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INTERURBANS OF UTAH
Swett, Ira L., editor
Cerritos, CA: Interurbans, 1974.

Interurbans Special #55. Revised and enlarged from Special #15. 140 pages with historic black and white photographs, maps, car diagrams, and rosters. A fine and bright copy.


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SACRAMENTO NORTHERN; INTERURBANS SPECIAL 26
Swett, Ira L., editor
Los Angeles, CA: Interurbans Electric Railway Publications, 1962.

Volume 20, Number 2. 204 pages with historic photographs, schedules and maps. Small name stamp on the front cover and first page. Bump at heel of spine and some corner creases. A very good copy.


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CHILI LINE, THE NARROW RAILTRAIL TO SANTA FE: THE STORY OF THE NARROW GAUGE DENVER AND RIO GRANDE WESTERN'S SANTA FE BRANCH, 1880-1941
Gjevre, John A.
Espanola, NM: Las Trampas Press, 1984.

Expanded from the first and second editions. 100 pages with photographs, locomotive and car diagrams, and maps. Small circular embossed blind stamp on the front endpaper. Tiny toned rectangle on the front cover from removal of a label. A fine copy.


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WIRED FOR SUCESS; THE BUTTE, ANACONDA & PACIFIC RAILWAY, 1892-1985
Mutschler, Charles V.
Pullman, WA: Washington State University Press, 2002.

An ilustrated history of technology, people, and commerce depicting the Butte, Anaconda & Pacific Railway's hauling of vast amounts of copper ore freom Butte Hill, Montana, westward to smelters in Anaconda, a distance of 26 miles. 135 pages with photographs, maps, rosters, bibliography, and index. A fine and bright copy.


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CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO DIESEL REVIEW
CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO DIESEL REVIEW
Shaver, Carl W., editor
Alderson, WV: Chesapeake & Ohio Historical Society, 1982.

The majority of the book is an all time diesel locomotive roster up to the year of publication. 228 pages with photographs and rosters. Covers moderately rubbed. An about fine, sound copy.


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ELECTRIC RAILROADS OF INDIANA
ELECTRIC RAILROADS OF INDIANA
Marlette, Jerry
Indianapolis IN: Council for Local History, 1959.

158 pages with photographs, car diagrams and time tables. Folded map in rear pocket. Mild rubbing to rear cover. A fine copy.


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LOS ANGELES RAILWAY'S PRE-HUNTINGTON CARS 1890-1902
LOS ANGELES RAILWAY'S PRE-HUNTINGTON CARS 1890-1902
Swett, Ira L.
Los Angeles, CA: Interurbans, 1962.

Interurbans Special 33, Volume 20, Number 4, Winter, 1962. 72 pages with rare photographs, and rosters. A fine copy with a hint of rubbing to covers.


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ARKANSAS VALLEY INTERURBAN
ARKANSAS VALLEY INTERURBAN
Isely, M.D. (Doc)
Glendale, CA: Interurbans, 1977.

Revised from the 1956 original edition. Interurbans Special 19. 67 pages with rare photographs, maps and descriptive roster. A fine and bright copy.


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UNION PACIFIC 1977-1980
UNION PACIFIC 1977-1980
Cockle, George R.
Muncie, IN: Overland Models, 1980.

Union Pacific rosters by engine manufacturer and model. 208 pages with photographs, diagrams and rosters. A fine and bright copy.


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UNION PACIFIC MOTIVE POWER REVIEW 1968-1977
UNION PACIFIC MOTIVE POWER REVIEW 1968-1977
Wagner, F. Hol, Jr.
Denver, CO: Motive Power Services, 1978.

A photographic review of Union Pacific's diesel locomotives plus rosters by engine manufacturer and model. 120 pages. A fine and bright copy.


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EARLY ELECTRIC CARS OF PHILADELPHIA 1885-1911
EARLY ELECTRIC CARS OF PHILADELPHIA 1885-1911
Cox, Harold E.
Forty Fort, PA: Harold E. Cox, 1969.

