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This is not a facsimile reprint. 80 pages with history, full-page locomotive photographs, locomotive data on facing page, various other Shay locomotive information, index, and prostective buyer's information sheet in the rear. Bound in original gray stiff paper covers with lettering, border and small illustration in black and gilt. A very good plus copy. A very nice copy of a difficult Shay catalogue.
SHAY GEARED AND ROD LOCOMOTIVES: CATALOGUE NUMBER 15
Lima, OH: Lima Locomotive and Machine Company [no date, about 1910],

This is not a facsimile reprint. 80 pages with history, full-page locomotive photographs, locomotive data on facing page, various other Shay locomotive information, index, and prostective buyer's information sheet in the rear. Bound in original gray stiff paper covers with lettering, border and small illustration in black and gilt. A very good plus copy. A very nice copy of a difficult Shay catalogue.


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Western Union code word, "Climaxloco." This is an original catalogue, not a facsimile reprint. 48 pages with full page locomotive and equipment illustrations with data on the facing page, photographs of the locomotives in use on various railroads, estimates of track costs, description of the locomotive and other information. Bound in original gray stiff paper covers with lettering embossed in gilt and white over a black background. A handsome near fine copy.
ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE - THE CLIMAX PATENT GEARED LOCOMOTIVES
Corry, PA: Climax Manufacturing Company [no date, about 1898],

Western Union code word, "Climaxloco." This is an original catalogue, not a facsimile reprint. 48 pages with full page locomotive and equipment illustrations with data on the facing page, photographs of the locomotives in use on various railroads, estimates of track costs, description of the locomotive and other information. Bound in original gray stiff paper covers with lettering embossed in gilt and white over a black background. A handsome near fine copy.


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A catalogue supplement, June, 1899, to the company's regular catalogue. Unpaginated. 29 pages of locomtive photographs with the corresponding locomotive data on the facing page. A very good copy.
LOCOMOTIVES RECENTLY CONSTRUCTED BY THE SCHENECTADY LOCOMOTIVE WORKS, BUILDERS OF HIGH GRADE LOCOMITIVES FOR ALL CLASSES OF SERVICE, BOTH ON SINGLE EXPANSION AND COMPOUND SYSTEM
Schenectady, NY: Schenectady Locomotive Works, 1899.

A catalogue supplement, June, 1899, to the company's regular catalogue. Unpaginated. 29 pages of locomtive photographs with the corresponding locomotive data on the facing page. A very good copy.


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The Richmond and Louisville Railroad was a railroad on paper only. The railway was a merger of the Richmond and South-western Railway Company with the Virginia, Kentucky and Ohio Narrow-Gauge Railroad Company, both of which were also paper railroads. The merger was vetoed by Governor Cameron on January 12, 1882, however it was later ratified on January 20th. The company existed from 1880 to 1884. The map measures 48 x 25.5 inches. Modelski; Railroad Maps of the United States, 546. The folded map is fixed into printed card covers. Very light soiling to the covers, else a fine and bright copy of the map and folder.
MAP OF THE RICHMOND AND LOUISVILLE RAILROAD, CONNECTING THE RAILROADS OF VIRGINIA WITH THE RAILROADS OF KENTUCKY ON THE SHORTEST ROUTE EAST AND WEST FROM THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY TO THE ATLANTIC OCEAN
New York: G.W. & C.B. Colton & Co., 1882.

The Richmond and Louisville Railroad was a railroad on paper only. The railway was a merger of the Richmond and South-western Railway Company with the Virginia, Kentucky and Ohio Narrow-Gauge Railroad Company, both of which were also paper railroads. The merger was vetoed by Governor Cameron on January 12, 1882, however it was later ratified on January 20th. The company existed from 1880 to 1884. The map measures 48 x 25.5 inches. Modelski; Railroad Maps of the United States, 546. The folded map is fixed into printed card covers. Very light soiling to the covers, else a fine and bright copy of the map and folder.


