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New Book - Erie & EL in Orange County, NY

Postby PeteB » Sat Oct 08, 2016 10:11 pm

ERIE AND ERIE LACKAWANNA IN ORANGE COUNTY, NY: A BOOK OF ARTICLES FROM THE UNIONVILLE FLYER, OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE M&NJ RHS
(Table of contents follows. The volume and issue in which the article originally appeared are denoted in parenthesis. 192 pages, 140 photos, soft-cover, glossy paper.)

GRAHAM LINE
Millions to be Expended (17,2)
A Little about the Erie and Jersey Railroad Company and Stillborn Siblings (17, 2)
Graham Cutoff Construction and Early Operations (17, 2)
The Erie Installs Signals and Interlockings on the New Graham Line (17, 2)
Track Laying on the Guymard Cutoff of the Erie R. R. (17, 2)
The Railroad Age Gazette Discusses the Guymard Cutoff (17, 2)
E. H. Harriman and the Graham Line (17, 2)
Graham Line Inspection for the Year Ended December 31, 1910 (17, 2)
A Banker’s View of the Guymard Cutoff (17, 2)
Joe Landspurg Responds about the Graham Line (16, 3)
A Wreck on August 5, 1910 Gives Bradley’s Cut Its Name (21, 3 & 21, 4)
Graham Line Wreck of April 25, 1935 (11, 2, 11, 3 & 13, 1)
A Word on Erie/EL’s Graham Line Power (17, 2 & 17, 3)
MAIN LINE
Erie Main Line Operations Before the Graham Line, Block Stations and Interlockings (17, 3)
The Railroads and the Drifts (A blizzard in February of 1895) (17, 4)
An Erie Wreck of Local Interest, Middletown November 27, 1899 (17, 3)
Looking for Evidence, Following Up on the November 27, 1899 Wreck (17, 3)
Railroading in ’03, That’s 1903 on the Erie Main Line (16, 2)
The Ramapo River Floods the Erie Main in October, 1903 (18, 3)
M. B. Miller, Bridge Victim (17, 4)
Erie Wrecks at Goshen: April 6, 1925 and June 1, 1945 (15, 3)
BRANCH LINE
The Middletown & Crawford Railroad: Construction and Operations 1871 to 1900 (13, 4)
Morass Engulfs Engines (Pine Bush Branch) (17, 3)
Sinking Track Causes Wreck (Pine Bush Branch) (17, 3)
Pine Bush Erie Bus on Runaway In City (19, 2)
Slight Wreck on the S & W; S & W Milk and Erie Work Trains Collide Sunday Morning (17, 3)
Erie Lackawanna Pine Bush Trains, “DW” Yard to Crawford Jct. and in Pine Bush (13, 4)
Foreclose on Erie Branch (16, 3)
OPERATIONS
The First Train Order (12, 2)
Stoker Fired Locomotive Makes Continuous Run Over Three Divisions (19, 2)
Rolling Milk Bottles: Tank cars in Erie trains bring milk to New York market (16, 4)
Tank Cars for Carrying Milk Give Old Milk Cans Hard Battle (16, 4)
A Brief Look at Maybrook and the Erie/EL (12, 3)
The Middletown (“DW”) Turn (14, 3)
The “DW” Turn and Other Subjects (14, 4)
First Time Book of Richard J. Dilger: Trainman on the EL’s NY Div. out of Port Jervis (15, 2)
Responses to First Time Book of Richard J. Dilger (15, 3)
YARDS, STRUCTURES AND LOCATIONS
Newburgh Junction (17, 3)
Mountainville
Highland Mills (17, 2)
Woodbury Viaduct (17, 2)
Moodna Viaduct (17, 2)
Campbell Hall (17, 3)
O&W Bridge (17, 2)
“Hogback Tower” (16, 2)
Otisville Tunnel (17, 2 & 17, 3)
Graham (Guymard) (17, 2 & 17, 3)
Port Jervis Coal Pocket Fire of 1905 (21, 2 & 21, 3)
The Erie in Port Jervis as Seen From Germantown Road Bridge (21, 2)
East Main Street, Middletown (16, 2)
Genung Street Erie Grade Crossing Elimination Project of 1902 (Middletown) (18, 4 & 19, 3)
Summit Cut (Deerpark Pass) (17, 2 & 17, 4)
OTHER
Contest for a Railroad (N. J. Midland and Erie supposedly interested in the MU&WG) (18, 4)
The Proposed Erie Improvements Begin Today (At Middletown’s DW yard in 1890) (18, 3)
An Erie Galvanizer Injured (1895) (17, 4)
J. B. Halstead, Erie’s Middletown Freight Agent, Comments on Local Freight Business (19, 2)
US Postal Service 1923-24, Reminiscences of Henry Holley, Otisville Postmaster (17, 4)
The Erie, the M&U and the Black Dirt Farmers (17, 1)
The Ramapo Iron Works/Ramapo Wheel & Foundry/American Brake Shoe & Foundry (18, 3)
Ford’s Mahwah Plant; a Brief Mention (18, 3)

The book may be ordered from the M&NJ RHS (PO Box 848, New Hampton, NY 10958-0848, checks made out to "M&NJ RHS" for $36 covering the book and shipping/handling), ELHS, O&W RHS and Ron's Books.
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