Northeastern State University, Tahlequah Campus - John Vaughan Library
Contains various articles and documents on the history of Oklahoma railroads. Includes Oklahoma railroad maps
Indiana Historical Society - Smith Memorial Library
Articles relating to the railroad industry in Indiana
Cornell University Libraries
This collection consists of a slide presentation and an accompanying sound recording produced by the Association of American Railroads titled: "Railroad Regulation: An Absurd Game." This collection consists of an audio cassette and eighty 35mm color slides. They are designed to be presented together, with the audio from the cassette tape providing explanation and narration for the slides, which the presenter advances at the prompting of the cassette tape. They were produced to support the deregulation of the railroad industry with the Railroad Revitalization and Regulatory Reform Act of 1976, often called the "4R Act," and the Staggers Rail Act of 1980, during the tenure of the Association of American Railroads' president William H. Dempsey (1977-1991) . The slides depict a hypothetical board game, somewhat reminiscent of Monopoly, in which a locomotive, a semi-truck, and a container ship travel around the board. However, the three forms of shipping and transport are subject to ... Read More
Pennsylvania State University Libraries
The collection consists of two distinct series: Association of American Railroad (AAR) publications, speeches, and posters on national and international aspects of freight transport; and 19 photographs illustrating the East Broad Top Railroad in Orbisonia, Pennsylvania, together with a few newspaper clippings on that railroad line. Among topics covered in AAR reports are government expenditures; railroad mileage; employment, payroll, and taxes, by state; revenue of freight loaded, by commodities; class 1 railroad statistics; and news and trends
Minnesota Historical Society
Trustees' and stockholders' minutes of meetings (1890-1898), stock certificates and records, and an assistant secretary's letterpress book documenting a NP subsidiary operating a railway line in western Washington State
New York State Historical Documents
Correspondence, memoranda, ledgers, legal agreements, contracts, court cases, reports, maps, drafts, clippings, printed materials, and ephemera pertaining to ferry and railroad companies on and around Staten Island, including licenses to run ferries, 1722 and 1740; records of the North Shore Staten Island Ferry Company, and letters to William H. Pendleton, company founder, 1857-75, including a letter from Jacob Vanderbilt concerning rental of a Staten Island pier, 1861; records of the Staten Island Rapid Transit, 1871-1952, with typescript history by William H. Pendleton, its first director, 1885; and official photographs of ferry damage, from the Marine and Aviation Department of the City of New York, 1900-30
Indiana Historical Society - Smith Memorial Library
Articles relating to the Amtrak Railroad in Indiana
Indiana Historical Society - Smith Memorial Library
Articles related to railroad viaducts in Indiana
Indiana Historical Society - Smith Memorial Library
Local miniature steam engine, miniature toy train of the Wabash Cannonball restored, Harry Turner of Michigan City built the world's largest mobile model train display, which is sponsored by Lionel Trains
Indiana Historical Society - Smith Memorial Library
Articles related to railroad viaducts in Indiana