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Manufactureres of baggage checks, hotel checks, number plates, pay checks, tokens, medals, breast badges, buttons, and all sorts of stamped and embossed metal work and railway supplies. 46 pages numerous engraved illustrations of the company's products. Bound in original brown thick paper covers with lettering and borders in darker brown. A fine copy.
AMERICAN RAILWAY SUPPLY CO.
New York, NY; no date (about 1: American Railway Supply Co.,

Manufactureres of baggage checks, hotel checks, number plates, pay checks, tokens, medals, breast badges, buttons, and all sorts of stamped and embossed metal work and railway supplies. 46 pages numerous engraved illustrations of the company's products. Bound in original brown thick paper covers with lettering and borders in darker brown. A fine copy.


Price: $125.00
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This historic document states the terms and conditions under which the first transcontinental railroad was built by the Union Pacific and Central Pacific Railroads as approved by Congress in 1862. See Cowan; Bibliography of the History of California, pg 514. 45 pages. One inch chip from the leading edge of the front page. Two inch closed tear to page five. A very good copy.
AN ACT TO AID IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF A RAILROAD & TELEGRAPH LINE FROM THE MISSOURI RIVER TO THE PACIFIC OCEAN; plus AMENDMENT
New York: Brown & Hewitt, Printers, 1867.

This historic document states the terms and conditions under which the first transcontinental railroad was built by the Union Pacific and Central Pacific Railroads as approved by Congress in 1862. See Cowan; Bibliography of the History of California, pg 514. 45 pages. One inch chip from the leading edge of the front page. Two inch closed tear to page five. A very good copy.


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A total of 154 pages with photographs, several maps, and bibliography. Both volumes fine and bright, as new.
ELECTRIC RAILWAYS AROUND SAN FRANCISCO BAY, VOLUMES ONE AND TWO
Duke, Donald
San Marino, CA: Golden West Books, 1999 & 2000,

A total of 154 pages with photographs, several maps, and bibliography. Both volumes fine and bright, as new.


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This volume is the second in a series covering the history and facilities of the Penssylvania Railroad in the Pittsburgh area. An album of 91 pages with numerous phtographs. Long folded map printed on both sides laid in. A fine and bright copy.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROA'S GOLDEN TRIANGLE, MAIN LINE PANORAMA IN THE PITSBURGH AREA
Kobus, Ken, and Jack Consoli
Upper Darby, PA: Pennsylvania Railroad Technical and Historical Society, 1998.

This volume is the second in a series covering the history and facilities of the Penssylvania Railroad in the Pittsburgh area. An album of 91 pages with numerous phtographs. Long folded map printed on both sides laid in. A fine and bright copy.


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The technology and intense struggle of New York City's most gigantic venture. 80 pages with historic photographs. A fine and bright copy.
BUILDING THE INDEPENDENT SUBWAY
Kramer, Frederick A.
New York, NY: Quadrant Press, 1990.

The technology and intense struggle of New York City's most gigantic venture. 80 pages with historic photographs. A fine and bright copy.


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A history of Sacramento's streetcars. 80 pages with historic photographs. A fine and bright copy.
SACRAMENTO'S SHINING RAILS; A HISTORY OF TROLLY TRANSPORTATION IN CALIFORNIA'S CAPITAL. RT METRO
Mankoff, Al
Canton, OH: Railhead Publications, 1992.

A history of Sacramento's streetcars. 80 pages with historic photographs. A fine and bright copy.


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A guide to the technical side of the Monson and Kennebec Central two-foot gauge railroads. 68 pages with a brief historical survey fro each railroad, with track diagrams, car plans, photographs and equipment rosters. Bound in stiff paper pictorial covers. A fine and bright copy.
THE KENNEBEC CENTRAL AND MONSON RAILROADS
Barney, Peter S.
A&M Publishing, 1986.

A guide to the technical side of the Monson and Kennebec Central two-foot gauge railroads. 68 pages with a brief historical survey fro each railroad, with track diagrams, car plans, photographs and equipment rosters. Bound in stiff paper pictorial covers. A fine and bright copy.


