Trains - The Magazine of Railroading: November, 1956

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $129.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Good

Features: All about Budd's new coast; Middleman of the Alphabet Route - Pittsburgh & West Virginia (P&WV) bankrupted its builder, turned to coal for a living, finally came into its own as a speed-conscious bridge road - latter day solvency stems in part from the travels of a very famous business car; A Virginia & Truckee Sampler; New York Central's Oldest Steam Engine - an Alco 1000-type diesel electric locomotive; nice photo section; Colour centerfold painting of Starrucca Viaduct; The Pioneer III - an 85 foot long car! - article with many photos/diagrams; Steam in Indian Summer - Concerning Henry Ford, a 4-6-0 built in 1900, small boys and bliss and ignorance; Railroad news photos; Nice black and white ad for Elector-Motive Division's (EMD's) Aerotrain; and more. Unmarked. A sound copy.