SUGAR TRAINS: NARROW GAUGE RAILS OF HAWAII.
Felton, CA: Glenwood Publishers, 1973. First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Item #38863
From the middle of the nineteenth century until 1940 the sugar industry in Hawaii owed its very life to the quaint little railroads that laced the islands, linking the fields with the ships that carried the sugar to market. 400 pages with maps, photographs and rosters. Offsetting to the front endpapers where newspaper clippings regarding Hawaiian Narrow Gauge are laid in, else fine in fine and bright dust jacket. A very handsome copy.
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