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Abbey, Wallace W.: "Why the Santa Fe Isn't Under Wires," 181/92; "Railroads and
       the War." Dsl/81
Abbott, Carl: "The Location of Railroad Passenger Depots in Chicago and
       St. Louis, 1850-1900," 120/31
Abendschein, Frederic H.: BR, 186/121; 190/123
Achard, F.: "An Old Rogers Locomotive?" 82/68
Adams, Richard D.: "2000 Plus; The Pennsy's H-6, " 124/51
Adler, Kenneth: BR, 124/92
Albert, Bernard L.: BR, 144/117
Aldag, Robert: "Steam vs. Diesel Locomotives," 167/148; "Culture Clash: Diesel vs.
       Tradition," Dsl/89
Aldrich, Mark: "Safety First Comes to the Railroads, 1910-1939," 166/6; "Safe and
       Suitable Boilers: The Railroads, the Interstate Commerce Commission, and
       Locomotive Safety, 1900-1945," 171/23; "Locomotive Inspection Materials at the
       National Archives," 175/132 (Research Note); "Energy Conservation on Steam
       Railroads: Institutions, Markets, Technology, 1889-1943," 177/7; "Engineering
       Success and Disaster: American Railroad Bridges, 1840-1900", 180/31; BRs,
       173/162; 177/140; 178/142; 181/136; 187/122
Alexander, James R.: "Technology Innovation in Early Street Railways: The Johnson
       Rail in Retrospective," 164/64
Allen, C.F.H.: "A Former Rail Center in the White Mountains; North Conway,
       N.H.," 59/37; "The Mountain Division of the Maine Central Raikoad," 61/62;
       "Rochester, New York, and the Pennsylvania Railroad," 64/32; "Notes on
       the Pittsburgh, Shawmut and Northern Railroad Co.," 64/42; "The Ten Wheelers
       of the Maine Central Railroad," 66/51; The Buffalo & Susquchanna
       Railroad Co.," 70/44; "The Railroads of McKean County, Pa.," 76/38,
       78/64, 80/68, 81/29, 82/58; "Narrow Gauge Locomotives in Western New
       York and Pennsylvania," 85/43; "The Pittsburgh, Shawmut & Northern, and
       all Associated and Predecessor Roads," 92/8, 93/11, 96/16; "The Maine
       Central in Northern New Hampshire," 99/42; "Spencer S. Bullis," 100/85;
       "Notes on the Ogdensburg and Lake Champlain Railroad," 102/49; "The
       Steam Locomotive Whistle," 106/28; "The End of Steam on me Maine
       Central," 108/39; "Worcester Salt Specials," 113/79; "Tidewater and
       Western Railroad," 114/48; "The Atlantic Locomotive in New England,"
       116/50; "Unusual Wreck- on the 'Peanut Line' of the New York Central,"
       118/83; "Shawmut Notes," 120/64
Alley, William: "Steel Rails and Ice: Alaska's Copper River & Northwestern Railway,"
       168/51
Allman, Richard L.: BRs, 174/113; 178/162; 179/180; 181/160; 186/141; 187/145
Alves, John J.: "The Locomotive Feed Water Heater,"of New Brunswick,"
       8/31; "The Old Ship Railway at Chignecto," 9/19 73/63
Ames, Gregory P.: "Forgetting St. Louis and Other Map Mischief", 188/28
Anderson, C.W.: "Some Railroad History of the Province ; "St. John and the
       Canadian Pacific Railway," 15/S2; "0ther Days," 18/48
Anderson, Matthew G.: BR 119/117
Anderson, Richard R.: BR, 174/98
Angier, Jerry, "A Brief History of the Bangor & Aroostook Railroad", 152/85
Andrews, L. R.: "The Clang of the Bells," 2/43
Annin, Thomas B.: BR, 128/81
Appleton, Thomas: "Review of Locomotive 'No. 21' on the Boston, Hartford
       & Erie Railroad," 25/33
Armet, Will: "Down on the Old Colony," 2/18
Armitage, Laura E.: "Louisa Railroad and Virginia Central Railroad," 65/59
Armstrong, G.W.: "All Time Erie Locomotive Roster, " 131/22
Aslaksen, James: BR 188/134; 189/120; 190/127
Austen, John: BRs, 169/93; 170/117; 171/127; 176/130; 179/154; 180/144, 167;
       182/101, 118; 185/122; 188/126; 190/135, 142

Baer, Christopher T.: BR, 188/139; 189/126
Bailey, Michael R.: BR, 136/140
Baker, Thomas L.: "The Chicago Great Western and the John C. Cole Milling Company:
       Stickney's Railroad Problem," 176/55
Balliet, Herbert S.: "Development of Railway Signalling," 44/70
Barna, Carl: BRs, 172/97; 174/97; 179/168; 180/166
Barr, Howard N.: BR, 134/85
Barrett, Ada L.: "George Stephenson," 71/50
Barrett, Richard C.: BR, 175/155
Barrie, D.S.: "The Liverpool & Manchester Railway," 22/46; "Preserving Historic
       British Locomotives," 31/49; "American Built Locomotives in
       South Wales," 85/30
Barriger, John W.: "Financing Super-Railroads," 64/45
Bartky, Ian R.: "The Invention of Railroad Time," 148/13; "Running on Time,"
       159/18
Batson, Trenton W.: "The Troy Car Works," 123/5
Baughman, James P.: BR, 135/103
Baxter, Stephen B.: BR, 180/169
Beach, Philip F.: BRs, 129/110, 111; 130/108, 112, 118; 131/131, 133;
       132/97, 98, 107, 112
Beals, Rixford A.: BRs, 175/153; 177/141; 179/167; 184/137; 188/121
Becker, George P.: "Boston and Albany Locomotives 1832-193O," 22/9;
       "William Buchanan," 37/33
Becker, Walter F.: "Railway Equipment Up the River Minnesota, 1861-1869,"
       95/47; "Locomotive Builders Not Mentioned in Bulletin No. 58, May
       1942," 103/61; "An Old Inspection Engine on the Milwaukee & St. Paul
       Railway," 103/66; "Iron Brothers The Crooks and the Rice," 107/12;
       "Additional Data on the Locomotives in Bulletin No. 115 [Green Bay &
       Western]," 117/61
Beebe, Lucius, "The Narrow Gauge Railroads of Colorado," 67A/7
Bell, J. Snowden: "The Genesis of the Locomotive Truck," 15/72; "The New
       Castle Manufacturing Co.," 18/28; "Baltimore & Ohio Railroad No. 600,"
       20/26
Bell, Kurt R.: BRs, 185/114; 188/133; 190/124
Bender, Henry E.: BRs, 130/110; 131/ 126, 128, 131; 135/113; 136/136;
       140/129
Bennett, Mark S.: BR, 134/87
Bennett, T.W. & H.T.: "The Broom Handle That Made Stoker History," 128/50
Benton, Homer G.: "Seattle Coal and Transportation Co.," 103/47; "Seattle
       Terminal Railway," 110/66; "Pioneer Locomotive of Puget Sound," 114/37
Bertram, B.C.: "Motive Power Development on the Lehigh Valley Covering a
       Period of 100 Years," 42/51
Best, Gerald M.: "History and Motive Power of the New York, Ontario &
       Western Radroad," 40/16; "The Story of Emma Nevada Kimball," 62/71;
       "Milford, Matamoras & New York Railroad," 70/70; "The San Diego &
       Arizona Eastem Railway," 71/7; "The Gravity Railroad of the Delaware &
       Hudson Canal Co.," 82/7; "Locomotives of the Southern Pacific Co.,"
       94/7; "Early Steam Suburban Railroads in Los Angeles," 99/8; "The
       Railroads of Guatemala and El Salvador," 104/31; "The Bonanza Twins,"
       124/5; "Richard Norris Locomotives in California," 127/45; "Erie Locomotive
       Notes," 131/12; "AII Time Erie Locomotive Roster," 131/22; "Pullman's
       Board of Trade Special: The Train That Came Down Market Street," 135/
       79; "Thomas H. Paul & Son," 141/19; "Locomotives of the Southern Pacific
       Company," SP/5; "Raub's Central Power: The Little Engine that Couldn't",
       153/93; BRs, 124/86, 92; 127/106
Bezilla, Michael: "Pennsylvania's Pioneer Rectifiers," 137/64; Pennsylvania Railroad
       Motive Power Strategies, 1920-1950," 164/42; BRs, 141/123;
       142/115; 144/101; 171/137; 175/151; 184/128; 187/132, 189/124
Bishop, G.W.: "Some Notes Upon Early English Locomotives in America,"
       5/63; "Some Recollections," 6/35; "The Early Dawn of Radways," 8/40;
       "How 'Locomotion' No. 1 Went to Wembley," 8/46; "Norris Engines on
       the Birmingham and Gloucester Railway," 10/46; "First Locomotive Built
       in Scotland," 11/39; "A Bury Engine on the Great Southern Railways of
       Ireland," 15/49; "Some Historical Items," 15/70; "Steam Tramways in
       the British isles," 17/5; "The Leicester and Swannington Radway," 18/45;
       "Early Tramroads in Great Britain," 20/19; "Incidents in English Railway
       History," 22/50; "The Birmingham and Derby Junction Railway," 24/45;
       "Mineral Railways and Tramways in England," 26/49
Bishop, M. Guy: BRs 162/125; 177/126
Bixby, Arthur M., Sr.: "Norfolk and Western's Roanoke Shops," 137/20; "The New
       Haven's G-4a Ten Wheelers," 144/77; "New Haven Ten-Wheelers: All Time Roster,"
       144/85; "How a New Haven I-4 Pacific Became One of a Kind," 152/105; "Driving
       and Feeding Iron Horses: Experience on the New Haven Railroad, 1926-1939,"
       170/60; BRs, 163/125; 168/107; 169/104; 170/127
Black, Robert C.: BR, 140/127
Blackson, Robert M.: BRs,167/164; 171/139; 176/117; 182/106; 184/124; 186/129, 131;
       188/132
Blanchard, Leslie: BR, 142/117
Blaszak, Michael W.: "[Afterword:] A Bankruptcy That Revived an Industry," 181/113
Bogle, James G.: "The Stone Mountatn Scenic Railroad," 109/6; "Korean
       National Railway," 117/ 26; "An Unpublished Account of the Great
       Locomotive Chase," 123/55; "The Dixie Flyer," 124/18; "The Texas --
       A Forgotten Hero," 132/37; BR, 141/~19
Boutell, Hugh G.: "Evanston Branch of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
       Railway," 32/69; "The American Locomotive in the Sixties," 46/34; "The
       Chesapeake Beach Railway," 58/32
Brainerd, Henry B.: BRs, 146/121; 155/125
Bramson, Seth: BR, 178/155; 189/134
Breithaupt, William H.: "Outline of the History of the Grand Trunk Railway
       of Canada," 23/37
Brown, A.E.: "The Louisiana and Arkansas Railway: Structure and Operation
       in the Age of Steam," 144/51
Brown, John K. and Vauclain, Samuel M.: "Comments on the System and Shop Practices
       of the Baldwin Locomotive Works," 173/102
Brown, Robert R.: "Kinmond Brothers' Locomotive Works, Montreal," 24/40;
       "The Montreal ice Railway 1880-1881," 22/42;'Yhe Carillon and
       Grenville Railway," 23/29; The Nova Scotia Railways 1854-1872," 23/33;
       "Accident on the Montreal Ice Railway, 1881," 26/55; "A Wooden Railway
       of Seventy Years Ago," 28/36; "Canadian Railway Centenary of 1932," 28/50:
       "Additional Notes on the Early Locomotives in Nova Scotia," 31/20; "The
       Battle of the Gauges in Canada," 34/36; "General Mining Association,
       Sidney Mines," 41/41; "Montgomery Iron Works, Halifax, Nova Scotia,"
       41/43; British and Foreign Locomotives in Canada and Newfoundland,"
       43/6; "The Newfoundland Railway," 44/28; "The South Eastern Railway,"
       49/7; "Early Canadian Rolling Stock," 56/30; "The St. Lawrence and Industrie
       Vlllage Railway," 70/39; "Montreal and Lachine Railroad, 1847-1947,"
       71/25; "Canada's Earliest Railway Lines," 78/49; "Locomotives of the
       Canadian Pacific Railway," 83/7; "A Century of International Exchange,"
       83/6; "Ontario, Simcoe, & Huron Railway," 85/35; "Gauges-Standard and
       Otherwise," 88/77; "Pioneer Locomotives in North America," 101/7
Brown, Shannon R., BR, 153/117
Bryant, Keith L.: "Railway Stations in New Zealand: A Case of Architectural Lag,"
       162/80; "Mark Freeman and the Destruction of Pennsylvania Station: An Artist in Love
       with his City," 171/45; "Railroad Redundant: The Fort Smith & Western Railway,"
       174/68; "A Horatio Alger Story: Henry U. Mudge," 182/6; BRs, 136/135; 137/98;
       141/118; 144/108; 149/129; 150/119, 121; 151/116, 117; 154/139; 156/98; 160/144;
       164/99; 165/127; 166/142; 168/82; 171/133; 174/100; 178/144; 179/160; 180/154;
       181/143; 183/116, 117, 126; 187/142; 188/139
Bryner, Cyril: BRs, 166/153; 173/178; 183/141
Buchanan, R.A.: BRs, 149/144; 153/112; 155/142; 157/146; 159/93, 94, 95;
       161/112-114; 165/147
Burnett, Edmund C.: "The Railroad Comes to Big Creek," 68/7
Burns, Edward B.: "The Confederates Gather Steam," 104/7
Burpo, Robert S.: "A Brief History of the First Electric Locomotives on the New
       York Central Railroad," 106/19
Burt, Jesse C.: "The Savor of Old-Time Southern Railroading," 84/36; "Diary
       of Horatio Allen," 89/97
Burt, William D: BR, 169/92
Burton, Anthony: BR, 189/115
Butler, Robert S.: BRs, 176/129; 183/122; 186/132; 187/129

