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Mackinaw & Marquette RR: Wis/39
Macomb & Western Illinois RR: CNW/35
Macon & Birmingham RR: 49/66; 88/97, 98
Macon & Brunswick RR: 10/9
Macon & Western RR: loco. 167/31
Macon, Dublin & Savannah RR: 2-10-0, 124/74; mention, 131/87
Macoupin County RR: CNW/22,52
Mad River & Lake Erie RR: locos. 1838, 6/33, 62/61; history & locos. 1840,
       101/40; history, 134/34-38; loco. 167/30, 31; mention, 7/50
Mad River & Sandusky RR: "The Rogers Locomotive Sandusky," 44/4245
Madison & Beloit RR: 31/47
Madison & Indianapolis RR: rack loco., 8/16-17; 17/59; locos. 1839, 62/61;
       history and locos. 1840, 101/41; 141/37; mention, 131/120; "Locomotives for
       the Madison Hill," by Elmer Sulzer, 123/23-43; history, 123/23-30; locos.,
       123/30-43; roster thru 1852, 123/41-42; loco. 167/31
Madison & Portage RR: 54/2; Wis/20, 29
Madison & Prairie du Chien RR: 58/47
Madison, Fond du Lac & Lake Michigan RR: 35/78
Madison, Lodi & Baraboo RR: 49/58
Madrid RR: 37/23-26; history, 57/4749
Magazines: "Monthly Publications," 59/85 (Trains and Railroad Magazine); Trains, award,
       176/111; "[Print & Image] A Magazine for Railfans," by Cornelius W. Hauck,
       182/95-96 (Lionel Magazine, 1930s); 184/150; Railroad and Railroad Stories
       Magazines, 185/46-65; 186/145-146; See also Literature
"The Magic Box: Genesis of the Container," by John H. White, Jr. 158/72-93; 160/134
Magma Arizona RR: 94/131; section car photo, 127/89
"The Magnolia Cut-Off" by F.E. Riffle, 91/103-121 (B&O RR)
Magor Car Corp.: USRA freight cars, 128/14, 27
Mahanoy & Broad Mountain RR: 106/35; 107/31, 34; 108/21, 29-30; 119/map 64
Mahanoy & Shamokin RR: 108/29, 32; 110/64
Mahanoy Plane: 1834 accident, 119/63-64; 102/29; 107/36-37, 38
Mahanoy, Shamokin & Schuylkill RR: 106/35
Mahoning Coal Co's. RR: 112/16
Mahoning State Line RR: 112/16
Mahoning Valley RR: 81/33; 84/50; 108/30, 32; 119/37, 43
Maine: "The First Locomotives in the State of Maine," by C.S. Given, 15/34-37;
       locomotives on exhibit at the Univ. of Maine, 9/5-6; loco. Lion, 142/89
Maine Central RR: "The . . . and its Leased Lines," by C.E. Fisher, 3/45-53
       (early history); "Early Locomotives of the . . . ," by C.S. Given, 12/34-36;
       "Locomotives of the . . . ," by C.E. Fisher, 55/64-72; 56/87-97 (includes
       subsidiaries); "A Former Rail Center in the White Mountains, North Conway,
       New Hampshire," by C.F.H. Allen,59/37-42; "The Ten Wheelers on the . . . ,"
       by C.F H. Allen, 66/51-52; "The Maine Central in Northern New Hampshire,"
       by C.F.H. Allen, 99/42-54; abandonment, Coos Junction to North Stratford,
       99/44; wrecks, 99/50; "The Boston and Mount Desert Limited,"
       82/73-83; 85/ 57; "The End of Steam on the . . . ," by C.F.H. Allen,
       108/39-46; roster, 108/46-48; "The Flying Yankee," by R.F. Dole, 148/68-75;
       "The ... Waterville Shops Strike of 1922," by G.H. Merriam, 149/83-99;
       loco. Penobscot, 9/ 11-14; Sandy River and Rangely Lakes RR control, 37/27;
       57/55, 63; involvement with Wiscasset, Waterville & Farmington RR, 43/45,
       46, 47; 1870 rules, 50/41-42; Bar Harbor & St. John's Express, 55/6-7;
       history, 55/64-65; corporate map, 56/97; USRA freight cars, 128/28-33;
       whistles, 106/photo between 28 and 29; mention, 17/19, 23, 26, 28; new
       mail cars (1881), 139/15; 1871 box car photo, 139/16; "The Mountain
       Division of the . . . ," by C.F.H. Allen, 61/62-65; photo loco. R.B. Dunn 152/49;
       "The Railroad: Predecessor Lines and Locomotives,", by William D. Edson,
       152/48-84; emblem 153/28; 156/21ff
Maine Shore Line RR: 152/52
Maintenance of way: history of handcars, 127/65-96. See also Track
Malone & St. Lawrence RR: 90/111-112
Malone, New York: "The Malone Shops," by L. Doherty,59/49-53; ". . . Wheeler
       Station," by L. Doherty, 49/91-94; 90/11
Mammoth Cave RR: "The . . . ," by E. Sulzer, 99/31-41
