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N & W: The Giant of Steam ~ by Major Jeffries
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Norfolk and Western

Norfolk & Western in the Appalachians : From the Blue Ridge to the Big Sandy ~ by Ed King ~ Norfolk & Western in the Appalachians

Norfolk and Western Coal Cars: From 1881 to 1998 ~ by Andrew Dow
Norfolk and Western Coal Cars: From 1881 to 1998

"This fully illustrated history of N&W's hoppers and high-side gondolas begins in 1881 and continues through the present Norfolk & Southern operations. Not only is this study a superb technological history, it's also an ideal data file for modellers. The drawings are taken from a number of trade publications and company archives. Photographs from all eras show the cars being both built and used." ~ Amazon.com

Norfolk & Western Railway's Magnificent Mallets: The Y Class 2-8-8-2s  
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by William E. Wardeb, William E. Warden

The North Arkansas Line ~ by James R. Fair
North Arkansas Line
"This illustrated history of the Missouri & North Arkansas' "365 miles of track 'n trouble" shows how close to the hearts of the communities it serves a railroad can become.  The line brought pride and work to one of the most  depressed areas of the country, the Ozarks, for 82 years.  At its zenith the line ran from Joplin, Missouri to Helena, Arkansas on the Mississippi River.  ... it traversed some of the roughest sections of the Ozark Mountains to reach the lead and zinc mines of the area" ~ excerpt from book's frontice piece

Northern California Railroads ~ by Fred Matthews
Northern California Railroads
"...photographic record of the railways of northern California during the fifteen years following World War II. The subject matter includes mainline roads such as the Southern Pacific and Western Pacific, regional short lines, electric interurbans, and trolleys. The area covered is from Bakersfield and San Luis Obispo north to southern Oregon and east to include western Nevada. ~  224 pages of text, color and b&w photographs, maps, timetables."
Northern Pacific Classic Steam Era ~ by Lorenz P. Shrenk, Robert L. Frey ~ Northern Pacific Classic Steam Era

"This volume focuses on the years 1905 through 1925 and the locomotives acquired during these years, focusing on the challenges, triumphs and disasters. The carefully researched and written text is enhanced by over 340 specifically chosen photographs from the work of some of the country's best known rail photographers including, Nixon, McGee, Fredrickson, and Hastings."  by the publisher.

Northern Pacific Railway Photo Archive ~ by John Kelly    Northern Pacific Railway Photo Archive   

"The Northern Pacific was always a progressive leader in railroading, and was the first to offer sleeping and dining car service from St. Paul to the Pacific Northwest.  Covering the 30s through the '60s, this book's outstanding vintage photography highlights the North Coast Limited (the finest passenger train in North America), the faster Vista-Dome passenger trains, NP's team and diesel locomotives, and NP's Freight cars, Maintenance-of-way and Cabooses."

Northwestern Pacific Railroad  ~ by Fred Codoni &  Paul C. Trimble          Northwestern Pacific Railroad

" The Northwestern Pacific Railroad—the Redwood Empire Route—once stretched its shining track from Humboldt Bay to San Francisco Bay. Created by the amalgamation of 42 different companies, the North Coast railroad network ranged from the Sonoma Prismoidal, an early wooden monorail, to broad-gauge logging lines built to be hauled by horses. In between were the two-foot Sonoma Magnesite Railroad, the narrow-gauge North Pacific Coast, and standard-gauge lines. Determining the route of major highways, this versatile transportation system also incorporated electric interurbans, ferry steamboats, sternwheel riverboats, tugs, car f loats, and unusual connectors like funiculars and scenic tourist railways. From the time of its formation in 1907 until the 1970s, Northwestern Pacific trains and boats were loaded with passengers and freight."

A Northwest Rail Pictorial: Volume III ~ by Warren W. Wing ~ A Northwest Rail Pictorial: Volume III

"A pictorial essay of early railroading throughout the Northwest, from Oregon to British Columbia and east through Montana...."

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