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RAILROADS OF NEVADA AND EASTERN CALIFORNIA; VOL. 2 - THE SOUTHERN ROADS
RAILROADS OF NEVADA AND EASTERN CALIFORNIA; VOL. 2 - THE SOUTHERN ROADS
Myrick, David F.
Berkeley, CA: Howell-North Books, 1963.

As much a history of the region as it is a railroad book. 479 pages with photographs, maps, rosters, and index. Fine in very good dust jacket with small chip and tear.


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RAILROADS OF NEVADA AND EASTERN CALIFORNIA; VOL. 2 - THE SOUTHERN ROADS
RAILROADS OF NEVADA AND EASTERN CALIFORNIA; VOL. 2 - THE SOUTHERN ROADS
Myrick, David F.
Berkeley, CA: Howell-North Books, 1963.

As much a history of the region as it is a railroad book. 479 pages with photographs, maps, rosters, and index. Fine in very good dust jacket with three tape repairs to the rear panel.


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RAILROADS OF NEVADA AND EASTERN CALIFORNIA; VOL. 2 - THE SOUTHERN ROADS
RAILROADS OF NEVADA AND EASTERN CALIFORNIA; VOL. 2 - THE SOUTHERN ROADS
Myrick, David F.
Berkeley, CA: Howell-North Books, 1963.

As much a history of the region as it is a railroad book. 479 pages with photographs, maps, rosters, and index. Fine in very good plus price-clipped dust jacket.


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RAILROADS OF NEVADA AND EASTERN CALIFORNIA; VOL. 1 - THE NORTHERN ROADS
RAILROADS OF NEVADA AND EASTERN CALIFORNIA; VOL. 1 - THE NORTHERN ROADS
Myrick, David F.
Berkeley, CA: Howell-North Books, 1963.

Inscribed by Myrick on the half-title page, "To Bob Searle, with best wishes, David F. Myrick. San Francisco, Sept. 27, 1963." Bob Searle was a rail fan and railroad photographer since his youth. Many of his photographs have been used and credited in numerous railroad books. He also worked for the Western Pacific Railroad. As much a history of the region as it is a railroad book. 453 pages with photographs, maps and rosters. Map in rear pocket. Fine in what would be a near fine dust jacket with light fade spine panel except that the front flap is mostly detached.


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RAILROADS OF NEVADA AND EASTERN CALIFORNIA; VOL. 1 - THE NORTHERN ROADS
RAILROADS OF NEVADA AND EASTERN CALIFORNIA; VOL. 1 - THE NORTHERN ROADS
Myrick, David F.
Berkeley, CA: Howell-North Books, 1963.

Inscribed by Myrick on the half-title page, "To Bob Searle, with best wishes, David F. Myrick. San Francisco, Sept. 27, 1963." Bob Searle was a rail fan and railroad photographer since his youth. Many of his photographs have been used and credited in numerous railroad books. He also worked for the Western Pacific Railroad. As much a history of the region as it is a railroad book. 453 pages with photographs, maps and rosters. Map in rear pocket. Fine in very good dust jacket faded spine panel, two short tears and mild wear at the head of the spine panel.


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RAILROADS OF NEVADA AND EASTERN CALIFORNIA, VOLUMES 1 AND 2
RAILROADS OF NEVADA AND EASTERN CALIFORNIA, VOLUMES 1 AND 2
Myrick, David F.
Berkeley, CA: Howell-North Books, 1962, 1963,

Both volumes signed by Myrick. Chronicles over 73 railroads with numerous photographs and maps. A total of 933 pages. Folded map in rear pocket of volume 1. Both volumes are near fine. Volume 1 in very good plus dust jacket with moderately faded spine panel and one tiny edge chip. Volume 2 in near fine, bright dust jacket with the merest hint of edge wear. A very nice signed set.


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RAILROADS OF ARIZONA, VOL. I; THE SOUTHERN ROADS
RAILROADS OF ARIZONA, VOL. I; THE SOUTHERN ROADS
Myrick, David F.
Berkeley, CA: Howell-North Books, 1981.

Presents the history of more than 30 railroads, and related mines, in the southern part of Arizona. 477 pages with photographs and maps. Fine in very good plust dust jacket with tiny chip and 1 inch tear to the head of the spine panel and light wear at the base of the spine panel.


