This book tells of the numerous lifetime railroad adventures of Bob Richardson, noted author, photographer and historian. This new, limited second edition features 425 color and black and white photographs and covers Bob's favorite locomotives, his travels in the Northeastern and New England states, Canada, Texas and Oklahoma, Old Border states and the Midwest, Southern States, Mexico and Central America, Persian Gulf countries, Colorado and New Mexico, the Vanishing interurban, the San Juan, railroading in the snow, Poncha and Marshall passes, the Gunnison area, Ouray, the Rio Grande Southern and much more. The book features 22 chapters and covers such railroads and subjects as the Ohio River & Western, the crookedest railroad in the world; the Aliquippa & Southern; the East Broad Top; Tionesta Valley Railway; Edaville; the Tweetsie; woodburners in the woods; Like Oak, Perry & Gulf; and winter at Crested Butte, among others. Possessing a fascination with trains and railroading as far back as 1931, Bob's interest developed quickly into a lifelong career of chasing, riding and photographing trains. His train riding has led to many adventures few railfans have experienced. 2004 2nd Edition Heimburger House. Laminated boards. Like new. 432pp. AN-V6GQ-2OR9
Chasing Trains. The Lifetime Story Of The Founder Of The Colorado railroad Museum Robert W. Richardson
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