Trains - The Magazine of Railroading: October 1965

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $99.95

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Condition: Good

Features: Super 16 illustrated article on Maine's biggest two-footer - The Sandy River & Rangeley Lakes; The strangest piece of coal-carrying equipment on the U.S. rails today - Southern Railway No. 100; Railroad News Photos; Steam News Photos; Photos of Washout in the West - Colorado's South Platte River rampaged in June; That All-American Look - an ALCO DH-643 diesel hydraulic; Strange Train for a GG1; The Accident that Couldn't Happen - on September 25, 1964 the Rock Island's lift bridge across the Des Plaines River at Joliet Ill was rendered inoperative by a broken pinion gear while the bridge was in a raised position - this led to a collission at 52 mph; Article - America's unremarked and reluctant but quite splendid innkeepers - the railroads; Nice colour photo EMD centerfold; and more. Date stamp atop front cover else unmarked with average wear. Bottom five inches of cover fold open. A sound copy.