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MILWAUKEE ROAD REMEMBERED Jim Scribbins 168 pages softcover

The Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific was a railroad with a big personality. For a time it offered the world's fastest steam-powered passenger trains. Extending from Indiana to Puget Sound, it crossed five mountain ranges in Montana, Idaho, and Washington. It was also the first railroad to prove the feasibility of long distance movement of heavy trains by electricity. All-welded freight and passenger cars were pioneered in its shops, and Milwaukee Road mechanical engineers planned the first streamlined steam locomotives intended for sustained 100 mph speeds. In Milwaukee Road Remembered eminent railway historian Jim Scribbins provides a richly illustrated history of the unique challenges and successes of this storied railroad. Motor1

$ 27.50
MINNESOTA-ONTARIO IRON ORE RAILROADS Patrick Dorin 112 pages softcover

All new book encompassing history, iron ore operations, equipment & locomotives of DM&IR, BN, Soo, CN, North Shore Mining and LTV. Together with the companion volume, Michigan-Ontario Iron Ore Railroads, a great treatment of iron ore haulage around Lake Superior. Over 175 photos. Motor1

$ 20.50
NARROW GAUGE & SHORTLINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY NEWSLETTER softcover

This a reprint of the newsletters from 1975 to 1977. November1

$ 30.50
NARROW GAUGE IN SOUTHWESTERN PA -S/C WAYNESBURG & WASHINGTON RR James Weinschenker 110 pages softcover

This book looks at the Waynesburg & Washington Railroad, it's stations, locomotives, passenger cars, tank cars and rail cars. Well illustrated. November1

$ 45.00
NARROW GAUGE RAILWAY SCENES Adoph Hungry Wolf 224 pages softcover

See everything from "classic" railroad photos you'd expect to see to the unusual such as night scenes at a depot to cab-view scenes from a Rio Grande Galloping Goose. For the logging fan there's some great shots of the West Side Lumber Company and Mich-Cal, and for something completely different there are some great shots of Ward Kimball's backyard, er, "layout." (One shot even shows Walt Disney at the throttle!) Of course, fans of the Colorado narrow gauge "circle" will not be disappointed! In the East we get the East Broad Top, the Tweetsie, and some Maine two-foot action. In Canada we get some choice shots, and we even get a couple of lines you can still see today: the B.C. Forest Museum and Oregon's Sumpter Valley Railroad. Finally, we get some tasty shots from a region famous for its great narrow gauge railroads, Central America. November1

$ 20.50
NEB&W'S GUIDE IV ROLLING STOCK FROM BABY RUTH TO BYERLYTE "John Nehrich softcover

This is a guide to steam era freight cars. This volume looks at the freight cars and paint schemes for a variety of railroads and private companies, include the Bangor & Aroostook, B&O,Baker's Chocolate, Bessemer & Lake Erie, Bordon Co, Boston & Maine and many more. Well illustrated, but the photo reproduction is fair.

These books are limited supply. Many of these are seconds and have minor imperfections. The best copies available will be sent first. November1 "

$ 20.00
NEW LONDON COUNTY (CT) TROLLEYS Connecticut Motor Coach Museum 128 pages softcover Arcadia

Railroads were instrumental to the growth of industry in America. Streetcar systems branched off from railroad lines, extending transportation to urban and rural areas not otherwise accessible. The expansion of the trolley system in New London County also revitalized industry in the area. By the 1860s, the number of farms in Connecticut had begun to decline, and the need for reliable, reasonable transportation to towns and cities increased. The Norwich Horse Railroad, incorporated in 1864, was followed by various other trolley companies, including the Norwich Street Railway Company, the New London Horse Railroad, the New London Street Railway, and the Montville Horse Railway. Trolley transportation was finally electrified in 1889, fueling the expansion of trolley networks in Norwich and New London. The increase in trolley service allowed the textile industry to grow by expanding access to a sufficient workforce. The system also worked in reverse, enabling city dwellers to escape to the country for outings. November1

$ 19.50
NEW YORK CITY TRANSIT AUTHORITY BUS & TROLLEY FLEET 1946-58 James Greller 100 pages softcover

This book examines all of the buses and Trolley coaches purchased by New York City between 1946 and 1958. Well illustrated. November1

$ 24.50
NORTH BEACH PENINSULA'S IR&N "Sydney Stevens 128 pages softcover

For nearly 40 years, the quirky little narrow gauge railroad, begun in 1889 by the Ilwaco Railway & Navigation Company, ran along the North Beach Peninsula in southwestern Washington. The train provided the primary transportation link from Ilwaco in the south to Nahcotta in the north, making the peninsula communities accessible to one another and supplying a reliable route to outside markets for the area's major industries- oystering, logging and cranberry farming. A tide table, not a timetable, governed the railroad's schedule, allowing coordination with steamers that met the train at either end of its daily journeys. Old-Timers in the area still speak affectionately of the trains unorthodox schedule and its informal and accomodating service. And they remember with fondness that the IR&N was widely known as the 'Irregular Ramblin' & Never-get-there Railroad'. November1 "

