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SRHA Ties Magazine - 1993

 

Issue: Jan-Feb Price:  $3.00
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Southern's mellifluous chime horns, early-fifties conversion from single to multiple horns on diesel locomotives N&W Z-class Mallet operating on Appalachia Division - the very last pre-excursion steam run?  Live steam 1 1/2" scale Ps-4 in Florida Steam returns to Saluda with N&W 611 powered excursion, October 25, 1992 Arnold McKinnon and Robert De Butts retire.
Issue: Mar-Apr Price:  $3.00
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The ride according to Clyde Taylor - N&W roundhouse foreman remembers 2-6-6-2's venture onto Southern Rails Engineer vs. Hobo the first and only time Floyd Bruner attempted to hitch a ride on a Southern freight Magic City Sampler, vintage photos of Southern in Birmingham area by Frank Audrey.  Tuscumbia, Courtland and Decatur Railway - Alabama's pioneer railroad.
Issue: May-Jun Price:  $3.00
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Sara Purdie and Bob Claytor obituaries Cradle of Southern railroading, Horatio Allen builds the South Carolina Canal & Rail Road, Southern Railway's earliest predecessor, Biographies of Ezra Miller and Horatio Allen The pioneering 121273, Southern's prototype all-door lumber car (drawing and photos).  Southern Railway's long-abandoned Embreeville, TN branch
Issue: Jul-Aug Price:  $3.00
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Wrap-up of enjoyable annual meeting in Birmingham, AL In the streets of Augusta, Southern's main line still runs down Sixth Street in Augusta. With map, photos and history of Augusta & Summerville Railroad  'I never thought the time would come - Southern Railway tells its passenger train patrons to stay home in advertisements from World War II era.
Issue: Sep-Oct Price:  $3.00
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Book Review: "The Men and the Mills" by Mildred Gwin Andrews; relationship of textile mills to the rest of the South's commerce In Memoriam - Lexington KY's Last Depot, with floor plan, map, and photos.   Owen Anderson and the Interstate Railroad: welding Mallets, riveting hoppers and polishing brass. Recollections of a man who began his career in 1920.
Issue: Nov-Dec Price:  $3.00
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Of Whizzers and Santa Fes, Ed King remembers chasing steam freights on a puny motorbike Ken Tackett's HO-scale model of Lexington, KY depot Superstition and numerology in the roundhouse; interesting locomotive numbers and the jinxes that went with some of them.

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