Railroads and Railroad History in the United States: P

Pablo & Tulare RR: 17/54
Pacific RR: St. Louis station, 120/39, 40
Pacific RR (Washington): 179/71
Pacific & Atlantic RR: 17/49; 35/53
Pacific & Eastern RR: 136/26, locos., 55, 56, 93; 143/66, 78
Pacific & San Bernardino RR: 97/36
Pacific Car & Foundry Co.: USRA freight cars, 128/14, 27; 138/20
Pacific Coast Ry: 94/125; 141/22
Pacific Coast Co.: 143/13
Pacific Electric Ry: SP/51, 52 (steam locos.); 94/77, 83, 132; 151/44, 31, 66; "Images of
       the . . .: Why Memories Matter," by Robert C. Post, 179/31-68
Pacific Ry & Nav. Co.: 94/22, locos., 28 77, 78; SP/22, 102, photo, 101
Pacific Ry. of Missouri: 1855 Gasconade bridge disaster, 184/62-65
Pacific Short Line Co.: 154/43
"Pacific Type Locomotives," by Paul T. Warner, 68/61-82
Packwaukee & Montello RR: 54/53, 71; Wis/64, 67
Paducah & Elizabethtown RR: 140/8, 27
Paducah & Gulf RR: 140/8, 80
Paducah & Memphis RR: 140/8, 80
Pagosa Lbr. Co.: 124/27
Paine & Co., J.M.: roster, 93/98
Painesville & Youngstown RR: mention 152/14; loco. Sparta, 157/95
Painesville, Canton & Bridgeport Narrow Gauge RR: 185/70, 75
Paint Rock Coal & Coke Co: 158/133
Palatine, Lake Zurich & Wauconda RR: loco. 159/62
Palatka & Indian Rapids RR: 86/81
Palm, Robertson & Co.: 8/31 (loco. builder)
Palmer & Machiasport RR: loco. on exhibition, 9/5-6; 98/76-78;142/89
Pamlico, Oriental & Western RR: loco. 162/79
Pan-American Ry.: loco 154/42
Panhandle & Gulf RR: 95/15
Panhandle & Santa Fe Ry: 60/29
"Panhandle Locomotives," by William Edson, 141/34-60
Paper money, railroad: 71/85-86
Park Rapids & Leech Lake Ry: 143/14
Parsons & Pacific RR: 63/12, 20, roster, 94
Pasadena City Ry: history and roster, 99/22, photo opp. 24
Passaic & Delaware RR: 50/60; 72/71
"Passengers: Patron or Parcel?" 135/33
Passenger cars: see Cars
"Passenger Locomotives: British versus American; A Glance at the '90s," by
       Fred Jukes, 100/52-63
Passenger trains: see Trains
Passes: "The Otto Mears Passes," by Josie Crum, 73/7-15; "More Otto Mears Passes,"
       97/55; "Ticket to Promontory," by R.A. LeMassena, 146/47-53; passes on
       Philadelphia, Wilmington & Baltimore, 126/105; "The Railroad Pass: Perk or Plunder?"
       by John H. White, Jr., 182/58-71; 184/149
["Writers of the Rail:] A Passion for Trains, Part 1" by Thomas M. Jacklin, 188/42-59,
       189/148-150
["Writers of the Rail:] A Passion for Trains, Part 2" by Thomas M. Jacklin, 189/60-80
       discussion 190/155
Patapsco & Back Rivers RR: loco. 154/84
Patents: "Some Early Locomotive ...," by Paul Warner, 87/9-20; 98/47-62
Paterson & Hudson River RR: locos. 1838, 6/26; 62/50; operation and locos. 1837,
       13/25-27; history and locos. 1840, 101/ 50; involvement with New Jersey RR
       & Trans. Co., 88/115, 141; loco. 167/31; mention, 131/11,24, 44
Paterson & Ramapo RR: 131/11, locos., 44; 72/24
"Paterson Locomotive Builders," by W.A. Lucas, 11/22-30
Patten & Sherman RR: 53/39; roster, 41; 55/75; 152/93
"The Patton Motor Car-An Early instance in Gas-Electric Traction," by
       B.N. Smith, 129/86-93
Paul & Beggs: 11/22 (loco. builder)
Paul, & Son, Thomas H.: 141/19-26 (loco. builder)
Paul Smith's Electric Light, Power & Railroad Co.: electric motor car, 139/86-87; 174/65
Pay car: Michigan Central (1879), 134/94; B&O RR, 138/124
Peabody Coal Co: 156/59, 75
Pearl River Lbr. Co.: 140/86
Pearl River Valley RR: 63/65
Pebbledale Phosphate Co.: 162/74
Pecos Valley & North Eastern RR: locos., 75/25, 39, 158-159; SF/17
Peekskill Valley RR: 57/7
Pekin, Lincoln & Decatur RR: 133/17, 33; 140/8, locos., 81
Pemigewasset Valley RR: 17/22
Peninsula Ry (Michigan): 98/8
Peninsular Bark & Lbr. Co.: 54/162
Peninsular Florida RR: 86/48-49
Peninsular Terminal RR: 100/41
Penn Central: merger, 125/44-45; "Too Big to Fail?", by Robert Holzweiss, 188/12-27;
       emblem 153/61
Penn Haven & White Haven RR: 42/12; 110/61; 126/10
Pennsylvania: "Railroads of the First and Second Anthracite Coal Fields in
       Pennsylvania," by Earl J. Heydinger, 105/38-50; 106/32-39; 107/28-39; 108/19-29;
       109/16-29; 110/59bS; "Railroads of McKean County," by C.F.H. Allen,
       76/38-68; 78/64-85; 80/68-85; 81/29-54; 82/58-67
Pennsylvania RR, locomotives: "The Steam Locomotives of the Pennsylvania
       Railroad System," by C.E. Fisher, 89/139-158; 90/133-146; 91/130-152;
       early loco. history, 89/144-148, roster 1847-1858, 89/148-154; roster,
       replacement to original numbers, 89/154-155; roster 1861-1870, 89/155-158;
       1870-1896 descriptive history, 90/133-146; British built loco., 90/141,
       photo opp. 144; 1900-1940s descriptive history, 91/130-146; list of first
       engine, and date for each different class with old and new classifications,
       91/146-148; specifications of each class, 91/149-152; "Class 'R'," by C.B.
