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MOTIVE POWER


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Volume 3 Issue 2 (Spring) 1972
  • "New Electrics for the New Haven" -- Discusses the EF-4 class, purchased from the Norfolk & Western in 1963. 10 pages, with photos (including front page) and diagrams.
Volume 4 Issue 2 (Spring) 1973
  • "G4a -- The Kangaroo?" -- Discusses the G-4-a 4-6-0s, and specifically #820 and #846, which were sold to the Commonwealth Railways of Australia in June 1942. 4 pages, including two-page photo feature.
Volume 5 Issue 2 (Spring) 1974
  • "Early Experimental Electric Locomotives" -- Chronicles the development of the New Haven's electric freight motors, focusing on the early experimental motors. 9 pages with photos and diagrams.
Volume 6 Issue 1 (Winter) 1975
  • "It Takes Power to Win a War..." -- Reprint of a July 1944 Along the Line article detailing the status of New Haven motive power during World War II. 4 pages with photos.
  • "Steam Power" -- Reprint of a July 1944 Along the Line article detailing the status of New Haven steam power during World War II. 4 pages with photos.
  • "Electric Power" -- Reprint of a July 1944 Along the Line article detailing the status of New Haven electric power during World War II. 4 pages with photos and roster.
  • "Diesel-Electric Power" -- Reprint of a July 1944 Along the Line article detailing the status of New Haven diesel-electric power during World War II. 4 pages with photos.
Volume 7 Issue 2 (Spring) 1976
  • "Experiences on the L-1" -- Arthur Bixby, Sr., shares his recollections of working on the L-1s in Maybrook line service. 2 pages with photos.
Volume 7 Issue 3 (Summer) 1976
  • "New Haven FAs" -- The history and technical data for the Alco diesel-electric freight locomotives. 13 pages with photos (including front and rear covers) and diagrams.
Volume 7 Issue 4 (Fall) 1976
  • "The New Haven Streamlined Locomotives" -- Reprint from the April 1937 issue of Baldwin Locomotives reviewing the new I-5 steam locomotives and the history of steam locomotive development on the New Haven. 15 pages with photos.
Volume 8 Issue 1 (Winter) 1977
  • "Locomotive Performance on the New Haven" -- Reprint from Baldwin Locomotives reviewing the performance of the I-5 steam locomotives. 5 pages with photos.
  • "A Comparison of the Class I-4 and I-5 Locomotives of the New Haven" -- Reprint from the March 1942 issue of The Railroad Enthusiast comparing the last two passenger steam locomotives purchased by the New Haven. 6 pages with photos.
  • "Experiences on the I-5" -- As recalled by Arthur Bixby, Sr. 3 pages with photos.
Volume 8 Issue 3 (Summer) 1977
  • "Full Speed Ahead for our New Diesel Locomotives" -- Reprint of an October 1941 Along the Line article on the construction of the first ten New Haven Alco DL-109s diesel-electric locomotives. 2 pages with photos.
  • "The New Haven DL-109s" -- The history and technical data for the very successful #0700 - 0759 series of diesel-electric locomotives. 14 pages with photos (including front cover) and diagrams.
  • "DL-109s - Seventy-three Confirmed, One VERY Questionable" -- Review of Alco's production run of the DL-109, of which the New Haven owned 60 out of 73 produced, and the Rock Island's #624. 4 pages with photos.
Volume 8 Issue 4 (Fall) 1977
  • "The Jets ... The Story of the New Haven EP-5s" -- The history and technical data for the last class of electric passenger motors purchased by the New Haven. 23 pages with diagrams and photos (including front cover).
Volume 9 Issue 1 (Winter) 1978
  • "The New Haven Mountains" -- Recollections by Arthur M. Bixby, Sr., of the New Haven's R-1, R-2 and R-3 class steam locomotives. 15 pages with roster and photos (including front cover).
  • "Baldwin Demonstrators on the New Haven" -- Photos and schedules for Baldwin diesel demonstrators on the New Haven. 4 pages.
Volume 9 Issue 2 (Spring) 1978
  • "Fairbanks-Morse Consolidation Diesel Locomotives" -- The history and technical data for the New Haven's C-Liners #790 - 799. 13 pages with diagrams, roster and photos (including front cover and black & white centerspread).
