Issue 143 (April 2015)

  • PV News and Photos
    • Membership News
    • Travel Planner: Check out http://www.aaprco.com/Travel_Opportunities/Postings
    • Out and About: Summit View, Sky View, Braddock Inn, NYC NO. 38, The Observatory, Moultrie, NYC Diner No. 448, Morris County, Southern Hospitality, J. Pickney Henderson, Hollywood Beach; Dagny Taggart; Kansas; Union Pacific's streamliner fleet; Pacific Trail; Warren R. Henry, Evelyn A. Henry; St. James Place, Charter Club.
  • Features
    • Original Varnish: Ayuh, it Suits Me by Nellie MacCallum with Steve Esposito. Built for the President Perry Todd of Bangor & Aroostook in 1928, this handsome Pullman still hosts guests 87 years later. Only occasionally venturing offline, one trip to Boston netted Red Sox Left-fielder Ted Williams for a fishing trip to Maine. The complete history plus eight pages of interior and exterior photos, including before and after restoration shots. Diagram sheets from the B&A, too. This is a very handsome example of a Pullman heavyweight.
    • 37th Annual Convention: Portland Maine From Chicago to Portland, Maine, via Cleveland, Buffalo, Binghamton, Syracuse, and East Deerfield, this was one ambitious trip. Parked in South Portland alongside Casco Bay, this trip afforded plenty of railroading and a delightful look at a beautiful seaport. An all-day harbor cruise as well as side trips to the Seashore Trolley Museum and the Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Company and Museum were highlights of this great trip. Lots of photos and maps. Three trip accounts provided by Jerry Angier, Stan Garner and Taylor Johnson. Xx
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  • PV Market and Trade Members
  • Reviews

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