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RAILROADS OF ARIZONA, VOL. I; THE SOUTHERN ROADS
RAILROADS OF ARIZONA, VOL. I; THE SOUTHERN ROADS
Myrick, David F.
Berkeley, CA: Howell-North Books, 1981.

Presents the history of more than 30 railroads, and related mines, in the southern part of Arizona. 477 pages with photographs and maps. Fine in good dust jacket with one inch circular abrasion to the spine panel and rear flap mostly detached.


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THOROUGHBREDS: NEW YORK CENTRAL'S 4-6-4 HUDSON, THE MOST FAMOUS CLASS OF STEAM LOCOMOTIVE IN THE WORLD
THOROUGHBREDS: NEW YORK CENTRAL'S 4-6-4 HUDSON, THE MOST FAMOUS CLASS OF STEAM LOCOMOTIVE IN THE WORLD
Staufer, Alvin F., and Edward L. May
Medina, OH: Self published/Alvin F. Staufer, 1974.

The Hudsons were beautiful, they were fast, and easily held claim to the most famous class of steam locomotive in the world. 336 pages with photographs and diagrams, plus 16 pages of famous color illustrations in the rear. Near fine in very good plus, bright dust jacket with short tear at the head of the spine panel. A quite handsome copy.


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THOROUGHBREDS: NEW YORK CENTRAL'S 4-6-4 HUDSON, THE MOST FAMOUS CLASS OF STEAM LOCOMOTIVE IN THE WORLD
THOROUGHBREDS: NEW YORK CENTRAL'S 4-6-4 HUDSON, THE MOST FAMOUS CLASS OF STEAM LOCOMOTIVE IN THE WORLD
Staufer, Alvin F., and Edward L. May
Medina, OH: Self published/Alvin F. Staufer, 1974.

The Hudsons were beautiful, they were fast, and easily held claim to the most famous class of steam locomotive in the world. 336 pages with photographs and diagrams, plus 16 pages of famous color illustrations in the rear. Near fine in very good plus, bright dust jacket with short tear, short snag, and light wear at corners. A quite handsome copy.


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COLORADO RAIL ANNUAL NO. 11, A JOURNAL OF RAILROAD HISTORY IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN WEST, 1973
COLORADO RAIL ANNUAL NO. 11, A JOURNAL OF RAILROAD HISTORY IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN WEST, 1973
Hauck, Cornelius W., editor
Golden, CO: Colorado Railroad Museum/CRM, 1973.

This issue covers the abandoned Chihuahua Mineral Railway, the photography of Otto Perry, and the onetime Ouray Branch of the Denver & Rio Grande narrow gauge. 215 pages with numerous historic photographs and maps. Fine in very good dust jacket with fade to the spine panel.


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PICTORIAL SUPPLEMENT TO DENVER SOUTH PARK & PACIFIC
PICTORIAL SUPPLEMENT TO DENVER SOUTH PARK & PACIFIC
Kindig, R.H., E.J. Haley and M.C. Poor
Denver, CO: Rocky Mountain Railroad Club/World Press Inc., 1959.

Number 2516 of 4000 copies signed by Kindig, Haley, and Poor on special limitation page. 467 pages with maps and timetables in rear pocket. Owner's bookplate present on the reverse of the front free endpaper, else a fine copy in a very good dust jacket with faded spine panel, a few small chips and mild edge wear at the spine panel ends. Remains an attractive copy.


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PICTORIAL SUPPLEMENT TO DENVER SOUTH PARK & PACIFIC
PICTORIAL SUPPLEMENT TO DENVER SOUTH PARK & PACIFIC
Kindig, R.H., E.J. Haley and M.C. Poor
Denver, CO: Rocky Mountain Railroad Club/World Press Inc., 1959.

Number 3301 of 4000 copies signed by Kindig, Haley, and Poor on special limitation page. 467 pages with maps and timetables in rear pocket. A fine copy in a very good plus dust jacket with mildly faded spine panel, a few short tears. An attractive copy.


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PICTORIAL SUPPLEMENT TO DENVER SOUTH PARK & PACIFIC
PICTORIAL SUPPLEMENT TO DENVER SOUTH PARK & PACIFIC
Kindig, R.H., E.J. Haley and M.C. Poor
Denver, CO: Rocky Mountain Railroad Club/World Press Inc., 1959.

