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Category: All Categories: Transportation: Railroads: RR Ephemera
51 items found.   List items by:   Author     Title     Publisher
1.
(Union Pacific).  
Colorado Mountain Play Grounds (playgrounds).

Publisher: Omaha: J. P. Cummins, Union Pacific System, No date, ca. 1925..
No Edition Indicated Softcover octavo, about 9 inches tall, in stapled illustrated gray wraps. 48 pages illustrated by photographs, some in color, maps. A tourism promotion brochure picturing and explaining important sites in Colorado. Very minor general wear to edges, but sound and clean. Softcover Softcover Near fine

Appr.: | AUD 32.05 CAD 31.25 EUR 22.67 GBP 16.39 JPY 2,500.00 MXN 312.50 ZAR 277.78 

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2.
(Union Pacific).  
Zion, Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon National Parks - The Cedar Breaks Kaibab National Forest.

Publisher: Omaha: J. P. Cummins, Union Pacific System, No date, ca. 1933..
No Edition Indicated Softcover octavo, about 9.5 inches tall, in stapled illustrated red wraps. 48 pages illustrated by photographs, some in color, maps. A tourism promotion brochure picturing and explaining important sites in the National Parks. Two pages have "Cancelled, See Page Opposite" stamped, and a replacement leaf for the two pages is tipped in. Very minor general wear to edges, but sound and clean. Softcover Softcover Very good+

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(Union Pacific).  
Zion, Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon National Parks - The Cedar Breaks Kaibab National Forest.

Publisher: Omaha: W.S. Basinger, Union Pacific System, No date, ca. 1939..
No Edition Indicated Softcover octavo, about 9.5 inches tall, in stapled illustrated red and gray wraps. 48 pages illustrated by photographs, some in color, maps. A tourism promotion brochure picturing and explaining important sites in these National Parks. Very minor general wear to edges, but sound and clean. Softcover Softcover Very Good+

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4.

San Francisco Municipal Railway: Tours of Discovery: 1954 November and 1956 March (lot of 2)
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Publisher: City and County of San Francisco San Francisco 1954.
Condition: Good-. Pamphlet. GOOD-. Lot of 2 folded pamphlets, bagged for protection, light stains to edges of wraps, small chips to edges, light shelf wear, some stains.

Once Read Books, cover scan available - just ask, OnceReadBooks com

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5.

MOUNT HOOD RAILROAD COMPANY: 1928 Cancelled Check
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Publisher: Hood River Orgon 1928.
Mount Hood Railroad Company: July 1928. Issued at Baker, Oregon by J.W. Pentney, auditor, in the amount of $11.20 to F.M. Shurtliff (Hood River, Oregon) and endorsed by hand by F.M. Shurtliff. Punched cancellation, not affecting signatures. Crisp, clean condition. The Mount Hood Railway Company was established in 1906 to transport men and materials to the logging camps and mills of the Upper Hood River Valley (Oregon) and to transport lumber back down. Eventually area fruit growers also came to depend on the line, and it was a popular means of transportation for locals and tourists. Because three miles of the route is on steep a steep grade the locomotive had to push the train in reverse to negotiate the incline, giving rise to the nickname "The Backwards Railroad." The train, the line, and the 1911 depot have been restored and rides are once again a tourist attraction. EPHEM 2456 Very Good Condition. Ephemera

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MOUNT HOOD RAILROAD COMPANY: 1928 Cancelled Check
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Publisher: Hood River Orgon 1928.
Mount Hood Railroad Company: July 1928. Issued at Baker, Oregon by J.W. Pentney, auditor, in the amount of $5.00 to D.E. Quinn (Hood River, Oregon) and endorsed by hand by D.E. Quinn. Rubber stamped and punched cancellation, not affecting signatures. Crisp, clean condition. The Mount Hood Railway Company was established in 1906 to transport men and materials to the logging camps and mills of the Upper Hood River Valley (Oregon) and to transport lumber back down. Eventually area fruit growers also came to depend on the line, and it was a popular means of transportation for locals and tourists. Because three miles of the route is on steep a steep grade the locomotive had to push the train in reverse to negotiate the incline, giving rise to the nickname "The Backwards Railroad." The train, the line, and the 1911 depot have been restored and rides are once again a tourist attraction. EPHEM 2457 Very Good Condition. Ephemera

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7.

