Railroads and Railroad History: World Railways

Austria: Norris locos., 79/48-67

Belgium: early loco. notes, 26/47-48; Norris locos., 79/67-68; Norris locos.
       built by Cockerill, 109/3444; valve gear, see U.S. index..
British Guiana: Demerara Ry.154/125-126; 166/126-129

Chile: Norris loco., 150/54; 79/71-72; 154/125
China: "...-The Last Citadel," by J.W. Swanberg, 151/84-86; loco. notes,
       149/118; American China Development Co.: 162/73, 74; "Steam in Indian Summer,"
       by Alden Dreyer, 193/48-57; "The Great American Railway of Asia," (South Manchurian Ry.),
       by William D. Middleton, 196/72-90
Colombia: "The Railroads of ..., South America," by H. Lincoln Harrison, photos by Gordon Crowell, 116/24-49
Cuba: Norris locos., 79/71; "The Cuba Ry" (1838), 137/79; Hershey Cuban
       Ry, 151/57; Havana Central RR: loco. 162/72; Nite Bay Co.: 162/78; Matanzas &
       Savanilla RR: locos. 167/30,31; Havana & Guinas RR: loco. 167/31; Jucaro Ry.
       locos. 167/30, 31; Nuevitas & Puerto Principe RR: loco. 167/31; Cuba Cane Sugar
       Co., 175/126; Central Limones RR: loco., 175/126; Central Guira RR: loco., 180/139;
       "Time Machine," by Thomas G. Hoback,187/11; "Cuba and Railroads, Part I: Main
       Lines and the Making of a Nation," by Luis V. Dominguez and Manuel Diaz Ceballos,
       190/26-49; "Glimpses of Cuban Railroading: 1996," by J.W.Swanberg:190/50-55; "Cuban Ore
       for American Rails," by Mark Reutter, 191/26-43; "Mainline Diesels and Electric,
       Before and After Castro," by P. Allen Copeland, 191/44-59

El Salvador: "The Railroads of Guatamala and El Salvador," by G.M. Best,
       104/31-53;roster, 104/41-47
Egypt: locos. built by William Mason, 15/24-25