  • "The New Haven's Dieselization Program" -- August 1948 article reprinted from "Fifty Years of the American Diesel." 3 pages with photos.
Volume 9 Issue 3 (Summer) 1978
  • "The New Haven EP-2s" -- The history and technical data for the New Haven's 0300 - 0326 series electric passenger motors. 17 pages with diagrams, roster and photos (including front cover).
Volume 10 Issue 1 (Winter) 1979
  • "The New Haven Pacifics" -- The history and technical data for the New Haven's I-1, I-2, I-3 and I-4 class steam locomotives. 15 pages with roster and photos (including front cover).
Volume 10 Issue 2 (Spring) 1979
  • "The New Haven's Alco PAs" -- The history and technical data for the DER-3a class diesels. 25 pages with diagrams, roster and photos (including front cover).
Volume 10 Issue 3 1979
  • "Modeling the New Haven U25Bs" -- Discusses kitbashing Athearn's HO-scale U28B kit. 2 pages with diagrams and photos.
Volume 10 Issue 4 1979
  • "Amtrak's Remanufactured FL9 Locomotives" -- Details on the rebuilding of six nee-New Haven FL9s by Amtrak. 11 pages with photos.
Volume 11 Issue 1 1980
  • "New Haven K Class Moguls" -- The history and technical data for the New Haven standard freight steam locomotives. 14 pages with photos, diagrams and roster.
  • "Modeling the New Haven: Brass Models...Let's Do It Right!" -- Discusses the recently released HO-sclae Custom Brass I-4, Custom Brass I-5 and Empire Midland G-4. 2 pages with photos.
Volume 11 Issue 3 1980
  • "The New Haven EF-4s - 'Bricks'" -- Discusses the history and technical details of the last class of electric freight motors, nee-Virginian Railway, acquired from the Norfolk & Western in the early 1960s. 16 pages, with photos (including front cover), diagrams and roster.
  • "Modeling the New Haven GP-9s" -- Discusses kitbashing Athearn's HO-scale GP-9 model. 3 pages with photos and diagrams.
Volume 11 Issue 4 1980
  • "Modeling the New Haven: Rebuilt DL-109s" -- Discusses how to modify the Hallmark HO-scale brass DL-109 with the original car side confiuration to the post-war rebuilt car side configuration. 6 pages with photos and diagram.
Volume 12 Issue 3 1981
  • "Modeling the New Haven's Alco C-425s" -- Details on how to kitbash an AHM HO-scale C-424 to create a model of a New Haven Alco C-425. 4 pages with photos and diagram.
  • "The Last of the Insiders Remains an Outsider" -- The history of the Daniel Nason, orginally built for the Boston & Providence Railroad, and the only surviving New Haven steam locomotive. 4 pages with photos and drawing.
Volume 12 Issue 4 1981
  • "Modeling the New Haven's Alco PA 2000 H.P. Diesel" -- Details on how to customize Athearn's HO-scale PA-1. 4 pages with photos and diagram.
Volume 13 Issue 3 1982
  • "Modeling the New Haven's Alco HH600" -- Instructions on how to kitbash an HO-scale Alco HH600. 5 pages with photos and diagram.
Volume 13 Issue 4 1982
  • "Modeling the New Haven's H-16-44s" -- Instructions on how to kitbash Athearn's HO-scale Fairbanks Morse Trainmaster (H-24-66) into a New Haven H-16-44. 5-1/3 pages with photos and diagram.
Volume 14 Issue 1 1983
  • "The New Haven Railroad, Mother of Main Line Electrification" -- Discusses the New Haven's influence on the electrification of the Hoosac Tunnel in Massachusetts. 5 pages with photos.
Volume 14 Issue 3 1983
  • "Howard Fogg's RS-2 Print" -- The story behind this famous painting, as told by Alco artist Howard Fogg. 1 page with print.
  • "The 400s -- Part 1" -- The history of the New Haven's Alco FAs and FBs. 20 pages with photos (many color, including front cover) and diagram. Includes many photos in Maybrook service.
  • "Modeling the New Haven: Backdating the Custom Brass EP-1" -- Customizations to improve the look of the HO scale Custom Brass EP-1. 3 pages with photos and diagrams.
Volume 14 Issue 4 1983
  • "The 400s -- Part 2" -- The history of the New Haven's Alco FAs and FBs. Conclusion. 17 pages with photos, diagram and technical memorandum.