       Chaney, 68/57-60 (H-3. 2-8-0); "Class 'O' Engines," by C.B. Chaney, 64/58-60
       (D8-D10, 4-4-0); "The Numbering on the Pennsy," by C.E. Fisher, 65/83-93;
       66/57-58; "A Much Travelled Engine, No. 1053," by C.E. Fisher,
       70/76-79 (1889 International American Congress special train); "Eight Wheelers
       Between New York and Philadelphia, 1870-1900," by Paul T. Warner,
       96/45-53 (classes C, K, P, L); "Engine Watching at Philadelphia, 1900," by
       Paul T. Warner, 96/44; "Fat Annie, Pioneer Pennsy Pacific," by F. Westing,
       100/44-51 (No. 7067, class K-28); Locomotives for Madison Hill," by
       Elmer G. Sulzer, 123/23-43; "Why the Pennsy Modified the P5a Class
       Electrics," by F. Westing, 130/61-67; "Pennsylvania's Pioneer Rectifiers," by
       Michael Bezilla, 137/64-79; 4-4-0s and passenger trains, 35/23-24, 26, 29, 30;
       hard coal locos., 52/19-20,23; class D16, 52/26, 27; class E-1,52/27-38;
       No. 2762, 56/85; Beyer Peacock & Co. experimental loco., 58/21; 152/119;
       153/103; Class P (D11-D16, 4-4-0), 59/7-11; 4-4-2 type, 62/11-12, 16-18, 19;
       early 4-6-0s, 64/9-10; class G-3, G-5 4-6-0, 64/15, 20; 4-6-2s, 68/67, 68-69,
       71; origin of Belpaire boiler, 68/57; B-7 0-6-0, 68/59; No. 5399, 4-6-2, 68/77;
       class D-5 4-4-0, 70/79; feedwater heaters on I-1, 73/67; Altoona & Juniata shop
       numbers, 92/98; first 2-6-0s, 100/8; class F 2-6-0, 100/15; class J-28 2-6-2;
       100/45; single driver locos., 114/28, 36; class H-6 2-8-0, 124/51-60; Russian
       2-10-0s, 124/68; recovery of a wrecked loco. near Pottsville, Pennsylvania (1908),
       127/50; first oil burning loco. (1887), 133/125; Norris built Kittatiny 2-6-0 lithograph,
       150/71; loco. notes: 10/42ff; 108/69; 109/33; 94/130, 131; 113/29; 118/58;
       136/51; Pennsylvania Railroad Motive Power Strategies, 1920-1950," by Michael
       Bezilla, 164/42-52; 165/121; "The Great (Motive) Power Struggle: The . . . v. General
       Motors, 1935-1949," by Mark Reutter, 170/15-33; Delmarva, 1947, 170/76-94;
       185/95; mention 155/37
Pennsylvania RR, acquisitions and involvement with other railroads:
       Alexandria & Fredericksburg RR and Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac RR,
       117/36-40; Allegheny Portage RR, 44/18-19; Allegheny Valley RR low grade
       line, 129/61; Beech Creek RR, 96/26, 28, 31; Bellefonte Central RR, 117/10,
       11; Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburgh RR at Vintondale and Bradford,
       81/35; Camden & Amboy and RRs across New Jersey, 88/159; Camden & Atlantic
       RR, 73/25, 26; Cincinnati & Muskingum Valley RR, 137/16-17; Hocking
       Valley RR, 98/79; Kinzua-Westline branch, 80/85; Lehigh & Hudson River
       RR, 47/68, 70; Lehigh Valley RR, 109/26-27; 126/22, 29, 34; Lykens
       Valley RR, 105/44; Mansfield, Coldwater & Lake Erie RR, 119/69-71;
       Nescopec RR, 109/28; Northern Central RR, 105/45; Philadelphia,
       Wilmington & Baltimore RR, 130/60; Pittsburgh.& Lake Erie RR, 112/14, 15;
       Pittsburgh, Shawmut & Northern RR, 93/20,21-32, 49; Poughkeepsie Bridge,
       50/11-12; 119/14; Readiing RR at Frackville, 108/33; Sandusky &
       Columbus Short Line RR, 134/37-38; Sunbury, Hazleton & Wilkes Barre RR,
       109/28; Tyrone Division, 100/82-84; Tyrone to Scotia, 117/11; Tyrone &
       Clearfield Branch, 35/7-9; Wabash RR, 133/27, 28; railroads south of
       Washington, D.C. in 1860s, 105/28-29, 30
Pennsylvanja RR passenger service: "The Atlantic City High Speed Line," by G.
