WHAT'S IN THE LATEST SHORELINER®


The Shoreliner®, is the NHRHTA's glossy New Haven Railroad history magazine. Available through membership in the NHRHTA , selected dealers, or via mail order, each issue of the Shoreliner®, magazine is loaded with informative articles and interesting New Haven Related photographs, many of which are printed in full color.


The latest issue of the Shoreliner® is Volume 33 Issue 1, published in April 2011. This issue contains the following subjects:

Piggyback On The New Haven Railroad.

And More!


Shoreliner® Volume 32 Issue 4 contains the following subjects:

Selling the High Hoods – Alco vs EMC – the story of the New Haven's diesel-electric switchers and marketing by Alco and EMC.

Cedar Hill Coaling Tower.

Tom's Towers – about the various Connecticut railroad towers in which T.J. Donahue worked in the 1940s, '50s and '60s.

And More!


Shoreliner® Volume 32 Issue 3 contains the following subjects:

Fan Trip Favorites – The Pullman-Bradley Lightweights.

The story of the New Haven's Pullman-Bradley lightweight passenger fleet.

And More!


Shoreliner® Volume 32 Issue 2, contains the following subjects:

The story of the New Haven's tank car fleet.

The South Kent, CT, camp train wreck.

Ginger Ale Express - the story of the New Haven's first unit train, originating from the Clicquot plant in Millis, MA.

The genesis of the New Haven's equipment order for 50-foor Hydroframe 60 boxcars.

And More!


Shoreliner® Volume 32 Issue 1 contains the following subjects:

The story of K-1-b Mogul #409, her boiler explosion in Walpole Heights, MA, in 1923, and her rebuilding.

The origin of the names used on the New Haven's stainless steel dining car fleet ordered in 1946.

The story of Berkshire Junction, Danbury, CT.

The New Haven's Pilgrim Tours.

Signals on the Maybrook Line in the 1960s.

And More!


 Shoreliner® Volume 31 Issue 4 contains the following subjects:

The conclusion of the railroad story of Hartford, CT -- Capital of the Constitution State.

And More!


 Shoreliner® is Volume 31 Issue 3, published in July 2009, contains the following subjects:

Part 1 of the railroad story of Hartford, CT -- Capital of the Constitution State.

And More!


 Shoreliner®  Volume 31 Issue 2, published in March 2009, contains the following subjects:

The story of the New Haven's EF-3 electric freight motors.

And More!


 Shoreliner®  Volume 31 Issue 1, published in October 2008, contains the following subjects:

Fall railfan excursions on the Canal Line in the 1940s and '50s.

A review of some signals on the New Haven.

The story of the Harlem River Auction House and the Salvage Department.

And More!


 Shoreliner® Volume 30 Issue 4, published in August 2008, contains the following subjects:

The story of the New Haven's Alco RS-1 (DERS-1b) fleet.

Details on equipment and paint schemes used on the New Haven RS-1s.

Photos showing details on the New Haven C-Liner (DER-4) fleet.

And More!


 Shoreliner® Volume 30 Issue 3, published in April 2008, contains the following subjects:

The story of the New Haven's NE-6 caboose fleet.

How the historic train station in Taunton, MA, was destroyed by a passing freight train, which in the process also destroyed an NE-6 caboose.

And More!


Shoreliner® Volume 30 Issue 2 contains the following subjects:

Full color front cover photo of RS-11 #1407, with a Franklin local commuter train passing through Readville, MA.

The conclusion of a detailed history on the New Haven's Readville shops outside Boston, MA.

A photo essay of the people who worked at the New Haven's Readville shops during World War II.

And More!


Shoreliner®  Volume 30 Issue 1 contains the following subjects:

Full color front cover photo of condemned DL-109 #0759, the last unit of the class and the only DL-109 to receive the McGinnis paint scheme, at Readville, MA, 10 March 1957.

The story of the Bussey Bridge disaster, a major Boston & Providence Railroad accident that occurred in the West Roxbury section of Boston on 14 March 1887.

Part three of a detailed history on the New Haven's Readville shops outside Boston, MA.

And More!


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