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Santa Fe the Final Years 1980-1996, in Color: Volume 2, Belen to California Texas Lines
Stock #: KB10779
Author: Jerry A. Pinkepank

List Price: $59.95
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A definitive look back at the last years of this fallen flag. Hard cover. more»

Subject: Trains


Santa Fe Through Passenger Service In Color, Volume 1
Stock #: 13525
Author: Greg Stout

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A train by train look at the Santa Fe's premier passenger services. From the Super Chief & El Capitan to the San Diegan. Including Dearborn Station, Los Angeles Union Passenger Terminal, The Golden Gate, the Kansas Cityan-Chicagoan, Fred Harvey and his Harvey Girls, and finally The Chief. Hard Cover. more»

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Santa Fe Through Passenger Service In Color, Volume 2
Stock #: 18639
Author: Greg Stout

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The second tier mainline trains are examined across the entire Santa Fe system. This volume focuses on the latr additions to Santa Fe's passenger fleet, inlcuding the San Francisco Chief, and the Texas Chief. Also color photos of the Tulsan, El Pasoan, the Grand Canyon and the Fast Mail. more»

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Santa Fe Trackside with Bill Gibson
Stock #: 16846
Author: Lloyd Stagner

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An all-color tour of the Santa Fe in the 1950s and 60s chiefly in the area south of Kansas City. Bill Gibson was a Santa Fe employee and photographed everything from FTs to six-wheeled road switchers on this fallen flag. Hard Cover. more»

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Santa Fe's Colorado Division Speedway
Stock #: 13737
Author: Robert D. Waltz

List Price: $40.00
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In 1937, the Santa Fe Railway inaugurated a new high-speed diesel-powered luxury train - the Super Chief. It was scheduled to cover the 202 miles between Dodge City, Kansas and La Junta, Colorado at an average speed of 87.2 miles per hour. The schedules of virtually all of the passenger trains were speeded up on this track which became known as the "Speedway." 160 pages, 150 photos - 18 in color. Soft cover. more»

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Santa Fe's Early Diesel Daze
Stock #: 17353
Author: J. McCall

OUT OF PRINT

The story of SF's changeover from steam to diesel locomotives...from 1935 to the delivery of the last F-7s (the end of steam for this railroad). 420 B&W photos. Hard Cover. more»

Subject: Trains


Santa Fe's Last Dining Car Service Instructions
Stock #: 15906
Author: David R. Peironnet

OUT OF PRINT

Explains how railroad silver & china were used aboard the Super Chief, the El Capitan, the Texas Chief, the San Francisco Chief and the Grand Canyon. A reference work for the historian in understanding how SF's dining car service was operated. Includes descriptions & photos. Soft Cover. more»

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Santa Fe, The Final years in Color, Volume 1: Chicago to Belen, Raton and Denver 1980-1996
Stock #: KB10661
Author: Jerry A. Pinkepank

List Price: $59.95
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The colorful last years of the Santa Fe saw red and yellow SPSF liveries mix with red and silver "Super Fleet" warbonnets, as Volume 1 takes across the Transcon from Chicago to Belen and along the Front Range from Denver over Raton. Hard cover. more»

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Santa Fe: Canyon Lands and Super Chiefs, Volume 5
Stock #: KB10611
Author: Joe McMillan

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Canyon Lands and Super Chiefs, the fifth volume in our Santa Fe in Color Series, features the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway in the state of Arizona. Our journey begins on the New Mexico/Arizona border at Lupton and continues west to Williams Junction. From there, we head south to Phoenix, with side trips along the way to Clarkdale, Prescott, and Parker. Returning to Williams Junction, the tour continues with a brief look at the Grand Canyon District before touring west to the Colorado River at Topock on the Arizona/California Border. This volume covers the Santa Fe from the late 1960s to the AT&SF-BNSF merger in December 1995. Expanded coverage is given to the old Kingman District – in later years, the west end of the Seligman Subdivision – between Seligman and Topock. Included in this book are many photographs of mainline freight and passenger trains, locals on branch lines and work trains going about their daily chores. See also maintenance of way activity, stations, employees, structures, bridges, signals, and an ample coverage of the Grand Canyon State’s beautiful scenery. Hard cover. more»

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Santa Fe: Business & Special Purpose Cars
Stock #: 13226
Author: Frank Ellington & Joseph Shine

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This book is volume four in the Santa Fe Railway Passenger Car Reference Series. The first cars built expressly for this puprose were delivered in 1893. This volume covers in detail these cars, from wooden "Official" cars of the 1890s through the sophisticated stainless steel cars of the 1950s and more recent Director's cars. 347 B&W and 120 color photos plus 78 diagrams. Coil Bound, soft cover. more»

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Santa Fe: The Railroad Gateway to the American West, Volume 2
Stock #: 14810
Author: Donald Duke

