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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
reat Photographers: Richard Steinheimer
The brilliant giant of Western railroad photography
By By Robert S. McGonigal
School of Steam
How a diesel man got a real education on the Buffalo Creek & Gauley
By By Jack Wheelihan
Old Sparky
The unique branch-line conveyance of a tiny CN Ontario port town
By By Steven Duff
One Day at . . . Kankakee, Ill.
A morning with Illinois Central 4-8-2a€ s and doubleheaded NYC 4-6-4a€ s
By Photos by Mert Leet
Photo Section
This one will turn your heada€steam, diesel, and ferries, all in color
Making Time on the Midlander
An Erie firemana€ s tale of a fast winter run across Ohio in 1942
By By Chuck LeFever
Meeting M-190 Face-to-Face, at Last
A 1963 stop in Clovis, N.Mex., also netted a Santa Fe bonus
By By Richard J. Anderson
Bird's-Eye View: Three of L&N's Key Spots
The Old Reliable's Louisville headquarters and shop, and Corbin yard
How to Handle a Caboose, or Not
Even in 1969, Grand Trunk Western crews utilized steam-era technology
By By Charles H. Geletzke Jr.
Shooting Eagles
An Arkansas photographer targeted all of MoPaca€ s passenger cab units
By By Louis A. Marre
Departments
Editor's Page
Left-Hand Men
True Color
CB&Q 4-4-0 at Galesburg, Ill.
Fallen Flags Remembered
Central Vermont
A Classic Year
1936: Streamliners on the Fast Track
The Way It Was
When the Green Hornet Raced the Hiawatha, by Gil Reid a€Ã
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