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  • Hocking Valley Railway Information Center Open this link in a new window
    The Hocking Valley Railway Information Center is dedicated to bringing together fans of the Hocking Valley Railway, its successors (C&O, CSXT, I&O), its affiliates (T&OC, K&M, Z&W), and to also bring forth information relating to the Hocking Valley Ry., its predecessors and successors along the old HV right-of-way
    URL: http://www.chescweb.com/hvrail/ (Added: 21-May-2004)
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  • Hoosac Tunnel, on the Boston & Maine RR Open this link in a new window
    The Hoosac Tunnel lies in Northwestern Massachusetts, and runs 4.82 miles under the Berkshire Mountain range. It is one of the great engineering feats of the 19th century, and took 22 years to complete.
    URL: http://www.intac.com/~jsumberg/hoosac.htm (Added: 21-May-2004)
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  • John Fryar's Nickel Plate Road Open this link in a new window
    You are about to visit one of our nation's finest railroads - the Nickel Plate Road. It's no longer with us because of its merger with the N & W and Wabash in 1964, but it lives on in words and pictures.
    URL: http://nkprr.railfan.net/ (Added: 21-May-2004)
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  • Katy Railroad Historical Society Open this link in a new window
    The purpose of the society is to bring together in close association those persons who have a common interest in the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad, known to many as the Katy.
    URL: http://www.katyrailroad.org/ (Added: 21-May-2004)
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  • Kinzua Bridge Open this link in a new window
    Petition for the restoration of Kinzua Bridge in Mt. Jewett, Pennsylvania, struck by a tornado on July 21, 2003. The Kinzua Viaduct is both a National Historic Place and a National Historic Engineering Landmark. This remarkable structure, first constructed in 1882, is a sample of the genius of invention, and should be preserved and restored for future generations.
    URL: http://www.kinzuabridge.com/ (Added: 21-May-2004)
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  • Lackawanna and Wyoming Valley Chapter Open this link in a new window
    The Lackawanna & Wyoming Valley Railway Historical Society, Inc. was named for the Lackawanna and Wyoming Valley Railroad. a high speed, electrified third rail line between Scranton and Wilkes-Barre. The Chapter is interested in the preservation of all aspects of railroading, both past and present.
    URL: http://www.laurellines.org/ (Added: 21-May-2004)
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  • Lake Odessa, Michigan Depot Open this link in a new window
    The Lake Odessa depot was built around 1888 by the Detroit, Lansing and Northern Railroad. Within a few years, this railroad became part of the Pere Marquette System. Photos and history.
    URL: http://user.mc.net/~louisvw/depot/lake-o/lake-o.htm (Added: 21-May-2004)
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  • Lake Shore Railway Asc. Open this link in a new window
    Ride on trains going on the old Lorain & West Virginia. Trips run Aug. to Oct. And.... all trains are powered by an E8! Come down and see us!
    URL: http://www.lakeshorerailway.org (Added: 26-Aug-2002)
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  • Loggers, Railroads and Pine Open this link in a new window
    This site is devoted to preserving and sharing the history of logging and railroading in and around the Lucky Land of Lassen, located in Northeastern California.
    URL: http://home.att.net/~lassen.logger/index.htm (Added: 21-May-2004)
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  • Long Island Railroad History Open this link in a new window
    The major sources of the historical information on this website are: i) Vincent Seyfried's seven volume "The Long Island Rail Road - A Comprehensive History" (Mr. Seyfried is currently the Railroad Historian for the Garden City Historical Society)
    URL: http://www.lirrhistory.com/ (Added: 21-May-2004)
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  • Lost Engines of Roanoke, The Open this link in a new window
    This page is dedicated to four little-known survivors of the steam era.. Hidden among the creepers at the Virginia Scrap Iron and Metal Co. yard on South Jefferson Street in Roanoke, VA, are four steam engines that time forgot. Norfolk & Western locomotives 917, 1118, 1134, and 1151 have been there awaiting their fate...
