Railroads and Railroad History in the United States: N

Nacogdoches & South Eastern RR: 63/70; 144/66
Nahma & Northern RR: 119/52
Names: "Let's Call Things by Their Proper Names," by C.H. Charlton, 107/9-11
"Naming Locomotives," 124/61-63
Nantasket Beach RR: loco. data, 8/65,71, 85; electrification, 26/26, 29, photo
       between 28 and 29; roster, 46/39, 44, 50; mention, 17/22, 25; 146/70
Nantucket RR: 35/72; 140/12
Napa Valley RR: first looo., 97/37, photo, 32; mention, 17/47; 94/129
Napoleon Cypress Co.: 162/73
Narragansett Pier RR: 62/70; 43/62; 17/ 22; 119/57
"Narrative of an Excursion on the Baltimore & Ohio RR," 6/5-21 (1832)
"Narrow Gauge to Oblivion: The Central Valley RR," by R.F. Palmer, 128/68-75
Narrow gauge: "Early . . . in the West," by C.W. Hauck, 149/51-69; "The Grand
       ... Trunk," by George Hilton, 148/23-41; 149/124;154/134; "The .. Fallacy," by
       J.H. White, 141/77-97; "... Locomotives in Western New York and
       Pennsylvania," by C.F.H. Allen, 85/43-51; "The ... Railroads of Colorado," by
       L. Beebe, 67A/7-44; cost of ...railroads, 66/7; "'The Well-Known Narrow
       Gauge Railway Champion': Colonel Edward Hulbert of Georgia", by George W.
       Hilton, 157/17-44; See also individual lines
Nash & Dowdle Const. Co.: 159/56
Nashua, Acton & Boston RR: loco. records, 35/68, 74, photo, 35/72; mention,
       138/41-42, 46; 146/66
Nashua & Lowell RR: history and locos., 31/7, 9, 11, photo opp. 12; locos.
       1840, 62/46; history and locos. 1840, 101/44; mention, 7/48; 9/38; 17/16;
       loco. 152/67
Nashua & Rochester RR: 17/20, 21, 22; 28/22
Nashville & Chattanooga RR: recollections, 84/36-43, locos., 44-45;
       mention, 40/50,51; 90/74, 76; 108/55, 59, 68-71; 141/46
Nashville & Decatur RR: 108/57-58, 59
Nashville & Knoxville RR: 140/7, 82
Nashville & New Orleans RR: locos. 1838, 6/33
Nashville & North Western RR: 108/58, 59, 68-71; 81/56
Nashville & Tennessee RR: 81/55
Nashville & West Nashville RR: 99/34
Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis RR: modern steam locos., 129/10, 13-14,
       17; USRA freight cars, 128/28-33; 2-10-0, 124/71, 74;"The Dixie Flyer,"
       by J. Bogle, 124/18-21; early signalling, 34/15; "The Savor of Old-Time
       Southern Railroading," by J.C. Burt, 84/36-44; emblem 153/68
Nashville Manufacturing Co.: 8/30 (looo. builder)
Natchez & Hamburg RR: 140/115
Natchez, Jackson & Columbia RR: 140/7, looo., 98
Natchez Southern RR: 122/40
National Cash Register Co.: fireless loco. Rubicon, 124/29, opp. 33
National City & Otay RR: 7 1/8-12; 16, 20
National Locomotive Works: 141/19; 149/61-64, 67, 69
National Transcontinental Ry: 23/51,52
Naugatuck RR: roster, 41/34-35; photo B. Soules, 41/32; mention, 17/18, 20, 23
Nebraska RR: Q2/43, 45
Nebraska & Colorado RR: 24/41
Nebraska City, Sidney & North Eastern RR: 132/76
Nebraska, Topeka, lola & Memphis RR: 60/33
Necedah & Camp Douglas RR: Wis/21, 30
Negamon & West Superior RR: 143/49
Negatives, care of: 124/36-40
Negaunee & Palmer RR: 111/51
Nelson Lbr. Co., C.N.: 93/97-98
Neoshox Valley & Holden Ry: 63/8, 13
Nescopex RR: 109/28; 110/65
Nesquehoning RR: 110/60
Nestor Estate, Thomas: 93/96 (log. RR)
Nevada: "The Goldfield Railroads," by J.F. Webber, 100/23-43; 101/89-90
Nevada & California RR: 100/26-27
Nevada California-Oregon RR: 94/15, 21, 79, 80, 125; 137/15, 16; SP/22,
       locos., 101
Nevada Central RR: 66/14, 15, 17; 94/127
Nevada Copper Belt RR: 100/41
Nevada County Narrow Gauge RR: "A 'Days of Gold' Railroad," by Clement
       Fisher, 43/30-36, roster, 35;" . . . End of the Line," by R.M. Hanft,
       134/66-77; 1876 timetable, 14l/89; mention, 77/16; photo, 34/4445, 50;
       94/124,125
Nevada Northern RR: "The 'Three Spot'," by N.W. Fay, 15/45-48; mention, 94/71,86
"Never Has Any Fun," 141/96
New Albany & Salem RR: history, 70/22,24-28; description of track construction (1853).
