Classic Trains Spring 2011

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Spring 2011
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Great Photographers: Bill Middleton, Writer with a Camera
By Kevin P. Keefe
For more than a half-century, Bill Middleton has been an "author's author." Lucky for us, he also took photographs

Burlington's Night Crawler
By Stan Rhine
Glimpses back in time, and of some of the lesser-known scenic sights of Wyoming

Classics Today: Rail Mail Legacy
By Robert S. McGonigal
Notable Burlington Route RPO survivors

Missouri Pacific's Lemon Berkshires
By Hugo Lackman
Rough-riding and poor steamers, the five International-Great Northern 2-8-4's didn't live up to the A-1 ideal

Riding the Hawkeye
By J. David Ingles
A 1967 branchline freight adventure in the cradle of Illinois railroading

The Keokuk Line's 15 Minutes of Fame
By J. David Ingles
In the mid-1950s, it hosted Wabash's last active steam

Bird's-Eye View: Seaboard's Backshop at 'West Jax'
By Larry Goolsby
A late 1940s look at SAL's main repair facility

The Shaughnessy Files: Scientific Streamlining
By Jim Shaughnessy
There was functional logic behind the rakish appearance of Canadian National's class U-4-a Northerns

Seatrain: Railroad or Steamship Line?
By Robert E. Mohowski
By hauling freight cars thousands of miles aboard seagoing vessels, Seatrain Lines raised the ire of railroad companies and foreshadowed the container revolution

A Half Century of Difference at Dominguez Junction
By Richard Francaviglia
Will comparative Pacific Electric photos inspire younger fans to approach today's railroading in a similar fashion?
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