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    Railroad Magazine [v102 #3, July 1977] (Carstens Publishing, 8¼" x 11" slick)
    Details supplied by Al Tonik.
    • 34 · Twenty Minutes Late · Frey · ss






    Railroad Magazine [v103 #2, December 1977] (Popular Publications, Inc., 68pp, 8¼" x 11" slick)
    Fiction and “true tales” only. Details supplied by Mike Ward.


    Railroad Magazine [v103 #3, January 1978] (Carstens Publishing, 8¼" x 11" slick)
    Details supplied by Al Tonik.






    Railroad Magazine [v104 #2, June 1978] (Carstens Publishing, 8¼" x 11" slick)
    Details supplied by Al Tonik.














    The Red Book Magazine:    (about)
    Founded in the early years of the twentieth century, along with Green Book and Blue Book, Red Book originally carried fiction aimed at women and might have been considered a pulp magazine. By the end of 1929 it had become Redbook and was carrying material similar to other women’s magazines. It still continued to publish fiction well into the 1980s, although less and less frequently as the years progressed. The August 1993 issue is the last issue known to have contained any fiction.







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