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    The Railroad Man’s Magazine [v10 #4, January 1910] (The Frank A. Munsey Company, 10¢, 192pp+, pulp) (Full Text) (PDF)
    Details supplied by Richard Fidczuk.
    • 577 · When the Rules Were Broken · Charles F. Andeson · ar
    • 586 · Famous Flying Scotchman · [Misc.] · ms
    • 587 · Freezing to Death! · William Ivory Irvine · ss
    • 597 · Perpetual Motion—The Greatest of Delusions [Part 1 of 2] · E. L. Bacon · ar
    • 604 · Up-to-Date Railroad Discipline · [Misc.] · ms
    • 605 · Treasure of the World [Part 4 of 5] · Stephen Chalmers · sl
    • 615 · A Santa Fe Giant · [Misc.] · ms
    • 616 · Close Calls of the Rail · Olin Crawford · ar
    • 622 · By the Light of the Lantern · Anon. · qa
    • 627 · They Called Him “Artie” · Charles Wesley Sanders · ss
    • 635 · Being a Boomer Brakeman No. 4. Hard Luck on the In and Out · Horace Herr · ar
    • 641 · The Daughter of the Idol [Part 3 of 6] · John Mack Stone · sl
    • 653 · King of the Freight Trains · William Clinton Court · ar
    • 656 · The Roundhouse Foreman · [Misc.] · ms
    • 657 · “Oh, You Buttinsky!” · F. H. Richardson · vi
    • 660 · How Railroads Are Built in China · [Misc.] · ms
    • 661 · Letters of an Old Railroad Man and His Son No. 2. Jim Grips a Few Live Wires · Herman Da Costa · ar
    • 670 · The Disappearing Diamonds · Arthur M. Chase · ss
    • 679 · Help for Men Who Help Themselves No. 29. Pressing Problems of Rolling Stock · C. F. Carter · ar
    • 684 · Observations of a Country Station-Agent. No. 20.—Our Correspondent Indulges in a Sort of Feast of the Passover · J. E. Smith · ss
    • 691 · Roll-Call of Veterans · [Misc.] · ms
    • 693 · The Dam-Builders [Part 4 of 5] · Bannister Merwin · sl
    • 704 · The Paymaster · Frederick Sanders · pm
    • 705 · Riding the Rail from Coast to Coast No. 11. Out in the “Great Hot” · Gilson Willets · ar
    • 715 · What Did Dugan Do to Him? · E. Florence · ss
    • 722 · Largest Electric Engine · [Misc.] · ms
    • 723 · Penny Goes to Farming · [Misc.] · ms
    • 724 · True Story No. 40. “Uncle Holly’s” Record Run · Sam Henry · ts; illustrated.
    • 727 · The Golden Serpents · George E. Hall · ss
    • 732 · Recent Railroad Patents · Forrest G. Smith · cl
    • 735 · The Telegraphic Twins · Cromwell Childe · ss
    • 742 · Lounging Libraries on Wheels · [Misc.] · ms
    • 743 · Railroad and Commuters in Battle of Jokes · George Jean Nathan · ar
    • 748 · Large Salary Too Small · [Misc.] · ms
    • 749 · The Spider of Palermo [Part 6 of 7] · Edward Bedinger Mitchell · sl
    • 757 · Railroad Scholarships · [Misc.] · ms
    • 758 · The Railroad Man’s Brain Teasers · [Misc.] · qz
    • 759 · On the Editorial Carpet · [The Editor] · ed



    The Railroad Man’s Magazine [v11 #2, March 1910] (The Frank A. Munsey Company, 10¢, 192pp+, pulp) (Full Text) (PDF)
    Details supplied by Richard Fidczuk.
    • 193 · “Watch for Willets!” · Anon. · ar
    • 197 · The Evolution of “Almost” No. 1. The General Foreman Hires a Clerk · Horace Herr · ar; illustrated.
