Tucson was a Railroad Town: The Days of Steam in the Big Burg on the Main Line

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VTD Rail Pub., 2007 - Railroads - 335 pages
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A history of the railroad in Tucson, Arizona, covers the years of expansion in the late 19th century through the profitable early 20th until the decline of the 1950s, exploring both the passenger and freight industries, the men and women who worked for the railroads in Tucson, and how the railway affected the community.

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You can hear the whistle blowing throughout this great history of the influence of the train in the Southwest. Those who hunger for detail, photos can find it all in this book.
Cathy Hufault

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