Book is NEW: Colorado Railroad Museum; Golden, Colorado; published 1995; first edition, first printing; signed & numbered; 160 acid-free pages; approx. 8.5 x 11 inches; horizontal format; pictorial endsheets; hardcover with full color dustjacket; nearly 200 photographs and illustrations, 5 in full-color, and illustrations; appendices; bibliography; index. ISBN Number 0-918654-52-1 ABOUT THIS BOOK: At various times between 1871 and 1951, Colorado was served by 17 different street railway systems. This is a comprehensive review of the intriguing histories of all these lines around the state, from Aspen to Trinidad, Freely to Durango. Mule cars, cable cars, Denver's new light rail system, are all here. 160 pages, nearly 200 illustrations, softbound. ABOUT THE SERIES: A Journal of Rail History in the Rocky Mountain West from the Colorado Railroad Museum The Colorado Rail Annual has been published at intervals since 1963. Its objective has been to full the role of an active journal of rail history in the Rocky Mountain West, covering interesting aspects of railroading in the region with a balance of carefully researched text and the best available photography. acceptance by rail history enthusiasts has the COLORADO RAIL ANNUAL series as one of the nation's leading sources of western railroad history. Popularity of the series has enabled the CRM to expand its offerings and at the same time, keep prices affordable--thanks both to the economics of large press runs and the fact that much of the effort producing the Annuals is volunteer.
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Book Description Colorado Railroad Historical Foundation, Inc, 1995. Book Condition: New. limited to 250 numbered copies, signed by the author, this being copy #187; 160 pp., Hardcover, NEW!!. Bookseller Inventory # ZB1018446
Book Description Colorado Railroad Historical Foundation, Inc, 1995. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0918654521