Railroads and Railroad History in the United States: R

"Race to Chicago," by Graydon M. Meints, 183/6-29
Racine & Mississippi RR: 136/26; loco., 71, 85; Wis/20, 27, 28; 136/85
Ragley Lumber Co.: 162/75
Rahm, Philip: 130/69 (loco. builder)
Rail: see Track
Railfans: ethics, 84/75-76; excursion to Fort Bragg, California,47/99-105; first
       excursion (Hoosac Tunnel & Wilmington RR), 150/7; "A Rail Fan on Foot,"
       by C.O. Egerton, 82/33-42; "A Railfan's Story," by E. Turner, 118/61-75;
       books by raiffans, I42/7-16; "In Praise of Buffs and Other Matters," by
       David H. Hickcox, 153/13-16 (Guest editorial)
"Railroading on the Pioneer Route of the Milwaukee Road: The Dan Paine Story," by Ralph
       S. Podas, 178/77-106; 181/130-131
Railroad History and The Bulletin: "A Chronology of R&LHS and
       The Bulletin/Railroad History," by Dan Cupper, 200/29-35
Railroads: abandoned major . . . (1880-1938), 49/62-68; "The English
       Influence on American . . . ," by E.J. Heydinger, 91/7-45; English locos. in U.S.,
       91/24-27; English financing, 91/29-42; "Errors of ... Management" (1859),
       by l.C. Chesborough, 18/56; "Financing Super . . . ," by J.W. Barriger III,
       64/45-53; historic . . . sites (1969 list), 124/33-35; "Looking Back-Fifty
       Years of American . . .," by E.W. Williams, 125/5-46; "Manuscript Sources
       for ... History," by R.C. Post, 137/38-63; 138/85; "The North-South
       ... of America," by R. Cooper, 113/32~42; "On Time: . . . and the Tempo
       of American Life," by J.A. Ward, 151/87-95; ". .. and the Confederacy," by
       R.S. Henry, 40/46-52; ". . . and Their Construction-Cost Advantages" (1828),
       53/46-53; ". . . Bridge Company," 56/56-57 (Rock island bridge); "... Car
       Builders of the United States," by J.H. White, 138/5-29; "... Chronology"
       (1827-1859), 9/35-40; "The... Contractor" (1874), 137/63; "... Fan's
       Excursion to Fort Bragg, April 10, 1938," by D.L. Joslyn, 47/99-107;
       "The . . . Comes to Big Creek," by E.C. Burnett, 68/7-26; ". . . in Art," by Mrs.
       E.M. Seestedt, 118/21-42; "The . .. in Literature," by F.P. Donovan, Lit/1-138;
       53/6; 59/12-20; "The ... Mania in Amherst," by D.W. Sargent, 47/11-45;
       "... of the First and Second Anthracite Coal Fields in Pennsylvania,"
       by E.J. Heydinger, 105/38-50; 106/32-39; 107/28-39; 108/19-29; 109/16-29;
       110/59-65; "The . . . of McKean County, Pennsylvania," by C.F.H. Allen,
       76/38-68; 78/64-85; 80/68-85; 81/29-54; 82/58-67; "The . . . of Oklahoma," by
       George & Wood, 60/7-72; ". . . of the West," by D.L. Joslyn, 5/16-27
       (California, 1860s); ".. . of Wisconsin," by J.P. Kaysen, Wis/4-72; "...
       Nicknames," 118/88-89; ". . . and Paper Money," 71/85-86; ". . . Shops and Car
       Building in Fond du Lac," by S.M. Rich, 135/5-33; "... Seventy Years
       Ago" (1894), by J.H. Crimmens, 110/72-75; "... Statistics or Who's the
       Biggest," by R.L. Martin, 64/69-74 (mileage and equipment on 50
       railroads); "... Strike of 1877 in Altoona," by S.C. Walker, 117/18-25;
       "The ... That Make Up the Present Northwestern Pacific RR," by S.M.
       Truitt, 29/26-43; "On the Mark: The History and Symbolism of ... Emblems,"
       by James A.Ward, 153/17; "Light at the End of a Very Long Tunnel: The ...
       and the Historians", by Albro Martin, 155/15-33; ". . ., Good Roads,
       and Motor Vehicles: Managing Technological Change", by Bruce E. Seely,
       155/35-63; "... History as Seen by Railroaders," (Guest Editorial), by H. Roger
       Grant, 158/9-12; "Early Empire Builders, 1850-1873," by James A. Ward,
       160/5-21; "A Southern . . . at War: The North Carolina . . . and the Confederacy,"
       by Allen W. Trelease, 164/5-41; ". . . History -- What's the Object?," by Robert C.
