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  • Empire Builders to Milwaukee - Pentrex *OUT OF PRINT LIMITED TO STOCK ON HAND*

    Privately run intercity passenger service in Milwaukee was a thing of the past by early 1971. The Federal government had formed Amtrak to remove the burden of passenger service from the railroads and insure that core passenger routes remained active. By May 1st, when Amtrak rolled into Milwaukee, things had changed. Milwaukee Road"s Hiawatha and C&NW"s bi-level Streamliners were out, but Amtrak"s Empire Builder was in. Direct rail service was now available all the way to Seattle, but one could no longer

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  • American Passenger Trains: WWII to Amtrak

    Passenger Trains played an important role in the growth of traveling across America or to the nearest city-the height of its service after WWII until the start up of Amtrak. This book provides railroad hobbyists, historians, museum operators, and transportation instructors and planners with information about the types of train services and operations in various corridors, such as Chicago - Milwaukee; the overnight and daytime long distance service; transcontinental trains, and the various types of local

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  • Walthers HO Scale Milwaukee Road 498-Series Coach w/Clasp Brakes - Yellow & Gray

    Walthers HO Scale Milwaukee Road 498-Series Coach w/Clasp Brakes - Yellow & Gray Retail Price : $64 .98 Internet Trains Price: $55.23 Item Number: 932-9302 Quantity in Shopping Cart: None Matches Equipment used 1955-1971 Correct "UP Streamliner Scheme" Armour Yellow, Harbor Mist Gray & Red Modernized Ends Correct Later-Style Diaphragms & Lift Rings Build with Folded (pre-1963) or Fixed (post-1963) Car Steps - Both Styles Included as Appropriate Notched or Straight Side Sills as Appropriate 8' Nystrom

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    Standard, Car, Lateral, Disc, Durable, Classic, Streamlined, Long Time, Commuter, Long Distances, Color
  • MTH RailKing O Scale Amtrak 40ft. High Cube Box Car

    MTH RailKing, Milwaukee Road Bay Window Caboose

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    Cube, Milwaukee Road, Box
  • Pentrex "Early Amtrak Across Wisconsin" DVD

    Pentrex "Early Amtrak Across Wisconsin" DVD Internet Trains Price: $26.96 Item Number: PEN -EWISC -DVD Chapter Menu provides instant access to program segments Audio Feature provides the option of watching the program with or without narration 1 Hour In Color with Hi-Fi Sound and Narration Full -screen (4x3) Format No region code; can be played in NTSC DVD players worldwide Packaged in Sturdy Vinyl Clamshell Case On May 1, 1971, Amtrak became Wisconsin's rail passenger carrier. Passenger service along the

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  • American Passenger Trains: WWII to Amtrak

    American Passenger Trains: WWII to Amtrak Trains > American Passenger Trains: WWII to Amtrak American Passenger Trains: WWII to Amtrak American Passenger Trains: WWII to Amtrak - Focusing on the 1940s to the 1960s, this book provides the reader with information about the types of train services & operations in Chicago-Milwaukee overnight & daytime long distance service, transcontinental trains, and various local trains on both main lines & branch lines. Soft Cover. American Passenger Trains: WWII to Amtrak

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  • Early Amtrak Across Wisconsin - Pentrex DVD

    On May 1, 1971, Amtrak became Wisconsin"s rail passenger carrier. Passenger service along the Burlington Northern"s Mississippi River Route ended as did all service on the Chicago & North Western. Famous train names such as the Milwaukee Road"s Hiawathas, C&NW"s Streamliners, and Burlington Northern"s North Coast Limited disappeared. When Amtrak began, only the Empire Builder and Chicago -to -Milwaukee corridor service were spared, and the Builder was rerouted from the BN onto the Milwaukee"s Twin Cities

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  • American Passenger Trains WWII to Amtrak

    Description Product Details American Passenger Trains WWII to Amtrak Description : American Passenger Trains WWII to Amtrak By Patrick C. Dorin. Softbound, 128 pages, 11.5x8.5, color covers, 260 illustrations, advertisements, ephemera. this book provides railroad hobbyists, historians, museum operators, and transportation instructors and planners with information about the types of train services and operations in various corridors, such as Chicago - Milwaukee; overnight and daytime long distance service;

