Narrow Gauge Fever!

Item #trpdf028
Downloadable Product

Narrow Gauge Fever! - Narrow gauge railroads across North America, including all the features from our October 1969 all-narrow gauge issue. 17 articles, 104 pages
has been added to your cart.
An unexpected error has occurred and we are unable to process your request at this time.
From California to Maine, small railroads once covered the land. In this TRAINS Express PDF package, read stories about the great narrow gauge lines that laced the U.S. Here’s the line-up of stories from the Trains magazine archive:

- “East Broad Top” By William Moedinger Jr., Pages 4-16, August 1941
- “Narrow Gauge to Santa Fe” By Forest Crossen, Pages 4-13, September 1941
- “Florence & Cripple Creek” By L.C. McClure, Pages 4-5, December 1941
- “Down in Maine — Two-Footers” By Linwood W. Moody, Pages 28-29, February 1943
- “Main Line of the Narrow Gauge” By Harold M. Mayer, Pages 18-25, September 1944
- “Southern Pacific Narrow Gauge” By Lucius Beebe, Pages 14-21, March 1947
- “Tweetsie’s Last Trip” By Jack Alexander, Pages 24-26, January 1951
- “Gateway to the Yukon” By F. L. Jaques, Pages 36-43, January 1951
- “What’s Right in Colorado” By Cornelius Hauck, Page 59, March 1955
- “White Pass Meets Its Match” By Rosemary Entringer, Pages 36-37, February 1956
- “Into the Freezing Darkness” By Philip R. Hastings, Pages 48-56, April 1956
- “The Wide, Wide World of Narrow Gauge” By David P. Morgan, Cover, Pages 18-19, October 1969
- “God Made Snow for Farmers and Artists” By John Norwood, Pages 20-28, October 1969
- “Extra 498 and 493 West” By John Gruber, Pages 29-37, October 1969
- “When All Roads Led to Durango” By William Moedinger, Pages 38-47, October 1969
- “Out of a Misbegotten Idea, a Not Coincidental Charm” By David P. Morgan, Pages 48-49, October 1969
- “The Nation’s Newest Narrow Gauge” By William H. McKenzie, Pages 22-25, April 1971

(104 pages, 13.8 MB)
Classic Toy Trains Classic Trains Finescale Modeler Garden Railways Model Railroader Model Railroader Video Plus Scale Auto Trains Magazine Kalmbach Books