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Altoona Action
Altoona Action by Tom Biery and Jaime Serentsis
Hardcover: 128 glossy pages, sharp b/w and color photos, maps, index, bibliography.
Publisher: White River Productions (The Railroad Press), 2010
From the Publisher: "Altoona Action is a hardcover book featuring 30 years of railroading in and around the city of Altoona, Pennsylvania. Brilliant black & white and color photography, taken between the mid-1960s and the mid-1990s, presents the Pennsylvania Railroad, Penn Central and Conrail. In addition to Altoona, the book covers Horseshoe Curve, Gallitzin, Cresson, Tyrone and Spruce Creek."

Anthracite Railroads & Mining In Color, Volume 1
Anthracite Railroads & Mining In Color, Volume 1 by Chuck Yungkurth
Hardcover: 128 pages, color photos
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2010
Notes: Out of print. Digital reprint available.
From the Publisher: "Anthracite or “hard” coal is scarce all over the world and is found virtually nowhere in the United States, except in Northeast Pennsylvania. It burns at a high temperature with almost no smoke, leaving little ash and dust. Anthracite Railroads & Mining In Color Volume 1 features its development and the roads involved, including Reading, Jersey Central, Wanamie Mine Railway, Lehigh & New England, Pennsylvania, Lehigh Valley, and Conrail. "

Pennsy Diesel Years, Volume 1
Pennsy Diesel Years, Volume 1 by Robert J. Yanosey
Hardcover: 160 pages, color photos
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 1988
Notes: Out of print. Digital reprint available.
From the Publisher: "Morning Sun Books’ third book released back in 1988 examines the PRR diesel fleet as the railroad is traversed from North Jersey out to Chicago. From the smallest switchers to the “Bombers” (Centipedes), they’re all found in this 160-page book. "

Pennsylvania Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 1: New York Division Sunnyside to Lane
Pennsylvania Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 1: New York Division Sunnyside to Lane by Robert J. Yanosey
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2008
From the Publisher: "An all-rail ride to the “Big Apple” was PRR President Alexander Cassatt’s goal and he accomplished it by 1910 with remarkable construction achievements. See the vital east end of the New York Division in full color through its facilities ranging from the incomparable Penn Station New York to a lowly block station in Waverly Yard."

Pennsylvania Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 2: New York Division, Lane to Torresdale
Pennsylvania Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 2: New York Division, Lane to Torresdale by Robert J. Yanosey
Hardcover: 128 pages, color photos
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2008
From the Publisher: "Stations, towers, bridges and anything else “without wheels” on the PRR west end of its New York Division main line and the PA&W, Princeton, Amboy and Bel-Del branches"

Pennsylvania Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 3: Philadelphia Division
Pennsylvania Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 3: Philadelphia Division by Robert J. Yanosey
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2009
From the Publisher: "The PRR Main Line and the several commuter branches which radiate out of the City of Brotherly Love all contained many fascinating stations, towers and other buildings. Almost 300 color photos, both with and without trains!"

Pennsylvania Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 4: Chesapeake Division
Pennsylvania Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 4: Chesapeake Division by Robert J. Yanosey
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2009
From the Publisher: "Facilities and trains on the Wilmington-Washington main line and the Delmarva, Pope’s Creek, C&PD and other branches."

Pennsylvania Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 5: Harrisburg Division Passenger Lines
Pennsylvania Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 5: Harrisburg Division Passenger Lines by Robert J. Yanosey
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2009
From the Publisher: "The shops, stations, towers and other facilities of the Harrisburg Division lines that hosted passenger service in the final years - the main line Park to Banks and the Northern Central southern portion - are examined in full color."

Pennsylvania Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 6: Harrisburg Div. - Freight Lines
Pennsylvania Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 6: Harrisburg Div. - Freight Lines by Robert J. Yanosey
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2009
From the Publisher: "The freight-only lines of the Harrisburg Division – A&S, Columbia Branch, and smaller routes – are examined for their facilities and the trains that utilized them. Special emphasis on Enola Yard and Columbia, Pa., all in full color."