Caballero, James B.: "Semaphore Blades by Night," 183/62
Campbell, Douglass: BRs, 175/153; 178/160; 182/108
Campbell, G.M.: "The Baltimore and Ohio Chicago Terminal Railroad Co. and lts
       Predecessor Companies," 73/54; "Manchester, Dorset & Granvide Railroad,"
       85/54; "The Lincoln Inaugural and Funeral Trains," 93/67
Carlson, Roy W., "Some Experimental and Historical Locomotives for the Chicago
       & Northwestern Railroad," 2/19
Carter, E.M.: "A Good Engine," 32/6
Cass, Edward H.: BRs 156/108; 164/115; 172/94; 184/129, 189/125
Caruthers, C.H.: "The Norris Locomotive Works," 10/28
Chadbourne, James F.: "Recollections," 4/14
Chalfant, Randolph W.: BRs, 172/93; 176/116; 180/155
Chandler, W.W.: "Origin and Growth of Fast Freight Lines," 141/98
Chaney, Charles B.: "The Famous Class P Passenger Engines on the Pennsylvania
       Railroad," 59/7; "Pennsylvania Railroad Class O Engines," 64/58; "The
       Class R Locomotives of the Pennsylvania Railroad," 68/57
Chaney, Michael P., "United Aircraft's TurboTrain: The Transfer of Aerospace
       Technology to Rail Transportation," 154/115
Charlton, E. Harper: "New Orleans & Carrollton Railroad," 103/77; "Let's
       Call Things by Their Proper Names," 107/9
Cheever, Bruce B.: "The Bellingham Bay and British Columbia Railroad," 84/7
Chinn, Armstrong; "Grand Central Station" (Chicago), 46i53
Churella, Albert J.: "Business Strategies and Diesel Development," Dsl/22; BR, 190/112
Clark, Edwin R.: "Early Locomotive Building in Lowell, Mass.," 7/25
Clarke, H.S.: "Continuous Rail," 49/95
Cleary, A.J.: "A MunicipaBy Operated Mountain Railroad," 129/94
Cliffe, Frederick C.: "The 'Coldwater' is Born," 119/67
Coffey, Brian F.: "Boston's South Terminal Station: An Electric Traction History," 170/34
Coggeshau, R.F.: "The Case of Coleman vs. the New Haven Railroad," 103/41
Cole, F.A.: "Locomotives of the Chicago and North Western Railway," CNW/5
Coleman, Brian: "Canadian National Employees Magazine," 129/35
Coll, John D.: 179/181
Collins, Steven G.: "Progress and Slavery on the South's Railroads," 181/6; BRs, 183/118;
       184/120; 185/119; 186/127; 187/134
Collom, Clyde C.: "Lot 646," 91/98
Condit, Carl W.: "Train Sheds in Stations of the Louisville and Nashville
       Railroad," 127/5; "Cincinnati Passenger Stations Before 1930," 132/5;
       "The Literature of the Railroad Buff: A Historian's View," 142/7; BRs,
       125/110; 126/138; 131/l27; 138/89; 142/113; 155/138; 159/84; 163/120
Cook, Richard J.: BR, 140/133
Cooper, Ralph: "The North-South Railroads of America," 113/32
Cordery, Simon: BRs, 174/96; 175/139; 179/157; 186/126
Corley, Raymond F.: "The Grand Trunk Railway: A Look at the Principal
       Components," 147/19; "The Grand Trunk Railway: Motive Power
       Acquisitions," 147/31 "Locomotives of the Grand Trunk Railway," 147/42;
       "That Davenport Demonstrator," 150/115
Cornwall, L. Peter: BR, 181/149
Cotner, Steven M.: "Official Railroad Nicknames," 141/27
Coughtry, W.J.: "The Story of Anthracite," 61/55; "Dairy of Horatio Allen,"
       89/97; "The Importation, Use and Disposition of the First Steam
       Locomotives in the Western Hemisphere," 107/86
Crane, Robert R.: BRs, 171/148; 172/105; 174/110; 181/144; 182/105; 184/130
Crimmins, J.H.: "Railroading Seventy Years Ago," 110/72
Crittenden, Henry T.: "Sandy River & Rangeley Lakes Railroad System,"
       37/15; "Wiscasset, Waterville, & Farmington Railway Co.," 43/43; "The
       Chicago Tunnel Co.," 59/21; " The Dismal Swamp Railroad Co.," 64/61;
       "The Norfolk and Virginia Beach Railroad," 73/69; "The Two Footers," 57/7
Crum, Josie M.: "The Otto Mears Passes," 73/7; "Rails Among Peaks -- Three
       Little Lines," 74/41; "Rails Among Peaks -- Denver and Rio Grande," 76/21
Cullen, Elizabeth O.: "Train Speeds and Safety in 1826," 17/41; "Federal
       Documents Relating to Railroads -- Some Highlights," 44/93
Cumming, Mary G.S.: "A Man and A Bridge," 31/17
Cupper, Dan: "The Elusive Mr. Hoagland," 189/81; "[Preservation Topics] Loss
       at Kinzua," 189/104; "The Curve", 190/12; "More About Moffat's Mallets,"
       190/110; BRs, 173/164; 177/144; 187/120; 188/135; 189/131; 190/120, 134
Curran, Arthur, "Yesterdays on the New York Central," 1/4; "Brief Notes on
       Famous Engines," 28/47, 29/20; "Yesterdays on the New York, Susquehanna
       & Western," 37/57; "High Liners," 38/56; "Chicago's Old Depots," 40/33;
       "Yesterdays on the Long island," 41/38
Curtis, Laurence A.: "The Previous History of El Paso and South-Western
       No. 1 and Something of Her Contemporaries on the Saint Paul," 15/60

Daniel, Pete: BR, 149/126
Davis, Grant M.: "Dallas and its First Railroad," 135/34
Davis, Llewellyn C.: BRs, 184/127; 185/126, 129; 190/136
Davis, Robert S. Jr.: "Records of the Western & Atlantic Railroad and Related
       Historical Resources in Georgia," 158/151 (Research Note)
Davis, Rodney O.: "Earnest Elmo Calkins and Phoebe Snow," 163/88
den Otter, A.A.: "Railway Technology, the Canadian Northwest, and the Continental
       Economy," 162/5
Denney, John D.: "The Ithaca-Auburn Short Line," 84/25
Denney, John D., Jr.: "[Print & Image] Menu Art," 185/105
Dewhurst, P.C.: "The Norris Locomotives," 79/6
Dilts, James D.: "[Print & Image:] The Train and the Camera." 183/97; "[Print and Image:]
       Designing the Future," 186/112-117
Divall, Colin: "Learning from America?" Dsl/124; BR, 181/157
Dodge, Richard V.: "The California Southern Railroad," 80/10
Doherty, Lawrence: "History of the Moira & Bombay Railroad," 46/28; "History
       of the Northern New York Railroad," 47/90; "The Wheeler Station," 49/91
       "The Rouses Point Bridge," 53/58; "The John C. Pratt," 56/98; "The
       Malone Shops," 59/49
Dole, Richard F.: "The Portland Company," 139/5; "The Flying Yankee,"
       148/68;BR, 144/104; "Downeast Pioneer: The Bangor & Piscataquis
       Canal & Rail-Road Company," 152/43
Dominguez, Luis V. and Ceballos, Manuel Diaz: "Cuba and Railroads, Part I: Main Lines
       and the Making of a Nation," 190/26
Donalson, W.P., Jr.: "Who Altered Britannia?" 151/102
Donovan, Francis D.: "Boston & Albany Locomotives in 1912," 177/109; BRs, 134/90;
       139/97
Donovan, Frank P.: "The Railroad in Current Literature," 59/12; "Henry
       Villard," 89/9; "Frank H. Spearman," 93/7; "The Railroad in Literature,"
       Lit/1; BRs, 74/66, 67
Doughty, Geoffrey H.: "[Preservation Topics] Buffalo Blues," 184/104
Douglas, George H.: "The Amiable New York & Greenwood Lake," 187/96-109
Dow, Andrew: "[Preservation Topics:] How to Make New Steam," 188/98; BRs, 160/158;
       162/141,143; 163/112, 117; 164/128; 165/144-146; 166/154; 168/105, 106;
       179/174, 175; 180/168; 187/139
Dow, George: BRs, 132/112; 155/144
Downing, Robert W.: BRs 163/128; 164/111
Driscoll, Louise: "Biography of a Centenarian" (John L. Driscoll), 52/7
Drumgoole, Will Allen: "The Bridge Builder," 31/16
Drury, George H.: "[Locomotive Notes] Steam Singletons," 182/88; "[Locomotive Notes]
       Minority Diesels," 183/108; BR, 185/115
Dubin, Arthur D.: "Farewell to the Twentieth Century Limited," 119/61; BRs,
       147/198; 149/139; 153/117; 184/122
Due, John F.: BR 156/99
Duffee, Larry: BR 189/133, 190/132, 133
Duke, Donald: "The Little Giant -- The Pittsburgh and Lake Erie Railroad,"
       112/7; BR, 128/90
Duncan, John: "Early Steam Railways in Great Britain," 12/15
Dunn, Michael J., "Dewey Brothers Locomotives," 112/55
Durham, Howard B.: BRs, 168/90; 169/98; 173/166; 180/151; 181/145
Durocher, Aurele A.: "The Lake Superior and Ishpeming Railroad," 98/7; "The
       Duluth, South Shore and Atlantic Railway Co.," 111/7

