1990 NYCSHS Calendar

The Society’s 1990 calendar is still available. On the front cover, “The Centuries Pass In The Night” This reenactment of that famous daily event was photographed by CLIO award-winning photographer Gerald Brimacombe, a member of the NYCSHS, and was posed with the superlative 1/4″ scale models of the Century equipment which Mr Brimacombe created. On the rear cover, Looking east at Cleveland Ohio Union Depot in 1906 – LS&MS photo.

cal1989back Class J-3a #5424 at Rochester NY, three Alco FA’s demonstrate the NYC’s ability to handle oversized loads, Class F-12a #824 to take a Harlem Division local out of North White Plains, NY, Eastbound Harlem Division train #520 made up of 11 heavyweight MU cars at Woodlawn, NY, looking west toward the Elyria, OH coal dock, Class J-1d #6607 stands ready to depart from St Louis Union Station, “Hickory Creek” on the tail of train #26 “The 20th Century Limited” at Englewood, IL, Boston & Albany class A-1b #1430 on an eastbound freight at Riverside, MA, Class I-40a #4755 heads a local at Constantine, MI, Class S-1b #6021 heads the “Mercury” near Cincinnati, OH, class DFA-6a #5008 and sister repowered FM units at Elkhart, IN, class P-2b #224 passes Spuyten Duyvil, NY with train #838, Class DPA-5e #4090 leads a GP-9 and another E-8 on a passenger train at Madison, IL.

Calendar Back Issues Available
The NYCSHS has a limited supply of previously issued calendars available for purchase. Quantities are limited, so please order soon to ensure we have your calendar in supply! The price is $5.00 each postage paid. Ohio residents must include $.29 sales tax. Please send your order to:

NYCSHS Calendar
Dept W
17038 Roosevelt Ave

Lockport IL 60441-4734

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