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SRHA Ties Magazine - 1992

 

Issue: Jan-Feb Price:  $3.00
Availability: Out of Stock
Contents: 
Norfolk Southern Steam Program 25th Anniversary celebration in Chattanooga Saga of Southern 11 7; 120 year old passenger car survives Dinner, Tennessean style - a recreation of meat-and-potato streamliner dinner Ed Griffin - Southern electrician
Issue: Mar-Apr Price:  $3.00
Availability: In Stock
Contents: 
My Blue Ridge Heaven - photo story of trains between Old Fort and Coleman in the transition era, by Floyd Bruner Asheville and Spartanburg, the Missing Link - constructing the Asheville Spartanburg main line over Saluda Cherokee, Alabama - Down by the Depot, recollection of small town railroad activity on the west end of the Memphis Division in the late-thirties
Issue: May-Jun Price:  $3.00
Availability: In Stock
Contents: 
Those Unique Dinette-Coaches - Hayne's most intriguing rebuilds Train-watching at Weems, Alabama in the late-forties, a photo story by Frank Ardrey.
Issue: Jul-Aug Price:  $3.00
Availability: In Stock
Contents: 
To the Top O'Saluda - first public excursion up the famous hill in twenty years Land of the Sky Rendezvous, what we did at our sixth annual meeting Trackside Dining at Hickory, NC and Juliette, GA (Whistle Stop Cafe) Tender Patriotism - when Southern 0-6-0 and 0-8-0 tenders urged us to "Buy War Bonds".
Issue: Sep-Oct Price:  $3.00
Availability: In Stock
Contents: 
The (Eventual) Dieselization of the Interstate Railroad, with superb photos from the Interstate's flies;   ow to paint an Atlas HO RS-3 into the colorful Interstate Railroad paint scheme Fat, Forty, and Out of Shape - a weekend fireman tries to keep Southern 2-8-0 #630 hot on excursion trains in 1976 Spencer gets a Southern GP30 from Norfolk Southern
Issue: Nov-Dec Price:  $3.00
Availability: In Stock
Contents: 
Salisbury, NC's depot, a Frank Milburn Masterpiece A collection of articles describing the Southern's decision to build a new station. Fold-out floor plan and other architectural details.  Southern's 100-ton wood chip hoppers, a history with photos and fold-out paint diagram.   Growing up on the Old Norfolk Southern - boyhood memories in eastern North Carolina by Bill Sellers.

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