Easton, Larry E.: BR, 144/107
Edgar, J.H.: "Canadian Locomotive Practice in Early Days," 17/81; "The
       Canadian Northern Railway System," 28/55
Edmiston, C.C.: "The Beech Creek Railroad," 96/24; "Tyrone Division,"
       100/82
Edson, William D.: "The U.S.R.A. Locomotives," 93/73; "Lima Locomotive
       Works," 123/81; "The Russian Decapods," 124/64; "All Time Lehigh Valley
       Roster," 126/37; "All Time Erie Locomotive Roster," 123/22; "Wabash
       Roster," 133/36; "Predecessor Lines of the Milwaukee," 136/22; "Milwaukee Road
       Locomotives," 136/28; " Locomotive Rosters of Major Railroads," 139/78;
       "Illinois Central," 140jS; "Panhandle Locomotives," 141/34; "The Hinkley
       Locomotive Construction Record," 142/S3; "Locomotives of the Louisiana
       & Arkansas and Component Lines," 144j60; "The Illinois Terminal
       Corporate Structure and Steam Power," 145/107; "Locomotives of the
       Fitchburg," 146/65; "Locomotives of the Grand Trunk Railway," 147/42;
       "Locomotives of the Grand Trunk Pacific," 147jl84; "The Clinchfield
       Railroad: A Brief Operating History," 148/82; "Steam Locomotives of the
       Clinchfield," 148/87; "The Norris Construction Record," 150/57; "The 'O.K.
       Quincy Route'," 151/96; "Locomotives of the Quincy, Omaha, & Kansas City,"
       151/100; BRs, 123/109; 131/130; "The Maine Central Railroad: Predecessor
       Lines and Locomotives,", 152/48; "Locomotives of the Chicago, St. Paul,
       Minneapolis & Omaha," 154/40; "Locomotives of the Minneapolis & St. Louis,"
       154/62; "Locomotives of the Chicago Great Western," 154/86; "Steam
       Locomotives of the Western Maryland," 155/87; Locomotives of the Alton
       Route," 156/55; "Steam Locomotives of the Mobile & Ohio," 155/85; "The
       Interstate Commerce Commission Valuation Records on Railroads," 157/116
       (Research Note); BR, 157/124; "Locomotives of the Gulf, Mobile & Northern,"
       158/125; "Locomotives of the Elgin, Joliet & Eastern," 159/51; "The National
       Railways of Mexico,", 160/60; "Locomotives of the Spokane International,"
       161/94; "Locomotive Roster, New York Elevated," 162/60; BRs, 160/140;
       162/129
Egerton, C.O.: "A Rail Fan on Foot," 82/33
Ellis, Wayne P. and Harwood, Herbert H., Jr.: "Ambiguous Giant: H.W. Pontin and His
       Photo Service," 175/7
Emerson, Robert L.: "The Bell's Gap Railroad and its Successors: Seventy Years
       of Mountain Railroading, 1871-1941," 158/108
Erhardt, Gustave W.: "The Bath and Hammondsport Railroad," 62/68
Ettlinger, Adrian: BR 190/141
Ewan, N.R.: "The Marl Trains of the Camden and Amboy Railroad," 90/154

Fair, James R.:" Strategic Short Line," 186/68-87
Farrell, V.A.: "Short History of the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railway,"
       78/86
Fay, N.W.: "The 'Three Spot'," 15/45
Fellows, Reginald B.: "The Canterbury and Whitstable Railway," 23/23
Ferrell, Mallory Hope: BR, 185/120; 187/127
Fisher, Charles E., "America's Most Famous Trains," 1/17; "The Rival Builders,"
       2/27; "Some Famous Runs and Some Famous Engines," 3/21; "The
       Famous Color Trains of America," 4/24; "The Early Railroads of
       Kentucky," 5/7; "Locomotive Shops in the United States im 1855," 8/24;
       "Old Colony Railroad Motive Power," 8/52; "Brooks Locomotive Works," 12/28;
       "Locomotive Building at Taunton, Mass.," 15/15; "The Michigan Central
       Railroad," 19/4; "The Early English Engines That Came to America,"
       20/36; "The Philadelphia, Wilmington & Baltimore Railroad," 21/5; "Boston
       and Albany Locomotives 1832-1930," 22/9; "Locomotive Performance of
       Nearly One Hundred Years Ago," 23/9; "The Chicago, Burlington and Quincy
       Railroad Co.," 24/4; "The Hinkley Locomotive Works," 25/6; "Locomotive
       Building at Manchester, New Hampshire," 26/9; "The Locomotives
       of the Boston & Maine Railroad," 26/ 18; "Galena & Chicago Union Railroad
       Company," 27/5; "Locomotives of the Boston & Maine Railroad," 28/13, 29/8,
       31/7, 32/30, 34/52, 35/62, 37/41, 38/40; "Daniel L. Harris," 32/7;
       "Charles M. Sperry," 34/8; "Early Railroad items," 35/38; "George
       Westinghouse," 40/7; "Locomotives of the New Haven Railroad," 40/62, 43/60,
       44/64, 46/37, 47/79, 49/69, 52/73; "Mason's Bogies," 41/15; "The Lehigh
       Valley Railroad," 42/5; "Seth Boyden," 46/17; "The West Point Foundry,"
       52/36; "William Frederick Harden," 52/55; "Moncure Robinson,"
       53/19; "Locomotives of the Bangor & Aroostook Railroad," 53/39;
       "Locomotives of the Maine Central Railroad," 55/64, 56/87; "The Bangor &
       Piscataquis Railroad," 55/i3; "Locomotive Builders of the United States,"
       58/55; "Fall Brook Railway Locomotives," 58/69; "An Early Sleeping Car
       Pioneer," 59/28; "The U.S. Military Railroads," 59/54; "Parley Ide Perrin,"
       61/70; "Von Gerstner and Our First Locomotives," 62/44; "The Numbering on
       the 'Pennsy'," 65/83, 66/57; 'Yhe Western Railroad of Massachusetts,"
       69/8; "A Much Travelled Engine -- Pennsylvania Railroad No. 1053," 70/76;
       "Some Notes on Our Early Railroads," 81/58; "Locomotives of the
       Buffalo, Rochester, & Pittsburgh Railway," 84/46; "Northern Cross
       Railway," 84/58; "Through Car Service from New England," 87/47; "The
       Steam Locomotives of the Pennsylvania Railroad System," 89/139,
       90/133, 91/130; "The McConnell Locomotives," 90/162, 91/130; "John S.
       Powell," 91/153; "The Vandalia," 92/104; "The Wabash," 93/116; "The
       Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton Railroad," 96/80; "The 'Clover Leaf'," 97/73;
       "The Hocking Valley Railway," 98/79; "The Toledo and Ohio Central
       Railway," 99/57; "Steam Locomotives of the New Haven Railroad," 100/67;
       "Some Old Inventories and Jacking Up Locomotive Bells," 102/43; "New
       Haven's Wooden Coaches," 104/57; "The New Haven's Combines and
       Baggage Cars," 104/60; "The Parlor and Sleeping Cars of the New Haven,"
       105/64; "The United States Military Railroads," 108/49; "The Rome,
       Watertown and Ogdensburgh Railroad," 109/45; "The Twin Headlighters,"
       110/39; BR, 125/105

       Note: the unsigned book reviews in Bulletins 1-124 are believed to have all
              been written by Mr. Fisher.

Fisher, Clement: "A 'Days of Gold' Railroad," 43/30
Fitzgerald, Gerard J.: BRs 188/127, 189/118
Fowle, Frank F.: "The Original Rock Island Bridge Across the Mississippi
       River," 56/55
Freeman, H.A.: "Interesting Notes," 6/43; "The Genesis of the Western [Mass.]
       Railroad," 22/5
Freeman, Leslie E.: "The New Jersey Railroad and Transportation Co.," 88/100
French, William E.: BR, 162/132
Frey, Robert L.: "The Biography of a Heavy Pacific,'' 135/59; BRs 156/102; 158/159;
       164/112; 168/87; 175/143
Fry, J.G.: "The Santa Fe in the Southwestem United States," 105/69
Frye, Harry A.: "The Fitchburg Railroad: A Corporate Genealogy," 146/60
Fullerton, Dwight F.: "Recollections of the P.R.R. Station at Lima, Ohio,"
       91/156

Gaiser, F.: "Some Notes Concerning Old Locomotive History," 26/33
Galvin, E.D.: "The Canton Viaduct," 129/71; BRs, 135/114; 138/101;
       140/134; 156/95; 187/130
Gamst, Frederick C.: "Franz Anton Ritter von Gerstner, Student of America's Pioneering
       Railroads," 163/13; BRs, 149/128; 152/143; 154/158; 158/164; 161/100; 167/161;
       172/106; 174/109; 177/132; 178/140; 179/155; 188/125
Gamst, Frederick C. and Gamst, Marilou: "Virginia's First Railroad, on Falling Creek,
       about 1810," 168/5
Garasha, Robert W.: "The Mason & Oceana Railroad," 89/82
Garver, Thomas H.: "How Did He Do It?", 190/100
Gaskeu, G.H.: "The Origin of Locomotive Class Names," 87/83
George, Preston: "The Railroads of Oklahoma," 60/7
de Gerstner, Franz Anthony Chevalier; ed. by Frederick C. Gamst: "Letters from the
       United States of North America on Internal Improvement, Steam Navigation,
       Banking, &c.," 163/28
Gibbs C.W.: "The Turntable on the Main Track of Silverton Railroad in
       Colorado," 74/51
Gibbs, George: "Origins of the Steel Passenger Car," 138/71
Given, Charles, S.: "The Maine Central Railroad and its Leased Lines," 3/45;
       "The Portland Company," 9/6; "Early Locomotives of the Maine Central
       Railroad," 12/34; "The Grand Trunk Railway of Canada," 14/16; "First
       Locomotives in the State of Maine," 15/34
Glover, Vernon J.: "The Rio Grande and Southwestem Railroad," 124/22; BRs, 176/129;
       179/159, 189/121
Gnaedinger, L.B.: "New York Chapter Notes," 41/48; "New York's Oldest
       Ferry," 50/76; `'The Society [R&LHS] at the World's Fair," 50/91
Godfrey, William: "A Short Historical Sketch of the Cheraw and Darlington
       and Cheraw and Coalfield Railroads," 11/41
Gordon, Sarah: H. BRs, 166/141; 167/163; 168/81; 170/106; 172/87; 176/131;
       178/140; 181/138; 182/100; 183/121
Gottwaldt, Alfred B.: "The German Locomotives That Went West," 122/68
Graham, F. Stewart: "The Ten-Wheeler on the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western
       Railroad," 43/37; "The Lackawanna and Bloomsburg Railroad," 47/54;
       "Early Locomotives of the Lackawanna Railroad and Subsidiary Lines,"
       50/56; "D.L.&W.R.R. Locomotive Classification," 70/61; "Locomotives
       of the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad," 72/9; "The Bennington
       & Glastenbury Railroad," 80/86; "The Scranton, Dunmore & Moosic Lake
       Railroad," 84/55; "Diary of Horatio Allen," 89/97; "Locomotives of the
       Rutland Railroad and its Subsidiary Lines and of the Adirondack & St.
       Lawrence and St. Lawrence & Adirondack Railroads," 90/82; "The Early
       Moguls," 91/125; "Of Builders Plates and Construction Numbers," 92/94;
       "Moguls or Ten-wheelers," 95/66; "The Reading 'Columbias'," 99/26;
       "Locomotives of the Montpelier and Wells River and Barre and Chelsea
       Railroads," 100/64; "Baldwin Locomotives on the D.L.&W. Railroad
       Lines," 114/41; "Locomotives of the Sub-Lines of the Philadelphia and
       Reading Railway," 118i43; "Initials, Brickbats and Sobriquets," 118/88
Grant, H. Roger: "Missouri Southern: History of a Short Line," 123/44;
       "A.B. Stickney and James J. Hill: The Railroad Relationship," 146/9; "The
       Writing of Railroad History," 148/9; "Prairie Innovator: The Chicago Great
       Western Railway," 149/70; "Three Components of the Chicago &
       Northwestern: The Omaha Road, The Louie, and the Great Weedy,"
       154/17; "Railroad History as Seen by Railroaders," (Guest Editorial) 158/9;
       "Working for the Santa Fe: Memoirs of 'Brownie the Boomer', 1909-1911,"
       161/35; ed. "Detroit to Chicago in 1888", 165/99; "Experiencing the 'Best of
       Everything': Passenger Service on the Chicago & North Western Railway," 169/34;
       ed. "Home by Rail, California to Illinois in 1937: Reminiscences of Graydon Horath,"
       172/35; "Robert E. Woodruff: Railroad Statesman?" 177/79; "The North Western's
       Legacy," 180/127; "[A History of Wrecks] Wreck Chasers," 184/66; BRs 156/111;
       163/107; 164/121; 165/131; 167/162, 163; 168/100; 169/94, 95; 170/121; 176/134;
       177/125, 144, 147; 178/143; 181/149, 157; 182/99, 105; 183/123
Grant, H. Roger and William D. Edson: "The Akron, Canton & Youngstown Railroad:
       Historical Overview and Locomotive Roster," 172/51
Grant, Peter H.: BR 188/130
Graves, Carl F.: "The Colorado Midland," 36/5; "Early Air-Conditioning of
       Railway Passenger Cars," 53/54
Graves, Carl R. and Kathryn A.: "'A Bath, a Book, and an Entertainment': The Santa Fe
       Railway and Its Reading Rooms," 169/5
Gree, Norvin H.: "The Sterling Iron and Railway Co." 47/75; "The New York
       & Greenwood Lake Railway Co.," 52/59
Greene, Howard F.: "The Beech Creek Railroad," 96/24
Greenhill, Ralph: "Trevithick Again," 150/117; "Early Sleeping Cars in Canada," 168/73
       (Research Note); BRs, 150/123, 156/114
Grenard, Ross B.: BRs 161/107; 162/126
Griffith, John H.: "An Important and Historic Transportation Route," 38/60
Griggs, Walter S.: "The Church Hill Tunnel," 135/43
Gruber, John: "Symbol of Progress," Dsl/73; "[Print & Image] Mystery Photo Cars,"
       184/110; 185/124
Grubbs, Carolyn B.: "American Railroaders in Siberia, 1917-1920," 150/107

