NORTHEAST TRACK CHARTS CD COLLECTIONNow available on ONE CD is the huge collection of northeastern railroad track chart profiles and track diagrams. This collection has been made possible by the generous donation of materials from fellow rail enthusiasts from all around the northeast.
The original " Volume One " disk of which dozens have already been distributed to many of you through outside sales has been remastered into " Volumes 1 & 2 " to contain nearly 320 megabytes of data. For those of you who aquired Volume One, you won't be disappointed with the new combined Volumes One & Two.
The material you are purchasing has been provided by generous FREE donations from friends such as yourselves. The only cost is the nominal donation of $10 to cover the cost of materials, e-Bay fees and labor. Remember... The material on the CD is free for you to use in any way you wish! This material would cost you THOUSANDS of dollars to aquire separately by hit or miss auctions!! In addition, those who order the Volume 1 & 2 disk will be kept on a mailing list for future FREE updates via the web.
's the detailed list of what's on the CD railroad by railroad:
Boston & Albany - 21 files
The entire mainline from Albany to Boston as a condensed profile that dates from around the mid 1900's. (We need the branch lines if you have them to share!)
Boston & Maine - 640 files(!!!)
Condensed profiles all lines broken down by division territories for nearly the entire railroad at its greatest extent, including B&M owned subsidiaries like M&WR, StJ&LC, and ST. Most of the profiles date from the mid 20's but t are numerous files that date from as early as the 1910 era and as late as the 1970's.
Numerous detailed track diagrams for many B&M yard and station areas, mostly in NH and VT.
Many pages of "Z" plans which show trackage in schematic form with locations of signals.
Central Vermont - 101 files
Condensed profiles for nearly the entire CV at its greatest extent in the 1920's including the West River Railroad
White River Junction yard and station area (including B&M's Westboro shop and both new and old yards) from 1930... Clarendon & Pittsford - 14 files
Detailed track diagrams of the entire original C&P railroad all copied from
actual land valuation sheets.
Conrail - 75 files
Detailed track diagrams divided by "Zones" that show customers and car spots in territory covered by Conrail in Western Massachusetts and Connecticut. These plans were developed during the 1969-1971 Penn Central era.
Delaware & Hudson (CP Rail) - 106 files
Condensed profiles for the entire "D&H" from 1993 as well as a few more historic profiles from a couple of the branch lines such as the Lake George Branch.
Also includes numerous detailed track and yard diagrams as well as freight service maps.
Maine Central - 43 files
Condensed profiles for the entire Mountain Subdivision, Calais Branch and part of the Beecher Falls Branch. (Looking for more!)
Rutland - 34 files
Condensed profiles for the entire Rutland mainline from Chatham, NY to Ogdensburg, NY as well as Bellows Falls to Rutland and the Addison Branch.
Detailed track diagrams for all station locations reduced from land valuation maps.
That's a total of 1034 files of hard to get information!!!! A total of 319 megabytes of data!!
To order your own copy of this amazing collection, Trackplans Volumes 1 & 2, please place your $10 bid above. I would use Buy-It-Now but e-Bay doesn't allow for mutiple items on a single Buy-It-Now auction and I want this to be available to a wide audience. REMEMBER! Everybody is entitled to FREE general updates to the railroads shown above and will be notified by e-mail of such in the future.
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