It is time to beginning thinking about the NYCSHS 2022

It is Never Too Early to Renew!!!

NYCSHS 2022 Is Just Around

The Corner

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Don’t Miss Out on a Year of

NYCSHS Excitement!!!

You can renew online now by

Clicking Here

Or

Download a membership renewal

form by Clicking Here

If you would like to join us online Click Here

Or

To download a mail in new

membership application,

Click Here



And while you are at it, order the new

2022 NYCSHS Calendar

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The NYCSHS 2022 Calendar is now available with eleven color and three black & white photographs.

With our New York Central calendar for 2022, we’ve done more than to provide you with the days of the week, some historical dates, and some nice train pictures. We want to take you on a trip around the vast New York Central System with stunning photos that are evocative of the seasons. In February, you’ll sympathize with a South Bend operator as he hoops up orders to The Chicagoan in bitterly cold South Bend, Indiana; and in April you’ll see a conductor and rear brakeman conversing while their local freight pauses in still-chilly Hudson, Michigan. In July you’ll feel the heat of The Bronx as a P-motor wheels a two-car Empire Service train past what is left of Mott Haven; and in December you’ll be glad to be warm at home when you observe a classic Hudson departing nearly snowed-in Buffalo Central Terminal. Our calendar will also take you inside Harmon’s roundhouse as two Century-styled Hudsons are prepared for another westward voyage. And our two covers will help you to recollect the final years of the Age of Steam. All this from fine, high-resolution photos carefully selected from hundreds of candidates.

Price is still $16.00.

Free shipping on US and Canadian orders, and Ohio residents pay 8% Ohio Sales Tax

Click Here to Purchase in the Collinwood Shop

Or

Click Here to Download an Order Form to Mail In



New Items in the Collinwood Shop

Dining A La Pullman – The History of Pullman

Dining Service, 1866 – 1968

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Following up on his successful sleeping “hotel” cars of the 1860s, George Pullman invented the first railroad dining car, starting a century-long tradition of the Pullman Company providing its passengers with restaurant-quality meals on rails. This is the first telling of the story of Pullman’s dining service, with colorful menus, tasteful china and silver, popular recipes, and extensive interviews with retired Pullman chefs and waiters who served opera singers, actors, businessmen, and even the President of the United States. Authors Mulligan, Tilp, and Zimmermann explore the history, equipment, food, and people that made this unique era of travel possible. Tilp also covers the story of his company’s 1968 purchase of the Pullman restaurant-sleeper Lotos Club and the subsequent restoration and operation of what remains the most authentically restored Pullman car in the United States. Recipes for numerous classic Pullman meals and a selection of complete, historic Pullman menus round out this definitive volume on Pullman’s culinary legacy.

Paperback – 172 Pages

Click Here to View


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