Number 812 of 4000 copies signed by Kindig, Haley, and Poor on special limitation page. 467 pages with three maps and two timetables in rear pocket. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket with several short closed tears. A very handsome copy.


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HISTORIC ALPINE TUNNEL
HISTORIC ALPINE TUNNEL
Helmers, Dow
Denver, CO: Sage Books, 1971.

About the magnificent achievement of building the Alpine Tunnel, the first tunnel through the Continental Divide, and the running of trains through it. 200 pages of text, photographs and maps. Fine in near fine dust jacket A very handsome copy.


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RIO GRANDE; MAINLINE OF THE ROCKIES
RIO GRANDE; MAINLINE OF THE ROCKIES
Beebe, Lucius, and Charles Clegg
Berkeley, CA: Howell-North Books, 1962.

Timberline issue. number 88 of 1250 numbered copies signed by Beebe and Clegg on special limitation page. 380 pages of text and photographs. Folded reproduction of a 1920 map of the Rio Grande in rear pocket. Fine in original near fine clear plastic dust jacket with two shallow chips to the front and rear panels, within a fine example of the publisher's slipcase with only very minor edge wear. A beautiful, unread copy.


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THE WAR OF THE REBELLION, SERIAL 25: A COMPILATION OF THE OFFICIAL RECORDS OF THE UNION AND CONFEDERATE ARMIES. SERIES I - VOLUME XVII - IN TWO PARTS, PART 2 - CORRESPONDENCE, ETS
THE WAR OF THE REBELLION, SERIAL 25: A COMPILATION OF THE OFFICIAL RECORDS OF THE UNION AND CONFEDERATE ARMIES. SERIES I - VOLUME XVII - IN TWO PARTS, PART 2 - CORRESPONDENCE, ETS
Scott, Lieut. Col. Robert N., editor
Harrisburg, PA: The National Historical Society, 1985.

Facsimile reprint of 1887 edition published by the Government Printing Office. Correspondence, orders, and returns relating to operations in West Tennessee and Northern Mississippi from June 10, 1862, to January 20, 1863. Iuka, Corinth. 1019 pages. Bound in original black cloth with lettering in gilt. Very fine, issued without dust jacket. An as new unread copy. No remainder mark.


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A HISTORY OF THE GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY, BEING THE STORY OF THE BROAD GAUGE
A HISTORY OF THE GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY, BEING THE STORY OF THE BROAD GAUGE
Sekon, G.A.
London: Digby, Long & Co., Publishers, 1895.

The author's arguements in favor of the broad gauge over the narrow gauges. 373 pages with a few photographs, tables, data and index, plus one page of publisher's ads in the rear. Bound in original dark blue cloth with lettering in gilt. Interior hinges professionally repaired. A very good copy.


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HISTORIC ALPINE TUNNEL
HISTORIC ALPINE TUNNEL
Helmers, Dow
Denver, CO: Sage Books, 1971.

About the magnificent achievement of building the Alpine Tunnel, the first tunnel through the Continental Divide, and the running of trains through it. 200 pages of text, photographs and maps. Fine in very good plus dust jacket A very handsome copy.


Price: $50.00
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INDIANA RAILROAD: THE MAGIC INTERURBAN
INDIANA RAILROAD: THE MAGIC INTERURBAN
Bradley, George K.
Chicago: Central Electric Railfans Association (C.E.R.A.), 1991.

Bulletin 128. Created in 1930 from smaller interurban lines, the Indiana Railroad became the nation's longest interurban electric railway. 224 pages with photographs, some in color, employee timetables, and bibliography. Seven tiny characters written on upper corner of the contents page. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket.


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TURMOIL AND TRIUMPH; THE CONTROVERSIAL RAILWAY TO HUDSON BAY
TURMOIL AND TRIUMPH; THE CONTROVERSIAL RAILWAY TO HUDSON BAY
Bickle, Ian
Calgary, Canada: Detselig Enterprises Ltd., 1995.

The Hudson Bay Railway was contoverial from the start. Political debates raged over its ability to provide the least expensive way to ship prairie grain overseas and to provide a less costly route for imports. 244 pages with historical surveying and construction photographs, plus index. Fine in near fine, bright dust jacket.


