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Burlington Route Color Pictorial - Volume One: Color laminated hardcover, . x11", 128 pp. "Featuring CB&Q steam locomotives, motor cars, and first generation diesels, also included are in-depth locomotive rosters.
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Hardcover, 128 pages. Featuring the very last of CB&Q steam and first & second generation diesels. Map and locomotive rosters as well. Category: Burlington Route. Windy City to the Twin Cities.
Holck, Alfred . Burlington Route Color Pictorial, Volume 2 (La Mirada, CA: Four Ways West, 1998). Holck's two volumes contain a wealth of color photos documenting the CB&Q's steam and diesel eras. Holden, Hale, In the matter of consolidation of the railway properties of the United States into a limited number of systems: docket no. 12964: abstract of evidence relied upon by Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Company, Colorado & Southern Railway Company, and the Fort Worth & Denver City Railway Company (Chicago: The Railroad Companies, 1923?).