"A Mammoth Engine of 1878," by Augustus J. Veenendaal, Jr., 172/73-74 (Research
       Note); 173/158-159
"A Man and A Bridge," by Mary Cumming, 31/17-19
"'A Man of Large Experience': Edwin Noyes and Railroad Develpment in Maine,"
       156/11-29
Management: "Errors of Railroad Management" (1859), 18/56
Manassas Gap RR: 105/25, 26, 27; 108/ 50-54, 61
Manchester RR: 22/53, 54
Manchester & Lawrence RR: 17/18; roster, 35/62-63; loco. notes, 31/9
Manchester & Oneida RR: 132/78; 136/ 79; 140/25; loco. 154/92
"Manchester, Dorset & Granville RR Co.," by G.M. Campbell, 85/54-56; 90/89;
       VC/59
Manchester Locomotive Works: "Locomotive Building at Manchester, New
       Hampshire," by C.E. Fisher, 26/9, 12-17; loco. records, first 100, 26/15-17;
       mention, 8/24; 20/56; 56/54
Manhattan Ry: see New York Elevated
Manhattan, Alma & Burlingame RR: locos., 75/24, 150-151
Manistee & Grand Rapids: 49/66
Manistee & Luther RR: loco. 185/75
Manistique RR: 133/106
Manistique & Lake Superior RR: 133/33, loco., 106
Manistique & Northern RR: 133/33
Manitowoc & Minneapolis RR: Wis/67
Manitowoc & Mississippi RR: 54/10, 134; history, 121/35-37
Manitowoc & Western RR: 54/96
Manitowoc, Green Bay & North Western Ry: Wis/10, 18
Mansfield & Sandusky City RR: loco 167/31
Mansfield, Coldwater & Lake Michigan RR: history, 119/67-71
Mansfield Ry & Transportation Co.: 108/14
Manufacturers RR (Connecticut): 26/30, photo between 28 and 29
Manufacturers & Consumers RR: 105/49
Manufacturers & Consumers Anthracite RR: 106/35
Manure Railways: 165/119-120; 166/135
"Manuscript Sources for Railroad History," by Robert C. Post, 137/38-63;
       138/85
Maple River RR: 132/80, 81
Maple Valley RR: 132/78
Marianna & Blountstown RR: 140/36
Marianna Long Pine Co: 158/133
Maricopa & Phoenix RR: 94/79, 132, 133, 146; SP/17, 103, 104
Maricopa, Phoenix & Salt River Valley RR: 94/21, 133, 146;SP/17, 103, 104
Marietta & Cincinnati RR: 3/28
Marietta & North George RR: 63/98
Marin & Napa RR: 29/29
Marinette Iron Works RR: 103/64 (loco. builder)
Marinette, Tomahawk & Western RR: 84/ 54; 119/52; 136/60; CNW/27; Wis/22,
       32,51-52; loco.154/84; 159/71
Marion RR: 98/69
Marion & Eastern RR: 2-10-0, 124/73, 74, photo between 66 and 67
Marion, Dubuque & South Western RR: 132/73
"Mark Freeman and the Destruction of Pennsylvania Station: An Artist in Love with his
       City," by Keith L. Bryant, Jr., 171/45-54
Markesan & Brandon RR: Wis/21, 31
Market Street Steam Ry (San Francisco): 65/11; 135/88; 138/75
"The Marl Trains of the Camden and Amboy RR," by N.R. Ewan, 90/154-156
Marquette & Lake Superior RR," 111/11
Marquette & Mackinaw RR: 111/38, 47, 49
Marquette & Ontonagon RR: 111/11, 15, 16-21; roster, 111/22-23; 98/8
Marquette & South Eastern Ry: 98/17-19; roster, 98/29
Marquette & State Line RR: 111/11
Marquette, Houghton & Ontonagon RR: history, 111/21; 23-28, 38, 42, 43, 45,
       46, 48, locos., 28-33
Marquette, Rockford & South Western RR: 156/57
Marquette, Sault Ste. Marie & Mackinaw RR: 111/34-35
Marquette Western RR: 111/26, 38; history and roster, 41/44
Marshall & East Texas RR: 49/66
Marshalltown & Dakota RR: 132/78
Marshfield & Southwestern RR: 54/79; Wis/64, 68
Martin Coal & Coke Co.: 174/91
Martin Lumber Co., H.H.: 162/68
Martinsville & Franklin RR: 123/28
Maryland & Delaware RR: 21/28, 33
Maryland & New York iron & Coal Co's. RR: 66/40-42
Maryland & Seacoast RR: 98/69
Maryland, Delaware & Virginia RR: 98/69
Maryland Granite Co.: 162/75
Maryland Lumber & Mining Co.: 155/109
Maryland Mining Co's. RR: 66/40
Mascot & Western RR: 94/88, 109; SP/72, 91
Mason & Oceana RR: "The . . . ," by R.W. Garasha, 89/82-96; roster, 89/91
Mason City & Clear Lake RR: 132/78
Mason City & Fort Dodge RR: 132/78; history, 146/15-17; locos., 143/42; 154/34
Mason City & Minnesota RR: 132/74
Mason County Log. Co.: 100/40
Mason Machine Works: "The Rival Builders," by C.E. Fisher, 2/27-42 (partial
       loco. records); "Locomotive Building at Taunton, Massachusetts," by C.E.
