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BC RAIL

BC RAIL

£21.00

by Highball Productions 120 mins * colour * narrated * PAL

BC's auto tag says "beautiful British Columbia". BC Rail, formerly the British Columbia Railway and Pacific Great Eastern, is unique amongst railroads, both large and small. Its trains are led by a fleet of GE C40-8 CMs, a model only found in Canada. It runs through spectacular and varied scenery26000 revenue car loads on a system that can be divided into two sections, the North Vancouver to Prince George and north of Prince George where a number of lines feed the mainline. In this tape we concentrate on the Vancouver to Prince George mainline.

We travelled the 1800 miles to North Vancouver in August 1997 to fulfil a long time personal ambition. We got a quick look at a rebuilt RS18 switching the yard, a brief look at the Royal Hudson along Howe Sound, then concentrated on the freights. The big GE C40-8CM cowls are very much in evidence and look handsome. The scenery, especially north of Lillooet in the Fraser River Valley, is just magnificent and we got some great shots of trains clinging to the canyon walls, to river banks and lake shores. They looked really good snaking in and out from between the bluffs. We got into most of the famous locations, Britannia, Squamish, Cheakamus, Green River, Tisdall, Birken, Darcy, Seton Lake, Lilloet, Polley, Fountain, Gibbs, Glenfrazer, Pavillion, Moran, Kelly Lake and lots more. We were thrilled to find a pair of C420s switching at Prince George and took a quick trip to Tacheed for a look at the electrics. A very interesting railroad in magnificent scenery. You'll like it as much as we did.
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Best of Passenger Trains East

Best of Passenger Trains East

£19.00

by Green Frog 60 mins, colour, Stereo Hifi Sound, Narrated.

Thrilling passenger train action from early 50s into the 70s, from Illinois to east coast incl. NYC, Pennsy, Erie-Lackawanna, Monon, GM&O, B&O, IC, C&O, Milwaukee, Penn Central, GTW, etc. An evocative list of now sadly Fallen Flags!
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Top Frog Series - Best of Passenger Trains

Top Frog Series - Best of Passenger Trains

£20.00

by Green Frog 60 mins, colour, stereo sound, narrated.

Covering the post war era of the early diesel passenger trains before the airlines stole their passengers. See famous early diesel passenger trains of the Santa Fe, U.P. CB&Q & Rio Grande at famous locations Chicago, Denver, St. Louis, Dale, Cheyenne, Feather River Canyon.
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THE GLORY MACHINES

THE GLORY MACHINES

£20.00

by Herron Rail * 64 mins * 56 mins colour * hifi sound * narrated

This is the programme that must surely become an archive classic. Made largely from long abandoned and forgotten film that was rescued just as it was being thrown away. The Glory Machines tracks 31 railroads, some to a greater, some to a lesser degree and a few just as brief cameos. This is more professional than just an amateur's film shots, and is truly a unique and superb record of American railroading from the 1920s to the 1950s. Too much to detail fully, we list all railroads covered and give some idea of the contents.

