Railroads and Railroad History in the United States: V

Vaca Valley & Clear Lake RR: loco. notes, 94/26, 129, 137; SP/21, 107
Valdez-Yukon RR: SP/71; 94/87
Valdosta Southern RR: loco. 159/71
Vallejo & Northern Ry: 48/38
Valley RR (California): 5/17-18
Valley RR (New York): 72/9
Valley RR (Pennsylvania): 81/48; history, 80/83-85
Valley & Siletz RR: 94/77
Valley River RR: 110/58
Valve gear: design, 7/50-54; 20/64; "101 Valve Motions," by Fred Jukes, 88/7-54;
       89/16-81; 90/8-69; 91/47-97; brief history, 88/8-13; valve link block
       (1860s), 129/118; valve gear types:
       Allan, 88/10,50-51
       Anderson, 88/4243
       Angele, 90/14-15
       Angstrom, 89/4647
       Arrol & Pringle, 91/72-75
       Baker, 89/52-57
       Baker Pilloid, 89/48-51
       Beams, 90/4647
       Beguley, 91/86-87
       Belpaire, 90/66-67
       Belpaire-Stewart, 90/68-69
       Berthe, 90/12-13
       Bonnefond, 91/48-50
       Bremme, 89/32-33
       Brown, 89/70-77
       Bryce Doublas, 91/58-61
       Buddicon, 88/28-29
       Cabrey, 88/24-25
       Carmichael, 88/16-21
       Churchward-Stewart, 90/60~1
       Corliss, 91/92-94
       Crampton, 88/22-23
       Croton, 7/52
       Deeley, 90/64-65
       Dodds Wedge Motion, 91/88-89
       Double V-Hook, 88/34-35
       Drop Hook, 88/30-31
       Durant-Lencauchez, 88/4849
       Eastwick-Harrison, 47/51
       Englemann, 88/52-54; 91/66-69
       Fidler, 91/64-65
       Forrester's Fork Motion, 93/122-123
       Gooch, 88/9, 10, 4647
       Gray, John, 93/121-122
       Gresley, 90/50-52
       Guinotte, 90/10-11
       Hackworth, 88/10; 89/18-23; 89/24-25; 89/28-29
       Hawthorne, 88/16-17
       Henderson, 89/26-27
       Heusinger, 90/24-25
       Jack, 89/34-37
       Joy, 89/3845; 93/123-124
       Joy Walschaert, 89/78-79
       Kingan-Ripken, 90/32-35
       Kirk, 91/50-51
       Lentz, 89/66-67
       Loose Eccentric, 91/94-96
       Mason-Walschaert, 90/3840
       Marshall, 89/58-59
       Marshall, J.T., 90/4445
       Melling's, 93/123
       Morton, 91/70-71
       Paris, Lyons & Mediterranean Ry, 91/84-85
       Payton, 91/62-63
       Redington, T.F., 91/80-83
       Reike, 90/36-37
       Rogers Double V-Hook, 88/34-35
       Rogers-Stephenson, 88/38-39
       Sentinel-Hackworth, 89/30-31
       Sissons, 89/80-81
       Southern, 89/64-65
       Stephenson, 7/53-54; 88/9, 26-27, 3233, 36-39, 4445
       Stephenson-Molyneux, 90/22-23
       Stevens, 90/26-30
       Stewart Fink, 91/76-77
       Strong, 89/60-63
       Swan, 91/52-57
       Thom, 91/78-79
       Uhry & Luttgens, 88/4041
       Uniflow, 91/90-92
       Vincent, 90/56-59
       Walschaert, 88/9; 90/8-10, 16-21, 30-31, 38-40, 40-41, 48-49,52-55
       Wilhelmimastraat 59, Haarlem, Holland, 93/121-123
       Wilson, 89/68-69
       Young, 90/62-63
       Young, O.W., 91/92-94
Valves: slide, 88/9; piston, 88/11-12
Van Depoele Electric Manufacturing Co.: 26/25, 26
Van Dusen Harring L. Co.: 154/41
Vancouver Coal Co.: locomotives, 43/14, 16, 18
Vandalia RR: "The . . . ," by C.E. Fisher, 92/104-106; passenger train colors,
       4/25; "The White Mail," 4/25-26; 2-6-0s, 100/20; loco. 174/91
"[Preservation Topics] Vanishing Triangles," by J. W. Swanberg, 182/85-87 (New Haven
       catenary); 185/104
Ventura & Ojai Valley RR: loco. notes, 94/26, 135; SP/21
Verde Tunnel & Smelter RR: 94/13, 115
Vermont: railroad war, 90/101-103; "More About Vermont's Railroad
       War," 92/101-103
Vermont & Canada RR: history, VC/16-24; Rouses Point bridge, 53/59-60;
       mention, 83/6; 145/32, 34
Vermont & Massachusetts RR: roster, 38/40-41; loco. data, 8/85; mention, 17/17,
       21; 33/43; VC/69, 70; 146/61-62, photo, 64, loco., 66; roster, 146/70
Vermont Central RR: "Vermont Central -- Central Vermont," by Edward Hungerford,
       VC/6-65; locos., VC/14, 50-57; extension to Canada, VC/lSff; involvement
       with Rutland RR, VC/34-35, 43, 74-79; reorganization as Central Vermont,
       VC/40-41; steamship companies, VC/42-43; 1896 bankruptcy and Canadian
       National Ry acquisition, VC/45; 1927 flood disaster, VC/48-49; thru
       passenger car service, 87/54; first 60 mph loco., Governor Paine, 8/17; locos.
