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THE HISTORY OF THE UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD IN CHEYENNE: A PICTORIAL ODYSSEY TO THE MECCA OF STEAM by  Robert Darwin - First edition, first printing - 1987 - from Robert Gavora, Fine and Rare Books and Biblio.com

THE HISTORY OF THE UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD IN CHEYENNE: A PICTORIAL ODYSSEY TO THE MECCA OF STEAM

by Darwin, Robert

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Robert Gavora, Fine and Rare Books

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Carmel Valley, CA: Express Press Ltd., 1987 The size of the book is impressive, with many of its images reproduced full-page, dramatically encompassing the reader with their infinite detail and overwhelming presence. 386 pages with stunning photographs, index and bibliography, plus several yard maps and diagrams. Bound in original red cloth with lettering in gilt. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket.. First edition, first printing. Oblong hardcover.

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