       Fisher, 15/20-29; first 100 loco. records, 15/31-33; "Mason's Bogies," by
       C.E. Fisher, 41/15-22; recollections of George Haggerty putting Mason locos.
       into service, 17/32, 34ff; Fairlie locos., 98/49-52; narrow gauge locos. sold to
       the West, 149/59; mention, 7/56; 35/19; 64/11-12; 88/6
Massachusetts: "Some Interesting Diaries of Henry W. Richards," 15/38-44
       (1845-1899); Sunday passenger service limitations (1850s), 85/57-59
Massachusetts Central RR: 17/22
Massachusetts Construction Co.: 162/73
Massillon RR: 185/70
Matamoras & New York RR: 70/73
Material Services Corp.: 159/57, 70
Mattoon Ry: CNW/12, 29; Wis/65 photo
Mattoon Lbr. Co.: CNW/49
Mauch Chunk & Summit Hill RR: 9/35; 1827 description, 30/34; 44/95; 91/13;
       110/59-60
"Maximum Efficiency and Economy," by Paul T. Warner, 143/19
May's Landing & Egg Harbor RR: 73/33-35
Maysville & Lexington RR: 5/12, 15; 102/6, 10-11
McAlpine Log. RR, John: 93/97
McCauley Mountain RR: 108/23
McCauley Mountain & Black Creek RR: 109/28
"The McConnell Locomotive," by CE. Fisher, 90/162-163 (UP RR)
McCoy Logging: 143/32
McCloud River RR: "Lumbering Mikes,", by Raymond A. Piltz, 196/58-64
McDonald & Onderdonck Contractors: 162/69, 76
McGoldrick Lbr. Co.: 94/70; 143/72
McGowin, W.M. Lumber Co.: 177/104
McGregor & Missouri RR: 132/74
McGregor & Sioux City RR: 132/74
McGregor & Western RR: 132/73,74
McGregor Western Ry: 95/47
McGuire-Cummings Mfg. Co.: USRA Freight Cars, 128/14, 27
McKean & Buffalo RR: 80/68-69; 131/24
McKean County RR: 76/47
McKean County (Pennsylvania): "The Railroads of McKean County," 76/36-68;
       78/64-85; 80/68-85; 81/29-54; 82/58-67; 91/98-102
McKee & Fuller Car Works: advertisement 1883, 138/9
McKeen motor car: 172/15ff
McKeesport & Belle Vernon RR: 112/14, 38
McKeesport, Duquesne & Wilmerding Ry: 151/19
McManus, P., Contractor: 162/76, 78, 79
McMinnville & Manchester RR: 90/75, 76
McPherson, Texas & Gulf RR: 60/30
McQueen, Walter: 7/38-39; 14/27, 29, 35-36
Mead Run RR: 81/43-48
MeadviBe RR: 71/40
Mears passes: 73/7-15, 97/55
Mecca Lumber Co.: 162/65, 73
Medix Run RR: 70/60
Megantic Junction Ry: 28/44
Melton Lbr. Co.: 88/90
"Memoranda Concerning the Union Pacific RR," by D.L. Harris, 32/15-29
Memphis & Charleston RR: history, 90/72-80; notes, 108/57-58, 59, 68-72;
       mention, 9/40; 131/52
Memphis & Chattanooga RR: 131/52
Memphis & Little Rock RR: 108/59, 74
Memphis & Louisville Air Line RR: 81/55
Memphis & Nashvide RR: 81/55
Memphis & Ohio RR: 81/55-57
Memphis & Pacific RR: 135/36
"The Memphis Branch of the Louisville & Nashville RR," by C.W. Lindsey,
       81/55-57
Memphis-Chattanooga RR: 90/77
Memphis, Clarksville & Louisville RR: 81/55-57
Memphis, El Paso & Pacific RR: "French Locomotives for the. . . ," by Fred
       Jukes, 92/90-93; 103/65; mention, 71/7; 80/14; 135/36; loco. Mississippi
       River photo, 93/124
Menasha & Appleton RR: 54/43-44; Wis/21, 31
Mengel Co.: 158/135
Menominee Branch RR: Wis/21, 31
Menominee River Ry: Wis/9, 17
Menomonee Ry: Wis/9, 17, 33, 36
Menomonee Loco. Works: 8/31
"[Print & Image] Menu Art," by John D. Denney, Jr. 105-111
Merchandise Special (MP fast freight) 153/78
Merchant's DispatchCo.: 141/104
Merchants Limited: 1/26; 138/29 (NYNH&H RR)
Mergers: 1960s-1970s, 125/43-44
Meriden Electric Ry: photo, 26/28
Meriden, Waterbury & Connecticut River RR: 40/64, 65; 41,32
Meriden, Waterbury & Cromwell RR: 17/23; 49/81
Meridian & Bigbee River RR: 140/32, 33, 36, 38, 46, 93; loco. 158/138
Meridian & Memphis RR: locos. 158/130, 138
Meridian, Brookhaven & Natchez RR: 140/7, 12, 117
Merrill& Ring Co.: roster, 93/97
Merritt-Chapman Wrecking Co.: 162/69, 73
Mesabe Southern RY: 93/98, 101
"Messrs. Harrison, Winans & Eastwick, St. Petersburg, Russia," by R E. Pennoyer,
       47/46-53
Metro-North Commuter RR: "Conductoring Today on Metro-North,"
       by J.W. Swanberg, 187/40-43
