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Title: A Life With the Union Pacific: The ...
Publisher: Saltillo Press, St. Johnsbury
Publication Date: 1989
Binding: Hard Cover
Book Condition: Near Fine
Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good+
Edition: First Edition (stated)
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Fascinating autobiography of Edd Bailey who rose from carman's helper to President and CEO of the Union Pacific Railroad. He was a prime force in the expansion and consolidation of the railroad, enabling it to achieve its premier status during the 1960s. The world's largest train yard, Bailey Yard at North Platte, NE, which was constructed during his tenure, is named in his honor. So esteemed was he by his peers that the company refused to let him retire at the normal time and kept him on for more three years. This book provides insight into the mind of a managerial genius and a railroad expert at the top of his game. 150 pages.
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