$ 21.50
NORTHERN ELECTRIC Norm Brauer 210 pages softcover

This is a history of the Northern Electric Street Railway. November1

$ 32.50
PACIFIC ELECTRIC VOLUME 1 NORTHERN DIVISION Donald Duke 88 pages softcover

This volume has more than 170 photos and maps, featuring Alhambra-San Gabriel-Temple City Line, Monrovia-Glendora Line, Mount Lowe Line, Pasadena Local Lines, Pasadena Oak Knoll Line, Pasadena Short Line, Sierra Madre Line, Sierra Vista Line, and the South Pasadena Line. Papa1

$ 36.75
PASSENGER CARS #1 PLANS & PICTURES/WOOD& HVWT.CARS Hal Carstens 104 pages softcover

Wood and heavyweight passenger cars disappeared from revenue service in the years following World War II. Here are photos of cars from the early days of railroading until the last cars were relegated to work train service. Chock full of vintage photographs this book shows passenger cars in their heyday including some interesting interior shots. Diagrams of cars included. Papa1

$ 30.50
PASSENGER CARS #2 STREAMLINE CARS Hal Carstens 118 pages softcover

Our second passenger car volume, is loaded with plans and photos of streamlined lightweight coaches, combines, baggage and mail cars, lounge cars, cafe and dining cars. Many of these cars were later operated by Amtrak while others went to Auto-Train, the Susquehanna, Algoma Central, Sierra RR, Alaska Railroad and other roads. Papa1

$ 30.50
PENNSYLVANIA OIL REGION TROLLEYS Benson Rohrbeck 144 pages softcover

This is an illustrated history of electric railways in Venango and Crawford Counties in Pennsylvania. Includes Oil City Street Railway, Franklin Electric Street Railway, Citizens Traction and Titusville Traction. Over 80 photos, rosters, and fold-out map Papa1

$ 16.50
PITTSBURGH & WEST VIRGINIA TIMETABLES Howard Worley jr 508 pages softcover

Here published for the first time is a complete set of Pittsburgh & West Virginia Railway timetables, from the Number 1 issued in 1917 up to the final Number 27 edition published in 1956. Papa1

This title is out of print and in limited supply.

$ 25.00
PLACER COUNTY CALIFORNIA "Arthur Sommers 128 pages softcover Arcadia

Placer County runs between the Sacramento Valley and the Sierra Nevada mountains, against Sacramento County in the west and 100 miles east to Lake Tahoe. Along the present-day southern border, gold was discovered in 1848 by James Marshall at John Sutter_s lumber mill, leading to the California Gold Rush. This relatively narrow county (only 10 to 15 miles across in some spots) has early immigrant trails, wagon roads, railways, and highways all passing through as they head across Donner Summit and across the Sierra Nevadas. Mining, agriculture, transportation, logging, and recreation made Placer County important in the past, and they keep it a thriving place to live now in the 21st century. Papa1 "

$ 21.50
RAIL MAIL - A CENTURY OF AMERICAN RAILROADING ON PICTURE POSTCARDS Geoff Stunkard 128 pages softcover

The book offers a refreshing combination of railroad historical data, railroad and postal nomenclature, and information on postcards as collector's items, with categories broken down by subject or age. Many chapters contain a sidebar as well, including information on New York City's dueling stations (Grand Central and Pennsylvania Station), the Maine and Colorado narrow-gauge lines, corporate photography on postcards, and the once-immense Great Lakes ore transfer business. Many rare real-photo postcards are shown throughout the book as well. For collectors, Stunkard has also included tips on grading and selling railroad postcards, a basic values chart, a glossary, and a list of resources. Romeo1

$ 12.50
RAILBORNE TRASH AND WASTE CONTAINERS OF NEW JERSEY David Casdorph 156 pages softcover

This book identifies over 12,000 rail hauled containers in Municipal Solid Waste, Trash, C&D and "dirty dirt" service seen on trians in New Jersey and throughout the Northeastern US. Romeo1

$ 19.50
RAILROAD ARTISTRY OF HOWARD FOGG - HILL Ronald Hill and Al Chione 168 pages hardcover

This book looks at the railroad paintings of Howard Fogg. Includes color reproductions of steam, diesel and electric locomotives. Romeo1