NEW YORK CENTRAL: Streamlined and conventional Hudsons and 3rd rail electrics at Harmon. MAINE CENTRAL: 'Flying Yankie' streamliner, (Sister of PioneerZephyr). LEHIGH & NEW ENGLAND: A fleeting glimpse of a camelback and a look at an L1 mikado and its WWII troop train. PENNSYLVANIA: A fascinating look at K4 pacifics on passenger and 4-8-2 M1s and 2-10-0s on freights (incl. the unusual clearance car) pounding around Horseshoe Curve. NEW YORK - NEW HAVEN & HARTFORD: Old and new GE double ended electrics passing by on passenger trains. DELAWARE - LACKAWANNA & WESTERN: Fast moving Hudsons and 4-84s hauling varnish across the Delaware River Viaduct in spring and winter snow - delightful smoke affects. READING: Scenes of a variety of locos incl. the rare 2-8-8-0 helper engines. CENTRAL RAILROAD OF NEW JERSEY: T1 class 800 series heavy pacifics. ERIE: A snowy railroad Christmas card scene. CHESAPEAKE & OHIO: A&F15 pacifics and a heavy K3a mikado. LOUISVILLE & NAHVILLE: J4a mikado and K5 pacific. NORFOLK & WESTERN: Y class locos in the Blue Ridge mountains. VIRGINIAN: Treble headed side rod electrics. EAST BROAD TOP (ng): Doodlebug and mikado. EASTERN TENNESSEE & WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA (ng) (TWEETSIE): On engine and in caboose as a train winds through the countryside. SOUTHERN: PS2 pacific, TS1 mountain PS4 heavy pacific. PERE MARQUETTE: Brief shot of a freight. MILWAUKEE: A three coach local. CHICAGO & NORTH WESTERN: Baldwin 4-8-4. CHICAGO BURLINGTON & QUINCY: Pioneer Zephyr leaving Kansas city. MISSOURI PACIFIC: 10 wheeler on a passenger train. MISSOURI KANSAS & TEXAS (KATY): 2-8-0 and pacifics. ROCK ISLAND: Whale backed tender pacific on passenger and a heavy mikado on freight. SOUTHERN PACIFIC: 4-8-2, GS, and particularly Cab Forwards on freights. DENVER & SALT LAKE: 10 wheeler on a local passenger. DENVER RIO GRANDE & WESTERN: Massive 2-8-8-2s on freight. RIO GRANDE & SOUTHERN (ng): 10 wheelers in the roundhouse plus a Galloping Goose. ATCHISON TOPEKA & SANTA FE: A 4-8-4 with test equipment. 2-10-2s & 2-10-4s on passenger and freights, several doubleheaded. VIRGINIA & TRUCKEE (ng): 10 wheeler shunting. ST LOUIS & SAN FRANCISCO: 4-8-2s and 2-8-2s on passenger and freight. UNION PACIFIC: 2-8-0, 2-8-8-0, 4-12-2 Challengers and Big Boys on freight and passenger trains. Also, a rare shot of M10000 City of Salina passing at speed.
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Canada's FRASER CANYON

Canada's FRASER CANYON

£21.00

Travel with 7idea Productions to beautiful British Columbia, Canada where both Canadian Pacific and Canadian National traverse the rugged Fraser Canyon. Cutting a deep swath through the Cascade Range, this is an important link in the trans-Canada rail network connecting Vancouver with Montreal.

This program follows each line's course along opposite banks of the Fraser River between Hope and the confluence with the Thompson River at Lytton. These competing railways operate jointly in the canyon. Eastbounds use Canadian Pacific's Cascade and Thompson Subdivisions, while westbounds travel over Canadian National's Ashcroft and Yale Subs.

One of the many highlights of the canyon are the Cisco Bridges where both railways cross the river with the CN flying over the CP. Our summer and winter visits reveal the grand seasonal contrast of the canyon's appearance. Add to that a great variety of trains from hot shot intermodals, to coal, grain, potash, mixed merchandise, and the Rocky Mountaineer and you will know why railfans the world over love visiting Canada's Fraser Canyon! This program was shot between July 2016 and January 2017.

1 Hour 37 Minutes * WIDESCREEN DVD

By 7idea Productions Ref D508

DVD Regular Price £22 NEW RELEASE OFFER £21

INTRODUCTORY PRICES ONLY UNTIL 19th May 2017
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BOSTON & MAINE IN THE FOUR SEASONS

BOSTON & MAINE IN THE FOUR SEASONS

£19.00

by Herron Rail combined 92 mins * colour * narrated * PAL

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! DOUBLE FEATURE!!

Volume 1 - Summer & Fall

Views of commuter and mainline passenger and freight trains, plus supporting scenes of stations, yards and track repairs.

Here we have continuous action as Pacifics, Moguls, Atlantics, and first generation E7 diesels work passenger trains in main line and commuter service in the Boston suburban area. Train consists include "The Kennebec", "The Gull", "The Flying Yankee" and "The Mountaineer". Also 2-8-0 hauled local freight.

A fascinating story is told of track repairs conducted with a mix of 1950 era mechanised and hand tools.

All in the renowned beautiful summer and fall New England countryside, Massachusetts locations include Wakefield Jct, Reading, Greenwood, Wilmington, Ballardville, Melrose, Lowell Jct. Also Intervale & Somersworth, New Hampshire. 45 mins

Volume 2 - Winter & Spring (T21)

Spectacular views of fast paced action with steam and some diesel trains bucking snow drifts as workers shovel station platforms. Steam was never more dramatic!

As spring plumage arrives on the trees and the winter cold is shaken off, follow more passenger trains and a local freight mainly in the warm sun.

The "players" in this all action programme include Atlantics, Pacifics, Mountains, Moguls, Switchers and Consolidations, plus diesel switchers and E7s hauling named trains such as the "Gull", "Kennebec", Ambassador", "Mountaineer" plus the Rockingham Park Specials, commuter trains in profusion and the "High Car" local freight.