       Post, 167/5-11 (Guest Editorial); 168/76-80; 169/81;170/103-104; ". . . in the
       American Context," by James A. Ward, 171/5-22; ". . . and Excavation at the
       Panama Canal," by Sam:Stueland, 171/107 (Research Note); ". . . Redundant: The
       Fort Smith & Western Railway," by Keith L. Bryant, Jr., 174/68-93; "Are . . .
       Museums Forgetting the Basics?," by Herbert H. Harwood, 176/103-107
       (Preservation Topics); ". . . Shipped by Sea," by Wendell W. Huffman, 180/7-30;
       ". . . and the War," by Wallace W. Abbey; Dsl/81-88; "The . . . Pass: Perk or
       Plunder?" by John H. White, Jr., 182/58-71; "[A History of Wrecks: Overview] . . .
       Accidents and Passenger Safety," by Robert B. Shaw, 184/22-36; 186/146;
       ". . . and Slavery," by Theodore Kornweibel, Jr., 189/34-59, discussion
       190/146-152
"Railroad Serials: A World List of Current Journals, Magazines, and Annuals,"
       by George M. Jenks, 158/185, 159/75; 160/135
"Railroad Valuation Records," (Research Note), by T. Lane Moore, 163/93-102
"Railroad Women", by Linda Niemann, 187/50-59
"Rails Across the Hudson," by William D. Middleton, 12-42
"Rails Among Peaks," by J.M. Crum, 74/ 41-50; 76/21-37
Railway: "A ... for Limestone," by R.F. Palmer, 117/53-55; ". . . Depots Made
       to Order," 137/97; ". . . Equipment Up the River-Minnesota, 1861-1869,"
       by W.F. Becker, 95/47-78; "The ... of the New York & Brooklyn Bridge,"
       by C.S. Small, 97/7-20; "... Express Agency," 40/57,59-61; "Admiral Plunkett's
       Battle Fleet," by Konrad F. Schreier, 158/94-102; ". . . Technology, the
       Canadian Northwest, and the Continental Economy," by A.A. den Otter,162/5-19
Railway & Locomotive Historical Society: "The Winding Path to 200," by J. Parker Lamb, 200/4-28
       See also the introductory article to this index by John H. White, Jr.
Railway Supply Co: 158/145
Railway Transfer Company of Mmneapolis: 31/35; 154/28
Raleigh & Gaston RR: locos. 1838, 6/31; 62/56; history and locos. 1840, 101/62;
       103/72-73; mention, 12/25, 26; 20/38, 39, 41; 108/67
Raleigh Lbr. Co.: 56/85
"Ralph Budd, the Great Northern Railway, and the Advent of the Motor Bus," by
       Douglas V. Shaw, 166/57-79
Ralston Steel Car Co.: USRA freight cars, 128/14, 27
Ramapo Iron Works: 162/79
Ramos Lumber & Manufacturing Co.: 162/65
Ramsey's Car Truck Shifting Apparatus: 141/90, 97
Randsburg RR: 100/42; 75/25, 48, 176
Rangeley Lakes & Megantic RR: 152/53
Ranlet Mfg. Co.: 138/7, 27, 40 (car builder)
Ransom Co.: 99/23 (loco. builder)
Rapid City, Black Hills & Western RR: 145/108; 147/156
Rapid transit: first steel cars, 138/73. See also Elevated railways
Rapides Gravel Co.: 159/70
Raquette Lake Ry.: 162/77
Raritan & Delaware Bay RR: 10/14; 73/35 -36
Raritan River RR: 72/130
Raub patented loco.: 98/58-60 (1881); "Raub's Central Power: The Little Engine
       that Couldn't," by Gerald M. Best, 153/93-100
Ray Lbr. Co.: 53/44; 152/93
Read Gravel Co., A.Y.: 154/94
Reading Ry: see Philadelphia & Reading Ry
Reading & Columbia RR: roster, 118/56-57; mention, 67/32, 33, 44, 45, 60
Reading & Lehigh RR: 67/61
Recollections: ". . . ," by J.F. Chadburne (Boston & Maine loco. engineer m
       1870s), 4/14-18; "Some Anecdotes of the Old Colony," by W. Jacobs, 5/28-33;
       "Early Railroad Times," by J.H. French, 6/51-64; Louisville and
       Nashville RR 1850s-1890s, 7/67-72; "... of the New York & Boston Express
       Line,:' 8/49-51; "The New York, New Haven & Hartford and Western
       Massachusetts Railroads," by I. Stuart, 12/ 43-51; Diary Notes of Henry W.
