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Tacoma Eastern RR: 94/127; 136/21, locos., 43, 44,51, 60, 80, 102
Talbot & Brothers: 8/29; 130/69 (loco. builder)
Tallahassee RR: locos. 1838, 62/59' history and locos. 1840, 101/71; 86/11,
       12-15, 24, 25, 28, 36
Tallahassee, Perry & South Eastern Ry: 86/58
Tallahassee Southeastern Ry: 86/58
Tama & Toledo RR: 132/76
Tamaqua, Hazleton, & Northern RR: 108/ 25,27; 110/61
Tampa & Jacksonville RR: 86/125
Tampa & Thonotosassa RR: 86/93
Tampa, Peace Creek & St. Johns Hiver RR: 86/80
Tanner & Delaney: 130/73-75 (loco. builder)
Taunton & Middleborough RR: loco. Mercury, 15/17
Taunton Branch RR: locos. 1838, 6/24; 62/47; history and locos. 1841, 101/71;
       cars, 138/45; loco. data, 8/83; mention, 2/27; 9/36; 17/15; 1848
       timetable, 33/18; Taunton depot, 33/ 29; history, 33/4142, locos., 46/48
Taunton Car Co.: ". . ., 1869-1873: Anatomy of a Failure," by J.W. Lozier, 138/30-51, 28
Taunton Loco. Works: "The Rival Builders," by C.E. Fisher, 2/2742 (partial
       loco. records); "Locomotive Building at TaunTon; massacnuseus ~ Dy C.E.
       Fisher, 15/15-31 (records of first 100 locos.); 1858 business card, 21/opp.
       36; diary of Parley I. Perrin, 61/70-75; mention, 8/25; detailed description of
       Boston, Hartford & Erie RR No. 21, built 1867,25/36-44
Tavares & Gulf RR: 86/128
Tavares, Orlando & Atlantic RR: 86/55-56
Taylor, Bastrop & Houston RR: 63/13,14,20,54
Tebo & Neosho RR: 63/12, 19, 50, 51
"Technology Innovation in Early Street Railways: The Johnson Rail in Retrospective,"
       by James R. Alexander, 164/64-85
Tecopa Consolidated Mine RR: 100/36, 37, 40, roster, 42, photo, 33
Tecumseh Ry: 60/42, photo, 64
Telegraphy: "Women Telegraphers in the Railroad Depot," by Thomas C. Jepsen,
       173/142-154; "'GNMZ'-Good Night, Madison," by James L. Larson, 182/72-83
Telephone dispatching: 130/55-60
Temple Lbr. Co.: 157/100
Tennessee RR: 119/51,54
Tennessee & Alabama RR: "The . . . ," 38/50-55 (report on condition in
       1866); mention, 108/68
Tennessee & Alabama Central RR: 108/72
Tennessee, Alabama & Georgia RR: loco. 158/137; "Locomotives of the . . .," by James
       L. Larson, 180/137-141
Tennessee Central RR: 119/54; 127/99; 140/9, locos., 38,82,88; 141/52
Tennessee Valley RR: 90/72
Tennessee Valley Authority: locos. 157/96; 177/104
"The Ten Wheelers on the DL&W RR," by F.S. Graham, 43/37-42
"The Ten Wheeler on the Maine Central RR," by C.F.H. Allen, 66/51-52
Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis: emblem 153/37
Terminal Ry. Alabama State Docks: loco. 157/100
Terre Haute, Alton & St. Louis RR: 108/72
Terre Haute & Indianapolis RR: 64/5; 92/104, 105
Terre Haute & Logansport RR: loco. 158/123
Terre Haute & Richmond RR: 92/104
Terre Haute, Indianapolis & Eastern Ry: 151/29-30,47
"Testing a New York Central Mohawk,." By Peter P. Sloss, 176/49-54
"The Texas-A Forgotten Hero," by J.G. Bogle, 132/37-46
Texas & New Orleans RR: 94/25, roster, 27-52, 54, loco. notes, 69, 70, 73, gas
       electric car roster,52-53; SP/21, locos., 23ff, 44, 45
Texas & Northern RR: 131/102; 144/62, 66, 72
Texas & Oklahoma RR: 63/11, 18, 64, 66, 70-74; 60/52, 62
Texas & Pacific RR: loco. No. 624, 17/35; historic notes, 80/14-16, 19, 25; 1872