       88/75-76; involvement with Michigan Central, 183/18; mention, 19/12, 13, 14
New Bedford RR: 43/64
New Bedford & Taunton RR: looo. data, 8/84; roster, 46/48; history and locos,
       1840, 101/44; mention, 33/39; VC/82; 17/16; 9/38; 1848 timetable, 33/18
Newberry & Laurens RR: 186/70-71
Newburg, Duchess & Connecticut RR: history, 50/14-16, 20; roster, 22; history,
       119/16, 18, 22, 29, 31, photo between 32 and 33; mention, 1/14; 17/22;
       34/25-27; 49/66
Newburyport RR: 17/18
New Canaan RR: 17/20,23; roster, 41/30
New Castle & Frenchtown RR: locos. 1838, 6/29; history and locos. 1837,
       13/33-34; opening, 9/36; history and locos., 18/28-29, 32; first locos.,
       20/37-39; 79/8-9; first passenger car, 32/54; signalling, 44/74; history and locos.
       1840, 101/49; "An Important and Historic Transportation Route," by J.H.
       Griffity, 38/60-61; history notes, 21/5-19,28, 30; locos. 1838, 62/54
New Castle & Wilmington RR: 21/16, 30
New Castle Manufacturing Co.: "The ... ," by J.S. Bell, 18/28-39; loco.
       records, 18/37-39; mention, 8/28
"The New Century," 47/8
New England: "Dates of Principal Events in . . ., 1826-1926," by W. Jacobs,
       17/15-28; "Through Car Service From . . . ," by C.E. Fisher, 87/47-58;
       119/32-33; "The Atlantic Locomotive in . . . ," by C.F.H. Allen, 116/50-55;
       "The influence of Government Regulation 1830-1900," by C.J. Kennedy,
       105/6-22
New England RR: 1/14; 15/42, 43, 44; 17/25; 49/70; 110/20
New England Granite Co.: 162/76
New England, Lackawanna & Pittsburgh RR: 92/27
New England Shipbuilding Corp.: 152/83
New Hampshire Central RR: 29/12
New Haven & Derby RR: 56/26-28; mention, 17/20, 24; 40/66
"New Haven and Its Six Railroads," by S. Withington, 56/10-29
New Haven & New London RR: 17/18; 56/25
New Haven & Northampton RR: history, 56/22-24; roster, 41/32-34; loco.
       notes, 40/67
New Haven, Derby & Ansonia RR: 44/67, 68
New Haven, Hartford & Springfield RR: Hartford station 1850, 40/73
New Haven, Middletown & Williamantic RR: 56/26; locos., 41/29-30
New Haven, New London & Stoningham RR: 1860 timetable, 33/46; mention,
       33/39
"New Haven's G-4a Ten Wheelers-Some Personal Experiences," by A.M. Bixby,
       144/77-84; roster of G class 4-6-Os, 144/85-90
New Jersey & New York RR: 52/65; 131/10, locos., 54; 175/119; loco. Woodbridge
       181/118-122
New Jersey & Paterson RR: 20/38
New Jersey, Hudson & Delaware RR: 88/111-112
New Jersey, Indiana & Illinois RR: 133/26, 33, locos., 68, 90, 106, 107
New Jersey Locomotive & Machine Co.: 8/26. See also Grant Loco. Works
New Jersey Midland RR: history, 40/16-19,locos., 24, 27; 175/121
New Jersey RR & Transportation Co.: "The . . . ," by L.E. Freeman, 88/100-159;
       "Joint Companies," 88/103; chartering, 88/109; first loco., 88/120;
       opening, 88/120-121, 123; Bergen cut, 88/123; early freight business, 88/129;
       commuters, 88/130; agreement with Morris & Essex RR, 88/140-141; with
       New York & Erie RR, 88/141; new Jersey City terminal, 1854, 88/141-142;
       Millstone branch, 88/142-143; double tracking, 88/144; Newark
       bridge dispute, 1857, 88/145-146; ferries, 88/152; first New York to
       Washington train (1863), 88/152; acquisition by Camden & Amboy RR,
       88/154ff; locos. 1838, 6/26; 62/50; operations 1837, 13/5-7; history and locos.
