The Library has a detailed listing of railroad names for each country which they have material on. The collection of railroad materials obtained from the Univ.
Library hours are Tuesday through Saturday from to p.m., except state holidays.
The Bancroft Library, which is the research library at Berkeley, has extensive railroad material, usually focused on California. Graves Pictorial Collection contains about 23,100 photographic prints arranged by Graves into 96 volumes.
Graves began collecting photographs about 1902, and continued to develop his collection until his death in 1971.
In the 1960s the contents of this library were disbursed thruout Stanford's various libraries. The Hoover Institute, which is not part of Green Library, has extensive Russian railroad material.
Green Library: The library has a large amount of foreign railroad material, particularly on England. Collections include Phil Middlebrook, who was in train service for the Santa Fe and carried a camera with him while on duty; "Pete" Groome, a large number of Colorado Midland photos; 616 negatives of various railroads that cannot be attributed to any photographer; and Ed Ripley (grandson of E. Ripley, president of the Santa Fe), red-boarderd Kodachrome stereo slides of chapter activities, UP and SP steam, and Santa Fe trains. Brayer, archivist for the Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad, as Colorado State Archivist in January 1944.