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Titolo: COLORADO'S LONELIEST RAILROAD, THE SAN LUIS ...
Casa editrice: Pruett Publishing Company, Boulder, CO
Data di pubblicazione: 1980
Condizione sovraccoperta: Dust Jacket Included
Edizione: First edition, first printing
Only 31 miles long and built on practically level ground, the San Luis Southern Railway was simple yet remarkable. It never owned more than 4 locomotives and 20 cars at any one time, yet it managed to survive financial crisis after financial crisis to reach the age of 67 in a solvent condition. 190 pages of text with photographs, maps, and dimensional diagrams of water tanks and other railroad structures. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket with very light wear at two corners and one tiny tear. Codice inventario libreria 29157
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Libreria AbeBooks dal: 19 febbraio 1997
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