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  • The Last Of The Great Stations. 40 Years of the Los Angeles Union Pacific Terminal (Bradley)

The Los Angeles Union passenger Terminal was the last of the great passenger railway stations built in the United States, opening in 1939. Bill Bradley has prepared a significant work in text and illustrations which includes information on predecessor depots, the political ramblings surrounding the site selection and plans, and the celebration of the opening of this great station. Model railroaders will find ample photos and track plans to help them recreate the station. Santa Fe, Southern Pacific, and Union Pacific fans will delight at the photos of their favourite consists.  Second Printing 1980 Interurbans Press. Interurbans Special 72. Softcover. Good condition. 110pp. 4N-MLUR-2FUV

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The Last Of The Great Stations. 40 Years of the Los Angeles Union Pacific Terminal (Bradley)

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