    • 203 · Pet Names for Trains · [Misc.] · ms
    • 203 · President Taft’s Railroad Message · [Misc.] · ms
    • 204 · The Fight at Battle Draw · Earle C. Wight · ss
    • 214 · When I’m a Man · Leslie Curtis · pm Locomotive Firemen’s Magazine Jan 1904
    • 215 · Without Lights [Part 1 of 6] · J. Aubrey Tyson · sl
    • 226 · Information! · George Jean Nathan · ar
    • 229 · The Pennsylvania’s Conquest of New York · Arno Dosch · ar
    • 236 · Why Animals Are Run Over · [Misc.] · ms
    • 237 · With His Fingers Crossed · Harry Bedwell · ss
    • 247 · By the Light of the Lantern · Anon. · qa
    • 254 · Going Ninety Miles an Hour · [Misc.] · ms
    • 255 · Tagged by Cupid · Harry Pence · vi
    • 257 · True Story No. 42. ’Neath the Shade of the Old Water-Tank · W. H. Wilcox · ts
    • 262 · Training Motormen · [Misc.] · ms
    • 263 · The Birth of a Flier · Olin Crawford · ar
    • 267 · Some Famous “Traveling Puzzles” · [Misc.] · pz
    • 270 · Flannigan’s Assistance · [Misc.] · ms
    • 271 · Breaking the Combine [Part 1 of 3] · William S. Wright · sl
    • 279 · Boiling the Steam · [Misc.] · ms
    • 280 · Letters of an Old Railroad Man and His Son No. 4. A Fifteen-Million Dollar Puzzle · Herman Da Costa · ar; illustrated.
    • 286 · And “Goober” Browne Slept · James Francis Dwyer · ss
    • 292 · Moving a Mountain · [Misc.] · ms
    • 293 · Riding the Rail from Coast to Coast No. 13. The Boys of the Espee · Gilson Willets · ar; illustrated.
    • 304 · Nutley, the Stickler · Robert Fulkerson Hoffman · ss
    • 309 · Told in the Smoker · Anon. · cl
    • 315 · Observations of a Country Station-Agent. No. 22.—The Trials and Tribulations of Captain Fish · J. E. Smith · ss
    • 323 · Visible Telephoning · [Misc.] · ms
    • 324 · When the Devil Drives · Robert T. Creel · vi
    • 327 · Old-Timer Tales No. 2. The Jarrett & Palmer Special · Fred W. Saward · ar
    • 331 · A Claim for Damages · [Misc.] · ms
    • 332 · From Sunny Italy · A. V. Howell · pm
    • 333 · In the Grip · C. W. Beels · ss
    • 342 · Recent Railroad Patents · Forrest G. Smith · cl
    • 344 · None Killed in Ten Years · [Misc.] · ms
    • 345 · Millions for Railroad Trifles · T. S. Dayton · ar
    • 349 · Watch for the Gleaming Eye! · Al. Herron · ar
    • 352 · The “Limits” of Engine-Building · [Misc.] · ms
    • 353 · The Rebate · Frank L. Packard · ss
    • 360 · Forty-Three Years in the Baggage-Car · E. L. Bacon · ar
    • 365 · Water-Power in Europe · [Misc.] · ms
    • 366 · The Railroad Man’s Brain Teasers · [Misc.] · qz
    • 368 · The Daughter of the Idol [Part 5 of 6] · John Mack Stone · sl
    • 379 · On the Editorial Carpet · [The Editor] · ed



    The Railroad Man’s Magazine [v11 #4, May 1910] (The Frank A. Munsey Company, 10¢, 192pp+, pulp) (Full Text) (PDF)
    Details supplied by Richard Fidczuk.
