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Rio Grande Western became so famous for so many things as in terms of operations it was a rather small railroad in the amount of lines it owned, accumulating less than 2,500 miles at its peak. Paper and reality, though, are two very different things and aside from its famous train, narrow-gauge lines, and extraordinary tunnel, the railroad could proudly say that it offered the most scenic stretch of railroad in the continental United States.
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Book Description Kalmbach Publishing Company, 2002. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0890243654