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Category: All Categories: Transportation: Railroads: Railroad Stories
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1.
Abdill, George B.  
This Was Railroading

Publisher: Bonanza NY N.D..
Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket Hardcover 051703462x Edgewear; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; 192 pages; 24055

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2.
Botkin, B. A. Editor  
TREASURY OF RAILROAD FOLKLORE The Stories, Tall Tales, Traditions, Balladsand Songs of the American Railroad

Publisher: Crown New York NY 1953.
Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket; Edgewear. Previous owner's name. ; 530 pages

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3.
Bromley, Joseph as told to Page Cooper w/illus. by Stephen J. Voorhies  
Clear the Tracks! The Story of an Old-Time Locomotive Engineer

Publisher: New York: Whittlesey House, 1943..
288pp. illus. russet cloth 8vo: Very Good/no dj [bookplate; very brief ink gift inscription ffep; else a nice clean, complete & tight copy]

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4.
Crewdson, Charles Illustrator: Illustrated by J. J. Gould  
TALES OF THE ROAD
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Publisher: Thompson & Thomas Chicago, IL 1905.
Third Edition Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket; Edges bumped; 352 pages

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5.
Donovan, Frank, and Robert Selph Henry (editors)  
Headlights & Markers

Publisher: Golden West Books San Marino, CA 1968.
Very Good+ in Good dust jacket Hardcover DJ, edgeworn, rubbed and chipped, in new mylar. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 396 pages; 26796

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6.
Green, Roger editor  
TRAIN
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Publisher: Oxford University Press London 1982.
First Edition Hardcover Very Good in Very Good dust jacket; Small Oxford Books ; B&W Illustrations; 112 pages

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7.
London, O. C.  
Trains Around The World

Publisher: Octopus 1973.
Very Good in Very Good dust jacket Reprint Hardcover 36 color, 129 black and white illustrations. DJ in mylar. ; 070640078x 4to 11" - 13" tall; 144 pages; 26378

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8.
Mills, W.  
4 ft 8-1/2 and All That : a sort of railway History

Publisher: Ian Allen London, England 1968.
68 pp, red cloth covered boards w/silver letters, dj cream-blk w/color pictorial front and back covered illustrated in black & white. " Railway humour at its best - satirical history coupled with brilliant illustration." tear on dj back repaired w/archival tape on the inside, dj in brodart protector, small chips dj corners. Reprint Good- Hard Cover Very Good 8vo - Over 8" - 9" Tall

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9.
Railroad Stories (Dave Martin; Engine Picture Kid; William S. Lee; Emmett Watson; Bozo Texino; James W. Earp; Asahel Nie  
RAILROAD Stories: February, Feb. 1935
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Publisher: Frank A. Munsey Co. NY 1935.
Vol. XVI, No. 3. Pulp magazine. Cover art is uncredited for "The Silver Cross" (novelette) by E. S. Dellinger. Includes ""The Greatest Engineer in the World" by Dave Martin; "Life Begins on the 8.40" by Engine Picture Kid; "Seventy-Eight Years Ago" (True Tale) by William S. Lee; "War Passenger" (True Tale) by Emmett Watson; "Big John Jones of the I.-G.N." (True Tale) by Bozo Texino; "Summertime Snow" by James W. Earp; "Benny the Bum" by Asahel Nielson; "the Ballast Scorcher" by 'Boomer Bill' Hayes. Illustrated Features: "You Pay More to Ship by Truck" by George L. Phillips; "Is Steam on It's Way Out?"; "When the Circus Went West" by E. J. Baker; "On the Old Carson & Colorado" by John Considine; "America's Only Railroad Station Chapel" by H. R. Edwards; "Famous Engineeers: Martin H. Lee" by Stookie Allen; "Railroads That Vanished" by E. N. Martel; "Locomotives of the Bangor & Aroostook Railroad"; "How to Buils a Model Hand car" by Chas. G. Cunningham; "The New Million-Dollar Streamline Car"; "How Engine Builders Make Photos" by Paul T. Warner. Six Popular Departments: "The Boomers' Corner"; "Sunny Side of the Track"; "By the light of the Lantern"; "The Model Trading Post"; "On the Spot"; "International Engine Picture Club". Illustrated by Farren, Emmett Watson, Hilliker, prints and photos. Short tear at upper front hinge, creased. Single Issue Magazine Very Good

