Southern Pacific Railroads At War Article 1942
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Southern Pacific Railroads At War Article 1942 This is a September 21, 1942 article with black and white pictures. It is a 11 page article.with pictures This is a great article that shows and tells about the role Southern Pacific played during the War. Shows picture of telegrapher Mandy Stevenson who has been with SP 29 years. Pictures Fireman A Arrington.Brakeman Cleo Marling Chief Dispatcher Frenchy Leburveau. Engineer Parley Harvey. Shows great picture of SP fire train, operating out of Norden near Sierra Nevada fights grass fires.. Talks about the repair needed to keep trains operating. Also picture of Engineer Jimmy Belote and Brakeman Harry Martin. Pictures Bill Hack, division superintendent. Photographer Peter Stackpole rode over 8,000 miles of Southern Pacific to show an American railroad at war. If you are a railroad collector, especially a Southern Pacific collector., This is a must. Much interesting information and great pictures in this article. In mint condition. Photo is taken through plastic and may show wrinkles or crookedness that is not in the article.. This original magazine tear sheet measures 10 1/2 inches wide by 14 inches tall.
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