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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
B&O 175: America's Railroad
The Baltimore & Ohio was both template and mirror for a nation on the move
By By John P. Hankey
B&O 175: Route of the Presidents
With early routes out of Washington, the B&O linked our Chief Executives with the nation
By By Bob Withers
B&O 175: Invisible Stagehands
Downtown Chicago hosted B&O's last steam-lowly 0-8-0's in 1958
By By J. David Ingles
B&O 175: Thunder on the West End
Steam battles gravity on B&O's original line out of Cumberland, Md.
By Photos by Bruce D. Fales
B&O 175: Bad Trip to Brunswick
On my first trip flagging for the B&O, I beat my own conductor home
By By Charles L. Johnson Sr.
B&O 175: Photo Section
Color and black-and-white views from six great states
B&O 175: Farewell, Royal Blue Line
Reflections from the last day of B&O varnish east of Baltimore
By By John D. Denney Jr.
Call It in the Air
An incident at Elmhurst, Ill., when CGW and IC freights met
By By Ed DeRouin
A Boy Scouta€ s a€ Monumental Adventurea€
1950 Jamboree: 8600 miles by rail from L.A. to Valley Forge and back
By By Steve VanDenburgh
Rocky Mountain Railroader
A retired Rio Grande man recalls life in the cab in Colorado
By By John Koons, with Thomas Lell
One Day at . . . Charlottesville, Va.
Six trains in three hours on a 1961 C&O-Southern-N&W triangle trip
By By Ken Kraemer
Departments
Editor's Page
Lovable underdog
True Color
Looking over UP 105 on Sherman Hill
Fallen Flags Remembered
Chicago Great Western
A Classic Year
1955: Jets, Geeps, and Canada's Greatest Train
The Way It Was
Blue Train of the Prairies, by J.F.J. Pereira a€Ã
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