• Lines of Country: An Atlas of Railway and Waterway History in Canada (Andreae)

 "Over twenty years in the making, this book will prove to be a vital reference for many decades to come. This is, first of all, an atlas of Canada's railway lines and commercial waterways. This reference work, packed with dates, names, and technical information, to help, among others, historians, geographers, and transportation planners. Second, this volume provides a brief account of how railways and waterways have changed the landscape of Canada." 1997 The Boston Mills Press, Canada. Hardcover. No Dust Jacket (as issued). Black cloth over boards with black and white photographic paste down on front cover, 238 oversize pages, thirty-nine full-page colour maps, 560 archival and contemporary photographs, maps and drawings, Abbreviations, Bibliography, Index of Railways and Train Ferries, Index of Canals, Index of Portage Railways, Index to the Text. Covers slightly dusty. Includes the original advertising sleeve attached to the back cover. This is a large, heavy book which will require courier delivery.  FK-836N-KKOP 

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Lines of Country: An Atlas of Railway and Waterway History in Canada (Andreae)

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