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The former Hopkins Transportation Library collection, acquired mostly prior to the 1940s for railroad items.Stanford was the only university west of the Mississippi River to have a railroad library in the 1800s.The library also collects manuscript materials and corporate records, photographs, maps and engineering drawings, including many original Lima Locomotive Works drawings.Some materials such as the employee timetables are accessible through the California State Railroad Museum library, 111 "I" Street, Sacramento, California 95814, where most of the R&LHS collection is on deposit. There is a one day delay to see desired materials as they are stored in a warehouse.Taber III's The Railroad Historical Research Reference Guide, published in 1993, and its addenda.
Green Library: The library has a large amount of foreign railroad material, particularly on England. Collections include Phil Middlebrook, who was in train service for the Santa Fe and carried a camera with him while on duty; "Pete" Groome, a large number of Colorado Midland photos; 616 negatives of various railroads that cannot be attributed to any photographer; and Ed Ripley (grandson of E. Ripley, president of the Santa Fe), red-boarderd Kodachrome stereo slides of chapter activities, UP and SP steam, and Santa Fe trains. Brayer, archivist for the Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad, as Colorado State Archivist in January 1944.The focus of the CSRM Library collection is the history of railroads and railroading in California and the adjacent states from the 1850s to the present.Collections also cover selected railroad topics throughout North America, including Canada, Mexico, and Central America.Some materials in the collection are housed off site.Please contact library staff in advance of your visit to be certain the collection you want to see will be available.