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In which the plan is to mention books and other reading matter that may be of interest to anoraks, foamers, gunzels and/or tetsu-ota.
¨ No.243
"The standard code of train rules, block signal and interlocking rules to take effect December 2nd 1917; issued in accordance with rules adopted by the American Railway Association, November 17, 1915"

This was issued by the Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul Railway Company. It may surprise some that the road did not have yellow for "caution" at that time.
¨ No.245
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If you want a really comprehensive breakdown of how railroads work, from the basics of wheel-rail interaction, to interchanging freight, to accounting, law, and literally all aspects of the business (at least, for North American lines) this book is for you.
¨ No.1107
https://archive.org/details/firepubs – A small stash of publications from the National Emergency Training Center library. Some of these docs are about railway fires.
¨ No.1110
https://archive.org/details/DTIC_ADA101754 – "Rail and Motor Outloading Capability Study"
A few modellers may be interested in this document, as it shows some army rail yards.
¨ No.1174
https://archive.org/details/dayoftwonoons00corl – "The Day of Two Noons" is about when railway time zoning went into effect in the US.

https://www.up.com/ert/gcor.pdf – The UP rulebook was last updated 2020-01-23, that is, yesterday.
¨ No.1185

A pretty interesting read, to be honest.

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