Railroad Heritage No. 19, Ted Rose: The Artist’s Early Photography

Photographic accomplishments of Rose (1940-2002), known mostly for his stunning watercolors but also an excellent photographer as a youth and young man. Essays by Robert Ewing, director emeritus of the Fine Arts Museum of the Museum of New Mexico; Robert Ludwig, who often traveled with Rose to photograph the trains; and John Gruber.

$14.95, 36 pages, b/w.

Railroad Heritage No. 18, Railroading Journeys

Special retrospective issue devoted to the life and times of Lucius Beebe and Charles Clegg, whose books changed the way Americans think about—and look at—railroads and railroading. 59 photographs, 52 of them by Beebe or Clegg, some never before published. Clegg’s sister, Ann Clegg Holloway, wrote the introduction.

$14.95, 32 pages, b/w.

Railroad Heritage No. 17, Women in Railroading

To uncover the story of women in railroading was a methodical and slow undertaking spanning more than 20 years, guest editor Shirley Burman writes in “Where Were the Women?” The issue includes articles by Doug Riddell, “Jobs for Women ‘Come with a Price,'” and Linda Grant Niemann, “The Mean Old Nontraditional Blues.”

$7.50, 24 pages, color and b/w.

Other Issues

Railroad Heritage nos. 2, 4, 7, 9-10, and 13 are also still available, but in very limited quantities. Please contact us if you would like information about obtaining any of them. Nos. 1, 3, 5, 6, 8, 11-12, and 15-16 are out of print.