MOUNT HOOD RAILROAD COMPANY: 1928 Cancelled Check
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Publisher: Hood River Orgon 1928.
Mount Hood Railroad Company: July 1928. Issued at Baker, Oregon by J.W. Pentney, auditor, in the amount of $5.35 to B.B. Powell (Hood River, Oregon) and endorsed by hand by B.B. Powell. Punched cancellation, not affecting signatures. Crisp, clean condition. The Mount Hood Railway Company was established in 1906 to transport men and materials to the logging camps and mills of the Upper Hood River Valley (Oregon) and to transport lumber back down. Eventually area fruit growers also came to depend on the line, and it was a popular means of transportation for locals and tourists. Because three miles of the route is on steep a steep grade the locomotive had to push the train in reverse to negotiate the incline, giving rise to the nickname "The Backwards Railroad." The train, the line, and the 1911 depot have been restored and rides are once again a tourist attraction. EPHEM 2458 Very Good Condition. Ephemera

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8.

MOUNT HOOD RAILROAD COMPANY: 1928 Cancelled Check
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Publisher: Hood River Orgon 1928.
Mount Hood Railroad Company: July 1928. Issued at Baker, Oregon by J.W. Pentney, auditor, in the amount of $50.00 to M.A. Romney, Eccles Bldg. (Ogden Utah) and endorsed by hand by M.A. Romney. Rubber stamped and punched cancellation, not affecting signatures. Crisp, clean condition. The Mount Hood Railway Company was established in 1906 to transport men and materials to the logging camps and mills of the Upper Hood River Valley (Oregon) and to transport lumber back down. Eventually area fruit growers also came to depend on the line, and it was a popular means of transportation for locals and tourists. Because three miles of the route is on steep a steep grade the locomotive had to push the train in reverse to negotiate the incline, giving rise to the nickname "The Backwards Railroad." The train, the line, and the 1911 depot have been restored and rides are once again a tourist attraction. EPHEM 2459 Very Good Condition. Ephemera

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9.

MOUNT HOOD RAILROAD COMPANY: 1928 Cancelled Check
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Publisher: Hood River Orgon 1928.
Mount Hood Railroad Company: July 1928. Issued at Baker, Oregon by J.W. Pentney, auditor, in the amount of $150.00 to J.M. Eccles, Eccles Bldg. (Ogden Utah) and endorsed by hand by J.M. Eccles . Rubber stamped and punched cancellation, not affecting signatures. Crisp, clean condition. The Mount Hood Railway Company was established in 1906 to transport men and materials to the logging camps and mills of the Upper Hood River Valley (Oregon) and to transport lumber back down. Eventually area fruit growers also came to depend on the line, and it was a popular means of transportation for locals and tourists. Because three miles of the route is on steep a steep grade the locomotive had to push the train in reverse to negotiate the incline, giving rise to the nickname "The Backwards Railroad." The train, the line, and the 1911 depot have been restored and rides are once again a tourist attraction. EPHEM 2460 Very Good Condition. Ephemera

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10.

MOUNT HOOD RAILROAD COMPANY: 1928 Cancelled Check
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Publisher: Hood River Orgon 1928.
Mount Hood Railroad Company: July 1928. Issued at Baker, Oregon by J.W. Pentney, auditor, in the amount of $150.00 to J.M. Eccles, Eccles Bldg. (Ogden Utah) and endorsed by hand by J.M. Eccles . Rubber stamped and punched cancellation, not affecting signatures. Crisp, clean condition. The Mount Hood Railway Company was established in 1906 to transport men and materials to the logging camps and mills of the Upper Hood River Valley (Oregon) and to transport lumber back down. Eventually area fruit growers also came to depend on the line, and it was a popular means of transportation for locals and tourists. Because three miles of the route is on steep a steep grade the locomotive had to push the train in reverse to negotiate the incline, giving rise to the nickname "The Backwards Railroad." The train, the line, and the 1911 depot have been restored and rides are once again a tourist attraction. EPHEM 2461 Very Good Condition. Ephemera

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11.

