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BEYOND THE RUTLAND


By Phillip R. Jordan. The Vermont Railway, Green Mountain Railroad, and Clarendon & Pittsford took over rail operations in Vermont after the Rutland quit in 1963. A great re- view containing excellent roster shots and detailed descriptions of early operations on the Green Mountain Railroad and the Vermont Railway. Softbound. (C00054) $12.95


S USQUEHANNA SEABOARD COAST LINE


By Bob Warner and Fred Clark, Jr. The Seaboard Air Line and Atlantic Coast Line rail- roads merged in 1967 to form the new Seaboard Coast Line. This book takes a thorough look at the Florida operations of SCL from the merger until the early CSX era. Contains many rare shop, yard, freight and passenger scenes. Softbound. (005-4) $20.95


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By Ed Crist with John Krause. The Lehigh & New England was a bridge carrier stretch- ing from Anthracite country in northeastern Pennsylvania to the gateway yard at May- brook, New York. This Carstens Classic features rare photos of this anthracite carrier in its final twenty years, from the hard coal fields of Pennsylvania to Maybrook, New York. Enjoy great photos of Camelbacks and conventional steam, to transition era Alco FA-1s and RS-2s. Limited quantities available! Softbound. (C00081) $13.95


By John Krause and Ed Crist. A look back at the old New York, Susquehanna & Western operations from Little Ferry, New Jersey, to Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. Features many rare scenes of Russian Decapods, Streamliners, Alco RS-1s, and Budd RDC's along with neighboring roads L&NE and NYO&W. A complete history right up to the 1980s. A must- have for the "Susy-Q" fan. Softbound. (C00080) $16.95


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