North American Line Histories
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San Diego was truly endowed by nature with one of the world's finest harbors, yet its development la..
An exploration of northeastern railroads during the first twenty-five years of this century. Period ..
Numerous black and white photographs taken along the Lehigh Valley Railroad and other lines in the a..
"The latest installment of this series highlights the DL&W's Syracuse Division through central N..
The Rutland & Burlington Railroad completed its mainline from Burlington to Rutland and Bellows ..
The story of a rail-marine operation that covered America's west coast. Illustrated with many photog..
Graphic history of Oregon railways with 480 b&w photographs. 1972 The Caxton Printers. Har..
The story of Kern County's oil boom rail lines - built by the Southern Pacific and the Santa Fe Rail..
For the first time, the full history of this interesting interurban-turned belt line is available to..
The Pacific Coast Company was a fascinating rail-marine operation which served the West Coast from S..
Packed with dozens of maps and over 100 vintage and current photographs, The Rail Lines of Northern ..
Using a unique handbook format, The Rail Lines of Southern New England explores the history of nearl..
The Railroad Switching Terminal at Maybrook, New York, 1910-1974, was the largest railroad terminal ..
Author and photographer Frank Kyper recounts stories of Boston-area railroading between 1957 and 197..
To build Big Creek, the world's largest hydroelectric project in 1912, they needed a railroad, and t..
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