       1840, 101/44-45; loco. Nos. 36 and 39, photo, 100/8; first 2-6-0, 91/125;
       89/141-142; trip of Sandusky over ..., 1837, 44/42-43; dividends,
       132/63, 69; loco. notes, 52/65; 72/62; mention, 9/37; 131/54; locos. 167/30,31
New Jersey Southern RR: passenger car, 138/45; mention, 73/38
New Jersey Transit Corp.: history, 186/30ff
New London & Stoningham RR: 17/19; 56/25
New London Northern RR: roster, 47/38; history, 33/43; timetable 1860, 33/50;
       mention, 17/18; involvement with Amherst, Belchertown & Palmer RR,
       47/30, 35, 36; " . . . ," by C.E. Fisher, VC/66-71; 43; roster, VC/69-71;
       loco. Ontalaunee, 18/35
New London, Willimantic & Palmer RR: 6/43; 17/18; 47/20ff; VC/67-69
New London, Willimantic & Springfield RR: 33/43;VC/66-69
New Mexico & Arizona RR: 80/22
New Mexico & Southern Pacific RR: 75/24, locos., 154-155; 80/16; SF/17; 172/73
New Mexico Central RR: 75/24, 64; 94/131
New Mexico Midland RR: 94/130
New Orleans RR history: "Crescent City Bound," by Mark Reutter and J. Parker Lamb, 193/8-26
New Orleans & Carrollton RR: history and locos. 1840, 101/45-47; 103/77
New Orleans & Nashville RR: history and locos. 1840, 101/47; locos. 1838, 62/60;
       mention, 103/70-71
New Orleans & North Western RR: 131/43
New Orleans & Ohio RR: 140/7, loco., 80
New Orleans Great Northern RR: 2-10-0, 124/71, 75; 158/130, 139
New Orleans, Jackson & Great Northern RR: 140/7, locos., 12, 14, 72, 73
New Orleans, Mobile & Chicago RR: 158/130; loco., 180/139
New Orleans, Opelousas & Great Western RR: 94/14, 21,53, 59; SP/17, 44
New Orleans, St. Louis & Chicago RR: 140/7, loco., 75
New Orelans, Texas & Mexico RR: 2-10-0, 124/72, 75
New River & Holston RR: 52/31
"New Steam in the 1980s?" by W.L. Withuhn, 145/6-10
"New Steam in the 1980s -- What Happened?, " by W.L. Withuhn, 156/7 (Guest Editorial)
"A New Style of Palace Car," 138/84
New York & Bennington RR: 90/105-106
New York & Boston RR: 1/13; 3/13-14; 17/19; 22/55,56; 49/69
New York & Brooklyn Bridge RR: "The Railway of the . . . ," by C.S. Small, 9
       7/7-20; roster, 97/13-20
New York & Erie RR (see also Erie RR, New York, Lake Erie & Western RR):
       "Locomotives of ..." (1840-1855), 16/44-49; 4-4-0 locos., 35/18-19; list
       of locos. and cars for sale in 1854, 11/9-10; loco. No. 166, 11/16, 18; history
       and locos. 1840, 101/47; first compound loco. 1867, 98/54-56; ... in
       1856, 9/31-32; mention, 9/40; 21/16; 131/10; route surveyed by Benjamin
       Wright in 1835, 55/25-33; track location in Pennsylvania 1848, 70/70-71;
       use of pile trestling, 82/9-10; Currier & Ives prints, 118/27; recollections of Ed
       Turner at Jamestown, New York, 1890s-19OOs, 118/62-67; Stewart's travel
       journal 1869-71 (New York to Chicago), 127/56-64; near wreck, 1883,
       131/121; brakeman hardships 1883, 124/79; dividends, 132/63, 69; "The
       Great Opening of the New York & Erie RR" (1851), 131/4; loco. 167/31
New York & Erie RR involvement with: Atlantic & Great Western RR, 71/35-49;
       Boston, Hartford & Erie RR and Dutchess & Columbia RR, 119/8, 14,
       21; Canandaigua River & Elmira RR and Chemung RR, 118/84; Lehigh
       Valley RR, 126/10, 13, 15; Lehigh & Hudson RR, 47/67; New Jersey RR &
       Transportation Co., 88/141, 151
New York & Greenwood Lake Ry: "The . . . ," by N.H. Green, 52/59-65; "The
       Amiable . . .," by George H. Douglas, 187/96-109; roster, 52/64-65; mention,
       131/10, locos.,53
New York & Harlem RR: locos. 1838, 6/25; 62/48; loco. and history 1840,
       101/47-48; "Railroading in New York City" (1866), 40/76; history and
       stations in Manhattan, 65/78, 80; Murray Hill tunnel, 65/79-80, 81; scroll
       honoring 100th anniversary, 66/54; involvement with Western RR, 69/62;
       mention, 10/23; 11/13-15; 132/63; loco. 167/30, 31
New York & Hartford Ry: 22/53-54
New York & Manhattan Beach Ry: bogie loco., 41/18, opp. 20; mention, 88/91;
       "Marine Ry," 1880, 137/113
New York & Massachusetts Ry: history, 119/21, 22, 25; mention, 50/17-18;
       124/78-19
New York & Middle Coal Fields RR: 109/26
New York & New England RR: "A Brief History of the . . . ," by G.M.
       Woodruff 22/53-58; "A Trip to the Worlds Fair (1893)," by John W.