$ 35.00
RAILROAD CAMP Adoph Hungry Wolf 80 pages softcover

This book covers the camp from its earliest years with Polson Logging through its Rayonier years. The photos show equipment, structures, buildings, shops-you name it. There's even a layout map of the entire camp. Romeo1

$ 14.50
RAILROADS OF CAMEROUN AND ASSOCIATED POSTAL HISTORY Marty Bratzel 170 pages softcover

This publication examines the railroads of Cameroun from when the first rails were laid by the Germans in 1901, the transition of World War I, during and through the British and French administrations, and after independence through to the present day. Summary of contents:The plantation railroad networks _ their development and demise, plus equipment and rolling stock, with a focus on the locomotive Gouverneur Ebermaier; The mainline railroads _ construction and operation, services and schedules, rolling stock, the transition from public to private ownership, and the outlook for future growth and expansion; Other rail lines in the port and town of Douala; The transport of mail and the railroad postal service _ under the German administration, through the Anglo-French occupation of World War I, expansion during the French administration, and into the post-independence period; Railroad postmarks and their recorded dates of use. 138 photos. Romeo1

$ 50.50
RAILROADS OF PENNSYLVANIA FRAGMENTS OF THE PAST Lorett Treese 256 pages softcover

Divides the state into regions and explores the major railroads, recounts the lore, profiles the individuals involved, and identifies places one can go to experience the relics of rail culture. Romeo1

$ 19.50
RAILWAYS OF SOUTHERN QUEBEC VOL 2 Derek Booth 196 pages softcover

Railways of Southern Quebec, Volume II, continues the study, begun in Volume I, of various railway companies that operated in Quebec south of the St. Lawrence River. The featured railways illustrate the many diverse elements of 19th century railway construction. Also covered are aspects of the railway network rationalization resulting from railways having lost their transportation primacy to cars and trucks. This volume focuses on the central Eastern Townships with the histories of the Waterloo & Magog Railway, the Missisquoi & Black Rivers Valley Railway, and the Orford Mountain Railway. Also covered are other associated lines, including the Canadian Pacific Railway_s "Short Line" which continued from Megantic, Quebec to Saint John, New Brunswick through Maine. There are overviews of several other railway companies, all of which, together, formed the extensive network of railways that lay south of the St. Lawrence River in Quebec. Romeo1

$ 28.50
READING STEAM IN ACTION VOLUME 2 Benjamin Bernhart 70 pages softcover

This is a look at the steam locomotives of the Reading. Well illustrated. Romeo1

$ 15.00
REMEMBERING THE GRAND TRUNK WESTERN I.E. Quastler 112 pages softcover

This is a photographic look at the last decades of the Grand Trunk Western. The book includes 102 full page photos, 80 of which are in color. Romeo1

$ 32.75
REQUIEM FOR STEAM - RAILROAD PHOTOGRAPHS OF DAVID PLOWDEN David Plowden 200 pages hardcover

As a child, David Plowden was given a box camera, and before long he began to photograph railroad trains. As he matured and started on what would become a lifetime in photography, trains_specifically steam locomotives_became one of his passions, and then they were eclipsed by modern diesel locomotives. It is our good fortune that Plowden was on the scene at the end, documenting what would become this book, his reverent tribute to the steam era. Romeo1 "

$ 60.75
RICHMOND COUNTY AND THE SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY Stephen Massengil and Vernon Vallance 128 pages softcover Arcadia.

Richmond County and the Seaboard Air Line Railway presents vintage photographs by talented photographer Frederick 'Frank' Marchant (1872_1942). The images document the bustling railroad town of Hamlet and the county seat of Rockingham in North Carolina during the first quarter of the 20th century. By 1907, he was working as a commercial photographer and as the official 'picture taker' for the railroad company. His photographs, many of which he published as postcards, record rail activity in the Hamlet area, which became the 'hub' of the Seaboard Air Line. Romeo1

$ 19.50
RIO GRANDE CAR PLANS "Robert Wayner softcover

This book includes scale drawings of Rio Grande passenger, freight and maintenance of way equipment. Well illustrated." Romeo1

$ 18.50
RIVAL RAILS THE RACE TO BUILD AMERICA'S GREATEST TRANSCONTINENTAL RAILROAD Walter Borneman 432 pages hardcover