Volume 15 Issue 1 1984
  • Inside cover 1/2-page photo of 4-4-0 C-9 #19.
Volume 15 Issue 2 1984
  • "Power - Versatility - Brevity" -- Discusses the brief life of Fairbanks Morse C-liners on the New Haven. 5 pages, including cover and color centerspread photos.
Volume 15 Issue 3 1984
  • "Modeling the New Haven: The New Haven FL-9" -- Discusses kitbashing an Atlas FP-7 in HO scale. 6 pages with photos and diagrams.
  • "On the New Haven...Today: 'Project 2000,' September 7, 1984." -- Unveils photos of CDOT FL-9s in new McGinnis paint. 3-1/2 pages, including front cover and color centerpread photos.
Volume 15 Issue 4 1984
  • Color centerspread of Mogul #392 waiting for its next assignment, circa 1949.
  • "Proper Nomenclature" -- Debunks the common railfan terms 'AAR Type A' and AAR Type B' trucks on diesel-electrics. 1-1/2 pages with photo.
  • "Modeling the New Haven: The New Haven 1/48" to a Foot" -- Discusses customizations done to an Overland Models imported brass O-scale RS-11. 2 pages with photos.
Volume 16 Issue 1 1985
  • "The New Haven's DEY-2 Ingersoll-Rand Switchers" -- The history of these early diesel-electric locomotives, delivered in 1936. 6 pages with photos.
  • Color centerspread of EP-3 #322 in McGinnis paint at New Haven station, March 31, 1956.
Volume 16 Issue 2 1985
  • "Modeling the New Haven: Modifying the Custom Brass R3 -- 'The Right Look'" -- Discusses a modeler's change made to improve the look of his Custom Brass R-3a. 1/2 page.
  • "Modeling the New Haven: The EP-5s Return (in 'O' Scale)" -- Announcement of Overland Models' planned brass model of the EP-5 in O scale. 1/2 page.
Volume 16 Issue 3 1985
  • "Modeling the New Haven: New Haven Mogul 2-6-0" -- A review of New England Rail Service's imported brass model. 1 page.
  • "Modeling the New Haven: New Haven Model History" -- Remembering Conover Miniature Trains' class A 4-4-0 kit, first produced in 1938. 1/2 page.
Volume 16 Issue 4 1985
  • "On the New Haven...Today" -- Two short stories detailing the Connecticut Valley Railroad Museum's acquisition of former New Haven DERS-2c (RS-3) #529, U-25B #2525 and FA-1 #0401, and a nother story on the CVRM's October 26, 1985 Railfan's Day. 2-1/2 pages with photos.
Volume 17 Issue 1 1986
  • "Modeling the New Haven: Which HO RS-3 to Choose?" -- A comparison of the various HO-scale models of the Alco RS-2/3 and RS-11. 3 pages with photos.
Volume 17 Issue 2 1986
  • "New Haven Railroad Museum?" -- Includes a photo of FA-1 #0401 recently acquired by the Connecticut Valley Railroad Museum. 1 page.
Volume 17 Issue 3 1986
  • "Modeling the New Haven: New Haven's DERS-2c (RS-3) Part I" -- Describes details on the New Haven RS-3s. 5 pages with photos and diagrams.
  • "Connecticut Valley Railroad Museum News" -- Update on the CVRM's preservation efforts on RS-3 #529, FA-1 #0401 and U-25B #2525. 1/3 page.
Volume 17 Issue 4 1986
  • "Modeling the New Haven: New Haven's DERS-2C (RS-3) Part II -- The Rebuilds" -- Describes details on the RS-3s rebuilt in the late 1950s. 3 pages with photos.
  • "On the New Haven...Today -- Connecticut Valley Railroad Museum News" -- News on the CVRM's ew Haven RS-3 529. 1 page with photos.
  • Centerspread photo of Alco S-1 0953 and RS-3s 555 and 558 at Hartford, CT, October 7, 1956.
Volume 18 Issue 1 1987
  • "Era of Stripes" -- Story on the short-lived pinstripe paint schemes of the early post-World War II years. 6 pages with photos, some color including centerspread photo of DL-109 #0748 in yellow stripes at Springfield, MA.
  • "Connecticut Valley Railroad Museum News: Last New Haven Electric Saved" -- The Connecticut Valley Railroad Museum (Railroad Museum of New England) saves EF-4 #301. 1 page with photo.
