|Author:||Geoffrey H. Doughty|
|Title:||New York Central's Great Steel Fleet 1948-1967|
|Format:||docx txt azw lrf|
|ePUB size:||1212 kb|
|FB2 size:||1930 kb|
|DJVU size:||1662 kb|
|Publisher:||T L C Pub; First Edition edition (1995)|
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New York Central's Great Steel Fleet, 1948-1967. New Haven Trackside with TJ Donahue by. Geoffrey H. Doughty, Tommy Donahue (Photographer).
New York Central System: New York Central's Great Steel Fleet 1948-1967. This was purchased as a present for a friend who is very interested in New York Central passenger equipment. It was a perfect choice for him, and he was very satisfied. shipping was very good. Packaging was great, and the confition of the book perfect.
Works by Geoffrey H. New York Central's Great Steel Fleet 1948-1967 18 copies. New Haven Railroad in the Streamline Era 13 copies. Burlington Route: The Early Zephyrs 11 copies. Doughty is currently considered a "single author. If one or more works are by a distinct, homonymous authors, go ahead and split the author. Doughty is composed of 4 names. You can examine and separate out names.
Geoffrey H. Doughty Transportation English. New York Central System: New York Central's Great Steel Fleet 1948-1967 - by Geoffrey H. Doughty PDF version. 1125 downloads at 21 mb/s. Doughty EPUB version. 1180 downloads at 19 mb/s. Mr. Doughty focuses on the passenger service of the New York Central Railroad from 1948 to its demise in 1967. He uses a combination of photos, personal experiences and manufacturers information to put together a comprehensive list of the storied livries of the New York Central railroad. This book would be invaluable to railroad buffs and anyone intent on modelling the New York Central system.
Home All Categories Hobbies & Crafts Books New York Central's Great Steel Fleet 1948-1967. ISBN13: 9781883089184. New York Central's Great Steel Fleet, 1948-1967. by Geoffrey H.
According to Geoffrey Doughty's book, "New York Central's Great Steel Fleet: 1948-1967," the road's Michigan Central subsidiary through southern Ontario via Buffalo and Detroit was one of its busiest corridors, offering a unique secondary through route between New York and Chicago. While the line functioned wonderfully in this manner, and hosted many named trains, it proved especially ideal for the Detroit market where no other system offered such fast, direct service between the Motor City and the Big Apple
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The 20th Century Limited was New York Central’s most deluxe train and was named because it started in 1902 at the beginning of the 20th century. This was the flag bearer of the great steel fleet. The train ran from Grand Central Terminal in New York City to LaSalle Street station in Chicago along the water level route. Most of the cars in the 1948 train were newly manufactured by Pullman Standard and by the Budd Corporation. The signature car of the train was the 5-double-bedroom lounge observation cars in the Creek series, of which two were built in 1948. The train declined and was cancelled in 1967. The train can be modeled with ain passenger cars in the NYC postwar paint scheme, a few Walther’s 10/6 sleepers, and some Concor Budd cars. Few of the model cars are exact matches for the 1960 prototype cars, but most are fairly close.