Fiji: "Narrow Gauge in Fiji," by P. Hodge, 103/21-40
Finland: locos. built by Richmond Loco. Works, 130/81; "Wild West Baldwins,"
       by Jan-Erik Wiik, tr. by John Decker, 194/82-87
France: "Pambour's'Traite des Machines' Locomotives," 26/33, 34; "French
       Express Trains-Yesterday and Today," 32/71; "French Locomotives for the
       Memphis, El Paso & Pacific RR," by Fred Jukes, 92/90-93; 93/124; "An
       Old Rogers Locomotive?" by F. Achard, 82/68-71; Pechot Fairlie
       locos., 98/51, photo opp. 49;M. Seguin, loco. developer, 16/13, 16; Norris
       locos., 79/46-47, 68; 81/67-68; valve gear, see U.S. index; Micheline rail cars,
       172/28-30; 173/61-64; "André Chapelon and French Locomotives in the Twentieth
       Century," by Edward G. Weinstein, 176/7-38; 177/118-120; "Railroaders in the Great War,"
       by Ron Goldfeder, 194/68-81
Germany: Royal Wurtemburg RR, 8/16; railroads and locos. (1830s), 26/40-43,
       48; Norris locos., 79/48-67; 81/68-69; 109/37, 4041; early diesel locos. of
       Lomonossoff 128/40-49; World War II locos. brought to the United States,
       122/68-69; valve gear, see U.S. index; "High-Speed Motor Trains of the German
       National Railway, 1920-1945," by Alfred C. Mierzejowski, 175/57-67; "Ludwig
       Homberger: An Extraordinary Man," by Alfred C. Mierzejowski, 179/117-134;
       "Hitler's Locomotives: Part 1: The Crisis," by Alfred C. Mierzejewski, 186/54-64;
       "German Railroaders and the Holocaust," by Alfred C. Mierzejewski, 186/65-67;
       "Hitler's Locomotives: Part 2: The Blitz," by Alfred C. Mierzejewski, 187/74-93;
       188/147, 149
Great Britain (England, Scotland, Wales):
       "American Locomotives in Great Britain," 12/41-42
       "American Built Locomotives Sold in England," 41/22 (Lynton &
              Barnstaple Ry, 2' gauge)
       "American Built Locomotives in South Wales," by D.S. Barrie, 85/30-34
              (Port Talbot Ry and Barry Ry)
       Avonside Engine Co.: 83/10
       Baring Brothers & Co.: English banking firm, 91/32-39
       Barry Ry: American locos., 85/30-34
       Birkenhead: loco. Crewe, 18/7-8
       Birmingham & Derby Junction Ry: "The . . . ," by G.W. Bishop, 25/45-47
       Birmingham & Gloucester Ry: Norris locos., 109/42-44; 10/46-52;
              79/47-48; mention, 15/70
       Birmingham Central Ry: tram loco. and car, 17/6
       "Blessing or Curse?" 142/26 (opening of a railway)
       Bodwin & Wadebridge Ry: 26/50
       Bristol & Exeter Ry: 4-24 loco., 16/50, 52, 54
       "British and Foreign Locomotives in Canada and Newfoundland,"
              by R.R. Brown, 43/6-22
       Brownell, George: 1839 inspection of English loco. builders, 7/32-35
       Brunel, Isambard K.: 38/7-14
       Bury, Edward: 5/63, 64; "Old Bury Engine," 18/58; "A Bury Engine
              on Great Southern Rys of Ireland,"       by C.W. Bishop, 15/49-51
       Caledonian Ry: early 4-4-Os, 14/13-14, 15; "Caledonian Ry 4-4-0
              Locomotive," 16/43
       Canada Works: 18/13-20
       Canterbury & Whitstable Ry: "The . . . ," by R.B. Fellows, 23/23-24
       "Centenary of Rainhill, the Rocket and the Stourbridge Lion, 1829-
              1929," by John Loye, 20/7-18
       Chapman patent: swivel locomotive truck, 1812; 15/77-78
       Cornwall & Mineral Ry: 26/49
       Crampton's single drive loco., on Great Western: 114/27
       "A Date to Remember-March 18, 1960," 103/46 (completion of last British steam
              loco., Evening Star, 2-10-0)
       Davy, Humphry: "More About Sir Humphry Davy," 89/164
       Dean, William: 34/24-25 (loco. designer)
       "Diary of Horatio Allen," 89/97-138 (on Liverpool & Manchester and
              Stockton & Darlington, 1829)
       Dieselization: Dsl/124-142
       Dubs&Co.: 83/10; 150/92, 100
       Dundee & Newtyle Ry: 11/39-41
       "Dundee Built Locomotives on Canada's First Rys," by O. Lavallee,
              149/19-50; 151/102-104
       Dundee, Scotland: "Early Railroads Around . . . ," 149/20-22
       Early: "The ... Dawn of Railways," by G.W. Bishop, 9/4041; "The. . .
              English Engines that Came to America," by C.E. Fisher, 20/36-43;
              . . . high wheeled British locos., 38/14-21; ... railways and locos.,