Volume 18 Issue 2 1987
  • "The Motors of Danbury" -- Memories by Peter McLachlan of the New Haven's electric motors on the Danbury branch. 5 pages with photos (some color, including centerspread at Branchville, CT).
  • "Fairbanks Morse on the New Haven" -- The story of Fairbanks Morse's attempts to sell diesel-electric's to the New Haven. Includes discussions on FM demonstrators on the New Haven, the H-16-44s (590s and 1600s), the C-liners (CFA-24-5 790s) and the John Quincy Adams. 8 pages with photos (some color).
  • "Not on the New Haven Today..." -- The story of EP-4/EF-3s look-alike electrics running in Brazil in 1987. 2 pages with photos and builder's information.
Volume 18 Issue 3 1987
  • "C.V.R.M. News -- NH #0401 Project" -- The story of the Connecticut Valley Railroad Museum's (Railroad Museum of New England) work to preserve and restore newly acquired Alco FA-1 #0401. 1/2 page with photos.
  • "Strangers on the New Haven" -- Discusses the use of foreign power on the New Haven in the 1950s and '60s. 4 pages with photos, some color.
Volume 18 Issue 4 1987
  • "The Rebirth of NH 0401" -- More on the Connecticut Valley Railroad Museum's (Railroad Museum of New England) work to preserve and restore newly acquired Alco FA-1 #0401. 5 pages with photos, including color centerspread.
  • "The New York, New Haven and ... KALGOORLIE" -- More on the New Haven G-4-as which were sent to Australia. 1 page with a painting.
  • "Arthur M. Bixby, Sr., Sets the Record Straight" -- More details on the New Haven G-4-as which were sent to Australia. 3 pages with photos.
Volume 19 Issue 1 1988
  • "On the New Haven...Today -- NH EF-4 #300 Arrives" -- The Connecticut Valley Railroad Museum (Railroad Museum of New England) saves this last survivor of the New Haven's once extensive electric locomotive fleet. 1/2 page with photo.
Volume 20 Issue 1 1989
  • "Sports Model" -- Photo of I-4 #1392 with a Vanderbilt tender. 1/2 page with photo.
Volume 20 Issue 2 1989
  • "Engineer's Work Station" -- Inside cab photo of a New Haven I-4. 1 page with photo.
Volume 20 Issue 3 1989
  • "The Rebirth Continues" -- Photo of nee-New Haven RS-1 #0670 at Hyannis, recently acquired by the Bay Colony Railroad/Cape Cod Railroad and painted in New Haven colors. 1/2 page with photo.
Volume 20 Issue 4 1989
  • "Pennsy S-1 on the New Haven" -- The story of the New Haven's involvement in transporting a Pennsy 6-4-4-6 steamer from Altoona, PA, to Flushing Meadow Park, NY, site f the 1939 World's Fair. The locomotive was transported via Maybrook - Devon - Harold. 2 pages with photos.
Volume 22 Issue 2 1991
  • "Riding the Rails in a Diesel Engine on the Worcester to New Haven Run" -- Reprint of a Worcester Sunday Telegram Feature Parade article from May 30, 1948, about the new Alco FA/FB 0400s replacing steam on the New Haven. 4 pages with photos.
  • "What's the Story?" -- Photo of X-6 2819, which appears to have been renumbered back to her pre-1904 designation as number 906. Photo location believed to be Plymouth, MA. 2/3 page.
Volume 22 Issue 3 1991
  • "A Tender Story -- with a Sad Ending?" -- The story of L-1 3249's tender in water car service for the New Haven, Penn Central, Conrail and Metro-North. 6 pages, with photos (some color) and drawing.
  • "A Comparison of Super Steam Passenger Locomotives" -- Noted steam expert Arthur Bixby, Sr. compares the performance of the New Haven's I-5 class versus the Norfolk & Western's J class steam locomotives. 14 pages with photos, including some color.
  • "The Re-Manufacture of #0401" -- The story of the Railroad Museum of New England's work to restore FA-1 0401. 8 pages with photos, including some color.
Volume 23 Issue 1 1992
  • "New Haven 0727 -- Unusual Even for a DL-109" -- The conversion of 0727 to permit operation as a 'middle' unit. 3 pages, including photos and a drawing.