       Richards of the Boston & Providence RR, 15/38-44; ". . . of George A. Haggarty,"
       16/39-42; 17/29-38; 18/52-55; "Other Days," by C.W. Anderson, 18/48-51
       (Intercolonial Ry); ... of Levi L. Fletcher, 1860s, 20/56-67 (train trip
       Boston to Richmond); ... of Charles C. Powell, loco. engineer of Northern
       RR (NH). 29/15-Z0: "A Trin Across the Sierra Nevada Mountains in 1868,"
       29/22-25; "Yesterdays on the Long Island," by A. Curran, 41/38-40;
       Reminiscences of the First Railroad Over the Allegheny Mountains," by S.W.
       Roberts, 44/6-23; Boston to Chicago, 1893, via New York & New England
       RR and New York, Lake Erie & Western RR, 65/72-75; Southern Ry
       Ashville-Morristown Line in 1880s, 68/7-26; "Travelling," 81/58-61 (Boston
       & Worcester RR 1835); ... of the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Ry
       1850s-1860s, 84/36-44; "... of the Pennsylvania Railroad Station at Lima,
       Ohio," by D.F. Fullerton, 91/156-159; "Railroading Seventy Years Ago"
       (1894?, by J.H. Crimmins, 110/72-75, "A Railfan's Story," by E. Turner,
       118/61-75 (1880s to 1920s), "The First Railroad in Oregon," 124/80;
       "Stewart's Journal-Railway Travel 1869-1871," 127/56-64 (New York to
       Chicago on Erie RR and Michigan Southern RR)
"Records of the Western & Atlantic Railroad and Related Historical
       Resources in Georgia," by Robert S. Davis, Jr. 158/151 (Research Note)
Red Fox Coal Co.: 152/81
Red Line Transit Co.: 141/106
Red Mountain Ry: 143/14,72
Red Oak & Atlantic RR: 132/76
Red River & Lake of the Woods Ry: 143/14
Red River & Manitoba RR: 143/14
Red River Lbr. Co.: 93/99; 94/73; 100/40
Red River Valley RR: 143/14
Red River Valley & Western RR: 143/14
Red Springs Lumber Co.: 162/74
Redondo RR: history and roster, 99/22-24, photo between 24 and 25
Redondo & Rosecrans RR: 99/photo between 24 and 25
Redondo Branch Ry: 99/26
"Reflections on Deregulation," by James W. McClellan, 185/16-19
Regulations: see Government and government regulations
"Remembering the Smoke Rings from Santa,", by Frank M. Machovec, 181/59-60
Remer's stock car: 138/35-36
"Reminiscences of the First Railroad Over the Allegheny Mountains," by S.W Roberts,
       44/6-23
"Reminiscences of a Half-Century Ago on the Morristown & Erie Railroad," by Thomas
       T. Taber III, 175/93-105; 177/121
"Renaissance Man: An Interview with George Krambles," by Robert C. Post, 175/69-91
Rennie iron passenger car: 4/32-33
Rensselaer & Saratoga RR: locos. 1838 62/49; history and locos. 1840, 101/62;
       1835 passenger car, 46/10- 11; 1834 passenger car description, 123/11
"Replacement Technology: The Diesel as a Case Study," by Maury Klein,
       162/109-120; 163/105-106; 164/95-96; 165/117-118; 166/130-133; 167/158
"Replica of the Colonel Stevens Locomo. t~ve," 18/68-69
"Report of the Committee on Cars to the Directors of the South Carolina Canal
       and Railroad Company," 7/7-25
"Report Upon the Locomotive Engines and the Police and Management of
       Several of the Principal Rail Roads in the Northern and Middle States," by
       J. Knight (1838), 13/1-43
Republic Branch RR: 121/28
Republic Construction Co.: 162/73
Republic Grand Forks RR: 47/74
Republic Steel Co.: 152/102; 157/96
Republican Valley RR: 24/40
"Requiem for a Runaway", by Drake Hokanson, 190/102-109
Research, historical: locomotive rosters published in railroad annual reports
       (1840s-1860s), 18/70-72; "Manuscript Sources for Railroad History," by R.C.
