American Railroad Journal was a trade journal on US railroading, published in the 19th and 20th centuries.
American Railroad Journal began in 1832 as "Rail-Road Journal", shifting to American Railroad Journal by the end of the year. The title varied somewhat over time. In 1887, it merged with Van Nostrand's engineering magazine to become the Railroad and Engineering Journal. That publication in turn was renamed American Engineer and Railroad Journal in 1893. Eventually this periodical was absorbed into the magazine now known as Railway Age.
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