Classic Trains

Classic Trains

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by Kalmbach Publishing Co.
     
 

Current Issue: June 2016

The past is back in Classic Trains, the magazine devoted to the historic "golden years" of railroading. In Classic Trains, you'll take a trip back and rediscover the railroads, trains, and people who worked the rails from the 1920s to the '70s. You'll relive the days of powerful steam locomotives, vintage diesels, flashy streamliners and more.

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Overview

The past is back in Classic Trains, the magazine devoted to the historic "golden years" of railroading. In Classic Trains, you'll take a trip back and rediscover the railroads, trains, and people who worked the rails from the 1920s to the '70s. You'll relive the days of powerful steam locomotives, vintage diesels, flashy streamliners and more.

In each issue of Classic Trains you will:
- Relive the days when steam locomotives ruled the rails
- See the colorful diesels that revolutionized railroading
- Remember the beautiful streamliners, the railroaders' last bid of passengers
- Enjoy first-hand accounts from men who were there
- See great historical railroad photography

Product Details

Publisher:
Kalmbach Publishing Company, Books Division
# of issues/year:
4
Delivered:
Quarterly
Current Issue:
June 2016
Format:
NOOK Magazine
These items ship to U.S. addresses only.

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Classic Trains 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Lovely magazine, actually---I was just trying to find the reviews for reading, and suddenly found I'd just rated the magazine, and now can't figure out how to change it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Barnes & Noble is offering this in a format that is not compatible for Nook 1st Edition. I suppose they want me to buy newer hardware. I would be better off staying with print books and magazines rather than do that.