Pennsylvania Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 7: Northern Division
Pennsylvania Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 7: Northern Division by Robert J. Yanosey
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2010
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Pennsylvania Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 8: Allegheny Division Banks to Antis
Pennsylvania Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 8: Allegheny Division Banks to Antis by Robert J. Yanosey
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2010
From the Publisher: "The towers, stations and other facilities through the Juniata Valley from Harrisburg to just east of Altoona are featured in this 128-page all-color volume."

Pennsylvania Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 9: Allegheny Div. Antis To Derry
Pennsylvania Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 9: Allegheny Div. Antis To Derry by Robert J. Yanosey
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2010
From the Publisher: "Altoona and “The Mountain,” Johnstown and the “Packsaddle” – the stations, towers and infrastructure in this most rugged portion of the PRR main line across the Alleghenies are explored. These facilities are visited in PRR, PC and Conrail days."

Pennsylvania Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 10: Pittsburgh Division Derry to Penn Station
Pennsylvania Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 10: Pittsburgh Division Derry to Penn Station by Robert J. Yanosey
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2008
From the Publisher: "Latrobe, Greensburg, Wilkinsburg, and many more stations, towers and other structures on the main line. Detailed looks at the Radabaugh Tunnel elimination, Pitacirn Yard and the rebuilding of Penn Station, Pittsburgh."

Pennsylvania Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 11: Pittsburgh Division - Penn Station to Beaver Falls
Pennsylvania Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 11: Pittsburgh Division - Penn Station to Beaver Falls by Robert J. Yanosey
Hardcover: 128 glossy pages, color photos
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2011
From the Publisher: "PRR, PC and CR trains pass towers, stations, bridges and other Pennsy structures on the west side of the Pittsburgh Division."

Pennsylvania Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 12: Lake Division
Pennsylvania Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 12: Lake Division by Robert J. Yanosey
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2011
From the Publisher: "The stations, towers and structures of the PRR in northeastern."

Pennsylvania Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 13: Fort Wayne Division
Pennsylvania Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 13: Fort Wayne Division by Robert J. Yanosey
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2011
From the Publisher: "The structures and trains of the Fort Wayne main line along with those of the Toledo, Sandusky and Grand Rapids branches."

Pennsylvania Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 14: Buckeye Division, East of Columbus Union Depot
Pennsylvania Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 14: Buckeye Division, East of Columbus Union Depot by Robert J. Yanosey
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2011
From the Publisher: "A close examination of a unique portion of the PRR main line Pittsburgh to St. Louis. Everyday PRR mainline trains utilized the B&O’s C&N Division between Columbus and Newark, Ohio creating facilities and operations not seen anywhere else on the PRR system."

Pennsylvania Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 15: Buckeye Division, Columbus Union Depot and West
Pennsylvania Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 15: Buckeye Division, Columbus Union Depot and West by Robert J. Yanosey
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2011
From the Publisher: "West of the Columbus area, the PRR split into two main routes which employed varied stations, towers, yards and other facilities."

Pennsylvania Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 16: Southwestern Division
Pennsylvania Railroad Facilities In Color, Volume 16: Southwestern Division by Robert J. Yanosey
Hardcover: 128 pages, color photos
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2011
From the Publisher: "Indianapolis to St. Louis on the main line and branches to Louisville, Logansport and elsewhere. Steam and diesel trains work amidst the landscape of interlockings, stations, yards and other facilities that were once found everywhere on this key division."

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. "

PRR Color Guide to Freight and Passenger Equipment
PRR Color Guide to Freight and Passenger Equipment by David R. Sweetland and Robert J. Yanosey
Hardcover: 128 pages, color photos
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 1992
Notes: Out of print. Digital reprint available.
From the Publisher: "The Color Guide that started it all! Featuring 325 color photos of most classes of freight, passenger, and M-of-W rolling stock with detailed explanation by co-authors David Sweetland and Robert Yanosey, PRR Color Guide to Freight and Passenger Equipment was originally published in 1992."

PRR Color Guide to Freight and Passenger Equipment, Volume 2
PRR Color Guide to Freight and Passenger Equipment, Volume 2 by Ian S. Fischer
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 1993
From the Publisher: "This Color Guide by noted PRR rolling stock historian Ian S. Fischer, features the early 1960’s photography of Paul Winters around Columbus, Ohio in beautiful color. See former N&W hoppers now PRR class H2A, round-roof K9 stock cars which were converted from automobile cars, unusual M of W equipment and much more."

