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TRAINS ALBUM OF RAILROAD PHOTOGRAPHS, BOOK 7, ELECTRIC RAILWAYS

By: N/A

Price: $9.00

Publisher: Milwaukee, Kalmbach, c. 1944,: 1944

Seller ID: 10706

Condition: Good


Pages: 21, oblong, approx. 14 in. wide by 10 1/4 in. high, stiff pictorial boards, spiral bound, Black and white photo repros. printed on one side of each page; creasing on front cover corner, Good. 112504A View more info

TRAINS ALBUM OF RAILROAD PHOTOGRAPHS, NEW ENGLAND RAILROADS, BOOK 6

By: N/A

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Milwaukee, Kalmbach, c. 1944,: 1944

Seller ID: 10707

Condition: Very good


21 pages, oblong, approx. 14 in. wide by 10 1/4 in. high. Stiff pictorial boards, spiral bound, Includes black and white photo repros. printed on one side of the page, Very Good condition. 112504A View more info

TRAINS ALBUM OF RAILROAD PHOTOGRAPHS, BOOK 5, SOUTHERN RAILROADS

By: N/A

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Milwaukee, Kalmbach Publishing Co., (c. 1944),: 1944

Seller ID: 10722

Condition: Very Good


21 pages, oblong, approx. 14 in. by 10 1/4 in., stiff boards, spiral-bound, Includes black and white photo repros. printed on one side of the page. Very Good condition. 121004A View more info

THE WORLD FAMED MOUNT LOWE TRIP On Lines of The Pacific Electric Ry. in Southern California.

By: N/A

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Milwaukee, E. C. Kropp Co.: circa 1924

Seller ID: 000016228

Condition: Very good


Sixteen views in Colors. Oblong, small quarto, stapled wrappers, approx. 9 7/8" w by 7 3/4" tall. Inked date on front cover: January 31, 1930. E. C. Kropp Co. Milwaukee printed on rear cover. Some travel note written on inside rear cover by former owner. Light soil. With: Mount Lowe Daily News, newspaper, 2 sheets folded, 8 pages, printed in green ink on coated stock, printed date of January 24, 1924. W. W. Meador, editor. Lightly chipped at edges. 010608A View more info

PRIORITY SPECIAL.

By: Bedwell, Harry.

Price: $11.00

Publisher: San Francisco, Southern Pacific Railway Co.: 1945

Seller ID: 000017123

Condition: Good


Stapled pamphlet bound into a gray boards (for library use). [1-4] 5-30 [2] pages. Illustrated in black and orange. Ex-library, library stamp on first and last pages. Some page corners missing, not affecting text. One page preface by Claude E. Peterson, Vice President, System Passenger Traffic. " A short but true story of what went on one night on Southern Pacific's Los Angeles Division, when a hospital train moved out over the crowded rails." This story was anthologized in the collection : Headlights and Markers.042407A View more info

NEW ENGLAND TRANSPORTATION MONOPOLY (The Proposed Merger) An Address Delivered Before the New England Dry Goods Association. February 11, 1908.

By: Brandeis, Louis D.

Price: $35.00

Publisher: Boston, Massachusetts, Massachusetts Anti-Merger League: 1908

Edition: first edition

Seller ID: 000015631

Condition: Fair


Sewn pamphlet. 16 pages. Pages loose, some detached, chipped at center of spine. Taped on inside front and rear covers. Library stamp on verso of title page. 061508A View more info

WHEN RAILROADS WERE NEW.

By: Carter, Charles Frederick.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: New York, Simmons-Beardman Publishing Co.: (c. 1926)

Edition: Centenary Edition

Seller ID: 000015853

Condition: Very good


Octavo, xiv + 324 pages. Included black and white illustrations, index. Former owner signature on front free endpaper. Spine sunned, some scattered foxing, else Very Good. No dust jacket. 040414B includes chapters on: Early Days on the Erie; Pennsyslvania and the Pennsylvania Railroad; Genesis of the Vanderbilt System; Incubator Railroads, and more. 040414B View more info

Compliments of the Grand Lodge Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen Fifth Biennial Convention, Milwaukee, Wis., May 1901.

