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Lightweight Interurban Cars (Bulletin ERHS #1)1
Chicago City Railway Co., Book of Standard Cars (Bulletin ERHS #2)2
Chicago & West Towns Railway (Bulletin ERHS #3) by Robert W. Gibson3
Brill Magazine - May 1927 (Bulletin ERHS #4) by J.G. Brill Company4
Westinghouse Cars and Car Equipment (Bulletin ERHS #5)5
Northern Indiana Railways (Bulletin ERHS #6) by George K. Bradley6
Brill Magazine of August 1916 Reprint (Bulletin ERHS #7) by J.G. Brill Company7
The Hammond Whiting and East Chicago Railway (Bulletin ERHS #8) by James J. Buckley8
Car Plans of the Perley A. Thomas Car Company (Bulletin ERHS #9)9
Cable Railways of Chicago by G.W. Hilton10
Brill Magazine of July 1915 Reprint (Bulletin ERHS #11) by J.G. Brill Company11
A Granite State Interurban Bulletin #12 by O. R. Cummings12
Car plans of the Chicago Railways Company, 1911 (Bulletin ERHS #13)13
Cars of the McGuire-Cummings Mfg. Co., 1911 (Bulletin ERHS #14)14
The St. Joseph Valley Railway by J.A. Galloway16
Cars of the St. Louis Car Company, 1927 (Bulletin ERHS #18)18
Biddeford and Soco Railroad the by O. R. Cummings19
Brill Magazine of 1913 [Selection] Reprint (Bulletin ERHS #20) by J.G. Brill Co.20
Cars of the Rockford and Interurban Railway (Bulletin ERHS #21) by Philip Lincoln Keister21
The Rockford & Interurban Railway Bulletin #22 by P.L. Keister22
Blue Hill Street Railway by O. R. Cummings25
Brill Magazine of April 1924 Reprint (Bulletin ERHS #26) by J.G. Brill Company26
Electric Railway Journal, 1912 Convention Issue (Bulletin ERHS #27) by Electric Railway Journal27
Thomas Built Cars 1930 - Thomas Car Works Catalog (Bulletin ERHS #31)31
Railway Equipments and Locomotives in the Far West, 1915, Westinghouse (Bulletin ERHS #39) by Electric Railway Historical Society39
The Toledo, Port Clinton and Lakeside Railway by George Hilton42
Brill Magazine of October 1912 Reprint (Bulletin ERHS #43) by J.G. Brill Company43
Light-Weight Cars, JG Brill Co. (Bulletin ERHS #47)47

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