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Railroad Books & Publications
P.O. Box 247, Cottleville, MO  63338   USA
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Pictorial Guides

These titles are books that are published in the same format as the Quick Pic Book series with a spiral binding for use in modeling even though they include many unique unusual or even rare images.
The images in them are ones
we feel would be of benefit or interest to our readers but do not
fit into the other two major series.


Maine & other 2' Gauge

3' Gauge Subjects


Quick Pic Books

Each book is a photographic guide
of one subject or class paying particular attention to the details
with many never before published views. These titles are prized by manufacturers and modelers because the photos included show the details better than anything else.
 
Narrow Gauge

Standard Gauge Motive Power

Standard Gauge Rolling Stock

Logging Railroad Equipment


Quick Pic COLOR

These books are all in color.  These titles do not show the
details in as great of depth as
the regular Quick Pic Books but
are intended to show the
subjects in color to show weathering and usage.
They also may include images
that did not necessarily fit into
the Quick Pic Book format.


Narrow Gauge Subjects

Standard Gauge Subjects

D&RGW
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US Narrow Gauge Conventions
2017 Denver, CO
2016 Augusta, Maine         
2015 Houston, TX                     
2014 Kansas City, MO                                September 3-6, 2014
2013 Pasadena, CA - 1133 attend                August 28-31, 2013
2012 Bellevue, WA (Seattle) - 1615+ attend   September 12-15, 2012
2011 Hickory, NC - 1600+ attend     September 7-10, 2011
2010 St. Louis, MO - 1350 attend    September 1-4, 2010
2009 Colorado Springs, CO - ? attend           September 16-19, 2009
2008 Portland, Oregon - 1450 attend September 10-13, 2008
2007 Portland, Maine - 1588 attend  Aug 29-Sept 1, 2007
2006 Durango, CO - ? attend
2005 Dearborn, MI - 1200 attend   
2004 Santa Clara, CA - 1789 attend   
2003 Denver, CO - 1798 attend
2002 Warwick, RI - 868 attend  
2001 Salt Lake City, UT - 780 attend              
2000 St. Louis, MO - 967 attend
1999 Portland, OR - 970 attend
1998 Colorado Springs, CO - 1414 attend
1997 Cincinnati, OH - 935 attend
1996 Durango, CO - 1870 attend
1995 Valley Forge, PA - 862 attend
1994 Denver, CO - 1180 attend
1993 San Antonio, TX - 530 attend
1992 Colorado Springs, CO - 1100 attend
1991 Seattle, WA - 567 attend
1990 St. Louis, MO - 675 attend   
1989 Durango, CO - 1300 attend   
1988 Scranton, PA - 888 attend   
1987 Pasadena, CA - 800 attend   
1986 Denver, CO - 918 attend   
1985 Columbus, OH - 480 attend   
1984 Denver, CO - 939 attend   
1983 Valley Forge, PA - 440 attend   
1982 Denver, CO - 660 attend   
1981 St. Louis, MO   

Thanks to Keevan Burnside for the data for 1981-1997 plus the attendance figures.   

We have over 40
Folios / Diagram Books covering:
  • Locomotives - Std & 3' gauge
  • Rolling Stock - Std & 3' gauge
  • Passenger Cars - Std & 3' gauge

Webpages for them here

US Army Transportation Corps -
Military Railway Service of WW II
4 volume set covering the US / Allied built Locos, Cars & Equipment; and Captured Locos of Germany;  Captured  Locos & Cars of Italy
and Liberated Locos of France;

ACL; Bangor & Aroostook; Burlington Northern; Central of GA; Clinchfield; CONRAIL; D&H; D&RGW; Erie; Great Northern; Illinois Central; KCS / L&A; L&N; MoPac / T&P; NC&StL; Nickel Plate Road; New York Central; New Haven; Norfolk Southern; Penn-Central; Southern; Southern Pacific; Western Pacific; & more

Narrow Gauge
C&S 3' gauge Passenger, Freight, MOW-1923
D&RGW  NG Passenger Cars -1903/04/66/68
Freight Cars & Cabooses -1984
RGS NG Passenger Cars-1903/04


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