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  • A Photo History Of The Prince Edward Island Railway (Graham)

The Prince Edward Island Railway, which operated from 1875 until abandonment in 1989, is the subject of this book by Allan Graham. The book follows the railway from its construction as a 42" narrow gauge road, through PEI's confederation with Canada in 1873, whereupon the federal government assumed responsibility to complete the road, pay the railway debt, and provide rail service and continuous steam navigation with the mainland. It covers Canadian National's ambitious standard gauging project of the 1920's, dieselization in 1950, and eventual abandonment in 1989. Allan describes the line in this volume, richly illustrated with approximately 370 photographs.  Second Printing with Corrections and Additions February 2001. Self Published. Signed by the author on the title page. Softcover. Like new. 250pp. WF-ZTGD-8O0E

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A Photo History Of The Prince Edward Island Railway (Graham)

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