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  • Reliving the Memories Milwaukee Road 261 DVD

    Join C. Vision as we showcase this magnificent locomotive from shop repairs to high speed main line excursions! The 261 has been in active excursion service since its rebuild in 1992. The locomotive's shining black attire and its thundering power bring a sense of awe to all who see it rolling across the tracks in the new millennium. Step back in time to 1994, when the 261 led an excursion on the former Wisconsin Central. The video then highlights the 1998 Burlington Northern Santa Fe Employee Special, along

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  • American Passenger Trains: WWII to Amtrak by Dorin, Patrick C. [Paperback]

    American Passenger Trains: WWII to Amtrak by Dorin, Patrick C. [Paperback ] UBM9781583882320 American Passenger Trains: WWII to Amtrak by Dorin, Patrick C. [Paperback ] Rating : Passenger Trains played an important role in the growth of traveling across America or to the nearest city--the height of its service after WWII until the start up of Amtrak. This book provides railroad hobbyists, historians, museum operators, and transportation instructors and planners with information about the types of train

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  • Amtrak FP45 Diesel w/Horn and Bell, Bachmann Williams 22405

    Navigates O-31 curves. length 17in, height 4in. 6 wheel power trucks with traction tires. Powered by dual motors. Flywheel coasting action. All metal gears. Electronic 6-amp reverse board. True Blast II(TM) digital horn and bell. Die-cast trucks, truck sides, pilot, and fuel tank. Dual headlights. Sturdy stamped metal handrails. Die-cast operating couplers. Originally built for passenger service at the request of the Santa Fe, this 3600 H.P. unit was later used for freight service as well. The locomotive

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  • Milwaukee Road #3 FP45 Diesel Engine w/PS3, MTH Trains 30201531

    Purchased for passenger service by the Santa Fe and the Milwaukee Road, the 3600 hp FP45s replaced first-generation E-unit and F-unit diesel sets and eventually found themselves handling freight duties as well. By 1971, the units remaining in passenger service were working exclusively for Amtrak. A sister engine, the F45, was bought for freight-only service by the Santa Fe, Great Northern, and Burlington Northern.

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  • Bachmann Amtrak FP-45 Powered Diesel Locomotive

    Bachmann Amtrak FP-45 Powered Diesel Locomotive Bachmann Amtrak FP-45 Powered Diesel Locomotive BAC22405 Rating : Shipping : Product Description Road Name: Amtrak Originally built for passenger service at the request of the Santa Fe, this 3600 H.P. unit was later used for freight service as well. The locomotive was basically a SD-45 with a different body. The original purchasers of these locomotives were Santa Fe and Milwaukee Road, but they later wore different paint schemes as railroads merged and

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    Lateral, Ornament, Freight, Christmas, Original, Lionel, Passenger, Die Cast, Powered, Metal, Locomotive, Navigator, Sturdy, Wheel
  • Amtrak #642 FP45 Diesel Engine w/PS3, MTH Trains 30201511

    Purchased for passenger service by the Santa Fe and the Milwaukee Road, the 3600 hp FP45s replaced first-generation E-unit and F-unit diesel sets and eventually found themselves handling freight duties as well. By 1971, the units remaining in passenger service were working exclusively for Amtrak. A sister engine, the F45, was bought for freight-only service by the Santa Fe, Great Northern, and Burlington Northern.

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  • HO Milwaukee Road 261 Excursion Super Dome

    HO Milwaukee Road 261 Excursion Super Dome HO Milwaukee Road 261 Excursion Super Dome Features include appropriate trucks, full interior, Proto MAX(TM) metal knuckle couplers, metal wheels, working diaphragms, optional modeler-installed wire grab irons and built-in electrical contacts for installation of Walthers interior lighting kits (sold separately). This is a replica of a specific car and features factory-applied car name and number markings, so no decal sheet is supplied. This car is based on the

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  • N Scale Passenger Trains