Metropolitan Elevated Ry.: loco. 162/60
Mexican Gulf RR: history and locos. (1840), 101/41
Meyers 1851 container cars: 6/34
Miami Mineral Belt Ry: 60/15, 68
Michigan RR, State of: 19/4-7; 67/26
Michigan Air Line RR: 19/26; 147/61
Michigan-California Lbr. Co. RR: 118/68, 69
Michigan Car Works: 138/11
Michigan Cedar Co.: 162/62, 63
Michigan Central RR: "The . . . ," by C E. Fisher, 19/4-31; 21/35-36 (brief
       history and abstracts from annual reports, 1847-1876); loco. record 1854,19/14-15;
       loco. record 1869, 19/24-25; entering Chicago, 3/31; "Old . . . Engine in
       Service," 14/22-23; locos. 1839, 62/61; John B. Jervis, 30/20-22; shops and
       locos. at Jackson, 37/62-63; Ann Arbor train service (19lOs), 34/64-66;
       1869 passenger train schedule, 32/28; "High Liners," by A. Curran (4-6-2s),
       38/56-57; Chicago station, 43/69ff; Detroit train service, 44/88-89; Woodruff
       sleeping cars, 59/33-34; involvement with Aurora Branch RR, 76/6-10;
       95/72, 73; with Canada Southern RR, 70/32-35; with New Albany &
       Salem RR, 70/27-28; history and locos. 1840, 101/41; pay car (1879),
       134/94; USRA freight cars, 128/16, 17, 28-33; Boston Board of Trade
       Special (1870), 135/79, 85; Pullman cars, 138/45; competition with Michigan
       Southern, 183/8-29; mention, 7/54; 59/72; 18/12; 27/15, 29; 87/61, 62, 65;
       92/ 83, 87; Q2/14
Michigan Midland & Canada RR: 70/32
"Michigan's Iron Cobweb," by Fred C. Olds, 129/18-34 (Pere Marquette)
Michigan Lime & Chem. Co.: 159/57
Michigan Peninsular Car Co.: 138/11
Michigan Southern RR: John B. Jervis, 30/20-22; history and locos. 1840,
       101/42; Chicago depot, 120/32-37; train trip 1869-1871, 127/60-62;
       competition with Michigan Central, 183/8-29; mention, 87/61-62
Michigan Southern & Northern Indiana RR: 19/10-11, 13, 18; 87/62-65, 66
Middle Georgia & Atlantic RR: loco. 180/139
Middle States Const. Co.: 174/91
Middleboro & Taunton RR: 17/19, 21; 46/43
Middleborough RR: loco. Mercury photo, 2/32
Middleburgh & Oak Hill RR: 37/9
Middlesex Valley RR: 126/17, 42, 107
Middletown RR: 22/55
Middletown & Crawford RR: 40/18; 131/10,44
Middletown & Unionville RR: 40/31; 47/74; 2-10-0, 124/72, 74;
       bus operations 155/51
Midland Ry (Indiana): 141/51
Midland RR (Massachusetts): 20/58; 22/56; 49/69
Midland RR of Pennsylvania: 105/46
Midland Continental RR: 119/51; loco. 172.53
Midland Electric Coal Corp.: 154/71
Midland Pennsylvania RR: loco. 174/91
Midland Terminal RR: 36/20-21
Midland Valley RR: 60/13, 49, 50
Mileage ticket books: 105/16; "Mileage Tickets on the Reading Railroad,"
       141/76
Milford & Matamoras RR: 70/70-71
Milford & Woonsocket RR: 1/13; 17/23; 49/70, 83
Milford, Matamoras & New York RR: "The . . . ," by G.M. Best, 70/70-75
Milk traffic by interurban: 151/23, 25
Mill Creek & Mine Hill RR: 9/35; 107/38
Mill Creek & Mine Hill Nav. & RR Co.: 106/37, 38, 39
Mill Creek Valley RR: 61/82; 64/36, 41; 93/17
Mill Link Lbr. Co.: 94/33
Mill Spring, Current River & Barnesville RR: 123/44
Miller Brent Lbr. Co.: 127/99
Millers Creek RR: 66/43, 47, 48,50; loco. 155/109
"Million Dollar Silk Train," 139/90
Millstone & New Brunswick RR: 88/142
Millville & Glassboro RR: 118/53
Milwaukee & Horicon RR: 35/77;Wis/20, 27
Milwaukee & Lake Winnebago RR: 54/52-53, 59, 71, 96, 98;Wis/64, 67
Milwaukee & Madison RR: Wis/9, 17
Milwaukee & Mississippi RR: history, 136/10-11, 25; 58/46-49;Wis/20, 27; 179/70;
       locos., 136/67, 68; mention, 35/77; 10/40; 27/25
Milwaukee & Northern Ry: lease to Wisconsin Central RR: 54/16, 43-45;
       northern Michigan lines, 111/19, 27, 52; Wis/20, 21, 22, 29, 31; "The . . . ,"
       by Ray Specht, 121/1-31; roster, 121/33-34; 136/25, locos., 51, 53,
       75, 76, 78,79,82, 88
Milwaukee & Prairie du Chien RR: 15/6162; 35/77; 54/43; 95/48; 136/11-12
Milwaukee & St. Paul RR: pontoon bridge at Prairie du Chien, 58/49-54; loco.
