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The 4300 4-8-2's: Southern Pacific's Mt-Class Locomotives by Robert J. Church ISBN 13: 9780963379146

ISBN 10: 0963379143

Hardcover; Wilton, Ca: Signature Press, 1996;

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Signature Press, 1996. Hardcover. Good.

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Signature Press, 1996-01-01. Hardcover. Good. 9.1300 inches 6.5700 inches.

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Wilton, CA: Signature Press, 1996 Among Southern Pacific's most capable steam engines were the 4300-series Mountains. Most were built in SP's own Sacramento Shops. They were workhorses in fast passenger and freight duties. This book covers in detail the design, the building, the class differences, and the use of the locomotives over the entire system. Newly revised from the first edition, The 4300 4-8-2's has 24 new pages, 40 new photographs (9 in color), an expanded chapter on tenders, an index and references, and numerous additions and enhancements throughout, making it even more authoritative and complete than the original version. 176 pages of text, photographs, diagrams, rosters and data, plus four pages of long fold-out diagrams. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket. Revised edition, first printing. Hardcover.

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