       Stranger and St. Albans, 15/18, 19; single driver loco., 114/28, 36; loco.
       notes, 49/18, 19; mention, 9/39, 18/54, 29/18-19; 49/7,8, 10, 17, 28, 29
Vermont Valley RR: history and roster, 34/53-55; loco. notes, 90/85, VC/84;
       mention, 17/18, 32/36
"Veteran Locomotives Still on the Job," by D.L. Joslyn, 23/25-28 (Central
       Pacific RR No. 68)
Vicksburg & Jackson RR: loco. 1840, 62/61; history and loco. 1840, 101/74;
       140/9, loco., 82; 144/31, 33, 34, 39, roster, 48; loco. 167/30
Vicksburg & Meridian RR: 140/9; locos., 20, 34, 82,83; 144/45-46
Vicksburg, Shreveport & Pacific RR: 140/9, locos., 20, 36, 60, 83, 91, 94; 142/94
Vicksburg, Shreveport & Texas RR: 140/ 9, loco.,83
Victoria Florida Phosphate Co.: 162/66
Vieux Desert & Lake Shore RR: 121/53
Vineland RR: 73/38
Virginia: "Early Railroads in . . ." (1835), 26/51-54
Virginia & Rainy Lake RR: 93/112
Virginia & Tennessee RR: during the Civil War, 71/71-84; roster, 52/32; mention,
       52/29; 68/13; history notes, 82/44-49; 132/37
Virginia and Truckee RR: ". . . ," by Gilbert M. Kneiss, 45/6-32; Carson &
       Colorado RR, 45/19; Minden Branch, 45/21; roster, 45/26-28; towns, 45/29-32;
       "A Trip over the Two Old Overland Trails from California into Nevada," by
       D.L. Joslyn and E.W. Young, 34/4348, 49; photos, 34/40-41; "The
       Bonanza Twins," G.M. Best (locomotives Reno, Genoa, and others), 124/5-17;
       tunnel fire 1872, 124/6-7; railfan trips, 124/9-10; movie industry, 124/l3-l7;
       locomotive notes, 68/44, photo, 46; mention, 20/54; 82/44-49; 100/26; 83/18,
       19; passenger car, 138/77-78, 81
"Virginia Antebellum Railroad Equipment," by Charles W. Turner, 82/43-56
       (also track construction)
Virginia Carolina RR: 52/31
Virginia, Carolina & Coast RR: 72/115
"Virginia Central Railroad 1850-1868," by Laura E. Armitage, 65/59-66;
       tunnels 82/49; equipment 1850s, 82/53; mention, 20/61, 65; 82/48; 108/63;
       113/30; 130/44; involvement with Blue Ridge RR, 129/50, 51,53; loco., 177/104
Virginia City and Silver City RR: 45/7
Virginia Locomotive & Car Co.: 8/29
Virginia Locomotive Works: early feed water heater, 73/64; mention, 73/70-71
Virginia Midland Ry: 105/29
Virginia Pass. & Power Co.: 162/63
Virginia Pocahontas Coal Co.: 185/96
"The Virginia Southwestern Railroad System at War 1861-1865," by Charies W.
       Turner,71/71-84
Virginian Ry: 75/81; emblem153/33; "Biggest of the Big," by Robert A. LeMassena,
       184/96-103
"Virginia's First Railroad, on Falling Creek, about 1810," by Gamst and Gamst, 168/5-16
Viroqua Ry: Wis/21, 30
Visalia RR: loco. notes, 94/129; mention, 94/26
Visalia Electric Ry: 151/52
"The Visible Hand: The Technological Revolution at Grand Central Terminal in New
       York," by Kurt C. Schlichting, 176/39-47; 177/118
"Von Gerstner and Our First Locomotives," by C.E. Fisher, 62/44-62
Vulcan Works: 26/12
"'Vultures at the Death of an Elephant': Harry S. Truman, the Great Train Robbery,
       and the Transportation Act of 1940," by Alonzo L.Hamby, 165/6-36


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