Price: $65.00
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A guide to the technical side of the Wiscasset, Waterville and Farmington two-foot gauge railroad. 88 pages with a brief historical survey for the railroad, with track diagrams, car plans, photographs and equipment rosters. Bound in stiff paper pictorial covers. A fine and bright copy.
THE WISCASSET, WATERVILLE AND FARMINGTON RAILWAY: A TECHNICAL AND PICTORIAL REVIEW
Barney, Peter S.
A&M Publishing, 1986.

A guide to the technical side of the Wiscasset, Waterville and Farmington two-foot gauge railroad. 88 pages with a brief historical survey for the railroad, with track diagrams, car plans, photographs and equipment rosters. Bound in stiff paper pictorial covers. A fine and bright copy.


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54 pages with photographs, diagrams, one as a foldout, roster of the five GE bi-polars built, and bibliography. Small tape mend to the rear cover. A very good plus copy.
MILWAUKEE ROAD BI-POLAR ELECTRIC. CLASSIC POWER 2
Holley, Noel T.
New York: N.J. International, Inc./Leeward Publications [1979],

54 pages with photographs, diagrams, one as a foldout, roster of the five GE bi-polars built, and bibliography. Small tape mend to the rear cover. A very good plus copy.


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72 pages with photographs, roster and bibliography.  A fine and bright copy.
THE REMARKABLE GG1. QUADRANT PRESS REVIEW 6
Zimmermann, Karl R.
New York: Quadrant Press, 1994.

72 pages with photographs, roster and bibliography. A fine and bright copy.


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The Woodstock and Sycamore Traction Company completed a link in the chain of interurbans fanning out from the Fox River Valley towns west of Chicago, Illinois. 56 pages with historic photographs, schedules, ads, maps, McKeen car diagram, and roster. A fine and bright copy.
THE WOODSTOCK AND SYCAMORE TRACTION COMPANY
Robertson, William E.
Delavan, WI: National Bus Trader, Inc., 1985.

The Woodstock and Sycamore Traction Company completed a link in the chain of interurbans fanning out from the Fox River Valley towns west of Chicago, Illinois. 56 pages with historic photographs, schedules, ads, maps, McKeen car diagram, and roster. A fine and bright copy.


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Interurbans Special 73; Fresno Centennial Edition, 1885 - 1985. 80 pages with historic photographs, maps and roster. A fine and bright copy.
WHEN FRESNO RODE THE RAILS
Hamm, Edward, Jr.
Glendale, CA: Interurbans Publications, 1984.

Interurbans Special 73; Fresno Centennial Edition, 1885 - 1985. 80 pages with historic photographs, maps and roster. A fine and bright copy.


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A history of the Birney Car with photographs, diagrams and numerous rosters. 118 pages. A near fine copy.
THE BIRNEY CAR
Cox, Harold E.
[no place or date when publish: Self published/Harold E. Cox,

A history of the Birney Car with photographs, diagrams and numerous rosters. 118 pages. A near fine copy.


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52 pages with builder's photographs and diagrams. A fine and bright copy.
BRILL DECK ROOF TROLLEY CARS
Foesig, Harry
Forty Fort, PA: Harold E. Cox, 1973.

52 pages with builder's photographs and diagrams. A fine and bright copy.


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96 pages with historic photographs, maps and rosters. A fine and bright copy.
BISCAYNE BAY TROLLEYS: STREET RAILWAYS OF THE MIAMI AREA
Ridolph, Edward
Forty Fort, PA: Harold E. Cox, 1981.

96 pages with historic photographs, maps and rosters. A fine and bright copy.


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98 pages of text, photographs, diagrams and index. Publisher's brown cloth spine over stiff paper pictorial covers. Small bump to the upper corner.  A near fine copy.
TROLLEY TALK: VOLUME ONE, ISSUES NO. 1 TO NO. 20, 1954 - 1958, REPRINTED 1975
Wagner, Birdella, editor
Cincinnati, OH: Wagner Car Company, 1967.

