Stations: an imagined journey

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Pantheon Books, Sep 13, 1994 - Fiction - 103 pages
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A Virginia farmer narrates the story of his family and of the railroad that has shaped the lives and fates of his family for generations, chronicling the history of the railroad through a collection of evocative photographs. A first novel. 25,000 first printing.

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The subtitle of this book is An Imagined Journey. Quite imagined. The author creates an engaging fictional railroad, family, artwork and history that will feel remarkably real to anyone who has ... Read full review


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