              6/35-42; ". . . Scottish Locomotives of the 4-4-0 Design," by J.W. Smith,
              14/8-15; 16/43; "... Steam Railways in Great Britain," by John
              Duncan, 12/15-24; ".. . Tramroads in Great Britain," by G. W. Bishop, 20/19-25
       "Engineering Dreams into Disaster: History of the Tay Bridge," by Marion K. Pinsdorf,
              179/89-116
       English: "The . . . Influence on American Railroads," by E.J. Heydinger,
              91/7-45 (1812-1840); "Notes on ... Locomotives," by R.E. Pennoyer,
              15/64-69; North Eastern Ry, early 4-4-Os, 14/8; "... Single
              Wheelers," 12/39-40; ... bank financing and failures in America,
              91/31-42; 1857 panic, 91/40
       Eustin station, London (1849), 127/39
       Fairlie, Robert F.: 1866 loco patent, 98/49-52; photo, 141/77; mention,
              41/15; 141/77, 79-80
       "The First Locomotive Built in Scotland," by G.W. Bishop, 11/39-41
       Gauge: see Track
       Glascow & South Western Ry: early 4-4-0s, 14/12-15
       Gooch, Daniel: 38/14-21 (loco. designer)
       Grand Junction Ry: Crewe design locos., 18/10
       Great North of Scotland Ry: first 4-4-0, 14/8-11, 15
       Great Western Ry: recollections (1840s), 6/40-41; old locos., 9/24-30;
              single driver loco., 12/39-40; 4-4-0 loco., 14/8; No. 3008,
              100/ 52ff; "Recollections of the Broad Gauge Line to Plymouth,"
              16/50-60; "The . . . ," by R.E. Pennoyer, 38/7-27; ... 1ocos. (1841),
              101/46-47; Crampton's single driver loco., 114/27; critique 154/127-128
       "Great Wits," 47/7 (RR enthusiasts, 1938)      
       Hackworth, Timothy, loco. Sanspareil, ZO/17,18; loco. performance (1829-30),
              90/159-160; mention, 16/10, 12, 14; 31/21-22; 89/16-17
       Highland Ry: early 44-Os, 14/12-13,
       "Historical Notes on Locomotive Design," by E.G. Young, 16/9-22
       "Horatio Allen's Impressions of English Railways," by W.C. Kessler, 61/35-54
       "How 'Locomotive No. 1' Went to Wembly," by G.W. Bishop, 8/46-48
       "[Preservation Topics:] How to Make New Steam," by Andrew Dow, 188/98-107
       Hyde Park Foundry & Engine Works: 150/93
       Jervis, John B.: letters commenting on Liverpool and Manchester Ry
              (1831-1835),55/8-12
       Joy, David: 89/17
       "Learning from America? by Colin Divall, Dsl/124-142
       "Leicester & Swannington Ry," by G.W. Bishop, 18/4547; centennial,
              31/50
       Liverpool & Manchester Ry: ". . . ," by D.S. Barrie, 22/4649; "The ...
              Celebration" (1930), 23/6-7; history, 12/9-24; early loco. problems,
              91/28-29; mention, 26/33ff 44ff; 9; 71/58-59, 62-64; description of
              track and cars by Horatio Allen in 1828, 61/35-38; train operation
              (1832), 37/65; comments by John B. Jervis, 1831-1835, 55/8-12;
              "Diary of Horatio Allen" (1828), 89/97-138; 89/110-112, 124;
              tunnels, 89/114; track and car description, 89/125-126
       Locomotive: "Some Notes Concerning Old . . . History," by F. Gaiser,
              26/33-48 (early English loco. records, 1830s); George Brownell's 1839
              inspection of English locomotive builders, 7/32-35; "Historical Notes
              on . . . Design," by E.G. Young, 16/ 9-22; "Passenger Locomotives:
              British versus American: A Glance at the '9Os," by Fred Jukes, 100/52-63
              (Great Western No. 3003 and others); "Preserving Historic British
              Locomotives," by D.S. Barrie, 31/49-50
       London & Birmingham Ry: opening, 142/26; mention, 22/50; No. 1,
              photo, 47/53
       London & Greenwich Ry: locos.1830s, 26/45
       London & North Western Ry: "The .. . Locomotive Queen Elizabeth,"
              by J.W. Smith, 18/40-44; "The Parent of the Birkenheads," by
              J. Loye (loco. Crewe), 18/7-8; recollections, 1870s, 6/36-40; loco.
              Reynard, 9/25, 28; mention, 18/10
       London & South Western Ry: recollections of Henry Shapcote (1870s-80s), 16/50
       London, Brighton & South Coast Ry: Terrier locos., 9/29-30
       Lynton & Barnstaple Ry: American built locos., 41/22
