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Railroad History 190
Mark Reutter, Editor
Railway & Loco Hist Soc
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2005-02-05 09:58:34
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160 pages, more than 120 color and B&W photos THE CURVE ACROSS 150 YEARS By Dan Cupper Horseshoe Curve exerts staying power as an engineering feat and train-watching paradise. CUBA AND RAILROADS–SPECIAL REPORT PART 1: MAIN LINES, 1837-2003 By Luis V. Dominguez and Manuel Diaz Ceballos From the dawn of the steam age to the present, railroads have exerted a huge impact on Cuba. LOCOMOTIVES OF UNITED RAILWAYS OF HAVANA, JUNE 1930 GLIMPSES OF CUBAN RAILROADING: 1996 Photo essay by J. W. Swanberg OH, TO BE A LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEER By John H. White, Jr. More about eagle-eyes famous, infamous, and forgotten: our Part 2 conclusion. PRINT & IMAGE: O. WINSTON LINK By Tony Reevy The photographer was a largely forgotten figure until his discovery by the art world. AFTERWORD: HOW DID HE DO IT? By Thomas H. Garver Link's best known photo was not the first published image of the scene. FIRST PERSON: REQUIEM FOR A RUNAWAY By Drake Hokanson In search of the remains of a Mallet that disappeared off Rollins Pass in 1924. MORE ABOUT MOFFAT'S MALLETS Including a roster. PLUS OUR REGULAR COLUMNS AND REVIEWS, INCLUDING: EDITOR'S SEATBOX BOOK DIVISION 27 railroad and transit books under review SHORT TAKES