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An Outstanding New Book About Railroading! Merchants Despatch, Roger C. Hinman


Merchants Despatch, formed in the mid-19th century as part of American Express, became an independent part of the New York Central family. Tis book traces its 150-year history to the year 2000, not only the long and complex corporate history, but also much informa- tion and many details about the design, construction, maintenance and operation of the vast car fleet. Toroughly researched and extensively documented, this is an authoritative book. Freight car enthusiasts will naturally welcome this work, but anyone interested in North American freight railroading will find it a valuable addition to their library.


296 pages, 298 photographs, over 90 drawings and graphics, bibliography, index. Price: $65


Railroads of Arizona, Volume 6 David F. Myrick A new volume in the late David Myrick’s noted Arizona series, cover- ing the copper railroads of Jerome and other Northern Arizona railroads, including the Grand Canyon Railway. 248 pages, 235 photos, 30 maps, bibli- ography, index. Price: $60


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Southern Pacific’s Sacramento Shops, Robert A. Pecotich


The largest and oldest of SP’s General


Shops, Sacramento and its thousands of employees built or rebuilt hundreds of steam and diesel locomotives, and thou- sands of freight and passenger cars. 496 pages, 605 photos, 21 drawings, bibliography, index. Price: $85


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