       Thomas, 20/44-51 (train service and locos.); "Origin of the Steel Passenger
       Car," by George Gibbs, 138/71-73; passenger train colors, 4/27-28; Jarrett
       & Palmer Special, 11/32; 37/66; Chicago Union Station, 49/101-104;
       Woodruff sleeping car agreement (1858), 59/34-36; train operation at
       Philadelphia (1910-1930), 91/153-155; faster train speeds (1895), 130/60;
       observation cars (1879), 138/70; Broad Street station (1887), 139/87; Penn. Sta.,
       NYC, 171/46ff; 172/81-82
Pennsylvania RR, signalling: first block signals (1863), 34/11; reverse signalling
       near Spruce Creek, Pennsylvania, 34/13-14; first block signalling on single
       track, 34/14, 15; signalling, 44/76ff
Pennsylvania RR, misc. topics: first air brakes, 40/9, 10, 11; actions of 1848
       state legislature, 44/19; "Pennsylvania RR in Maryland," by W.R. Hicks,
       85/9-10; John S. Powell, 91/153-155; "Recollections of the Pennsylvania RR
       Station at Lima, Ohio," by D.F. Fullerton, 91/156-159; line to Washington,
       D.C., 105/27; Washiington electrification, 105/32; "Railroad Strike of 1877
       in Altoona," by S.C. Walker, 117/1825; Horseshoe Curve-National Historic
       Site, 124/34; Greenville, Jersey City, terminal, 126/22; USRA freight cars,
       128/28-33; telephone dispatching, 130/55-56; early dividends, 132/64,
       69; Susquehanna bridge at Havre de Grace, 134/39, 55; 1901 dividend
       investment income, 135/78; 1914 rectifier car trial on New Haven RR, 138/86; death
       of engineer and brakeman (1887), 139/87; tunnel into Manhattan (1887), 141/33; RR
       archives, 149/122; emblem 153/55; R&LHS Chicago Chapter 1936 fan trip,
       169/69-80; "John Edgar Thomson and the Cult of Personality on the ," by James A.
       Ward, 177/69-77; 19th Century photos, 184/78-95,185/95; Hudson River crossing,
       186/17ff; "The Curve," by Dan Cupper, 190/12-25; mention 155/37; "[Preservation Topics]
       Salvaging History," by Christopher Baer, 192/76-87; "Battle over Coal," (Penn State),
       by Michael Bezilla, 194/58-67
Pennsylvania & New York Canal & RR Co.: 126/10, locos., 38, 39, 40, 44, 45,
       59, 60, 61, 62; 42/13, 15-16, 17; 122/79-80
Pennsylvania & Northwestern RR: 35/7; 158/113-115
Pennsylvania & Rochester RR: 80/71
Pennsylvania Coal Co.'s RR: 3 cylinder loco., 58/20; loco. notes, 131/53;
       mention, 9/39; 131/27
Pennsylvania Gas Coal Co.: 162/73
Pennsylvania Limited: 1/19; 4/27
Pennsylvania, Poughkeepsie & Boston RR: 119/23-24; 118/54, photo between 48
       and 49
Pennsylvania Special: 1/19
Pennsylvania State RR: 155/71-72
Penn Tann. Co.: 162/71, 72
Penn Yan & New York RR: 55/50
Penobscot & Kennebec RR: brief history and locos., 3/45-49; roster, 12/34-35;
       55/66; letter concerning construction,89/161-162; mention, 7/54; 9/12;
       20/43; 23/22; 55/64-65; 152/52; 156/19ff
Penobscot Central Ry: Patton loco., 129/92
Penobscot River RR: 106/46
Penobscot Short Line Co.: 3/51
Penokee RR: 54/68-69, 71; Wis/64, 68
Pensacola RR: 86/11, 115
Pensacola, Alabama & Tennessee RR: 86/127-128
Pensacola & Atlantic RR: 86/115-122, 43
Pensacola & Georgia RR: history, 86/11, 24-26, 36, 64; roster, 86/26, 27
Pensacola & Louisville RR: 86/115
Pensacola & Montgomery RR: locos. 1840, 62/60
Pensacola & Perdido RR & Canal Co.: history, 86/11, 39-40; locos., 88/86
Pensacola Electric Terminal Co.: 162/68
Pensacola Northern RR: 86/128
Peoples Ry: 118/59, 60, photo between 48 and 49; mention, 109/27
People's Pacific RR: VC/31
Peoria & Burliington RR: 78/46; 82/32
Peoria & Farmington RR: 31/44; 154/28
Peoria & Oquawka RR: "...," by A.W. Newton, 82/25-32; 24/6, 7, 8, 14, 18,
       28; 80/54, 55; 88/72-73; 92/8.7; Q2/18
Peoria & Pekin Terminal RR: 140/13, 16, 25, 38
Peoria & Pekin Union RR: 66/35; 75/34; CNW/32; loco. notes, 140/13, 16, 25,
       38, 96; 158/119-124; 160/135
Peoria & Rock Island RR: 140/65
Peoria & Springfield RR: 158/119, 123
Peoria, Decatur & Evansville RR: 140/8, locos., 14, 81, 82
Peoria, Pekin & Jacksonville RR: 133/33, locos., 38,58; 158/119
Peoria Terminal Co.: 72/123
Pequest & Walkill RR: 47/68
Pere Marquette Ry: train service Detroit to Toledo, 44/88-89; Chicago entrance,
       73/60; mention, 31/31; involvement with Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
