The Railroad Press Oct/Nov/Dec 2014
Inside the Port of Long Beach • by David C. Crammer — Ride along with Dave on a tour of the intermodal facilities at Long Beach.
Railroads in Transition — See the wide world of interim paint schemes.
The ""Valley Girls"" on the R&N • by Mike Bednar — Lehigh Valley’s General Electric U23Bs after Conrail.
Car Corner — Freight cars are now featured in every issue of The Railroad Press! Passenger cars will also make occasional appearances.
E.O.T. — Each issue features a humorous or unusual railroad photograph.
Locomotive Notes — Comprehensive locomotive news and roster information from all across the country as organized by Ken Ardinger.
The Railfan Photographer — This column is the continuation of the ideals of The Railfan Photographer magazine, from which our current TRP has grown. It offers tips, suggestions and advice on how to take better railroad photographs and is aimed at both the amateur and professional photographers, giving information on all aspects of the hobby. Featured in this issue of TRP is ""Using Signals Effectively.""
The ScanMan — This column by Vince Reh, author of Railroad Radio: Hearing and Understanding Railroad Radio Communications & Systems, helps railfans to better utilize their scanners. This issue's topic is ""End-of-Train Devices.""
Trading Corner — Looking to trade slides with new people? Maybe you've got some old railroadiana laying around the house that you want to sell. Need a new flash unit for your camera but don't want to buy a new one? Visit our Trading Corner department for classified ads from TRP readers.
Write-of-Way — Our readers respond! Comments on articles, photos, and departments.
Every issue we highlight great photography in several categories:
Close, But No Cigar! — This is what railfanning often turns out to be! This department will feature a photograph that is ALMOST perfect, except for….
Heritage Series — Timeless views of your favorite railroads from long ago or yesterday.
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.