Added to all this drama is a North Station extravaganza of fascinating action as a wide variety of trains come and go. 52 mins

2 Great Videos - 1 Fantastic DVD
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Pocahontas Glory Volume 7

Pocahontas Glory Volume 7

£21.00

N&W Steam 1956-1958

o Cincinnati, Portsmouth in 1956-1958

o 2-6-6-4 A Class Breakdown!

o Rainy Day at Bonsack, VA in 1956 with Live Sound including A's, Y's Turbine Jawn Henry + J's & K2's!

o Pigeon Creek Shifter Chase with Y 6a 2136 in November, 1958!

All scenes with real N&W audio, much of it recorded when filmed!

Locomotive classes include:-

J Class 4-8-4's, K1 and K2 Class 4-8-2's,

A Class 2-6-6-4's, Y Class 2-8-8-2's,

Z Class 2-6-6-2's and S1a Class 0-8-0's.

by Herron Rail Video 78 minutes + Previews o Colour o Narration
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Canada's THOMPSON CANYON

Canada's THOMPSON CANYON

£22.00

The Thompson River cuts through the rugged country of south central British Columbia, Canada. Its wild and scenic course proved to be the best route for building a transcontinental railway and today is used by both the Canadian Pacific and Canadian National.

Continuing the journey that began in Canada's Fraser Canyon, we follow the Thompson River for 95 miles between Lytton and Kamloops. Both railways operate jointly over much of the territory with eastbounds using Canadian Pacific's Thompson Subdivision and westbounds using Canadian National's Ashcroft Sub.

Shot in both summer and winter, the stunning scenery and stark seasonal contrast is enhanced by the sight and sound of heavy main line trains. Massive coal, grain, and potash trains share the rails with long double stacks and mixed manifests. Canada's Rocky Mountaineer adds to the wide variety of trains. CN's new Tier 4 GE's are viewed working along side classic cowl bodied C-40-8M's! Illinois Central and BC Rail units create an interesting assortment of motive power along with Canadian Pacific's fleet of modern GE's. This is your front row seat to Canada's Thompson Canyon!

This program was shot between July 2016 and January 2017.

1 Hour 48 Minutes * WIDESCREEN DVD By 7idea Productions
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Canada's FRASER CANYON

Canada's FRASER CANYON

£22.00

Travel with 7idea Productions to beautiful British Columbia, Canada where both Canadian Pacific and Canadian National traverse the rugged Fraser Canyon. Cutting a deep swath through the Cascade Range, this is an important link in the trans-Canada rail network connecting Vancouver with Montreal.

This program follows each line's course along opposite banks of the Fraser River between Hope and the confluence with the Thompson River at Lytton. These competing railways operate jointly in the canyon. Eastbounds use Canadian Pacific's Cascade and Thompson Subdivisions, while westbounds travel over Canadian National's Ashcroft and Yale Subs.

One of the many highlights of the canyon are the Cisco Bridges where both railways cross the river with the CN flying over the CP. Our summer and winter visits reveal the grand seasonal contrast of the canyon's appearance. Add to that a great variety of trains from hot shot intermodals, to coal, grain, potash, mixed merchandise, and the Rocky Mountaineer and you will know why railfans the world over love visiting Canada's Fraser Canyon! This program was shot between July 2016 and January 2017.

1 Hour 37 Minutes * WIDESCREEN DVD

By 7idea Productions
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Canada's THOMPSON CANYON

Canada's THOMPSON CANYON

£21.00

The Thompson River cuts through the rugged country of south central British Columbia, Canada. Its wild and scenic course proved to be the best route for building a transcontinental railway and today is used by both the Canadian Pacific and Canadian National.

Continuing the journey that began in Canada's Fraser Canyon, we follow the Thompson River for 95 miles between Lytton and Kamloops. Both railways operate jointly over much of the territory with eastbounds using Canadian Pacific's Thompson Subdivision and westbounds using Canadian National's Ashcroft Sub.

Shot in both summer and winter, the stunning scenery and stark seasonal contrast is enhanced by the sight and sound of heavy main line trains. Massive coal, grain, and potash trains share the rails with long double stacks and mixed manifests. Canada's Rocky Mountaineer adds to the wide variety of trains. CN's new Tier 4 GE's are viewed working along side classic cowl bodied C-40-8M's! Illinois Central and BC Rail units create an interesting assortment of motive power along with Canadian Pacific's fleet of modern GE's. This is your front row seat to Canada's Thompson Canyon!