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10.
Railroad Stories (E. S. Dellinger; C. Funkhouser; Ralph A. Snyder; Dr. R. G. Simmons; John Burns; William H. Overley; Ea  
RAILROAD Stories: March, Mar. 1936
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Publisher: Frank A. Munsey Co. NY 1936.
Vol. XIX, No. 4. Pulp magazine. Cover art by Emmett Watson for "The Road to Addis Ababa" (novelette) by E. S. Dellinger. Includes "Grouchy Joins the Human race" by C. Funkhouser; "Ham factory Days" by Ralph A. Snyder; "The Wreck at Thaxton" (True Tale) by Dr. R. G. Simmons; "High Spots and Low Joints" (True Tale) by John Burns; "A Carload of Mules" (True Tale) by William H. Overley; "The Boomers Expand" (novelette) by Earle Davis. Illustrated Features: "Casey Jones's Fireman" by Eldon Roark; "Old Days on the Diamond Jo Line" by W. A. Anderson; "Along the Iron Pike" by J. Easley; "March in Rail History"; "Mexico's Biggest R.R. Disaster" (not illustrated) by N. A. Critchett; "The Last of the Jesse James Gang" by E. J. Baker; "Who's Who in the Crew: Ralph A. Snyder" by Stookie Allen; "A Tragic Christmas Eve" by Jack Beater; "Locomotives of the Norfolk & Western Railway"; "Heroes of the Roaring Road" by W. Berry & F. Hilker; "Model Railroading" by Charles G. Cunningham. Six Popular Departments: "The Boomer Trail"; "Railroad Rimes"; "By the Light of the Lantern"; "International Engine Picture Club"; "On the Spot"; "The Sunny Side of the Track". Illustrated by Emmet Watson, and others, and photos and prints. Piece out at front lower-mid foredge; tanning. Single Issue Magazine Very Good-

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11.
Railroad Stories (Ed Samples; 'Turkey' Moore; James Deegan; Clifford Funkhouser; Engine Picture Kid; Dave A. Martin; Jam  
RAILROAD Stories: May 1936
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Publisher: Frank A. Munsey Co. NY 1936.
Vol. XIX, No. 6. Pulp magazine. Cover art by Emmett Watson ('Old Time Railroading: Here She Comes!"). Includes "Rio Grande" (Historical Novelette) by Ed Samples; "Boomers in the Tropics" (True Tale) by 'Turkey' Moore; (True Tale) "The Trolley Racket" by James Deegan; "The Taming of Wisehead" (True Tale) by Clifford Funkhouser; "Uncle Tom's Caboose" by Engine Picture Kid; "Chinook Charlie Comes Home" by Dave A. Martin; "The Trick at Eagle's Nest" by James W. Fraser; "The Female Op" by Harry C. Temple. Illustrated Features: "Along the Iron Pike" by Joseph Easley; "Misery & Short Life" by Jim Holden; "The Mogul" by Arthur Curran; "The Engineers' Brotherhood" by Charles F. Carter; "Who's Who in the Crew: James Deegan" by Stookie Allen; "Cuba's First Locomotive" by Russell Raymond Voorhees; "Locomtives of the Long Island Railroad"; "The Woodstock Bridge Disaster" by N. A. Critchett; "Foreign Timetables" by Charles Irving Corwin. Six Popular Departments: "The Sunny Side of the Track"; "By the Light of the Lantern"; "International Engine Picture Club"; "The Boomer Trail"; "On the Spot"; "Model Railroading". Illustrated by Emmett Watson, Hilliker, Temple, J. Easley, and others, and photos and prints. Standard wear and tear at edges, but a little less than usual; tanning. Single Issue Magazine Very Good+

