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  • Southern Pacific Daylight Locomotives (Church)

Among the steam locomotives of the Southern Pacific was surely the Daylight 4-8-4. From the earliest unstreamlined GS-1 Class, to the famous GS-4 (and preserved member of the class no. 4449), and including the Cotton Belt engines which came west in the 1950s, these were all distinctive SP power of the late steam era. Southern Pacific steam locomotive authority Bob Church has prepared an entirely new book; this is far more than a revision of his 1967 volume of 130 pages, Those Daylight 4-8-4's. The new 436-page book updates or replaces some previous photos and adds many new ones, both black and white and colour; the old book had 174 photos, the new one has 731. Much new information regarding mechanical design, problems and improvements, and operations over each route, has come to light and has been included in this new book. Official diagrams of each class, and HO scale drawings of all locomotives and tenders are also included, as are colour drift panels. Arnold Menke has contributed another of his magisterial chapters on tenders. Second Printing 2004 Signature Press. HB.  VG with dw. Previous owner's inscription to fep. Currently out of print. 424pp.  3IU-01T-P58

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Southern Pacific Daylight Locomotives (Church)

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  • £105.00