This program was shot between July 2016 and January 2017.

1 Hour 48 Minutes * WIDESCREEN DVD By 7idea Productions
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Northeast

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X Car Color Guide Volume 5: TLCX-ZTTX

X Car Color Guide Volume 5: TLCX-ZTTX

Ref: 1603


Price: £50.00

James A. Kinkaid

The final excerpt in this color pictorial of privately-owned cars. Color galore!


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Chesapeake & Ohio Through Passenger Service In Color

Chesapeake & Ohio Through Passenger Service In Color

Ref: 1602


Price: £50.00

Geoffrey H. Doughty

After World War II concluded, the Chesapeake & Ohio's charismatic chairman, Robert R. Young, embarked on an ambitious plan to overhaul its passenger service and invested heavily in new and sometimes exotic equipment. His plans didn't pan out as he envisioned and he departed in 1954, but C&O remained determined to offer service that would be considered the best. Follow the postwar development of this service and its decline through the color images as detailed by passenger train authority Geoffrey Doughty.
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Pittsburgh Trolleys In Color Volume 1

Pittsburgh Trolleys In Color Volume 1

Ref: 1470


Price: £50.00

Ed Ridolph

The Steel City was an operating museum of trolley cars when our photographers captured its essence in the 1960s. Join us in the days when the town was still bustling and much different than today.

Trackside around Pittsburgh 1985-2005 with David Baer

Trackside around Pittsburgh 1985-2005 with David Baer

Ref: 1468


Price: £50.00

The "Steel City" has changed quite a bit since the days of PRR, B&O, P&LE and dozens of steel mills puffing out smoke and product. Join Dave Baer for a tour of Pittsburgh and the surrounding area to see how railroading has changed.

Hudson & Manhattan Railroad In Color

Hudson & Manhattan Railroad In Color

Ref: 1453


Price: £50.00

Robert J. Yanosey

This publication marks the 50th Anniversary of the H&M’s demise. This new book examines the final decade of the H&M and the first decade and a half under PATH, the agency set up to run the Hudson Tubes.

SEPTEMBER 1, 2012 NEW RELEASE


Long Island Rail Road In Color Volume 3: Equipment Color Guide and Facilities

Long Island Rail Road In Color Volume 3: Equipment Color Guide and Facilities

Ref: 1432


Price: £50.00

Divided into two parts, this book first looks at the varied rolling stock used by the LIRR in freight, passenger and maintenance of way service. Its stations, towers, yards and other facilities are later toured in this 128-page all color book, mostly during the 1950-1980 era.


New York Shortlines In Color Volume 1

New York Shortlines In Color Volume 1

Ref: 1399


Price: £50.00

Gary R. Carlson From Albany Port District RR to Lake Champlain & Moriah RR, the traditional small railroads (short lines) of New York State extant in the years 1950 to 1980 are explored in this popular series.


Trackside Binghamton 1960-1976

Trackside Binghamton 1960-1976

Ref: 1410


Price: £50.00

Richard J. Allen, Sr.

The wonderful confluence of railroading in Binghamton – EL, LV and D&H – is examined before the coming of Conrail.

Trackside around Harrisburg with Thomas F. Seaman

Trackside around Harrisburg with Thomas F. Seaman

Ref: 1424


Price: £50.00

Thomas F. Seaman

Operations and trains of the PRR, PC, CR, RDG and D&H are examined in this look at the Harrisburg crossroads.

Buffalo Creek & Gauley Railroad In Color

Buffalo Creek & Gauley Railroad In Color

Ref: 1423


Price: £50.00

Bob Withers and R. Brooks Stover

Before it became famous for steam excursions, this road was a workaday coal and lumber hauler. Its history and latter day operations are covered in detail.

Long Island Rail Road In Color Volume 2: 1966 - 1990

Long Island Rail Road In Color Volume 2: 1966 - 1990

Ref: 1402


Price: £50.00

Arthur J. Erdman

New owners and management bring major changes to the world’s largest commuter railroad while equipment from the 1950’s and 60’s continues to serve.

Trackside around the Delaware Valley 1960-1983 with John Stroup and William Tilden

Trackside around the Delaware Valley 1960-1983 with John Stroup and William Tilden

Ref: 1401


Price: £50.00

John P. Stroup

PRR, Reading and PRSL are explored through the viewfinders of two talented photographers during the troubled years leading up to Conrail.

