3 edition of Steam power of the New York Central system. found in the catalog.
Steam power of the New York Central system.
Alvin F. Staufer
Written in English
Vol. 2 has title: New York Central"s early power.
|Other titles||New York Central"s early power.|
|LC Classifications||TJ603 .S78|
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|LC Control Number||67018364|
If you love New York Central Steam or Electric Locomotives You simply MUST have Steam Locomotives of the New York Central Lines, Volumes 1 and 2 by William D. Edson and H. L. Vail, Jr., assisted by Edward L. May. The ultimate authority on all steam and electric locomotives from the DeWitt Clinton of to P&LE of The New York Central Hudsons were a series of "Hudson" type steam locomotives built by the American Locomotive Company (ALCO) and the Lima Locomotive Works from to for the New York Central after the Hudson River, the wheel arrangement came to be known as the "Hudson" type in the United States as these locomotives were the first examples built and used Builder: Alco-Schenectady ();, Lima .
The New York Central operated Ts, the Boston and Albany and the Chicago and Northern Pacific each operated Ts, and even the Illinois Central operated tank locomotives in suburban service. Canada, however, and the Montreal Locomotive Works specifically, seems to have been first to . 2 Railroad Books: New York Central Early Power The Late Great Pennsylvania Station. Condition is Used. Shipped with USPS Media Mail. Steam Power New York Central System Vol. I Railroad Locomotive HC DJ Staufer. $ $ + $ Shipping. New York Central Electric Locomotives and MU Cars Railroad Rating: % positive.
The New York Central Railroad's Niagara was a "Northern" type steam locomotive named after the Niagara River and had a wheel arrangement of in the Whyte notation and is considered as one of the most efficient locomotives ever built.. The first New York Central Railroad Northern (or ) was ordered in #, an experimental locomotive that had its boiler Builder: Alco-Schenectady. Steam Power of the New York Central System: Volume I - Modern Power - A shorter book than any of the Pennsy Power series, this is still a valuable work. Great facts and pictures of the NYC 's modern steam fleet, especially the Hudson s, Mohawk s and Niagara s.
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The book covers switchers, Mikados, Berkshires, Pacifics, Hudsons, streamlined, Mohawks, Niagaras with photos and technical data for each class. The book also includes rosters, schematic diagrams and black and white photos of the calendar Edition: 1st Edition.
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Steam power of the New York Central system by Alvin F. Staufer, edition, in English Steam power of the New York Central system. A full generation has passed since a New York Central emblem dashed across the countryside on a railroad car, but few could ever forget "the greatest railroad in the world." The New York Central System grew from an amalgamation of smaller lines stretching from Albany to Buffalo in the s.
Vail was one of the founders of and later became the president of the New York Central System Historical Society. The resulting hardcover Volume 1 of Steam Locomotives of the New York Central Lines was published by the Society in Basically, it covers locomotives of New York Central lines east of Buffalo.
Steam Roster, This New York Central System steam locomotive roster appeared in Alvin F. Staufer, Steam Power of the New York Central System, Volume 1 (), pages It was prepared by Bill Jernstrom of Fort Wayne, Indiana, and.
Grew up admiring the NYC Hudson Steam Engine. Both of my grandfathers were railroad men one worked for the B&O as an Engineer the other worked for the NYC Big four as a fireman.
My retired Big Four grandfather lived next to NYC, B&O mainline tracks. He would often walk us boys down to the B&O roundhouse.5/5. New York Central Power in color vol 1&2, Jerry A. Pinkepank, morning sun books (available from publisher or LHS). There was also a set of NYC steam locomotives books (title escapes memory at the moment) but they covered all NYCS steam locomotive types from to end of steam.
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Staufer. In the mid’s, William D. Edson and Edward L. May collaborated to produce Locomotives of the New York Central Lines, the first all-time roster ever published of steam and electric locomotives of the New York Central, its subsidiaries, and its predecessor advertised in Model Railroader magazine in Octoberthis page, soft-cover book included primary data on over.
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