Classic Trains is a quarterly magazine celebrating the "golden years of railroading." Each issue covers the North American railroad scene from the 1920s to the late 1970s with extraordinary photographs and compelling writing. Giant steam locomotives, colorful streamliners, down-home local trains, great passenger terminals, recollections of railroaders and train-watchers . . . they're all in the pages of Classic Trains.
1944: Steam's Last Great Year
By Kevin P. Keefe
75 years ago, as rail traffic hit its World War II peak, more than 350 magnificent steam locomotives took to the rails
View additional photos of the great steam locomotives built in 1944.
Mystery at Barberton
By Dan Olah
Persistent research pays off to identify peculiar photos from the past
Alcos in Dairyland
By J. David Ingles
A weeklong 1964 odyssey concludes in northeastern Wisconsin
What's in a Photograph? Clinchfield's tunnel at Spartanburg, S.C.
By Jerry A. Pinkepank
F units use a three-year-old bore to pass under the Southern Railway main line on March 13, 1966
By Scott Lothes
John Bjorklund enjoyed shooting Kodachrome around Cascadia in the 1970s
The Best of Everything: A Territory of My Own
By Chris Burger
A stint at NYC headquarters in New York is followed by a trainmaster post in central Pennsylvania
Empfohlen für Modellbauer und Sammler ab 14 Jahren. Aufgrund maßstabs- und vorbildgerechter bzw. funktionsbedingter Gestaltung sind Spitzen, Kanten und Kleinteile vorhanden. Verschluckungsgefahr. Deshalb nicht in die Hände von Kindern unter 10 Jahren!