       Mather, Dixon & Co.: 26/37, 38 (loco. builder)
       Midland Ry: Johnson single locos., 9/27; loco. notes, 15/65-69
       "Mineral Railways and Tramways in England," by G.W. Bishop, 26/49-50
       Names: "The Origin of Locomotive Class Names," by G.H. Gaskell,
              87/83-95 (also data on first of each
              wheel arrangement)
       Norris locos.: 79/47-48
       North British Ry: early 4-4-0s, 14/10, 15
       "Notes on Steam Trains in Scotland and Ireland," by J.W. Smith, 17/7-11
       "The Ongin of Locomotive Class Names," by G.H. Gaskell, 87/83-95
       "The Parent of the Birkenheads, " by J. Loye, 18/7-8 (loco. Crewe)
       "Passenger Locomotives: British versus American: A Glance at the '90s,"
              by Fred Jukes, 100/52-63
       Pearson, James: 34/22-24 (loco. designer)
       Plymouth & Dartmoor Ry: 26/49
       Port Talbot Ry: 85/30
       "Preserving Historic British Locomotives," by D.S. Barrie, 31/49-50
       Rainhill: loco. trials, 12/21-22; "The ... Trials," by J. Loye, 20/15-18;
              71/61-62; centennial (1829-1929), 20/7-18
       "Recollections of the Broad Gauge Line to Plymouth," by
              H. Shapcote, 16/50-60
       Redruth & Chancewater Ry: 26/50
       "The Royal Scot, " 38/55
       Scotland: "First Locomotives Built in ...," by G.W. Bishop, 11/39-41;
              "Early Scottish Locomotives of the 4-4-0 Design," by J.W. Stevens,
              14/8-15; 16/43; "Notes on Steam Trams m Scotland," by J.W. Smith,
              17/7-8
       Shutt End Ry: loco.Agenoria, 22/51-52
       Signals: "Development of Railway Signalling," by H.S. Balliet, 44/70-82
       Some: "... British Locomotive Reminiscences," by N. Thompson, 9/24-30;
              ". . . Historical ltems," by G.W. Bishop, 15/70~71: ". . . Notes
              Concerning Old Locomotive History," by F. Gaiser, 26/33-48; ". . .
              Recollections," by G.W. Bishop, 6/35-43
       Stephenson: "George Stephenson," by Ada Barrett, 71/50-70;
              mention, 25/34, 74/6
       Stephenson, Robert: letter concerning two locos. built in 1832 for
              America, 4/4445; mention, 5/63-65
       Stephenson & Company: loco. notes, 26/34-48; 16/10, 11, 12, 14, 19,
              20; 7/26-28; 12/15-17; 20/68
       Stockton & Darlington Ry: "How Locomotive No. 1 Went to Wembly,"
              by C.W. Bishop, 8/46-48 (first timetable, 1825, and loco. Locomotion);
              "Man Who Worked on No. 1 Engine," 8/48-49; "A Century of Railroads,"
              10/52-53; centennial, 10/3; description of the railroad and
              locos. versus horses in 1828 by Horatio Allen on 1828 freight-train
              size, 89/127-128; locomotive size and horsepower, 89/129-131;
              incline plane technical description, 89/131-134; "Some Comments on
              a Letter of 1833 from the Baltimore & Ohio RR to the . . . in England,"
              by G.A. Petch, 90/157-161 (loco. size and performance); mention,
              12/17-19; 28/8; 71/56-58
       Tay Bridge: 179/89-116
       Track: description of track and rails in 1828, 89/125; gauge, 38/12-13;
              34/28-29
       Trams: "Steam Tramways in the British Isles," by G.W. Bishop, 17/5-6;
              "Notes on Steam Trams in Scotland and Ireland," by J.W. Smith, 17/7-11;
              "Early Tramroads in Great Britain," by G.W. Bishop, 20/19-25;
              "Mineral Railways and Tramways in England," by G.W. Bishop, 26/49-50
       Teffry's Ry: 26/5 0
       Trevithick, Richard: 16/9, 10; loco. Trevithick print, 147/48; 150/117
       2-6-Os bought from United States in 1899:100/21
       Valve gear: see U.S. index
       Webb compounds: 58/19ff, chart 30
       Welshpool Llanfair Light Ry: "The. . . Preservation Co. Ltd.," 104/6
       Whyte's locomotive classification system: 87/83-95
       "A Wild Ride on Badnall's Famous Undulating Railway," by Joseph C. Meredith,
              178/107-119
       Wigam Branch Ry: 31/50
       York, Newcastle ~ Berwick Ry: first 3 cylinder loco (1846),58/19
Guatemala: United Fruit Co. roster, 104/ 46; "The Railroads of Guatemala and
       El Salvador," by G.M. Best, 104/31-53; rosters, 104/41-47; Central America &
       Pacific Ry Trans. Co., 104/32-33

