Central Headlight Back Issues

Back Issues 1985-2011A listing of available single back issues of the Central Headlight for purchase from the NYCSHS. Address all orders for back issues of Central Headlight to James C. Suhs, Secretary, 17038 Roosevelt Ave., Lockport, IL 60441-4734.

For issues less than two years old, 1-9 copies:

  • $12 per copy to non-members.
  • $10 per copy to members.

Bulk orders (10 or more copies):

  • $8 per copy, members and non-members.

For issues two or more years old, all quantities:

  • $8 per copy, members and non-members.

All prices are postage paid.  Ohio residents must include 8% sales tax

See a listing of back issues:

1985 Vol. XV No. 3
– PT Tenders

1986 Vol. XVI No. 1
– An Incredible Test: Where Was It?

1986 Vol. XVI No. 3
– Sonoma Train Town’s 3″ Scale J-1b #5212
– Boston & Albany Milford Branch

1986 Vol. XVI No. 4
– The Hojack in Central New York

1987 Vol. XVII No. 3
– Empire Cars
– Waycars of the Michigan Central Railroad

1988. Vol. XVIII No. 2
– Niagaras
– West Side Freight Line

1988 Vol. XVIII No. 3
– The Making of a Legend, Part 1 (Niagaras)

1988 Vol. XVIII No. 4
– Corning, Ohio
– Interludes of Interest at SS 71
– Rail Stress Tests

1989 Vol. XIX No. 2
– Chicago, Kalamazoo & Saginaw Ry.
– Central Moved the U.S. Mail

1989 Vol. XIX No. 3
– Afloat on the Great Lakes
– NYC F-12 Ten-Wheelers

1989 Vol. XIX No. 4
– Michigan Central Railroad
– The Kellog Branch

1990 Vol. XX No. 1
– Gravity Switching on the Eve of Merger: Part 1

1990 Vol. XX No. 3
– The Fort Wayne Branch Circa 1918

1990 Vol. XX No. 4
– Gravity Switching on the Eve of Merger: Part 2

1991 Vol. XXI No. 1
– The Central and the Arts
– The Century Doesn’t Stop Here!

1991 Vol. XXI No. 3
– A Farewell to Steam
– Along the Canada Southern

1991 Vol. XXI No. 4
– Gravity Switching on the Eve of Merger: Part 4

1992 Vol. XXII No. 1
– Pacemaker Freight Service
– The Oil Burners on the Peoria & Eastern

1992 Vol. XXII No. 2
– Memories of Harmon
– Coil Steel Gondolas

1992 Vol. XXII No. 3
– Run of Super Hudson #5408
– More Wheels

1992 Vol. XXII No. 4
– Power Situation on the B&A: 1930-1951
– Sharon Yard: NYC to Conrail

1993 Vol. XXIII No. 1
– Surviving Steam Update

1993 Vol. XXIII No. 2
– The Great Steel Fleet: 1946-1968

1993 Vol. XXIII No. 3
– The Fabulous 5500

1993 Vol. XXIII No. 4
– Dean of NYC Agents
– Ohio Central Division

1994 Vol. XXIV No. 1
– Corporate History of the Big Four

1994 Vol. XXIV No. 2
– New York City Traffic, Putnam Division
– Big Four and Michigan Central cabooses
– Peoria & Eastern Locomotives