Baltimore & Ohio Facilities In Color Volume 3: Western Region

Baltimore & Ohio Facilities In Color Volume 3: Western Region

Ref: 1381


Price: £50.00

by Bob Withers

The final volume in a three-part trilogy that finishes the B&O system on its Western Region.

Chesapeake & Ohio Facilities In Color Volume 2: Corridors

Chesapeake & Ohio Facilities In Color Volume 2: Corridors

Ref: 1378


Price: £50.00

by Eugene L. Huddleston

Six "Corridors" were chosen by author Gene Huddleston to explore the facilities of the C&O: Queen City, Blue Grass, Valleys, Allegheny, Piedmont and Peninsula. A special review of the rare Richmond passenger car shops is also included!

Buffalo Rochester and Pittsburgh Railway In Color Volume 3: Pennsylvania-Pittsburgh Division

Buffalo Rochester and Pittsburgh Railway In Color Volume 3: Pennsylvania-Pittsburgh Division

Ref: 1377


Price: £50.00

by Mike Zollitsch

The third volume in this trilogy describing operations from steam days to its most current inception.

Long Island Rail Road In Color Volume 1: 1949-1966

Long Island Rail Road In Color Volume 1: 1949-1966

Ref: 1374


Price: £50.00

by Arthur J. Erdman

This chronological look back at LIRR operations begins with steam displacement by FM C-liners and RS3's and ends with the introduction of new Alco Century 420's.

Penn Central In Color Volume 3: From the Potomac to the Alleghenies

Penn Central In Color Volume 3: From the Potomac to the Alleghenies

Ref: 1370


Price: £50.00

By Jeremy F. Plant

Washington, DC to the Alleghenies via Philadelphia! See the wide variety of PC operations and motive power in full color.

Baltimore & Ohio Facilities In Color Vol. 2: Central Region

Baltimore & Ohio Facilities In Color Vol. 2: Central Region

Ref: 1357


Price: £50.00

Bob Withers

The shops, stations, towers and other facilities of the B&O Pittsburgh, Buffalo, Akron, Chicago and Chicago Terminal Region are examined in full color.

Western Maryland In Color Vol. 2: Late Steam and Early Diesel Jeremy F. Plant

Western Maryland In Color Vol. 2: Late Steam and Early Diesel Jeremy F. Plant

Ref: 1331


Price: £50.00

The best compilation of Western Maryland steam and early diesel to ever be assembled - and in full color! These rare images are spread through 128 pages and detailed by author Jerry Plant in glorious detail.


Baltimore & Ohio Facilities In Color Volume 1: Eastern Region Bob Withers

Baltimore & Ohio Facilities In Color Volume 1: Eastern Region Bob Withers

Ref: 1329


Price: £50.00

Stations, towers, shops, roundhouses, and dozens of other structures (many with trains) are examined by B&O authority Bob Withers. This is the first in a three volume examination of the elegant ol' B&O.


Penn Central In Color Volume 1: Operations in Western New England and Upstate New York State

Penn Central In Color Volume 1: Operations in Western New England and Upstate New York State

Ref: 1324


Price: £50.00

by Jeremy F. Plant

The much maligned Penn Central operated an amazing variety of diesel locomotives mostly inherited from its three predecessors - New York Central, Pennsylvania and New Haven. See them in operation on freights, commuter trains and through passenger service in this 128-page book.

Trackside in the Mid-Atlantic States 1946-1959 with V. Purn and J. Knauff

Trackside in the Mid-Atlantic States 1946-1959 with V. Purn and J. Knauff

Ref: 1297


Price: £50.00

by Kevin Holland and Robert J. Yanosey

The late 1940's-1950's tour of the United States continues as they visit the Lackawanna, B&O, Reading, CNJ, EBT, VGN, C&O, PRR, N&W when steam ruled and early diesels were just arriving from the builders.

Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburgh Railway In Color Vol.2: Pennsylvania-Middle Division

Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburgh Railway In Color Vol.2: Pennsylvania-Middle Division

Ref: 1291


Price: £50.00

by Mike Zollitsch

A milepost-by-milepost tour of the former BR&P line in Pennsylvania from B&O days to today. Author Zollitsch leaves no stone unturned as he relates the operation and local flavor of this rural trackage.

