DECEMBER 2018: Bruce Kelly takes us to northern Idaho where the St. Maries River Railroad continues the traditions established by its Milwaukee Road predecessor as it hauls finished wood products to market, while John Leopard follows the former Chesapeake & Ohio line through Appalachia now operated by CSX as the James River Sub. Carl Graves takes us back to the 1990s when brand new General Electric AC4400CW’s rejuvenated the Southern Pacific diesel roster, and Steve Barry takes us on a week-long swing through Oregon’s heritage steam programs. All this and more in the December issue of Railfan & Railroad!
Join editors Steve Barry and Otto Vondrak this September on a fantastic five-day tour of heritage railroads in Pennsylvania and Delaware!
So then just what the heck do you get if you go with one of these newfangled cameras? At the outset, you will be getting the latest in sensor technology and image quality with features such as a tilting screen that makes very low or very high angle shots possible.
The Pennsylvania Trolley Museum recently unveiled its “On the Track for the Future” capital campaign which will result in a significant expansion of the museum grounds and exhibit space.