MOUNT HOOD RAILROAD COMPANY: 1928 Cancelled Check
 Picture
Publisher: Hood River Orgon 1928.
Mount Hood Railroad Company: July 1928. Issued at Baker, Oregon by J.W. Pentney, auditor, in the amount of $100.00 to W.J. Eccles (Baker Oregon) and endorsed by hand by W.J. Eccles. Rubber stamped and punched cancellation, not affecting signatures. Crisp, clean condition. The Mount Hood Railway Company was established in 1906 to transport men and materials to the logging camps and mills of the Upper Hood River Valley (Oregon) and to transport lumber back down. Eventually area fruit growers also came to depend on the line, and it was a popular means of transportation for locals and tourists. Because three miles of the route is on steep a steep grade the locomotive had to push the train in reverse to negotiate the incline, giving rise to the nickname "The Backwards Railroad." The train, the line, and the 1911 depot have been restored and rides are once again a tourist attraction. EPHEM 2462 Very Good Condition. Ephemera

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12.

MOUNT HOOD RAILROAD COMPANY: 1928 Cancelled Check
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Publisher: Hood River Orgon 1928.
Mount Hood Railroad Company: July 1928. Issued at Baker, Oregon by W.J. Eccles "for the Vice President, " in the amount of $112.50 to W.J. Eccles (Baker Oregon) and endorsed by hand by W.J. Eccles. Rubber stamped and punched cancellation, not affecting signatures. Crisp, clean condition. The Mount Hood Railway Company was established in 1906 to transport men and materials to the logging camps and mills of the Upper Hood River Valley (Oregon) and to transport lumber back down. Eventually area fruit growers also came to depend on the line, and it was a popular means of transportation for locals and tourists. Because three miles of the route is on steep a steep grade the locomotive had to push the train in reverse to negotiate the incline, giving rise to the nickname "The Backwards Railroad." The train, the line, and the 1911 depot have been restored and rides are once again a tourist attraction. EPHEM 2463 Very Good Condition. Ephemera

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13.

100 Years of Railroad Progress - Railroad Poster Stamp Album (Chicago Railroad Fair).

Publisher: Chicago: Chicago Railroad Fair, 1949..
No Edition Indicated Quarto in staplebound wraps with mailing envelope and sheet of stamps. Unpaginated, but about 44 pages with spaces for the 100 stamps provided on the still-intact perforated sheet. An artifact of a major event held in Chicago during 1948 and 1949. Remarkably nice condition with the original mailing envelope included. The perforations are starting to give way where the sheet is folded and the mailing envelope (unused) has some edgewear. The booklet is unworn. Softcover Softcover Near Fine

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14.

Constitution and Statutes Rules of Order

Publisher: Order of Railway Conductors and Brakemen Colorado Springs, CO 1962.
203 pages. Clean and tight. "Laws governing the mutural benefit department and the accident insurance department of the Order of Railway Conductors and Brakemen." Light brown paper binding 1962 No Jacket Printer Wrapper Very Good 16mo - over 5" - 6" tall

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15.

Saddler's Railroad Time Book for Use of Engineers and Firemen
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Publisher: Saddler, 1946.
Book used April-July, 1946 by H. W. King, recording servie in Delaware and Hurlock, Maryland, including notice to King on request for overtime. G cover with some scuffs. Some pps used, tanned. 7 1/2 x4 "

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16.

