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Southern Pacific – The Roaring Story of a Fighting Railroad – Wilson and Taylor (1952) (E)


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From the Preface:  “This is the story of a railroad.  The Southern Pacific Railroad, like many other American railroads, was built by tough willed men.  Probably they were the only type that could have flung the line over the mountains and deserts and through the special obstacles peculiar to their time… The reared gaudy mansions, rode in ornate private cars, wore silk hats, founded banks and seats of learning…

PLEASE NOTE: There is no dust cover.  The dust cover pictured is for reference only.

The book is in fair condition.  The binding is strong and intact.  There is no dust cover.  There is some shelf wear.  A sticker has been removed from the inside of the front cover (about 1”x2”).  On the first page, ”O.P. 5.00 5-14-72 Santa Cruz” is written in pencil.  No other marks or writings.

ASIN:            B000NYO680

Publisher:      McGraw-Hill Books; 1st edition (January 1, 1952)

256 pages

East Bin 1

Weight 24 oz
Dimensions 9 × 6 × 1 in


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