       proposals in Los Angeles area, 97/4951; formation, 135/3841; USRA freight cars,
       128/18, 19, 28; mention, 92/92-93; emblem 153/51
Texas & St. Louis RR: 141/94; 148/26-27, 32-36, 39; loco. 185/75
Texas, Arkansas & Louisiana RR: 140/101
Texas Central RR: 63/15-16, 21, roster, 96-97, photo, 108; mention, 8/42;
       119/56; 141/42
Texas Electric Ry: 151/43
Texas Mexican Ry.: emblem 153/40
Texas Midland RR: 94/26, 36, 37, 42,50, 52, 58; 63/15-16; SP/21, locos., 31,
       32, 37, 48
Texas, Oklahoma & Eastern RR: 60/14, 71-72
Texas Pacific RR: 80/14
Texas Short Line RR: 63/59
Texas South Eastern RR: 144/62
Texas, Topolobampo & Pacific RR (& Telegraph Co.): 95/11, 12
Texas Transportation Co.: "The Little Railroad That Lives for Beer," by C.B.
       Thomas, 112/64-66
Texas Trunk RR: 94/26; SP/21, 28
Texas Western RR: 92/92; 135/36
Texas Western Narrow Gauge RR: 148/38
"Thatcher Perkins, Master of Machinery," by John H. White, Jr., 169/54-68
"Thomas H. Paul & Son, Locomotive Builders," by G.M. Best, 141/19-26
Thomas Iron Co.: 149/52, 53, 54; loco. E.A. Douglas, 100/9
Thomasville, Tallahassee & Gulf RR: 97/13
Thompson & Willimantic RR: 22/57
Thompson (Bros.) Lbr. Co.: 109/photo between 32 and 33; 63/61
Thompson Weus Lbr. Co.: 113/77
Thomson-Houston Co.: 26/30
"'A Thorough Man of Business: Daniel C. Gunn, Pioneer Canadian Locomotive
       Builder," by Fritz Lehmann, 156/31-53
"Thomas T. Taber, Pioneer Railfan," by Thomas T.,Taber III, 171/55-96
Thrall Car Co.: 138/18
"Three Components of the Chicago & Northwestern: The Omaha Road, The
       Louie, and the Great Weedy," by H. RogerGrant, 154/17-39
"Three Cylinder Locomotives," by P.T. Warner, 58/18-31; first (1846), 58/19
"The 'Three Spot'," by N.W. Fay, 15/4548 (Nevada Northern RR loco.)
"Through Car Service from New England," by C.E. Fisher, 87/47-58
Tickets: mileage books, 105/16; 141/76; early tickets, 6/55; 1876 thru ticket,
       136/25
"Ticket to Promontory," by R.A. LeMassena, 146/47-53
Tidewater & Western RR: by C.F.H. Allen, 114/48-52; 49/67
Tidewater Southern RR: 94/84
"On Time: Railroads and the Tempo of American Life," by J.A. Ward, 151/87-95
Time: see Standard time
Tioga RR: history and locos. 1840, 101/71; locos., 58/69; mention, 55/47-48;
       loco. 167/30
Tioga & Elmira State Line RR: 55/48
Tioga Nav. (RR) Co.: 131/11, locos., 25, 53, 60, 61, 62
Tionesta & Clarion RR: 91/100
Tionesta Vaucy RR: 91/99, 101, 102; acquisition of Clarion River RR, 92/58
"To 'Jettison Conventions and Taboos of Railroading': Cotton Belt's Blue Streak,"
       by Donovan L.Hofsommer, 153/75-92
"To an Oasis Among the Cornfields," by Don L. Hofsommer, 163/74-87
"To Santa Cruz on Southern Pacific's Sun-Tan Special," by Fred A.Stindt, 152/111-118
Todd-Bath Shipyard: 152/81
Toledo & East St. Louis RR: 97/74
Toledo & Grand Rapids RR: 97/73
Toledo & Illinois RR: loco. notes, 93/117; 133/14, 19, 34, locos., 47
Toledo & Maumee Narrow Gauge RR: 97/73
Toledo & North Western RR: 132/80
Toledo & Ohio Central Ry: "The ...," by C.E. Fisher, 99/57-60; USRA
       freight cars, 128/28-33
Toledo & St. Louis (Air Line) RR: 148/24-25
Toledo & South Haven RR: 100/91, photo between 88 and 89; mention, 85/47
Toledo & Wabash RR: 93/116; 133/14-15, 34, locos., 38, 46, 47
