The Railway & Locomotive Historical Society, Bulletin No. 107 (October, 1962)
by FISHER, Charles E. (editor)
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Boston: The Railway & Locomotive Historical Society. Very Good+. 1962. Softcover. Bulletin no. 107 by the Railway & Locomotive Historical Society contains feature articles entitled "Let's Call Things by Their Proper Names", and "Iron Brothers-The Crooks and the Rice". Also includes "Pilots, Here and There" with numerous drawings and "A Ride on a Locomotive", and much more, including book reviews and membership information. With black & white photos and tables. --- A softcover copy in orange wraps with image of broken train on a fiery trestle. In excellent shape, an unmarked and sound copy.; Octavo (8 to 9 in. tall); 138 pages .
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