Railroads versus Snow

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Railroads versus Snow – how railroads use monster machines to battle the worst weather. 7 articles, 30 pages
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Railroads have battled winter for years with monster machines designed to gobble up tons of snow and fling it hundreds of feet to keep the paths of commerce open. Read more about railroads fighting the worst weather possible in this TRAINS Express PDF package. Here’s the line-up of stories from the Trains magazine archive:

- “Diesels Bucking Snow in a Real Old-Fashioned New England Winter” By David P. Morgan, Pages 48-49, January 1964
- “Fighting Snow for Profit . . .” By Dick Dorn, Cover, pages 22-26, March 1976
- “. . . and for Fun” By William H. McKenzie, Pages 26-27, March 1976
- “The Case of the Fan Who Knows First when the Rotaries Roll” By David P. Morgan, Pages 32-33, December 1977
- “The Leslie Brothers and Their Giant Snowblower” By Paul Swanson, Pages 26-39, January 1987
- “Clearing Cumbres Pass . . . in 1906!” By E.J. Haley, Pages 28-29, December 1987
- “From Now On, a Telephoto Lens” By Ralph Beaumont, Pages 30-31, December 1988

(30 pages, 7.9 MB)
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