Quiz on Railroads and Railroading
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Publisher: Association of American Railroads, 1953.
VG booklet, decorative cover with minimal wear. Stapled binding is tight. Pps are slightly tanned. 10 3/4x8", 64 pps with index and many illustrations. 10th Edition

Appr.: | AUD 15.00 CAD 14.63 EUR 10.61 GBP 7.67 JPY 1,170.00 MXN 146.25 ZAR 130.00 

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17.
Baker, Stanley L.; Virginia Brainard Kunz.  
The Collector's Book of Railroadiana.

Publisher: New York: Castle, 1976..
Later Printing, 1984 Hardback quarto, about 11 inches tall, in blue cloth. 240 pages illustrated by photographs. A thorough look at the various kinds of collectibles in the field including toys and models, timetables and passes, china and silver, and a very good section on books and guides. A clean, bright and soundly bound copy with no sign of wear. The jacket has insignificant edge wear and a small chip at top rear panel. Hardcover Hardcover Near Fine in Very Good Dustjacket

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18.
Burlington Railroad.  
The Denver Zephyr between Chicago, Denver and Colorado Springs features Vista-Domes...

Publisher: Burlington RR [196-?].
Color picture postcard, unused. Required four-cent stamp. Shows two people on horseback watching the tail of a train on a two-track line headed for a mountain range. Stock# 40953c. Price includes first-class postage (postcard sent in envelope).

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19.
Canadian National Railways.  
Canadian National Railways Register Ticket. 15 March, 1959.

Publisher: [Montreal, Canadian National Railways, 1959].
7.5 x 12.5 cm. (3" x 5"). Filled in for Ste Anne station, train no. 10, Engine 454, conductor Kaine, Engineman Messer. Arrived 7:54 AM, left 7:55. Stock#40954a. VG. Price includes 1st class postage in US.

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20.
Canadian Pacific Railroad  
By train through the Canadian Rockies the Canadian Pacific way

Publisher: Canadian Pacific Railroad, [1953?].
24 p., color photos, maps, 24.5 cm. stapled in pictorial paper covers; The Canadian Pacific offered a number of trains between Montreal and Toronto and Vancouver. Stock#39,888. Vg.

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21.
Cheshire Railroad Company  
Freight bill

Publisher: Keene,NH, Cheshire Railroad Company, 1865.
7 x 17 cm. ( 2 3/4 x 6 5/8 inches). Printed form, filled out in ink dated Sept 30, 1863 for carrying three barrels of crackers from Athol Mfg. to Manchester Station. Stock# 40,865. Vg.

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22.
Consolidated Classification Committee, Chicago  
Consolidated Freight Classification. No 9

Publisher: Chicago, Ill., Blakely, 1934.
clviii, 437 p., tables, illus.; 28 cm. This is how railroads in the United States determined shipping rates. The 158 pages in Roman numerals provide a tutorial on rules, regulations, and procedures for shipping by rail. Stock#36509. Good+/ paper.

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23.
Crisp, Dr. J. Douglas [descriptions], Illustrated by: Color Plates  
HEART OF THE ROCKIES IN COLORADO
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Publisher: Williamson-Haffner Engraving Co. For Denver & Rio Grande Railway Denver Colorado 1906.
Dark blue paper covers in horizontal format, with color rendition paste-down, gold titles and gold string binding cord. With 23 color renditions of scenes and places, each pasted down on individual black pages; plus descriptions of each by Douglas Crisp and a route map of the Denver and Rio Grande System. An extremely attractive "tour" book sold only on Denver and Rio Grande trains. Views include scenics, many with tunnels, tracks, or trains, plus views of downtown Denver, the Antlers Hotel, Colorado Springs, etc. Covers are a bit worn along the lapped edges with several very short closed tears, descriptive pages are age-toned, color prints and titles are clean and glowing! A very nice early Colorado or Railway collectible. Epemera 2639 Apparent First Edition Paperbound Very Good Condition 4to - over 9" - 12" Tall [horizontal format] Railroad

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24.
Davis, J. Frank, Illustrated by: Photos, Map & Illustrations  
Texas : Its History and Its Heroes

Publisher: Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad Commpany 1936.
unpaginated, blu-orange-wht SC wraps w/illustrated front cover. This booklet was written for the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines and published in 1936, in observance of the centennial of Texas independence. The Katy Lines presents the principal events in Texas history and the lives of some of the leaders who made independence possible. small chips on bottom front corners of the covers. No Jacket Soft Cover w/staples Very Good 8vo - over 8" - 9" Tall Octavo

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25.
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad Company.  
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad Company Conductor's Cash Fare Single Trip Ticket.