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12.
Railroad Stories (Ed Samples; 'Turkey' Moore; James Deegan; Clifford Funkhouser; Engine Picture Kid; Dave A. Martin; Jam  
RAILROAD Stories: May 1936
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Publisher: Frank A. Munsey Co. NY 1936.
Vol. XIX, No. 6. Pulp magazine. Cover art by Emmett Watson ('Old Time Railroading: Here She Comes!"). Includes "Rio Grande" (Historical Novelette) by Ed Samples; "Boomers in the Tropics" (True Tale) by 'Turkey' Moore; (True Tale) "The Trolley Racket" by James Deegan; "The Taming of Wisehead" (True Tale) by Clifford Funkhouser; "Uncle Tom's Caboose" by Engine Picture Kid; "Chinook Charlie Comes Home" by Dave A. Martin; "The Trick at Eagle's Nest" by James W. Fraser; "The Female Op" by Harry C. Temple. Illustrated Features: "Along the Iron Pike" by Joseph Easley; "Misery & Short Life" by Jim Holden; "The Mogul" by Arthur Curran; "The Engineers' Brotherhood" by Charles F. Carter; "Who's Who in the Crew: James Deegan" by Stookie Allen; "Cuba's First Locomotive" by Russell Raymond Voorhees; "Locomtives of the Long Island Railroad"; "The Woodstock Bridge Disaster" by N. A. Critchett; "Foreign Timetables" by Charles Irving Corwin. Six Popular Departments: "The Sunny Side of the Track"; "By the Light of the Lantern"; "International Engine Picture Club"; "The Boomer Trail"; "On the Spot"; "Model Railroading". Illustrated by Emmett Watson, Hilliker, Temple, J. Easley, and others, and photos and prints. Minor edge tears and creases; mild tanning. Single Issue Magazine Very Good+ to Near Fine

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Railroad Stories (Edmund E. Pugsley; Charles W. Tyler; Ed Samples; Watson B. Berry; Harry R. Drummond; James C. Southcot  
RAILROAD Stories: April, Apr. 1936
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Publisher: Frank A. Munsey Co. NY 1936.
Vol. XIX, No. 5. Pulp magazine. Cover art by Emmett Watson. Includes "The Big Hill" by Edmund E. Pugsley; "The Angel of Canyon pass" by Charles W. Tyler; "Link and Pin" (novelette) by Ed Samples; "Wood-Burners" (True Tale) by Watson B. Berry; "The Skipper Uses His Head" (True Tale) by Harry R. Drummond; "Riding the Freight" (True Tale) by James C. Southcott; "Broken links" (True Tale) by 'Highball' John Burns; "Closing Days" by Ralph A. Snyder; "Rolling Down to Reno" by Engine Picture Kid. Illustrated Features: "Along the Iron Pike" by Joseph Easly; "Railway Express Messenger No. 1" by H. R. Edwards; "Locomotives of the Northwestern Pacific Railroad"; "Street-Car Thrills" by George Beater; "World's Oldest Locomotive Works" by Hugh White; "Conquering the Hoosac" by Clif Belcher; "A Race That Cost 44 Lives" by E. B. Heineman; "Who's Who in the Crew: John J. Burns" by Stookie Allen; "Juggling a Nitro Train" by R. A. Emberg. Six Popular Departments: "By the Light of the Lantern"; "The Boomer Trail"; "The Sunny Side of the Track"; "International Engine Picture Club"; "On the Spot"; "Model Railroading". Illustrated by Rollin Kirby, J. Campbell Farren, Easley, Hilliker, Stuart Campbell, J. Easley, and others, and photos and prints. Tanning; standard wear and tear at edges; minor hole in hear cover. Single Issue Magazine Very Good