       RR and Chicago, Cincinnati & Louisville RR, 114/8-9; Erie 2-8-2s, 131/95;
       USRA freight cars, 128/28-33; loco. notes, 133/80, 81, 96; "Michigan's
       Iron Cobweb," by F.C. Olds, 129/18-34 (history and operation near lonia);
       mention, 145/80
"Perfect Timing," 139/113
Perry RR: 81/30, 31, 33
Peshtigo Lbr. Co.: 188/8; Wis/62-63
Petaluma & Haystack RR: 29/27
Peterboro & Shirley RR: 17/17; 146/61
Peterborough RR: 17/21
Petersburg RR: loco. 1838, 62/56; history and loco. 1840, 101/50-52; 103/71;
       loco. notes, 124/49; track construction 82/48; 1835 article, 26/53-54;
       mention, 20/37-40; 86/80; 88/91; loco., 175/121; 177/104
Petersburg & Lynchburg RR: 108/53
Petersburg & Roanoke RR: 1835 notes 26/54; mention, 26/54; 82/43-44, 54
       101/50; 103/71
Petersburg & Sea Isle RR: 67/13
Petersberg-Blakely RR: 12/25, 26
Petervide Lbr. Co.: 94/55
Philadelphia & Atlantic City RR: 73/38-39; locos., 118/43-44
Philadelphia & Baltimore Central RR: 21/33
Philadelphia & Columbia RR: container cars, 5/60, 62; locos. (1838), 6/27,
       62/51-52; operation and locos. (1837) 13/28-33; history and locos. (1840),
       101/53-55; first locos., 20/39, 40; 89/142-143; 1857 roster, 89/152-154;
       George Washington loco., 150/19-20; William Penn loco., 150/20; loco. notes,
       10/43, 44, 45; need for RR in 1827, 30/30, 35; Belmont Plane, 150/19
       first passenger cars, 32/53-54, 55; comments by John Jervis on loco.
       expenses and performance in 1835, 55/33-36; mention, 8/10; 9/37
Philadelphia & Erie RR: Erie RR trackage rights, 76/48; oil boom, 91/99-100;
       involvement with Catawissa RR and Atlantic and Great Western RR, 108/25;
       mention, 89/154
Philadelphia & Reading Ry, locomotives: "History of the Locomotives of the
       Reading," by George M. Hart, 67/5-119; "Eight Wheelers Between New
       York and Philadelphia, 1870-1900,' by Paul Warner, 96/53-62; "Elliott's
       Engines on the Reading," by F. Westing, 97/56-57; "The Reading Columbia,"
       by F.S. Graham, 99/27-30 "Wootten and the Reading Shops," by
       James L. Holton, 141/61-76; Catawissa loco., 46/4243; Chesapeake loco.,
       10/40; 64/8-9; 79/42; Gowan & Marx loco., 35/12-15, 17; 47/46; Pawnee
       class loco., 100/7; Philadelphia loco. 79/41-42; Richmond loco., 150/24;
       single driver, 3/16-17; 114/35, 36; locos. (1838), 6/27; 62/51; history and
       locos. (1841), 101/56-57; flexible beam, 8/16; early locos., 20/41;
       91/16-17, 18-19, 22; 4-4-0 Wootten firebox, 35/25-28, 3 cylinder locos.,
       58/22-24, 29; 97/58-61; 4-4-2 type, 62/15-16; gunboat 4-6-0, 64/12-14; photo,
       21; later 4-6-0s, 64/20-21; 4-6-2s, 68/74-75; 4-4-4 type, 97/63-64; rebuilt
       2-4-2s and 2-6-0s, 100/20; No. 507, 4-2-2, 96/56-57; Russian Decapods, 124/68,
       72,73,75; early anthracite burning locos., 52/13-14, 17-18, 20, 23, 25; loco.
       notes, 59/68, 69; Millholland feedwater heater, 73/65
Philadelphia & Reading, acquisitions and involvement with other railroads:
       Atlantic & Great Western RR, 91/31; Auburn & Port Clinton RR, 105/48;
       Baltimore & Ohio thru trains, 21/32; Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburgh, 81/33;
       Catawissa RR, 108/25; Good Spring RR extension, 105/43; Lehigh
       Valley RR, 126/18; Little Schuylkill RR & East Mahanoy RR, 108/20, 21;
       Locust Gap RR, Enterprise RR, 108/30; Lorberry Creek RR, 105/41; Mill
       Creek & Mine Hill RR and Mahanoy & Broad Mountain RR, 108/29; 106/38;
       Mine Hill & Schuylkill Haven RR, 107/30-31, 32; Mount Carbon RR,
       107/34
Philadelphia & Reading, misc.: coal and Central New England RR, 119/22-24;
       50/9ff; Poughkeepsie agreement with LV, CNJ, NYC, B&M, BR&P, 42/22-23;
       Schuylkill & Susquchanna RR and Allentown RR, 105/49; Schuylkill
       Valley Nav. & RR, 106/39; Schuylkill canal competition, 106/32-35; Shamoken,
       Sunbury & Lewisburg RR, 108/33; Swatara RR, 105/42; Tamaqua,
       Hazleton & Northern RR, 108/27; Union Canal RR, 105/40; Williams
       Valley RR, 105/43; Zerbe Valley RR and Mahanoy & Shamokin RR,
       108/31-32; "The Atlantic City High Speed Line," by Granville Thomas, 1/20;
       20/44-51; coal pier (1864), 21/25; James Millholland, 79/41-42;
       signalling, 44/79, 80, 81; history, 67/9-15; reasons for construction, 105/39;