Haggerty, George A.: "Recollections," 16/39, 17/29, 13/82
Halpern, Ben M.: "Putting It Together," 183/53 (photos)
Hamby, Alonzo L.: "'Vultures at the Death of an Elephant': Harry S. Truman, the Great
       Train Robbery, and the Transportation Act of 1940," 165/6
Hammer, Kenneth M., "The Minneapolis, St. Paul & Saulte Ste. Marie," 146/23
Hanft, Robert M.: "N.C.N.G.-End of the Line," 134/66; "An Accounting Primer
       for Railroad Historians," 149/14; BRs, 146/117; 152/133,134; 155/137; 163/129;
       164/104; 165/155; 169/101
Hankey, John P.: "[Preservation Topics] Pullman Reborn," 185/98
Hanson, Robert H.: BRs, 163/127, 130; 165/154; 168/92,93; 170/112, 115;
       173/162, 169; 175/149; 177/139; 178/157; 179/162; 183/124; 184/134, 135
Harbus, A.B.: "Locomotives of the Denver and Rio Grande," 77/6
Harper, John Baskin: BR 190/140
Harris, Daniel L.: "Memoranda Concerning the Union Pacific Railroad," 32/15
Harrison, H. Lincoln: "The Railroads of Colombia, South America," 116/24
Hart, George M.: "The Comet and Catawissa," 46/32; "The Boston," 53/67;
       "Locomotives of the Reading," 67/7
Harte, Francis Bret: "What the Engines Said," 12/52
Harwood, Herbert H.: "Are Your Negatives Dying?" 124/36; "Corporate
       History of the Lehigh Valley Railroad," 126/5; "Nothing at the End of
       the Rainbow: The B&O in Western Pennsylvania," 129/56; "Photo Use:
       Responsibilities and Rights," 135/95; "Mt. Clare Station," 139/39; Guest Editorial:
       "History and the Railroad Photographer," 144/6; "History Where You Don't Expect It:
       Some Surprising Survivors," 166/103; "Discovery at Duffields: Oldest Surviving U.S.
       Passenger Station?" 170/69 (Research Note); "Are Railroad Museums Forgetting the
       Basics?," 176/103 (Preservation Topics); "Two Ancient Rail Beds Reappear in
       Baltimore," 179/135 (Preservation Topics); "On the Waterfront," 186/43-53; "The
       Bachelors and the Brass Hat", 187/60-73; BRs, 123/107, 111, 114, 115; 124/82, 88,
       93; 125/ 104, 107, 108; 126/127, 141; 127/104, 108; 128/81, 84, 86, 88; 130/109,
       113, 115, 117, 118, 120, 121, 122; 131/134, 135, 136, 137; 132/99, 100, 102, 103,
       104, 105, 108, 110, 111; 133/118, 122, 124; 134/81, 82, 83, 85, 88, 89; 135/109,
       113, 115, 116, 117; 136/136, 137, 138, 139; 137/99, 102, 103, 104, 107, 109, 110,
       111, 112; 138/91, 92, 95, 97, 98, 101; 139/93; 140/130, 131; 141/121; 142/98, 99,
       101, 119; 144/114; 146/109; 147/197; 148/110, 111; 156/105; 157/127, 130; 159/82;
       160/149; 162/135; 169/103; 172/98 ; 178/148,149; 180/165; 183/136; 184/123
Hatch, Josiah: BR, 144/94
Hauck, Cornelius W.: "Early Narrow Gauge Locomotives in the West," 149/51; "[Print &
       Image] A Magazine for Railfans," by Cornelius W. Hauck, 182/95 (Lionel Magazine,
       1930s); BRs, 134/79; 148/113, 114; 152/131, 156/109; 157/135; 170/115; 174/101
Havens, Marv: BRs 165/156; 168/92; 173/170; 176/124; 181/151
Hay, Warren H.: "The Beginnings of Telephone Dispatching," 130/55
Hendrick, W.C.: "A Tug-of-War on the Santa Maria Valley," 148/80
Henry, Robert S.: "Railroads and the Confederacy," 40/46
Henwood, James N.J.: "Country Carrier of the Poconos: The Delaware Valley Railroad,"
       174/26; BRs, 143/169; 144/102; 145/121; 146/114; 147/200; 148/117, 118, 119;
       149/130, 135, 136; 150/127, 128, 134, 135; 151/119, 120; 152/136,137,138;
       153/118, 120-122; 154/136, 153,154,155,156,157; 155/131-135; 156/115-125;
       157/138, 139, 140, 143, 144, 145; 158/163, 164, 175-181; 159/89, 102-108;
       160/151-153, 155; 161/116-120; 162/125; 163/123, 125, 126; 164/117; 165/149;
       167/176; 168/107; 169/91, 107; 171/130, 148; 173/176, 182-184; 174/111, 112;
       176/115, 136; 177/138; 178/163; 179/181; 182/100, 121; 183/138; 184/135;
       186/141, 143; 187/116, 189/138
Herring, Neill, BRs 157/132; 161/99; 162/128; 164/108, 118; 168/100; 170/109;
       175/154; 176/128; 177/144; 178/158; 180/160; 181/142; 182/117; 183/131;
       185/130; 188/127
Hewitt, V.A.: "Hoosier Heritage-The Monon," 70/22
Heydinger, Earl J.: 'The English influence on American Railroads," 91/7;
       "Railroads of the First and Second Anthracite Coal Fields of Pennsylvania,"
       105/38, 106/32, 107/28, 108/19, 109/16, 110/59; "The Soppression of 'Bad
       News' About the Early Railroads," 119/63; 'Two Live Abandoned Rail
       Lines," 134/34
Hickcox, David H.: "The Impact of the Great Northern Railway on Settlement
       Northern Montana, 1880-1920," 148/58; "In Praise of Buffs and Other Matters"
       (Guest Editorial), 153/13: BRs, 146/116; 147/195; 152/127; 154/143; 155/126;
       161/101; 163/124; 164/107; 168/96; 169/100; 173/167; 176/121, 122; 180/152;
       182/107; 185/125
Hicks, W.R.: "The Cumberland & Pennsylvania Railroad," 66/37;
       "Pennsylvania Railroad in Maryland," 85/9; "Emmitsburg Railroad," 98/63;
       "The Monocacy Valley Railroad," 98/70; "The Dry Forks Railroad," 109/30;
       "The West Virginia Central and Pittsburgh Railway," 113/6; "The Cumberland
       Extension -- Western Maryland Railroad," 122/26
Higgins, J. Wallace: "The Orient Road," 95/10
Hill, A.G.: "Old Times on the Beech Creek," 96/39
Hill, Howard G.: "Early Engineering on the Houston and Texas Central
       Railroad," 8/42; "A Rare Example of 'Piggy Back'," 116/56; "The Yankee
       Clipper," 119/72; "Hunting Deer with a Steam Locomotive," 123/52
Hillman, F.W.: "History of the Chicago and North Western Railway's Chicago
       Passenger Terminal Station and its Predecessors," 44/83
Hillyer, William H.: "The Night Express," 11/38
Hilton, George W.: "The Chicago, Cincinnati and Louisville Railroad," 114/6; "The Grand
       Narrow Gauge Trunk," 148/23; "On Perfect Accuracy" (Guest Editorial), 152/13;
       "'The Well-Known Narrow Gauge Railway Champion': Colonel Edward Hulbert of
       Georgia", 157/17; "A Monon Mystery:George F. Postlethwaite and H.H. Campbell,"
       170/95; "The Demise of the ICC," 185/8; BRs, 124/87; 125/103, 106; 129/103;
       135/112; 140/124, 125; 143/166; 145/118; 146/118; 147/199; 148/120; 152/141;
       153/105-109; 154/144, 159; 155/128, 156/107; 158/168,170; 163/119; 164/114;
       165/129; 166/159; 167/171; 172/86; 175/157; 180/145; 182/123; 183/128
Hindle, Brooke: BR, 146/107
Hiner, Matthew, BT, 186/138; 187/137
Hoback, Thomas G.: "Time Machine," 187/11; BR, 186/123; 187/140; 190/130
Hodge, Peter: "Narrow Gauge in Fiji," 103/21
Hoffer, George E.: "A Ride on the Lionel and Other Short Lines," 181/26
Hofsommer, Donovan L.: "A Chronology of Iowa Railroads," 132/70; "Working
       on the (Branch Line) Railroad," 137/80; "To 'Jettison Conventions and Taboos
       of Railroading': Cotton Belt's Blue Streak", 153/75; "The History of the Great
       Northern History," (Guest Editorial) 159/14; "To an Oasis Among the Cornfields,"
       163/74; "Prairie Fire: Technology and the Law on the Dakota Frontier," 172/43;
       "Ore Docks and Trains: The Great Northern Railway and the Mesabi Range," 174/5;
       "Getting to Know Her," Dsl/100; "What It Takes," 187/74-77; BRs, 126/131, 134,
       135; 128/85; 129/105; 130/105; 131/129; 135/118; 136/141; 138/100; 150/127,
       154/138; 164/104; 167/168; 169/97; 174/99; 185/117
Hogan, Neil W.: BRs, 158/98, 99; 160/157; 160/110, 111
Hokanson, Drake: "Requiem for a Runaway", 190/102
Holme, Weston: "'Commonwealth' B.& P.R.R.," 5/39
Holton, James L.: "Wootten and the Reading Shops," 141/61; BRs, 144/106; 176/127
Holzweiss, Robert: "Too Big to Fail?", 188/12; BR, 173/168
Hoschek, J.P.: BR, 162/142
Hokanson, Drake: "Requiem for a Runaway", 190/102
Howes, William F., Jr. BR 190/129
Hubbard, Freeman: BR, 123/113
Huddleston, Eugene L.: "'The Generals Up in Wall Street' Ray Stannard Baker
       and the Railroads," 145/69
Huffman, Wendell W.: "Railroads Shipped by Sea,", 180/7
Hugel, G. C.: "Historical Sketch of Dearborn Station," 46/95
Huenemann, Ralph W., BR 153/115
Hufstetler, Mark: BRs, 171/134; 173/165; 176/125; 184/132; 185/117
Humiston, John P.: "The Chicago Chapter of the R&LHS and Its First Railfan Excursion,"
       169/69; "A Wartime Triangle Rail Trip," 171/97; "The South Works Narrow-Gauge
       Railroad," 180/73
Hungerford, Edward: "Atlantic and Great Western," 71/35
Huston, Fred P.: "The Future of Steam Locomotives as Viewed from a
       Historical Background," 68/27