    • 577 · Hold-Ups That Missed Fire · Frank Marshall White · ar
    • 586 · A Hero for Hazelle · Frank Condon · ss
    • 592 · First Florida Conductor · [Misc.] · ms
    • 593 · Told in the Smoker · Olin Crawford · cl
    • 597 · How Haight Won His Medal · [Misc.] · ms
    • 598 · Observations of a Country Station-Agent. No. 24.—The Brief Chronicles Touching on the Ups and Downs, the Ins and Outs, and the Rise and Fall of a Con Who Rejoiced in the Name of “Jackdaw” · J. E. Smith · ss
    • 606 · Pennsy’s Steel Equipment · [Misc.] · ms
    • 607 · Ford Quits “OS"ing · "AS” · vi
    • 609 · A Deaf Telegrapher · [Misc.] · ms
    • 610 · This Engine Runs Backward · [Misc.] · ms
    • 612 · President of the Line [Part 1 of 6] · John Wellsley Sanders · sl
    • 618 · The Music of the Train · Eva Williams Best · pm
    • 620 · Fort of the New York Central · [Misc.] · ms
    • 621 · Tragic Train Orders · Arno Dosch · ar
    • 630 · Hired by Van Horne · [Misc.] · ms
    • 632 · The Tragedy of the Tower · James William Jackson · ss
    • 637 · By the Light of the Lantern · Anon. · qa
    • 644 · When “Weary Wanderlust” Writes · [Misc.] · ms
    • 645 · Signals That Are Perfect · Peter Mulligan · ar
    • 653 · A Heart of the North [Part 2 of 6] · George Van Schaick · sl
    • 667 · O’Halloran of Section 9 · J. R. Stafford · ss
    • 676 · True Story No. 44. A Ride on a Runaway · J. S. Coyle · ts; illustrated.
    • 679 · The Operator’s Ten Commandments · [Misc.] · ms
    • 680 · Help for Men Who Help Themselves No. 31. The Railroad Machinist · Robert H. Rogers · ar
    • 688 · Feeding the Lion by Wire · [Misc.] · ms
    • 689 · When Trouble Gives the High-Sign · Richard Maxwell Winans · ar
    • 698 · The Old Locomotive · J. E. Hare · pm
    • 699 · Why Wister Was Shot · Katharine Eggleston · ss
    • 704 · For the Mail-Clerk’s Safety · [Misc.] · ms
    • 705 · Around the Order-Book · C. F. Carter · ar
    • 709 · Dad Allen Lets ’Em Roll · E. E. Jennings · vi
    • 710 · The Smallest Engine · [Misc.] · ms
    • 711 · Without Lights [Part 3 of 6] · J. Aubrey Tyson · sl
    • 721 · Old-Timer Tales No. 4. Surveying the Bad Lands · Bertram Adler · ar
    • 725 · Bill Daidy’s Chapter · Robert Fulkerson Hoffman · vi
    • 728 · The Brevity of Railroad Orders · [Misc.] · ms
    • 729 · Letters of an Old Railroad Man and His Son No. 6. Why the Knocker Always Loses · Herman Da Costa · ar
    • 732 · He Got His Through Car · [Misc.] · ms
    • 733 · On the Excitement Special · F. H. Richardson · ss
    • 739 · A Newsy Who Knew His Business · [Misc.] · ms
    • 740 · The Evolution of “Almost” No. 3. The Right to Sign Orders · Horace Herr · ar; illustrated.