       lateral railroads, 106/34-36; hand cars (1848), 127/67, 68; USRA freight cars,
       128/28-33; early dividends, 132/64, 69; torpedoes (1870), 136/124; mileage
       tickets (1860), 141/76; archives, 133/114; mention, 113/29
Philadelphia & Sea Shore RR: 118/45, photo between 48 and 49
Philadelphia & Sunbury RR; 118/52; 107/38
Philadelphia & Trenton RR: locos. 1838, 6/27, 62/51; history & locos. 1840
       101/57; efforts to lay track in New Jersey, 88/125-126; loco. Black Hawk
       89/141; mention, 8/10; 9/36; 21/24; 96/45
Philadelphia & West Chester Traction Co.: 151/16, 25, 40
Philadelphia & Wilmington RR: locos. 1838, 6/27
Philadelphia, Baltimore & Washington RR, mention 152/13; 153/103
Philadelphia, Bethlehem & New England RR: loco 152/102
Philadelphia, Germantown & Norristown RR: locos. 1838, 6/26; 62/51; history
       and locos. 1841, 101/57-59; Old Ironsides loco., 118/86-87; locos.,
       90/80-81; roster, 118/54-56; first passenger car, 32/51; Norris loco., 79/9,
       10, 28; mention, 8/8, 13; 20/38; 67/9; 67/57; 132/64
Philadelphia, Harrisburg & Potomac RR: 118/59, 60
Philadelphia, Marlton & Medford RR: 73/25, 27, 30, 36-37
Philadelphia, Reading & New England RR: 50/13, roster, 22; photo, No. 14, 50/17;
       photo, No. 19, 50/21; history, 19/23-24, 25, photo between 32 and 33
Philadelphia Street Ry: Ransom patented steam car, photo, 123/between 16 and 17
Philadelphia, Wilmington & Baltimore RR: "The ...," by C.E. Fisher, 21/5-34;
       loco. records, 21/10, 11, 14-15, 18, 21-27; Havre de Grace Susquchanna
       bridge, 21/25, 27, photos following 36; "The Susquchanna Bridge on the . . . ,"
       by G.A. Parker, 134/49-55; locos 1838, 6/29; 62/54; history and locos.
       1840, 101/59-60; New Castle built loco., 18/33-36; loco. records, 18/36-37;
       first three cylinder locos. (1848) 58/20; loco. Phantom photo, 139/41;
       during Civil War, 130/51-53; early dividends, 132/64, 69; passes 1861,
       126/105; original Philadelphia station, 127/5; Baltimore, 106/24-25; mention
       20/40, 43; mention 152/13; 153/103
Philips & Rangeley RR: history, 37/22-24, 35; locos., 37/19; history, 57/31,
       40-45; 57/29, 33; mention, 3/52
Phillips & Ryan Lbr. Co.: 94/32
Philipsburg, Farnham & Yamaska Ry: 49/18
"Phineas Banning and the Los Angeles and San Pedro RR," by G.H. Kneiss,
       97/27-54
Phoenix & Eastern RR: 94/22, 86, 132, 133, 147; SP/18, 104
Phoenix Foundry: 150/18 (loco. builder)
Photographs: "Photo Use: Responsibilities and Rights," by H.H. Harwood,
       135/95-99; "History and the Railroad Photographer," by H.H. Harwood, 144/6-8;
       "The Steam Engine in Prints and Photographs," by John H. White Jr., 152/29-41;
       "Covered Wagons and Geeps," by J. Parker Lamb, Dsl/111-123; "[Print & Image]
       Mystery Photo Cars," by John Gruber, 184/110-113; "[Print & Image] Picturing the
       Railway, Part 1", by Alan M. Levitt, 192/66-75, "...Part 2," by David L. Rousar, 193/74-81
;        "Big Sholders," by Mark Reutter (photos of Jack Delano), 194/46-57; "[Print & Image]
       Giants and Dwarfs," (Richard H. Kindig, Colorado Steam) by James L. Ehernberger, 196/50-57
       "Artist of the Rail: Phil Hastings," by Tony Reevy, 198/66-78; "Artist of the Rail:
       Jack Delano," by Tony Reevy, 201/41
"Photography as a Tool for Industrial Development," Andrew J. Russell, by John Gruber: 208/36
Pickens RR: 119/51; 84/53
Pickens Lbr., W.H.: 75/43
Pickering Lbr. Co.: 140/36
Pidgeon River Lbr. Co.: 154/41
"A Piece of the True Cross: The Derby Horse Railway's 'Electric
       Line Motor' of 1888," by John R. Stevens, 157/65-84; 158/149
Piedmont & Cumberland RR: 113/14-16, 24, 28
Piedmont & Northern RR: 151/51, 60
Pierre & Fort Pierre Bridge Co.: CNW/13, locos., 32, 36,58, 69
Pierre, Rapid City & North Western RR: CNW/13, locos., 38, 69
Piggy back: 1920s-1930s, 149/79-81
Pilkington Glass Co.: 152/104
"Pilots Here and There," by F. Jukes 107/40-85 (loco. pilots-cow catchers)
Pine Bluff & Eastern RR: loco. 185/75
Pine Creek RR: 55/51,52
Pine Creek & Buffalo RR: 96/28
Pine Grove & Lebanon RR: 105/42
Pine Mountain RR: 108/8
Pine River Valley & Stevens Point RR: 136/26,locos., 108; Wis/21, 30
"Pineapples, Sugar & War," by G.H. Kneiss, 96/7-15 (Hawaii)
Pioche Pacific RR: 94/96
"Pioneer Experience in Electric Traction and the New Haven RR," by S.