Jack, Ronald: "More on That Siberian Snapshot," 151/102
Jackle, John A.: "[Print & Image:] Trackside Reading," 188/108
Jacklin, Thomas M.: "Boomer Tales," 185/46; "Writers of the Rail: A Passion for Trains,
       Part 1," 188/42; "Writers of the Rail: A Passion for Trains, Part 2," 189/60
Jacobs, Warren, "The Story of the New England," 1/12; "The Fall River Line
       Boat Train," 2/4; "Boston's Old Depots," 4/3; "Some Anecdotes of the
       Old Colony," 5/28; "Dates of Some of the Principal Events in the History of
       100 Years of the Railroad in New England," 17/15; "Abraham Lincoln
       on the New Haven and the Boston and Albany," 33/7; "lOOth Anniversary of
       Opening of the First Steam Railroad in Massachusetts," 34/67; "Early Days on
       the New Haven Railroad in New York," 38/29; "Early Rules and
       Standard Code," 50/29; "The Old Hudson River Railroad Depot and Abraham
       Lincoln m New York," 55/37; "Some Railroad Landmarks of New York
       City," 65/76
Jenks, George M.: "Biennial index," 130/126, 134/112, 138/104, 142/123, 150/148;
       154/164; 158/235; 162/156; 166/165; 170/132; 174/119; "Ten-Year Index,
       1971-1981," 145/137; "On Railroad Serials and Icebergs," 146/7; "Railroad Serials:
       A World List of Current Journals, Magazines, and Annuals," 158/185; BRs, 129/110;
       145/122; 149/143
Jepsen, Thomas C.: "Women Telegraphers in the Railroad Depot," 173/142
Johnson, Arthur L.: "The Montreal Secondary: Origins and History," 178/121;
       BRs, 174/110; 175/140; 185/121; 187/131
Jones, John P.: "Big Man of the Big Four: M.E. Ingalls," 130/42
Joslyn, D.L.: "Railroads of the West," 5/16; "Locomotives Built at
       Sacramento Shops," 6/44; "The Jarrett and Palmer Special," 11/31; "The
       Beginnings of the S.P.," 17/47; "A Veteran Locomotive Still on the Job," 23/25;
       "How They Hauled a Hoisting Engine to the Summit of the Sierra Nevada
       Mountains in 1886," 32/67; "A Trip Over the Two Old Overland Trails from
       California into Nevada," 34/40; "A Pen Picture," 46/99; "The Romance of
       Railroads Entering Sacramento," 48/6; "The Life Story of the Locomotive
       C.P. Huntington as Told by itself," 61/10; "Andrew Jackson Stevens,"
       65/7; "The Old Class HA Locomotives of the Central Pacific," 91/122;
       "Locomotives of the Southern Pacific Co.," 94/7
Jukes, Fred: "The Bellingham Bay and British Columbia Railroad," 84/7;
       "101 Valve Motions," 88/7, 89/16, 90/8, 91/47; "French Locomotives for
       the Memphis, El Paso & Pacific Railroad," 92/90; "Some Early Brown
       Locomotives on the C.P.R.," 97/21; "Passenger Locomotive, British vs.
       American," 100/52; "Early Northern Pacific Consolidations," 102/35;
       "Forneys on the 'Alley' El," 105/33; "Pilots Here and There," 107/40;
       "Smoke Stacks, Ours and Others," 112/39

Kalmbach, Alfred C.: "Modelmakers Show Interest in Old Time Locos," 44/82
Karberg, Richard E: BRs, 168/85; 185/129; 186/134
Kaysen, James P.: "The Railroads of Wisconsin, 1827-1937," Wis/4
Keefe, Kevin P.: BR 188/116
Keirce, Bill: "Pullmans, Stations, Steam: The Railroad as an Aesthetic Object," 179/7
Kendall, John S.: "The Connecticut-and Passumpsic Rivers Railroad," 49/23;
       "The Hardwick and Woodbury Railroad," 68/50
Kennedy, Charles J.: "The Influence of Government Regulation on the
       Management Decisions of Forty-Five New England Railroads, 1830~1900," 105/6
Kennedy, George A.: "Running a Locomotive in 1856: The Log of H. S. Haines," 164/86;
       BRs, 170/113, 123; 171/126; 175/148; 177/142; 181/141, 155; 183/123; 184/128,
       190/139
Kessler, William Conrad: "Some Notes on the Origin of the Syracuse and
       Chenango Valley Railroad," 46/21; "The Unadilla Valley Railroad," 50/78;
       "The Private Library of John Bloomfield Jervis," 52/41; "Letters to John
       B. Jervis," 53/11; "Horatio Allen's Impressions of English Railroads,"
       61/35
Keyes, Norman C.: "The Great Northern Railway Company: Predecessors and
       Fully-Controlled Subsidiaries," 143/8; "The Great Northern Railway
       Company: All-Time Locomotive Roster, 1861-1970," 143/20
Kimball, James M., "Story of the Old Woburn Branch Railroad," 3/3;
       "Transportation," 4/34; "Account of a Trip Over the Charleston and Hamburg
       Railroad Soon After its Completion m October 1833," 20/32
King, Franklin .A.: "Logging Railroads in Northern Minnesota," 93/94
King, Leroy O., Jr.: BRs, 164/122; 165/151; 166/149; 167/173; 169/108,109; 173/182;
       174/102; 176/135; 178/160; 180/156; 182/124; 186/139
Kinsey, Darin: "The Fish Car Era in Nebraska," 177/43
Kipfer, Kenneth E.: "The Carrollton Railroad," 65/67
Kiracofe, J. Harold: "100 Years of Railroad Progress, 1851-1951," 87/59; "A
       History of the Elkhart & Western Railroad Co.," 90/115; "The Chicago
       and Wabash Valley Railroad," 102/53
Kirchner, John: A.: BRs, 144/120; 150/126; 152/132; 153/110; 160/142;
       162/131; 168/86
Kirkland, John F.: BR 162/130
Kistler, Stanley: BR, 129/108
Klein, Maury: "The Overland Route - First Impressions", 161/16; "Replacement
       Technology: The Diesel as a Case Study," 162/109; "The Continued Neglect of the
       Diesel Locomotive." Dsl/6; BRs 156/110; 176/114, 190/115
Kneiss, Gilbert H.: "The Iron Horse and the Days of Gold," 29/44; "The
       History of San Francisco's First Railroad," 35/52; "The Virginia and Truckee
       Railroad," 45/6; "Locomotives of the Union Works," 68/40; "Pineapples,
       Sugar and War," 96/7; "Phimeas Banning and the Los Angeles and San
       Pedro Railroad," 97/27
Kornweibel, Theodore, Jr.: "Railroads and Slavery," 189/34 discusson 190/151;
       BR, 186/124
Kozma, Leslie.S.: BRs, 166/151; 167/167; 170/119, 120; 175/141; 179/176, 178
Krakow, Jere L. BR, 164/109
Krambles, George: "Lebanon-Thorntown Traction Company: The Biography of an
       Anomaly in 'Interurbanland'," 174/51; BRs, 149/137; 164/123; 165/148; 171/135
Kranefeld, James E.: BRs, 163/130; 166/142; 182/102
Kurtz, Wilbur G.: "The Andrews Raid," 106/6
Kutta, Paul: BRs, 162/133; 167/170,171; 169/102; 172/91, 92; 173/171
Kyper, Frank: "The Life and Times of the East Broad Top Railroad and Coal
       Co.," 110/43; "The Diminutive High Iron of Massachusetts Bay -- Fore River
       Railroad and Union Freight Railroad," 120/7; "Boston's Anonymous Railroad
       Reaches the End of the Track," 123/58; "The Quincy Center Disaster,"
       123/62; BRs, 174/103, 176/118, 120; 179/169

Lamb, J. Parker: "Covered Wagons and Geeps," Dsl/110; "Why Steam Stalled," 188/72
Lane, James E.: "USRA Freight Cars," 128/5
Lane, Richard J.: "[First Person:] Liquidating the Rock," 181/103
Langsdale, Franklin J.: "The Story of a Mountain Railroad," 96/63
Larmour, W.G.: "The Chicago and Grand Trunk Railway," 31/24;
Larson, James L.: "Locomotives of the Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac," 177/87;
       "Locomotives of the Tennessee, Alabama & Georgia Railway," 180/137; "[Afterword:]
       The Enduring Diesel," Dsl/155; "'GNMZ'-Good Night, Madison," 182/72;
       "Wheeling & Lake Erie," 185/66
Larson, John L.: BR, 155/121
Latham, George H.: "Watching the Trains Go By," 53/69
Laudenslayer, William F. Jr.: BR 164/116; 165/135; 168/94; 171/132; 180/162;
       183/125, 189/127
Lavallée, Omer: "Locomotives of the Canadian Pacific Railway," 83/7; "The
       Grand Trunk Railway of Canada," 147/12; "The Grand Trunk Railway: A
       Look at the Principal Components," 147/19; "Dundee-Built Locomotives
       on Canada's First Railways," 149/19; "On Britannia and the Engines With
       Trevithick," 151/104
Lawler, Nan: "Closing the Gap: The Coast Line and its Bridges in Ventura and
       Santa Barbara Counties," 145/87
Lawrence, Loring M.: BR, 144/103
Lee, David: "Chinese Construction Workers on the Canadian Pacific," 148/42
Lee, James E.: BR, 125/109
Lehmann, Fritz: "William Montgomery's Nova Scotia Iron Works," 150/87; "'A
       Thorough Man of Business: Daniel C. Gunn, Pioneer Canadian Locomotive
       Builder," 156/31; "Richard Eaton, 1814-1878: Canadian Mechanical Engineer,"
       165/63; BRs, 154/153; 158/173; 160/146; 165/141
Lehmann, Fritz and Jan: BRs, 143/103, 105, 106; 144/121; 145/124, 125;
       147/202; 148/116; 150/138
Leilich, George M.: "The Western Maryland: A Corporate History" 155/65
LeMassena, Robert A.: "Ticket to Promontory," 146/47; "Who's in Last Place?" 149/114;
       "On Books, Reviews and Values," 151/13; "Design-It-Yourself Locomotive," 182/22;
       "Biggest of the Big," 184/96; BRs 153/111; 160/137; 161/103, 106; 164/113; 165/136;
       166/146; 167/170; 168/97; 170/110, 111; 171/142-144; 173/173; 176/126; 180/149;
       181/148, 151; 184/121
Leonard, Frank: BRs, 162/144; 164/106; 168/101
Lester, David C.: BRs, 169/104; 171/136; 172/95; 175/147; 178/154; 180/158; 181/153;
       184/133; 186/128, 189/134-136; 190/128
Levine, Stephen L., BRs, 171/141; 172/90
Lewis, Edward A.: BR, 130/116
Lindsay, G.W.: "The Memphis Branch of the Louisville & Nashville Railroad
       (1850-1871)," 81/55; "Southem Railway System -- Memphis Division," 90/70
Lloyd, Arthur L.: BRs 165/137; 167/168; 169/91; 170/116; 172/101; 173/161; 179/164;
       188/128
Long, Charles: "Pioneer and the Lincoln Funeral Train, 18688
Long, Stanley G.: BR, 172/84
Long, W. Earl: BR, 125/111
Loosbrock, Richard D.: BRs, 177/130; 180/143; 183/119; 185/128; 188/137, 190/138
Lovett, Robert W.: "The Harvard Branch Railroad, 1849-1855," 113/43
Loye, John: "In Eighteen-Fifty-Two," 17/11; "The Parent of the 'Birkenheads',"
       18/7; "Canadian Locomotives of the Fifties," 18/8; "Centenary of
       Rainhill, the 'Rocket' and the 'Stourbridge Lion'," 20/7; "A Dream of
       Poughkeepsie," 20/70; "The Little Locomotive with the Big Smokestack,"
       22/59; "Locomotives of The Grand Trunk Railway," 25/12, 28/28; "The
       Canadian Railway Centenary, 1832-1932," 28/7; "Centenary of First Railway
       Charter im Upper Canada," 28/41; "History of the Canadian Railroads,"
       28/42; "Golden Jubilee of the Canadian Pacific Railway," 28/51
Lozier, John W.: "The Taunton Car Company, 1869-1873: Anatomy of a
       Failure," 138/30; BR, 148/105
Lubar, Steven: "Promoting the Hudson River Railroad," 157/55; BR, 159/86
Lucas, Walter A.: "The First Iron Passenger Cars," 4/31; "Locomotive Builders
       of Paterson," 11/22; "The Rogers Locomotive 'Sandusky'," 44/42