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WESTERN PACIFIC COLOR PICTORIAL: VOLUME ONE
WESTERN PACIFIC COLOR PICTORIAL: VOLUME ONE
Clegg, Adam
La Mirada, CA: Four Ways West Publications, 2001.

128 pages of color photographs. Bound in laminated color pictorial boards. A fine and bright copy, issued without dust jacket.


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NEW ENGLAND DIESELS
NEW ENGLAND DIESELS
Albert, Dave, and George F. Melvin
Omaha, NE: George R. Cockle and Associates, 1975.

Number 1376 of 4000 numbered copies. Photographs of diesel locomotives in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and New England Neighbors. 232 pages of fascinating photographs. Fine in very good dust jacket.


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COLORADO CENTRAIL RAIL ROAD: GODEN, CENTRAL CITY, GEORGETOWN
COLORADO CENTRAIL RAIL ROAD: GODEN, CENTRAL CITY, GEORGETOWN
Abbott, Dan, Dell A. McCoy, and Robert W. McLeod
Denver, CO: Sundance Publications, 2007.

Number 854 signed on the half-title page by Abbott, McCoy, and McLeod. Mining produced tonnage requiring efficient transportation. W.A.H. Loveland developed the Colorado Central and laid track beside Clear Creek to reach Black Hawk and eventuually Central City and Georgetown where the greatest mining claims lay. 416 pages with historic photographs, maps, roster, car diagrams, bibliography, and index. Map endpapers. Fine in fine clear vinyl dust protector.


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COLORADO CENTRAIL RAIL ROAD: GOLDEN, CENTRAL CITY, GEORGETOWN
COLORADO CENTRAIL RAIL ROAD: GOLDEN, CENTRAL CITY, GEORGETOWN
Abbott, Dan, Dell A. McCoy, and Robert W. McLeod
Denver, CO: Sundance Publications, 2007.

Number 208 signed on the half-title page by Abbott, McCoy, and McLeod. Mining produced tonnage requiring efficient transportation. W.A.H. Loveland developed the Colorado Central and laid track beside Clear Creek to reach Black Hawk and eventuually Central City and Georgetown where the greatest mining claims lay. 416 pages with historic photographs, maps, roster, car diagrams, bibliography, and index. Map endpapers. Fine in fine clear vinyl dust protector.


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THE PIKE'S PEAK COG ROAD
THE PIKE'S PEAK COG ROAD
Abbott, Morris W.
San Marino, CA: Golden West Books, 1990.

Presents the complete story of the railway; its construction, the early operations, the steam locomotives, and the modern diesel trains. 176 pages of text, photographs, maps, rosters, equipment diagrams, and index. Map endpapers. Fine in fine and bright price-clipped dust jacket.


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OUR GM SCRAPBOOK
OUR GM SCRAPBOOK
Milwaukee, WI: Kalmbach Publishing Company, 1971.

Taken from the pages of Trains magazine. A photo history with plenty of text on the development of the modern diesel locomotive by General Motors' Electro Motive Division. 146 pages with dimensional diagrams, some as foldouts. The lightest of bumping to the corners. A near fine, bright copy, issued without dust jacket.


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AMERICAN RAILROAD JOURNAL - 1966.
AMERICAN RAILROAD JOURNAL - 1966.
San Marino, CA: Golden West Books, 1965.

A yearly digest of Transportation Heritage featuring many excellent black and white photographs of steam and traction locomotives. 120 pages of photographs, diagrams, maps and rosters. Bound in illustrated and lettered white cloth. Small owner's stamp. A fine and bright copy.


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NEW YORK, WESTCHESTER & BOSTON. WESTCHESTER'S FORGOTTEN RAILWAY, AN ACCOUNT OF THE NEW YORK, WESTCHESTER & BOSTON RAILWAY COMPANY [REVISED AND ENLARGED] and WHEN THE WESTCHESTER WAS NEW; A SUPPLEMENT OF "WESTCHESTER'S FORGOTTEN RAILWAY
NEW YORK, WESTCHESTER & BOSTON. WESTCHESTER'S FORGOTTEN RAILWAY, AN ACCOUNT OF THE NEW YORK, WESTCHESTER & BOSTON RAILWAY COMPANY [REVISED AND ENLARGED] and WHEN THE WESTCHESTER WAS NEW; A SUPPLEMENT OF "WESTCHESTER'S FORGOTTEN RAILWAY
Arcara, Roger
New York: Quadrant Press, and Electric Railroaders' Association/ERA. 1972, 1964,

Not consistantly pagenated, with photographs, maps, diagrams, data, Two separate books, both privately bound in one volume, in green pebbled cloth with lettering in gilt. Mildly musty, else a fine copy.


