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Author: James Kinkaid et al, Publisher: Morning Sun
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Due 1/18. This first installment provides an alphabetical by railroad/company look at all types of railroad automobile carriers. Lines through Kansas City Southern are covered in 128 all-color gloss pages.
Due 5/18. Volkmer was a long time employee at GE's Erie, PA locomotive facility. This book talks about Volkmer's experiences as an employee, especially during the U-boat era. Contains interior views of the construction facility as well as outside and test track areas. 128 all-color gloss pages.
Due 12/17. Ingles returns to the publishing theater with this 144 page, all-color look at the last fifteen years of the Wabash as an independent company from the mid-1950s to past the 1964 acquisition by the Norfolk & Western.
Due 11/17. This 210-page titles gives a thorough look into the system-wide GN service in color and b&w images. This book includes operations on former Burlington, SP&S and BN tracks. Name trains like the "Empire Builder," "Oriental Limited," and "Western Star" are featured.
Due 1/18. Timko's 96-page all-color book is basically a companion to the hardcover Milwaukee Road hardcover series. Includes roster and on-line shots across the system; various diesels; new and acquired units. Gloss paper.
Due 1/18. This singular locomotive was originally designed by the Erie-Lackawanna for push-pull commuter service in New Jersey, headed for New York City. Continued service with Conrail and New Jersey Transit. 96 all-color gloss pages.
Due 3/18. This new series spotlights Bill Wolverton's exceptional camerawork. This book covers the Roseville and Sacramento Valley area from 1971 to 1975 and the last of the SP's F7s and older power logged their last miles. 128 all-color pages.
Due 3/18. Zullig is a retired attorney for Metro North who also is an excellent photographer. Here Zullig presents an all-color panoply of passenger service plus the old West Shore's transition to a major freight route again. 128 pages.
Due 4/18. The first book ever published solely on B&LE power includes all classes of ALCos, Baldwins, and EMD power from F-units to SD9s. Includes the Western Allegheny and Pittsburgh & Conneaut Dock equipment. 128 all-color pages.
Due 4/18. This book starts with the last 20 years of independent RF&P operation followed by CSX management/operation through today. Does contain a roster of motive power and some rolling stock, Amtrak operation over the 110-mile line, plus a short history. 128 all-color pages.