98 pages of text, photographs, diagrams and index. Publisher's brown cloth spine over stiff paper pictorial covers. Small bump to the upper corner. A near fine copy.


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112 pages with photographs, maps and rosters. A fine and bright copy.
BOSTON'S COMMUTER RAIL, THE FIRST 150 YEARS
Humphrey, Thomas J., and Norton D. Clark
Cambridge, MA: Boston Street Railway Association, 1985.

112 pages with photographs, maps and rosters. A fine and bright copy.


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The story of the trolleys in the Jamestown and Chautauqua Lake area of New York. It concentrates on the Broadhead lines of the Jamestown Street Railway Co., The Chautauqua Traction Co., and the Jamestown Westfield and Northwestern Railroad Co. Unpaginated. Includes historic photographs, map and roster. A fine and bright copy.
JAMESTOWN AND CHAUTAUQUA LAKE TROLLEYS
Ahlstrom, Harold J.
Jamestown, NY: Fenton Historical Society, 1974.

The story of the trolleys in the Jamestown and Chautauqua Lake area of New York. It concentrates on the Broadhead lines of the Jamestown Street Railway Co., The Chautauqua Traction Co., and the Jamestown Westfield and Northwestern Railroad Co. Unpaginated. Includes historic photographs, map and roster. A fine and bright copy.


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Bulletin Number 31 of the Electric Railway Historical Society. A reproduction of the 12 page booklet published by the Perley A. Thomas Car Works, Inc. of High Point, NC in 1930. 12 pages, including covers, with historic builder's photographs, diagrams, and data. A fine and bright copy.
THOMAS BUILT CARS
Chicago: Electric Railway Historical Society, 1959.

Bulletin Number 31 of the Electric Railway Historical Society. A reproduction of the 12 page booklet published by the Perley A. Thomas Car Works, Inc. of High Point, NC in 1930. 12 pages, including covers, with historic builder's photographs, diagrams, and data. A fine and bright copy.


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Bulletin Number 29 of the Electric Railway Historical Society. A reproduction of the 1910 catalog of the Niles Car & Mfg. Co.. 44 pages, including covers, with historic builder's photographs, diagrams, trucks, and data. A fine and bright copy.
THE NILES CAR AND MANUFACURING CO. 1910
Chicago: Electric Railway Historical Society, 1958.

Bulletin Number 29 of the Electric Railway Historical Society. A reproduction of the 1910 catalog of the Niles Car & Mfg. Co.. 44 pages, including covers, with historic builder's photographs, diagrams, trucks, and data. A fine and bright copy.


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An early history of Silver Spring, Maryland and of the local trolley that served it. 44 pages with historic photographs, map, and a bibliography. Several small brown spots to the front cover and lower corner creases to the rear cover. A near fine copy.
THE FOREST GLEN TROLLEY AND THE EARLY DEVELOPMENT OF SILVER SPRING
Markwood, Louis N.
Arlington, VA: National Capital Historical Museum of Transportation/Montgomery County Historical Society, 1975.

An early history of Silver Spring, Maryland and of the local trolley that served it. 44 pages with historic photographs, map, and a bibliography. Several small brown spots to the front cover and lower corner creases to the rear cover. A near fine copy.


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The second book in a series of volumes which traces all the rolling stock ever owned/or operated by the Philadelphia Rapid Transit Company, its predecessors and successors. 136 pages with historic photographs, car diagrams, and extensive rosters. Owner's name and phone number written on rear cover. Lower spine bumped. A near fine copy.
EARLY ELECTRIC CARS OF PHILADELPHIA 1885-1911
Cox, Harold E.
Forty Fort, PA: Harold E. Cox, 1969.

The second book in a series of volumes which traces all the rolling stock ever owned/or operated by the Philadelphia Rapid Transit Company, its predecessors and successors. 136 pages with historic photographs, car diagrams, and extensive rosters. Owner's name and phone number written on rear cover. Lower spine bumped. A near fine copy.