       Withington, 26/25-32
"Pioneer and the Lincoln Funeral Train," by Charles Long, 88-100, 101
"Pioneer Locomotives of Puget Sound," by H.G. Benton, 114/37-40
"A Pioneer Locomotive Builder," by R.H. Sanford, 8/7-23 (Baldwin)
"Pioneer Locomotives of North America," by R.R. Brown, 101/7-76
"Pioneer Locomotives of the Pacific Coast," by T.C. Young, 20/52-54
"Pioneer Switching and Terminal Railway: The Peoria
       & Pekin Union," Paul H. Stringham, 158/119-124; 160/135
Pittsburgh RR: loco. notes, 68/43-44, photo between 44 and 45
Pittsburgh & Beck's Run RR: 112/10, 11
Pittsburgh & Castle Shannon RR: 47/61
Pittsburgh & Eastern RR: 96/33, 35
Pittsburgh & Erie RR: 71/38-39
Pittsburgh & Lake Erie RR: "The Little Giant, the ...," by Donald Duke,
       112/7-35; roster, 112/36-38; 113/76; 114/14; history, 112/7-12; loco. data,
       112/17-19; passenger service, 112/19-22; stations, 112/22-23; freight yards,
       112/26-27; trackage rights by B&O RR, 129/68; USRA freight cars, 128/28;
       loco. notes, 145/109; 89/160; 110/58; 98/69; 94/31; loco. 152/104; emblem
       153/38; WM connection, 155/75-76; locos. 161/96-97; 185/95
Pittsburgh & McKeesport Car & Loco. Works: 103/61-62
Pittsburgh & Moon Run RR: 112/16
Pittsburgh & New York RR: 81/30
Pittsburgh & North Eastern RR: 92/34; 133/114
Pittsburgh & Shawmut RR: history, 93/ 61-64; roster, 93/64-66; involvemen1
       with Pittsburgh, Shawmut & Northern RR, 93/55-56; ". . . ," by C.F.H. Allen,
       64/42-43, roster, 43; loco. notes, 96/18-19; emblem 153/60; mention, 61/83
Pittsburgh & State Line RR: 81/31
Pittsburgh & Susquehanna RR: 119/52
Pittsburgh & West Virginia RR: Frank Taplin contract, 129/66, 67, 69; origin, 185/68, 70;
       locos, 87-90, 96; mention, 119/56
Pittsburgh & Western RR: extension to Ohio, 148/37; involvement with Big Level &
       Kinzaa RR, 78/79-80; with Bradford, Bordell & Kinzua RR, 78/72, 74; with Buffalo,
       Rochester & Pittsburgh RR, 81/35; loco., 186/87; mention, 80/79; 85/45;
       141/24, 25, 26
Pittsburgh, Allegheny & McKees Rocks RR: loco. 159/58
Pittsburgh, Binghamton & Eastern RR: 72/114; loco. 152/96
Pittsburgh, Bradford & Buffalo RR: 91/98
Pittsburgh, Carnegie & Western RR: 185/68, 70, 95
"Pittsburgh, Chartiers & Youghiogheny Ry," by I.W. Saunders, 89/159-160,
       roster, 160; mention, 112/14; loco. 152/104
Pittsburgh, Cincinnati & St. Louis RR: lease of Jeffersonville, Madison &
       Indianapolis RR, 123/29; Cincinnati Station, 132/19-21, 30; loco., 141/38, 39-44
Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago & St Louis RR: "Panhandle Locomotives,"
       by W.D. Edson, 141/34-60
Pittsburgh, Columbus & Cincinnati RR: 10/36
Pittsburgh County Ry: 60/63-64
Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago RR: Chicago yard and terminal, 122/56;
       CB&Q use of Union Station (1880) 24/39; Chicago Union Station,
       49/101-104; steam dummy, 77/36; loco. notes, 89/154; bankruptcy and
       involvement with John Jervis, 30/25-28; thefts (1887), 132/128
Pittsburgh, Harmony, Butler & New Castle Ry: 151/28
Pittsburgh, Lackawanna & North Eastern RR: 92/44
Pittsburgh, Lisbon & Western RR: loco., 175/126; 185/70, 95
Pittsburgh, McKeesport & Youghioghenny RR: 112/13-14, roster, 38; USRA
       freight cars, 128/12, 18,29-33
Pittsburgh, Shawmut & Northern RR: "...," by W.W. Robinson, 61/76-88;
       roster, 61/86-88; 62/82-83; 64/33,34; "Notes on the ...," by C.F.H. Allen,
       64/35-41; Kasson Loop, 64/38-39; list of corporations comprising PS&N,
       64/50-41; "The ... and All Associated and Predecessor Roads," by C.F.H. Allen,
       92/8-72; 93/11-66; 96/5, 16-23; roster, 93/35-44; "...," by C.F.H.
