2nd QUARTER 2021: This issue features features the railroads that stayed out of Amtrak when it was created in 1971, the story of the Garys photo service (featuring classic B&W photography of B&O and PRR), a colorful look at Chessie System on Sand Patch grade and Mike Bednar looks back at railroading in the Lehigh River Valley 50 years ago. All this and more in the 2nd Quarter 2021 issue of Trains & Railroads of the Past!
White River Productions has acquired Diesel Era from Withers Publishing, naming Tony Cook as the new editor of the quarterly publication.
I became aware of the Denver & Rio Grande Western during my 15th summer, a relationship that would endure for the next 59-plus years. I also became a Missouri Pacific fan for its final 20 years of existence before being swallowed by Union Pacific, all of which played major roles in my hometown of Pueblo, Colorado.
Alexandria, Virginia, located just across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C., was the north end of the Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac Railroad. Photographer Edward W. Horm lived in the Alexandria area before moving to Pittsburgh. These pictures highlight some of his photographic talents, including one memorable trip to Alexandria in 1973.
White River Productions has added Railpace Newsmagazine to the company’s family of publications. The agreement between Railpace, Inc., and WRP was completed Monday, January 20, 2020.