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"SIMON BENSON: NORTHWEST LUMBER KING"
"SIMON BENSON: NORTHWEST LUMBER KING"
Allen, Alice Benson
Portland, OR: Binfords & Mort, Publishers, 1971.

Benson's achievements proved to be huge ocian-going rafts carrying up to six million board feet of logs, and a timber empire that earned him the tile of uncrowned lumber king of the Pacific Northwest. 144 pages with photographs and maps. Fine in very good plus dust jacket with small chip to the rear panel.


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CIVIL WAR RAILROADS & MODELS
CIVIL WAR RAILROADS & MODELS
Alexander, Edwin P.
New York: Clarkson N. Potter, Inc./Publishers/Crown Publishers Inc., 1977.

256 pages. The definitive work on Civil War railroads and models. Numerous photographs of railroad equipment, buildings, bridges, etc. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket with one tiny tear.


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NOT ONLY PASSENGERS: HOW THE ELECTRIC RAILWAYS CARRIED FREIGHT, EXPRESS AND BAGGAGE
NOT ONLY PASSENGERS: HOW THE ELECTRIC RAILWAYS CARRIED FREIGHT, EXPRESS AND BAGGAGE
Benedict, Roy G., and James R. McFarlane
Chicago: Central Electric Railfans Association (C.E.R.A.), 1992.

Bulletin 129. A study of freight transportation on the electric street and interurban railways in the United States and Canada. 128 pages with photographs showing traction freight equiment and index. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket with just a hint of fade to the spine panel.


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HOUSTON ELECTRIC: THE STREET RAILWAYS OF HOUSTON, TEXAS
HOUSTON ELECTRIC: THE STREET RAILWAYS OF HOUSTON, TEXAS
Baron, Steven M.
Lexington, KY: Steven M. Baron, 1996.

This is the history of the Houston Electric Co. and its predecessors, which created and operated the transit system which enabled Houston to grow and thrive. 223 pages with historic photographs, maps, bibliography and index. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket.


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FROM RAILWAY TO FREEWAY: PACIFIC ELECTRIC AND THE MOTOR COACH
FROM RAILWAY TO FREEWAY: PACIFIC ELECTRIC AND THE MOTOR COACH
Bail, Eli
Glendale, CA: Interurban Press, 1984.

Interurbans Special 90. The controversial conversion of the Pacific Electric's 1,000 mile interurban railway system to rubber-tired transport. A year-by-year account starting with the first "auto stage lines" of the World War I era. 196 pages with photographs, maps, and bus rosters. Map of entire system on rear endpapers. Mild bumping to upper cover corners. A fine copy in a fine and bright dust jacket with just a hint of rubbing to the spine panel ends. A very attractive copy.


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RAILS AROUND GOLD HILL
RAILS AROUND GOLD HILL
Cafky, Morris
Denver, CO: Rocky Mountain Railroad Club/World Press, 1955.

Number 2454 of an edition limited to 2750 copies signed by Cafky. The story of the Florence & Cripple Creek, the Colorado Springs & Cripple Creek District, and the Midland Terminal railroads which served the Colorado mining town of Cripple Creek. Cripple Creek was easily the most colorful of the world's gold camps, and did not fall far short of being the most productive. 463 pages with photographs, maps, rosters, car diagrams, bibliography and index, plus three full page color paintings by Richard Ward, with tissue guards. All six maps present within the rear pocket. Near fine in good dust jacket with faded spine and front panels, several small and one large chips and several short tears.


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RAILS AROUND GOLD HILL
RAILS AROUND GOLD HILL
Cafky, Morris
Denver, CO: Rocky Mountain Railroad Club/World Press, 1955.