By: Cease, D. L. et al.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Milwaukee, 1901

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 000016651

Condition: Fair


Booklet, approx. 7 1/2" by 10 1/2", yellow card covers. Includes a long article by D. L. Crease about the history and the then current operations of the brotherhood, which includes photo reproductions. Also, a poem: The Railroad Brakeman; an article about The Ladies Auxiliary, and a final article: Short Story--Soon Told, Aims -- Accomplishments. 36 pages Ex-John Crerar library. Covers are soiled, as well as the first and last leaves. Covers have creasing and one corner is torn off. In a library binder. 122615B View more info

ENGLISH RAILWAYS. Their Development and Their Relation to the State

By: Cleveland-Stevens, Edward

Price: $35.00

Publisher: London, George Routledge and Sons, Ltd.: 1915

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 12690


Pages xvi + 332,octavo, hardcover, first ed. No. 42 in the Series of Monographs by Writers connected with the London School of Economics and Political Science. Includes index, 2 folding maps: 1. "Map of England and Wales Showing the Systems of Railways now under the control of the Principal Railway Companies;" 2. "Map of England showing Existing Railways, June, 1848." Navy cloth covers with some light spotting. Front and rear endpapers tanned and brittle -- inner hinges cracked. 102504A View more info

A PLAN FOR UNIFICATION OF THE EASTERN RAILROADS. Its Relaion to Railroad Recovery.

By: County, A. J.

Price: $9.00

Publisher: Philadelphia, 1934

Seller ID: 000016509

Condition: Very good


Address before the Transportation Round Table Conference held under the auspices of The Wharton Alumni Institute of Business, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia May 17, 1934. Stapled booklet, 21 pages. 122615A View more info

REPORT ON STREAMLINE, LIGHT-WEIGHT, HIGH-SPEED PASSENGER TRAINS. June 30, 1938.

By: Coverdale & Colpitts, Consulting Engineers.

Price: $35.00

Publisher: New York, Coverdale & Colpitts, Consulting Engineers.: 1938

Edition: first edition

Seller ID: 000016373

Condition: Very good


Stapled booklet, approximately 7 1/2" by 10 1/4", 68 pages, card covers. A couple of small library stamps on front cover, small stain next to title, still Very Good. 071902A View more info

THE TRACKS TO TOWN.

By: Donnelley, Elliott.

Price: $12.00

Publisher: Lake Forest, Lake Forest - Lake Bluff Historical Society: 1981

Edition: first ed.

Seller ID: 000015958

Condition: Fine


A talk presented at a meeting of the Lake Forest - Lake Bluff Historical Society, May 22, 1974. Illustrations by Vic Turner. Stapled booklet. 24 pages. Reminiscences of Chicago and northern Illinois railroading. 092108B or CRBC View more info

HEADLIGHTS AND MARKERS. An Anthology of Railroad Stories

By: Donovan Jr., Frank P. and Robert Selph Henry, editors

Price: $14.00

Publisher: New York, Creative Age Press, (c. 1946),: 1946

Edition: second printing

Seller ID: 10670

Condition: Very Good


Pages xii + 406,octavo, hardcover, second printing. A little browning on endpapers, otherwise in Very Good condition. Without a dust jacket. 112304A View more info

THE SOO LINE.

By: Dorin, Patrick.

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Seattle, Washington, Superior Publishing Co.: (c. 1979)

Edition: First

Seller ID: 000018226

ISBN: 0875645321

Condition: Very good


Quarto (approx. 8 3/8" wide by 10 3/4" tall), terra cotta colored leatherette covers with gilt titles, 192 pages. Illustrated with black and white photo reproductions; includes bibliography, route maps and schedules, index. Covers have light wear at edges. Former owner name on front free endpaper. Dust jacket has a little chipping at head and foot of spine, some rubbing, scuffing. 092717E View more info

RAILROAD FREIGHT RATES AND THE FARMER

By: Dunn, Samuel O

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Peoria, 1917

Seller ID: 11968

Condition: Very good


21 pages, softcover. Pamphlet, ex-library. An address Before the Illinois Agricultural Association at Peoria Illinois July 6 1917. Samuel O. Dunn was the editor of the Railway Age Gazette. 020207A View more info

CURRENT RAILWAY PROBLEMS.