Hawaii: see U.S. index

India: Darjeeling-Himalayan Ry: 160/29ff; "[First Person:] Streamlined Steam," by J. W.
       Swanberg, 186/102-111
Iran & Iraq: "[First Person] Mystery Trains of the Persian Gulf," by Robert W.Richardson,
       188/84-97
Ireland: "A Bury Engine on the Great Southern Rys of Ireland," by G.W.
       Bishop, 15 /49-51; "American Locomotives on the Cork, Bandon & South
       Coast Ry," 15/70; "Belfast and County Down Railroad," by N. Thompson,
       16/61-64; "Notes on Steam Trams in Scotland and Ireland," by J.W. Smith,
       17/7-11
Italy: Norris locos., 79/69-70

Japan: "A Norris Locomotive in Japan?" 31/31-32; 32/70; "Models for the
       Archduke, Citizen King, and Mikado," 150/80

Korea: "Korean National Railway," bY J.G. Bogle, 117/26-33

Libya: "Sahara's Lost Railroads," by Stefano Maggi and Rutger Gras, 183/82-95; 184/145

Mexico:
       Baja California & Sonora RR: 80/23;
       Cananea, Rio Yaqui & Pacifico Ry; 94/18; locos., 68ff-146, 147-151; SP/15, locos.,
              40, 55, 86-89, 104,
       Chihuahua & Pacific Ry: 95/13, 14; completion (1961), 106/51-52;
       F.C. Central Mexicano: 160/61
       F.C. Coahuila y Pacifico: 160/61
       F.C. Conquista Coal: 160/63
       F.C. Guanajuanto: 160/63
       F.C. Guanajuanto a San Luis de la Paz y Pozos: 160/63
       F.C. Hidalgo: 160/63
       F.C. Hidalgo y Nordeste: 160/63
       F.C. Internacional Mexicano: 160/63
       F.C. Interoceanico: 160/63
       F.C. Irolo: 160/63
       F.C. Mexicano de Union: 160/63
       F.C. Medellin: 160/63
       F.C. Mexicano del Sur: 160/63
       F.C. Mexico, Cuernavaca y Pacifico: 160/63
       F.C. Mexico, Toluca y Cuautitlan: 160/63
       F.C. Michoacan y Pacifico: 160/63
       F.C. Michoacan Ry. & Mining Co. : 160/63
       F.C. Monterey al Golfo Mexicano: 160/63
       F.C. Morelos: 160/63
       F.C. Nacional Mexicano: 160/63
       F.C. Nacional de Tehuantepec: 160/63
       F.C. National RR Co. of Mexico: 160/65
       F.C. Oriente Mexicano: 160/65
       F.C. Pachuca, Zacualtipan & Tampico: 160/65
       F.C. Pan Americano: 160/65
       F.C. Puebla a Matamoros-Izucar: 160/65
       F.C. Puebla a San Martin Texmelucan: 160/65
       F.C. Puebla y San Marcos: 160/65
       F.C. Salamanca y Jaral: 160/65
       F.C. San Marcos y Nautla: 160/65
       F.C. Marcos y Tecolutla: 160/65
       F.C. Vanegas, Cedral y Rio Verde: 160/65
       F.C. Vera Cruz al Pacifico: 160/65
       F.C. Vera Cruz a Alvarado: 160/65
       F.C. Vera Cruz y Istmus: 160/65
       Ferrocarril de Sonora: 94/19, locos., 106ff-151; SP/15, 114;
       Kansas City, Mexico & Orient Ry: "The Orient Road," by J. Wallace Higgins,
              95/10-46; sale of Mexican lines in 1928-29, 95/32; Mexican operation, 95/34-38;
              completion, 106/51-52; mention, 75/60, 61, 62; Mexican Central Ry:
              80/21, 25, 29
       Mexican International Ry: 94/54, 137;
       Mexican North Western Ry: 75/58, 60, 61;
       Mexico, Toluca y Cuautitlan Ry.: loco. Tlalnepantla, 160/74;
       Nacozari Ry 94/130, 132; 149/ 102, 108;
       National Rys of Mexico: 84/53; emblem 153/56; "The National Railways of Mexico,
              by William D. Edson, 160/61-131 (chronology of predecessors and loco. rosters);
              161/98; loco. 174/91; 175/126
       Penoles Mining Co.: rack loco. San Vicente photo, 36/41; 37/56;
       Sud Pacifico de Mexico: 94/25; roster, 94/145-152; loco. notes, 15, 81ff-111;
       Tiajuana & Tecate Ry: 71/15

