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Edward Stickel collection of railroadiana

Identifier: 2056
Abstract: Edward R. Stickel (1928-2008) worked for the Penn Central Transportation Company, Amtrak, and Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA). His collection consists of copies of official documents relating to the commuter rail operations of SEPTA and its predecessors.
Dates: 1931-1987

Penn Central Railroad memorabilia auction poster

Identifier: 1998-261
Abstract: The Pennsylvania New York Central Transportation Company was the creation of a 1968 merger of the Pennsylvania and New York Central railroads. In 1970, the "Penn Central" Transportation Company filed for bankruptcy and auctioned off Pennsylvania Railroad and New York Central Railroad memorabilia, pictures, and other materials. This collection consists of a poster for the auction of Penn Central railroad memorabilia. The poster includes images of lanterns and a locomotive, both in black, on brown paper with text announcing dates for auction and preview.
Dates: 1972

Penn Central Transportation Company employee timetables

Identifier: 2667
Abstract: A complete set of employee timetables for each region and division of the Penn Central Railroad.
Dates: 1968-1986

Robert B. Watson collection of high speed train images

Identifier: 2013-224
Abstract: Robert Bruce Watson (1931-) was the Coordinator for the Northeast Corridor Project for the Penn Central Railroad. This collection contains photographs and postcards of the high-speed equipment used in the Northeast Corridor Demonstration Project, including exteriors, interiors and details of trucks and other parts. There are several photographs of speakers at a train dedication event in 1996.
Dates: 1970s; 1996; undated

Robert B. Watson professional papers

Identifier: 2577
Abstract: Professional career files of mechanical engineer Robert B. Watson (1931-) documenting his work on the development of high-speed trains in the years between 1966 and 1998, especially his involvement in the Northeast Corridor Demonstration Project and the development of the first generation "Metroliners."
Dates: 1926-2005; Majority of material found within 1964-1981

"The Lou Gordon Program" audio reel and letter

Identifier: 2013-219
Abstract: "The Lou Gordon Program" is a 90-minute radio show that interviews and discusses topics of public interest. This collection includes a letter to David C. Bevin from Lee C. Hanson and two audio reels of "The Lou Gordon Program."
Dates: 1974 May