       Merrill, 65/72-75; "The Twin Headlighters," by C.E. Fisher, 110/39-42;
       history, 1/12-16; Boston station, 4/1012; passenger train colors, 4/30; roster,
       49/71-81; history, 49/69-71; through passenger service 1870s-19lOs, 87/50-51;
       loco. notes, 50/26-27; steam car No. 1098, 50/28; rules 1890s, 50/48,
       50; New England Limited, White Train, Air Line Limited passenger trains,
       110/39-42; history, 119/10, 18, 21, 24, 27; through trains, 119/33; history,
       110/20-29, 33; mention, 3/13-14; 15/42, 43, 44; 17/22-24
New York & New Haven RR: "The New York and New Haven, the Hartford &
       New Haven, and the Western Massachusetts RR," by Inglis Stuart,
       12/43-49; "Early Days of the New Haven RR in New York," by Warren Jacobs,
       38/29-37 (early New York to Boston service); " ... Stations," (in New York
       City, 1850), 40/72-73; "Railroading in New York City" (1866), 40/76; "The
       Strange Case of Robert Schuyler," by S. Withington, 98/3246 (stock fraud);
       "The Great Schuyler Stock Fraud," by R.B. Shaw, 141/5-18; New York and
       Boston expresses of 1860s, 8/49-51; New York City station descriptions
       (1865), 12/43-45; loco. roster, 40/63-67; 1851 timetable and rules,
       40/72-76; history, 56/11, 19-22, 24; New York City stations and offices
       (1840s-1860s), 65/76, 80; history, 33/40; 1860 timetable, 33/45; employees
       (1860), 33/52-53; special train (1877), 124/32; first dining cars, lll/6;
       Norwalk bridge disaster, 141/5; mention, 17/16, 17, 19-23, 28; 102/45
New York & North Pennsylvania RR: 49/46-47, 50
New York & Northern RR: 87/51; loco. 162/69
New York & Oswego Midland RR: history, 40/16-21; involvement with New
       York and Greenwood Lake RR,52/59, 61; mention, 84/26; 72/75; 122/79;
       175/109-110
"New York & Pennsylvania RR," by W.W. Robinson, 41/6-14, roster, 14; mention,
       49/66; 93/46-47; 119/52; 131/49; loco., 175/121
New York & Pittsburgh Central RR: 49/ 52
New York & Sea Beach RR: 70/73
New York, Auburn & Lansing RR: 84/25-35; 126/39; loco., 177/104
New York, Boston & Montreal RR: involvement with Dutchess & Columbia
       RR, 34/24-25; 27; mention, 90/106; 119/6, 13, 25
New York Central (& Hudson River) RR: "Yesterdays on the . . . ," by A.
       Curren, 1/4-11,17-l9; "The Fast Mail," (1890s) 4/25; "Unparalleled Speed"
       (1891 run of No. 870), 18/62-64; "Yesterdays at Grand Central," by A.
       Curren (train operation at original station, prior to 1900) 35/79-83;
       "William Buchanan," by C.P. Becker, 37/33-40 (biography and locos. built by
       him); Buchanan's 4-4-0s versus British, 100/53-54, 60, 61-63, photos between
       56 and 57; "A Brief History of the Electric Locos. on the ...," by R.S.
       Burpo, 106/19-23; 107/6; "Farewell to the Twentieth Century Limited," by
       A.D. Dubin, 119/61-62; "Unusual Wreck on the 'Peanut Line' of the
       ...," by C.F.H. Allen, 118/83; loco. No. 82, 44-0, 37/36-37, 40; 2-6-2s,
       32/66; 4-4-0s, 35/29; locos. used on Toronto, Hamilton & Buffalo RR,
       56/80; 3 cylinder 4-8-2,58/24; 4-4-2s, 62/13, 14; locos. sold to Kansas City,
       Mexico & Orient RR, 75/97, 98, 134, 139; final 40 years of steam loco.
       development, 122/43-51; Moguls, 100/17; locos. sold to Duluth, South Shore
       & Atlantic RR, 113/81; loco. No. 4725, 4-6-2, ex 2-6-2, photo, 118/84;
       loco. No. 68 sold to Skaneateles RR, 120/72; No. 8000, 2-8-2, 123/86-87;
       No. 999 in 1923, 137/4; passenger train colors, 4/24-25; race with Central
       New England train at Millerton, 37/39; trains Detroit to Toledo, 44/88-89;
       Empire State Express, 55/76-77; eastbound, 110/6; 1858 sleeping car agreement,
       59/30-31; 1892 through sleepers to San Francisco, 87/58; Century's
       25th birthday, 124/50; dining car meals (1920s), 141/4; passenger cars
       (1873), 138/46; DeWitt Clinton on exhibition, 9/4; reverse signalling and
       train operation at Grand Central Station; 34/14; signalling, 44/74, 81;
       freight, passenger, and yard operations at Elkhart, Indiana, 1890s-1940s,
       87/71-82; Albany bridge of 1866, 85/52-53; competition with New York & Erie
       RR (1860), 71/48; USRA freight cars, 128/28-33; transporting horses (1884),
       129/115; uniforms (1884), 130/22; wages (1882), 139/64; new trademark
       (1905),141/117; emblem 153/39; mention 155/7, 49, X-plorer train, 117-118; locos.