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A reprint of the Westinghouse Car and Equipment catalogue for 1924. 20 pages with builder's photographs and illustrations with corresponding data. A fine and bright copy.
CARS AND CAR EQUIPMENT, VOLUME II: SPECIAL PUBLICATION 1714, OCTOBER 1924
East Pittsburgh, PA/Wyoming, O: Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co./Trolley Talk, 1972.

A reprint of the Westinghouse Car and Equipment catalogue for 1924. 20 pages with builder's photographs and illustrations with corresponding data. A fine and bright copy.


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Bulletin Number 14 of the Electric Railway Historical Society. A reproduction of selected portions a 92 page catalogue. 32 pages, including covers, with historic builder's photographs, trucks, and data. A fine and bright copy.
CARS OF THE McGUIRE-CUMMINGS MFG. CO. 1911
Chicago: Electric Railway Historical Society, [no printing date],

Bulletin Number 14 of the Electric Railway Historical Society. A reproduction of selected portions a 92 page catalogue. 32 pages, including covers, with historic builder's photographs, trucks, and data. A fine and bright copy.


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The companies listed in this volume all reported to the Interstate Commerce Commission as operating carriers filing public tariffs. 144 pages of listings with maps. Folded supplement laid in. Lower spine bumped. A near fine copy.
RAILROAD NAMES; A DIRECTORY OF COMMON CARRIER RAILROADS OPERATING IN THE UNITED STATES 1826-1982
Edson, William D.
Potomac, MD: Self Published/William D. Edson, 1984.

The companies listed in this volume all reported to the Interstate Commerce Commission as operating carriers filing public tariffs. 144 pages of listings with maps. Folded supplement laid in. Lower spine bumped. A near fine copy.


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Bulletin Number 18 of the Electric Railway Historical Society. A reproduction of most of the cars described in the St. Louis Car Company catalogue No. 105 of 1927. 28 pages, including covers, with historic builder's photographs, car diagrams, and data. A fine and bright copy.
CARS OF THE ST. LOUIS CAR COMPANY, 1927
Chicago: Electric Railway Historical Society, 1965.

Bulletin Number 18 of the Electric Railway Historical Society. A reproduction of most of the cars described in the St. Louis Car Company catalogue No. 105 of 1927. 28 pages, including covers, with historic builder's photographs, car diagrams, and data. A fine and bright copy.


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Publication Number 47 of the Electric Railway Historical Society. A reproduction of the J.G. Brill Co. catalog No. 266 issued in 1923. 20 pages with historic builder's photographs, car diagrams, and data. A fine and bright copy.
LIGHT-WEIGHT CARS
Chicago: Electric Railway Historical Society, 1965.

Publication Number 47 of the Electric Railway Historical Society. A reproduction of the J.G. Brill Co. catalog No. 266 issued in 1923. 20 pages with historic builder's photographs, car diagrams, and data. A fine and bright copy.


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Bulletin 91, August, 1975. 72 pages, including covers, with photographs, timetables, maps, rosters, car diagrams, and ads. A fine copy.
THE STORY OF INDIANA RAILROAD SYSTEM
Krambles, George, editor
Chicago: Central Electric Railfans Association (C.E.R.A.), 1975.

Bulletin 91, August, 1975. 72 pages, including covers, with photographs, timetables, maps, rosters, car diagrams, and ads. A fine copy.


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New York, Westchester & Boston Railway Company, 1912 - 1937, "A story of a railway with the most glorious and positive outlook. Built with nothing less than the best materials and most of its stations built practically in the middle of nowhere with hipes of bringing civilization to these parts." 62 pages of historic photographs. Very light coffee ring and spot on the front cover, else a fine and bright copy.
WESTCHESTER COUNTY'S MILLION-DOLLAR-A-MILE RAILROAD
Bang, Robert A. (Daniel R. Gallo, editor)
Privately published/Robert A. Bang, [no place, no publishing date],

New York, Westchester & Boston Railway Company, 1912 - 1937, "A story of a railway with the most glorious and positive outlook. Built with nothing less than the best materials and most of its stations built practically in the middle of nowhere with hipes of bringing civilization to these parts." 62 pages of historic photographs. Very light coffee ring and spot on the front cover, else a fine and bright copy.


