Railroads and Railroad History in the United States: U

Uintah Ry: "The . . . ," by L.W. Moody, 52/48-54, roster, 54; mention, 77/17; 160/42ff
Ulster & Delaware RR: railfan trip (1936), 41/50
Unadilla Valley Ry: "The . . . ," by W.C. Kessler, 50/78-83
"Uncle Sam Needs Railway Watches," 134/18
Undercliff Terminal & Warehouse Co.: 131/26
Union RR (Florida): 86/11
Union Ry (Oklahoma): 60/70
Union Canal RR: 105/39-40, 42
Union Electric Ry (Oklahoma): 60/72
Union Freight RR: history, 120/16-30; roster, 120/19; "Boston's Anonymous
       Railroad Reaches the End of the Track," by F. Kyper, 123/58-61; mention, 49/75
Union Iron Works: "Locomotives of the .. .," by G.H. Kneiss, 68/40-49; loco.
       record, 68/49; mention, 29/43
Union Metallic Cartridge Co.: 162/72, 76
Union Pacific RR: "Memoranda Concerning the ... " (1869), by D.L. Harris,
       32/15-29; receivership, 32/16; inspection, 32/19-22, 26-27; Uintah,
       Wyoming, description, 32/33; "The McConnell Locomotives," by C.E. Fisher,
       90/162-163; "A Contemporary Account of the . . . " (1867), 120/77-81;
       "Ticket to Promontary," by R.A. Le Massena, 146/47-53 (passes 1868,
       1869); passenger trains, 1/20-21; Jarrett & Palmer Special, 11/33, 37;
       establishing 4'8" gauge, 34/31; 4-12-2 locos., 58/27; narrow gauge line
       Boulder to Sunset, Colorado, 65/43, 48; mixed up builders plates, 92/96;
       recollections of some locos. by Frank Harmer, 99/6-7; USRA freight cars, 128/18,
       19,28; lost freight car (1887), 132/55; inauguration City of Los Angeles passenger
       train, 133/107; Atlantic and Pacific Express, 135/81; Boston Board of Trade
       Special (1870), 135/86-88; train running and Indians (1869), 141/4; early
       streamlined trains, 145/46, 49, 54-56; bypassing Denver, 146/30-31; loco.
       notes, 99/29; 114/14; emblems 153/53; "The Overland Route - First Impressions",
       by Maury: Klein, 161/16-34; "Dissolution of the . . . -Southern Pacific Merger,"
       by Lloyd J. Mercer, 164/53-63; loco. 174/91
Union Pacific Eastern Division: 146/31
Union Pacific Southern Branch: involvement in Oklaboma, 60/8, 9, 51, 62;
       history, 63/8, 10, 19
Union RR & Mining Co.: 105/45, 46
Union RR & Transportation Co.: 141/107
Union Stock Yards & Transit Co.: 56/84
Union Switch & Signal Co.: loco. 162/68
Union Works: 8/25 (loco. builder)
"A Unique Memorial Window," 62/76-81
"United Aircraft's TurboTrain: The Transfer of Aerospace Technology to Rail
       Transportation," by Michael P. Chaney, 154/115-124
United Canal and RR Companies of New Jersey: 88/159
United Engineering & Contracting Co.: 162/68
United Gas Improvement Co.: 162/74
United Fruit Co.: see Guatemala in worldwide index
United RR of New Jersey: 132/68
U.S.A. Defense Plant Corp., Hanford Works, 172/61
United States Army: German locos. brought to U.S. after World War II,
       122/68-69; Russian 2-10-0 photo, 124/64-74; mention, 120/16
United States Express Co.: 40/55
U.S. Government Eng. School: 162/65
U.S. Government Proving Grounds:: 162/77
U.S. Leather Co.: 162/66, 67, 70, 71
United States Military Railroads: "The .. . ," by C.E. Fisher, 59/54-76;
       roster, 68-76; "The . . . ," by C.E. Fisher, 108/49-75; roster, 108/62-75;
       train operation, 108/54-55; loco. E.M. Stanton, 150/78; partial list of locos.,
       4/39-43; rules 1860s, 50/36-37; hand cars, 127/67-69; loco. 157/90; mention,
       44/100; "War and Railroads; A thumbnail history of U. S. Military Railways, 1861 to 1945," by Mark
       Reutter, 191/82-86; "From Normandy to the Rhine; Memoirs of an advance lineman," by Joseph W. Weeks,
       191/87-99; "Fighting Alligators and Mud; The Army's Claiborne-Polk was a wreck of a railroad --
       intentionally so," by Mark Reutter and Louis R. Saillard, 191/100-106 U. S. Naval Shipyard, Brooklyn: 162/71
U. S. Navy: 172/53
United States Railroad Administration: "The . . . Locomotives," by William D.
       Edson, 93/73-93; "USRA Freight Cars: An Experiment in Standardization,"
       by J.E. Lane, 128/5-33; 4-6-2s, 68/70; loco. types, 81/64-66;
       mention, 113/68-69
"United States Steam Locomotive Builders," by D.K. Park, 132/47-55
United States Steel Corp.: 159/70, 71; "The South Works Narrow-Gauge Railroad," John
       P. Humiston, 180/73-126
"United Aircraft's TurboTrain: The Transfer of Aerospace Technology to Rail
       Transportation," by Michael P. Chaney, 154/115-124
University Heights Motor Road: 71/11
University of Maine: locos. on exhibition, 9/5-6; 98/78; loco. Lion, 142/89-90
"Unparalleled Speed," 18/62-67 (NYC No. 870 run)
"An Unpublished Account of the Great Locomotive Chase," by J.G. Bogle,
       123/55 57
"An Unusual Wreck on the 'Peanut Line' of the New York Central," by
       C.F.H. Allen, 118/83-84
"An Unwelcome Visitor," 141/4
Upham Lbr. & Mfg. Co.: 62/79-80; Wis/ 64, 68; 154/41
Upper Coos RR of New Hampshire: 3/51; 99/43-44, 45-46, roster, 46; 152/54
Upper Coos RR of Vermont: 99/44
Upper Coos & Hereford RR: 43/68; 61/62; 99/46; roster, 55/70
Upper Merion & Plymouth RR: loco. 172/53
"Uriah Wells, Locomotive Builder of Petersburg," by T. Norrell, 124/41-51;
       partial list of locos. built, 124/49
Utah & Pleasant Valley RR: 77/18
Utah Northern Ry: 149/58, 60; loco. 185/75
Utica & Black River RR: 109/46; 178/123
Utica & Mohawk Valley RR: loco. 162/65, 70, 71
Utica & Schenectady RR: "Early Railroad Travel" (1847), 59/80-81; locos. 1838,
       6/24; 62/48; history and locos. 1840, 101/73; dividends, 132/61, 69; loco.
       Lightning, 114/29, drawing between 32 and 33, 36; mention, 9/37; 27/29
Utica & Syracuse RR: 10/40
Utica, Chenango & Susquchanna Valley RR: 50/61; locos., 72/76-78
Utica, Clinton & Binghamton RR: 40/17
Utica, Ithaca & Elmira RR: loco. Leviathan, 15/27; 17/36; loco. notes,
       126/38-40, 58; mention, 40/18; 122/79
Uvalde & Northern RR: 94/38, 40


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