       Allen, 82/58-61 (final years); involvement with Bradford, Bordell & Kinzua RR,
       81/53-54; mention, 76/50; 100/91; 72/l05; 120/64-65; 131/87; 2-10-0,
       124/75
Pittsburgh, Titusville & Buffalo RR: 91/98
Pittsburgh, Toledo & Western RR: 185/68, 70
Pittsburgh, Westmoreland & Somerset RR: "The Story of a Mountain Railroad,"
       by F.J. Langsdale, 96/63-79
Pittsfield & North Adams RR: 69/60
Placerville & Sacramento RR: 29/54-54
Placerville, Camino & Lake Tahoe RR: 34/41
Planes (incline): Allegheny Portage RR, 44/6, 17; Ashley (CNJ RR), 41/23-28;
       Baltimore & Ohio RR at Parr Spring Ridge (1830s), 6/12-16; Charleston
       and Hamburg RR (1834), 20/34-35; Delaware & Hudson RR, 82/7-24;
       Gordon Planes (Philadelphia & Reading RR), 107/30, 31, 32; Lexington &
       Ohio RR, 102/25-26; 5/7; Mahanoy Planes (P&R RR), 107/36-37, 38;
       Niagara Portage (1762),78/50
Plant System: 86/43, 44, 63-64ff; emblem 153/66
Platte County RR: Q2/55
Plattsburgh & Montreal RR: VC/95; 90/84
Plumville RR: 49/37; 70/60
Plymouth & Middleboro RR: 17/24
Poetry: "Down on the Old Colony," 2/18; "The Clang of the Bells," 2/43; "To a
       Locomotive in Winter," 9/32-33; "The Night Express," 11/38; "What the
       Engine Said" (Bret Harte), 12/52; "In Eighteen Fifty Two," 17/11; "The
       Bridge Builder," 31/16; "Travel" (Edna St. Vincent Millay), 31/23; "The
       Loco Cranks," 26/56; "Moccasin Train," 25/30; "A Dream of
       Poughkeepsie," 20/70; "The Little Locomotive with the Big Smoke Stack," 22/59;
       "Rollin into Kingfield," 38/39; "The Retired Engineer," 46/64; "The
       Freight Yards," 59/12-13; "Andrews Raid," 62/2143; "Shop Talk," 88/58;
       "Steam Engine Whistle," 93/6; "Old Times on the Beech Creek," 96/39-41;
       "The Yankee Clipper," 119/73-74; "The Train That Wlll Never Be Found,"
       135/55
"A Point in Time on the Milwaukee Road: The Custer Creek Olympian Tragedy,
       June 19, 1938," by Ralph S. Podas, 166/34-56
Poland Springs Ry: 56/90; loco. 152/67
Pontchartrain RR: locos. 1838, 6/33; 62/60; history & locos. 1840, 101/60;
       hand car, 127/66; notes, 20/37-40; 103/78
Pontiac, Oxford & Michigan Ry: 29/50
Pontiac, Oxford & Northern RR: 147/96, 163
Pontiac, Oxford & Port Austin RR: 147/96
Port Edwards, Centralia & North Eastern RR: 54/79, 167; Wis/64, 68
Port Huron & Lake Michigan RR: passenger car, 138/45; loco., 147/90
Port Isabel & Rio Grande Valley RR: 94/38,41
Port Jervis & Monticello Ry: 40/23-24; roster, 40/21; 75/165; 158/19
Port Jervis, Monticello & New York RR: 40/21, 23-24; 158/19; loco., 175/121, 131
Port Jervis, Monticello & Summitville RR: 40/24
Port of Palm Beach District RR: loco. 159/70
Portage RR (Pennsylvania): see Allegheny Portage RR
Portage RR (Indiana): 87/62
Portage & Superior RR: 54/2, 7, 8, 9
Portage Creek & Rich Valley RR: 82/65
Portage, Stevens Point & Superior RR: 54/7 -9
Portage, Winnebago & Superior RR: 54/9, 12; Wis/67
Porter Locomotive Co.: early narrow gauge locos. in the West, 149/57, 61
Porter Wadley Lbr. Co.: 88/89
Portland RR (Kentucky): 102/26
Portland & Kennebec RR: roster, 12/35-36; 55/66; mention, 14/18; 55/64; 152/52
Portland & Northern RR: 93/13
Portland & Ogdensburg RR: 3/51; roster, 55/69; Rouses Point Bridge, 53/60;
       loco. records, 34/56; loco. Hyde Park photo, 34/53; mention, 61/62; 99/42-43;
       152/52-53, Vermont Div. 53
Portland & Oxford Central RR: 56/87; 147/43; 152/53
Portland & Rochester RR: single driver loco., 3/18; loco. Alford, 9/13; mention,
       17/19,20, 25; roster, 34/52-53
Portland & Rumford Falls Ry: history and roster, 56/87-88; mention, 9/14;
       17/26; 37/20; 152/53, 67, 70
Portland & Vancouver RR: 103/61
Portland & Willamette Valley RR: 94/23 locos., 126, 127; SP/18,locos., 103
Portland Company: "The ...," by C.S Given, 9/6-14; first 100 locos., 9/15-19;
       "The . . . ," by R.F. Dole, 139/5-23 (history); loco. record, 139/24-38;
       passenger car construction, 139/14-15; mention, 8/24; 10/54-55; 150/53
Portland, Dallas & Salt Lake RR: 53/31
Portland, Eugene & Eastern RR: 94/22 locos., 123, 128
Portland Ry Light & Power Co.: 151/27. 54
Portland, Saco & Portsmouth RR: loco. Cumberland, 15/35, 36; loco. Augusta,
       139/10; loco. Berwick, 28/16-17; loco. records, 28/21-22; mention, 28/13,
       142/55; loco. 152/55
Portland Terminal Co.: roster, 56/90, 91, 96; 152/83
Portland, Vancouver & Yakima RR: 143/41
Portland West & North West RR: 147/58
Portsmouth & Roanoke RR: locos. 1838, 6/31; 62/56; history and locos. 1840,