  • "Both Engines Digging In!" -- June 1940 photo of two J-class Mikados straining with a Canal line freight at New Britain, CT. 1 page.
  • "Whistle Artist" -- John Wallace remembers engineers' artistry with the whistle around Middletown, CT, and a chance comparison between a K-1 mogul on a Valley local and an R-1 on an Air line local. 4 pages with photos.
  • "A Bit Different" -- Diesel-electric demonstrators and visiting equipment tours on the New Haven. 11 pages, including photos, a drawing, and color back cover photos.
Volume 23 Issue 2 1992
  • "The Making of a Railroad Man by the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad" -- The recollections of Arthur M. Bixby, Sr., who apprenticed 3 years in the mid-1920s and worked 14 years on the New Haven, including extensive training at the Readville, MA, shops and the Van Nest electric shops. Includes considerable information on the repair of the New Haven's steam locomotives and electric motors. 40 pages, including photos.
Volume 23 Issue 4 1992
  • "The 'Bull Moose' 2-8-0s" -- The story of the CNE/New Haven's F-5 class Consolidations. 20 pages including color cover and centerspread photos.
  • "Vindication of an Early Diesel Workhorse" -- A tribute to the New Haven's Alco S-1 and S-2 switchers. 5 pages.
Volume 24 Issue 1 1993
  • "New Haven 820 'Down Under'" -- More on the G-4-a's career in Australia. 1 page.
  • "What's the Story?" -- Did K-1-b 446 move to New Orleans after her retirement on the New Haven? 1 page.
Volume 24 Issue 2 1993
  • "Baisley's Last Run?" -- Photo of highly decorated I-2 1334 at Danbury, about to depart for Pittsfield. 1 page.
  • "A Rare Matched McGinnis Lashup" -- Color centerspread photo of a matched McGinnis FA-FB-FA set at Providence, RI, in January 1958.
Volume 25 Issue 1 1994
  • "Beauty and the Beast" -- Short photo essay comparing the L-1s and FA/FBs in Maybrook Line service. 4 pages, including color centerspread of L-1 3221 with freight at Highland Junction, Waterbury, CT, June 5th, 1947.
Volume 25 Issue 2 1994
  • "Single Marker" -- More on G-4-a's 820 and 846 in Australia. 1 page with photos.
  • "New Haven's Unique FL-9 -- Part 1" -- The history of the New Haven's dual power locomotives. 28 pages with photos, plus cover photo.
Volume 25 Issue 3 1994
  • "New Haven's Unique FL-9 -- Part 2" -- The history of the New Haven's dual power locomotives. 32 pages with photos, plus cover photos.
  • "The Jury's Still Out" -- The debate about the appeal versus the affront of a McGinnis paint scheme on the EP-2 and EP-3 box cabs. 1 page with photo.
Volume 25 Issue 4 1994
  • "New Haven's Unique FL-9 -- Part 3" -- The history of the New Haven's dual power locomotives in the post-New Haven years. 11 pages with photos.
Volume 26 Issue 1 1995
  • "Variations on a Theme" -- Describing the (mostly) minor variations on the FL-9 paint scheme. 10 pages, with photos and drawings, including a color centerspread.
Volume 28 Issue 4
  • "The 'I's' Have It" -- Discusses the reason why the New Haven's last steam passenger locomotives, the 1400-series 4-6-4s, were given the I- class designation, while the earlier I classes had been 4-6-2s. 4 pages with photos.
Volume 29 Issue 1
  • Cover photo of EP-4 #362 with a damaged nose westbound through South Norwalk, CT, on 9 May 1959.
  • "Snow Trains" -- Reviews the New Haven's snow train operations of the 1930s through the 1950s. Includes discussion and photos of the I-4s and R-1s used in this service. 14 pages with photos.
  • "PP-716 -- The World's Last DL-109" -- Reviews the history of DL-109 0716, used as a third rail power source at Boston's Dover Street yard for the McGinnis experimental trains in the late 1950s. 7 pages with photos, including some color.
Volume 30 Issue 4
  • "New Haven's DERS-1b -- The Alco RS-1" -- The story of the New Haven's 12 RS-1 units (#0660 - 0671).  37 pages, including covers and centerfold photos and various paint schemes applied over the years.
