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I Like Trains, 1940-1954 : Great Reading from the Magazine of Railroading.
I like trains, 1940-1954. great reading from the magazine of railroading. by David Page Morgan. Published 1980 by Kalmbach Pub. Co. in [Milwaukee, WI. Written in English. Previously published in: Trains & travel.
Trains magazine offers railroad news, railroad industry insight .
This handsome volume contains 51 stories selected from the magazine’s archives, reprinted as written although reformatted for a consistent appearance. The understated cover features a Ted Benson photo of a Sierra Railroad train that first appeared in 1973.
Author:Morgan, David P. World of Books USA was founded in 2005. Mr. Morgan was an extraordinarily gifted writer, subtly expanding the vocabulary as he guided the hobby of many. DPM-great train observer and writter. Book Condition:VERYGOOD. This collection is a treasured revisiting of some of his best work for those 'of a certain age', and perhaps even more valuable for those too young to have known Trains Magazine during his tenure. David P Morgan was one of the finest writters on railroad history of the 21st century. He was an avid train watcher from his youth. His love for rail never wavered.
Trains is a monthly magazine about trains and railroads aimed at railroad enthusiasts and railroad industry employees. It is among the 11 magazines published by Kalmbach Media, based in Waukesha, Wisconsin. The magazine primarily covers railroad happenings in the United States and Canada, but has some articles on railroading elsewhere.
The great train robbery. A nineteenth-century version of The Sting. Landowners everywhere fought the railroads as deleterious to property values
The great train robbery. Crichton fascinates u. .he makes it all work. because he has such a good eye for. the 'illuminating detail Landowners everywhere fought the railroads as deleterious to property values. And the tranquility of local towns was disrupted by the onslaught of thousands of rough, itinerant, camp-living "navvies," for in an era before dynamite and earthmovers, bridges were built, tracks were laid, and tunnels were cut by sheer human effort alone. It was also well recognized that in times of unemployment the navvies easily shifted to the ranks of urban criminals of the crudest sort.
Classic Trains magazine celebrates the 'golden years of railroading' including the North American railroad scene from the late 1920s to the late 1970s. The Center's newest publication, "The Railroad Photography of J. Parker Lamb" arrived fresh from the printer last week. org/lamb-book/ Shot by J. Parker Lamb on July 4, 1958, this image shows two Canadian Pacific steam locomotives, a 2-8-2 (foreground) and a 4-6-4, inside the Lambton roundhouse in Toronto.
The magazine is read both by railroad enthusiasts, commonly referred to as railfans, and those within the railroad industry. Railroad-related periodicals.