This issue documents the story of the first railroad to breach the remote mining frontiers of Idaho and western Montana - the narrow-gauge Utah & Northern. The Mormon Church conceived a plan to build a railroad--narrow-gauge, for minimum cost--from a connection with the Union Pacific at Ogden for some 400 miles into Montana, to bring the trade of the mining camps to their mercantile stores
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Book Description Colorado Railroad Museum, 1981. hardcover. Book Condition: New. Utah-Idaho-Montana Issue by various authors. Contents: Utah & Northern by Mallory Hope Ferrell. A history of the Ogden-Butte line of the Union Pacific Railroad which started out as the narrow gauge Utah & Northern, pp. 9-81. Union Pacific: Montana Division by Cornelius W. Hauck. A profusely illustrated story of the operations on the Butte line after standard gauging, pp. 93-160. Gilmore & Pittsburgh by Rex Myers: Northern Pacific Subsidiary, Union Pacific Tributary. Covers a virtually unknown standard gauge line in Idaho's Salmon River country, pp. 161-216. Colorado Railroad Museum, hardcover with dust jacket, 216 pages, 8.5 x 11 x 1 in., over 200 photographs, rosters and maps. Bookseller Inventory # crm2754
Book Description Colorado Railroad Museum, 1981. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0918654157
Book Description Colorado Railroad Museum, 1981. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110918654157
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