Milwaukee Road Resources
available from the Milwaukee Public Library
The Milwaukee Public Library owns a number
of Road-related resources in addition to the materials housed in the
Milwaukee Road Archives. The library's holdings include books, videos
and magazines, many of which can be checked out and/or viewed in the
library. A few of the many resources are listed below.
Story of the Hiawatha by Charles H. Bilty.
Milwaukee Road: Its First Hundred Years by August William Derleth.
Milwaukee Road East: America's Resourceful Railroad by Patrick
Milwaukee Road, 1847-1935: Brief Record of the Development of the Milwaukee
Road From the Chartering of its First Predecessor Company in1847 to
Date--July 1935 by F. H. Johnson.
Milwaukee Road Olympian: A Ride to Remember by Stanley W. Johnson.
Milwaukee Road in Idaho: A Guide to Sites and Locations by Stanley
Road's Steel Cabooses by Jeff Kehoe.
Road Color Guide to Freight and Passenger Equipment by Doug Nighswonger
and William F. Stauss.
Milwaukee Road: In Color by William A. Raia.
Milwaukee Road, 1928-1985: Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific by
Road In its Hometown: In and Around the City of Milwaukee by Jim
Story by Jim Scribbins.
Road In Milwaukee by Ed Spitzbarth.
Road Steam Power by John Tigges.
Road Depots: 1856 Through 1954 Photo Archive by Kim D. Tschudy.
Road 1850 Through 1960 Photo Archive: Photographs From the State Historical
Society of Wisconsin by the State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Brief History of the Milwaukee Road by Chicago, Milwaukee, and
St. Paul Railway Company.
Milwaukee Road "G" Class 4-6-0 Locomotives by Bill Wilkerson.
Milwaukee Road. Vol. 1, Electric Power On the Milwaukee Road: Alberton,
Avery, and the St. Paul Pass.
Milwaukee Road, Chicago to Tacoma.
the Old Milwaukee Road.
Milwaukee Road 261: Rebuilt to Run.
Magazines & Newsletters
of the Milwaukee Road Historical Association. Milwaukee Road Historical
Feb. 1984 - (previously The
Lines. Friends of the 261. Aug. 1993-