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14.
Railroad Stories (Engine Picture Kid; Charles F. Carter; Mel Lewis; Edmund E. Pugsley; Charles W. Tyler; James W. Earp;  
RAILROAD Stories: February, Feb. 1936
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Publisher: Frank A. Munsey Co. NY 1936.
Vol. XIX, No. 3. Pulp magazine. Cover art by Emmett Watson for "The Great Strike of 1877" (and illustrated Feature) by H. R. Edwards. Includes "Engine Picture Kid in Hollywood" by 'Engine Picture Kid'; "The Bridge Fell Twice" (True Tale) by Charles F. Carter; "Let 'Er Blow Up!" (True Tale) by Mel Lewis; "'Boes are 'Boes" by Edmund E. Pugsley; "The Road to Yesterday" by Charles W. Tyler; "Souvenirs for the Super" by James W. Earp; "Mileage Hog" (novelette) by E. S. Dellinger. Illustrated Features: "Wartime Railroading" by H. T. Wilkins; "The Eight-Wheeler" by Arthur Curran; "February in Rail History"; "Who's Who in the Crew: Charles W. Tyler" by Stookie Allen; "The Man Who Crossed the Continent in a Bus"; "Locamotives of the Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad"; "Electric Railway Stamps" by Robert White; "Along the Iron Pike" by J. Easley. Six Popular Departments: "The Sunny Side of the track"; "The Boomer Trail"; "By the Light of the Lantern"; "International Engine Picture Club"; "On the Spot"; "Model Railroading". Illustrated by Emmet Watson, Hilliker, Stuart Campbell, J. Easley, and others, and photos and prints. Tanning; rear cover foxed, frotn cover less so; standard wear and tear at edges. Single Issue Magazine Very Good-

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Railroad Stories (H. R. Edwards; Mike Duncan; Joe Easley; Chas. F. Carter; Stookie Allen; Ed Samples; Clifford Sweet; Ra  
RAILROAD Stories: February, Feb. 1937
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Publisher: Frank A. Munsey Co. NY 1937.
Vol. XXI, No. 3. Pulp magazine. Cover art by Emmett Watson, Illustrated Features: "Jim Hill's Great Adventure" by H. R. Edwards; "Trains That Are Making good (The Hiawatha)"; "A City-Owned Steam Road" by Mike Duncan; "Some of the Motive Power Used in Japan"; "Locomotives of the Denver & Rio Grande Western"; "Along the Iron Pike" by Joe Easley; "Train-Wrecking as an Outdoor Sport" by Chas. F. Carter; "Who's Who in the Crew (C. A. Roach)" by Stookie Allen; "Model Railroading". Fiction: "Blacklisted" (novelette) by Ed Samples; "Sauce for the Goose" by Clifford Sweet; "Agent for a Day" by Ralph A. Snyder; "The Sunset Special" by Dave Martin; "Railroad Fiction Books" by Frank Donovan, Jr. True Tales: "A Rush Coal Delivery" by 'Silent Slim'; 'A Comedy of Errors" by 'turkey' Moore. Popular Departments: "By the Light of the Lantern"; "International Engine Picture Club"; "The Boomer Trail"; "On the Spot". Illustrated by Easley, Farren, and others. Tanning; minor soiling. Single Issue Magazine Very Good+

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Railroad Stories (H. R. Edwards; Old-Timer; Joe Easley; Frederick Westing; John W. Merrill; Harry Bedwell; Dave Martin;  
RAILROAD Stories: November, Nov. 1936
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Publisher: Frank A. Munsey Co. NY.
[Vol. XX, No. 6.] Cover art by Emmett Watson. Illustrated Features: "Colossus of Roads (Commodore Vanderbilt)" by H. R. Edwards; "Trains That Are Making Good (The Blue Comet)"; "He 'Stole' a Monument" by 'Old-Timer'; "With Foreign Railways" by Joe Easley; "Builder of Iron Camels (Ross Winans)" by Frederick Westing; "Locomotives of the Delware & Hudson"; "It Was Fun Building the General Meade" by John W. Merrill. Fiction: "A Man Who Could Handle Trains" by Harry Bedwell; "Boxcar Mary" by Dave Martin; "Rawhider" (short novel) by E. S. Dellinger; "The Circus Special" by Frank L. Packard. True Tales: "Dispatching Trains While Asleep" by Doc Riker; "Bill Kretley's Fast Run" by Harry R. Drummond; "My Ride Under a Locomotive" by Bozo Texino. Six Popular Departments: "By the Light of the Lantern"; "The Sunny Side of the Track"; "International Engine Picture Club"; "The Boomer Trail"; "On the Spot"; "The Model Trading Post". Illustrated by J. Easley, Joe Farren, Hilliker, and others, and photos and prints. Minor tears, stress, and creases. Pulp Very Good+ to Near Fine