       158/133; 175/131; 180/139, 140; "The Visible Hand: The Technological Revolution at
       Grand Central Terminal in New York," by Kurt C. Schlichting, 176/39-47; "Testing a
       New York Central Mohawk,." By Peter P. Sloss, 176/49-54; Montreal secondary,
       178/124ff; boiler explosions, 184/46-57; "Fact or Fable?," (reputed record speed run),
       by Tommy Meehan, 196/47-49
New York Central (& Hudson River) RR involvement with: Beech Creek RR,
       96/26, 27, 32, 34; Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburg RR trackage rights, 81/36;
       acquisition with B&O RR of BR&P RR, 129/62, 65, 69; acquisition of
       Canandaigua & Niagara Falls RR, 118/84; Fall Brook RR, 55/51, 52;
       Ogdensburgh & Lake Champlain RR, VC/94; Pittsburgh & Lake Erie RR,
       112/14, 16; Rome, Watertown & Ogdensburg RR, 109/47; Rutland RR, VC/81;
       90/83,86
New York, Chicago & St. Louis RR: Chicago station, 43/73; USRA freight cars,
       128/18, 28; acquisition of Clover Leaf RR, 97/74; emblem 153/63; locos. 172/53, 61;
       174/91; 185/88-91, 95-96; "The Bachelors and the Brass Hat", by Herbert H.
       Harwood, Jr., 187/60-73
"New York City, Some Railroad Landmarks," by W. Jacobs, 65/76-82
New York Dock Co.: 162/79
New York Edison Co.: 162/68
New York Elevated Ry: "Charles T. Harvey and the . . . ," by R.C. Reed,
       130/23-40; Manhattan Ry, 146/89; loco. notes, 123/76; "Spunky Little Devils:
       Locomotives of the . . .," by John H. White, Jr., 162/20-58; "Locomotive Roster,
       . . .," by William D. Edson, 162/59-79; surviving early cars, 163/103-104; surviving
       steam locos, 183/102-107; mention, 120/15;
New York, Flushing & North Side RR: passenger cars, 138/45
New York, Flushing & South Shore RR: snow plow, 138/45
New York, Lackawanna & Western RR: locos, 72/63-69
New York, Lake Erie & Western RR (see also New York and Erie RR and Erie
       RR): "A Trip to the Worlds Fair" (1893), by John W. Merrill, 65/72-75;
       involvement with Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburgh RR, 81/31, 32, 35; Lehigh
       Valley RR, 42/20; New York & Greenwood Lake RR, 52/60-64; Tonawanda
       Valley & Cuba RR, 76/54, 56-57; narrow gauge RRs of Pennsylvania,
       78/65ff; 4-6-0s, 64/14; No. 136, 2-6-0, photo, 100/between 8 and 9, 12;
       mention, 131/10; 76/48,52
New York Locomotive Works: 8/26
New York Midland RR: 40/17
New York, New Haven & Hartford RR: "Pioneer Experience in Electric
       Traction and the New Haven RR," by S. Withington, 26/25-32; Nantasket
       Beach electrification, 26/26, 29; Providence, Warren & Bristol electrification,
       26/31; 110/29; "Abraham Lincoln on the New Haven and the Boston &
       Albany," by W. Jacobs, 33/7-54;"A Good Engine," by E.M. Carter, 32/6;
       "Yesterdays at Grand Central," by A. Curran, 35/79-83 (train operation at
       the first station in 1900); "Early Days of the New Haven RR in New York,"
       by W. Jacobs, 38/29-37; "Fau River Line Steamboat Express," 43/77-78;
       "Locomotives of the . . . ," 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; "New Haven
       and Its Six Railroads" by S. Withington, 56/10-29; "The Steam Locomotives
       of the New Haven RR," by C.E. Fisher, 100/67-81; roster of engines
       purchased 1900 to 1937, 100/80-81; "The Case of Coleman Versus the New
       Haven RR," by R.F. Coggeshall, 103/41-46 (legal attachment of train for
       unredeemed train ticket); "The ... Wooden Coaches" by C.E. Fisher,
       103/57-60; "The ... Combines and Baggage Cars," by C.E. Fisher, 104/60-63;
       "Parlor and Sleeping Cars of the New Haven," by C.E. Fisher, 105/64-68;
       "Charles Peter Clark, 1836-1901," by C.E. Smith, 100/7-38; "A Rare Example
       of Piggy Back, by H.G. Hill, 116/56; 117/59-60; "The Yankee Clipper,"
