Santa Fe Rolling Stock Reference Series Volume 3
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Volume 3 in the Santa Fe Railway Historical and Modeling Society's Rolling Stock Reference Series covers Furniture and Automobile Box Cars. The author, the late Richard Hendrickson, well-known to most Santa Fe fans as Mr. Freight Car, was a frequent contributor to the Warbonnet, and its predecessors as well as co-author of Volume Two in this series, Refrigerator Cars: Ice Bunker Cars, 1884-1953.
Preface, pp. 7-10;
Historical Background, pp. 11-18;
Early Santa Fe Furniture Cars: Classes Fe-A through Fe-I, pp. 19-26;
The First Steel Underframe Cars: Classes Fe-J through Fe-O, pp. 27-36;
Composite Cars of the 1920's: Classes Fe-P through Fe-U, pp. 37-48;
Rebuilt Steel Auto Cars of the 1930s: Classes Fe-5 through Fe-20, pp. 49-80;
Auto Cars of the World War II Period: Classes Fe-21 through Fe-25, pp. 81-100;
New Steel Auto Cars of the 1940s and 1950s: Classes Fe-21 through Fe-25, pp. 101-118;
Double Door Cars of the Modern Era: Classes Fe-31 through Fe-42, pp. 119-136;
Painting and Lettering, pp. 137-144;
All-time Roster of Santa Fe Furniture and Automobile Cars, pp. 145-147;
Class Slogan Assignments, pp. 148-150;
Selected Fe-Class General Arrangement and Lettering Drawings, pp. 151-155.
Santa Fe Railway Historical & Modeling Society, spiral bound with plastic cover, 158 pages, 11 x 8.5 x .75 in., Black-and-White photographs and illustrations.