Natal: Government railways: 122/11
Netherlands: "Railways in the . . ., 1830-1914," by Augustus J. Veenendaal, Jr. 173/5-57
New Zealand: "Steam Locomotives of the ... Government Rys, 1872-1949," by
       T.A. McGavin, 81/7-22; first 4-6-2, 68/63; restoration of 2-4-2 Washington,
       148/102; "Railway Stations in . . .: A Case of Architectural Lag," by Keith L.
       Bryant, 162/80-107

Pakistan: "Flying the Flag,", by J. W. Swanberg, 195/68-77
Panama: "Short History of the ... RR," by A. Saunders, 78/8-44; "Locomotives
       of the . . . RR," by A. Saunders, 80/57-66; locos. (1852), 9/8; mention,
       9/40; 44/47; 67/25; 93/112; 100/2122; locos. North America and Colon,
       139/11, 12; "Pieces of a Puzzle," by John N. Stine, 157/13; "Railroads and
       Excavation at the Panama Canal," by Sam:Stueland, 171/107-112 (Research Note)
Peru: Railroad station built in the United States (1869), 137/97

Russia: The First Russian Ry (1838), 22/ 60-61; "Messrs. Harrison, Winans and
       Eastwick, St. Petersburg, Russia," by R.E. Pennoyer, 47/46-53; 70/12, 14;
       "Whistler's Report on the Gauge of the Petersburg-Moscow Railroad," by H.B.
       Vanderblue, 49/86-90; 117/62-64; "Robert Wright," by William Spawn,
       64/54-57; Norris locos., 109/37-41; "The Russian Decapods," by William
       D. Edson, 124/64-76; "Lomonossoff: A Diesel Traction Pioneer," by B. Reed,
       128/35-49; Class E 0-10-0 type 128/37-40; "Some Snapshots from
       Siberia," by J. Plomer, 148/76-79; 151/102 (1918); Baldwin and Grant
       locos., 149/16-18; Trans Siberian RR: 150/107-114; "The Anglo-American
       Railroad War at Archangel, 19181919," by B.D. Rhodes, 151/70-83;
      "From Russia With Love," (FD class 2-10-2) by William D. Middleton 193/40-47
Siberia: see Russia
South America: first loco. (British Guiana) 154/125
Sweden: "Swedish Steam with Richmond Plates," by K. Moller, 99/55-56;
       0-10-0s, 128/39
Switzerland: Norris locos., 79/70

Thailand: "The Bridge That Never Was; But the death toll from building
       Japan's military railroad was all too real," by W. L Gwyer; 191/107-111

Union of South Africa: "A Long Line of Mountains" (and locos.), 122/7-25;
       Central South African Rys, 122/7; Cape Govt. Rys, 122/10

Zimbabwe: "Beyer Garratts Forever?," by J. W. Swanberg, 198/16-27


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