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Railroad Stories (Harold Titus; Tom McClary; Mart Ridenour; Charles F. Carter; Dave Martin; G. A. Lathrop; Fred Haskell;  
RAILROAD Stories: September, Sept. 1936
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Publisher: Frank A. Munsey Co. NY.
Vol. XX, No. 4. Cover art by Emmett Watson for Prize Contest. Includes "The Girl in the Zulu Car" by Harold Titus; "Commuter" by Tom McClary; "The Great Johnstown Flood" (True Tale) by Mart Ridenour; "Doctor of Ailing Locomotives" (True Tale) by Charles F. Carter; "Red Buck" (True Tale) by Dave Martin; "The Last Rockaway" by G. A. Lathrop; "Boomer Ink-Slinger" by Fred Haskell; "The Graveyard Trick" by E. S. Dellinger. Illustrated Features: "Speed in the Long Ago" by Frederick Westcott; "What's Wrong With this Picture?" by Joseph Easley; "Sculptured on a Tombstone" by E. B. Heineman; "A Secret Kept for 42 Years" by C. N. Crotsenburg; "The Ten-Wheeler" by Arthur Curran; "Along the Iron Pike" by Joseph Easley; "The World's Highest Standard-Gage Pike" by Robert White; "A Famous Railroad Fan" by Stookie Allen; "Locomotives of the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy"; "The One-Eyed Engineer" by Harry G. Rhodes; "Model Railroading: The Big Seven Route" by David Marshall. Six Popular Departments: "The Boomer Trail"; "The Sunny Side of the Track"; "Railroad Rimes"; "By the Light of the Lantern"; "International Engine Picture Club"; "On the Spot". Illustrated by J. Easley, Emmett Watson, and others, and photos and prints. Short tears at spine heel; less than standard wear and tear at edges. Pulp Very Good+ to Near Fine

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Railroad Stories (Harold Titus; William J. Parry; E. C. Huffsmith; Ed Lee; Engine Picture Kid; Edmund E. Pugsley; James  
RAILROAD Stories: June 1936
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Publisher: Frank A. Munsey Co. NY 1936.
Vol. XX, No. 1. Pulp magazine. Cover art by Emmett Watson ('Portrait of E. R. Harriman") for "The World's Greatest Railroad Man" (Illustrated Feature) by H. R. Edwards. Includes "Pig Iron" by Harold Titus; "Buried Alive" (True Tale) by William J. Parry; "Hoodoo Engine" (True Tale) by E. C. Huffsmith; "Disaster at James Creek" (True Tale) by Ed Lee; "Home on the Rails" by Engine Picture Kid; "Jacob's Ladder" by Edmund E. Pugsley; "The New Trainmaster" by James W. Earp; "The T-Series Mail Key" (novelette) by E. S. Dellinger. Illustrated Features: "Who's Who in the Crew: William J. Parry" by Stookie Allen; "Royal Blue Line" by Paul T. Warner; "Pioneer Railroading in Texas" by Jim Jeffers; "Locomotives of the Boston & Albany Railroad"; "The Pacific Type" by Arthur Curran; "Along the Iron Pike" by Joseph Easley. Six Popular Departments: "The Boomer Trail"; "The Sunny Side of the Track"; "By the Light of the Lantern"; "International Engine Picture Club"; "On the Spot"; "Model Railroading". Illustrated by J. Easley, Hilliker, and others, and photos and prints. Minor tears and creases; mild tanning; couple of stray pencil marks. Single Issue Magazine Very Good+