Trackside in the Northeast 1946-1959 with Vincent A. Purn and John A. Knauff

Trackside in the Northeast 1946-1959 with Vincent A. Purn and John A. Knauff

Ref: 1288


Price: £50.00

by Kevin J. Holland and Robert J. Yanosey

A unique look at the efforts of two photographers attempting to capture North American railroading and life right after WWII. Active RRE members, their travels ranged from mainstream roads like CP, DL&W and NYC to tiny St. J&LC, FJ&G and Edaville

Trackside around the Big Apple 1964-1973 with Al Roberts

Trackside around the Big Apple 1964-1973 with Al Roberts

Ref: 1280


Price: £50.00

by Allan H. Roberts

Noted photographer Al Roberts takes the reader on a borough-by-borough tour of New York City when it was still served by the New Haven, New York Central, Long Island, and Pennsylvania railroads. Other roads with small NY outposts are covered too!

Baltimore - Washington Trolleys In Color

Baltimore - Washington Trolleys In Color

Ref: 1271


Price: £50.00

by LeRoy O. King, Jr.

The long-gone operations of Capital Transit, DC Transit, Baltimore Transit, Baltimore and Annapolis RR and Hagerstown and Frederick RR are expertly detailed by author Roy King in this new book.

Trackside around New Jersey 1968-1983 with Robert J. Yanosey

Trackside around New Jersey 1968-1983 with Robert J. Yanosey

Ref: 1243


Price: £50.00

by Robert J. Yanosey

Join the founder of Morning Sun Books as he relates his 15-year railroading career moving from EL towerman to Penn Central trainmaster and into the management ranks of government rail agencies. Photo coverage includes EL, CNJ, PC, Conrail and others.

Pennsylvania Trolleys In Color Volume 1: The Anthracite and Penna. Dutch Regions

Pennsylvania Trolleys In Color Volume 1: The Anthracite and Penna. Dutch Regions

Ref: 1072


Price: £50.00

by William D. Volkmer

Once Pennsylvania was honey-combed with trolley lines and the streetcar was a common sight. Go back in time and visit the cities of Scranton, Wilkes-Barre, Allentown, Reading, Altoona, Hershey and Lancaster when these towns where served by their own trolley companies. First in a series of four that cover the state.

Pennsylvania Trolleys In Color Volume 2: The Philadelphia Region

Pennsylvania Trolleys In Color Volume 2: The Philadelphia Region

Ref: 1073


Price: £50.00

by William D. Volkmer

Our traction journey across the Keystone State continues with a color look back at PTC, Red Arrow, P&W and Fairmount Park.

Pennsylvania Trolleys In Color Volume 3: The Pittsburgh Region

Pennsylvania Trolleys In Color Volume 3: The Pittsburgh Region

Ref: 1137


Price: £50.00

by William D. Volkmer

Our four book series on the traction systems of the Keystone State concludes with full color coverage of West Penn Railways Company, Johnstown Traction Company and Pittsburgh Railways.

Pennsylvania Trolleys In Color Volume 4: The 1940s

Pennsylvania Trolleys In Color Volume 4: The 1940s

Ref: 1211


Price: £50.00

by LeRoy O. King

During the decade of World War II, some pioneering color photographers were out shooting film on the last of Pennsylvania's traction: Phila Transp, Mkt St Elevated, Fairmont Park, Red Arrow, P&W, LVT, Scranton Tran, L&WV, W-B Ry, Conestoga, Hershey, A&LV, Jonstown Trac, West Penn and PGH Railways.

New Jersey Trolleys In Color

New Jersey Trolleys In Color

Ref: 1199


Price: £50.00

by Joseph Eid and Barker Gummere

A nostalgic look back in rare color views of the streetcar systems of Atlantic City and Shore RR, Atlantic City Transport, Five Mile Beach Electric Rwy., Public Services Coordinated Transport, and even a little NJ Transit.

New York City Trolleys In Color

New York City Trolleys In Color

Ref: 1202


Price: £50.00

by William D. Volkmer

East side, west side, all around the town! See vintage views of Third Avenue Railway, Brooklyn and Queens Transit, South Brooklyn Railway and Queensborough Bridge Railway in full color.

Pennsylvania-Reading Seashore Lines In Color

Pennsylvania-Reading Seashore Lines In Color

Ref: 1071


Price: £45.00

by John Stroup

This Philadelphia to SE New Jersey shore railroad was jointly owned and operated by the Reading Company and the mighty PRR. The power and operations of the PRSL and its parents is examined during the steam and diesel era time through over 230 vintage color photos.

