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    Railroad Man’s Magazine [v18 #3, August 1912] (The Frank A. Munsey Company, 385-576pp)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 385 · The Railroad in Motion Pictures · Gilson Willets · ar
    • 399 · Little Grains of Sand · Frank Condon · ss
    • 404 · Ties That Bind 6.— Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen · Thaddeus S. Dayton · ar
    • 410 · “Doubling” the “Rush of Blood” · Anon. · ms
    • 411 · Cleaning Up Baughan’s Wreck · Horace H. Herr · ss
    • 415 · Jay Gould’s Lost “Beanery” · Frank H. Brooks · ms
    • 416 · The Railroad King’s Promise · Thomas R. Ybarra · pm
    • 417 · Dessie’s Wedding-Dress · Helen K. Fogarty · ss
    • 426 · Making Babbitt Metal · Anon. · ms
    • 427 · President Willard to Be an Arbiter · Anon. · ms
    • 428 · The Railroad Clerk · C. R. Basten · pm
    • 429 · Great American Train Robberies (19.—The Sunset Express Hold-Up) · Carl Turner · ar
    • 433 · Deaf and Dumb Brakeman · Charles S. Given · ms
    • 434 · Bea Berkeley’s Butterfly [Part 3 of ?] · Holly Edwards · sl
    • 444 · Flagging the Heart-Throbs · F. B. Lovett · ss
    • 449 · Battling with Ice to Build a Railroad · J. D. Nye · ar
    • 455 · The Romance of American Railroads [Part 1 of ?] · W. S. Wright · ar
    • 466 · One Car of Flour · Donald Francis McGrew · ss
    • 470 · Solves Problem of Coal Supply · Anon. · ms
    • 471 · Help for Men Who Help Themselves No. 46. The Railroad Company’s Storekeeper · Robert H. Rogers · ar
    • 477 · Major Gilpin’s Dream · Charles O. Carr · ar
    • 480 · Their Eyes Are on the Signals · Ed E. Sheasgreen · pm
    • 481 · What the Railroads Earn and Spend · John C. Thompson · ar
    • 491 · First “Key” and Phone · C. H. Claudy · ar
    • 494 · New High-Power Electric Engine for German Railroads · Anon. · ms
    • 494 · World’s Heaviest Swing Span · Anon. · ms
    • 495 · This Car Had “Feet” and “Legs” · Anon. · ms
    • 496 · Using Smoke to Save Cattle · Anon. · ms
    • 497 · Observations of a Country Station-Agent. No. 51. · J. E. Smith · ss
    • 509 · Ditching a Fuzzy · A. Herschin · ss
    • 512 · The Old-Timer’s Last Trip · Paul B. Harman · pm
    • 513 · Our Busy Switchmen · Charles Frederick Carter · ar
    • 521 · Worm Eats Steel Rails · Anon. · ms
    • 522 · To Pull Heavy Coal Trains · Anon. · ms
    • 524 · Do You Know the Time? · Alfred Butler Montgomery · ms
    • 525 · Rubber-Neck Train at Panama Canal · Anon. · ms
    • 526 · In C. P. R. Cab for 40 Years · F. M. Barnes · ar
    • 528 · Emmet F. Harte, Author of “Honk and Horace” · Anon. · ms [Emmet F. Harte]
    • 529 · Honk and Horace [Part 7 of 9; Honk and Horace] · Emmet F. Harte · n.
    • 536 · By the Light of the Lantern · Anon. · qa
    • 544 · Chamberlin, Successor to Hays · Anon. · ms
    • 546 · New York’s “Stepless” Street-Car · Anon. · ms
    • 547 · Too Big for Right-of-Way · Anon. · ms
    • 548 · In an English Cab · Robert H. Rogers · ar
    • 551 · Getting Ready for War in the Sky · John Walters · ar
    • 561 · Told in the Smoker · Anon. · cl
    • 564 · Two Battles · R. M. West · ss
    • 570 · Tom Kelly’s Ambulance · Fred C. Cheron · ms
    • 571 · On the Editorial Carpet · [The Editor] · ed


    Railroad Man’s Magazine [v18 #4, September 1912] (The Frank A. Munsey Company, 577-768pp)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 577 · How the Railroads Create Business · John C. Thomson · ar
    • 589 · Con’s Pedigreed Porker · Roy O’Toole · ss
    • 594 · Tragic Moments at the Wire · Ripley Walls · ar
    • 601 · One of the Six · A. Herschin · ss
    • 606 · Engine Drove Rail Home · William B. Rainsford · ar
    • 607 · Busy “Hello!” and “Good-by!” Business · Anon. · ms
    • 609 · The Railroad Eye Test · Anon. · ms
    • 612 · The Work of John Murray Forbes · Anon. · ms
    • 613 · Famous Train Robbers I.— Bill Anderson · Edgar White · ar
    • 617 · The Marine Railroads of the World · Charles O. Carr · ar
    • 624 · Promoted to Engineer · Lydia M. Dunham O’Neil · pm
    • 625 · Honk and Horace [Part 8 of 9; Honk and Horace] · Emmet F. Harte · n.
