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Short Stories from Locomotive Engineers Journal, Volume 52

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Short Stories from Locomotive Engineers Journal, Volume 52 is a captivating collection of tales, each offering a unique glimpse into the life of a locomotive engineer. From heartwarming anecdotes of camaraderie among coworkers to thrilling accounts of daring rescues and near misses, these stories are sure to keep readers on the edge of their seats.

The variety of narratives gives readers a well-rounded view of the challenges and triumphs experienced by these unsung heroes of the railroad industry. The writing is engaging and descriptive, transporting readers to the scenes of these high-stakes adventures.

Overall, this book is a must-read for anyone interested in the world of locomotive engineering or simply looking for a collection of compelling short stories. Highly recommended for both fans of railroad history and those looking for an entertaining read.

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These short stories are taken from the Locomotive Engineers Journal, Volume 52 which covers the year, 1918. Don't expect any trains -- these are short works on many subjects, including romance, adventure, humor, etc. -- of 5 to 15 minutes in length, by minor pulp fiction writers of the day, including Agnes Brogan, Pauline Richards, Warren Miller, Clarissa Mackie, and Xeno Putnam. Putnam wrote a couple of non-fiction works on farm equipment; Mackie was a prolific writer whose work appeared in several magazines and newspapers. I have created an e-book version of this set for easier viewing and placed it on Archive's Community Texts here .

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