PRR Color Guide to Freightand Passenger Equipment, Volume 3
PRR Color Guide to Freightand Passenger Equipment, Volume 3 by Ian S. Fischer
Hardcover: 128 pages, color photos
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2002
From the Publisher: "More great equipment shots of Pennsy rolling stock expertly captioned by PRR expert Ian Fischer. This all-color book has many rare photos from the late 1940s and early 1950s."

Rockville Bridge: Rails Across the Susquehanna
Rockville Bridge: Rails Across the Susquehanna by Dan Cupper
Paperback: 112 pages
Publisher: Withers Publishing, 2002
From the Publisher: "Built in 1902, the Rockville Bridge is the longest stone arch railroad bridge in the world. The bridge crosses the Susquehanna in Marysville, just above Harrisburg. Published in 2002, in accordance with the bridge’s 100th anniversary, Rockville Bridge: Rails Across the Susquehanna, tells the bridge’s story from start to finish. The book includes a history of the bridges that stood before it, details about the difficulties the construction crew encountered while building the structure, information about the materials chosen to construct the bridge, as well as a gallery with picturesque photos of the bridge and its surrounding scenery. "

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 Harrisburg with Thomas F. Seaman
Trackside Around Harrisburg with Thomas F. Seaman by Thomas F. Seaman
Hardcover: 128 glossy pages, color photos
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2011
From the Publisher: "Operations and trains of the PRR, PC, CR, RDG and D&H are examined in this look at the Harrisburg crossroads."

Trackside Around Pennsylvania 1957 - 1989 with Al Holtz
Trackside around Pennsylvania 1957 - 1989 with Al Holtz by Mitchell E. Dakelman
Hardcover: 128 glossy pages, color photos
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2009
From the Publisher: "Noted color photographer Al Holtz takes you from Easton to Pittsburgh visiting the PRR, P&LE, LV, CNJ, RDG, B&O and many other roads."

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 Southeastern Pennsylvania 1965-1975 with John P. Stroup and William Tilden
Trackside Around Southeastern Pennsylvania 1965-1975 with John P. Stroup and William Tilden by John P. Stroup
Hardcover: 128 pages, color photos
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2012
From the Publisher: "Pennsy, Penn Central, Reading, B&O and a dazzling array of vintage traction make this a terrific book. Join photographers Tilden and Stroup as they capture the main lines and secondary lines around the 'City of Brotherly Love.'"

Trackside Around the Delaware Valley 1960-1983 with John Stroup and William Tilden
Trackside Around the Delaware Valley 1960-1983 with John Stroup and William Tilden by John P. Stroup
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2011
From the Publisher: "PRR, Reading and PRSL are explored through the viewfinders of two talented photographers during the troubled years leading up to Conrail."

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 Search of Pennsy Towers and Trains with Paul Geiger
Trackside in Search of Pennsy Towers and Trains with Paul Geiger by Robert J. Yanosey
Hardcover: 128 pages, color photos
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2014
From the Publisher: "Paul Geiger was a Penn Central block operator who was so fond of his avocation that he searched out and photographed PRR, PC, and Conrail trains operating past all the former PRR towers from the Pittsburgh area to New York City. Follow his efforts inside and outside of these towers in this all-color presentation. "

Trackside in the Land of Lincoln with Richard Ward
Trackside in the Land of Lincoln with Richard Ward by James Lewnard
Hardcover: 128 glossy pages, color photos
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2011
From the Publisher: "Wabash, IC, PRR, GM&O, Rock Island and many more roads crisscrossed in central Illinois. The photographer recorded the best 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!"

Trackside to the Jersey Shore with John Dziobko Jr.
Trackside to the Jersey Shore with John Dziobko Jr. by Joel Rosenbaum and Tom Gallo
Hardcover: 128 all color pages
Publisher: Morning Sun Books, 2009
From the Publisher: "The New York & Long Branch a unique railroad stretching along the New Jersey Coast Line where many New York City-employed businessmen maintained bedroom communities. Largely a commuter railroad, it always was the attic where steam or ancient diesels were utilized from parents CNJ and PRR. No one photographed this operation in color better than John Dziobko during the 1950s."

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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