Toledo & Woodville RR: 119/71
Toledo, Angola & Western RR: 84/53; 119/53
Toledo, Ann Arbor & Grand Trunk RR: 133/34,locos., 100, 101
Toledo, Ann Arbor & Northern Michigan RR: 115/39, 40-41, 42; loco. 185/83
Toledo Belt Ry.: 185/70
Toledo, Canada Southern & Detroit RR: 70/32, locos., 36, 38
Toledo, Cincinnati & St. Louis RR: 86/75; 97/73; 141/92; 148/25-40
Toledo, Delphos & Burlington RR: 97/73; 148/25, 28
Toledo, Delphos & Indianapolis RR: 97/73
Toledo-Detroit RR: 108/14
Toledo Foundry & Machine Co.: hand car, 127/80
Toledo, Peoria & Warsaw RR: 133/34, locos., 38, 57
Toledo, Peoria & Western RR: 133/20 ; emblem 153/48, 62; involvement with Rock
       Island liquidation, 181/113-115
Toledo, Saginaw & Muskegon RR: 147/ 94, 157
Toledo, St. Louis & Kansas City RR: 97/74; change to standard gauge, 132/92;
       emblem 153/67
Toledo, St. Louis & Western RR: "The Clover Leaf" by C.E. Fisher, 97/73-75; USRA
       freight cars, 128/28-33; emblem 153/67; loco. 185/95; mention, 147/96; 154/26
Toledo, Texas & Rio Grande RR: 148/27-28
Toledo, Tiffin & Eastern RR: 119/70,71
Toledo, Wabash & Western Ry: performance of loco. Hero (1875), 41/16;
       133/14-17, 34, 35, locos., 38-41, 45-48, 50, 51, photo, 52; mention, 24/18;
       93/116
Toleman: "F.C. Winby's James Toleman," by J.W. Smith, 17/12-14
Toluca & Eastern RR: 156/57
Toluca, Marquette & Northern RR: 156/57, 85
"The Tom Thumb," by L.W. Sagle,73/46-53
Tomahawk & Eastern Ry: Wis/52
Tonawanda RR: locos. 1838, 6/25; 62/49; history and locos. 1840, 101/72;
       dividends, 132/69; loco. 167/30
Tonawanda, Genesee Valley & Pine Creek RR: 76/63-64
Tonawanda Valley RR: 40/37, 38; 76/54, 56
Tonawanda Valley & Cuba RR: 40/3942, 43; 76/55-60; map, 78/opp. 82
Tonawanda Valley & Lockport RR: 40/36
Tonawanda Valley Extension RR: 40/37; 76/55,56
"The Tonawanda Valley Lines," by W.W. Robinson, 40/36-44
Tonawanda, Wiscoy & Genesee Valley RR: 76/63, 64-65
Tonopah RR: 100/23-267 roster, 40
Tonopah & Goldfield RR: 100/26-27, 3739, roster, 40, 41, photo between 32
       and 33; 84/50; loco. 185/96
Tonopah & Tidewater RR: 100/27-28, 32-38, roster, 42, photo between 32 and
       33; mention, 72/121; 75/47
Tony & North Eastern Ry: Wis/53,55
"Too Big to Fail?", by Robert Holzweiss, 188/12-27
Torpedoes: 136/124
Towanda Valley RR: 85/44
Towanda Valley & Cuba RR: 85/44
Tower Lbr. Co.: 93/99
Track: origin of standard gauge, 8/4041; ... in 1829, 30/13; 53/47; wooden
       track, 28/37~38; 59/4348; steel versus iron, 42/30; mitre joints, 42/25;
       continuous rail, 49/95-100; strap rail, 61/66-69; . . . in 1843, 98/76; costs of
       different gauges, 88/84; grades, 82/48; early rail design, 82/50-51; 91/33-34;
       first use of steel rail, 91/40; first "T" rail, 91/22; original Delaware &
       Hudson RR rail, 107/88, 92-93; early track construction design in Virginia (1830s),
       82/43-44ff; Florida construction in l830s. 86/16-l7; constructIon description
       in 1853 on New Albany & Salem RR, 88/75-76; wyes, 81/63-64; 1828
       English track construction similar to Camden and Amboy RR, 89/125;
       "John Brown's Steel Rail" (60 lb. rail, 1866), 98/74-75; "Technology Innovation
       in Early Street Railways: The Johnson Rail in Retrospective," by James R.
