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Trains

November 2019

TRAINS IS THE #1 MAGAZINE AMONG RAILROAD ENTHUSIASTS! EACH ISSUE IS PACKED WITH PROBING FEATURES, RAILROAD NEWS, EXPERT COMMENTARY, CUTTING-EDGE INDUSTRY REPORTS, DETAILED MAPS AND SPECTACULAR PHOTOGRAPHY COVERING RAILROADING’S INFLUENTIAL HISTORY AND EXCITING FUTURE.

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Kalmbach Publishing Co. - Magazines
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single-car freight: a lost cause?

jwrinn@kalmbach.com @TrainsMagazine @trains_magazine As a group of us were waiting on Union Pacific Big Boy No. 4014 at Clyman Junction, Wis., in July, we watched in amazement as a local from Milwaukee arrived and changed ends before ducking into a siding for the steam train. It was a surprising bit of hustle on the part of the train crew and the dispatcher who put the local in a position to get back to work immediately after the passage of the special. As Bill Stephens explains on page 20, single-car railroading, especially in the truck-competitive east, has taken significant hits over the last two decades. But it is by no means a lost cause. Short-line railroaders will tell you this, because for most of them, carload freight is their livelihood. The eager railroaders on the…

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trains

Editor Jim Wrinn Art Director Thomas G. Danneman Production Editor Angela Pusztai-Pasternak Associate Editor David Lassen Associate Editor Brian Schmidt Digital Editor Steve Sweeney Editorial Assistant Diane Laska-Swanke Senior Graphic Designer Scott Krall Graphic Designer Samantha Primuth Lead Illustrator Rick Johnson Production Specialist Sue Hollinger-Klahn Librarian Thomas Hoffmann Editorial Director Diane M. Bacha Columnists Fred W. Frailey, Brian Solomon Correspondents Roy Blanchard, Michael W. Blaszak, Al DiCenso, Hayley Enoch, Justin Franz, Steve Glischinski, Chase Gunnoe, Chris Guss, Scott A. Hartley, Bob Johnston, Kevin P. Keefe, David Lustig, Bill Stephens Contributing Illustrator Bill Metzger Founder A.C. Kalmbach, 1910-1981 KALMBACH MEDIA Chief Executive Officer Dan Hickey Senior Vice President, Finance Christine Metcalf Senior Vice President, Consumer Marketing Nicole McGuire Vice President, Content Stephen C. George Vice President, Operations Brian J. Schmidt Vice President, Human Resources Sarah A. Horner Senior Director, Advertising Sales and Events David T. Sherman Advertising Sales Director Scott Redmond Circulation Director Liz Runyon Director of Design & Production…

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on the web

TRAINS NEWS WIRE Subscribers can access all the latest railroad industry news and updates to stories daily. Photo by Steve Smedley TRAINS BLOGS Check out what Trains staff and contributors say about railroads and train-watching. Photo by George W. Hamlin TRAINS INSTAGRAM Share your photos and videos with @trains_magazine. Photo by Tom Danneman TRAINS NEWS WIRE VIDEOS Watch the Trains staff discuss hot news topics each week and share your comments Follow us on facebook.com/TrainsMagazine twitter.com/TrainsMagazine @trains_magazine…

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conversations

Letter ALCO MEMORIES I enjoyed reading Brian Solomon’s article, “Alco: 50 Years Gone” [“Commentary,” pages 14-15, September]. Growing up in Keokuk, Iowa, I remember hearing the Alcos on the Toledo, Peoria & Western Railway. While in Boone, Iowa, in early August to see Union Pacific Big Boy No. 4014, I visited the Boone & Scenic Valley Railroad to catch Alco RS1 No. 244. Built in November 1951 as Lake Superior & Ishpeming No. 1002, and painted for the Minneapolis & St. Louis Railway in 2008, No. 244 works for the heritage railroad. This was a great road trip, hearing the beautiful sound of the Alco engine laboring away, plus seeing the Big Boy too! John Miller, Manchester, Iowa Fixes March 2019 Page 19: The first brief was incorrect. R.J. Corman No. 2017 is a Tier 4 emission locomotive…

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last run for the ‘finest railroad’

AMERICA’S FINEST RAILROAD has turned its last wheel. The Black Mesa & Lake Powell, the 78-mile electrified, coal-hauling railroad in Northern Arizona, ran its final train in the early morning hours of Aug. 26, 2019, victim of the pending closure of the coalfired power plant it feeds. The final trip from Peabody Energy’s Kayenta Mine to the Salt River Project Navajo Generating Station power plant near Page, Ariz., left the mine before dawn and arrived at Page shortly after 7 a.m. Mountain Daylight Time. (While Arizona does not observe Daylight Savings Time, the Navajo Nation does.) Photographer Zachary Larsen says a ceremony for the final arrival was held at the plant but was limited to employees. The railroad began operation in October 1973. In an October 1974 article featuring photos by Richard Steinheimer,…

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cn buys route from csx; roads to partner on intermodal service

CANADIAN NATIONAL WILL PURCHASE CSX Transportation’s line linking the Syracuse, N.Y., area with Montreal. The August deal came just three weeks after the railroads said they would begin joint intermodal service in October linking Toronto and Montreal with New York, New Jersey, and Philadelphia. “CN is excited to be expanding its reach in New York. With this acquisition from CSX, we are opening up new opportunities for our existing customers and local businesses who will be able to access new markets through CN’s unique three-coasts network,” CN CEO JJ Ruest says. The 40-mph CSX St. Lawrence and Montreal subdivisions total more than 220 miles of track. The line purchase includes trackage from Valleyfield, Quebec, to Woodard, N.Y., which is just north of Syracuse and a connection with the former New York Central…

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