1994 Vol. XXIV No. 3
– Calling Out the Big Hook

1994 Vol. XXIV No. 4
– Early Super Power – B&A A-1

1995 Vol. XXV No. 1
– 1928 Track Plan and Scoop Test
– Englewood Yard and LS-1
– Lake Erie & Pittsburgh

1995 Vol. XXV No. 2
– Punch Brothers, Punch with Care

1995 Vol. XXV No. 3
– NYC at Woodlawn
– NYC Today: The U&D
– Lake Erie & Pittsburgh

1995 Vol. XXV No. 4
– Big Four Engineman

1996 Vol. XXVI No. 1
– Hudson, Michigan station
– Putnam Division photos

1996 Vol. XXVI No. 2
– There is Danger in the Tunnel

1996 Vol. XXVI No. 3
– Three-Cylinder NYC Locomotives

1996 Vol. XXVI No. 4
– Photographs from the NYC Files

1997 Vol. XXVII No. 1
– Several True Tales of the Central’s Rails

1997 Vol XXVII No. 2
– Speed! Explosion of 7408

1997 Vol. XXVII No. 3
– Photographs from the NYC Files

1997 Vol. XXVII No. 4
– Buffalo Central Terminal

1998 Vol. XXVIII No. 1
– More Photographs from the NYC Files

1998 Vol. XXVIII No. 2
– MDT Refrigerator Cars

1998 Vol. XXVII No. 3
– Edward L. May
– Coasting into Grand Central

1998 Vol. XXVII No. 4
– Grand Central, Lake Shore Limited
– WWII Oil Trains

1999 Vol. XXIX No. 1
– Broken Rails
– Railroad Experiences

1999 Vol. XXIX No. 2
– DeWitt Engine Terminal
– In the Baggage Car Ahead

1999 Vol. XXIX No. 3
– Railroad Experiences, Part 2
– Perishables to Amsterdam

1999 Vol. XXIX No. 4
– Further Photographs from the NYC Files

2000 Vol. XXX No. 1
– The Boston & Worcester and Western Railroads, 1847: Part 1

2000 Vol. XXX No. 2
– Beech Creek District

2000 Vol. XXX No. 3
– The Boston & Worcester and Western Railroads, 1847: Part 2

2000 Vol. XXX No. 4
– The Late Mohawks: Part 1

2001 Vol. XXXI No. 1
– 100 MPH in 1903
– NYC vs. Amtrak

2001 Vol. XXXI No. 2
– The Late Mohawks: Part 2

2001. Vol. XXXI No. 3
– NYC Lines Magazine: Part 1
– Boston & Albany Goes to War
– Ahead on Locomotive

2001 Vol. XXXI No. 4
– NYC Lines Magazine: Part 2
– Call Out
– Early Tender Classes

2002 Vol. XXXII No. 1
– NYC Lines Magazine: Part 3
– 20th Century Limited 100th Anniversary
– NYC 4600-4700 MU Cars

2002 Vol. XXXII No. 2
– NYC Lines Magazine: Part 4
– 753rd Railway Shop Battallion

2002 Vol. XXXII No. 3
– NYC Lines Magazine: Part 5
– What Might Have Been: 4-6-6-4
– Messengering DES-3s

2002 Vol. XXXII No. 4
– Automatic Train Stop on the NYC

2003 Vol. XXXIII No. 1
– NYC Lines Magazine: Part 6
– 999 Plaque Dedication

2003 Vol. XXXIII No. 2
– NYC Lines Magazine: Part 7
– Jamestown & Franklin Railroad

2003 Vol. XXXIII No. 3
– Tribute to Grand Central Terminal

2003 Vol. XXXIII No. 4
– CB&Q 30 on NYC

2004 Vol. XXXIV No. 1
– Memories of the NYC in Northern New York
– Photos from the NYC Collection

2004 Vol. XXXIV No. 2
– Young Lion of the West

2004 Vol. XXXIV No. 3
– St. Lawrence, Adirondack, Ontario and Ottawa Divisions

2004 Vol. XXXIV No. 4
– Electrification of Suburban Zone: New York City

2005 Vol. XXXV No. 1
– Gulf Curve Reconstruction
– Largest Sleeper Consist
– Photos from the NYC Collection

2005 Vol. XXXV No. 2
– Electrification of the Suburban Zone: New York City; Discussion

2005 Vol. XXXV No. 3
– Timetable No. 37: 1890

2005 Vol. XXXV No. 4
– Boater Battles Central
– Last Open Section Car
– Larger Scale

2006 Vol. XXXVI No. 1
– My Railroad Career: K.L. Reed
– The Motive Power Situation: 1951

2006 Vol. XXXVI No. 2
– The Cleveland Limited
– The Milk Business: St. Lawrence Division

2006 Vol. XXXVI No. 3
– NYC Sleeping Car Service
– NYC Lines Magazine: Part 8

2006 Vol. XXXVI No. 4
– Forty Years of Motive Power Progress

2007 Vol. XXXVII No1.
– The Story of the Empire State Express

2007 Vol. XXXVII No. 2
– The Beauty Queens, Pt. 1 (Early EMD E7’s)

2007 Vol. XXXVII No. 3
– Steam Locomotive Number Plates Carrying the New York Central Oval

2008 Vol. XXXVIII No. 1
– Charles A. Erler – Portrait of a Railroad Man

2008 Vol. XXXVIII No. 2
– The First Trip of the Empire State Express

2008 Vol. XXXVIII No. 3
– Robert R. Young Takes Aim at New York Central, Pt. 1

2009 Vol. XXXIX No. 1
– Commuting on the Harlem Division

2009 Vol. XXXIX No. 2
– Buffalo Central Terminal

2009 Vol. XXXIX No. 3
– Papa John (John W. Barriger)

2009 Vol. XXXIX No. 4
– The GE Rider, Pt. 1 (Delivery of three new U25B locomotives)

2010 Vol. XL No. 1
– Maurice E. Lewman, Railroader

2010 Vol. XL No. 2
– Dining Aboard the Postwar Great Steel Fleet

2010 Vol. XL No. 3
– New York Central in 1950 Railroad Industry

2010 Vol. XL No. 4
– The Boston & Albany Railroad Stations of Henery Hobson Richardson

2011 Vol. XLI No 1
– Pennsylvania Division Operations at the Close of the Steam Era; Tales of 466, Pt. 1

2011 Vol. XLI No. 2
– NYC Marine Operations in New York Harbor, Parts 1 and 2; Bringing the Mohawk Home; Tales of 466, Part 2

2011 Vol. XLI No. 3
– Railroading on the Harlem Division with Engineer Robert B. Palmer; Hudson Division Cab Ride; Tales of 466, Part 3

2011 Vol. XLI No. 4
– Steam’s Winter Glory; NYC Marine Operations in New York Harbor Part 3; Charlie Hogan Broadcast

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