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*** Announcing Our Newest All-Color Book! ***

"70's Style -- Passenger Trains around New York City"




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70's Style -- Passenger Trains around New York City by George Hamlin is an all-color look at passenger railroading in the metropolitan New York region in the 1970's -- a fascinating era of transition, blending relics from the turn of the century with modern Turboliners built by a company that manufactured jet engines, and everything in between.
We'll start our tour on the former New York Central Harlem line and make our way around the area, visiting the neighboring Hudson line, the New Haven line, Jersey Central, Pennsy and end up on the Erie Lackawanna, glimpsing both the former Erie and D&LW lines. So sit back and enjoy the view as we take a trip back in time!

64 pages, 95 all-color photos and map, softcover.

$29.95

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"A Railroad Life: On the Road with Mike Bednar" features the first 24 episodes of Mike Bednar's famous railroad stories from TRP Magazine, richly illustrated with vintage photography. This beautiful 128-page hardcover book includes upgraded photos and even more color! Mike describes railroad operations with incredible detail and you'll enjoy his unique personality and wit!
Learn first-hand what it was like to be a railroader in the 1960's, 70's and 80's!

128 pages

Hardcover

$59.95

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Trains, Railroads, Rosters, Maps, Histories -- great info for the railfan, the photographer and the model railroader!
The Railroad Press Magazine is filled with railroad history, maps and photographs -- covering modern, vintage and classic trains. From ALCO and GE to EMD, we have the locomotive information you are looking for! You will find diesel roster and builder lists, along with Locomotive Notes II -- one of the most comprehensive and detailed diesel news columns in the country! Past railroads covered include the Pennsylvania Railroad, New York Central, Amtrak, Union Pacific, Burlington Northern, Santa Fe, BNSF, Southern Pacific, Rock Island, Penn Central, Chessie System, Conrail, CSX, Norfolk Southern (NS), Lehigh Valley, Delaware & Hudson (D&H), Reading Railroad, Erie Lackawanna, Denver & Rio Grande Western, Susquehanna (NYS&W), New Haven, Lehigh & New England (L&NE), Boston & Maine, Jersey Central (CNJ), Soo Line, Norfolk & Western (N&W) Birmingham Southern, SLSF - the "Frisco,"Louisville & Nashville, Southern Railway, Reading & Northern, SEPTA, Kansas City Southern (KCS), Lehigh & Hudson River (L&HR), Grand Trunk Western (GTW), Western Pacific, Oahu Railway & Land Co. and also the Ringling Brothers Circus train, James E Strates Carnival train, the 1947 Freedom Train, the Friendship Train, the 1975-76 American Freedom Train and the Merci Train.








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The Railroad Press wins their
7th Franklin Award!

*** We are proud to announce that Pennsylvania Railroad Lines West Volume 2
Pittsburgh and Northeast Ohio 1960-1999
has received a Franklin Award for Excellence in the 2009 Neographics competition!


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