    URL: http://LostEngines.Railfan.net/ (Added: 21-May-2004)
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  • Louisville & Nashville Railroad Historical Society Open this link in a new window
    The Louisville & Nashville Railroad Historical Society was organized in 1982 for the purpose of collecting, organizing, preserving, and sharing information and material relating to the L&N, its predecessors and its successors
    URL: http://www.rrhistorical.com/lnhs/ (Added: 21-May-2004)
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  • Mendota Museums & Historical Society Open this link in a new window
    Promoting the preservation of the history of Mendota, Illinois, its railroads, and also recognizing agricultural heritage through three museums (including the Union Depot Railroad Museum)
    URL: http://www.mendotamuseums.org/ (Added: 21-May-2004)
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  • MEXLIST Open this link in a new window
    MEXLIST is a free electronic community for the exchange of knowledge regarding the Mexican railways. Our members include approximately 530 scholars, railfans, historians, railroaders, business leaders....
    URL: http://www.mexlist.com/ (Added: 21-May-2004)
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  • Michigan State Trust for Railway Preservation Open this link in a new window
    Serves to educate the public about steam-era railroad technology and its impact on the culture and economy of the Great Lakes region by safely operating, preserving, exhibiting and interpreting historic railroad equipment.
    URL: http://www.mstrp.com/ (Added: 23-Nov-2001)
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  • Michigan State Trust for Railway Preservation Open this link in a new window
    The Michigan State Trust For Railway Preservation, Inc. seeks your support, both financial and physical, to keep #1225 on the rails of Michigan, a living example of the marvelous years of steam railroading.
    URL: http://www.shianet.org/~twelve25/index.htm (Added: 21-May-2004)
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  • Mike's Railway History Open this link in a new window
    This site will take you back in time, to an age where only the rich could own a car or fly. The train was the only way many people could travel. So let me take you back in time to the mid 1930's, a time long ago where trains and steam power were still king .....
    URL: http://mikes.railhistory.railfan.net/ (Added: 21-May-2004)
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  • Monon Railroad Historical-Technical Society Open this link in a new window
    The objective of the Monon Railroad Historical/Technical Society, Inc. is to collect, preserve and disseminate to its members historical, technical information and vestige on the Monon Railroad, its predecessor lines and the Monon Subdivision of CSX Transportation
    URL: http://www.monon.org/ (Added: 21-May-2004)
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  • N&W Historical Society Open this link in a new window
    The goal of the Norfolk and Western Historical Society, Inc. is the preservation of the history of the Norfolk and Western and Virginian railroads.
    URL: http://www.nwhs.org (Added: 21-Oct-2002)
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  • Narrow Gauge Circle Open this link in a new window
    The Narrow Gauge Circle is the premier Colorado Narrow Gauge Site on the WWW. Learn about the history of Colorado's mining and railroad history. Learn about the people, and towns they built in their quest for riches.
    URL: http://www.narrowgauge.org/ (Added: 21-May-2004)
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  • Nashua City Station Open this link in a new window
    Covering the Boston & Maine and its network in Nashua, New Hampshire, with special features about the Flying Yankee, Rockingham Jct., the Seashore Trolley Museum, and the restoration of B&M Transportation #784.
    URL: http://www.geocities.com/nashua_citystation/ (Added: 10-Feb-2003)
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  • New Jersey Midland Railroad Historical Society Open this link in a new window
    Dedicated to the preservation of the history of the railroads that have operated in New Jersey, with special emphasis on the New Jersey Midland; its successor New York, Susquehanna & Western; and other lines connected....
    URL: http://njmidland.railfan.net/ (Added: 21-May-2004)
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  • New Jersey Midland Railroad Historical Society Open this link in a new window
    Dedicated to the preservation of the history of the railroads that have operated in New Jersey, with special emphasis on the New Jersey Midland; its successor New York, Susquehanna & Western; and other lines connected....
    URL: http://njmidland.railfan.net/ (Added: 21-May-2004)
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