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Series: Bulletins of the CERA

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An Interurban Goes Modern and other Early C.E.R.A. Bulletins by Central Electric Railfans' Association
CERA's Early Bulletins: Bulletins 1-19, (1938-1940)not in English Common Knowledgebook 1 to 19
Modernization of Car 15 and other Early C.E.R.A. Bulletins, Bulletins 35 through 45 by Central Electric Railfans' Associationnot in English Common Knowledgebook 35 to 45
A history of double-deck electric railway cars built and operated from the very beginnings of electric traction to the present day in the United States of America by William H. Wattsnot in English Common Knowledgebook 57
Trolley Sparks : Bulletin 79 of Central Electric Railfans' Associationnot in English Common Knowledgebook 79
Trolley Sparks : Bulletin 80 - Record of Electric Railway Car Construction 1906 to 1947not in English Common Knowledgebook 80
Gary railways by James J. Buckleynot in English Common Knowledgebook 84
Trolley Sparks n°85 - Westinghouse Brakes for Traction Service by David G. Blainenot in English Common Knowledgebook 85
Electric Railroads in Whatcom County (Trolley Sparks) by Bruce Bissell Cheevernot in English Common Knowledgebook 86
C.E.R.A. Album of 1949 (Trolley Sparks) by Central Electric Railfans' Associationnot in English Common Knowledgebook 87
Philadelphia Suburban Transportation Company (Trolley sparks) by James J. Buckleynot in English Common Knowledgebook 88
West Penn Railways (Trolley sparks) by J. A Stitzelnot in English Common Knowledgebook 89
Trolley Sparks #90 - Stockholm Rapid Transit - Louisville & Interurban RRnot in English Common Knowledgebook 90
Indiana railroad system by George Kramblesnot in English Common Knowledgebook 91
Chicago & Interurban Traction Company by James J. Buckleynot in English Common Knowledgebook 93
Automatic Air Brakes for Electric Railways (Trolley sparks) by David G. Blainenot in English Common Knowledgebook 94
The Electric Railroads of Washington State (Trolley Sparks, Bulletin 95) by George Kramblesnot in English Common Knowledgebook 95
The Electric Railways of Ohio by Central Electric Railfans' Associationnot in English Common Knowledgebook 96
Electric Railways of Wisconsin by Central Electric Railfans' Associationnot in English Common Knowledgebook 97
Trolley Sparks: Electric Railways of Wisconsin Bulletin #97not in English Common Knowledgebook 97
Illinois Traction System : an album by W.C. Janssennot in English Common Knowledgebook 98
The Smaller Electric Railways of Illinois by Joseph M. Canfieldnot in English Common Knowledgebook 99
Electric Railways of Iowa by Frank J. Miseknot in English Common Knowledgebook 100
Electric Railways Of Indiana, Part I by Frank J. Miseknot in English Common Knowledgebook 101
Electric Railways of Indiana, Part II by F.J. Miseknot in English Common Knowledgebook 102
Electric Railways Of Michigan (CERA Bulletin 103) by Central Electric Railfans' Associationnot in English Common Knowledgebook 103
Electric Railways Of Indiana, Part III (Bulletin 104) by Joseph M. Canfieldnot in English Common Knowledgebook 104
The Great Third Rail by George Kramblesnot in English Common Knowledgebook 105
The Great Third Rail (Bulletin 105) by Central Electric Railfans' Associationnot in English Common Knowledgebook 105
Interurban to Milwaukee (Bulletin 106 Central Electric Railfans' Association) by Roy G. Benedictnot in English Common Knowledgebook 106
Route of the electroliners by Central Electric Railfans' Associationnot in English Common Knowledgebook 107
Electric Railways of Northeastern Ohio by Joseph M. Canfieldnot in English Common Knowledgebook 108
The NOT&L story by James M. Blowernot in English Common Knowledgebook 109
West Penn Traction by Joseph M. Canfield110
Badger Traction by Joseph M. Canfieldnot in English Common Knowledgebook 111
TM, the Milwaukee Electric Railway & Light Company by Joseph M. Canfieldnot in English Common Knowledgebook 112
Chicago's rapid transit by Central Electric Railfans' Associationnot in English Common Knowledgebook 113
Chicago's rapid transitnot in English Common Knowledgebook 113
Iowa Trolleys by Robert J. Levisnot in English Common Knowledgebook 114
Chicago's Rapid Transit Volume II: Rolling Stock 1947-1976 (CERA B-115) by Central Electric Railfans' Associationnot in English Common Knowledgebook 115
Electrification by GE by Authornot in English Common Knowledgebook 116
Detroit's Street Railways, Volume 1: City Lines, 1863-1922 by Jack E. Schramm117
Westinghouse Electric railway transportation by Westinghouse Electric Corporation118
Remember When - Trolley Wires Spanned the Country (Bulletin 119 of the Central Electric Railfans' Association) by Norman Carlson119
Detroit's Street Railways, Volume 2: City Lines, 1922-1956. by Jack E. Schramm120
Texas Electric Railway by Johnnie J. Myersnot in English Common Knowledgebook 121
Fort Wayne and Wabash Valley trolleys by George K. Bradleynot in English Common Knowledgebook 122
Detroit's Street Railways, Volume 3: When Eastern Michigan Rode the Rails by Jack E. Schramm123
Chicago South Shore and South Bend Railroad: How the Medal Was Won (Bulletin / Central Electric Railfans' Association) by Norman Carlsonnot in English Common Knowledgebook 124
The Colorful Streetcars We Rode (Bulletin 125) by Norman Carlson125
A Rainbow of traction. by George Krambles126
From bullets to BART : issued in commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of Central Electric Railfans' Association, 1938-1988 by William D. Middleton127
Indiana Railroad: The Magic Interurban (Bulletin 128 of the Central Electric Railfans' Association) by George K. Bradley128
Not only passengers : how the electric railways carried freight, express, and baggage by Roy G. Benedict129
Every hour-on the hour : a chronicle of the Washington Baltimore & Annapolis Electric Railroad by John E. Merrikennot in English Common Knowledgebook 130
The "L" (The Development of Chicago's Rapid Transit System, 1882-1932) by Bruce G. Moffatnot in English Common Knowledgebook 131
Northern Indiana Railway by George K. Bradleynot in English Common Knowledgebook 132
Houston North Shore Railway by Charles C Robinson133
The Green Line: The Cincinnati, Newport & Covington railway by Terry W Lehmannnot in English Common Knowledgebook 134
The Chicago Tunnel Story: Exploring the Railroad "Forty Feet Below" by Bruce Moffat135
The Last Interurbans by William D. Middleton136
Faster Than the Limiteds: The Story of the Chicago-New York Electric Air Line Railroad and Its Transformation Into Gary Railways by Thomas R. Bullard137
The Chicago & West Towns Railways by James J. Buckleynot in English Common Knowledgebook 138
THE SHORE LINE ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY. Bulletin 139 of the Central Electric Railfans' Association. by O. R. Cummingsnot in English Common Knowledgebook 139
Pig & Whistle: The Story of the Philadelphia & Western Railway by Ronald DeGrawnot in English Common Knowledgebook 140
Before the North Shore Line The Early Years 1894 - 1916 by Edward W. Tobinnot in English Common Knowledgebook 141
Keystone State Traction by Robert G. Lewisnot in English Common Knowledgebook 142
Travelectric: The Story of the Rochester, Syracuse and Eastern Railroad and Associated Lines [Bulletin 143 of the Central Electric Railfans' Association] by James R. McFarlanebook 143
Transit in the triangle : a century look at Pittsburgh public transit by Blaine S. Haysbook 145

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