Title: Steam Towards the Sunset: The Railroads of ...
Publisher: Newport: Lincoln County Historical Society
Publication Date: 1990
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Very Good
Signed: Signed by Author(s)
Edition: 2nd Edition
4to-oversized-softcover in tan prictorial wraps. Second Edition 1990. Signed by author on title page. Very Good+/: covers exhibit some soiling from routine handling; prev.owner's embossed library label top corner title page; text itself clean, bright & unmarked. Introduction; Appendix; Addendum; Bibliography. 204pp. The story of the Lincoln County, Oregon railroad system, which played an important part in the development of the county. Its story is particularly colorful and dramatic as it took "an extra effort and a previously unforseen dedication to push the twin ribbons of steel over the mountains and westward towards the bays and the ocean it emptied into" (from introduction.) Profusely illustrated with many b/w vinatge photographs. A very nice copy. Signed. #12009hbrf. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-1772419528
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