Outer Harbor Terminal RR: photo of No. 1, 99/24
Los Angeles, Pasadena & Glendale RR: history & roster, 99/9, 17-18, 20,
       photo between 16 and 17
Los Angeles Terminal RR: 99/18, 19-21, photos opp. 24, 16 and 17;
       mention, 100/41
Los Angeles, Utah & Atlantic RR: 99/19
"[Preservation Topics] Loss at Kinzua," by Dan Cupper: 189/104-111
Lost Creek Ry: CNW/17
"Lot 646," by C.L. Collom, 91/98-102 (Pennsylvania narrow gauge RRs)
"Louisa Railroad, 1836-1850," by L.A. Armitage, 65/59-66; roster, 130/69
Louisiana & Arkansas RR: "The ...: Structure and Operation in the Age of
       Steam," by A.E. Brown, 144/50-75; roster, 144/60-72; 146/103; Russian
       2-10-0s, 124/73, 74, photo between 66 and 67; emblems 153/42
Louisiana & Missouri River RR: 156/57
Louisiana & North West RR: 140/37, 91; 119/54
Louisiana, Arkansas & Texas RR: roster, 144/66, 70; history, 144/56-57
Louisiana Eastern RR: 144/72; 147/143; locos. 157/98, 106
Louisiana Midland RR: 2-10-0, 124/73, 74; mention, 144/62, 66
Louisiana Penitentiary: Loco. Jack, photo, 123/88B
Louisiana Ry and Nav. Co.: 2-10-0, 124/71, 73; history, 144/53-54,56,57;
       roster, 144/64-66; 146/103; mention, 119/55; 140/103
Louisiana Ry & Nav. Co. of Texas: roster, 144/70
Louisiana Western RR: 94/21, loco. notes, 27, 32-35; SP/17, 23, 27-30
Louisville & Cincinnati RR: 5/12
Louisville & Frankfort RR: locos, 7/70; mention, 7/67;5/8, 11
Louisville & Interurban RR: 151/23
Louisville & Lexington RR: 5/11-12; 7/68
Louisville & Nashville RR: "Watching the Trains Go By," G.H. Latham, 53/69-71;
       "The Memphis Branch of the .. .. 1850-1871," by G.W. Lindsey, 81/55-57;
       "... Pacifics and Mountains," by D.P. Morgan, 87/36-46; "A Kentucky
       Thoroughbred, A Workhorse, and Two Old Sires," by E.G. Sulzer, 102/6-26;
       Lexington-Paris branch, 102/6-14; Bloomfield branch, 102/ 14-15; Frankford
       branch, 102/25-26; Portland, Kentucky, track, 102/26; "The Dixie
       Flyer," by J.G. Bogle, 124/18-21; "Train Sheds Preserved in Stations of
       .... ," by C.W. Condit, 127/5-21 (Louisville, Chattanooga, Montgomery,
       New Orleans); Pan American train whistle on daily radio, 53/71; early
       history and locos., 5/7-15; locos. No. 67 and 124, 7/74; recollections of
       early days, 7/67-72; change in track gauge, 34/33; predecessor lines in
       Florida, 86/114-123; lease of Mammoth Cave RR, 99/32, 33; early 2-6-0,
       100/8, photo between 8 and 9, 11; involvement with Artemus Jellico RR,
       108/7ff; USRA freight cars, 128/18, 20, 28-33; modern steam locos., 129/12,
       13, 17; E H. Greene, 137/4; mention, 108/68; 113/36; locos. 152/82; 177/107;
       180/139; emblem 153/44; Thatcher Perkins career at, 169/63-67
Louisville, Cincinnati & Charleston RR: 17/73; 68/4
Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington RR: Cincinnati station, 132/21-22; mention,
       5/10, 12; 102/16; 131/53
Louisville, Evansville & St. Louis RR: 109/53
Louisville, Harrods Creek & Westport RR: 78/6
Louisville, New Albany & Chicago RR: 19/19, 20; 70/22,29
Louisville, New Orleans & Texas RR: 140/7, loco. 98, 100, 101
Louisville, Paducah & South Western RR: 140/7, loco. 80
Louisville Tie Co: 158/133, 138
Lowell & Hastings RR: 129/21
Lowell Machine Shop: 7/31, 39, 41, 48-57; 8/25
Lowell, Massachusetts: "Early Locomotive Building in . . . ," by E.R. Clark, 7/25-57
Loyalhanna Coal & Coke Co.: 162/77
Lubrizol Corp.: 152/104
Ludlow & Southern RR: 100/40; roster, 100/42
"Ludwig Homberger: An Extraordinary Man," by Alfred C. Mierzejowski, 179/117-134
Lutcher-Moore Cypress Lumber Co.: 162/64
Lufkin Land & Lbr. Co.: 75/31
Lugar Lbr. Co.: Wis/64, 68
Lutcher & Moore Tbr. Co.: 94/32
"Luxuries of Railway Travel" (1905), 138/108
Lykens Valley RR (& Coal Co.): history, 105/43-45;mention, 110/63
Lyon Cypress Lumber Co.: 162/73, 74
Lyons and Chicago RR: 73/58


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