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Altoona & Logan Valley by Benson W. Rohrbeck1
Wilkes-Barre Railways Co. by Benson W. Rohrbeck6
Johnstown Traction Co., 1882-1960 (Penna. traction series) by Benson W. Rohrbeck7
Cambria's Trolleys by Benson W. Rohrbeck8
Garden Spot trolleys : an illustrated history of the electric street railway in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania by Luther P. Cummings9
York County Trolleys by B.W. Rohrbeck10
Reading Transit Trolleys (Pennsylvania traction series) by Robert E Sauer15
Hershey Transit by B.W. Rohrbeck16
Northern Electric Railway: Scranton, Montrose & Binghamton RR Co (Pennsylvania traction series) by Thomas F. Flanagan18
Lewistown & Reedsville Electric Railway Co: The life and times of a country trolley line (Pennsylvania traction series) by Gordon P Frederick20
Beaver County Trolleys by B.W. Rohrbeck22
Northumberland County Trolleys by B.W. Rohrbeck23
Lehigh Traction Company, Hazleton, Pa (Pennsylvania traction series) by Thomas F. Flanagan24
Warren County Trolleys by B.W. Rohrbeck27
Trolleys to the Delaware Water Gap by Benson W. Rohrbeck28
Conneaut and Erie Traction Co (Pennsylvania traction series) by B.W. Rohrbeck29
Trolleys of Johnstown, Cambria & Somerset Counties (Pennsylvania Traction series) by B.W. Rohrbeck30
Western New York & Pennsylvania Traction by B.W. Rohrbeck31
North American Street Railways at Mid-Century by A.H. Berner32
West Chester Street Railway Co. by Benson W. Rohrbeck33
Shamokin & Edgewood Elec. Rwy. Company (Pennsylvania traction series) by Gene D. Gordon34
Hazleton's Trolleys by B.W. Rohrbeck35
Shamokin & Mount Carmel Transit Co by Gene D. Gordon36
Pennsylvania's Oil Region Trolleys by Benson W. Rohrbeck37
Trolleys of Southcentral Pennsylvania (Pennsylvania traction series) by Benson W. Rohrbeck38
Little Railways of the Lykens Valley by Gene D. Gordon39
Erie's trolleys (Pennsylvania traction series) by Benson W. Rohrbeck40
Pennsylvania's street railways by Benson W. Rohrbeck41
Scranton's trolleys by Benson W. Rohrbeck44
Trolleys of the Lebanon Valley, Pennsylvania by B. H. Rohrbeck45
Pennsylvania Trolley Photo Album Volume III The Red Arrow Lines by B.W. Rohrbeck47
Pennsylvania Trolley Photo Album Volume II The Pittsburgh Railways Company by Benson W. Rohrbeck48
The Schuylkill Valley Traction Company by B.W. Rohrbeck51
Pennsylvania Street Railway Atlas by Benson W. Rohrbeck52
Wilmington & Philadelphia Traction Co. by Benson W. Rohrbeck53

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