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Railroads Illustrated March 2010

$ 7.95

Features:

Ontario Southland's New Territoryby Jay Brooks — OSR begins operating on CP's St. Thomas Subdivision.

Santa Fe and BNSF in the Kansas Flint Hillsby Carl Graves and Paul Walters — Intermodal and manifest freights speed through one of North America's last parcels of tallgrass prairie.

Matfield Green and Area by Cinthia Priest — A historical survey of the mainline between Emporia and El Dorado, Kansas.

Louisville & Nashville: A Little Color, Pleaseby Ron Flanary — Explore how the opposing forces of economics and public appeal played out in the paint schemes of the L&N through the years.

Slow Train to Casperby A.J. Wolff — The crumbling infrastructure of C&NW's Cowboy Line" may have looked like ghost trackage but it still ran trains; at a snail's pace.

Departments:

Opening Shotby Kevin EuDaly

CTC Board—Current news items.

Parting Shotby Santa Fe

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