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Railroad Stories (Harold Titus; William J. Parry; E. C. Huffsmith; Ed Lee; Engine Picture Kid; Edmund E. Pugsley; James  
RAILROAD Stories: June 1936
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Publisher: Frank A. Munsey Co. NY 1936.
Vol. XX, No. 1. Pulp magazine. Cover art by Emmett Watson ('Portrait of E. R. Harriman") for "The World's Greatest Railroad Man" (Illustrated Feature) by H. R. Edwards. Includes "Pig Iron" by Harold Titus; "Buried Alive" (True Tale) by William J. Parry; "Hoodoo Engine" (True Tale) by E. C. Huffsmith; "Disaster at James Creek" (True Tale) by Ed Lee; "Home on the Rails" by Engine Picture Kid; "Jacob's Ladder" by Edmund E. Pugsley; "The New Trainmaster" by James W. Earp; "The T-Series Mail Key" (novelette) by E. S. Dellinger. Illustrated Features: "Who's Who in the Crew: William J. Parry" by Stookie Allen; "Royal Blue Line" by Paul T. Warner; "Pioneer Railroading in Texas" by Jim Jeffers; "Locomotives of the Boston & Albany Railroad"; "The Pacific Type" by Arthur Curran; "Along the Iron Pike" by Joseph Easley. Six Popular Departments: "The Boomer Trail"; "The Sunny Side of the Track"; "By the Light of the Lantern"; "International Engine Picture Club"; "On the Spot"; "Model Railroading". Illustrated by J. Easley, Hilliker, and others, and photos and prints. Lower rear hinge tears. Single Issue Magazine Very Good

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Railroad Stories (Joseph Easley; David Marshall; Bozo Texino; Frank Donovan, Jr.; Robert White; Charles E. Black; E. S.  
RAILROAD Stories: May 1937
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Publisher: Frank A. Munsey Co. NY 1937.
Vol. XXI, No. 6. Pulp magazine. Cover art by Otto Kuhler ("The Iron Horse in the Making"). Illustrated Features: "Along the Iron Pike" by Joseph Easley; "280, 000 Bridges" by David Marshall; "Trains That Are Making Good (the 400)"; "Blowing Our Own Horn" (editorial)"; "The Biggest Lie of the Month" by Bozo Texino; "Railroad Fiction Books - No 2" by Frank Donovan, Jr.; "The First Government-Issued Railway Stamp' by Robert White; "A Century of French Railroading" by Charles E. Black. Fiction: "Pensioned" by E. S. Dellinger; "The Genius" by Dave Drawbar; "Hoggers Are Stubborn" by Charles Layng; "Watermelon Time" by Don Livingston; "Count Your Chickens" by Clifford Sweet. True Tales: "Creamed Peas" by F. A. Goldsworthy; "An Adams Express Mystery" by H. G. Streight; "Memories of the Old Alton" by Sam Rodriges. Popular Departments: "By the Light of the Lantern"; "The Sunny Side of the Track"; "Santa Fe Locomotives"; "The Boomer Trail"; "International Engine Picture Club"; "Modern Motive Power: France" "On the Spot"; "Model Railroading". Illustrated by Joe Easley, Hilliker, Fairbank, and others. Tanning; minor soiling; standard wear and tear at edges. Single Issue Magazine Very Good