       D.A. Olin, 17/87; inspection engme Messenger, 103/66-67; 136/12-13, loco.,
       87; mention, 15/61-62; 35/78; 95/47, 48; Wis/20, 28; 179/70
Milwaukee & State Line Ry: Wis/10, 18
Milwaukee & Superior RR: 121/1, 2, 10, 17; 36/25, locos. 51, 78, 88; Wis/22, 32
Milwaukee & Watertown RR: 35/77; 25, loco. 66; Wis/20, 27
Milwaukee & Waukesha RR: 58/46
Milwaukee, Bay View & Chicago RR: 159/54
Milwaukee, Dexterville & Northern RR: Wis/22, 31
Milwaukee Electric Lines: 151/34
"Milwaukee, Lake Shore & Western RR," by Ray Specht, 121/35-73; roster,
       121/63; roster, CNW/12, 47-52, 66-67; Wis/8,9, 16, 17; Ashland iron ore dock,
       121/S4-SR. lease to Wisconsin Central, 54/28; mention, 111/27
Milwaukee, Manitowoc & Green Bay RR: Wis/8, 16; 121/40
Milwaukee, Menomonee Falls & Western RR: Wis/22, 31
Milwaukee Road: ". . . Locomotives," by W.D. Edson, 136/28-129. See also
       Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul RR
Milwaukee, Sparta & North Western RR: Wis/10, 18
Milwaukee Terminal Ry: 84/18
Minarets & Western Ry.: 160/25ff
Mine Hill RR: 47/69; 67/28, 70
Mine Hill & Schuylkill Haven RR: history, 105/39, 42-43;
       107/28-32; roster, 107/32-33; loco. notes, 118/51-52,
       photo between 48 and 49; mention, 106/33,
       35, 37; 107/38; 110/63; 67/28, 70
Mineral RR (Ohio): 5 3/21; 98/79
Mineral Point RR: 136/36, loco. 75; Wis/ 20, 28; photo, 69
Mineral Range RR: 111/26, 52, 57, 75-79, 81
Minn. Sugar Co.: 154/42
Minneapolis & Eastern RR: 154/46
Minneapolis & North Western RR: 143/11
Minneapolis & Pacific RR: 146/24-25; Wis/55
Minneapolis & Rainy River Ry: history and roster, 93/102-104
Minneapolis & St. Cloud RR: 143/12; Wis/ 42
Minneapolis & St. Croix Ry: 146/24; Wis/55
Minneapolis & St. Louis RR: "The ... Co.," by O.H. Means, 31/33-45;
       control of Colorado & Southern and Colorado Midland RR, 36/28; roster,
       31/36-41; USRA freight cars, 128, 28-33; mention, 35/42; 132/76, 77, 78
       emblems 153/65; "Three Components of the Chicago & Northwestern: The
       Omaha Road, The Louie, and the Great Weedy," by H. Roger Grant,
       154/17-39, "Locomotives of the ...", 62-85; Dieselization, Dsl/100-103
Minneapolis, Anoka & Cayuga Range RR: loco. 154/50
Minneapolis, Lyndale & Minnetonka Ry: 143/12
Minneapolis, New Ulm & South Western RR: 31/35; 154/28
Minneapolis, Northfield & Southern RR: 131/86, 87; 2-10-0, 124/71, 72, 74;
       loco. 159/71
Minneapolis, Red Lake & Manitoba RR: 118/46; history and roster, 93/104-106
Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie RR: lease of Wisconsin Central,
       54/117; history in Wisconsin, Wis/53-55; flour trains, 53/9; Manistique-Soo
       branch, 111/49; opening of Soo International bridge, 111/50; acquisition of
       Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic RR: 111/59; involvement with Wisconsin &
       Northern RR, 116/20-21; loco. notes, 111/74, 78; "Railroad Shops and
       Car Building in Fond du Lac," by S.M. Rich, 135/6-9, 13-21, 23-27; "The
       Genesis of a Miller's Road," by K.M. Hammer, 146/23-28; emblems 153/47
Minneapolis, Sault Ste. Marie & Atlantic RR: 111/47; 146/23-24; Wis/53,55
Minneapolis Union Ry: 143/12
Minneapolis Western Ry: 143/12, locos. 32, 34
Minnesota: "Logging Railroads of Northern Minnesota," by F.A. King, 93/94-1l5;
       "Railway Equipment Up the River, 1861-1869," by W.F. Becker, 95/47-78
Minnesota & Dakota Northern RR: 143/12
Minnesota & Great Northern Ry: 143/12
Minnesota & International Ry: 93/100
Minnesota & Iowa RR: 132/78
Minnesota & Iowa Southern RR: 132/81
Minnesota & Northwestern RR: 73/54-55; 132/77, 81; 146/13; 154/31,34; 176/57
Minnesota & North Wisconsin RR: history, 93/106-107, map, 108
Minnesota & Pacific RR: history, 107/1214; 143/12, locos., 40, 41
Minnesota & Wisconsin RR: Wis/34, 37; 154/20
Minnesota Central Ry: 95/47, equipment, 58-60; 136/26; 154/28, 34; construction:
       176/56-57
Minnesota, Dakota & Pacific RR: 31/35; 154/28
Minnesota, Dakota & Western RR: 93/114
Minnesota, Midland RR: 136/26, loco., 108
Minnesota, St. Croix & Wisconsin RR: 54/38, 56-58, 71;Wis/64, 67
Minnesota Transfer Ry: 143/32, 56; 54/110-111
Minnesota Valley RR: 95/47, photo, 48, equipment, 61-62; 141/46; loco.