       by H.G. Hill, 119/72-74; "The Canton Viaduct," by E.D. Galvin, 129/71-85;
       "The New Haven's G-4a Ten Wheelers: Some Personal Experiences,"
       by A.M. Bixby, 144/76-84; "New Haven Ten Wheelers: All-Time Roster,"
       by A.M. Bixby, 144/85-91; involvement wltn Central New England KR,
       119/26; with Hampden RR, 82/35; with Lehigh and Hudson River RR,
       47/69-70; with New York, Ontario & Western RR, 40/22; with Old Colony
       RR, 50/48-49; with Philadelphia & Reading RR, 119/23-24; with
       Poughkeepsie & Eastern RR, 124/78-79; with Rutland RR, VC/81; passenger
       service, 1/26-27; 2/4-12; fast train run 1921-22, 3/26, 27; Fall River Line
       steamboat train, 46/6; thru passenger senice 1880s-1930s, 84/50; the
       Merchants Limited (1913), 138/29; first roller bearing train, 126/119; 4-4-2s,
       62/15; 116/54; 4-6-2s, 68/69-70; reverse signalling and train operation at
       New Haven, 34/14; signalling, 44/75, 81; adopting green instead of wnite for
       clear signal, 50/51; steam car No. 1098, 50/28 creating standard time 46/14-16;
       brief history outline, 110/7-8; early electrification, 110/29; rectifier car
       experiment (1914), 138/86; rebuilding the Poughkeepsie bridge (1917), 119/30;
       1882 tunnel wreck, 135/100; USRA freight cars, 128/28-33; notes,
       17/21-18;mention, 1/15, 16; "How a New Haven I-4 Pacific Became One of a
       Kind," by Arthur M. Bixby, Sr., 152/105-109; emblem 153/63;; Comet
       (high-speed train) 154/116; Daniel Webster, lightweight passenger train,
       155/117-118; "Boston's South Terminal Station: An Electric Traction History," by
       Brian F. Coffey, 170/34-59; "Driving and Feeding Iron Horses: Experience on the
       New Haven Railroad, 1926-1939," by Arthur M. Bixby, Sr., 170/60-71; loco.
       174/91
New York, Ontario & Western RR: History and Motive Power of the ...."
       by G.M. Best, 40/16-32: roster; 40/24-32; milk traffic with Delaware &
       Eastern RR, 43/27; Moguls, 100/19, photo between 16 and 17; loco. 152/102; "A
       Brief History of the . . ., with All-Time Locomotive Roster," by Shaw and Edson:
       175/107-131
New York, Pennsylvania & Ohio RR: 131/11; locos, 24-27; 48-53, 59, 73-74;
       114-115; photo, 118/65; mention, 71/47; 137/15
New York, Philadelphia & Norfolk RR: 21/23
New York, Pittsburgh & Chicago Air Line RR: 109/27
New York, Providence & Boston RR: single driver loco., 3/15-16; locos. 1838,
       6/24; 62/47; history and locos. 1840, 101/48-49; Roger Williams loco., 7/47;
       first 4-4-2, 62/8; history notes, 33/40; 43/60; 1860 timetable, 33/46; roster,
       43/60-63; dividends, 132/59, 67, 69; mention, 17/16, 24; 28/34; loco. 152/67;
       167/31
New York subways: first steel passenger cars, 138/73
New York, Susquehanna & Western RR: "Yesterdays on the . . . ," by A.
       Curran, 37/57; loco. notes, 40/27; locos., 131/50, 89; 2-10-0s,
       124/72-75; loco. 174/50; mention, 40/19; 126/39
New York, Texas & Mexican RR: 94/14, 21, 31, 33, 54; SP/17, locos., 27, 28, 45
New York, West Shore & Buffalo RR: involvement with NYO&W RR, 40/21;
       mention, 96/26; 119/38, 39, 42; loco., 175/126
"New York's Oldest Ferry," by L. Gnaedinger, 50/76-77 (DL&W RR)
Newark & Bloomfield RR: 50/60; locos., 72/63
Newaukum Valley RR: 94/109
Newburgh & South Shore RR: 89/160
Newport & Dexter RR: 3/48
Newport & Shermans Valley RR: 67/107; 85/47
Newport & Wickford RR: 17/21
Newton & Monroe RR: 132/75
Newton & North Western RR: 132/79
Niagara Bridge & Canandaigua RR: 118/83
Niagara Construction Co.: 162/68
Niagara Gorge RR: 156/88-89
Nicholson-Chisholm Lbr. Co.: 93/98
Nickerson Lbr. Co.: 154/42
Nicknames, railroad: 118/88-89; 141/27-33
Niles & Co.: 8/30
Niles & New Lisbon RR: 131/ll, locos.,25,42,59,61
Niles Tool Works: 162/67
"A Noble Experiment: The Junction City-Horton Wooden Railroad," by R.V.