Baltimore & Ohio in Color Vol 1

Baltimore & Ohio in Color Vol 1

Ref: 1156


Price: £50.00

by David T. Mainey

A fond look back by a former B&O management trainee at the dieselized operations of the B&O across the system.

A Golden Decade of Trains: The 1950ís In Color

A Golden Decade of Trains: The 1950’s In Color

Ref: 1001


Price: £40.00

by Robert R. Malinoski

Just the name Malinoski is indicative of masterful, expert camera work as exhibited in national rail magazines for more than fifty years. Now here is his choice, top-drawer color artistry on over fifty different roads during the decade when the best of steam and early diesels worked hand-in-hand.

Chesapeake & Ohio Color Guide to Freight and Passenger Equipment

Chesapeake & Ohio Color Guide to Freight and Passenger Equipment

Ref: 1022


Price: £50.00

by David H. Hickcox

While mostly thought of as a coal hauler, the C&O rostered some very attractive passenger and general merchandise equipment. Contains over 300 vintage (pre-Chessie System) color photos!

Chesapeake & Ohio In Color Volume 1

Chesapeake & Ohio In Color Volume 1

Ref: 1167


Price: £50.00

by Jeremy F. Plant and William McClure

A fond look back at the C&O in Virginia and West Virginia from the last years of steam to the end of the Chessie System era.

Chesapeake & Ohio In Color Volume 2

Chesapeake & Ohio In Color Volume 2

Ref: 1168


Price: £50.00

by Jeremy F. Plant and William McClure

Volume 2 of this look at George Washington's Road takes a comprehensive look at the lines of the former Pere Marquete Railway before and after the C&O merger. Steam and diesel abound between Detroit and Chicago as well as the spider web of lines throughout the state of Michigan and the southern region of Ontario.

Chesapeake & Ohio In Color Volume 3

Chesapeake & Ohio In Color Volume 3

Ref: 1169


Price: £50.00

by Jeremy F. Plant and William McClure III

West from the coalfields of West Virginia, the C&O and its operations are examined in colorful detail. Steam and early diesel as well as the second generation of C&O power.

Chessie System Color Guide to Freight Equipment

Chessie System Color Guide to Freight Equipment

Ref: 1170


Price: £50.00

by Randall K. Fields

In August 1972, Chessie System burst on to the railroad scene in the eastern US with the daring paint scheme of yellow, blue and black freight cars emblazoned with a stylized cat logo. More than 300 color photos of Chessie's freight cars.

CONRAIL Color Guide to Freight and Passenger Equipment Volume 1

CONRAIL Color Guide to Freight and Passenger Equipment Volume 1

Ref: 1117


Price: £50.00

by Larry DeYoung

The varied freight equipment of this recent fallen flag is displayed in more than 300 color photos of the rolling stock of Conrail's early years, 1976-1986.


Baltimore & Ohio Trackside with Willis McCaleb

Baltimore & Ohio Trackside with Willis McCaleb

Ref: 1017


Price: £45.00

by James Semon and Bruce Dicken

B&O steam in all its glory is captured mostly in Ohio by noted rail photographer Willis McCaleb in this 128-page all-color book. This fourth Trackside book takes the reader from Cleveland to West Virginia into Indiana and back into central Ohio. Coverage includes every type of B&O steam working in the Midwest during the fifties.

Baltimore and Ohio Steam In Color

Baltimore and Ohio Steam In Color

Ref: 1108


Price: £50.00

by David T. Mainey

A class-by-class review of post-war B&O steam at rest and at work. Coverage ranges from switchers to streamlined beauties to mighty EM-1's.

Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad In Color Volume 1: 1976-1992

Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad In Color Volume 1: 1976-1992

Ref: 1212


Price: £50.00

by Richard C. Borkowski Jr.

The final years of the "Little Giant" are examined as the newly independent road struggles for its survival.

Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad In Color Volume 2: 1956-1976

Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad In Color Volume 2: 1956-1976

Ref: 1213


Price: £50.00

by Richard C. Borkowski Jr.

The "Little Giant" is scrutinized in full color during the years when it was owned by New York Central and later Penn Central.

Bessemer and Lake Erie Railroad In Color

Bessemer and Lake Erie Railroad In Color

Ref: 1019


Price: £45.00

by Robert V. Lorenzo and Nathan S. Clark, Jr.

A 128-page hardcover book celebrating the motive power and operations of the heavy-duty carrier linking Pittsburgh with the Great Lakes. Mainline and branchline B&LE action is vividly portrayed in more than 200 superb color photographs from the 1950s to the present.

