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November 1986

No. 276

Pacific RailNews

a nd PaCIfic News are registered trade marks of Interurban Press, a California Corporation.

C&NW Consist Comes West. . . . . . ..... . . . ...... . ....
AAR Passenger Special

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PUBLISHER: Mac Sebree EDITOR: Jim Walker ART DIRECTOR: Bill Bradley NEWS EDITOR: D ick Stephenson PRODUCTION MANAGER: R ay Geyer CONTRIBUTING ARTIST: J ohn Signor
STAFF:

Dry Valley Railroad Suspends Operation . . . .. . . . . . . ...
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. . ... . . .. . . .. . . . . Ken Meeker . . . .
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When Empty, Return to Playas ... . ..
W hite Steeds of Hidalgo

. . Bob Lehmuth

Kenneth M. Ardinger, Michael W. Blaszak, David R. Busse, P . Allen Copeland, Harre W. Demoro, R. C . Farewell, Thomas Higgins, Herb Horton, Don Jewell, Ken Meeker, Steve Morgan, Clifford Prather, Karl Rasmussen, John A. Rushton, Jim Seal, Joe Strapac, Charles Vercelli.
monrhly by Inrerurban Press (a corporation), Second-class postage paid at Glendale CA 91209.

"Coyote Special" Remembered . .. .

. . . Hank

Johnston

Departments:
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Pacific RailNews (USPS 862840) is published
1 2 1 2 South Brand Blvd., Glendale CA 9 1 204.

Books ......... From the Past ..
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Pacific RailNews, P.O. Box 6128, Glendale CA 9 1 205. ISSN 8750-8486.

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SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U.S. $2S.00 for 1 2 C OVER: Rio Grande train 134, led by GP40-2 3 107, passes the AAR Special (see pages 8 , 9 a n d 1 0 ) a s i t lays over a t Glenwood Springs, Colo . , on August 7 , 1 9 8 6 . - "CHIP" SHERMAN

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Pacific RailNews is not responsible for copies not
Replacement copies/PO notifications will address changes. (8 1 8) 240-4777. forwarded or destroyed by the Post Office. be

does not regularly forward 2nd Class Mail and

A NOTE FROM THE EDITOR
However, this is

billed. Please allow us at least four weeks for any

M

OST READERS TAKE TIME TO COMPLIMENT US when corresponding-and we appreciate this very much.

ADVERTISING RATES: On request, or call

your magazine, so we need to keep abreast of even

minor annoyances, many being things we would not catch if they were not brought to our attention. I would be less than candid if I said that

Articles and photographs for the magazine are welcome. When submitting material for consider wish it returned. ation, include return envelope and postage if you assume responsibility for the safe return of material. Paymenr is made upon publication.

some opinions are received and filed, but many constructive criticisms
are very useful to us. A particular "minor" question is why we often do not match up the cover photo with a feature article. There are usually two reasons: The author does not provide a suitable, vertical format, color slide with the article, or a newsworthy event knocks the feature photo out of the runmng. Outside of typographical errors, with which we are too often "blessed," we don't pretend to be experts on every railroad and transit system which we cover. So, when we get something wrong that is up your alley, straighten us up with the true facts. -JIM WALKER

PaCific RailNews does not

1986 INTERURBAN PRESS Mac Sebree, President Jim Walker, Vice-President

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