       Shakopee, 154/19, 20
"[Locomotive Notes] Minority Diesels," by George H. Drury, 183/108-113
Miscauno & North Western RR: 118/13; Wis/63
Mississippi: list of railroads and miles to 1840, 103/69
"The Mississippi: A Southern Foundling," by J.H. White, 140/114-118
Mississippi RR: loco. 1840, 62/61; history and loco., 1840, 101/42; mention,
       88/90; 140/115-116
Mississippi & Alabama RR: 144/32
Mississippi & Missouri RR: first loco. in Iowa (1854), 127/103; mention,
       56/56ff; 132/72, 73; 136/65
Mississippi & Northern RR: 93/99
Mississippi & Rock River Junction RR: 27/20
Mississippi & Skuna Valley RR: 140/32
Mississippi & Tennessee RR: 140/7, locos., 14, 78
Mississippi Central RR: 140/7, locos., 13, 74,84,93; emblem 153/56
Mississippi Central & Tennessee RR: 140/ 7, loco., 74
Mississippi Eastern Ry.: 180/139
Mississippi Export RR: 140/103;144/64; loco. 158/135; 175/131
Mississippi, Gainesville & Tuscaloosa RR: 157/88, 92
Mississippi River & Bonne Terre RR: 122/ 37
Mississippi Valley & Ship Island RR: 140/ 7, loco., 12
Mississippian Ry: 131/102; loco. 157/96
"Mississippi's Southern RR: A Study in Perils and Perservance," by J.A. Ward, 144/2949
Missouri & Arkansas RR: loco. 172/53
Missouri & North Arkansas RR: 72/115; 119/55; 145/108
Missouri & North Western RR: loco. notes, 142/94
Missouri & Western RR: loco. 175/119
Missouri Car & Foundry: 138/26, 40
Missouri Central RR: 63/50
Missouri, Iowa & Nebraska RR: 132/76; 133/18, 20, 33, loco.,57
Missouri, Kansas & Eastern RR: 63/12, 20, 54
Missouri, Kansas & North Western RR: 63/11, 20
Missouri, Kansas & Oklahoma RR: 60/51, 62; 63/11, 20
Missouri-Kansas-Texas RR: "Locomotives of the . . . ,', by S.R. Wood, 63/8-132;
       corporate history, 63/8-22; locos., 63/ 23-132; inspection loco. No. 1, 63/33,
       photo, 8; staged head on collision, 63/34; cars and company equipment
       owned, 63/44-45; "Working on the (Branch Line) Railroad," by D.L.
