American Narrow Gauge Railroads

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Stanford University Press, 1990 - Transportation - 580 pages
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This is the first comprehensive, extensively illustrated account of the growth and decline of American narrow gauge railroading, a singular and still not fully understood episode in the history of American transportation.

  

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The definitive work on the narrow-gauge common carrier railroads of the United States. It does not cover the use of narrow-gauge railroads for industrial purposes, although roads that offered even a ... Read full review

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22
The Narrow Gauge Fever
75
Physical Plant
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