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the Ohio Street shops in Buffalo; and a Toronto Transit Commission PCC on Queen St. in 1963. The calendar sells for $12.00 postpaid in the U.S. and $13.00 postpaid to Canada from Niagara Frontier Chapter NRHS, Inc. c/o Robert Andrycha, 49 Seward St., Buffalo, NY 14206; www.nfcnrhs.com/ The Chicago & North Western Rail-


road Historial Society’s C&NWHS 2012 Calendar features 13 large photographs, all but one in color. Subjects include an F7 with bilevels at Chicago; Minneapolis & St. Louis motor car GE 31 and trailer at Hampton, Iowa, in 1957; C&NW 4-8-4 No. 3020 on freight on 1953; a pair of ex-Norfolk & West- ern C628s on ore at Ishpeming, Mich., in 1979; three Alco road switchers at Huron, S.D., in 1976; a pair of Chicago Great West- ern F7s on passenger train 14 at St. Paul, Minn., in 1964; and C&NW Mikado No. 2594 on freight at Mount Vernon, Iowa, in 1942. The calendar folds out to 11″×17″ and sells for $14.00 postpaid from CNWHS-R, P.O. Box 1068, North Riverside, IL 60546; www.cnwhs.org/shopping. IL residents add sales tax. The Soo Line Historical and Techni-


cal Society’s full-color 2012 Photo Calen- dar is available now. It features 14 large photos at the top of each spread with two or three smaller photos laid out among the date blocks. Subjects include a red SD60 at Thief River Falls, Minn., in 2011; the Lake Superior Railroad Museum’s Soo GP30 No. 700 crossing the snowy Big Sucker River trestle in 2010; A-B-A F’s pulling 40-foot boxcars near Brooten, Minn., in 1978; 4-6-2 No. 2719 on an LSRM trip in 2009; and a U30C and F7 crossing the Pine River bridge near Rudyard, Mich., in 1978. Some of the smaller photos show an insulated boxcar, heavyweight office car No. 52, a Wisconsin Central Alco S2, freshly painted F-M H12- 44 No. 316, and Duluth, South Shore & At- lantic Baldwin DT6-6-2000 No. 398. The cal- endar folds out to 11″×17″ and sells for $15.00 plus $2.00 shipping per order, from


2012 SLHTS Calendar, 2124 N. Locust St., Appleton, WI 54914; www.sooline.org. The New York Central 2012 calendar is available from the New York Central Sys- tem Historical Society. It folds out to 11″×17″ with color covers and additional photos inside, two of those also in color. The color photos feature Mohawk No. 3014 on a passenger train at Bellefontaine, Ohio, in 1955; 4-8-2 No. 3148 on freight at Anderson, Ind., in 1955; a pair of Indianapolis Union H12-44 switchers in 1954, and U25B No. 2521 at DeWitt Yard. B&W images include a pair of clean FT’s in the spartan delivery scheme at Elkhart, Ind.; Boston & Albany Berkshire No. 1421 at Weehawken, N.J., in 1947; an H10a Mikado on a unit oil train at Mount Carmel, Ill., in 1943; GE 70-tonner No. 506 at Auburn, N.Y., in 1941; T-motor No. 1156 at Harmon, N.Y., in 1936; and a pair of PA’s on the Advance Commodore Vanderbilt at Harmon in 1948. The calendar sells for $11.00 postpaid from the New York Central System Historical Society, Inc., Dept. R, 17038 Roosevelt Ave., Lockport, IL 60441-4734; nycshs.org. OH residents add sales tax.


CORRECTION


The price of the New York, Ontario & Western Railway Historial Society’s Ob- server magazine special issue, Center Cabs and Kitchens — Double Cab Locomotives of the NYO&Wby Malcolm H. Houck, was mis- stated in the last issue. The correct price is $25.00 plus $6.00 shipping from O&WRHS, P.O. Box 713, Middletown, NY 10940; www. nyow.org. The Society regrets the error.


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