       Hofsommer, 137/80-93 (Wichita Falls & North Western RR); involvement
       with East Line & Red River RR, 144/55-56; with Wabash RR, 133/24; with
       first railroads in Oklahoma, 60/9-17, 40, 50-53, 61; baggage cars, 138/46;
       2-10-0s, 124/74; Dieselization, Dsl/103-105; mention, 113/37; emblem 153/56
Missouri-Kansas-Texas Ry of Texas: 63/13-16
Missouri Lbr. & Mining Co.: 66/47, 48
Missouri Midland RR: 63/11, 20,51; loco. 156/65
Missouri, Oklahoma & Gulf RR: 60/48
Missouri Pacific Ry: 75th Anniversary Celebration, 12/10-12; early signalling,
       34/15-16; involvement m Oklahoma, 60/11, 16, 54; with MKT RR, 63/10,
       52, 53, 54; loco. No. 948 and 2-10-0s, 124/71, 74, opp. 67; USRA freight
       cars, 128/28-33; loco. notes, 133/84; 63/52ff; house on track demolished
       (1884), 139/77; mention, 80/16; 113/36; emblems 153/35
"Missouri Southern: History of a Short line," by H.R. Grant, 123/44-51;
       roster, 123/51
Missouri Valley RR: Q2/55
"Mr. Fisher and Mr. Mumford," by Arthur P. Molella, 161/5-8
Mitchell & McClure Co. RR: history and roster, 93/96-97, 106, photo between
       108 and 109
Mobile & Bay Shore RR: 157/88, 92
Mobile & Cedar Pomt RR: locos. 1838, 6/33; 62/59; history and locos. 1841, 101/42
Mobile & Gulf RR: locos. 157/100, 104
Mobile & Ohio RR: Civil War, 40/49; USRA freight cars, 128/19, 28-33;
       mention, 108/59; acquisition of St. Louis and Cairo RR, 148/36; mention,
       108/68-71; "Steam Locomotives of the ," by William D. Edson, 157/85
Mobile & North Western RR: 140/7, loco. 98
Mobile & Western RR: 157/88
Mobile, Jackson & Kansas City RR: loco. 158/130
"Modern Steam in the South," by D P. Morgan, 129/5-17
Modesto & Empire Traction Co.: 75/49, 97
Moffat Coal Co.: 157/96
The Moffat Road: 135/94
"Mogul Type Locomotives," by Paul T. Warner, 100/7-22
"Moguls or Ten Wheelers?" by F.S. Graham, 95/66-67
Mohawk & Hudson RR: letters of John B. Jervis, 1831-1835, concerning the
       . . .,55/8-22; John B. Jervis, 30/13-14; DeWitt Clinton original drawing, 7/6;
       9/4-5; 100th anniversary tablet, 11/8; first loco. truck, 15/73; opening of
       RR, 9/36; first 3 locomotives, 20/37, 39; passenger car 1831, 32/50; loco.
       Columbia, 85/7; train travel (1836), 81/61-63; history and locos.,
       101/42-43; dividends, 132/60, 62, 69; loco. 167/30
Mohawk & Malone RR: 90/11
Mohawk Valley Stone Co.: 162/70
Moira & Bombay RR: "History of the . . . ," by L. Doherty, 46/28-30; VC/95
"Monarch of the Age," 140/4
Monadnock RR: 146/78
Money issued by railroads: Champlain & St. Lawrence RR, 39/33, 25; railroad
       paper money, 71/85-86; Tallahassee RR (photo), 86/12
"Monocacy Valley RR," by W.R. Hicks, 98/70-72
Monon RR: See Chicago, Indianapolis & Louisville Ry
Monongahela Ry: 112/14-15; 44/47; 89/ 160; SP/42
Monroe RR: loco. 1839, 62/59; history and loco., 101/43; 103/70
"A Monon Mystery: George F. Postlethwaite and H.H. Campbell," by George W. Hilton,
       170/95-100; solved, 178/130-132
Monroe Lbr. Co.: 141/42
Monson RR: 57/87-93
Montana RR: 136/26, locos., 41, 51, 56, 57, 80, 102
Montana & Great Northern RR: 143/13
Montana Central Ry: 143/12, locos., 34, 36, 38, 48,50,59, 60, 77, 78, 80
Montana Eastern Ry: 143/12
Montana Western RR: 143/13, loco., 60, 70, 122
Montclair RR: 131/10, 53
Montclair & Greenwood Lake RR: 52/59; 131/10; photo, 52/61
"The Monterey and Salmas Valley RR -- California's First Operating Narrow
       Gauge," by E.T. Planer, 66/7-27; mention, 94/21, 127;SP/17` 103
Montezuma and Western RR: 64/77-78
Montezuma Lbr. Co.: 67A/26
Montgomery & West Point RR (Montgomery RR): history and locos. 1840, 101/43;
       103/70; loco.167/30
Montgomery, Tuscaloosa & Memphis RR: 92/71, 72
Monticello & Port Jervis Ry: history, 40/22-24
Montour RR: 112/12; 72/140; emblem 153/50
Montpelier & Wells River RR: "Locomotives of . ..," by F.S. Graham,
       100/64-65; 101/89; 146/95; mention, 49/32
Montreal and Plattsburgh RR: history and locos., 90/84-85; VC/84-85, 95, 98
"The Montreal Secondary: Origins and History," by Arthur L. Johnson, 178/121-129
Montrose Ry: 126/38
Monuments to Railroaders: "Railroaders in Bronze and Stone,", by William D. Middleton
       and Mark Reutter, 195/78-87
Moore & Richardson: 8/30 (loco. builder)
Moore Tbr. Co.: 72/121
Moorhead & North Fork RR: 7/72-73
Moorhead & South Eastern Ry: 143/13
Morden & North Western Ry: 28/59
"More About Moffat's Mallets," by Dan Cupper, 190/110-111
"More About the Rhode island 4-6-2s for the C. M. & St. P." (1893), 89/i63
"More About Vermont's Railroad War," 92/101-103
"More Otto Mears Passes," 97/55
Morenci Southern Ry.: 160/33ff
Morgan's Louisiana & Texas RR: 94/14, 21, 27, 31-34, 52, 53; SP/17, locos.,
       27-30, 44, 23
Morgantown & Kingwood RR: USRA freight cars, 128/29-33
Morgantown & Wheeling Ry.: loco., 177/104
Morris & Essex RR: "Seth Boyden," by C.E. Fisher, 46/17-20; locos. 1838, 6/26;
       62/50; history and locos. 1840, 101/4344; locos., 72/54-63; mention,
       50/63-64; 52/43; agreement with NJRR & Trans. Co., 88/140-141, 151,
       156; Baldwin loco. on the ..., 114/41-42, 45; naming locos., 124/62-63; locos.
