I have had for well over twenty years put away in the shop a collection of Golden West Books and Pacific Railway Journal calendars, and never before offered them. I have 25 fully illustrated, unused calendars broken into three logical lots. UNUSED, they are spiral bound (measuring about 11 inches by 8 1/2 inches), and each calendar has a full page railroad, train, steam engine, or trolley, or interurban photographic illustration suitable for framing. But, I would recommend you keep the calendars intact.
5 RAILROAD CALENDARS – GOLDEN WEST BOOKS – STEAM LOCOMOTIVES and NARROW GAUGE
In this lot of Golden West Books calendars are:
1966 – AMERICAN STEAM LOCOMOTIVES – this is the only smaller calendar measuring about 9 inches by 6 1/4 inches – the illustrations in this calendar are line drawings from early locomotive catalogues – LIMA – BALDWIN, and other
1972 – STEAM RAILROAD CALENDAR
1973 – STEAM RAILROAD CALENDAR
1975 – STEAM RAILROAD CALENDAR
1976 – NARROW GAUGE RAILROAD CALENDAR
and, sample calendar pages from the smaller 1966 and a larger normal size calendar
This lot of 5 calendars – $30
4 TRAIN and RAILROAD CALENDARS – PACIFIC RAILWAY JOURNAL and Two Others
In this lot of unused calendars are:
1963 – STEAM RAILROAD CALENDAR – PACIFIC RAILWAY JOURNAL – massive steam locomotives
1963 – ELECTRIC RAILWAY CALENDAR – PACIFIC RAILWAY JOURNAL – great trolley cars and interurbans
1981 – NINETEENTH CENTURY STEAM LOCOMOTIVES – promotional give-away from a stock brokers office. Full color illustrations suitable for framing, and with descriptions and historical information
1984 – TOY TRAIN CALENDAR by WARD KIMBALL, the noted photographer. Whimsical photographs. Laid in is some Greenberg Publishing Company information.
and some sample calendar and illustration pages from each
This lot of 4 calendars – $20
16 ELECTRIC RAILROAD CALENDARS – 1964 AND 1968 through 1982 – GOLDEN WEST BOOKS
AN AMAZING COLLECTION of 192 PHOTOGRAPHS
This is the largest lot of unused calendars that I have to offer, 1964 and a straight run from 1968 thru 1982 with black and white photos of trolleys and interurbans in both city and county scenery. A collection not to be missed. When (if) you can find individual calendars they will be priced from $10 to $30 each. I have illustrated the covers of all below in groups of four, and then a sample interior view.
This lot of 16 calendars – $125