       Mills, 59/4348 (Oregon)
Norfolk, Albemarle & Atlanta RR: 73/76
Norfolk & Petersburg RR: roster, 52/32; track construction, B2/48, 51;
       drawbridge, 82/50; mention, 52/29; 108/ 51,54,61,64
Norfolk & Portsmouth Belt Line: 64/64; loco., 177/104
Norfolk & Virginia Beach RR: "The . . . ," by H.T. Crittenden, 73/69-76;
       mention, 88/91
Norfolk & Western Ry: "The . . . ," by E. Nichols, 52/29-35; Roanoke shop,
       52/31; locos. sold to Denver & Rio Grande RR, 77/13; Washington entry,
       105/29; acquisition of Columbus-Sandusky branch, 134/38; hand cars, 127/75;
       USRA freight cars, 128/28-33; archives, 149/122; acquisition of Wabash,
       133/28; " . . . Roanoke Shops and Its Locomotives," by A.M. Bixby, 137/20-37;
       loco. construction record, 137/37; emblems 153/43, 62; locos. 172/61; 180/139
Norfolk County RR: rules of 1849, 20/71-72; loco. data, 8/83; 49/71; mention,
       1/12; 15/38, 39; 17/18, 37; 22/56,57; 47/94; 49/69, 71, 73
Norfolk Southern RR (first): USRA freight cars, 128/28-33; modern steam locos.,
       129/14, 17
Norfolk Southern RR (second): emblem 153/69; loco., 180/140
Norfolk, Virginia Beach & Southern RR: 73/76
Norfolk, Willoughby Spit & Old Point RR: 73/76
Norris Locomotive Works: "The . . . ," by C.H. Caruthers, 10/28-46: move to
       Lancaster, 10/36; Philadelphia works sold to Baldwin, 10/36; Phleger design,
       10/44; "Norris Engines on the Birmingham & Gloucester Ry," by G.W.
       Bishop, 10/46-52; "The Norris Locomotive-Its Origin and Vogue in
       America," by P.C. Dewhurst, 79/6-44 (design of 4-2-0 and 4-4-0 types);
       "Norris Locomotives in Europe," by P.C. Dewhurst, 79/45-72; 109/34-44;
       81/67-69; "Richard Norris Locomotives in California," by G.M. Best,
       127/45-55; "Once the Greatest of Builders: The ...," by J.H. White, 150/17-86
       (history and loco. construction list); 152/124; Schenectady Loco. Works control,
       14/25-26; "A Norris Locomotive in Japan?" 31/31-32; 32/70; first 4-6-0,
       64/8; single driver locos., 114/29; early history, 91/20-21; types being built in
       1841, 79/76; list of locos. sold thru 1840, 79/77; list of locos. to Europe,
       79/77-79; notes, 80/6
North & South RR (Georgia): 17/34; 140/8,,loco. 27, 81
North Arkansas & Western Ry: 60/67
North Carolina: "Early Days of Iron Horse in . . . ," by F.A. Olds, 12/25-27;
       " . . . Railroads, 1833-1850," map, 103/72; Civil War railroads, 108/66
North Carolina RR: "A Southern Railroad at War: The. . . and the Confederacy,"
       by Allen W. Trelease, 164/5-41
North Conway, New Hampshire, 59/37-42
North Georgia & North Carolina RR: 157/27-28
No. Jersey St. Ry.: loco. 162/79
North Kane RR: 82/61
North Louisiana & Gulf RR: 144/60
North Louisiana & Texas RR: 140/8, 83
North Missouri RR: 132/73, 74; 133/8-10, 33, locos., 38,52-54, 72
North Pacific Coast RR: commutation fare differences for men and women in
       1897, 142/121; history, 29/30-32; locos., 29/33-38; mention, 49/66;
       104/45; 149/68, 69
North Pacific iron Works: 103/63
North Pennsylvania RR: roster, 118/52-53, photo between 48 and 49;
       mention, 96/53,57; 72/53; 67/63
North Shore RR: 29/32, 38; 77/16
"The North-South Railroads of America," by Ralph Cooper, 113/32-42
North Star Lbr. Co.'s RR: 93/98
North Stratford RR: loco. 152/81-83
North Texas & Santa Fe RR: 60/37
"The North Western's Legacy," by H. Roger Grant, 180/127-135
North Western Motor Co.: hand car, 127/95
North Wisconsin Ry: Wis/33,36; 154/18,20
Northampton & Bath RR: 84/54; 119/54, 55
Northampton & Springfield RR: 47/18-l9; 32/37
Northeast Oklahoma RR 60/15,55-56; loco. 154/102
Northern Ry (California): 17/49, 51; 94/ 21, 64, 70, 74, 77, 89, 128, 137; loco.