    • 638 · On a British Run · Cy Warman · ar
    • 640 · Business Increased with Voltage · Anon. · ms
    • 641 · His Ticket to Creel · Frank J. Houser · ss
    • 648 · The King Snipe’s Consolation · Walton Burroughs · pm
    • 649 · Janney, Inventor of the Coupler · Anon. · ms
    • 650 · Why Slim Quit · James E. Wood · ss
    • 652 · Cables and Travel Cranes Designed for Railroad Work · Anon. · ms
    • 654 · Heart of the Sea’s Greatest Monster · Anon. · ms
    • 655 · Telegraph Poles Destroyed by Birds · Anon. · ms
    • 656 · Horace H. Herr, Who Has Turned His Railroad Knowledge into Successful Fiction · Anon. · ms [Horace H. Herr]
    • 657 · When Opportunity Ran Late · Horace H. Herr · ss
    • 662 · Observations of a Country Station-Agent. No. 52. · J. E. Smith · ss
    • 673 · Ties That Bind 7.— Railway Mail Service · Thaddeus S. Dayton · ar
    • 684 · Has Drivers at Both Ends · Anon. · ms
    • 685 · With Eyes Closed · Rex G. Post · ss
    • 686 · Savages Beat Drums to Telegraph · Anon. · ms
    • 687 · Our Own Tongue [Part 4 of ?] · Fred C. Files · ar
    • 693 · Highball Jack and the Game · F. B. Lovett · ss
    • 699 · 5,284 Trespassers Killed in a Year · Anon. · ms
    • 700 · Guarding the West’s Costly Freight · F. J. Arkins · ar
    • 704 · Melvin Vaniman’s Mistake · Anon. · ms
    • 705 · The Red Spot Club · A. W. Munkittrick · ar
    • 711 · Europe’s Best Car for Queen Mary · Montgomery Ames · ar
    • 712 · Cantilever Bridge Built by Indians · Anon. · ms
    • 713 · The Romance of American Railroads [Part 2 of ?] · W. S. Wright · ar
    • 723 · Too Much Lawmaking · Anon. · ms
    • 723 · Speeding up the Fast Freight · Anon. · ms
    • 724 · Making Watches for Railroad Men · Chauncey Thomas · ar
    • 731 · By the Light of the Lantern · Anon. · qa
    • 737 · Oldest Railroad Man in Active Service · Anon. · ms
    • 738 · How I Built an Engine · John Worcester Merrill · ar
    • 741 · Boiler for Most Powerful Locomotive in the World · Anon. · ms
    • 742 · Drivers Didn’t Run on Rails · Anon. · ms
    • 744 · Setting a Stage for a Drama of the Rail · Gilson Willets · ar
    • 752 · Model Home Built of Box Cars · Anon. · ms
    • 753 · Bea Berkeley’s Butterfly [Part 4 of ?] · Holly Edwards · sl
    • 763 · On the Editorial Carpet · [The Editor] · ed


    Railroad Man’s Magazine [v19 #1, October 1912] (The Frank A. Munsey Company, 188pp) (Full Text) (PDF)
    from archive.org. Details supplied by Denny Lien.
