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Tank Cars from American Car & Foundry: 1865-1955
Stock #: 17463
Author: Edward S. Kaminski

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Features tank cars built for ACF's own leasing company, Shippers Car Line; for private owners and railroads; and for other leasing companies, such as Union Tank Line, Conley Tank Car Company, and others. Includes a chapter on tank car manufacturing and car details, a list of production totals, and a collection of 31 drawings of cars. 300 b&W photos. Hard Cover. yes

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American Car and Foundry Box Cars, 1960 - 1981
Stock #: KB11070
Author: Edward S. Kaminski

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The last period of AC&F manufacturing of box cars was the years 1960–1981, and this volume provides both the history and extensive color photography, along with details of car design and construction in this period. Many colorful paint schemes were in use by railroads and lessors, large and small, and they are shown here, including many Incentive Per Diem schemes. A complete production roster of the box cars built is also provided. Coverage includes 40-foot as well as 50-foot inside-post cars, 50-foot outside-post cars, and 60-foot inside- and outside-post cars. Many of these 60-foot cars were built for auto parts service.

Author Kaminski is an acknowledged authority on freight car history and has extensively researched AC&F records to write this account. Any modeler of the 1960s and ’70s, or freight car fan, will want this book.  Hard cover.

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Maywood: The Borough, the Railroad, and the Station
Stock #: 11983
Author: Edward S. Kaminski

List Price: $21.99
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Originally settled by Dutch farmers in the 1600s, the borough of Maywood experienced population and industrial growth in the late 1800s with the coming of the railroad. New Jersey Midland Railway, predecessor to the New York, Susquehanna and Western Railroad, arrived in 1872. Maywood was incorporated in 1894, when the railroad expanded into the Pennsylvania coalfields. The railroad provided the means for transportation of people, goods, and services, and Maywood grew measurably with it into the 20th century. Soft Cover. more»

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