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The Conrail Cyclopedia - New York Central Books.

Freight Equipment of the New York Central, Volume 1: Boxcars, Stock Cars & Reefers
Freight Equipment of the New York Central, Volume 1: Boxcars, Stock Cars & Reefers by Bob Liljestrand
Paperback: 48 pages, all color
Publisher: White River Publications (The Railroad Press), 2001
From the Publisher: "Horse Cars, Pacemakers, Early Birds and more! From turn-of-the century wooden cars to modern steel cars from the 1950s and 1960s! This book is a must for all modelers and fans of New York Central! Cars are shown in several different paint and lettering schemes. A complete roster and index accompany crisp clear black and white photos. These vintage photographs are run large so you can see all of the details! This is the first in a series of NYC freight equipment."

New York Central Facilities In Color
New York Central Facilities In Color by Geoffrey H. Doughty
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2002
From the Publisher: "A new concept in all-color books: a system-wide examination of the NYC's stations, towers, shops, signals, yard structures, bridges, and many more miscellaneous parts of the road's physical plant. A valuable book for both railfan and model railroader alike."

NYC Color Guide to Freight and Passenger Equipment
NYC Color Guide to Freight and Passenger Equipment by David R. Sweetland and Robert J. Yanosey
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 1994
From the Publisher: "The Great Steel Fleet, Pacemaker Fast Freight, Early Bird Service — all famous slogans carried out by the equipment of the NYC System. Examine these cars in over 300 color photographs taken from the postwar years and into the 1960s, with expert commentary."

NYC Color Guide to Freight and Passenger Equipment, Volume 2
NYC Color Guide to Freight and Passenger Equipment, Volume 2 by Len Kilian, Jim Odell and Jeff English
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2005
From the Publisher: "The Great Steel Fleet, Pacemaker Freight Service,Century Green – all the NYC terms and more are examined in almost 300 color photos with expertly researched captions."

Piggyback Color Guide, Volume 2: I to X
Piggyback Color Guide, Volume 2: I to X by James Kinkaid
Hardcover: 128 glossy pages, color photos
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2014
From the Publisher: "The ever-changing nature of TOFC (trailer on flat car) types and operations is detailed on companies in the bottom half of the alphabet. "

Trackside Around Buffalo 1953-1976 with Ray Richards, Reg Button, and Devan Lawton
Trackside Around Buffalo 1953-1976 with Ray Richards, Reg Button, and Devan Lawton by Stephan Koenig
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2001
Notes: Out of print.
From the Publisher: "The "Grain Milling Capital of the World" was once America’s second largest rail interchange point. See the operations of NYC, LV, EL, N&W, B&O, C&O, CN, NKP, PRR, TH&B, Wabash and others in more than 250 vintage views"

Trackside Around Cleveland 1965-1979 with Dave McKay
Trackside Around Cleveland 1965-1979 with Dave McKay by Dave McKay
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2005
From the Publisher: "An outstanding photographic tour of Cleveland, Ohio and the surrounding countryside in full color when EL, NYC, PRR, NKP (N&W), and other lines were operating the last of first generation power."

Trackside Around Detroit and Windsor 1943-1976 with Emery Gulash
Trackside Around Detroit and Windsor 1943-1976 with Emery Gulash by Jerry A. Pinkepank
Hardcover: 128 glossy pages, color photos
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2012
From the Publisher: "The Michigan Central main line Ann Arbor through Windsor, from Hudsons along the Huron River through the latter day tenants of the Detroit River Tunnel, and the last days of Grand Trunk Western steam in the suburban zone."

Trackside Around Eastern Ohio 1965-1995 with Dave McKay
Trackside Around Eastern Ohio 1965-1995 with Dave McKay by Stephen M. Timko
Hardcover: 128 glossy pages, color photos
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2008
From the Publisher: "Dave McKay was schooled in photography and took his talent trackside to capture the numerous rail lines that surrounded his Eastern Ohio home. N&W, PRR, PC, CR, B&O, EL and NYC are just the trunk lines. Many other shortlines, terminal carriers, steel companies and industrials are included in this sweep through the east end of the Buckeye State."

Trackside Around Toledo 1946-1976 with Emery Gulash
Trackside Around Toledo 1946-1976 with Emery Gulash by Jerry Pinkepank
Hardcover: 128 glossy pages, color photos
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2011
From the Publisher: "PRR, NYC, AA, TT, D&TSL and others converged at this strategic location on the Great Lakes. Master photographer Emery Gulash visited Toledo often during these three key decades of change and recorded the passing scene in full color."

Trackside in the Rust Belt 1957-1977 with Cal Banse
Trackside in the Rust Belt 1957-1977 with Cal Banse by Stephen M. Timko
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2008
From the Publisher: "Erie RR operator Cal Banse took his camera to work and on excursions in eastern Ohio, western Pennsylvania and elsewhere in the steel and coal country. Cal was photographing the railroad scene from the end of steam to the introduction of second generation diesels in a territory known for its heavy industry." New York Central, Penn Central, Pennsylvania Railroad, Baltimore and Ohio, Erie Lackawanna, Pittsburgh and Lake Erie - last of steam and dieselization, - all here!"

West End Rails: NYC, PRR, PC, EL, CR
West End Rails: NYC, PRR, PC, EL, CR by Robert P. Olmsted
Paperback: 104 pages, black and white photos
Publisher: R.P. Olmsted, 1992
From the Publisher: "Black and white pictorial showcasing the western routes of the New York Central, the Pennsylvania Railroad, the Penn Central, Erie Lackawanna and Conrail. Illustrated throughout with black and white photos. "

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