       Post, 137/38-63; 138/85 (list of 500 collections of documents pertaining to
       about 400 railroads); published loco. rosters in books and periodicals,
       139/78-83; location of railroad archives 139/86; "Railroad Serials: A World
       List of Current Journals, Magazines, and Annuals," by George M. Jenks, 158/185
"Resurrection: The John Bull Steams Again at 150 Years of Age," by J.H.
       White, lr., 144/9-28
"The Retired Engineer," by G.C. Smith, 46/64 (poem)
Retort Coke Oven Co.: 162/72
"Review of Locomotive No. 21 on the Boston, Hartford & Erie RR," by
       T. Appleton, 25/32-44
"The Revolutionary," by Mark Reutter, Dsl/16-21 (Rudolf Diesel)
Rew City & Eldred RR: 78/71,73,78
Reynolds Aluminum Co.: 156/61
Reynoldsville & Falls Creek RR: roster, 85/8; locos., 119/37, 40, 41;
       mention, 17/21
Rhinebeck & Connecticut Ry: history, 50/9, 10-11; 119/14-15, 16, 17, 31;
       mention, 17/21
Rhode island Loco. Works: Pacffic type (1893), 88/95; 89/163
Rib Lake Lbr. Co.: 62/80-81
Rice Lake, Dallas & Menominee RR: Wis/ 53,55
"Richard Eaton, 1814-1878: Canadian Mechanical Engineer," by Fritz Lehmann,
       165/63-82; 166/133-134
Richards, Henry W., diary: 15/38-44 (miscellaneous railroad items at Boston
       and Dedham, Massachusetts, 1845-1899)
Richmond, Allegheny & Ohio Central RR: 99/57; 88/66
Richmond & Allegheny RR: history, 88/59-68; locos., 88/65-66; 177/104; mention, 99/57
Richmond & Danville RR: Civil War, 71/71-84; 108/54; mention, 89/153, 158;
       98/69; 20/63, 64; 105/29; 67/25; locos., 186/87
Richmond & Fredericksburg RR: 26/54
Richmond & Lynchburg RR: 88/59
Richmond & New York River RR: 108/53 54,61
Richmond & Petersburg RR: locos. 1838, 6/31; 62/57; history and locos. 1840,
       101/62; James River bridge and track construction, 82/50, 51; freight
       charges, 117/38-39; Civil War, 108/53, 54; mention, 20/64, 38, 41; 114/48;
       loco. notes, 124/49; loco., 175/121; 177/104
Richmond & Rappahannock River Ry: loco., 177/104
Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac RR: "The Great Short Line in Reconstruction," by
       C.W. Turner, 117/34-47; locos. 1838, 6/31, 62/56; 185/96; early locos.,
       82/47, 48, 52, 54; history and locos. 1840, 101/62-63; 103/73; modern
       steam locos., 129/6, 8-9, 14-15, 17; operation of Louisa RR, 65/59; charter,
       105/24, photo between 24 and 25; Civil War, 105/26; 108/50-51, 54;
       extension north, 105/28; Potomac Yard, 105/30; USRA freight cars, 128/28-33;
       archives, 131/120; mention, 129/45; 20/37-41, 65; 84/33; emblems 153/32, 58;
       "Locomotives of the . . .," by James L. Larson, 177/87-107
"Richmond Locomotive Builders," by J.H.White, 130/68-88
Richmond Loco. & Machine Works: history, 130/75-88; loco. record, 130/88-99;
       131/20; 132/93; "The Famous Richmond Tramp," 75/176-77; "Swedish
       Steam with Richmond Plates," by K. Moller, 99/55-56
Richmond Terminal RR: loco., 177/106
Richton Investment Co.: 158/138
"A Ride on the Lionel and Other Short Lines," by George E. Hoffer, 181/26-58;
       182/133-134
"A Ride on a Locomotive," by Mrs. Carola Nedella, 107/97-101
Ridgeway & Clearfield RR: 81/31
Ringling & Oil Fields Ry: 60/13, 37
Rio Grande RR (Texas): 149/56
Rio Grande & Eagle Pass RR: 128/76
Rio Grande & Pagosa Springs RR: 124/23,24, roster, 27
"Rio Grande & South Western RR," by V.J. Glover, 124/22-27
Rio Grande Junction Ry: 36/18, 30, 32
Rio Grande, Mexico & Pacific RR: 20/21
Rio Grande Southern Ry: "The Narrow Gauge Railroads of Colorado," by L.
