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March 17, 2015:
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Last updated March 17, 2015
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- the Indiana Rail Road
Brooklyn Elevated Equipment by James C. Greller
Dry Fork - N&W Branch Line by Alex Schust, Mason Cooper
Jersey Central (CNJ) Facilities Vol 1: The Growth Era by Joel Rosenbaum and Tom Gallo
Railroad Vision: Photography, Travel, and Perception by Anne M. Lyden
From a Nickel to a Token The Journey from Board of Transportation to MTA by Andrew J. Sparberg