    N Scale Passenger Trains Coming soon to N Scale ... the most detailed line-up yet of passenger cars from Rapido Trains. (Never heard of Rapido Trains passenger equipment, just ask any HO'er in the know). The N scale line is called Panorama, after the CN train of the same name which ran during the "golden years" of CN passenger services, the 1960s. Just as CN invested in better passenger trains in the 1960s, Rapdio Trains has invested in a better N scale passenger car for 2009. The Panorama Line passenger

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  • Milwaukee Road Passenger Service - From the Hiawatha to Amtrak

    Milwaukee Road Passenger Service - From the Hiawatha to Amtrak Trains > Milwaukee Road Passenger Service - From the Hiawatha to Amtrak Milwaukee Road Passenger Service - From the Hiawatha to Amtrak Milwaukee Road Passenger Service - From the Hiawatha to Amtrak - Details on Milwaukee passenger trains down to Amtrak, with coverage of operations, cars, locos, and much material from timetables. Great for modelers and MILW fans. 144 pages. 200+B&W and color. Hard Cover. Milwaukee Road Passenger Service - From

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  • Empire Builders to Milwaukee DVD

    Empire Builders to Milwaukee DVD Empire Builders to Milwaukee DVD PXEMPIRE Description Empire Builders to Milwaukee DVD Privately run intercity Passenger Service in Milwaukee was a thing of the past by early 1971. The Federal government had formed Amtrak to remove the burden of Passenger Service from the railroads and insure that core passenger routes remained active. By May 1st, when Amtrak rolled into Milwaukee, things had changed. Milwaukee Road's Hiawatha and C&NW's bi-level Streamliners were out,

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  • Walthers HO 932-9540 ACF 48-Seat Diner Car, Union Pacific

    Walthers HO 932-9540 ACF 48-Seat Diner Car, Union Pacific Retail Price: $74.98 You save $14 .99 ! Description From the introduction of the M-10000 in 1934, Union Pacific set a new standard for luxury with its Streamliner trains. As ridership grew in the late 30s, UP ordered new equipment to provide daily service. Although WWII brought an abrupt halt to the project, by 1946, UP and partners CNW, SP and Wabash had over 100 new cars on order to begin daily "City" runs on several routes. As delivery delays

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    Standard, Painted, Metal, Cutting, Original, Trucks, Dome, Streamlined, Wheel, Decal, Window, Powered
  • Scale -MILWAUKEE ROAD HIAWATHA - EXCURSION TWO CARS

    Detailed Description Specifications HO Scale Model Railroad Item... 1/87th Scale... Intended as an Adult Display Model - for Ages Over 18 Mint Condition... Walther's -- MILWAUKEE ROAD STREAMLINED... EXCURSION... ORANGE & MAROON Paint Scheme... COLLECTOR's EDITION... MILWAUKEE ROAD... HIAWATHA... EXCURSION Scheme... PAIR OF CARS... SKYTOP DOME LOUNGE... "CEDAR RAPIDS"... &... SUPER DOME... MILWAUKEE... HO Scale Model Railroad Item 1/87th Scale Intended as an Adult Display Model - for Ages Over 18 Mint

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    Train, Model, Metal, Display Model, Replica, Dome, Streamlined, Wheel, Decal, Iron, Color
  • Pentrex "Previews Volume 2" DVD

    Pentrex "Previews Volume 2" DVD Retail Price : $9 .95 Internet Trains Price: $8.96 Item Number: PEN -PDP2 -DVD Quantity in Shopping Cart: None Chapter Menus provide instant access to each preview 2 Hours 15 Minutes In Color and Black & White with Appropriate Hi-Fi and Stereo Sound and Narration Full -screen (4x3) Format No region code; can be played in NTSC DVD players worldwide Packaged in Sturdy Vinyl Clamshell Case Pentrex Previews are a favorite way to sample the full range of railroading

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  • Package -DVD -Everything Trains

    Package -DVD -Everything Trains TRAINS, TRAINS, TRAINS FOR KIDS 2 Join K.C. Frog and his pal Buddy on a educational and hilarious trip on Amtrak’s California Zephyr. K.C. Frog lives with a beautiful model railroad, and his pal Buddy visits him in this episode, and K.C. tells Buddy all about his exciting trip on Amtrak. Part one takes us from Chicago to beyond the Mississippi River. K.C. shows kids how the train is put together, cleaned, and how passengers board the train. Then jump into the cab with K.C.