MacBain, Donald R.: "The Canada Southern Railway," 70/32
Machovec, Frank M.: "Remembering the Smoke Rings from Santa,", 181/59
Maggi, Stefano and Gras, Rutger: "Sahara's Lost Railroads," 183/82
Marre, Louis A.: BRs, 142/116; 143/167; 156/101; 182/113; 186/130; 187/135
Marsh, Charles K.: BRs, 130/114; 135/110; 137/101
Marshall, Ian: "Steel Wheels on Paper: The Railroad in American Literature," 165/37
Martin, Albro: "Light at the End of a Very Long Tunnel: The Railroads and the Historians,"
       [Guest editorial] 155/15; BRs, 142/107; 144/96; 159/87; 163/108
Martin, James L.: BRs, 177/135; 179/158
Martin, Roy L.: "History of the Wisconsin Central," 54/1; "A Few Railroad
       Statistics or Who's the Biggest?" 64/69
Maudlin, G.E.: "South Carolina Canal and Railroad," 17/70
Maus, O.P.: "The Toronto, Hamilton & Buffalo Railroad," 56/64
McClellan, James W.: "Reflections on Deregulation." 185/16
McCray, Paul E.: "Defeating Division 699," 189/86
McGarvie, Mark: "A Comparative Case Study of Immigrant Contract Labor on the
       Milwaukee Road," 179/69
McGavin, T.A.: "Steam Locomotives of the New Zealand Government Railways," 81/7
McGonigal, Robert S.: BR 189/116
McLaughlin, D.W.: "Poughkeepsie Gateway," 119/6
McLeod, Richard: "History of the Wisconsin and Michigan Railway," 118/7;
       "History of the Cape Girardeau Northern Railway," 122/36
Meade, Edgar T.: "Roots of the Woodstock Railway," 120/48
Means, Orlin H.: "The Minneapolis & St. Louis Railroad Company," 31/33;
       "Locomotives of the Chicago, Burlington, & Quincy," Q1 and Q2
Medin, Charles B.: "The Illinois Central Suburban Service During Steam
       Operation," 66/28
Mehls, Steven H.: "Westward From Denver: The Obsession of David Moffat,"
       146/29; BRs, 144/110; 146/121
Meikle, Jeffrey L.:"Industrial Design Speeds Forward," Dsl/62
Menke, Arnold S.: "Gerald M. Best's 'Autobiography of a Railfan'," 158/15;
       BRs, 131/140; 132/107; 145/114; 155/136
Meints, Graydon M.: "Race to Chicago," 183/6
Mercer, Lloyd J.: "Dissolution of the Union Pacific-Southern Pacific Merger," 164/53
Meredith, Joseph C.: "A Wild Ride on Badnall's Famous Undulating Railway," 178/107
Merriam, George H. "The Maine Central's Waterville Shops Strike of 1922,"
       149/83; "'A Man of Large Experience': Edwin Noyes and Railroad
       Develpment in Maine," 156/11; BR 158/167
Merrill, John W., "Eddy Clocks," 2/13; "Single Driving Wheel Locomotives,"
       3/15; "The Mount Washington Railroad," 4/19; "A Trip to the World's
       Fair," 65/72
Meunier, Jacob: BR 189/113
Meyer, Allan D.: "Seward Peninsula Railroad," 46/51
Middlebrook, R.P.: "The San Diego and Arizona Eastern Railroad," 71/7; "The
       California Southern Railroad," 80/10; "Hook and Eye -- lmperial Valley's
       Holton Interurban," 112/50: "High Road to La Jolla," 123/68
Middleton, Kenneth R.: "The Great Northem Railway Company:
       Predecessors and Fully-Controlled Subsidiaries," 143/8; "The Great Northern
       Railway Company: All-Time Locomotive Roster, 1861-1970," 143/20
Middleton, William D.: "Electric Railway Freight," 151/17; "Diesel Railcar: A Look
       Ahead," Dsl/143; "Rails Across the Hudson," 186/12-42; BRs, 155/129; 161/105;
       164/126; 175/158; 181/158; 188/143; 190/143
Mierzejowski, Alfred C.: "High-Speed Motor Trains of the German National Railway,
       1920-1945," 175/57; "Ludwig Homberger: An Extraordinary Man," 179/117;
       "Hitler's Locomotives: Part 1," 186/54-64; "German Railroaders and the Holocaust,"
       186/65-67; "Hitler's Locomotives: Part 2; The Blitz," 187/78-93; BRs, 176/138;
       179/172; 184/138
Millay, Edna St. Vincent: "Travel," 31/23
Miller, Alden E.: "A Brief History of the North Western's Madison Division -- The
       Baraboo Air Line," 49/57; "The Fairchild & Northeastern Railway Co.,"
       52/66; "The Prairie Du Chein Pontoon Bridge," 58/46
Miller, Carol Poh: BRs, 144/111; 152/144; 154/137; 155/140; 157/131; 159/96;
       162/137; 166/150; 177/128; 181/140 ; 187/124; 190/138
Mills, Randall V.: "Bringing the Rails to Boise," 53/31; "A Note on the Los
       Angeles and San Pedro Railroad," SS/58; "A Noble Experiment: The
       Junction City-Horton Wooden Railroad," 59/43; "Carlton and Coast Railroad,"
       62/63
Miner, H. Craig: BRs, 145/117; 151/111
Molella, Arthur P.: "Mr. Fisher and Mr. Mumford, 161/5
Moller, Kurt: "Swedish Steam with Richmond Plates," 99/55
Moody, Linwood W.: "The Muddle of the Gauges," 47/59; "The Unitah Railway," 52/48
Moody, Minnie Hite: "Steam-Engine Whistle," 93/6
Moody, W.O., "The Illinois Central System," 3/30
Moore, T. Lane: "Railroad Valuation Records," (Research Note) 163/93
Mora, Jeffrey G.: "William Jennings Bryan and the 1896 Campaign," 199/?;
       BRs, 144/118; 154/150; 155/142; 163/118; 165/152; 166/157;
       172/102; 175/156; 178/139; 182/122; 186/140; 187/143, 189/140
Morgan, David P.: "Louisville & Nashville's Pacifics and Mountains," 87/36;
       "Charles E. Fisher-A Tribute," 125/ 47; "Modern Steam in the South,"
       129/5
Morgan, Ric: "The Inside Story of the Dome," 191/12-25
Morrison, Allen: BR, 163/116
Moshein, Peter and Rothfus, Robert R.: "Rogers Locomotives: A Brief History and
       Construction List, 167/12
Mottier, Charles H.: "History of Illinois Central Passenger Stations on the
       Chicago Lake Front," 43/69
Mouat, Jeremy: BRs, 160/147; 162/138; 165/139
Muir, Andrew F.: "Henry Witherly Benchley (1822-1867)," 92/107
Mulvihill, C.E.: BR, 168/103, 104
Muncie, John G.: BR, 159/81, 100; 162/140; 164/100; 165/132
Munson, C.E.: "Tucson, Cornelia and Gila Bend," 120/68
Mureen, E.W.: "Fulton County Narrow Gauge," 61A/5
Myrick, David F.: BRs, 144/109; 148/115; 156/104; 163/121; 164/105; 165/134;
       183/125, 189/130

Nedella, Carola: "A Ride on a Locomotive," 107/97
Nelson, Charles C.: "Wisconsin and Northern Railroad," 116/7
Nelson, David Hart: BRs, 157/141; 164/125; 166/155,157; 167/172
Nevins, Frank J.: "The LaSalle Street Station, Chicago, lllinois," 50/84
Newton, A.W.: "Early History of the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy
       Railroad in Illinois," 74/7; "The Chicago and Aurora Railroad," 76/6;
       "The Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Co. 1855-1856," 78/45; "The
       Central Military Tract Railroad," 80/47; 87/21; "Northern Cross Railroad,"
       81/23; "The Peoria and Oquawka Railroad," 82/25; "Chronology of
       Events Leading Up to Advent of Eastern Capital Into the Aurora Branch
       Railroad, its Change of Name to Chicago and Aurora Railroad, and
       Passing of Local Control to That of Eastern Financial Interests," 88/69;
       "Aurora Branch Railroad," 90/147; "Chicago, Burlington & Quincy
       Railroad -- Transition from Wood to Coal Burning Locomotives," 91/126;
       "Motive Power of the C.B.&Q.R.R. as of May 1, 1858," 92/83; "Chicago,
       Burlington & Quincy Railroad Chicago Terminal," 95/68; "Joseph Stubbs,"
       98/73; "'John Brown' Steel Rail," 98/74
Nichols, H.E.: "Some Notes on the Chicago & North Western Railway, " 31/47;
       "Early History of the Milwaukee," 35/77; "The Norfolk and Western
       Railway," 52/29
Niemann, Linda: "Railroad Women", 187/50-59
Norrell, Thomas: "Uriah Wells, Locomotive Builder of Petersburg," 124/40;
       "The Norris Construction Record," 150/57
Norris, Thomas D.: "Basic Conservation for Historic Documentary Material,"
       150/9
Norton, Hugh S.: "The Locomotive Industry in the United States, 1920-1960, A
       Study in Output and Structural Change," 113/66

Olds, Fred A.: "Early Days of Iron Horse in North Carolina," 12/25
Olds, Fred C.: "Michigan's Iron Cobweb," 129/18
Oliver, David: BRs, 172/90; 173/172; 176/113; 179/156; 180/147, 157; 182/110;
       184/115; 187/128
Olson, A.B.: "Chicago Union Station Co.," 49/101
Ormandy, Ray: BR, 168/90
Overton, Richard C.: "Running Special on the Burlington," 139/54; BRs, 67A/45;
       71/87, 90

Page, F.M.: BR, 150/139
Paley, Liz: BR, 148/107
Palmer, Richard F.: "Informal History of the Williamstown and Redfield
       Railroad," 114/53; "Young Lion of the West," 117/48; "The First Skaneateles
       Railroad," 120/71; "Locomotives Built at Auburn, N.Y.," 122/61; "The
       Sacketts Harbor & Ellisburg Railroad," 122/62; "The Central Valley Railroad,"
       128/68; "The 'Orange'," 131/19
Palmquist, Ron: BRs, 164/121; 173/171; 177/137; 181/147; 182/111; 183/134; 185/118;
       187/134
Park, Donald K.: "U.S. Steam Locomotive Builders," 132/47
Parker, George A.: "Susquchanna Bridge on the Philadelphia, Wilmington &
       Baltimore Railroad," 134/39
De Pater, A.D.: "Some Additional Remarks on Mr. P.C. Dewhurst's Article
       on the Norris Locomotives," 109/34
Pelouze, Richard W.: "Research Note: Santa Fe's 120-Ton Industrial Works
       Derricks," 160/51
Pence, Herbert: "Carillon Park Museum," 124/28
Pennoyer, Richard E.: "Notes on English Locomotives," 15/64; "The Great
       Western Railway," 38/7; "Messrs. Harrison, Winans & Eastwick, St.
       Petersburg, Russia," 47/46
Petch, G.A.: "Some Comments on a Letter of 1833 from the Baltimore &
       Ohio Railroad to the Stockton & Darlington Railway in England,"
       90/157
Peterson, Rodney H.: BR, 131/133
Petrillo, F. Charles: BRs, 166/160; 180/163
Pettengill, George W.: "The Story of the Florida Railroads, 1834-1903," 86/7;
       BRs, 170/118; 174/105; 176/140; 180/163; 182/104
Phillips, R. Ormsby Morrison: "Howard Stillman, Western Railroader," 74/39
Phillips, Ulrich B.: "Account of a Trip Over the Charleston and Hamburg
       Railroad Soon After its Completion in October, 1833," 20/32
Pinsdorf, Marion K.: "Engineering Dreams into Disaster: History of the Tay Bridge,"
       179/89
Planer, Edward T.: "The Monterey and Salinas Valley Railroad," 66/7
Plant, Jeremy: BR, 186/119
Plomer, James: "Some Notes on the Life of Sir Henry Thornton," 103/7;"The
       Golden Age of Railroad Books," 116/59; "A Long Line of Mountains,"
       122/7; "Some Snapshots from Siberia," 148/76; BRs, 126/140; 127/108;
       129/106, 112, 113; 132/105, 111, 113; 134/80; 135/115; 136/106;
       138/94; 139/96; 140/135; 141/122; 142/103, 118; 145/123; 148/106;
       150/136, 137, 138; 152/138-140
Podas, Ralph S.: "A Point in Time on the Milwaukee Road: The Custer Creek Olympian
       Tragedy, June 19, 1938," 166/34; "Railroading on the Pioneer Route of the Milwaukee
       Road: The Dan Paine Story," 178/77; "[A History of Wrecks] Blown Away," 184/46
Poor, M.C.: "Brief History of the Argentine Central Railway, Co.," 64/75;
       "History of the Denver, Boulder & Western Railroad," 65/43; "The
       Locomotives of the South Park Railroad," 74/23
Pope, Norris: BRs, 163/110; 164/101; 173/177; 177/134; 181/139; 184/117; 188/120;
       190/122
Post, Robert C.: "Electro-Magnetism as a Motive Power: Robert Davidson's
       Galvani of 1842," 130/5; "Dearborn's Railroad Memorial of 1819," 132/84;
       "Manuscript Sources for Railroad History," 137/38; "Steel Ropes into the
       Howling Wilderness: First Cable Cars in Los Angeles," 146/55; "Railroad History --
       What's the Object?," 167/5 (Guest Editorial); "Frank P. Donovan, Jr., and 'A Branch
       Line Odyssey," 170/72; "Renaissance Man: An Interview with George Krambles,"
       175/69; "Images of the Pacific Electric: Why Memories Matter," 179/31; :BRs,
       131/138, 140; 132/109, 114, 115; 139/99, 101; 140/136; 165/150; 169/111;
       171/129; 175/138; 177/127; 178/165; 180/142
Powers, R.J.: BRs, 170/124; 172/106; 174/115; 183/140, 189/137
Pretzer, William S.: BRs, 148/109; 151/109; 157/121; 166/136
Prince, Richard G.: BRs, 159/91, 92; 160/143, 145, 150; 161/102, 104, 108, 109;
       162/136; 163/132-134; 164/107, 110; 165/130, 133, 152. 153; 166/139, 140, 144,
       147, 148; 167/166, 175; 168/91, 98; 169/99. 105, 106; 171/ 138, 146; 172/88, 92;
       174/107,108; 175/146, 150; 176/132; 177/131; 178/147; 179/161, 165; 180/153;
       181/152; 182/112, 114, 116; 183/132, 143; 185/122