Number 651 of an edition limited to 2750 copies signed by Cafky. The story of the Florence & Cripple Creek, the Colorado Springs & Cripple Creek District, and the Midland Terminal railroads which served the Colorado mining town of Cripple Creek. Cripple Creek was easily the most colorful of the world's gold camps, and did not fall far short of being the most productive. 463 pages with photographs, maps, rosters, car diagrams, bibliography and index, plus three full page color paintings by Richard Ward, with tissue guards. All six maps present within the rear pocket. Author's postcard and prospectus laid in. Near fine in very good dust jacket with faded spine panel, several tiny chips and tears, and one three inch closed tear to the rear panel.


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HENRY HUNTINGTON AND THE PACIFIC ELECTRIC; A PICTORIAL ALBUM
HENRY HUNTINGTON AND THE PACIFIC ELECTRIC; A PICTORIAL ALBUM
Crump, Spencer
Corona del Mar, CA: Trans-Anglo Books/TAB, 1970.

The sequel to RIDE THE BIG RED CARS. A history of the Pacific Electric of Southern California. Once the biggest and most picturesque electric railroad in the world, its tracks stretched from the San Fernando Valley to Relands, and from the mountains to the Pacific Ocean. A pictorial history of 112 pages of historic photographs and maps. Neat owner's signature on front paste-down endpaper, else fine in very good dust jacket with mild soiling and a number of short tears with associated creases.


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HENRY HUNTINGTON AND THE PACIFIC ELECTRIC; A PICTORIAL ALBUM.
HENRY HUNTINGTON AND THE PACIFIC ELECTRIC; A PICTORIAL ALBUM.
Crump, Spencer.
Corona del Mar, CA;: Trans-Anglo Books,, 1970.

The sequel to RIDE THE BIG RED CARS. A history of the Pacific Electric of Southern California. Once the biggest and most picturesque electric railroad in the world, its tracks stretched from the San Fernando Valley to Relands , and fron the mountains to the Pacific Ocean. A pictorial history of 112 pages including maps. Bumped at heel of spine, else fine in very good dust jacket with rubbing, red offsetting to rear panel, and tiny chip and associated tear.


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HENRY HUNTINGTON AND THE PACIFIC ELECTRIC; A PICTORIAL ALBUM
HENRY HUNTINGTON AND THE PACIFIC ELECTRIC; A PICTORIAL ALBUM
Crump, Spencer
Corona del Mar, CA: Trans-Anglo Books/TAB, 1970.

Number 30 of 300 numbered copies of the "Collectors' Limited Edition" signed by Crump on a special limitation page.The sequel to RIDE THE BIG RED CARS. A history of the Pacific Electric of Southern California. Once the biggest and most picturesque electric railroad in the world, its tracks stretched from the San Fernando Valley to Relands, and from the mountains to the Pacific Ocean. A pictorial history of 112 pages of historic photographs and maps. Near fine in very good dust jacket.


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THE TRAINS WE RODE, VOLUMES I & II
THE TRAINS WE RODE, VOLUMES I & II
Beebe, Lucius, and Charles Clegg
Berkeley, CA; 1965, 1966: Howell-North Books,

A total of 976 pages highly illustrated with photographs. One of the high spots in railroad books. Fine in fine dust jackets, volume I with one short closed tear. An extremely handsome set.


Price: $60.00
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INDIANA RAILROAD: THE MAGIC INTERURBAN
INDIANA RAILROAD: THE MAGIC INTERURBAN
Bradley, George K.
Chicago: Central Electric Railfans Association (C.E.R.A.), 2001.

Bulletin 128. Created in 1930 from smaller interurban lines, the Indiana Railroad became the nation's longest interurban electric railway. 224 pages with photographs, some in color, employee timetables, and bibliography. Fine in near fine, bright dust jacket.


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OUR GM SCRAPBOOK
OUR GM SCRAPBOOK
Milwaukee, WI: Kalmbach Publishing Company, 1971.

Taken from the pages of Trains magazine. A photo history with plenty of text on the development of the modern diesel locomotive by General Motors' Electro Motive Division. 146 pages with dimensional diagrams, some as foldouts. The lightest of bumping to the corners. A near fine, bright copy, issued without dust jacket.


Price: $60.00
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COLORADO CENTRAIL RAIL ROAD: GOLDEN, CENTRAL CITY, GEORGETOWN
COLORADO CENTRAIL RAIL ROAD: GOLDEN, CENTRAL CITY, GEORGETOWN
Abbott, Dan, Dell A. McCoy, and Robert W. McLeod
Denver, CO: Sundance Publications, 2007.