    • 1 · Down the World’s Steepest Grade · Frederick A. Talbot · ar
    • 8 · Old Cass Brown and the 283 Retire · Anon. · ms
    • 9 · Why There’s an I.C.C. · John Walters · ar
    • 16 · Slaughter of the Buffalo · Anon. · ms
    • 17 · Drift, of the White Crow [Part 1 of ?] · Jared L. Fuller · sl
    • 33 · How Cooney Made the Border · Edward T. Glynn · ss
    • 39 · Queen Mary Rides on a Hand-Car · Anon. · ms
    • 40 · Value of Fire-Box Volume · Anon. · ms
    • 42 · Lumber Hog Just Skates Along · Anon. · ms
    • 43 · How Time Is Made · C. H. Claudy · ar
    • 50 · The Old Man of the Desert · Roy O’Toole · ss
    • 54 · Long Journeys Made by Plovers · Anon. · ms
    • 55 · The Tropic Boomer · N. J. Paterson · ar
    • 60 · The Scot as a Railroader · Anon. · ms
    • 61 · Who’s Afraid? · Orlando Moore · ss
    • 66 · The Braky’s Song · Gordon Seagrove · pm
    • 67 · The Scrap-Heap of Hope · Winthrop R. Elliott · ar
    • 72 · Horse-Power and Electricity · Anon. · ms
    • 73 · Thumb-Nail Sketches of Successful Railroad Men: John Graham Drew · Anon. · ar [John Graham Drew]
    • 74 · Jim Riley’s Fantom Tank · H. B. Craig · ar
    • 75 · The Ugly Circle · George Foxhall · ss
    • 77 · San Diego’s Palm-Tree Special · Anon. · ms
    • 78 · The Wizard of Wrecks · Richardson Davenport · ar
    • 82 · Remarkable Records of Firemen · Anon. · ms
    • 83 · Engines Were Saw-Mills · Anon. · ms
    • 83 · Daring Death on the Great Lakes · Hugh C. Weir · ar
    • 88 · Observations of a Country Station-Agent. No. 53.—Meeting All Manner of Miscellaneous and Unassorted Humanity Makes the Freight Clerk an Expert in Judging Bothersome Boobs · J. E. Smith · ss
    • 97 · The Romance of American Railroads [Part 3 of ?] · W. S. Wright · ar
    • 107 · Curious Railroad Inventions · Anon. · ms
    • 109 · “Toy” Railroads That Make Money · Montgomery Ames · ar
    • 110 · Oldest Living Hogger · H. M. Lome · ar
    • 114 · Electricity for Freight Handling · Anon. · ms
    • 115 · Honk and Horace [Part 9 of 9; Honk and Horace] · Emmet F. Harte · n.
    • 124 · By the Light of the Lantern · Anon. · qa
    • 129 · Saving the Worker · J. D. Nye · ar
    • 138 · Thirst Troubles of a Traveler · Anon. · ms
    • 139 · Boat-Shaped Train Failed as Flier · Peter Clay · ar
    • 140 · It Hadn’t Been Busted · “Third Trick” · ar
    • 141 · When the Train Broke in Three · Charles S. Given · ar
    • 142 · Robert Fulkerson Hoffman · Anon. · ms [Robert Fulkerson Hoffman]
    • 143 · The Big, Brown Buckle · Robert Fulkerson Hoffman · ss
    • 147 · Bea Berkeley’s Butterfly [Part 5 of ?] · Holly Edwards · sl
    • 158 · Operating Cost of Pennsy Electric Engines · Anon. · ms
    • 159 · At the Ticket Window · Anon. · pm
    • 160 · When Love Is Engineer · Lydia M. Dunham O’Neil · pm
    • 161 · Guarding Uncle Sam’s Private Train · Franklin Fisher · ar
    • 166 · Spirit of the Rail · F. B. Lovett · pm
    • 167 · On a Testing Trip · “Puffing Billy” · ar
    • 173 · Women Hunt on Right-of-Way · Anon. · ms
    • 174 · Runs Backward to Go Forward · Anon. · ms
    • 175 · Cumberland Valley’s First Engine · Anon. · ms
    • 176 · Moving a Bridge on Car-Trucks · Anon. · ms
    • 177 · Just One Life · George Van Schaick · ss
    • 181 · Ties That Bind 8.— Order of Railroad Telegraphers · Thaddeus S. Dayton · ar
    • 186 · Relics of James Watt Housed · Anon. · ms
    • 186 · Origin of the Word “Engine” · Anon. · ms
    • 187 · On the Editorial Carpet · [The Editor] · ed


    Railroad Man’s Magazine [v19 #2, November 1912] (192pp)
    Fiction/stories only. Details supplied by Ira B. Matetsky from microfilm at New York Public Library.


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