The second book in a series of volumes which traces all the rolling stock ever owned/or operated by the Philadelphia Rapid Transit Company, its predecessors and successors. 136 pages with historic photographs, car diagrams, and extensive rosters. A fine and bright copy.


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UNION PACIFIC MOTIVE POWER REVIEW 1968-1977
UNION PACIFIC MOTIVE POWER REVIEW 1968-1977
Wagner, F. Hol, Jr.
Denver, CO: Motive Power Services, 1978.

A photographic review of Union Pacific's diesel locomotives plus rosters by engine manufacturer and model. 120 pages. Previous owner's small stamp on first page. A fine and bright copy.


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POST MORTEM: NEW TALES OF GHOSTLY HORROR
POST MORTEM: NEW TALES OF GHOSTLY HORROR
Olson, Paul F., and David B. Silva, editors
New York: St. Martin's Press, 1989.

Special full-page Post Mortem bookplate signed by Olson and Silva laid in. Collects 18 stories by Gary Brandner, Thomas Tessier, Ramsey Campbell, Robert McCammon, Dean Koontz and others. Small corner crease to the front flap, else fine in fine and bright dust jacket.


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WEST BRANCH TROLLEYS: STREET RAILWAYS OF LYCOMING & CLINTON COUNTIES
WEST BRANCH TROLLEYS: STREET RAILWAYS OF LYCOMING & CLINTON COUNTIES
Schieck, Paul J., and Harold E. Cox
Forty Fort, PA: Harold E. Cox, 1978.

The fifth book in a series dealing with street railway lines of Pennsylvania on a county by county basis. 96 pages with historic photographs, maps, and rosters, plus foldout map. A fine and bright copy.


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GALVESTON-HOUSTON ELECTRIC RAILWAY: INTERURBANS SPECIAL NO. 22
GALVESTON-HOUSTON ELECTRIC RAILWAY: INTERURBANS SPECIAL NO. 22
Woods, Herb
Glendale, CA: Interurbans, 1976.

Interurbans Special No. 22. Volume 16, Number 4, Autumn, 1976. 84 pages with photographs, maps, roster, car diagram, and large foldout timetable. A fine and bright copy.


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WESTCHESTER COUNTY'S MILLION-DOLLAR-A-MILE RAILROAD
WESTCHESTER COUNTY'S MILLION-DOLLAR-A-MILE RAILROAD
Bang, Robert A. (Daniel R. Gallo, editor)
Privately published/Robert A. Bang, [no place, no publishing date],

New York, Westchester & Boston Railway Company, 1912 - 1937, "A story of a railway with the most glorious and positive outlook. Built with nothing less than the best materials and most of its stations built practically in the middle of nowhere with hipes of bringing civilization to these parts." 62 pages of historic photographs. A fine and bright copy.


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SOUTHERN PACIFIC LINES: PACIFIC LINES STATIONS VOLUME 1, COAST DIVISION, LOS ANGELES DIVISION, PORTLAND DIVISION
Signor, John R.
Pasadena, CA: Southern Pacific Historical & Technical Society, 1997.

Examines the myriad of SP station building designs either erected by SP, or acquired through purchase, which came to be located in the terretories set apart by the Coast, Los Angles and Portland Divisions, as they existed in the 1950's. 82 pages of station photographs. A fine and bright copy.


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SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY (PACIFIC SYSTEM) RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT. REVISED EDITION AUGUST 1ST, 1907
Southern Pacific Company, 1907.

12mo. 147 pages with illustrated examples and index. Bound in original brown leather with lettering stamped in gilt. Wear along the extremities. Pinkish marker strikes on page 42. A very good copy.


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THE STORY OF THE CANADAIGUA STREET RAILWAY COMPANY, THE CANADAIGUA ELECTRIC LIGHT COMPANY, ONTARIO LIGHT AND TRACTION COMPANY, AND THE ROCHESTER AND EASTERN RAPID RAILWAY
Gordon, William R.
Rochester, NY: William R. Gordon, 1953.

The Route of The Orange Limited; Rochester-Pittsford-Victor-Canadaigua-Seneca Castle-Geneva. 107 with photographs and roster. A bright near fine copy.


