Possibly the most extensive collection of photographs, track plans, illustrations, and structure, rolling stock, and locomotive drawings to appear in a single volume about a single railroad. The book contains most extant photos of the line and drawings of almost every siding, spur, and yard. It includes plans of nearly all of the significant PC-related structures, passenger cars, and freight cars, along with drawings of all but two locomotives. The PC was a three foot gauge common carrier running between the village of Los Olivos, California (about 60 miles north of Santa Barbara) and the wharf at San Luis Bay and an interchange with the Southern Pacific at San Luis Obispo. It began operations in 1876; the last train ran in 1940. Third Printing 2007 Benchmark Publications Ltd. Hardcover with dw. VG, spine bumped. 296pp. PBU-47H-2K3
The Pacific Coast Railway. Central California's Premier Narrow Gauge (Westcott)
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