Quastler, I.E.: BRs, 133/117; 134/90, 91; 135/107

Ramsey, Robert A.: "The Kahuli Railroad," 102/27; "Sugar Plantation
       Railroads in Hawaii," 114/15; "Kahului Railroad -- The Final Chapter," 120/60
Randolph, Scott E.:.BRs, 183/130; 185/127; 188/119; 190/125
Rapp, William F.: BR, 132/114
Ratner, Sidney: BR, 145/113
Rau, William Herman, "Tuscan Empire," 184/78 (photos)
Reed, Brian: "Lomonossoff: A Diesel Traction Pioneer," 128/35;BR, 126/137
Reed, Robert C.: "Charles T. Harvey and the New York Elevated Railway," 130/23
Reevy, Tony: "[Writers of the Rail] Elegy for Archie," 187/109-115; "[Print & Image] O.
       Winston Link", 190/78
Reutter, Mark: "The Great (Motive) Power Struggle: The Pennsylvania Railroad v. General
       Motors, 1935-1949," 170/15; "The Life of Edward Budd, Part 1: Pulleys, McKeen
       Cars, and the origins of the Zephyr," 172/5; "The Life of Edward Budd, Part 2:
       Frustration and Acclaim," 173/58; "The Revolutionary," Dsl/16; "Building a Better
       Iron Horse," Dsl/38; "Putting It Together," 183/53 (photo commentary); "[A History
       of Wrecks] Learning from Wrecks," 184/70; "Ghosts," 185/33 (photo compilation);
       "[Special Report] Bravery at the WTC," 185/134; BR, 184/131
Rhodes, Benjamin D.: "The Anglo-American Railroad War at Archangel,
       1918-1919," 151/70; 158/173
Rice, Charles A.: "Recollections of the New York and Boston Express Line,"
       8/49
Rich, Stuart M.: "Railroad Shops and Car Building in Fond Du Lac," 135/5
Richardson, Robert W.: "[First Person] Mystery Trains of the Persian Gulf," 188/84
Riffle, Francis E.: "The Magnolia CutOff," 91/103
Ringel, Charles: "History, Development and Function of the Locomotive Brick
       Arch," 95/79
Roberts, Solomon W.: "Reminiscences of the First Railroad over the Allegheny
       Mountain," 44/6
Robinson, Winfield W.: "The Catskill Mountain Lines," 37/7; "The
       Tonawanda Valley Lines," 40/36; "New York and Pennsylvania Railroad,"
       41/6; "Delaware & Northern Railroad," 43/23; "Genesee and Wyoming
       Railroad," 44/45; "Hoosac Tunnel & Wilmington," 46/24; "Lehigh and
       Hudson River Railway," 47/67; "The Buffalo and Susquehanna and its
       Subsidiaries," 49/33; "Locomotives of the New Haven-Central New England
       Railway," 50/7; "Hocking Valley Railway," 53/21; "Fall Brook Railway," 55/46;
       "Pittsburgh, Shawmut and Northern Railroad," 61/76
Roesch, F.P.: "Extract from Committee Reports and Subjects for Discussion of
       the Travelling Engineer's Association (1928)," 20/68
Roider, Karl A,: "[A History of Wrecks] Eyewitness: Letters about the Gasconade Bridge
       Disaster," 184/62
Rosenberg, Leon J.: "Dallas and its First Railroad," 135/34
Rosenberg, Melvin: BR, 130/115
Roth, Matthew W.: BR, 174/94
Rothfus, Robert R.: "More About Loco= motives of the Buffalo, Rochester, and
       Pittsburgh Railway," 119/34

Sagle, Lawrence W.: "Ross Winans," 70/7; "The Tom Thumb," 73/46; "Baltimore
       and Ohio Stations in Baltimore," 106/24; "America's Oldest Railroad Shops
       -- Mt. Clare," 127/22
Sanford, R.H.: "A Pioneer Locomotive Builder," 8/7
Sargent, David W.: "The Railroad Mania in Amherst," 47/11
Saunders, Alexander: "Short History of the Panama Railroad," 78/8, 80/57
Schallek, W.B.: "Big Abandoned Railroads," 49/62
Schiechl, Scott K.: "Farewell to the Lark," 120/66
Schlachter, Karl E: BRs, 155/124; 168/95; 179/173
Schlichting, Kurt C.: "The Visible Hand: The Technological Revolution at Grand Central
       Terminal in New York," 176/39
Schmid, Robert C.: "The Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati & Indianapolis
       Railroad," 16/23
Schmidt, William H.: "The Singular Milwaukee -- A Profile," 136/5
Schnepf, Ted: BR, 134/87
Schramm, Jeffrey: "Foreigners," 184/8; BRs, 180/150, 156; 182/97; 183/135; 186/137;
       187/127
Schreier, Konrad F.: "Admiral Plunkett's Railway Battle Fleet,", 158/94
Schultz, Charles R.: "Erasmus Gest and the Cincinnati, Wilmington & Zanesville
       Railroad," 137/5
Schwantes, Carlos A., BRs 154/135; 181/155; 185/113; 188/129
Schwieterman, Joseph P.: "Abandoned Corridors," 185/20
Scull, Theodore W.:BRs 164/120; 172/99; 182/109
Seely, Bruce E.: "Railroads, Good Roads, and Motor Vehicles: Managing Technological
       Change" 155/35; "Back to the Future? High-Speed Rail and Historical Patterns of
       American Transportation Development," 170/5 (Guest Editorial)
Seestedt, Mrs. Emery M.: "Railroads in Art," 118/21
Shapcote, Henry: "Recollections of the Broad Gauge Line to Plymouth
       [England]," 16/50
Shaughnessy, Jim, BR 157/133
Shaw, Douglas V.: "Ralph Budd, the Great Northern Railway, and the Advent of the
       Motor Bus," 166/57
Shaw, Frederic: "Pacific Coast Chapter's Exhibit," 50/88
Shaw, Robert B.: "The Profitability of Early American Railroads," 132/56; "The Great
       Schuyler Stock Fraud," 141/5; "The Ogdensburgh Connection: A Failed Dream in
       Northern New York," 145/11; "Famous Persons Involved in Train Wrecks," 159/103;
       "[A History of Wrecks: Overview] Railroad Accidents and Passenger Safety," 184/22;
       "All-Time List of Notable Railroad Accidents," 184/37; BRs, 146/115; 149/133;
       152/130; 154/151; 162/139; 165/142; 166/152; 167/165; 168/102; 170/121; 172/104;
       183/129
Shaw, Robert B. and Edson, William D.: "A Brief History of the New York, Ontario &
       Western Railroad, with All-Time Locomotive Roster," 175/107
Shedd, Annie M.: "J. Frank Cook," 53/8
Simpson, Paul D.: "The Bellefonte Central Railroad," 117/7
Sloss, Peter P.: "Testing a New York Central Mohawk.", 176/49
Small, Charles S.: "The Railway of the New York and Brooklyn Bridge," 97/7
Smerk, George M.: BRs, 150/129; 160/156; 164/124; 167/174; 178/164; 185/132;
       190/144
Smith, Barney N.: "The Patton Motor Car," 129/86
Smith, Carrie Weaver: "Andrews' Raid," 62/21
Smith, Cecil O., Jr.: BRs, 163/115; 169/110
Smith, Charles E.: "Charles Peter Clark, 1836-1901," 110/7
Smith, Charles M.: "The Final Forty Years of Steam Locomotive Development on
       the New York Central," 122/43
Smith, George C.: "The Retired Engineer," 46/64
Smith, John W.: "Early Scottish Locomotives of 4-4-0 Design," 14/8; "Notes on
       Steam Trams in Scotland and Ireland," 17/7; "F.C. Winby's 'James Toleman',"
       17/12; "The London and North Western Railway Locomotive 'Queen
       Empress'," 18/40
Snow, W.G.: "The Start of the Hartford and New Haven Railroad," 61/66
Snyder, John W.: "The Southern Pacific Builds a Bridge - The Saga of the
       Martinez-Benicia Bridge," 161/66; BRs 169/95; 175/144; 178/146; 181/154;
       185/123
Spawn, William: "Robert Wright," 64/54
Spears, John R.: "John Bloomfield Jervis," 30/5
Specht, Ray and Ellen: "The Story of the Green Bay and Western Railroad,"
       115/6; "Milwaukee and Northern Railroad and Milwaukee, Lake Shore and
       Western Railroad," 121/1
Spriggs, W.M.: "Great Western Railway of Canada," 51/7
Stapleton, Darwin H.: "The Origin of American Railroad Technology,
       1825-1840," 139/65
Stearns, David L.: "The Prosser Steam Street Car, " 106/49
Stempien, Richard: BRs, 172/96; 176/133; 184/126
Stevens, John R."A Piece of the True Cross: The Derby Horse Railway's
       'Electric Line Motor' of 1888, 157/63
Stewart, Robert E.: "A History of the Suburban Service of the Rock Island
       Railroad in the Chicago Area," 77/34
Stilgoe, John R.: "Sounders and Silence: Some Isolated Train Order
       Stations in Fiction," 157/45; BR 156;112
Stindt, Fred A.: "The Last Days of Southern Pacific Steam," 149/100; "To
       Santa Cruz on Southern Pacific's Sun-Tan Special," 152/111
Stine, John N.: "Pieces of a Puzzle", 157/13
Stout, Alan: BR, 139/100
Stover, John F.: "Georgia Railroads During Reconstruction Years," 134/56; "The Illinois
       Central and the Growth of Illinois and Chicago in the 1850s," 159/39; BRs, 124/95;
       125/111; 128/79; 139/95; 150/133; 153/119; 155/123; 158/165; 172/102; 173/166;
       178/156; 179/163; 180/146; 181/146; 182/98; 186/137; 188/137
Strapac, Joseph A.: BRs, 145/115; 150/125; 152/128; 158/162
Stringham, Paul H.,: "Pioneer Switching and Terminal Railway: The Peoria
       & Pekin Union," 158/119
Strom, Claire: "The Great Northern Railway and Dry Land Farming in Montana,", 176/81
Stuart, Inglis: "Locomotives of the Long Island Railroad," 10/7; "George
       Althouse," 11/11; "The New York and New Haven, and the Western
       Massachusetts Railroads," 12/43; "Some Interesting Letters," 20/56; "Charles
       Christopher Rowell," 29/15; "The Dutchess & Columbia Railroad and its
       Associates," 34/19
Stueland, Sam: "Railroads and Excavation at the Panama Canal," 171/107
Stutzman, Byron W.: BRs 164/127; 166/156; 171/142; 172/103; 177/132; 183/115;
       186/135, 189/128; 190/130
Sulzer, Elmer G.: "The Mammoth Cave Railroad," 99/31; "A Kentucky
       Thoroughbred, a Workhorse, and Two Old Sires," 102/6; "The Artemus-Jellico
       Railroad," 108/7; "Locomotives for the Madison HiLl,'' 123/23
Swanberg, J.W.: "China -- The Last Citadel," 151/84; "[Preservation Topics] Vanishing
       Triangles," 182/85; "[First Person:] Streamlined Steam, 186/102-111; Conductoring
       Today on Metro-North," 187/40-43; "American Variety," 187/94-95; "Glimpses of
       Cuban Railroading: 1996," 190/50
Swartz, William: "The Wabash Railroad," 133/5; "Al}Time Wabash Locomotive
       Roster," 133/36

