Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
CP Rail's Sunbury Line Reborn - by Kevin Burkholder Trouble on Tehachapi - by Bruce Blackadar True Tales of The Rails - from Railroad magazine The Funnel: BNSF's Idaho Main - by Bruce Kelly Twilight of the GMD1s - by John Leopard The Business of Steam - by Tom Kelcec DM&E's Coal Line At Risk? - by Bob Gallegos Regulars: Fanmail - letters from readers Timetable - events We'd Like You to Meet - John Leopard The Engineer's Seat - The snake and the sffiffer Railroadiana - product news and reviews Lineside Legacy - Rockhill Trolley Museum Railnews - news stories and photos Book Depot - railroad book mart On The Menu - Cafe Lafayette Dinner Train Railfun - Curt Katz Camera Bag - High Risk-High Yield Videos - videotape reviews Switch List - classified advertising Transit Currents - George M. Smerk Museum & Tourist Line Directory Markers - editorial commentary Railfanning ls: - humor Advertising Index - the railfan marketplace Final Frame Cover - BNSF's capacity improvement project on The Funnel is in evidence as a westbound stack train, led by Dash 9-44CW's 963 and 1071, rolls along Lake Pend Oreille between Sandpoint and Algoma, Idaho, on August 13, 1998. Bruce Kelly details the changes taking place on this busy line starting on page 30.
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