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TROLLEY TALK: VOLUME VIII, ISSUES NO. 141 TO NO. 160, OCTOBER, 1980 - AUGUST, 1986
Wagner, Birdella, editor
Wyoming, OH: Trolley Talk/Wagner Car Company, 1986.

Unpaginated. Text, photographs, car diagrams and index. Small name stamp on the title page. A fine and bright copy.


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TROLLEY TALK: VOLUME VII, ISSUES NO. 121 TO NO. 140, JUNE, 1977 - AUGUST, 1980
Wagner, Birdella, editor
Wyoming, OH: Trolley Talk/Wagner Car Company, 1985.

Unpaginated. Text, photographs, car diagrams and index. Small name stamp on the title page. A fine and bright copy.


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TROLLEY TALK: VOLUME VI, ISSUES NO. 101 TO NO. 120, FEBRUARY, 1975 - APRIL, 1977
Wagner, Birdella, editor
Wyoming, OH: Trolley Talk/Wagner Car Company, 1980.

Unpaginated. Text, photographs, car diagrams and index. Small name stamp on the title page. A fine and bright copy.


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TROLLEY TALK: VOLUME VI, ISSUES NO. 101 TO NO. 120, FEBRUARY, 1975 - APRIL, 1977
Wagner, Birdella, editor
Wyoming, OH: Trolley Talk/Wagner Car Company, 1980.

Unpaginated. Text, photographs, car diagrams and index. Small name stamp on the title page. A fine and bright copy.


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TROLLEY TALK: VOLUME V, ISSUES NO. 81 TO NO. 100, OCTOBER, 1970 - DECEMBER, 1973
Wagner, Birdella, editor
Wyoming, OH: Trolley Talk/Wagner Car Company, 1978.

170 pages of text, photographs, car diagrams and index. Small name stamp on the title page. A fine and bright copy.


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TROLLEY TALK: VOLUME IV, ISSUES NO. 61 TO NO. 80, DECEMBER, 1966 - AUGUST, 1970
Wagner, Birdella, editor
Wyoming, OH: Trolley Talk/Wagner Car Company, 1972.

Unpaginated. Includes text, photographs, diagrams and index. Small name stamp on the title page. A fine and bright copy.


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TROLLEY TALK: VOLUME III, ISSUES NO. 41 TO 60, DECEMBER 1962 - SEPTEMBER, 1966
Wagner, Birdella, editor
Cincinnati, OH: Trolley Talk/Wagner Car Company, 1969.

Unpaginated. Includes text, photographs, diagrams and index. A fine and bright copy.


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TROLLEY TALK: VOLUME TWO, ISSUES NO. 21 TO NO. 40, 1959 - 1962
Wagner, Birdella, editor
Cincinnati, OH: Wagner Car Company, 1966.

Unpaginated. Includes text, photographs, diagrams and index. Small name stamp on the title page. A fine and bright copy.


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TROLLEY TALK: VOLUME ONE, ISSUES NO. 1 TO NO. 20, 1954 - 1958
Wagner, Birdella, editor
Cincinnati, OH: Wagner Car Company, 1967.

98 pages of text, photographs, diagrams and index. Publisher's brown cloth spine over stiff paper pictorial covers. Small name stamp on title page, else a fine and bright copy.


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WASHINGTON AND OLD DOMINION RAILROAD
Williams, Ames W.
Springfield, VA: Capital Traction Quarterly, 1970.

161 pages with numerous photographs, foldout maps, foldout schedules, roster of equipment, bridges and structures. Small name stamp on the half-title page. A fine and bright copy.


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HISTORIC SOUTHERN PACIFIC CARS
Wayner, Robert J., editor
New York: Wayner Publications [no printing date present],

47 pages of SP car photographs. Small name stamp on the inside front cover. A fine copy.


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SANTA FE'S DIESEL FLEET
McMillan, Joe
Burlingame, CA: Chatham Publishing, 1975.