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This pictorial history explains the advancement of freight service from wood cars to steel, and from piggyback and container service. This book also presents a comprehensive review of Santa Fe's motive fleet from its earliest 4-4-0 type, to the giant 2-10-10-2's, once the World's Largest Steam locomotive. Also covered are the early diesels, rail motor cars, diesel switchers, GE U-boats and Super Fleet motive power. The Fred Harvey System is included. Hard cover. 27 color plates and more then 476 B/W photos. more»

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Santa Fe: The Railroad Gateway to the American West, Volume I
Stock #: 14449
Author: Donald Duke

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This book the Chicago-Los Angeles-San Diego route with more than 455 illus. 29 in color. It features the history of the RR starting in 1866 as it follows its construction from Topeka to California. It also covers the Santa Fe's venture into Mexico, development of local lines within California, about electrification possibilities, the SF bus system, and the participation into air-rail transportation. Hard Cover. yes more»

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Santa Fe's Eastern Oklahoma Railway Company
Stock #: 18934
Author: Joseph A. Cammalleri

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THE STILLWATER DISTRICT. The story of the AT&SF's standard gauge branch that once ran between Guthrie and Stillwater in Oklahoma. This 30-mile long branch was originally the Eastern Oklahoma Railway. 27 years in the making. Includes 200 B&W photos, maps & charts. Hard Cover. more»

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Sao Paulo Railway
Stock #: 12606

OUT OF PRINT

The story of Brazil's Sao Paulo Railway. This excellent train book with a beautifully carved cover is filled with B&W and some color photos of the locomotives, including Beyer-Garrets, the yards and stations, the interior of the trains and more. Also includes diagrams, maps, railroads and blueprints. It is written in both English and Portuguese. A real collector's book! Hard Cover. more»

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Scenery for Your Model Railroad
Stock #: 18703
Author: Mike Danneman

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Learn how to give model railroad scenery character and life! Cover includes ground cover, rockwork, trees, water and more. Features a comprehensive approach to scenery, including instructions for integrating a backdrop with layout scenery. Includes photos of models and prototype scenes for inspiration. 150 Color and 25 B&W photos. Soft cover. more»

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Scenes Along the Rails: Anthracite Region of Pennsylvania, Volume 1, Part 2
Stock #: 14938
Author: John W. Hudson, II & Suzanne C. Hudson

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This volume centers on the High Plateau and Endless Mountains area between Wilkes-Barre and Sayre. The Lehigh Valley, Susquehanna & New York, Williamsport and North Branch, and Bloomsburg & Sullivan are among the eight railroads covered: The Lehigh Valley, Pittsburgh, Binghamton & Eastern, Susquehanna & New York, Susquehanna & Eagles Mere, Williamsport and North Branch, Eagles Mere, Bloomsburg & Sullivan and the Susquehanna, Bloomsburg & Berwick. 193 photos. Hard Cover. more»

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Scenes Along the Rails: The Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad's Syracuse Division
Stock #: 18449
Author: John W. Hudson, II & Suzanne C. Hudson

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Covers the Syracuse Division mainline between Oswego and Binghamton as well as the Cincinnatus Branch. The Syracuse & Baldwinsville is also profiled. 239 illustrations. Hard Cover. more»

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Scenic Line of the World: Colorado Rail Annual No. 8
Stock #: 18861
Author: G. Chappel & C. Hauck

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A study of the original D&RG narrow gauge "transcontinental" from Denver across the Rockies to Salt Lake. 200 photos, maps and illus. 2 full-color paintings by Otto Kuhler. Hard Cover.D&RG, Denver & Rio Grande, narrow gauge, transcontinental, Denver, Rockies, Salt Lake, maps, paintings, Otto Kuhler, Colorado Rail annual, Colorado more»

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Scranton Railroads
Stock #: 15267
Author: David Crosby

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Founded as a small iron-making community, Scranton gained prominence as the “anthracite capital of the world” for the rich deposits of hard coal surrounding the city. Five railroads eventually served Scranton. The viability of these lines became linked to the coal industry, and the decline of this traffic in the 1950s had a devastating impact on the railroad industry in the northeastern United States. Following decades of decline, abandonments, and mergers, an unparalleled resurgence of freight traffic transformed Scranton into a destination for tourists and rail historians alike. Soft Cover. scranton, Pennsylvania, coal, history, freight, abandonments, mergers, iron-making, iron, ore, more»

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SeaBoard Air Line Color Guide to Freight and Passenger Equipment
Stock #: 15154
Author: Paul Faulk

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This is the story of the railroad that ran "Through the Heart of the South". This railroad was known as an innovator and effective competitor against its two larger neighbors. Enjoy this roster in more than 300 color photos. Hard Cover. more»

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