The Railway & Locomotive Historical Society, Bulletin No. 95 (October, 1956)
by FISHER, Charles E. (editor)
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Boston: The Railway & Locomotive Historical Society. Very Good. 1956. Softcover. Bulletin no. 95 by this group of railroad enthusiasts contains feature articles about the Orient Road (K. C. M. & O. R. R.), and railroading in Minnesota during the Civil War. Also featured are Chicago operations of the C. B & Q. R. R. and a story about the "Tin Bridge" disaster, and much more, including membership information. With plates bearing photos, maps and drawings. --- A softcover copy in blue wraps with image of Boston & Maine locomotive roaring down the tracks. In excellent shape, unmarked but with small tears to paper at spine.; Octavo (8 to 9 in. tall); 100 pages .
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