       167/31; 174/50; 175/131
Morris Canal & Banking Co.: 109/28-29
Morrissey, Fermie & Michel Ry: 143/70
Morristown & Erie RR: 84/51; 119/55; "Reminiscences of a Half-Century Ago on the
       . . .," by Thomas T. Taber III, 175/93-105
Morton S. & G. Co.: 159/56
Morton Weber Lbr. Co.: 140/98
Moscow, Camden & St. Augustine RR: 94/40
Moshassuck Valley R R: 17/21
Mosquito & Coal Creek RR: 103/photo between 48 and 49; 114/39
"Most Profitable Railroad," 137/113
"Motive Power of the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy RR as of May 1, 1858," by
       A.W. Newton, 92/83-88
Motley County RR: loco., 49/52
Motor vehicles, RR use of: "Railroads, Good Roads, and Motor Vehicles:
       Managing Technological Change", by Bruce E. Seely, 155/35-63
Moulton, Albia & Des Moines RR: 132/78
Moulton & Albia Ry: 132/76
Mount Carbon RR: 106/37; 107/34
Mount Carbon & Port Carbon RR: 106/35
Mount Carmel RR: 118/59, 60
Mount Carmel & Natalie RR: 67/119, 94; 103/32
"Mount Clare as it Was in 1839," 127/39
"Mount Clare Station, America's Oldest -- Or Is it?" by H.H. Harwood, 139/39-53
Mount Desert RR: 4/21
Mount Eagle R R: 107/31
Mount Eagle & Tremont RR: 105/42
Mount Gretna Narrow Gauge RR: 57/99-102
Mount Holyoke RR: 47/19
Mount Jewett & Smethport RR: 61/81; 92/62-63
Mount Jewett, Clermont & Northern RR: 61/82; 63/35, 40; 93/16, loco., 37
"Mount Jewett, Kinzua & Riterville RR," by C.F H. Allen: 81/41-54; 78/77;
       80/84; loco. notes, 85/50-51; battle with Pittsburgh, Shawmut & Northern RR
       93/23, 43; loco. 162/77
Mount Jewitt Tann. Co.: 162/75
Mount Savage RR: 66/4243
Mount Savage Shop: 66/44 (loco. builder)
Mount Tamalpais & Muir Woods RR: 29/36; 160/25ff
Mount Vernon Car Manufacturing Co.: USRA freight cars, 128/14, 27
Mount Washington RR: 'The . . . ," by J.W. Merrill, 4/19-23; roster, 38/46-47;
       squirrel's nut storage (1885), 135/118; last steam loco. built, 149/115
"The Mountaim Division of the Maine Central RR," by C.F.H. Allen, 61/62-65
Mountain Link RR: 108/20,21
Moynihan & Aitken: 103/63 (loco. builder): 103/63
"A Much Travelled Engine, Pennsylvania RR No. 1053," by C.E. Fisher, 70/76-79
Muckrackers: 145/69-86
"The Muddle of the Gauges," by L.W. Moody, 47/59-66
Mudge and Company: handcars, 127/95
"A Municipally Operated Mountain RR," by A.J. Cleary, 129/94-100
Munising Ry: history and locos., 98/15-17; roster, 98/28-29
Munising & Mackinaw RR: 111/34
Munising, Marquette & South Eastern Ry: history and locos., 98/16, 19-20;
       roster, 98/29-30
Munson, N.C., Co.: 146/78
Murray & Hazelhurst: 8/29 (loco. builder)
Muscatine, Burlington & Southern RR: 132/80
Muscatine, North & South RR: 132/78
Museums: "Carillon Park Museum," by Herbert Pence, 124/28-32; 126/120;
       Canadian Railway Museum, 149/42-46; Chateau de Ramezay museum, 149/46-47;
       "Locomotives at Purdue University," 11/5-6; 12/13-14; 14/6-7;
       Seashore Trolley Museum, 151/67; John Bull loco., 144/9-28;
       National Railway Museum (York, England), 152/121; 153/101;
       Hagley (Wilmington, DE), 153/104; 160/135; "Are Railroad Museums Forgetting the
       Basics?," by Herbert H. Harwood, 176/103-107 (Preservation Topics)
       "A Golden Anniversary" [Colorado RR Museum], by Cornelius W. Hauck, 201/50-63
Muskogee Co.: 60/55
Muskogee RR: 44/60-61; loco. notes, 44/ 61
Muskogee Bridge Co.: 60/49
Muskogee City Bridge Co.: 60/67
Muskogee Electric Traction Co.: 60/55
Muskogee Union RR: 60/48
Myer's cylinder car: 97/68-72
"[Print & Image] Mystery Photo Cars," by John Gruber, 184/110-113
"[First Person] Mystery Trains of the Persian Gulf," by Robert W. Richardson,
       188/84-97, 189/150


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