WHEN RAILROADS WERE NEW
Carter, Charles Frederick

New York: Simmons-Boardman, 1926. Centenary Edition The author, and old railroad man, tells of the beginnings of railroading and the early history of the Erie, the Pennsylvania lines, the Baltimore and Ohio, The New York Central, the first Pacific railroad, the Santa Fe, the Rio Grande, and the Canadian Pacific. 324 pages with illustrations. About fine in about fine and bright dust jacket with mild fade to spine panel, one tiny chip and only a hint of edge wear. Hardcover (Item ID: 12725)

$45.00

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