Number 208 signed on the half-title page by Abbott, McCoy, and McLeod. Mining produced tonnage requiring efficient transportation. W.A.H. Loveland developed the Colorado Central and laid track beside Clear Creek to reach Black Hawk and eventuually Central City and Georgetown where the greatest mining claims lay. 416 pages with historic photographs, maps, roster, car diagrams, bibliography, and index. Map endpapers. Fine in fine clear vinyl dust protector.


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THE TRAINS WE RODE, VOLUMES II [2]
THE TRAINS WE RODE, VOLUMES II [2]
Beebe, Lucius, and Charles Clegg
Berkeley, CA: Howell-North Books, 1966.

Pages 466 through 976, highly illustrated with vintage photographs. One of the classics in railroad books. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket with just a hint of edge wear.


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THE TRAINS WE RODE, VOLUMES I [1]
THE TRAINS WE RODE, VOLUMES I [1]
Beebe, Lucius, and Charles Clegg
Berkeley, CA: Howell-North Books, 1965.

465 pages highly illustrated with vintage photographs. One of the classics in railroad books. Fine in mear fine, bright dust jacket with just a hint of edge wear. A very attractive copy.


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THE TRAINS WE RODE, VOLUMES I & II
THE TRAINS WE RODE, VOLUMES I & II
Beebe, Lucius, and Charles Clegg
Berkeley, CA; 1965, 1966.: Howell-North Books,

A total of 976 pages highly illustrated with photographs. One of the high spots in railroad books. Tiny spots of light foxing along the upper portion of the text block. Near fine in very good dust jackets, with mild edge wear and several short tears. A handsome set.


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THE RAILWAY AND LOCOMOTIVE HISTORICAL SOCIETY, BULLETIN 77, JULY, 1949
THE RAILWAY AND LOCOMOTIVE HISTORICAL SOCIETY, BULLETIN 77, JULY, 1949
Fisher, Charles E., editor
Boston, MA: The Railway and Locomotive Historical Society, 1949.

Chapters include Locomotives of the Denver & Rio Grande with roster, and A History of the Suburban Service of the Rock Island in the Chicago Area. 69 pages with photographs, maps and rosters. A fine and bright copy.


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THE RAILWAY AND LOCOMOTIVE HISTORICAL SOCIETY, RAILROAD HISTORY BULLETIN 110, APRIL, 1964
THE RAILWAY AND LOCOMOTIVE HISTORICAL SOCIETY, RAILROAD HISTORY BULLETIN 110, APRIL, 1964
Fisher, Charles E., editor
Boston, MA: The Railway and Locomotive Historical Society, 1964.

Chapters include Charles Peter Clark, The Life and Times of The East Broad Top R.R. and Coal Co., Railroads of the Lehigh Coal and Navigation Co., Seattle Terminal Railway, and several others. 96 pages with photographs, maps, and rosters. A very good plus copy.


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THE RAILWAY AND LOCOMOTIVE HISTORICAL SOCIETY; BULLETIN 66, MARCH, 1945
THE RAILWAY AND LOCOMOTIVE HISTORICAL SOCIETY; BULLETIN 66, MARCH, 1945
Fisher, Charles E., editor
Boston, MA: The Railway and Locomotive Historical Society, 1945.

Chapters include; The Monterey and Salinas Valley Railroad; The Illinois Central Suburban Service During Steam Operation; The Cumberland & Pennsylvania Railroad; The Ten Wheeler on the Maine Central Railroad. 68 pages with photographs and rosters. Small name stamp on the front cover and the title page. A fine and bright copy.


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THE RAILWAY AND LOCOMOTIVE HISTORICAL SOCIETY, RAILROAD HISTORY, BULLETIN 131, AUGUST 1974 (ALL TIME ERIE LOCOMOTIVE ROSTER)
THE RAILWAY AND LOCOMOTIVE HISTORICAL SOCIETY, RAILROAD HISTORY, BULLETIN 131, AUGUST 1974 (ALL TIME ERIE LOCOMOTIVE ROSTER)
Best, Gerald M, G.W. Armstrong, and W.D. Edson
Boston, MA: The Railway and Locomotive Historical Society, Inc./Harvard Business School, 1974.

All time Erie locomotive roster. 144 pages. Corner crease to front cover. A very good plus copy.


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