The Streamliner Vol. 27 No. 4, Fall 2013, is now available for purchase on the UPHS Company Store. It can be purchased here.
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Updated December 2, 2013 reb
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An article featured in The Union Pacific Historical Society’s magazine, The Streamliner, has won a prestigious award from The Railway & Locomotive Historical Society. The R&LHS has announced that author Rob Leachman is the recipient of the David P. Morgan Article Award for 2013. This was awarded for part one of Rob’s article in The Streamliner entitled “Fresh From the West: Union Pacific’s Efforts to Promote Pacific Fruit Express Traffic in the 1970s,”
This two-part article was published in Vol. 26 No. 2 and Vol. 26 No.3 of The Streamliner in 2012. Please go to the R&LHS webiste at http://www.rlhs.org/Awards/article.shtml for more information.
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Posted on December 1, 2013 reb
On November 13th the Fall 2013 edition of The Streamliner Second Section was e-mailed out to all members who indicated, when they joined the UPHS, that they wanted to receive e-mail messages from the Society.
If you did not receive the Second Section via e-mail and are interested in receiving it and future information, alerts and notices from the UPHS please send your e-mail address to email@example.com.
The Fall 2013 Edition of The Streamliner Second Section is now available for viewing on the UPHS website here.
Posted on November 16, 2013 reb
James Beverley of Scotia, NY James Collins of Salisbury, UK
Elias Haro of Roseville, CA Marvin Karns of Clarkston, WA
Mark Kaempfer of Sloughton, WI Hilda McDonald of Rockland, MA
Charles Kenyon of Torrington, WY Dion Koch of Banks, Australia
Charlie Rambo of Indian Harbor Beach, FL Carl St. Clair of Chicago, IL
George Prebandier of Cormondreche, Switzerland Douglas Wuest of Pierre, SD
Dan Brown & Brian Gardner of North Platte, NE
Brad Slaney of Las Vegas, NV Doug Anderson of Springfield, MO
T. J. Thomson of Pocatello, ID John Costa of San Diego, CA
Larry Ostresh of Laramie, WY
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