I have a few surplus old ones if you will advise me on a private message
as to just what division or region that you want and the date(s), I will
then check my inventory.
Another possibility is to watch for train shows in your area, sometimes you
can find someone with timetables at them.
I have dealt with and known Carl Loucks for many years and he is very
reliable and honest to deal with. He knows timetables very well.
Another possibility is to join the National Association of Timetable Collectors, Post Office Box 217, Bethpage, NY, 11714-0217. Your contact
at that address is Mr. George Fletcher.
A fair number of railroaders including T & E people, rules examiners,
various operating officials and others having an interest in timetables
belong to that fine organization. Francis Meaney, former rules examiner
from the PRR, PC and Amtrak now retired and deceased got me interested
in joining many years back. Dues are $20.00 a year and they put out a
pagazine around four times a year plus a newsletter on a much more
frequent basis. They also have a convention every year, the location
varies. The newsletter sometimes has listings of stuff that various
members want to sell or trade.
Actually, I prefer to trade rather than sell timetables.
Understand E-BAY is restricting the sale of some railroad stuff including
maps and timetables but I don't know the details.