Publisher: [Scranton, Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad Co.] 1950s?.
7 x 16 cm. (3" x 6 1/2"). The Lackawanna was known as "The Anthracite Line." Punched ticket for 60 cents. Stock# 40864e. Good+. Price includes first-class postage.

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26.
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad Company.  
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad Company Blank Clearance Form A.

Publisher: [Scranton, Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad Co.] 1920s?.
One sheet, 12.5 x 17 cm. (5" x 7"). "The Anthracite Line." "Copies will be made for each Conductor, Engineman and Operator or Dispatcher." Stock#40864. Good+. Price includes first-class postage.

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27.
Erie Railroad.  
Erie Railroad Passenger ticket check stub.

Publisher: [Buffalo, Erie RR, 19??].
9 x 2.5 cm. (3 1/2" x 1"). "Keep this in sight." Founded in 1832, based in Buffalo, the Erie ran between the banks of the Hudson across from New York to Buffalo. Unpunched. Faded pink. Price includes first-class postage. Stock#40953a.

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28.
Frisco Railroad, Springfield, Missouri.  
Frisco Railroad Conductor ticket check slip.

Publisher: [Springfield, Missouri, Frisco, 195??].
9 x 2.5 cm. (3 1/2" x 1"). Unpunched; VG. Stock#40953b. Price includes first-class postage.

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29.
Hungerford, John B.  
Narrow Gauge to Silverton

Publisher: Hungerford Press Reseda, CA 1962.
36 pages. Clean and tight. Black/white photos. Map on front end page. We also have a 5th printing for $6.00. 10th Printing No Jacket Printer Wrapper Very Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall

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30.
Joyce-Cridland Company.  
Catalog of Lifting Jacks: Every Type, All Sizes - - General Catalog K (Cover title: Joyce Jacks).

Publisher: Dayton OH: Joyce-Cridland Co., 1927..
No Edition Indicated Softcover trade catalog, about 9 inches tall, in olive drab decorated in red and black. 90 pages illustrated by drawings photographs. This company manufactured jacks used to lift steam engines among other things. A small bifold hand-out (probably contemporary) is laid in for "Duff High Speed Ball Bearing Screw Jacks". It has some red staining on the rear. The catalog is in remarkable condition: clean, sound, with very light wear to the extremities. Softcover Softcover Near Fine

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31.
Klamkin, Charles.  
Railroadiana: The Collector's Guide to Railroad Memorabilia.

Publisher: New York: Funk & Wagnalls, 1976..
First Edition Hardback octavo in cream yellow cloth. 174 pages illustrated by photographs, some in color. A thorough look at the various kinds of collectibles in the field including toys and models, timetables and passes, china and silver, etc. A clean, bright and soundly bound copy with minor wear to extremities. The jacket is a bit toned and soiled, the spine slightly darkened. Hardcover Hardcover Near Fine in Very Good Dustjacket

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32.
Lehigh Valley Railroad  
Lehigh Valley Railroad Schedule Of Trains, The Route Of The Black Diamond

Publisher: Hill Press Bernardsville, NJ 1975.
Very Good+ Reprint Softcover The train stopped running in 1959, this schedule being a reprint of the 1931 schedule. Approximately 8 x 9 folded in half. ; 19 pages; 28068

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33.
National Railway Publication Co.  
The Official List of Inter-Line Ticket Agents and Passenger Traffic Officers.