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Quadrant Press Review 4. 64 pages with photographs, index, and system map on the rear cover.  A fine and bright copy.
ACROSS NEW YORK BY TROLLEY: A PICTORIAL REVIEW OF THE THIRD AVENUE RAILWAY SYSTEM IN MANHATTAN, THE BRONX AND WESTCHESTER
Kramer, Frederick A.
New York, NY: Quadrant Press, 1975.

Quadrant Press Review 4. 64 pages with photographs, index, and system map on the rear cover. A fine and bright copy.


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Schedules between Indianpolis, Terre Haute, Anderson, Seymour, Greencastle, Fort Wayne, Kokomo, Muncie, Columbus and Peru. Eight pages with ads and system map. A fine and bright copy.
INDIANA RAILROAD SYSTEM CONSOLIDATED SCHEDULES ELECTRIC TRAIN AND MOTOR COACH SERVICE; JANUARY 11, 1940
Indianapolis IN: Indiana Railroad System, 1940.

Schedules between Indianpolis, Terre Haute, Anderson, Seymour, Greencastle, Fort Wayne, Kokomo, Muncie, Columbus and Peru. Eight pages with ads and system map. A fine and bright copy.


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A pictorial history of the last two electric railways to operate in Stark County, Ohio, the Stark Electric Railroad and the Inter-City Rapid Transit. 83 pages of historic photographs. A near fine copy.
STARK'S LAST INTERURBANS
Eakin, James S.
Canton, OH: Railhead Publications, 1983.

A pictorial history of the last two electric railways to operate in Stark County, Ohio, the Stark Electric Railroad and the Inter-City Rapid Transit. 83 pages of historic photographs. A near fine copy.


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Unpaginated. Includes text, photographs, diagrams and index. A fine and bright copy.
TROLLEY TALK: VOLUME TWO, ISSUES NO. 21 TO NO. 40, 1959 - 1962, REPRINTED 1966
Wagner, Birdella, editor
Cincinnati, OH: Wagner Car Company, 1966.

Unpaginated. Includes text, photographs, diagrams and index. A fine and bright copy.


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A short history with photographs, maps and rosters. 52 pages. A few very tiny brown spots on the rear cover. A fine and bright copy.
THE STREETCARS OF FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS: FORT SMITH LIGHT & TRACTION COMPANY
Winters, Charles E.
Fort Smith, AR: Fort Smith Historical Society, 1979.

A short history with photographs, maps and rosters. 52 pages. A few very tiny brown spots on the rear cover. A fine and bright copy.


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124 pages with historic photographs, maps, bibliographies and rosters, plus foldout organizational chart and folded map. small stain on front cover, else a fine and bright copy.
TROLLEYS OF BERKS COUNTY, PENNSYVANIA
Foesig, Harry
Forty Fort, PA: Harold E. Cox, 1970.

124 pages with historic photographs, maps, bibliographies and rosters, plus foldout organizational chart and folded map. small stain on front cover, else a fine and bright copy.


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58 pages with many historic photographs, maps, and rosters. A fine copy.
MASS. NORTHEASTERN ST. RY., VOLUME 1, NEWBURYPORT DIVISION
Cummings, O.R.
Forty Fort, PA: Harold E. Cox/New England Electric Railway Historica Society (1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968), 1964.

58 pages with many historic photographs, maps, and rosters. A fine copy.


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80 pages with historic photographs, maps and rosters. A fine and bright copy.
"FORWARD IS THE MOTTO OF TODAY." STREET RAILWAYS IN CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA 1866-1936
Kean, Jefferson Randolf
Forty Fort, PA: Harold E. Cox, 1984.

80 pages with historic photographs, maps and rosters. A fine and bright copy.


