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Missouri Pacific Passenger Trains : The Postwar Years by  Patrick C Dorin - 1st Edition - 2003 - from Train World Pty Ltd (SKU: UB-015900)

Missouri Pacific Passenger Trains : The Postwar Years

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Missouri Pacific Passenger Trains : The Postwar Years

by Dorin, Patrick C

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  • Hardcover
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ISBN 10
1883089719
ISBN 13
9781883089719
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Lynchburg, Virginia, USA: TLC Publishing, 2003. Book. Good. Laminated Pictorial Boards. 1st Edition. 118 pages colour and b/w photos line drawings - Ideal for passenger train buffs, MoPac fans and modelers, this overview of Missouri Pacific passenger trains and service tells the complete story since the first streamlined trains to travel the line, to the arrival of Amtrak in 1971. Nicknamed the Route of the Eagles, it spanned from the Midwest all the way to Mexico and operated a diverse fleet of colorful passenger trains in the years between World War II and Amtrak. Photographs, car diagrams, drawings, maps, timetables and consists, and advertising material round out this colorful history..

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Bookseller
Train World Pty Ltd AU (AU)
Bookseller Inventory #
UB-015900
Title
Missouri Pacific Passenger Trains : The Postwar Years
Author
Dorin, Patrick C
Format/binding
Hardcover
Book condition
Used - Good
Jacket condition
No Jacket
Edition
1st Edition
Binding
Hardcover
ISBN 10
1883089719
ISBN 13
9781883089719
Publisher
TLC Publishing
Place of Publication
Lynchburg, Virginia, USA
Date published
2003
Keywords
USED-North America
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Train World commenced business at 615 Hawthorn road East Brighton in 1973. From a cabinet in a haberdashery store, Train World grew to take over half the shop in 1974 to take over the entire store and by 1977 it had taken over the shop and the rear residence. In 1981 the shop moved across the road to 624 Hawthorn Road East Brighton. Here too the shop grew and grew. So that by 1995 it had taken over the shop, the storage room area, the staff area, the garage, the rear warehouse and finally filling the entire building. Finally on 1st July 2012 Train world moved again to 290 Bay Street Brighton - Since the 1980s the focus of Train World has been trains and model trains, nothing but trains and everything to do with trains. Making it the largest pure train shop in Australia. Train World is a store of some 2,000 square feet. Open seven (7) days a week, that specialise not only in train models but new and used books and magazines of British, American and Australian titles. We usually have 7,000-8,000 titles in stock at any time. Plus we are the Australasian/Pacific Rim distributor for Irwell Press. We have a large holding of current and past new Irwell Press Books. On our home web site Irwell Press and our new / secondhand / used books are listed seperately. and can also be searched by clicking on the search link. We are displaying the covers and details for all our new Australian books and Irwell Press books on library thing. try this link http://www.librarything.com/catalog/TrainWorldand then click on TrainWorld has a suggested style for viewing this library (use it)

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