       Beebe, 67A/21-30; "The Otto Mears Passes," by J. Crum, 73/7-15; loco.
       notes, 77/16, 17, 19 emblem 153/28
Rio Grande Western Ry: Colorado Midland RR control, 36/27-28; acquired by D&RG RR, 36/28
Ripley RR: 158/130
Ripon & Wolk RR: Wis/20, 28
"Risk and the Real Cost of Electrification," by William L. Withuhn, 181/80-91; 182/135
"The Rival Builders," by C.E. Fisher, 2/ 27-42 (Taunton & Mason)
River Terminal Ry.: locos. 185/80-81
Riverside Land Co.: 154/43
Riverside, Rialto & Pacific RR: 94/65
Riverside, Santa Ana & Los Angeles RR: 80/3940
Rix & Firth: 103/61 (loco. builder)
Roads: "Railroads, Good Roads, and Motor Vehicles: Managing
       Technological Change", by Bruce E. Seely, 155/35-63
Roanoke & Southern RR: 52/31
Roanoke Machine Works: loco. record, 137/37, history, 20-24; mention, 52/31
Roanoke Valley RR: 103/74
Roaring Camp & Big Trees Narrow Gauge RR: 160/25ff
Roaring Creek & Charleston RR: 113/19
Roaring Fork RR: 119/56
Robbins RR: Wis/60
"Robert E. Woodruff: Railroad Statesman?" by H. Roger Grant, 177/79-86
Roby & Northern RR: 63/60
Rochester & Buffalo RR: 40/36
Rochester & Charlotte RR: 81/30
Rochester & Glen Haven RR: loco. 185/75
Rochester & Pine Creek RR: 81/32
Rochester & Pittsburgh RR: 81/30; 84/48
Rochester & Roneoye Valley RR: 42/21, 26
Rochester & State Line RR: history, 81/29-30; loco., 84/48; 119/35-36, 39;
       mention, 138/46; photo, 119/between 48 and 49
Rochester & Syracuse RR: "Early Railroad Travel" (1847),59/80-81
Rochester, Hornellsville & Lackawanna RR: 61/78, 79, 86; 62/82; 92/36, 37,
       38; SP/63, 109
"Rochester, New York & Pennsylvania RR," by C.F.H. Allen, 64/32-34;
       mention, 80/71-72; 92/10-11, 15
Rochester, Nunda & Pennsylvania RR: 61/78; 80/72; history, 64/32; 92/11-13;
       stealing a RR, 129/115
Rochester, Nunda & Pittsburgh RR: history, 61/78; 92/13-18
Rock Island & Oklahoma RR: 60/42
Rock Island Coal Mining Co's. RR: 60/14
Rock Island Southern RR: 118/19
Rock River Ry: Wis/9, 17
Rock River Valley Union RR: 135/5, 9; Wis/8, 14; CNW/21
Rockaway Valley RR: 63/96; 97/13
Rockdale, Joliet & Lockport Terminal RR: 159/54
Rockdale, Sandow & Southern RR: 63/65
Rockford & Interurban Ry: 151/34
Rockford & Rock island RR: 27/19
Rockland, Thomaston & Camden Street Ry: 151/18
Rockville Branch RR: 49/75
Rocky Mountain RR: 72/105
Rocky Mountain & Santa Fe RR: 75/25, 64; SF/18
Rocky River RR: 149/53
Roddis Lbr. & Veneer Co.: 54/163; 154/42
Rodgers Contracting Co., J.C.: 162/72, 73
Rogers, Ketchum & Grosvenor: 8/26; 91/26-27
Rogers Loco. & Machine Works: "The Rogers Locomotive Sandusky," by
       W.A. Lucas, 44/42-45; "An Old Rogers Locomotive" hy F. Achard, 82/68-71;
       85/7; William S. Hudson's loco. truck patent, 87/12-13; history, 11/23-25;
       first 4-6-0, 17/59; first trailing truck, 16/21; 17/61; unique 4-6-0,
       96/drawing opp. 64,66-67; construction numbers, 92/98; steam inspection cars,
       127/81; mention, 150/52; "Rogers Locomotives: A Brief History and
       Construction List, by Moshein and Rothfus 167/12-147
Rogue River Valley RR: 94/127; loco. 162/73
"Rollin into Kingfield," by C.G. Wilson, 38/39 (poem)
"The Romance of the Railroads Entering Sacramento," by D.L. Joslyn, 48/6-41