       Alexander, 164/64-85; "Two Ancient Rail Beds Reappear in Baltimore," Herbert H.
       Harwood, 179/135-148 (Preservation Topics); "British Iron on Early American Railroads,"
       by James C. Burke, 198/60-65
"A Track Walker's Day," 140/4
"[Print & Image:] Trackside Reading," by John A. Jackle, 188/108115
The Traction Co.: 48/39
"[Print & Image:] The Train and the Camera." by James D. Dilts, 183/97-101
Trains: "America's Most Famous . . . ," by C.E. Fisher, 1/17-27; Fall River Steamboat
       Train, 2/4-12; 43/77-78; "Famous Color Trains in America," by C.E.
       Fisher, 4/24-30; "Jarrett & Palmer Special," by D.L. Joslyn, 11/31-38; 37/66;
       New York Central special run in 1891, 18/62-67; New York-Boston service
       during 1800s, 38/29-37; Adams streamliner (1900), 35/9; "Watching
       Them Go By," 53/69-71; Empire State Express, 55/76-77; 100/61-63;Boston
       and Mount Desert Limited, 82/72-73; 85/57; thru car service from New
       England, 87/47-58; first reduced rate excursions (1850), VC/30; Bay State
       Limited, 110/42; Gilt Edge Limited, 110/42; New England Limited, 110/39;
       Lincoln Inaugural and Funeral, 93/67-72; Yankee C:lipper, 119/72-74;
       Federal Express, 119/21; 20th Century Limited, 119/61-62; Lark,
       120/66-67; Dixie Flyer, 124/18-21; streamlined trains, 145/45-68; Flying
       Yankee, 148/68-75; Blue Streak (Cotton Belt fast freight) 153/75-92;
       Merchandise Special MP fast freight 153/78; TurboTrain, 154/114-124;
       156/92; X-plorer, 155/117-118; Train X, 155/117-118; Abraham Lincoln,
       photo, 156/82; Lackawanna Limited, photo, 158/20; origins of Zephyr, 172/26ff
"Train Sheds Preserved in Stations of the Louisville & Nashville RR," by C.W.