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Railroad Stories (Otto Kuhler; John Hockin; Arthur Curran; Joe Easley; David Evans; E. J. Baker; Ed Pugsley; Don Livings  
RAILROAD Stories: December, Dec. 1936
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Publisher: Frank A. Munsey Co. NY 1936.
Vol. XXI, No. 1. Cover art ("While the World Sleeps") by Otto Kuhler. Illustrated Features: "What the Public Thinks of the Railroads (Symposium)"; "Ceylon's Narrow-Guage" by John Hockin; "Trains That Are Making Good: The George Washington"; "The Atlantic Type" by Arthur Curran; "Along the Iron Pike" by by Joe Easley; "Locomotives of the Illinois Central Railroad"; "Chicago's Oldest 'L' Road" by David Evans; "The First Big Electric Wreck" by E. J. Baker. Fiction: "Ninety Days to Sober Up" by Ed Pugsley; "A Debt of Honor" by Don Livingston; "Missing Mules" (A Boomer Jones story) by James W. Earp; "Death Traps" (novelette) by E. S. Dellinger. True Tales: "Early Days in Montana" by Floyd Hartwell; "Disregarding Orders" by Frederick M. Westcott; "Chased by Burning Cars" by Duff Brown. Popular Departments: "By the Light of the Lantern"; "The Sunny Side of the Track"; "International Engine Picture Club"; "The Boomer Trail"; "On the Spot"; "Model Railroading". Illustrated by J. Easley, Emmett Watson, Hilliker, Joe Farren, and others, and photos and prints. Tanning; standard edgewear; a little creasing. Single Issue Magazine Very Good

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Railroad Stories (Otto Kuhler; John Hockin; Arthur Curran; Joe Easley; David Evans; E. J. Baker; Ed Pugsley; Don Livings  
RAILROAD Stories: December, Dec. 1936
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Publisher: Frank A. Munsey Co. NY 1936.
Vol. XXI, No. 1. Cover art ("While the World Sleeps") by Otto Kuhler. Illustrated Features: "What the Public Thinks of the Railroads (Symposium)"; "Ceylon's Narrow-Guage" by John Hockin; "Trains That Are Making Good: The George Washington"; "The Atlantic Type" by Arthur Curran; "Along the Iron Pike" by by Joe Easley; "Locomotives of the Illinois Central Railroad"; "Chicago's Oldest 'L' Road" by David Evans; "The First Big Electric Wreck" by E. J. Baker. Fiction: "Ninety Days to Sober Up" by Ed Pugsley; "A Debt of Honor" by Don Livingston; "Missing Mules" (A Boomer Jones story) by James W. Earp; "Death Traps" (novelette) by E. S. Dellinger. True Tales: "Early Days in Montana" by Floyd Hartwell; "Disregarding Orders" by Frederick M. Westcott; "Chased by Burning Cars" by Duff Brown. Popular Departments: "By the Light of the Lantern"; "The Sunny Side of the Track"; "International Engine Picture Club"; "The Boomer Trail"; "On the Spot"; "Model Railroading". Illustrated by J. Easley, Emmett Watson, Hilliker, Joe Farren, and others, and photos and prints. Glue repairs at hinge ends; 2/3" missing at heel; standard wear and tear to edges. Single Issue Magazine Very Good-

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Reinhart, Richard  
Out West on the Overland Train, Across the Continent Excursion with Leslie's Magazine in 1877 and the Overland Trip in 1
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Publisher: Castle Books, Secaucus, NJ, 1967.
VG paper over board hardback, G- DJ. Cover with bent spine edges, one small puncture on front, bumped corners. DJ has edge wear, mended tears bottom front and top back, some scuffs. Binding tight. End papers and pp are VG+, a few scattered spots on outside edges. Folio, 297 pp with b/w illustrations, footnotes and index. Because of the size and weight of the book(s), please contact us to arrange for mailing or for shipping outside the continental USA.

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Shearer, Frederick E., Editor  
The Pacific Tourist, The 1884 Illustrated Trans-Continental Guide to Travel from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean
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Publisher: Bounty Books, New York, 1970.
VG+ cloth hardback, VG DJ. Cover with slightly frayed spine edges. DJ has edge wear, small chips on spine, some scuffs. Binding tight. End papers and pp look unused. 8vo, 372 pp with b/w illustrations plus index and ads. Reprint of 1884 train travel guide including original drawings.

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