       notes, SP/17,50, 60,71, 105, 109
Northern RR (New Hampshire): loco. records, 29/8-14; loco. Col. Hosley
       photo, 29/15; loco. engineers of .... 29/15-20; VC/26-27, 75; mention, 17/17
Northern RR of New Jersey: 131/11, 39
Northern Railroad (New York): VC/75-76, 91-92, locos., 96-97; "The Ogdensburgh
       Connection: A Failed Dream in Northern New York," by Shaw and
       Walsh, 145/11-45; loco. notes (1851), 145/26; "History of the Northern New
       York RR," by L. Doherty, 47/90-94; "The Malone Shops," by L. Doherty,
       59/49-53; Wheeler Station at Malone, 49/91-94; mention, 58/58, 60; involvement
       with Rome, Watertown & Ogdensburgh, 178/121-122
Northern Adirondack RR: loco. data, 8/82; mention, 49/66; VC/94
Northern California RR: 94/22, locos., 71, 134; mention, 17/49; SP/17,
       locos., 57, 62, 104
Northern Central RR: acquisition of Shamoken Valley & Pottsville RR, 107/38;
       lease of Lykins Valley RR, 105/45-46; Civil War, 108/52; track elevations
       Harrisburg to Sunbury, 110/63; lease of Elmira, Jefferson & Canandaigua
       RR and Chemung RR, 118/84; mention, 66/48; 89/158
Northern Cross RR: ". . . ," by W.A. Newton, 81/23-28; "... ," by C.E. Fisher,
       84/58-60; locos. 1838, 62/62; history and locos. 1840, 101/49-50; locos.,
       92/86, 87; history, 133/10-12, 33, locos., 45, 49; mention, 24/5, 7, 8, 13, 18, 28;
       80/47-48,55; 76/12; 93/116; 88/72-73; Q2/11; loco. 167/30
Northern Dakota Ry: 143/42
Northern Electric Ry: 48/38, 39, 40
Northern Illinois RR: 136/71
Northern Indiana RR: 183/16ff
Northern Indiana Ry: 87/61-62; loco. 156/61
Northern Indiana Public Service Co.: 143/126
Northern Lbr. Co.'s RR: 93/98
Northern Maine Seaport RR: 53/40
Northern Missouri RR: St. Louis station, 120/39, 40
Northern New York RR: see Northern RR (New York)
Northern Ohio Ry.: 172/51-52
Northern Ohio Traction & Lt. Co.: 151/31, 35, 38
Northern Pacific Ry: "Henry Villard," by F.P. Donovan, 89/5, 9-15; "The
       Biography of a Heavy Pacific," by Robert L. Frey, 135/59-78 (Q5 and 6, Nos.
       2226-2265); "Early ... Consolidations," by F. Jukes, 102/35-42;
       employee timetable No. 1, Sept. 2, 1883, 17/86; 4-6-0 and 4-8-0 types, 29/20-21;
       Minneapolis & St. Louis track purchase, 31/33; original chartering, VC/31-33;
       involvement with Wisconsim Central at Chicago, 54/64-65, 75, 80-83;
       locos. No. 72-77, 2-6-0 Wootten firebox, 100/11-12; 101/89; photo
       100/between 8 and 9 miscaptioned North Pennsylvania RR; acquisition
       (Seattle Terminal Co.), 110/70; involvement in Seattle, 110/66; USRA
       freight cars, 128/18, 19, 28; Class Z-4 construction, 130/85; track
       construction at Flat Head Indian Reservation, 1882, 130/101; involvement in
       upper Michigan with Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic RR, 111/36, 46, 50, 53;
       history, Wis/56-58; archives, 142/93; loco. notes, 123/76; emblem 153/30;
       loco. 154/72; 175/131; involvement with dry land farming, 176/82ff
Northern RR.& Navigation Co.: 92/11; 64/32
Northern Shawmut RR: 93/20
Northern Susquehanna RR: 49/36; 70/60
Northern Woodland Co's. RR: Wis/10, 18
Northumberland Car & Mfg. Co.: 138/40
Northwest Lbr. Co.: 154/41, 43
Northwestern & Copper Valley RR: 168/54
Northwestern Coal Co.'s RR: Wis/58-59
Northwestern of South Carolina RR: 49/67; loco. 157/101
Northwestern Ohio RR: 119/71
Northwestern Pacific RR: "The Railroads That Make Up the Present ...," by
       S.M. Truitt, 29/26-43; locos. in 1916,29/41-42; freight train ride 1960s,
       118/70-72; USRA freight cars, 128/28-33; railfan trip April 10, 1938 to Fort
       Bragg, 47/99-105; 100/41; emblem 153/27
Northwestern Union Ry: Wis/8, 16; 121/43; 135/6
Norwich & Worcester RR: loco. data, 8/82; locos. 1840, 62/47; history and
       locos. 1840, 101/50; history, 33/41;49/81; roster, 49/82-84; photo, 49/85;
       William P. Greene loco. photo, 150/63; dividends, 132/59, 60, 69;mention, 1/13;
       9/38; 17/16, 20, 31, 38; 22/58; 49/70; loco. 167/30, 31
"Notes on Early Railroads" (1832), 37/63-64
"A Note on the Los Angeles and San Pedro Railroad," by R.V. Mills, 55/58-63
"Notes on the Ogdensburgh & Lake Champlain RR," by C.F.H. Allen,
       102/49-50
"Notes on the Pittsburgh, Shawmut & Northern RR," by C.F.H. Allen,
       64/35-41
"Nothing at the End of the Rainbow: The Baltimore & Ohio's Adventure in
       Western Pennsylvania," by H.H. Harwood, 129/56-70
"The Numbering on the 'Pennsy'," by C.E.F. Allen, 65/83-93; 66/57-58
Nypano RR: 71/47


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