Seattle, Washington: Superior Publishing Company, (1965). First Edition.
Seller ID: vas874
Quarto, orange cloth (hardcover), 190 pp. Very Good, with foxing (age darkened spotting); in a Very Good dust jacket with foxing and light edgewear. From dust jacket: The steel bridge across the Missouri was finished and the Northern Pacific's Engineering Department decided to put it to the acid test. Eight of the road's heaviest 4-4-0s were sent out onto the main span blanketing the track on the bridge from one end to the other. The bridge held! ÒOne cannot but wonder what thoughts passed through the minds of the new bridgeÓ muses Engineer, Author George Abdill, just as if he didn't know... View More...
Clifton Heights, PA: Harry P. Albrecht, (1976). Revised Edition.
Seller ID: 51674bd
Oblong octavo, stiff pictorial wrappers, 48 pp. Black & white photographs throughout. A brief history and pictorial review of the Broad Street Station, a PRR landmark in Philadelphia from 1881 to 1952. Near-Fine. View More...
Boston Mills Press, (2010). First Printing of the Revised Edition.
Seller ID: 9981gcs
Quarto, softbound (slick full-color illus. stiff wrappers), . Near Fine. From cover flap: Much has happened on the Florida East Coast Railway since the first edition of Speedway to Sunshine was published in 1984. The railroad has evolved inbto its role as the single most important element in Florida's transportation picture. A Florida without the FEC is simply unthinkable, as the new chapters in this book clearly demonstrate. This revised, expanded edition of Speedway to Sunshine continues the roaring story of America's most exciting railroad, from its inception, through the building and... View More...
The Foxfire Fund, Inc. and Fern Creek Press, 2001. Commemorative Anniversary Edition,
Seller ID: 9296gcs
Octavo, softbound (slick yellow & gray, black & white photo. illus. wrappers), viii + 104 pp. Fine. From lower cover: Twenty-five years ago, Foxfire Press published Memories of a Mountain Shortline, providing a firsthand account of the scenic Tallulah Falls Railroad. This fascinating and colorful railroad operated in the rugged and islated southern Appalachian mountains spanning the decades from the 1880s to 1961. The Old TF ran from Cornelia, Georgia to Franklin, North Carolina, and its many entrancing tales are once again shared by those who built it, operated it, and utilized it as the... View More...
DeLand, Florida: St. Johns Oklawaha Rivers Trading Company. A Facsimile Reproduction of the 1887 Edition with an Introduction by V. O. Coshow.
Seller ID: 8581bd
Octavo, gold wrappers (stiff, stapled), 84 pp. Contains illustrations and advertisements. Ex-libris in library produced folder with cloth-tape spine, brown boards, stamps to front and interior of upper cover. View More...
Denver, Colorado: Made Exclusively for The Van Noy News Company... Engraved, Printed and Published by The Smith-Brooks Printing Co., (1913).
Seller ID: 51153fd
From sale only en Route on The Denver & Rio Grande Railroad. Oblong quarto, stiff wrappers with color photograph on upper cover, stapled,  + 24 leaves with tipped-in color photographs, map. Very Good. View More...
Valric, Florida: Atlantic Coast Line & Seaboard Air Line Railroads Historical Society, Inc., 2000.
Seller ID: vas5298
Signed and inscribed by the Author. Quarto, full-color illus. slick boards (hardcover), map illus. endpapers, 248 pp. Near Fine, with inscription to one of the photographed subjects of the book, light soiling to the page containing the photograph. View More...