Volume 31 Issue 2
  • "The New Haven's EF-3 -- Monster Power Machine" -- The history of the New Haven's electric freight motors #150 - 159, built during World War II.  36 pages, including cover and centerfold paintings, inside front cover photos.
Volume 32 Issue 1
  • "The Unusual Saga of K-1-b Mogul 409" -- The story of steam locomotive #409, its boiler explosion at Walpole Heights, MA, on August 19, 1923, its rebuilding and subsequent career on the New Haven. 7 pages with photos.
Volume 32 Issue 4
  • "Selling the High Hoods -- Alco vs EMC" -- The story of the American Locomotive Company and Electro-Motive Corporation's development of diesel-electric switchers, their marketing, and the New Haven's diesel-electric switchers, primarily built by Alco. 12 pages with photos and manufacturer advertising.
Volume 34 Issue 2
  • "The EP-3 -- New Haven's Ultimate Passenger Box Cab" -- Detailed history of passenger motors 0351-0360, built in 1931. 34 pages with photos and diagrams.
Volume 35 Issue 1
  • "Working on the New Haven's DEY-3s (and one DEY-5)" -- Jack Swanberg's recollections of working on the nine-hundred switchers and #0621 in the Derby, Waterbury and Hartford, CT, areas in the 1960s. 2 pages with photos.
  • "New Haven's DEY-3 / DEY-5 Switchers -- Alco S-1 and S-2 Switchers: 0931-0995 & 0600-0621" -- Detailed history of the New Haven's Alco S-1 and S-2 switchers (#0931 #0995 and #0600 #0621). 34 pages with photos, diagram and table.
Volume 35 Issue 2
  • "Toward Steam's Last Bow" -- Tom Curtin tells the story of the Railroad Enthusiasts' round trip steam excurion from Boston's South Station April 27, 1952, with I-4s #1372 and #1388. The two special trains operated South Station - Blackstone - Putnam, CT - Willimantic - Middletown - Cedar Hill - Groton - Plainfield - Providence - South Station. 23 pages with photos and map.
  • "Recollections of 27 April 1952, Sunday" -- Harry Chase recalls riding the April 27, 1952 RRE steam excursion. 4 pages with photos.
Volume 36 Issue 3
  • "More Than Just Locomotives" -- Jack Swanberg tells the story of the New Haven's 1930s publicity campaign for the new I-5 locomotives, a morale booster for New England during the Great Depression. 7 pages with photos and publicity material.
  • "1405 x 3 = 4-4-0 + 4-6-4 + RS-11" -- The three New Haven locomotives that carried the number 1405: a B-4, an I-5 and an RS-11. 1 page with photos.
Volume 37 Issue 2
  • "I-4s Decorated for the Yankee Clipper" -- A review of the decorations applied to I-4s #1384 and #1391 while in Yankee Clipper service. 1 page with photos.
Volume 37 Issue 4
  • "Did the Pennsy Sharks Ever Make It to Cedar Hill?" -- Based on February 1, 1961 photos of Pennsylvania Railroad class BF-16 (RF16) Baldwin shark #9599 and companion class BF-15a (DR-4-4-15) #9705 at Maybrook, NY and time books by retired New Haven engineer Peter McLachlan, author Al Baker asks if the Pennsy units were used on a freight to New Haven's Cedar Hill yard. 2 page with photos.
Volume 38 Issue 2
  • "Not a Coincidence" -- Jack Swanberg explains why U25Bs were typically the lead unit on Maybrook freights in the 1960s. 3 pages with photos, some color.
  • "What's the Story?" -- Did Bill Aldrich witness the last New Haven steam locomotive in regular service in Pawtucket, RI, in the spring of 1952? 1 page.
  • "The Best Locomotive Built in New England" -- The story of the innovative nineteenth century locomotive designer George S. Griggs and early Boston & Providence locomotives, including the Norfolk. The article includes a review of the B&P's Roxbury Shops in Boston. 12 pages with photos of early B&P locomotives, and maps and drawings of the Roxbury Shops.
Volume 38 Issue 3
  • "The Manufacturers Railroad in New Haven" -- The story of the industrial railroad that served industries along both sides of the Quinnipiac River. Includes details on the motors, steam locomotives and diesels used the serve the line. 15 pages with photos and maps.
  • "New Haven's Pioneer Diesel Worked on the Manufacturers Railroad" -- Discusses the use of New Haven #0900 on the route. 2 pages with photos.

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