6 edition of Pennsylvania lines west of Pittsburgh found in the catalog.
|Statement||Comp. by C.W. Garrett.|
|LC Classifications||TF25.P4 G3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||257|
|LC Control Number||14000194|
From the description of Pennsylvania Railroad branch lines and subsidiaries annual reports and minute books, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library: Pennsylvania Lines West of Pittsburgh. Executive Dept. Records, (bulk ). Pennsylvania Railroad and New York Central Railroad records the division Superintendents reported to the General Managers of Lines West (of Pittsburgh), Lines East (of Pittsburgh) or the General Manager-Philadelphia who supervised the lines east and south of Philadelphia. Bethlehem Steel Corporation This is the smallest record groups.
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David P. Oroszi and Steve Hipes have combined to create a superb all-color hardcover book about Pennsylvania Railroad s Lines West from Pittsburgh to St. Louis. They start out with PRR operations in the early s and trace the history in brilliant color photos and well-researched text right up to the Norfolk Southern / CSX split up of /5(3).
The Pennsylvania Railroad Lines West series continues with Volume 3: Crestline to Chicago Featuring the stunning color photography of Steve Hipes and Pennsylvania lines west of Pittsburgh book Oroszi, this new hardcover book covers the eras spanning from the Pennsylvania.
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Pennsylvania Railroad Lines West Vol. 1: Pittsburgh to St. Louis- This book is intended to be an overview of the Pennsylvania Railroad west of Pittsburgh to St. Louis in the years to in words and photographs.
Beginning with the PRR in the lBrand: The Railroad Press. Prior toall of what were called the "Pennsylvania Lines West of Pittsburgh and Erie" were operated by a separate organization, that was acutally an amalgam of the Pennsylvania Company, a holding company for the lines between Pittsburgh, Erie, Cleveland, Ashtabula and Chicago, and the PCC&St.
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PRR Lines West Erie & Pittsburgh Branch by Alan B. Buchan. After over 20 years of research and writing, this page book contains over photos and track diagrams, plus two large insert pages of maps.
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Pennsylvania Railroad lines west of Pittsburgh (1 C, 11 P) West Chester Line (1 C) Pages in category "Pennsylvania Railroad lines" The following 48 pages are in this category, out of 48 total.
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