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The Classic Western American Railroad Routes (Hardcover)

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In 1869 the east and west coasts of the USA were at last linked by rail, launching what is now known as the “golden age of the railroad.” Within twenty years several other major transcontinental routes had been opened, and the railroad companies who had invested millions of dollars need to attract both freight and passengers. To celebrate these pioneering routes, the railroad companies, enterprising publishers and even the United States Geological Service, produced a large quantity of colorful literature, including souvenir books, foldout postcards and illustrated maps. This exciting volume, packed with rare railroadiana and expertly-written text, brings those wonderful days back to life!


ISBN 9780785825739
Genre TRANSPORTATION / Railroads / History
Format Hardcover
Pages 320
Publisher Date 2010-02-24 00:00:00.0
Publisher Chartwell Books
Copyright Year 2010
Height 9.75 in
Wdth 11.75 in
Thickness 1.25 in
Unit weight 5.05 lb
Language English
Audience General/trade

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