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The Santa Fe Odyssey Volume II - the 70s

By Gulash Emery

Marietta, Ga: Green Frog Productions, 1990. 2 video tapes. Fine.

$10.00

The Santa Fe Odyssey Volume III

By Gulash Emery

Marietta, Ga: Green Frog Productions, 1992. 2 video tapes. Fine.

$10.00

Santa Fe Diesel Locomotive Development

By Brasher Larry E.

Amarillo, Texas: Railroad Artifact Preservation Society, Inc., 2015. First Edition, First Printing. Hardcover. Near Fine. 386 pages, 8 7/8 X 11 3/8 inches. Pictorial cover, NO dust jacket as issued. Because of the binding method this volume is very susceptible to crinkled corners.

$50.00

U Boats      General Electric Diesel Locomotives
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U Boats General Electric Diesel Locomotives

By McDonnell Greg

Toronto, Ontario: Stoddart Publishing Co., 1994. First Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine in Near Fine Dust jacket. 192 pages, 11 X 12 inches oblong. BONUS -- Trains magazine for September, 1999 Collectors' Edition (complete, very good) This edition of Trains was completely devoted to General Electric Locomotives and includes an article by Steve Gerbracht "What's Left of the U-Boats?"

$30.00

Santa Fe's Raton Pass

By Harper Jared V.

Dallas, Texas: Kachina Press, 1983. First Edition. Paperback. Near Fine. 144 pages, 11 7/8 X 9 inches oblong. Foreword by R. H. Kindig. Bonus -- Trains magazine (complete) of February, 1997 (very good) with Bill Diven's article "Crown of the Santa Fe" about Raton Pass. From page 36 to 45 with an additional 5 column article on Coal from York Canyon.

$85.00

Santa Fe's Raton Pass

By Harper Jared V.

Dallas, Texas: Kachina Press, 1983. First Edition. Paperback. Near Fine. 144 pages, 11 7/8 X 9 inches oblong. Foreword by R. H. Kindig. Bonus -- Trains magazine from November 2005 (complete, very good condition) with article by Bill Diven Raton passed -- "For years, most freight traffic has avoided Raton Pass' grueling grades, and today the rails are quieter than ever. What happens next is an open question." Pages 84 - 89.

$85.00

Railfan & Railroad Volume 7, number 8

By Boyd James A.

Newton, New Jersey: Carstens Publications, Inc., August 1988. First Edition. Staple bound. Very Good. 66 pages, 8 1/8 X 10 3/4 inches. San Bernardino Restores a Classic by David C. Lustig. Report on cosmetic restoration of F7A 347B and F3B 347C in the Santa Fe shops.

$14.00

Railfan & Railroad Volume 21, number 1

By E. Steven Barry

Newton, New Jersey: Carstens Publications, Inc., January 2002. First Edition. Staple bound. Very Good. 66 pages, 8 1/8 X 10 3/4 inches. Santa Fe 3751 : Ready to Roll -- Experience from the past promises a bright future by Tom Kelcec. .

$14.00

Railfan Volume 2, number 4

By Boyd James A.

Newton, New Jersey: Carstens Publications, Inc., May 1978. First Edition. Staple bound. Very Good. 66 pages, 8 1/8 X 10 3/4 inches. The Joint Line -- The main line from Denver to Pueblo combines traffic of the Rio Grande, Santa Fe and C&S on one booming piece of railroad by Robert R. Harmen.

$14.00

Rail Classics Volume 16, number 4

By Stauss Ed

Canoga Park, California: Challenge Publications, Inc., July, 1987. First Edition. Staple bound. Very Good. 74 pages, 8 1/8 X 10 7/8 inches. When the Santa Fe was Red-Faced -- Santa Fe painted its red and yellow livery on a variety of locomotives. Photography by William Nord.

$14.00

Rail Classics Volume 14, number 5

By Stauss Ed

Canoga Park, California: Challenge Publications, Inc., September, 1985. First Edition. Staple bound. Very Good. 74 pages, 8 1/8 X 10 7/8 inches. Return of the Chief -- Amtrak has upgraded the Southwest Limited, and it's chiefly to your benefit by Ed Stauss.

$14.00

Rail Classics Volume 21, number 2

By Stauss Ed

Canoga Park, California: Challenge Publications, Inc., March 1992. First Edition. Staple bound. Very Good. 64 pages, 8 1/8 X 10 7/8 inches. Hotshot Parade Ground -- Santa Fe's Clovis Subdivision carries it all by Don Sims. Diesel Servicing -- At the western end of Santa Fe's Chicago-West Coast system is Hobart yard and its diesel service station by David Crammer.

$14.00

Rail Classics Volume 8, number 6

By Dunning Denis

Canoga Park, California: Challenge Publications, Inc., November 1978. First Edition. Staple bound. Very Good. 84 pages, 8 1/8 X 10 7/8 inches. Santa Fe's Super C -- How it started, and why it failed. by Ed Strauss.

$14.00

The Train Stops Here
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The Train Stops Here

By Riskin Marci L.

Albuquerque, New Mexico: University of New Mexico Press, 2005. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good in Wraps. 156 pages, 8 X 10 inches.

$24.00

Forgotten Albuquerque
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Forgotten Albuquerque

By Bannerman Ty

Charleston, South Carolina: Arcadia Publishing, 2008. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. 128 pages, 6 1/2 X 9 1/4 inches

$14.00

TRP Trains & Railroads of the Past Issue #3

By Serensits J., Editor

Bucklin, Missouri: White River Productions, 3rd Quarter 2015. First Edition. Staple bound. Very Good. 74 pages, 8 1/2 X 11 inches

$14.00

Railfan & Railroad

By E. Steven Barry

Newton, New Jersey: Carstens Publications, Inc., November 2006. First Edition. Staple bound. Very Good. 66 pages, 8 X 10 3/4 inches. Route of the Hiawatha ... Milwaukee Road's St. Paul Pass is now the world's greatest rail trail by Bruce Kelly. Then and now photos of the rail trail. Warbonnets Across the Cornfields ... BNSF's Chillicothe Subdivision by James H. Boeger.

$14.00

Railroads Illustrated #396

By Priest Cinthia

Kansas City, MO: White River Productions, May 2012. First Edition. Staple bound. Very Good. 64 pages, 8 1/2 X 11 inches. From the Foothills to No Man's Land by Bob Plough BNSF's Colorado to Texas Coal Routes. Covers the following BNSF's subdivisions Spanish Peaks, Twin Peaks, Dalhart and Boise City.

$14.00

Railroad History Number 160

By Grant H. Roger

Westford, Massachusetts: Railway & Locomotive Historical Society, Spring 1989. Number 160. Paperback. Very Good. 166 pages, 6 X 9 inches. Research Note : Santa Fe's 120-Ton Industrial Works Derricks. This is about 199774 the Los Angles derrick.

$14.00

The Railroad

By Santa Fe System Lines

Chicago, Illinois: Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway company, 1958. First Thus. Paperback. Fine. 32 pages, 8 1/2 X 10 3/4 inches.

$6.00

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