Publisher: New York: National Railway Publication Co., 1942-1947..
Periodicals An 11 inch hardcover binder in sage green cloth with paper label title on cover. This contains a run of this quarterly publication from 1942 through 1947; that is, all issues for six years. Each of the 24 issues is in staple-bound wraps and contains 56 pages with, as might be expected, the names of these figures across the country. Three issues are detached from the two-hole posts. The paper, of poor quality to begin with, is moderately toned. The binder spine is moderately sunned and the joints are beginning to tear at the head. Otherwise a clean set of an unbroken run of this periodical. Hardcover Hardcover Good

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34.
New York Central Rail Road.  
New York Central Rail Road Ticket stub.

Publisher: New York Central Rail Road, 1956.
6 x 6 cm. (2 1/2" x 2 1/2"). Ticket stub filled in with ink. Account is the Colorado & South. Ticket from Denver to Colorado Springs. Stamped on back Jul 30 1956. Stock#40954b. Good+. Price includes 1st class postage in US.

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35.
New York Central System.  
Examination for Firemen or Helpers on Other than Steam Power. First, Second, and Third Series of Questions and Answers and Examination for Hostler. Locomotive Operation. Effective July 1, 1956.

Publisher: New York Central System, 1956.
Includes Observation after starting diesel engines; Steam generator; Air brakes; Automatic train stop; Rail diesel car; New MU cars series 4500 to 4599, New York electric territory; Mechanical; Federal or state regulations. Sounds like the stuff Tootle had to learn... 237 p., photos; flexible 2-hole binder. Stock# 32,615

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36.
New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad / RR Company.  
New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad. Bill of Lading & Conductors' Report of Switching.

Publisher: New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company.
2 Printed forms: the Bill of Lading (27.5 x 21 cm) is dated 25 June, 1919 and the Conductors' Report of Switching (14.5 x 21.5 cm.) is blank. Stock# 40,501. both vg.

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37.
New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad / RR Company.  
Instruction Book of the....R.R. For The Government of Electric Locomotive Engineers Conductors and Trainmen

Publisher: New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad. [1910?].
17 p., 17 cm. Title continues: In the Operation of Multiple Unit Equipment. "B.R. Pollock General Superintendent. G.W. Wildin Mechanical Supervisor." There is a nine line mimeographed correction pasted to the botom of p. 17. Loose in the rear is a printed note dated Ausust, 1914, with corrected signals. Stock# 40,502. Vg/ stiff boards.

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38.
New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad / RR Company.  
Schedule of Instructions and Rates of Pay Affecting Engineers ...Effective May 1, 1920.

Publisher: New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad. .
160 p., 15 cm. Cover title: Schedule and Agreement with Engineers Firemen and Hostlers. A good view into working conditions of locomotive engineers in post-World War I. Also contains membership receipt circa 1920, in the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Engineers. Stock# 40,503. Vg/ stiff boards.

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39.
Pennsylvania Railroad  
Memorabilia

Publisher: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Railroad, 1927.
Three pieces. 1) exchange ticket from West Philadelphia to Broad Street Station, unpunched 1929-1934; 2.) passenger's check; punched for June 23; and 3.)card schedule for Bristol, PA line, Sept. 1927. Stock# 39,905. Good+

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40.
Pennsylvania Railroad  
Arrival Notice. Printed form. April, 1929

Publisher: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Railroad, 1929.
One [age printed form. Filled in to indicate arrival of two crates of tulip stands to Beaver Falls, PA. Stock# 39,904. Good+

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41.
Pennsylvania Railroad  
100 Years Of Progress in Modern Railroading

Publisher: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Railroad, 1933.
fold. illus. brochure. 12 panels, 16 x 9 cm. The history of the Pennsylvania Railroad in a ahndy pocket form. Stock# 39,890. Vg

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42.
Pennsylvania Railroad. Traffic Department  
Letter on PRR Letterhead 20 July, 1929

Publisher: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Railroad, 1929.
One page, two paragraph typed letter on PRR Letterhead, 20 July, 1929 re claim for lost chairs to Beaver Falls, PA. Stock# 39,903. Vg

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43.
Railway Express Agency.  
Railway Express Agency Envelope.