Rome & Watertown RR: 178/121
Rome, Watertown & Ogdensburgh RR: "The . . . ," by C.E. Fisher, 109/45-48;
       roster, 109/49-53; loco. notes, 50/74; 47/81; 72/62; 8/83; loco. J.L. Grant,
       and early snow plow photo, 151/104-106; through passenger car service,
       87/57; passenger service to Philadelphia, 122/76; mention, 92/41, 42;
       122/66; "The Montreal Secondary: Origins and History," by Arthur L. Johnson,
       178/121-129
Rondout & Oswego RR: 50/10
Rondout & Port Jervis RR: 50/10
Room Run RR: 110/60
"Roots of the Woodstock Ry," by E.T. Meade, 120/48-59
Rosa Lead & Fel. Min. Co.: 159/56
Rosecrans RR: 99/24-25
"The Rouses Point Bridge," by L. Doherty,53/58-63
Rubber City Sand & Gravel Co.: 172/53
Ruddock Cypr. Co., Ltd.: 162/64
Ruddock Orleans Cypress Co.: 162/76, 79
Rules: "Instructions for Conductors and Engineers, 1838, Boston & Providence
       RR," 13/35-36; "Conductors Rules, 1849, Norfolk County RR," 20/71-72;
       "Early Rules and the Standard Code," by W. Jacobs, 50/29-55; regulations,
       June 2, 1851 (NY & NH RR), 40/74-76; early Wisconsin Central RR rules
       54/147-149; book of rules, 22/30; rules printed on employee timetables
       50/29-38; first book of rules, 50/38, first standard code (1887), 50/42ff;
       green instead of white for clear signal, 50/51; rules examiner, 50/51-52;
       Massachusetts Sunday passenger train rules (1850s), 85/57-59
Rumford Falls & Buckfield RR: roster, 56/87;mention, 3/51; 152/53
Rumford Falls & Rangeley Lakes RR: 3/51; 131/43; 146/72; 152/53, 67, 70
"Running a Locomotive in 1856: The Log of H. S. Haines," by George A. Kennedy,
       164/86-94; 165/118-119, 121
"Running on Time," by Ian R. Bartky,:159/18-38; 160/133-134; 162/122
"Running Special on the Burlington," by R.C. Overton, 139/54-64
Rural Valley RR: 81/34; 84/48; locos., 119/37, 40, 41
Rushville & Shelbyville RR: 123/28
Russell snow plows: 139/15-16
Russell, Andrew J., "Photography as a Tool for Industrial Development," by John Gruber: 208/36
Russian River Land & Lbr. Co.: 29/31
Rust Owen Lbr. Co.: CNW/30
Rutland RR: "," by D.W. Sargent, VC/69, 73-82; roster, VC/8290;
       "Locomotives of ... and its Subsidiary Lines," by F.S. Graham, 90/82-114;
       Chatham Branch, 90/105-109; "Rouses Point Bridge," by L. Doherty,
       53/58-63; "The Malone Shops," by L. Doherty, 59/49-53;
       Wheeler station at Malone, 49/91-94; Addison Branch,
       102/51-52, photo between 50 and 51; acquisition by Vermont Central Ry,
       VC/34-35, 43; passenger train anecdote, 105/63; double headed freight, 125/36;
       emblem 153/38; loco. 174/91
Rutland & Burlington RR: Vermont Central involvement, VC/34-35, 74-75; loco.
       data, VC/59-60, 82-85; 90/86-87, 88-89; 8/84; photos, VC/80A, 88A;
       locos. Middlebury and Mt. Holly, 15/18; loco. Champlain, 17/34; mention, 7/50;
       29/19
Rutland & Connecticut River RR: VC/73
Rutland & Noyan RR: VC/79
Rutland & Washington RR: 69/86
Rutland & Woodstock RR: 120/51
Rutland-Canadian RR: VC/79
Rutland, Toluca & Northern RR: 156/57, 69, 73; 79
Ryan Car Co.: 156/59


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