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A supplement to "The N.O.T.&L. Story." 191 pages with historic photographs, maps and rosters. Errata sheet laid in. Small ding along the spine. A near fine, bright copy.
"NORTHERN OHIO TRACTION REVISITED:" A SUPPLEMENT TO "THE N.O.T.&L. STORY"
Blower, James M.
Akron, OH: Self published/James M. Blower [printing date unknown],

A supplement to "The N.O.T.&L. Story." 191 pages with historic photographs, maps and rosters. Errata sheet laid in. Small ding along the spine. A near fine, bright copy.


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Rail-Craft Library PC-12. 68 pages, including covers, with car photographs and car diagrams. Errata sheet laid in. Mild rubbing to the covers. A very good plus copy.
TRACTION PLANBOOK AND PHOTO ALBUM
Carstens, Harold H., editor
Ramsey, NJ: Carstens Publication/Railroad Model Craftsman, 1964.

Rail-Craft Library PC-12. 68 pages, including covers, with car photographs and car diagrams. Errata sheet laid in. Mild rubbing to the covers. A very good plus copy.


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Publication Number 38 of the Electric Railway Historical Society. 36 pages of streetcar diagrams. A fine and bright copy.
CAR PLANS OF THE CHICAGO SURFACE LINES
Chicago: Electric Railway Historical Society [printing date unknown],

Publication Number 38 of the Electric Railway Historical Society. 36 pages of streetcar diagrams. A fine and bright copy.


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A book in the Street Car Monograph Series. Formal street car R.P.O. service started on May 25, 1895 using a rebuilt Pullman Company cable car. 72 pages with historic photographs, maps, station routes, cancellations, and bibliography, plus foldout of Chicago's Operating Transit Companies. A fine and bright copy.
STREET CAR R.P.O. SEVICE IN CHICAGO
Mason, John R., and Raymond A. Fleming
Mobile Post Office Society, 1983.

A book in the Street Car Monograph Series. Formal street car R.P.O. service started on May 25, 1895 using a rebuilt Pullman Company cable car. 72 pages with historic photographs, maps, station routes, cancellations, and bibliography, plus foldout of Chicago's Operating Transit Companies. A fine and bright copy.


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A history of the Birney Car with photographs, diagrams and numerous rosters. 118 pages. A fine and bright copy.
THE BIRNEY CAR
Cox, Harold E.
[no place or date when publish: Self published/Harold E. Cox,

A history of the Birney Car with photographs, diagrams and numerous rosters. 118 pages. A fine and bright copy.


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336 pages with historic photographs, maps, diagrams and bus and car rosters. Covers mildly rubbed. A very good copy.
NINETY FOUR YEARS OF ROCHESTER RAILWAYS: VOLUME 2
Gordon, William R.
Rochester, NY: William R. Gordon, 1975.

336 pages with historic photographs, maps, diagrams and bus and car rosters. Covers mildly rubbed. A very good copy.


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A pictorial album of Santa Fe diesels and freight and passenger cars. 79 pages of photographs. A fine copy.
SANTA FE DIESELS AND CARS
New York: Wayner Publications, 1974.

A pictorial album of Santa Fe diesels and freight and passenger cars. 79 pages of photographs. A fine copy.


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118 pages with historic photographs and rosters, plus large foldout map in the rear.  A fine and bright copy.
BROOKLYN TROLLEYS
Greller, James C., and Edward B. Watson
Hicksville, NY: N.J. International, 1986.

118 pages with historic photographs and rosters, plus large foldout map in the rear. A fine and bright copy.


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These maps and charts were made by and for geologists and geophysicist in their attempts to discover new reserves of hydrocarbons. 272 page atlas. Covers show moderate wear. Owner's name and date on the half-title page. A very good copy.
STRATIGRAPHIC ATLAS OF NORTH AND CENTRAL AMERICA; PREPARED BY THE EXPLORATION DEPARTMENT OF SHELL OIL COMPANY, HOUSTON, TEXAS
Cook, T.D., and A.W. Bally, editors
Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1975.

These maps and charts were made by and for geologists and geophysicist in their attempts to discover new reserves of hydrocarbons. 272 page atlas. Covers show moderate wear. Owner's name and date on the half-title page. A very good copy.


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