Taber, Thomas T.: "The Ashley Planes of the Central Railroad of New Jersey,"
       41/23
Taber, Thomas T., III: "Thomas T. Taber, Pioneer Railfan," 171/55; "Reminiscences of a
       Half-Century Ago on the Morristown & Erie Railroad," 175/93; BRs, 149/133;
       160/154; ["Discussion"] 162/124; 170/107
Taber, Thomas T., III and Reutter, Mark: "Century Gone," 183/30
Taylor, Wilma and Norman: "The Story of America's Chapel Cars," 178/7
Thomas, Charles: "The Development of Railroads in Washington [D.C.],"
       105/23; "The Lorton and Occoquan Railroad," 108/34;
       "The Little Railroad That Lives for Beer," 112/64
Thomas, Granville: "The Atlantic City High Speed Line," 20/45
Thompson, Kevin R.: "Official Railroad Nicknames," 141/27
Thompson, Norman: "Some British Locomotive Reminiscences," 9/24;
       "Famous Locomotives Still on Exhibition," 15/11; "The Belfast and County
       Down Railway," 16/61; "Arrival of the Countess of Dufferin at Winnepeg,"
       17/39; "Canadian Locomotive Practice in Early Days," 17/81; "Eastwick &
       Harrison's 'Mercury'," 20/54; "The Canadian Northern Railway System,"
       28/85
Towle, Charles L.: "History of the Camden and Atlantic Railroad and
       Associated Railroads," 73/16
Trap, Paul: "The Detroit & Pontiac Railroad,", 168/17
Trelease, Allen W.: "A Southern Railroad at War: The North Carolina Railroad and the
       Confederacy," 164/5
Trice, Herbert V.: "The Southern Central Railroad," 122/70
Truitt, Shirley M.: "The Railroads That Make Up the Present Northwestern
       Pacific Railroad," 29/26
Turner, Charles W.: "The Virginia Southwestern Railroad Equipment," 82/43;
       "The 'Great Short Line' in Reconstruction," 117/34;BR, 124/89
Turner, Ed.: "A Railfan's Story," 118/61

Vail, H. Lansing: BRs, 136/133; 164/117, 119
Vanderblue, Homer B. "Whistler's Report on the Gauge of the
       Petersburg-Moscow Railroad," 49/86
Van Der Sluys, William: "The Lightweight Passenger Car with Special Reference
       to Pullman," 145/47
Van Horne, John C.: "Tuscan Empire," 184/78 (photo commentary)
Van Vechten, Hawley B.: "History of the Schenectady Locomotive Works,"
       14/24
Van Wyck, Philip: "The Bellinghan Bay and British Columbia Railroad," 84/7
Vaughan, B.C.: "Early Recollections," 7/67
Veenendaal, Augustus J., Jr.: "The Oklahoma Central Railway: A 'Dutch' Railroad in the
       United States," 166/80; "A Mammoth Engine of 1878," 172/73; "Railways in the
       Netherlands, 1830-1914," 173/5; BRs 163/115; 165/138; 170/126; 171/147;
       173/179, 180; 176/137; 178/166, 167; 182/119; 186/133
Vigrass, J. William: BR, 126/133
Vogel, Robert M.: "Draughting the Steam Engine", 152/17; BR, 142/95
Voigt, Elsie, BRs, 171/145; 172/89; 175/152; 177/135,138; 179/153, 171; 182/115;
       183/135; 184/119, 137; 186/136; 188/140
Vrooman, David M.: "Doing the Right Thing: The B&O Presidency of Daniel Willard,"
       165/83

Wait, William G.: "The Hayward M. Severance Gift," 126/121
Waite, Thornton: "Dr. Borst's X-12: The Atomic Locomotive," 175/37
Wakefield, M.B.: "The Hudson River Bridge," 85/52; "Disaster at the 'Tin
       Bridge'," 95/85
Walker, Harold S.: "Knox Railroad, Formerly Georges Valley Railroad," 41/44;
       "Sawyer River Railroad," 46/30; "The Whitneyville and Machiasport
       Railroad," 98/76; "The Addison Railroad [Vermont1," 102/51; "The Bangor,
       Oldtown and Milford Railroad, 18361869," 106/40
Walker, Laurence B.: "The Billerica & Bedford Railroad of Massachusetts,"
       44/24
Walker, Samuel C.: "The Railroad Strike of 1877 in Altoona," 117/18
Walsh, Stephen G.: "The Ogdensburgh Connection: A Failed Dream in
       Northern New York," 145/11
Ward, James A.: "J. Edgar Thompson and the Georgia Railroad," 134/4;
       "Mississippi's Southern Railroad: A Study in Perils and Perseverence," 144/29;
       "On Time: Railroads and the Tempo of American Life," 151/87; "On the Mark:
       The History and Symbolism of Railroad Emblems," 153/17; "Early Railroad :
       Empire Builders, 1850-1873," 160/5; "Railroads in the American Context," 171/5;
       John Edgar Thomson and the Cult of Personality on the Pennsylvania Railroad,"
       177/69; BRs, 135/105; 147/193; 151/113, 114; 154/148; 157/122; 159/92;
       162/134; 166/137, 138; 168/83; 174/104
Warden, William E.: "Claudius Crozet: Napoleon's Captain Versus the Blue
       Ridge," 129/44
Warner, Paul T.: "The 4-4-0 Type Locomotive," 35/10; "The Development of
       the Anthracite-Burning Locomotive," 52/11; "Three Cylinder Locomotives,"
       58/18; "Atlantic Type Locomotives," 62/7; "History of the 4-6-0 Type
       Locomotive," 64/8; "Pacific Type Locomotives," 68/61; "Some Early
       Locomotive Patents," 87/9, 98/47; "The Strong Locomotives," 92/73; "
       Eight-Wheelers between New York and Philadelphia," 96/44; "Mogul Type
       Locomotives," 100/7
Weatherwax, David S.: "Locomotives of the Adirondack Railway," 74/36;
       "Hail and Farewell Erie 2509 ex-Alco 50,000, 1910-1950," 85/28; "The
       Adirondack Railway," 88/55
Weaver, Gary R.: BRs, 170/114; 172/85; 176/123; 178/153
Webber, Joseph F.: "The Goldfield Railroads," 100/23
Weinstein, Edward G.: "André Chapelon and French Locomotives in the Twentieth
       Century," 176/7
Weinstock, Charles B.: BR, 168/84
Westbay, James H.: "The Standardization of the Track of American Railways,"
       34/28
Westing, Frederick: "Elliott's Engines on the Reading," 97/56; " 'Fat Annie' --
       Pioneer Pennsy Pacific," 100/44; "Why the Pennsy Modifted the P5a Class
       Electrics," 130/61
Wilkerson, Bill: "Seniority and Enginemen", 187/44-49
White, John H., Jr.: "Grant's Silver Locomotive," 104/54; "The Centipede,"
       109/11; "American 'Single' Express Locomotives," 114/27;"01d Ironsides,
       Baldwin's First Locomotive," 118/85; "Chicago Locomotive Builders,"
       122/52; "Lima Locomotive Works," 123/81; "A History of the Railroad
       Handcar," 127/65; "Richmond Locomotive Builders," 130/68; "Railroad
       Car Builders of the United States," 138/5; "George P. Kimball: A Pacific
       Coast Car Builder," 138/74; "The Narrow Gauge Fallacy," 141/77;
       "Holmes Hinkley and the Boston Locomotive Works," 142/27; "Resurrection:
       The John Bull Steams Again at 150 Years of Age," 144/9; "The
       Greenback Raid," 146/41; "Once the Greatest of Builders: The Norris
       Locomotive Works," 150/17; "Who Was Ezra Miller?" 150/115; "Another Early
       Snow Plow," 151/104; "George Emerson and Railroad History," 151/l06;
       "Why Write History?," 152/7; "The Steam Engine in Prints and Photographs,"
       152/29; "America's Most Noteworthy Railroaders," 154/9 (Guest Editorial);
       "The Magic Box: Genesis of the Container," 158/72; "Spunky Little Devils:
       Locomotives of the New York Elevated," 162/20; "Thatcher Perkins, Master of
       Machinery," 169/54; "Look Mom - No Flanges! Blind Tires Were Once
       Commonplace," 172/63; "A Bunch of Dummies," 181/61; "The Railroad Pass: Perk or
       Plunder?" 182/58; "[Preservation Topics:] Ice Bound," 183/102; "[A History of
       Wrecks] Slowness Kills!," 184/58; "A Pullman Postscript," 186/101; "Everyday Life
       of the Train Captain," 187/14-39; "Oh, To Be a Locomotive Engineer, Part 1" 189/12;
       "Oh, To Be a Locomotive Engineer, Part 2" 190/56; BRs, 123/109; 126/139; 127/106,
       110, 111, 112;130/123; 131/136; 132/101, 103, 114; 133/122; 134/84; 136/142;
       139/92, 102;140/127, 135; 141/124; 143/170; 146/105; 153/114; 173/174; 185/131;
       187/126
White, Roger B.: BRs, 144/113, 115; 146/111, 112; 149/132, 140
White, William Gregg: "Our Geriatric Railroads," 163/5 (Guest Editorial)
Williams, Ernest W.: Looking Back-Fffty Years of American Railroading,"
       125/5; BRs, 126, 129; 128/87
Willoughby, V.R.: "A Century of Car Design and Examples of Present
       Construction," 46/7
Wilson, Charles G.: "Rollin into Kingfield," 38/39
Withington, Sidney: "Pioneer Experience in Electric Traction and the New
       Haven Railroad," 26/25; "Standardization of Time in Connecticut,"
       46/14; "New Haven and its Six Railroads," 56/10; "The Strange Case of Robert
       Schuyler," 98/32
Withuhn, William L.: "New Steam in the 1980s?" 145/6; "The Railroad History
       Awards," 147/7; "The 1983 Railroad History Awards," 149/7; "New Steam in
       the 1980s -- What Happened?, " 156/7 (Guest Editorial); "Risk and the Real Cost of
       Electrification," 181/80; BRs, 130/106, 118; 131/124; 132/100; 133/120, 123;
       135/111; 139/91, 98; 142/109; 144/99, 106, 145/120; 148/103; 149/125, 141;
       157/127; 158/157; 170/107, 108; 171/130; 173/185; 187/123. 189/129
Wood, Rollin: "The Carlton and Coast Railroad," 62/63
Wood, Sylvan H.: "The Railroads of Oklahoma," 60/7; "Locomotives of
       the Katy," 63/8; "Locomotives of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway
       System," 75/7
Woodruff, George M.: "A Brief History of the New York and New England
       Railroad," 22/53
Woodward, Charles G.: "A Common Carrier of the South Before and During
       the War," 44/48
Woodworth, Col. Don.: BRs 163/131; 164/102; 167/176; 171/145; 172/94; 174/106;
       177/129, 136; 179/166; 180/148; 181/146; 183/142; 186/138, 142, 189/122
Wrabel, S.A.: BR, 136/105
Wrinn, Jim: BR, 187/138; 188/124
Wurm, Ted: "'Crookedest Railroad in the World' - Who Says So?," 160/22;
       BRs, 157/136; 164/103; 171/140

Yeaton, H.P.: "The Capture of the 'General'," 3/34
Young, David M.: BR, 188/141
Young, E.G.: "Historical Notes on Locomotive Design, 1769-1840," 16/9,
       17/55, 18/21; "The Development of the American Railway Passenger Car,"
       32/44
Young, E.W.: "A Trip Over the Two Old Overland Trads from California into
       Nevada," 34/40
Young, T.C.: "Pioneer Locomotives on the Pacific Coast," 20/52
Yungmeyer, D.W.: "Bion Joseph Arnold," 58/8; "Selected Items from the Minute
       Book of the Galena and Chicago Union Railroad Co.," 65/27; "Fifty Year
       Index," 125/67

Zabriskie, George: "The Cylinder Cars," 97/68
Zega, Michael E.: "[Print & Image] Santa Fe Poster Genius," 189/98
Zimmermann, Karl: BR 190/118
Zlatkovich, Charles P.: BRs, 170/111; 173/174; 175/145; 180/154; 181/135, 189/121


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