Covers the entire span of Santa Fe's internal combustion locomotives from the system's very first to the newest 1975 power. 144 pages of text, photographs, rosters, and statistics. Small owner's stamp. A fine copy with small corner crease and light opening crease along spine.


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THE MAINE TWO-FOOTERS; THE STORY OF THE TWO-FOOT GAUGE RAILROADS OF MAINE
THE MAINE TWO-FOOTERS; THE STORY OF THE TWO-FOOT GAUGE RAILROADS OF MAINE
Moody, Linwood W.
Berkeley, CA: Howell-North Books, 1959.

An accurate account of the life span of the 2-footers. 213 pages with photographs, maps and rosters. Map endpapers. Two folded maps laid into pocket in rear. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket.


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ACE CORSON, RAILROADER 1879-1960
ACE CORSON, RAILROADER 1879-1960
Desmond, J. Patrick
New York: Frederick Fell, 1964.

Ace Corson's 60 year career spanned the golden age of railroading. He tangled with runaway freights and gunslinging passengers. A fine copy in near fine dust jacket with fade to the spine panel.


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THEN CAME THE RAILROADS: THE CENTURY FROM STEAM TO DIESEL IN THE SOUTHWEST
THEN CAME THE RAILROADS: THE CENTURY FROM STEAM TO DIESEL IN THE SOUTHWEST
Clark, Ira G.
Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1958.

The railroads furnished the ways and means for a hardy and courageous people to build and develp a vast new segment of a growing America. Adams: Six Guns, #428. 336 pages with photographs, maps, bibliography and index. Small brown burn spot [cigarette???] to the leading edge of the text block. Near fine in very good dust jacket with corresponding burn spot on the rear flap.


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FROM TRAIL TO RAILWAY THROUGH THE APPALACHIANS
FROM TRAIL TO RAILWAY THROUGH THE APPALACHIANS
Brigham, Albert Perry
Boston: Ginn & Company, 1907.

Geography, history and the development of transportation through the Appalachians. 188 pages with photographs and index. Bound in original olive/gray cloth with lettering, border and illustration in dark green. A very good copy.


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REPORT ON THE IMPROVEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES OF SAN FRANCISCO SUBMITTED TO THE MAYOR AND THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO, MARCH 1913
REPORT ON THE IMPROVEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES OF SAN FRANCISCO SUBMITTED TO THE MAYOR AND THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO, MARCH 1913
Arnold, Bion J.
San Francisco: City of San Francisco, 1913.

The final report by Bion J. Arnold on conclusions and recommendations upon the transportation problem of San Francisco. Recommends a special type of streetcar for hill service, electrification of existing steam lines for suburban transportation, standardizing rolling stock, plan for the building of 70 miles of extensions, enforce revised trainmen's rules, construct tunnels, etc. 475 pages with photographs, maps, diagrams, charts and extensive index, plus foldout tables and 22 foldout plates. Bound in original green cloth with lettering and border in gilt. Hinges sound. Owner's signature. A very good copy.


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REPORT ON THE IMPROVEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES OF SAN FRANCISCO SUBMITTED TO THE MAYOR AND THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO, MARCH 1913
REPORT ON THE IMPROVEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES OF SAN FRANCISCO SUBMITTED TO THE MAYOR AND THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO, MARCH 1913
Arnold, Bion J.
San Francisco: City of San Francisco, 1913.

The final report by Bion J. Arnold on conclusions and recommendations upon the transportation problem of San Francisco. Recommends a special type of streetcar for hill service, electrification of existing steam lines for suburban transportation, standardizing rolling stock, plan for the building of 70 miles of extensions, enforce revised trainmen's rules, construct tunnels, etc. 475 pages with photographs, maps, diagrams, charts and extensive index, plus foldout tables and 22 foldout plates. Bound in original green cloth with lettering and border in gilt. Hinges sound. Owner's signature. A very good copy.


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THE STORY OF THE BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD, 1827 - 1927
THE STORY OF THE BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD, 1827 - 1927
Hungerford, Edward
New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1928.

