1st QUARTER 2022: This issue features a travelogue covering operations in the Pacific Northwest (including lumber roads and main lines), a look at some industrial action around Pittsburgh, Pa., the rebuilding of the Georgetown Loop Narrow Gauge Railroad in Colorado, and Mike Bednar talks about Workin’ with Alcos! All this and more in the 1st Quarter 2022 issue of Trains & Railroads of the Past!

Current Issue

1st Quarter 2022
Issue No. 29


Features

Pacific Northwest Travelogue

by Gordon Lloyd, Jr. — Vintage Photography from the Oregon/Washington Area.

Pittsburgh Industrial Railroads

by Gale E. Treiber — Quick Visits to the Union, P&OV, PCY, and Montour.

Georgetown Loop Colorado Narrow Gauge Rebuilt

by Bill Robie — Rebuilding a Classic Colorado Narrow Gauge Railroad.

Workin’ with Alcos

by Mike Bednar — Alcos in the Anthracite Region.


 DEPARTMENTS

Antiques RailRoadshow — Legacy paint scheme sightings

Car Corner — Unique freight and passenger cars

E.O.T. — A humorous or unusual railroad photograph

Quiz — Test your knowledge

Write-of-Way — Our readers respond!


 PHOTO DEPARTMENTS

Close, But No Cigar! — A photograph that is almost perfect, except for…

Links to the Past — Moments long gone, live on through the lens of a camera

Odds & Endcabs — These are not your typical cookie-cutter locomotives and rolling stock

People — Lively additions to spice up rail photos

Sign Language — Interesting signage found along the right of way

The Scenic Route — Beautiful scenes from around the railroad world

Time Machine — Timeless views of your favorite railroads from long ago or yesterday


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