Union Railroad In Color

Union Railroad In Color

Ref: 1151


Price: £50.00

by Rich Borkowski, Jr.

The seldom-photographed Union Railroad fed the blast furnaces of Pittsburgh, PA with its fleet of EMD switchers and "Buffalos". Lots of steel mills and heavy industry in this book! All color, 128-page hardcover book.

Trackside around Philadelphia 1945-1969 with Dave Cope, Bill Ellis and Frank Watson

Trackside around Philadelphia 1945-1969 with Dave Cope, Bill Ellis and Frank Watson

Ref: 1145


Price: £50.00

by Bert Pennypacker

Noted Philadelphian Bert Pennypacker guides the reader around the rail lines that served Philadelphia during the 40’s and 50’s through the more than 250 color photos of photographers Dave Cope, Bill Ellis, and Frank Watson. Pictured are steam and diesel on the Pennsy, B&0, Reading and PRSL as well as traction on the city streets.

New York Harbor Railroads In Color Volume 2

New York Harbor Railroads In Color Volume 2

Ref: 1203


Price: £50.00

by Thomas R. Flagg

The railroads serving the Port of New York relied on fleets of ferries, tugboats and barges to deliver freight. This volume continues our presentation of the "railroad navy" of NY harbor with special attention given to float bridge operations, coal dumpers, floating grain elevators, Seatrain and the waterfront terminals of both truck line and short line railroads at the port.

New York, Susquehanna and Western In Color

New York, Susquehanna and Western In Color

Ref: 1204


Price: £50.00

by Paul R. Tupaczewski

Most fans today know the Susquehanna as an operator of huge Stack trains and big six-motor power. This book begins in 1940 and shows the Suzy-Q of yesteryear - Motorcars, RS1's, RDC's, commuter trains - as well as several chapters on the more modern era.

Trackside around New York City 1953-1968 with Robert Malinoski

Trackside around New York City 1953-1968 with Robert Malinoski

Ref: 1244


Price: £50.00

by Steve Barry

A top-notch combination: the photography of Bob Malinoski and the writing of Railfan and Railroad Magazine editor Steve Barry. All the pre-Penn Central roads around the "Big Apple" are explored through the lens of Bob Malinoskiís camera in the steam to diesel transition years.

Trackside around Sayre-Towanda-Waverly with Lloyd Hall

Trackside around Sayre-Towanda-Waverly with Lloyd Hall

Ref: 1247


Price: £50.00

by Jeremy F. Plant and Bill Caloroso

From 1948 and into the 1950s, Lloyd Hall was shooting the LV, Erie, DL&W, and PRR around his neighborhood in the northern Pennsylvania - southern New York towns of Sayre and Towanda, PA and Waverly, NY. Some of the best LV steam, FT and PA color ever seen!

Pennsylvania Shortlines In Color Volume 1

Pennsylvania Shortlines In Color Volume 1

Ref: 1209


Price: £50.00

by Gary R. Carlson

A fond look back at the "traditional" shortlines extant in

Pennsylvania during the 1950s. This first of two volumes includes:

* Aliquippa & Southern Railroad

* Allegheny & South Side Railway

* Bellefonte Central Railroad

* Cambria & Indiana Railroad

* Chestnut Ridge Railway

* Cheswick & Harmar Railroad

* Conemaugh & Black Lick Railroad

* Cornwall Railroad

* Coudersport & Port Allegany Railroad

* Donora Southern Railroad ï East Broad Top Railroad

* East Erie Commercial Railroad

* Everett Railroad

* Huntingdon & Broad Top Mountain RR

* Ironton Railroad

* Johnstown & Stony Creek Railroad

* Lackawanna & Wyoming Valley RR

* Lake Erie, Franklin & Clarion RR

* Ligonier Valley Rail Road

* Maryland & Pennsylvania Railroad

Pennsylvania Shortlines In Color Volume 2

Pennsylvania Shortlines In Color Volume 2

Ref: 1210


Price: £50.00

by Gary R. Carlson

Traditional shortlines of Pennsylvania extant in the 1950’s are examined in full color: McKeesport Conn., Monessen SW, Monongahela Conn., Montour, N&B, PB&NE, P&S, PA&McKR, P&OV, PC&Y, S&H, Stewartstown, Strasburg, Unity Rwy., UMP, WAG, Western Allegheny, W. Pittston- Exeter, and Winfield RR.

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