Two volume set. Being the history of the R.R. and the men who built and managed it, probably commissioned by the B&O for its centennial. Illustrated with maps, prints and photographs. 737 pages with illustrations, photographs and index. Both bound in original dark blue cloth lettered in gilt. Volume I is fine. Volume II very good plus with an are of dullness to the sheen of the cloth on the rear cover. Both are in very good dust jackets with several edge tears. An attractive set.


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OIL LAMPS AND IRON PONIES: A CHRONICLE OF THE NARROW GAUGES
OIL LAMPS AND IRON PONIES: A CHRONICLE OF THE NARROW GAUGES
Shaw, Frederic, Clement Fisher, and George H. Harlan
San Francisco, CA: Bay Books Limited, 1949.

Regular edition. The history of eight Pacific Coast narrow gauge railroads with maps, locomotive drawings, rosters and photographs. 187 pages. Supplemental errata sheet laid in. A near fine in good dust jacket with faded spine panel and several tape mends.


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THE CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILROAD CO., ITS RELATIONS TO THE GOVERNMENT. IT HAS PERFORMED EVERY OBLIGATION. ORAL ARGUMENT OF CREED HAYMOND, ITS GENERAL SOLICITOR.
THE CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILROAD CO., ITS RELATIONS TO THE GOVERNMENT. IT HAS PERFORMED EVERY OBLIGATION. ORAL ARGUMENT OF CREED HAYMOND, ITS GENERAL SOLICITOR.
Haymond, Creed
San Francisco, CA: H.S. Crocker & Co., 1888.

The long title continues, "Made Before The Select Committee Of The U.S. Senate, Consisting of Senator Frye, Chairman, And Senators Dawes, Hiscock, Davis, Morgan, Butler and Hearst, March 17th And 26th And April 7th, 1888." Howes, H-346. "Defends this carrier from attacks by Crocker, Huntington and Stanford. Practically a history of the overland railroad project." The original edition published in a small quantity in Washington, DC, was soon exhausted. This edition is a reprint, with minor corrections, of the argument as it first appeared. Bound in original brown cloth with lettering in gilt. Covers show damping and mottling. Text not affected. A good copy.


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THE MODEL RAILROADER CYCLOPEDIA, 1944: FIFTH EDITION, RAILROAD EQUIPMENT PROTOTYPE PLANS
THE MODEL RAILROADER CYCLOPEDIA, 1944: FIFTH EDITION, RAILROAD EQUIPMENT PROTOTYPE PLANS
Kalmbach, A.C., editor
Wauwatosa, WI: Kalmbach Publishing Co./Modelmaker Corp., 1943.

Revised and expanded from previous editions to reflect the latest in railroad equipment. Though this book was issued solely to give plans and information about real railroad equipment for use as prototype in building models, the quality of the photographs of prototypes and of the diagrams is such that they are of value to those with an interest in railroad technology and operation. 184 pages plus 27 foldout plates. Bound in original dark green cloth. Owner's name on the front endpaper. Toning to the endpapers. A very good copy.


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RAILROADS AND THE ROCKIES; A RECORD OF LINES IN AND NEAR COLORADO
RAILROADS AND THE ROCKIES; A RECORD OF LINES IN AND NEAR COLORADO
Ormes, Robert M.
Denver, CO: Sage Books, 1963.

An index of literally hundreds of railroads, not only those which existed in fact, but also those which remained nothing more than a piece of corporate paper. 406 pages of text, maps and photographs. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket with two tiny edge tears.


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FOUNDING OF THE CINCINNATI SOUTHERN RAILWAY, WITH AN AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH
FOUNDING OF THE CINCINNATI SOUTHERN RAILWAY, WITH AN AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH
Ferguson, E.A.
Cincinnati, OH: Robert Clarke Co., 1905.

This history begins with the drafting of the Ferguson Bill and ends with a short account of the grand banquet given by the citizens of Cincinnati on March 18, 1880, upon the opening of the Cincinnati Southern Railway for traffic between its termini, the city of Cincinnati, and the city of Chattanooga, Tennessee, a distance of 336 miles. Bound in original maroon cloth with lettering in gilt. Lower corners bumped. Spine faded. A very good copy.


