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All orders must be accompanied by a printed, completed order form. Here's the Order Form for our Station Maps.  The ordering of back issues of our publications (Banner, Wabash Modeler, calendars) requires the use of the Publications Order Form.  For miscellaneous items such as the DVD, Oak Lawn print and system maps, please use the Misc. Products order form.  Please mail your order (check or money order only; made out to the WRHS) to the WRHS Store, 1224 Park Pl., Quincy, IL 62301-4220.  If you have any questions about our products or ordering, please contact the General Storekeeper by email.

Product Highlight:

"Wabash Memories" DVD

This 30-minute DVD is half-B&W, half-color home movies taken mostly on the Wabash Fourth District between Chicago and Montpelier, Ohio, with loading/unloading of LCL freight, MoW and wrecks. There is also footage of Landers Yard and the Blue Bird passenger train. This work was graciously donated by Victor Baird and Larry Lett to raise funds for the 2824/2834 caboose maintenance fund. All proceeds go towards that purpose.
Cost: $5, plus $1.50 S/H

Product Highlight:

Oak Lawn depot print

This painting, titled "Summer of '48, Oak Lawn, Illinois," was commissioned by Dick Kuelbs and painted by John Winfield of Fort Worth, Texas. The image is approximately 13 by 26 inches and is printed on 15-by-28-inch-paper. Mailed in a tube.                         
Cost: $34 (postpaid in U.S. and Canada)                 

                                                                                                                                (click to view low-res sample)

Station maps

More than 280 maps of Wabash stations are available for purchase. These are an ideal resource for model railroaders and Wabash researchers. Please see this list and order form for details or to purchase a station map.                                                                         
                                                                                                                                     47th St. Yard, Chicago
                                                                                                                                (click to view low-res sample)

Other items for sale

Item WRHS member cost Non-member cost Shipping
"Blue Bird" print 24"x18" (Forest Park, St. Louis) $12 $15 $3.50*
Wabash freight connections and interchange points map $1 $2 $3.50*
B&W 1902 system map (11"x17") $1 $2 $3.50*
B&W 1925 system map with stations IDs (11"x17") $1 $2 $3.50*
B&W 1949 system map (11"x17") $1 $2 $3.50*
B&W 1953 system map (11"x17") $1 $2 $3.50*
B&W 1958 freight manifest system map (11"x17") $1 $2 $3.50*
B&W 1963 system map (11"x17") $1 $2 $3.50*
1964 station numbers in numerical/alphabetical order (8.5"x11") $1 $2 $0.90
Data files
No. 1: ART shield, reefer lettering guide $2 $3 $1
No. 2: ART shield, reefer lettering guide $2 $3 $1
No. 3: GP35 style and painting guide $2 $3 $1
No. 4: ART ice service car lettering guide $2 $3 $1
No. 5: Railway Express Agency lettering guide $2 $3 $1
No. 6: Steam passenger engines (P1, J1-2) painting and stenciling guide $2 $3 $1
No. 7: Steam freight engines (C4, K3) painting and stenciling guide $2 $3 $1
No. 8: Fairbanks-Morse Train Master painting and stenciling guide $2 $3 $1
Wabash Railroad standard drawings
Plan No. 36 telephone box $0.50 $1 $0.50
Plan No. 1912 side clearance tell-tale $0.50 $1 $0.50
Plan No. 3012 overhead tell-tale $0.50 $1 $0.50
Plan No. 3836 mail crane $0.50 $1 $0.50
Plan No. 257 highway crossing signs $0.50 $1 $0.50
Plan No. 3517 standard signs $0.50 $1 $0.50
*May combine maps in one mailing tube to save on postage.

Certain back issues of The Banner, The Wabash Modeler and calendars are also available for sale. Go to the back issues publication index to view a list of available publications. We can combine shipping of like items in an order to save postage.