Product Details


Title:
Railroad History 186
Author:
Mark Reutter, Editor
Publisher:
Railway & Loco Hist Soc
ISBN or Item #
rlhs186
Date Listed:
2005-02-05 16:43:06
Retail Price:
$12.95
Our Price:
$9.00
Description:
Issue No. 186 (Spring 2002): concentrating on New Jersey-New York harbor railroading. HITLER'S LOCOMOTIVES (Part 1): Rails Across the Hudson By William D. Middleton Getting across the barrier, then and now Bill Middleton's article is a must-read for those interested in the Pennsylvania RR's 1901-10 tunnel project and the H&M Tubes as well as the CNJ, B&O, Erie, Lackawanna, PATH, NJ Transit operations and future plans. The 30-page article includes six color maps and many historic photos of bridge proposals and tunnel construction. On the Waterfront By Herbert H. Harwood, Jr. New York Harbor railroading in the 1950s and 1960s: This 12-page duo-tone spread of New York's marine railroading was recorded by Herbert Harwood in the 1950s and 1960s. Hitler’s Locomotives: Part 1 By Alfred C. Mierzejewski. The crisis that spawned the German Kriegslok. German Railroaders and the Holocaust By Alfred C. Mierzejewski What did the Reichsbahn know about Hitler’s final solution? Strategic Short Line By James R. Fair All about South Carolina’s Columbia, Newberry & Laurens Pioneer and the Lincoln Funeral Train By Charles Long: Puncturing an oft-told story A Pullman Postscript By John H. White, Jr. First Person: Streamlined Steam By J. W. Swanberg: In the cab of a WP Class Pacific in 1994 Print and Image: Designing the Future By James D. Dilts: The architecture of new passenger stations Departments Editor’s Seatbox Ground Zero and beyond Short Takes On PCCs, noise, rockets, and a sultry evening in New Jersey Discussion Memorial Worth Reading End Marker