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FOUNDING OF THE CINCINNATI SOUTHERN RAILWAY, WITH AN AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH
FOUNDING OF THE CINCINNATI SOUTHERN RAILWAY, WITH AN AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH
Ferguson, E.A.
Cincinnati, OH: Robert Clarke Co., 1905.

This history begins with the drafting of the Ferguson Bill and ends with a short account of the grand banquet given by the citizens of Cincinnati on March 18, 1880, upon the opening of the Cincinnati Southern Railway for traffic between its termini, the city of Cincinnati, and the city of Chattanooga, Tennessee, a distance of 336 miles. Bound in original maroon cloth with lettering in gilt. Presentation stamp on front endpaper. Two pages with very short tears. A very good copy.


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FROM THE HILLS TO THE HUDSON: A HISTORY OF THE PATERSON AND HUDSON RIVER RAIL ROAD AND ITS ASSOCIATES, THE PATERSON AND RAMAPO, AND THE UNION RAILROADS
FROM THE HILLS TO THE HUDSON: A HISTORY OF THE PATERSON AND HUDSON RIVER RAIL ROAD AND ITS ASSOCIATES, THE PATERSON AND RAMAPO, AND THE UNION RAILROADS
Lucas, Walter Arndt
Railroadians of America, 1944.

The Paterson and Hudson River Rail Road Company and the section of track running from the Hackensack River to Twenty-first avenue, Paterson, is the right of way of one of the oldest railroads in the United States. Construction commenced on July 4, 1831 and a portion of the road to Acquackanonk was opened to traffic in June 1832. 319 pages with photographs, illustrations and foldout map. Bound in original black pebbled cloth with lettering in gilt. Railroadians of America stamps on the front endpaper and title page. A fine copy.


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WESTWARD THE COURSE OF EMPIRE
WESTWARD THE COURSE OF EMPIRE
Schuyler, Montgomery
New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1906.

Out west and back east on the first trip of the Los Angeles Limited. Reprinted with additions from articles in the New York Times. 198 pages with photographs plus four pages of ads. Bound in original red cloth with lettering stamped in black and label with photograph of steam locomotive affixed to front cover. Top edge in gilt. A very good plus copy, sans dust jacket.


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WESTWARD THE COURSE OF EMPIRE
WESTWARD THE COURSE OF EMPIRE
Schuyler, Montgomery
New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1906.

Out west and back east on the first trip of the Los Angeles Limited. Reprinted with additions from articles in the New York Times. 198 pages with photographs plus four pages of ads. Bound in original red cloth with lettering stamped in black and label with photograph of steam locomotive affixed to front cover. Top edge in gilt. A near fine copy, sans dust jacket.


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WESTWARD THE COURSE OF EMPIRE
WESTWARD THE COURSE OF EMPIRE
Schuyler, Montgomery
New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1906.

Out west and back east on the first trip of the Los Angeles Limited. Reprinted with additions from articles in the New York Times. 198 pages with photographs plus four pages of ads. Bookplate of H.S. Pickering. Bound in original red cloth with lettering stamped in black and label with photograph of steam locomotive affixed to front cover. Top edge in gilt. A very good copy, sans dust jacket.


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RAILWAY IN THE VALLEY
RAILWAY IN THE VALLEY
Rather, Lois Foster Rodecape
Oakland, CA: Rather Press, 1973.

Limited to 100 copies, this is copy number 60. The railroad developement of the San Joaquin Valley by the Southern Pacific. 115 pages with bibliography and index. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket.


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RAILWAY IN THE VALLEY
RAILWAY IN THE VALLEY
Rather, Lois Foster Rodecape
Oakland, CA: Rather Press, 1973.

Limited to 100 copies, this is copy number 88. The railroad developement of the San Joaquin Valley by the Southern Pacific. 115 pages with bibliography and index. Small name stamp on the front paste-down endpaper, hidden under dust jacket flap. Fine in very good plus dust jacket with toning along the spine panel.


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