    • 745 · And Yet Our Railroads Grow · [Misc.] · ms
    • 746 · Breaking the Combine [Part 3 of 3] · William S. Wright · sl
    • 755 · Recent Railroad Patents · Forrest G. Smith · cl
    • 758 · The Railroad Man’s Brain Teasers · [Misc.] · qz
    • 759 · On the Editorial Carpet · [The Editor] · ed


    The Railroad Man’s Magazine [v12 #1, June 1910] (The Frank A. Munsey Company, 192pp) (Full Text) (PDF)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 1 · Ten Thousand Miles by Rail No. 1. The Dramas of Dixie Land · Gilson Willets · ar
    • 13 · Growth of Pension Schemes · Anon. · ms
    • 14 · A Voice from the Office · J. Edward Hungerford · pm
    • 15 · Valhalla in the Hills [Honk and Horace] · Emmet F. Harte · ss
    • 25 · Heraldry of the Railroads · George Foxhall · ar
    • 33 · A Long Shave · Anon. · ms
    • 34 · On Marshall Pass · Cy Warman · pm
    • 36 · A Heart of the North [Part 3 of 6] · George Van Schaick · sl
    • 50 · “The Immortal J. N.” · Anon. · ms
    • 51 · Transporting Mischief · Anon. · ms
    • 52 · Observations of a Country Station-Agent. No. 25.—One Cannot Always Tell Just Who Constitutes His Public · J. E. Smith · ss
    • 60 · Don’t Buy a Ticket on This Line · Anon. · ms
    • 61 · A Hold-Up on Hog Mountain [Monk Hausen] · Augustus Wittfeld · ss
    • 63 · Railway Clerk’s Organization · Anon. · ms
    • 64 · Mallet and His Invention · Arno Dosch · ar
    • 68 · Hats and Baggage-Cars · Anon. · ms
    • 69 · Bucephalus, the Avenger · Edward C. Fellowes · ss
    • 75 · Rights of a Shipper · Anon. · ms
    • 75 · Power for the Great Northern · Anon. · ms
    • 76 · The Founder of the C.P. · Arthur B. Reeve · ar
    • 81 · Gone Mad with the Heat · Edgar Franklin · ss
    • 84 · Moving-Platforms for New York · Anon. · ms
    • 85 · With the Veterans of the Erie · Peter Mulligan · ar
    • 96 · Modern Station Rules. “George Primrose” · Anon. · ms
    • 97 · Bill Gets Double-Headed [Bill the Fireman] · F. H. Richardson · ss
    • 99 · Firing a Work of Brain · E. A. Spears · ar
    • 101 · President of the Line [Part 2 of 6] · John Wellsley Sanders · sl
    • 108 · Old-Timer Tales No. 5. The First Locomotive Race · C. F. Carter · ar
    • 110 · Just Bent a Little · Anon. · ms
    • 110 · Railroad School of Manners · Anon. · ms
    • 111 · The Bricks That Went C. O. D. · Irwin Thomas · ss
    • 118 · Simplify Railroad Language · Anon. · ms
    • 119 · By the Light of the Lantern · Anon. · qa
    • 125 · The “Orphan” of the “Katy” System · Anon. · ms
    • 126 · Keeping the Car Records · F. W. Eder · ms
    • 127 · The Card on the Beam · Nevil G. Henshaw · ss
    • 135 · True Story No. 45. One Man’s Wreck Record · Sam Henry · ts
    • 143 · Patents and Their Cost · Anon. · ms
    • 144 · Letters of an Old Railroad Man and His Son. No. 7. · Herman Da Costa · ar
    • 147 · Novel Scheme on the Erie · Anon. · ms
    • 147 · Upsetting Old Baggage Theory · Anon. · ms
    • 148 · Moving the “Movers” · J. L. James · ss
    • 151 · Help for Men Who Help Themselves No. 32. The Roundhouse Foreman · Robert H. Rogers · ar
    • 159 · Steam-Electric Locomotives · Anon. · ms
    • 160 · Why Hutton Hated Bats · Robert Fulkerson Hoffman · ss
    • 168 · What’s in a Railroad? · Anon. · ms
    • 169 · Lost and Stolen Cars · Pearson MacIntosh · ar
    • 175 · Without Lights [Part 4 of 6] · J. Aubrey Tyson · sl
    • 183 · Double-Track the Santa Fe · Anon. · ms
    • 184 · The Railroad Man’s Brain Teasers · Anon. · pz
    • 185 · The Sunny Side of the Track · [Various] · hu
    • 187 · On the Editorial Carpet · [The Editor] · ed


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