The Book list – Part 6 – The SR&RL

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Updated 15-01-2015.

Maine Two Foot Railroad Books

Author

Year

Library #

SR&RL

 Revision date: 31 August 2013
Rules for Employees, SR&RL and P&R SR&RL and P&R 1908 20 pages, 5½ x 8½, reprinted 1988 by ?
Handbook of Officers, Agents, Stations and Sidings (incl SR&RL) Maine Central Railroad 1917 42 pages, 5½ x 8½, Reprinted in 1980 by Edwin Robertson.
The Maine Scenic Route  H Temple Crittenden 1966 229 pages, 5½ x 8½, LOC 66-13307
I Grew Up With The Narrow Gauge Hazel Cushman Erickson 1971  48 pages, 5½ x 8½
Ride the Sandy River  L Peter Cornwall and Jack W Farrell 1973 248 pages, 240 photos, 8½ x 11, LOC 74-186271
Sandy River System – Locomotive Quarterly Fall 1996 Vol XX No 1 L Peter Cornwall 1996
Two-Foot Cyclopedia – SR&RL #23 William Jensen, Jr 1977 68 pages, 17 x 11
Two-Foot Cyclopedia – Kingfield, Maine William Jensen, Jr 1977 90 pages, 17 x 11
Two-Foot Cyclopedia – Kingfield, Maine W Jensen, G  Kohler & D Sleszynski 1999 110 pages, 17 x 11, reprint has 20 additional pages showing 100 photographs
Two Feet Between the Rails – The Early Years – Volume 1 Robert Jones 1979 416 pages, 8½ x 11, ISBN 0-913582-17-4
Two Feet Between the Rails – The Mature Years –  Volume 2 Robert Jones 1980 416 pages, 8½ x 11, ISBN 0-913582-18-2
Maine Two Foot Pictorial – SR&RL Freight Cars Gary Kohler 1986 88 pages, 8½ x 11, ISBN 0-912113-29-4
Maine Two Foot Pictorial – SR&RL Locomotives Gary Kohler 1987 204 pages, 8½ x 11, ISBN 0-912113-33-2
Maine Two Foot Pictorial – SR&RL Passenger Cars Gary Kohler 1995 152 pages, 8½ x 11
Maine Two Foot Pictorial – SR&RL Passenger Cars (second edition revised) Gary Kohler 2006
  A Chronological History of the Sandy River & Rangeley Lakes Railroad, Part I,1878 – 1900 Gary Kohler/M2FQ 2008 80 pages
  A Chronological History of the Sandy River & Rangeley Lakes Railroad, Part II, 1901-1937 Gary Kohler/M2FQ 2010 96 pages
  SR&RL Conductor’s Book October to November 1920 Gary Kohler/M2FQ 2013 Approx 50 pages
  SR&RL Freight Cars “A Comprehensive guide to the SR&RL Freight Cars:” Gary Kohler/M2FQ 2013 Approx 200 pages
  SR&RL Passenger Cars Vol. II
Gary Kohler/M2FQ 2013 Approx 200 pages
Vol 1 – Structures of the Maine Two Footers SR&RL, WW&F Peter S. Barney 1988 64 pages, 11 x 8 1/2
Vol 7- Handcars, Railcars, and Railbuses of the SR&RLRR Peter S. Barney 1990 64 pages, 8½ x 11
Vol 6 – Industries & Freight Train Operations of the SR&RLRR Peter S. Barney 1993 100 pages, 8½ x 11
SR&RL Cabooses Peter S. Barney 2005 70 pages, 8½ x 5½, 79 photos, 18 plans
SR&RL Passenger Cars Peter S. Barney 2006 98 pages, 8½ x 5½, 124 photos, 7 plans
Freight Equipment of the SR&RL Peter S. Barney 2007 96 pages, 8½ x 5½, 156 photos, 19 plans
Along the Sandy River, A Pictorial Journey Vol 1: Farmington to Strong Peter S. Barney 2007 106 pages, 8½ x 5½, 235 photos, 10 plans
Along the Sandy River, A Pictorial Journey Vol 2: Strong to Bigelow Peter S. Barney 2007 98 pages, 8½ x 5½, 182 photos, 22 plans
Along the Sandy River, A Pictorial Journey Vol 3: Phillips Peter S. Barney 2009 102 pages, 8½ x 5½, 203 photos, 21 plans
Along the Sandy River, A Pictorial Journey Vol 4: On to Rangeley Peter S. Barney 2007 110 pages, 8½ x 5½, 187 photos, 30 plans
SR&RL Caboose #553 Peter S. Barney & Tim Mulina 2009 54 pages, 8½ x 5½, 113 photos
Sunset on the Sandy River Elliott Steward 1993 110 pages, 8½ x 11
Sunset on the Sandy River (second edition ) Elliott Steward
The Sandy River and Rangeley Lakes Railroad and Predecessors, Vol 1 Jerry DeVos 2007 Published by Stoney Brook Press
The Sandy River and Rangeley Lakes Railroad and Predecessors, Vol 2 Jerry DeVos Published by Stoney Brook Press 282 pages, 300+ photos
The Sandy River and Rangeley Lakes Railroad and Predecessors, Vol 3 Jerry DeVos 2013 Published by Stoney Brook Press
The Franklin County Narrow Gauges, The next stop is Rangeley Guy Rioux 2013 Purchase from the SRRL Museum store only
The Franklin County Narrow Gauges, The next stop is Phillips Guy Rioux 2013 Purchase from the SRRL Museum store only
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