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From its origins in the 1870s, through its completion in 1901 and its flowering in the late 1930s, t..
In 1995, a book about the Coast Line was published by John Signor. That work presented a broad accou..
Interesting facts and colour pictures of one of SP's most famous inland routes.. Predominately diese..
Covers the area from Houston to New Orleans on the T&NO. A wide variety of steam power with Alco..
Amply illustrated with 179 B&W detailed photos, early-day roster shots, and lively action ..
More than 500 miles from Ogden, Utah to Reno, Nevada, at the eastern foot of the Sierra Nevada, comp..
SP’s last steam stronghold during the mid-1950’s. Travel from Oakland to Los Angeles via Tracy, Fres..
This concludes Tom Dill’s colourful authorship of each of SP’s varied routes. This volume inspects S..
California's famed Tehachapi "Loop," where the rails of the Southern Pacific and the Atchison, Topek..
Former SP employee Bill Wolverton had the internal knowledge of where the vanishing F-units, Alcos, ..
The San Francisco peninsula in the last days of Fairbanks Morse. The last stand for covered wagons -..
"Some railfans wish they lived in southern California. Others were fortunate enough to have been bor..
Southern Pacific and Santa Fe were so sure their proposed merger would be approved that they went ah..
The only major U.S. railroad to be operated by westerners and the only railroad built from west to e..
The Los Angeles Union passenger Terminal was the last of the great passenger railway stations built ..
The story of mountain railroading on Southern Pacific’s Modoc line which ran from Klamath Fall..
Comprehensive Coverage of the subject with numerous B&W photographs and plans. 2002 RPC Publicat..
The book begins with a look at the SP's predecessor lines (the Oregon & California, the Oregon P..
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