       Condit, 127/5-21
"Train Speeds and Safety on 1826 as Expounded in the Early Writings of
       Claudius Crozet," by E.O. Cullen, 17/41-46
"The Train That Will Never Be Found," by Llewellyn Lewis, 135/55 (poem)
Train X: 154/117; discussion, 155/117
Tramroads: "Early Steam Suburban Railroads in Los Angeles," by G.M. Best,
       99/8-26
Tramps: see Hobos
"Transportation," by J.M. Kimball, 5/34-38 (railroads, ships, trucks in 1921-22)
Transylvania RR: loco., 180/139
"Travelling" (1835), by H.F. Greene, 81/58-61
Tredegar Iron Works: 8/29; 20/64; 130/70-73, 88
Tremont & Gulf RR: 144/61
Tremont & Suffolk County RR: 31/12
Tremont Nail Co: 162/67
Trent Valley RR: 9/40
Trenton & New Brunswick RR: loco. 162/71
Treschow RR: 110/61
Treverton & Susquehanna RR: 108/31
Treverton Coal & RR Co.: 108/31
Treverton, Mahanoy & Susquehanna RR: 108/30-31
Trinity & Sabine Ry: 63/13, 14, 18
Trinity, Cameron & Western RR: 75/44
Trinity Valley & Northern RR: 94/33
"A Trip Across the Sierra Nevada Mountains in 1868," 29/22-25
"A Trip on the South Pacific Coast in 1882," 132/86-92
"A Trip Over the Two Overland Trails from California into Nevada," by
       Joslyn and Young, 34/40-51
"A Trip to the Worlds Fair" (1893), by John W. Merrill, 65/72-75
Trojan Coal Co.: 60/14
Tropical Florida RR: 86/48-49
"The Trouble in California," 139/4
Trout Lake Lbr. Co.: 93/100
Troy & Bennington RR: 17/18; 90/101-104
Troy & Boston RR: roster, 38/43; history, 90/101-104; fight with Bennington &
       Rutland RR in 1867, 90/101-103; 92/101-103; mention, 17/23; 146/62,
       loco., 84, photo, 86
Troy & Greenbush RR: loco. 167/31
Troy & Greenfield RR: roster, 38/42; Hoosac Tunnel, 105/10-12; mention,
       17/23; 146/62, locos., 84
Troy & Tiptonville RR: 140/9, loco., 80
"The Troy Car Works-A History of Eaton and Gilbert," by T.W. Batson, 123/5. 22
Truax, Traer Coal Co.: 143/32ff-126
Truck, loco.: early pilot truck design, 47/ 50; "Genesis of the Locomotive
       Truck," by J. Snowden Bell, 15/72-78 1831 description by John B. Jervis,
       55/14-15
Truck competition, motor: 5/35-36;
Trucks, RR use of: "Railroads, Good
       Roads, and Motor Vehicles: Managing Technological Change", by Bruce
       E. Seely, 155/35-63
Trumbull & Mahoning RR: mention 152/14
Tuckahoe & Cape May RR: 67/13
"Tucson, Cornelia & Gila Bend RR," by C.E. Munson, 120/68-70
"A Tug-of-War on the Santa Maria Valley," by W.C. Hendrick, 148/80-81
Tulsa & Santa Fe RR: 60/37
Tulsa-Sapulpa Union RR: 133/89; loco. 159/70
Tunnels: Blue Ridge, 129/47-53; Church Hill, Richmond, 135/43-58; Hoosac.
       105/10-12; St. Clair, 23/72-73; early construction, 82/49; "Tunnel Talk,"
       141/33 (Pennsylvania RR, 1887)
TurboTrain: "United Aircraft's TurboTrain: The Transfer of Aerospace Technology to
       Rail Transportation," by Michael P. Chaney, 154/115-124; discussion
       155/114-118; 156/92
Turner Cypress Lumber Co., J.C.: 162/67, 73
Turntable; first, 81/64
"Tuscan Empire," Photo Essay by William Herman Rau, commentary by John C. Van
       Horne, 184/78-95 (19th Century PRR)
Tuscarora & Cold Run Tunnel RR: 106/38
Tuscarora Valley RR: 110/47, 58
Tuscumbia RR: 90/71,73
Tuscumbia, Cortland & Decatur RR: loco. 1838, 62/59; history and loco. 1840.
       101/72-73; mention,90/71, 73
Tuskegee RR: loco. 157/101; loco. 158/135
Twentieth Century Limited: "Farewell to the ...," by A.D. Dubin, 119/61, 62
       1/10-11, 18-19; 138/108
Twin Buttes RR: 94/26, 96; SP/21
"The Twin Headlights," by C.E. Fisher, 110/39-42 (NY&NE RR)
Twin Seam Mining Co.: 157/96
"Two Ancient Rail Beds Reappear in Baltimore," Herbert H. Harwood, 179/135-148
       (Preservation Topics)
"Two Days on the Erie Road," 118/76-82 (1857)
"Two Live 'Abandoned' Rail Lines," by E.J. Heydinger, 134/34-38
Twomey-Williams Co.: 93/100
"2000 Plus: The Pennsy's H-6," by Richard Adams, 124/51-60
Tyler Tap RR: 148/26
"Tyrone & Clearfield RR," 35/7-9; 100/83-84
"Tyrone Division," by C.C. Edmiston, 100/82-84


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