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The Woodstock Railroad was a very short railroad from White River Junction to Woodstock, Vt. Although only 14 miles long, it worked for 58 years transporting passengers, freight, mail and more over Shallies Hill to Quechee, Taftsville, and to Woodstock. Like many small steam operations, it fell victim to the automobile, and made it's last run in 1933. Originally published as "Over the Hills to Woodstock" by Edgar T. Mead in 1967, this new edition contains new photos and maps.
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The Woodstock Railroad is another one of Mead's concise history lessons on a small but important piece of American history. It's easy to re-live this romantic era of steam, with the wonderful combination of old photos, maps and information presented in an orderly fashion.About the Author:
Edgar T. Mead has written over a dozen railroad books, and is known by many railroad fans all over the world.He currently is retired and living in Etna, NH. His collection of photos and facts are straightforward and clear. He is currently working on at least 2 more railroad books to be published next year.
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Book Description SooNipi Publishing Co., 1999. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110966455916
Book Description SooNipi Publishing Co., 1999. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0966455916