By: Dunn, Samuel O.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Railway Age Gazette: 1911

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 000015584

Condition: Good +


16mo (approx. 4 3/4" wide by 6 1/4" tall), 85 pages. Ex-library John Crerar Library with library markings. Front free endpaper detached but present. Contents include: Valuation of Railways, with Especial Reference to the Physical Valuation in Minnesota; Shall Railway Profits Be Limited?; Railway Rates and Railway Efficiency; The New Long and Short Haul Law. The author was the editorial director of Railway Age Gazette. 041506A View more info

FIDDLETOWN & COPPEROPOLIS. The Life and Times of an Uncommon Carrier. (The Line of Least Resistance)

By: Fallberg, Carl.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Reseda, California, Hungerford Press: 1960

Edition: first edition

Seller ID: 000017477

Condition: Fine


Foreword by Lucius Beebe. Oblong quarto, pebbled maroon cloth with gilt titles. Foreword by Lucius Beebe. Unpaginated. Dust jacket has tears on rear panel, chipping at edges. Unpaginated. Full page cartoons and captions on rectos, track motif on versos, but otherwise blank. Humorous happening on a fictional narrow gauge railroad appearing for many years in Railroad Magazine. 032509A View more info

INDUSTRIAL DIRECTORY OF THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD SYSTEM....: the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, West Jersey & Seashore Railraod Company, Waynesburg & Washington Railroad Company, the Ohio River & Western Railway Company.

By: Felthousen, D. N., compiler.

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Oak Park, Illinois, Delmont Railroad Advertising Agency, Printers: [1926?]

Seller ID: 000017844

Condition: Fair


Card covers, quarto (28 cm.) 572 pages. Illustrated with pictures of some of the warehouses owned by the Pennsylvania Railroads; two maps. Ex-library with bookplate on inside front cover and library stamps on a couple of pages, call letters on spine. Spine has been reinforced with tape. Covers heavily chipped, some wear to page edges; one leaf detached, but laid in. Text otherwise in Very Good condition. 020207A. This oversize and heavy book will incur additional charges for expedited or international delivery. View more info

FREELING'S RAILWAY COMPANION From London to Brimingham, Liverpool, and Manchester, with Guides to the Objects Worthy of Notice in Liverpool, Manchester and Birmingham and Time and Fare Tables; bound with: FREELING'S GRAND JUNCTION RAILWAY COMPANION to Liverpool, Manchester, and Birmingham.

By: Freeling, Arthur

Price: $95.00

Publisher: London, Tilt & Bogue; Whittaker and Co.: 1838

Edition: New Edition, with Latest Corrections

Seller ID: 000015524

Condition: Very Good


24mo, green cloth covers stamped in gilt. Freeling's Railway Companion: 36 pages of ads, introduction of 18 pages; the London & Birmingham Railway 200 pages of text, with 36 pages of ads following. Freeling's Grand Junction Railway Companion: preface to first ed. of 16 pages, 16-192 pages, plus 40 pages of ads. Folding map in front with a couple of short tears. Binding worn at edges. 112000A View more info

THE CORN BELT ROUTE. A History of the Chicago Great Western Railroad Company

By: Grant, H. Roger

Price: $16.00

Publisher: DeKalb, Northern Illinois University Press, 1984,: 1984

Seller ID: 10689

ISBN: 0875800955


Pages xii + 231,approx. 8 1/2 in. by 9 1/2 in., hardcover. Includes black and white photo repros., notes, bibliography, and index. Book and dust jacket are in fine condition, F/F. 020117A ISBN: 0875800955 View more info