Publisher: Railway Express Agency..
4" x 9 1/2". Empty, unused tan envelope. Stock#40954c. Good. Price includes 1st class postage in US.

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44.
Ridgeway, Arthur  
The Case of Train Number 3

Publisher: Rocky Mountain Railroad Club Denver, CO 1957.
68 pages of text, black/white photos & early fold-out map of Pueblo, CO. Minor fading of blue paper cover. The story of a black & terrifying night in early summer in Pueblo, CO. On that night so long ago, a terrible flood wrecked havoc in this southern Colorado town and railyard. First Edition No Jacket Original Wraps Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall

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45.
Rock Island Railroad.  
Rock Island Railroad Ticket. Chicago to Des Moines. July 19, 1951.

Publisher: Chicago, Rock Island Railroad, 1951.
5 x 9.5 cm. (2" x 3 3/4"). Pink ticket "Rocket Reservation Card." Stamped and punched. Stock#40953d. Vg. Price includes first-class postage.

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46.
Rutland Railroad Company  
Typed 6 line Letter 15 November, 1920

Publisher: Rutland, Vermont, 1920.
1 page, 27 x 20 cm. From W.E. Osborn, Freight Claim Manager to a customer in Burlington sending forms. Stock# 40,866. Good, frayed edges.

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47.
Street Railway Accountants' Association of America.  
1897 POSTAL CARD WITH PAID REPLY: REQUEST FOR OPINION OF MEMBERS.
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Publisher: United States Postal Service..
Scott's #UY1. 3.5' by 5.5'. Addressed in handwriting to 'Mr. E. S. Doud, Secy. Lehigh Traction Co. Hazelton Pa.' Pre-printed message: Street Railway Accountants' Association of America. Dear Sir:- In order to learn the opinion of the members of this Association for the benefit of the Executive Committee, may I ask you to please use the reply portion of this card and answer the questions printed there? Returning it promptly to me. Your respectfully, W. B. Brockway Secretary. Toledo, O., July 23rd, 1897.' The Association issued this card to members prior to formulating & adopting a standard of accounting for electric railways. Postal Card is cancelled with 2 vertical creases and lacking the reply portion o/w Good, i.e. obvious signs of use with no major defects. NOTE: Shipping for this item via 1st Class Mail is $1.00. Your shipping charge will appear as $4.00 in the Shopping Cart, but will be lowered before your credit card is charged. SEE SCAN.

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48.
The Rio Grande Southern Railroad  
Letter, typed March 2nd, 1896

Publisher: Denver, RGS RR, 1896.
1 page. 5 lines. 29 x 20.5 cm. (11 x 8 inches) Edward T. Jeffery, president of the The Rio Grande Southern Railroad, to W.D. Lee, superintendent of said RR, approves upholstering Coach No. 22. Stock# 40,867. Good+, frayed along edges

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49.
Traveler's Insurance Company  
The Health And Welfare Plan Of The Nation's Railroads And The RailwayLabor Organizations
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Publisher: Traveler's Insurance Company 1979.
Near Fine Softcover 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 76 pages; 28074RReph

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50.
Union Pacific Railroad  
Time tables. June 17, 1951

Publisher: Omaha Printing Company, 1951.
51 p., 23 cm. Stapled; folded vertically (as usual). Stock# 39,887. Good+/ paper tanned;

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51.
Worcester [Mass.] & Nashua [NH] Railroad  
Pass

Publisher: Worcester [Mass.] & Nashua [NH] Railroad, 1868.
5.5 x 9.2 cm. Dated (in print ) January 1st,1868. Until Dec. 31st,1868. Pass filled out (in ms.) to "J.M. Belden, Esq., Secretary PH& G R.R." Stock# 39,906. Railroad memorabilia.

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