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  • Pentrex DVD Previews Vol 2

    Pentrex Previews are a favorite way to sample the full range of railroading adventures you can expect to find in a Pentrex DVD. Whether you're looking for steam, vintage diesels, favorite fallen flags, famous locations, or today's mainline operations, there's something for everyone in this over two hour presentation featuring excerpts from the following 46 different Pentrex DVDs: * The Alaska Railroad * Amtrak the Surfline Combo * Amtrak's Northeast Corridor Combo * BC Rail Collection * Beaumont Hill Combo

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  • Early Amtrak Across Wisconsin DVD

    Early Amtrak Across Wisconsin DVD Early Amtrak Across Wisconsin DVD PXEWISC Description Early Amtrak Across Wisconsin DVD On May 1, 1971, Amtrak became Wisconsin's rail passenger carrier. Passenger Service along the Burlington Northern's Mississippi River Route ended as did all service on the Chicago & North Western. Famous train names such as the Milwaukee Road's Hiawathas, C&NW's Streamliners, and Burlington Northern's North Coast Limited disappeared. When Amtrak began, only the Empire Builder and

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  • Airport Railway Stations In The United States

    Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Milwaukee Airport Railroad Station, T.F. Green Airport, Midway, Bwi Rail Station, Sutphin Boulevard - Archer Avenue - Jfk Airport, Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, Newark Liberty International Airport, Oakland Coliseum Amtrak/bart Station, Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, Howard Beach - Jfk Airport, Miami

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  • The Milwaukee Road Passenger Train Services

    The Milwaukee Road Passenger Train Services (From The Hiawatha Era to Amtrak and Beyond) Over 300 Black & White & Color Photographs Time Tables & Illustrations Product Condition: New Product Type: Book ? Hardcover Book Railroad: Milwaukee Road (Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific) Author(s): Patrick C. Dorin Number of Pages: 144

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  • American Passenger Trains: WWII to Amtrak

    Passenger Trains played an important role in the growth of traveling across America or to the nearest city—the height of its service after WWII until the start up of Amtrak. This book provides railroad hobbyists, historians, museum operators, and transportation instructors and planners with information about the types of train services and operations in various corridors, such as Chicago – Milwaukee; the overnight and daytime long distance service; transcontinental trains, and the various types

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  • Early Amtrak Across Wisconsin - Pentrex DVD

    Early Amtrak Across Wisconsin - Pentrex DVD On May 1, 1971, Amtrak became Wisconsin"s rail passenger carrier. Passenger service along the Burlington Northern"s Mississippi River Route ended as did all service on the Chicago & North Western. Famous train names such as the Milwaukee Road"s C&NW"s and Burlington Northern "s disappeared . When Amtrak began, only the and Chicago -to -Milwaukee corridor service were spared, and the was rerouted from the BN onto the Milwaukee"s Twin Cities line . Hiawathas ,

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  • Empire Builders to Milwaukee - Pentrex *OUT OF PRINT LIMITED TO STOCK ON HAND*

    Empire Builders to Milwaukee - Pentrex *OUT OF PRINT LIMITED TO STOCK ON HAND* Privately run intercity passenger service in Milwaukee was a thing of the past by early 1971. The Federal government had formed Amtrak to remove the burden of passenger service from the railroads and insure that core passenger routes remained active. By May 1st, when Amtrak rolled into Milwaukee, things had changed. Milwaukee Road"s and C&NW"s bi-level Streamliners were out, but Amtrak"s was in. Direct rail service was now

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  • Empire Builders to Milwaukee by Pentrex

    Empire Builders to Milwaukee by Pentrex Empire Builders to Milwaukee by Pentrex PENEMPIREDVD EMPIRE -DVD Empire Builders to Milwaukee DVD Privately run intercity passenger service in Milwaukee was a thing of the past by early 1971. The Federal government had formed Amtrak to remove the burden of passenger service from the railroads and insure that core passenger routes remained active. By May 1st, when Amtrak rolled into Milwaukee, things had changed. Milwaukee Road's Hiawatha and C&NW's bi-level

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