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Colorado Rail Annual Issue Number Nine 1971

by Hauck Cornelius W

Condition: Very Good NO dust jacket

Golden, Colorado: Colorado Railroad Museum, 1971. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good NO dust jacket. 126 pages, 8 1/2 X 11 inches. Articles : Stanley Rhine "Tin Feathers and Gasoline Fumes" about The Galloping Goose, Mike Davis "Prospector -- The Judge's Train" about the DRGW first streamliner, Mallory Hope Ferrell "Tribute to Fred Jukes" Photographer of the DRGW, Gordon Chappell "Track of the CATS" about the Cumbres and Toltec RR early days.

So, what is wrong with this volume. First, XLIB but aside from a faint marking on the spine hardly any other evidence of being in a library. The front board is bowed out, but only slightly. Text and photographs in excellent shape. NO underling or any notations.


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