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Railfan & Railroad November 2018

$ 6.99

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Features:

Colorado’s Joint Line • by Timothy Tonge — Where Union Pacific and BNSF Railway share track in the shadow of the Front Range.

Dutchman’s Curve Wreck • by Ralcon Wagner — Local historians work together to mark the 100th anniversary of one of America’s deadliest railroad accidents in Tennessee.

The Second Lives of SP F-Units • by Gordon Lloyd Jr. — Southern Pacific’s fleet of streamlined F-units would find second careers far from home, and into the 21st century.

Meet The Griswolds • by Nick Benson — This innovative public grade crossing signal was once ubiquitous throughout the Upper Midwest; now only a few Griswolds remain.

When Alcos Came From GE: Part 2 • by Jim Rowland — Follow the saga of Alco Centuries rebuilt for Delaware & Hudson from New York to New England and back again.