       101/61; 103/71; 1835 article, 26/51-53; 1837 accident, 134/33; notes, 20/39-41
Portsmouth, Great Falls & Conway RR: 28/14-21
Portsmouth, Mt. Joy & Lancaster RR: 132/64, 68, 69
Portsmouth Steel Co.: 162/79
Potato Creek RR: 82/66-67; 49/36
Poteau & Cavanal Mountain RR: 60/14, 64
Poteau Valley RR: 60/14, 65
Potomac RR: 105/28
Potomac & Piedmont Coal & RR Co.: 113/8
Potomac Valley RR: 122/26
Potsdam & Watertown RR: 109/45, 53. loco. notes, 32/36; 178/121ff
Potts, Abraham: horse railroad (1827. 1828), 106/37
PottsvUle & Danville RR: locos. 1840, 62/53
Poughkeepsie & Connecticut RR: 50/9; 10, 20; 119/19, 29
Poughkeepsie & Eastern Ry: history, 50/12, 16-18, 20; roster, 50/23; photo
       wreck, 50/13; notes, 124/78; history, 119/12, 13, 16, 18, 25, 29, 31, photo
       between 32 and 33; roster, 50/23; loco. 162/71
Poughkeepsie & South Eastern RR: 50/13
Poughkeepsie Bridge RR Co.: 50/12, 14; 119/14
"Poughkeepsie Gateway," by D.W. McLaughlin, 119/6-32
Poughkeepsie, Hartford & Boston RR: history, 119/16-20, photo between 32
       and 33; mention, 50/9, 17
Poughkeepsie Locomotive Works: 10/54
Prairie Pebble Phos. Co.: 162/71, 73
"The Prairie du Chien Pontoon Bridge," by A.E. Miller, 58/46-54
Prairie du Chien & McGregor Ry: 58/50-51; 132/75; Wis/21, 30
"Prairie Fire: Technology and the Law on the Dakota Frontier," by Don L. Hofsommer,
       172/43-49
"Prairie Innovator: The Chicago Great Western Ry," by H.R. Grant, 149/70-82
Prairie State Coal Co.: 156/71
Prattsburgh RR: 85/8; 119/52
"Predecessor Lines of the Milwaukee Road," by W.D. Edson, 136/22-27
Prescott & Arizona Central RR," 75/129
Prescott & Eastern RR: 75/25, 162-163; SF/17
Prescott, Scott & Co.: 103/64 (loco. builder)
Preservation: of negatives, 124/36~40; of archival materials, 150/9-16
"The President Cleveland," 17/80 (B&O RR)
Pressed Steel Car Co.: USRA freight cars, 128/8, 14,27; 138/9-10
Preston RR: 93/112
Prestridge & Seligman Lbr.: 75/59
"The Previous History of El Paso and South-Western No. 1 and Some Things
       on Her Contemporaries on the Saint Paul," by L.A. Curtis, 15/60-63
Price Pancoast Coal Co.: 175/128
Princess Anne RR: 73/72
Princeton & North Western Ry: Wis/10, 18
Princeton & Western RR: Wis/9, 18
Prints: list of known railroad prints, 35/46-50; "The Steam Engine in Prints and
       Photographs," by , John H. White Jr., 152/29-41
"Private Car Companies Owning 500 or More Cars in the United States," 64/73
"The Private Library of John Bloomfield Jervis," by William Kessler, 52/41-47
Profile & Franconia Notch RR: 35/72
"The Profitability of Early American Railroads," by R.B. Shaw, 132/56-69
"Progress and Slavery on the South's Railroads," by Steven G. Collins, 181/6-25
"Promoting the Hudson River Railroad," by Steven Lubar, 157/55-63
Prosser's Cylinder Car: 97/70-72
"The Prosser Steam Street Car," by D.L. Stearns, 106/49-50
Providence & Plainfield RR: 22/54
Providence & Springfield RR: 49/80, 81; 17/21, 24
Providence & Stoningham RR: 7/48; 9/38; 18/53; passenger car, 138/46
Providence & Worcester RR: roster, 43/63-68; loco. data, 8/84; loco.
       Providence, 17/33; 1848 timetable, 33/17; 1860 timetable, 33/51; 1878 book of
       rules, 50/38-39; history, 33/41; Lincoln special train, 33/29; mention,
       17/17, 24; 9/39; 92/88; 109/53; loco. 152/64; 175/121
Providence, Warren & Bristol RR: loco. data, 8/75, 77; 47/81, 82, 84; electrification,
       26/31; mention, 9/40; 17/19, 24; 47/79
Pueblo & Arkansas Valley RR: 75/25, 148-149
Puget Sound & Wilipa Harbor RR: 136/93
Pullman Co.: first Pullman sleeper, 32/61; sleepers, 138/40-41; "Pullman Porters,"
       138/108; "Pullmans of the Future," 138/4; "Pullman's Board of Trade Special:
       The Train That Came Down Market Street," by G.M. Best, 135/79-94; 165/100ff;
       "Pioneer and the Lincoln Funeral Train," by Charles Long, 186/88-100; "A Pullman
       Postscript," by John H. White, Jr. 186/101
"[Preservation Topics] Pullman Reborn," by John P. Hankey 98-104
Pullman Standard Car Co.: "The Lightweight Passenger Car with Special
       Reference to Pullman," by W. Van Der Sluys, 145/45-68; history of car
       company and sleepers, 138/22, 52-70; USRA freight cars, 128/8, 14, 27
"Pullmans, Stations, Steam: The Railroad as an Aesthetic Object," by Bill Keirce, 179/7-29
Purdue University: "Locomotives at . . . ," 11/5-6; 12/13-14; 14/6-7; Eddy Clock
       loco., 2/17
"Putting It Together," Photo Essay by Ben M. Halpern, commentary by Mark Reutter,
       183/53-61 (RR employees at work)


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