From acclaimed historian Walter R. Borneman comes a dazzling account of the battle to build America_s transcontinental rail lines. Rival Rails is an action-packed epic of how an empire was born_and the remarkable men who made it happen. After the completion of the first transcontinental railroad in 1869, the rest of the country was up for grabs, and the race was on. The prize: a better, shorter, less snowy route through the corridors of the American Southwest, linking Los Angeles to Chicago. In Rival Rails, Borneman lays out in compelling detail the sectional rivalries, contested routes, political posturing, and ambitious business dealings that unfolded as an increasing number of lines pushed their way across the country. Borneman brings to life the legendary business geniuses and so-called robber barons who made millions and fought the elements_and one another_to move America, including William Jackson Palmer, whose leadership of the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad relied on innovative narrow gauge trains that could climb steeper grades and take tighter curves; Collis P. Huntington of the Central Pacific and Southern Pacific lines, a magnate insatiably obsessed with trains_and who was not above bribing congressmen to satisfy his passion; Edward Payson Ripley, visionary president of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe, whose fiscal conservatism and smarts brought the industry back from the brink; and Jay Gould, ultrasecretive, strong-armer and one-man powerhouse. In addition, Borneman captures the herculean efforts required to construct these roads_the laborers who did the back-breaking work, boring tunnels through mountains and throwing bridges across unruly rivers, the brakemen who ran atop moving cars, the tracklayers crushed and killed by runaway trains. From backroom deals in Washington, D.C., to armed robberies of trains in the wild deserts, from glorified cattle cars to streamliners and Super Chiefs, all the great incidents and innovations of a mighty American era are re-created with unprecedented power in Rival Rails. Romeo1

$ 25.75
ROCK ISLAND STEAM POWER F. Wesley Krambeck, William Edson and Jack Farrell 140 pages hardcover

This book looks at the steam locomotives of the Rock Island. Includes American Types, Ten Wheelers, Moguls, Consolidations, Atlantics (Chautauqua), Pacifics, Mikados, Mountains, Santa Fes, Northerns and switchers.

This title is out of print and in limited supply. Romeo1

$ 45.00
SAN FRANCISO BAY AREA AVIATION William Larkins and Ronald Reuther 128 pages softcover Arcadia

From hot-air balloons to jets, no other location has a more diverse aviation history than the San Francisco Bay Area. Aside from private and commercial airline operations, the area has housed the NACA/NASA Research Center, the prestigious Boeing School of Aeronautics, and the dirigible USS Macon. It is currently the center for antique aircraft in Northern California and has been the site of numerous flight records, including the Dole Race and Amelia Earhart_s circumnavigation attempts. San Francisco was also home to the pioneer Pan American Airways flying boat, which opened the Pacific Ocean to air travel. Sierra1

$ 19.50
SAN FRANCISCO'S INTERURBAN TO SAN MATEO Walter Vielbaum, Robert Townley, Walter Rice, Emiliano Echeverria and Don Holmgren 128 pages softcover Arcadia

The 40 Line, or San Mateo Interurban, began in 1892 with an initial segment operating between Market and Steuart Streets out to the county limits on San Jose Avenue. By 1903 service was opened all the way to downtown San Mateo. Following much the same route as today's Mission Street, El Camino Real, and Caltrain, the San Mateo Interurban carried over four million passengers a year along its main and spur lines until 1949, when the system was shut down amidst much fanfare. Sierra1

$ 19.50
SAN FRANCISCO'S MARKET STREET RAILWAY Walt Vielbaum, Philip Hoffman, Grant Ute and Robert Townley 128 pages softcover Arcadia

The Market Street Railway Company thrived in an age when rails ruled San Francisco. Spanning the Roaring Twenties, the Great Depression, and the boom times of World War II, it had a long and legendary lifetime that is deeply ingrained in the city's early identity. Gradually, however, it became challenged by the emergence of the automobile, cheaper motor coaches, and 'nickel jitneys' competing cars on the same routes. Sierra1

$ 19.50
SAN FRANCISCO'S POWELL STREET CABLE CARS Emiliano Echeverria and Walter Rice 128 pages softcover

San Francisco's cable cars are an internationally recognized symbol of the city, but they also have a long and fractious history. The Powell Street lines have been the subject of much controversy through the years, due to a complex lineage of private and public ownership. Among the story's twists and turns are the line's actual routes following the 1906 earthquake, which caused heavy damage and forced major repairs. The Powell lines were taken over by the city in 1944, but the mayor tried to abandon them in 1947. The public disapproved of this move, and since then the Powell Street line has only grown in stature and its importance to San Francisco. Sierra1

$ 19.50
SEVEN IRON MEN - THE MERRITTS AND THE DISCOVERY OF THE MESABI RANGE Paul de Kruif 256 pages softcover

In the tradition of great American rags to riches stories, Seven Iron Men weaves together the history of how the seven Merritt brothers discovered iron ore on the Mesabi Range. In 1890 they were poised to become one of the wealthiest families in America-but then they lost it all to industrialist John D. Rockefeller. Sierra1

$ 17.50
SOUTHERN PACIFIC WATER LINES - MARINE BAY & RIVER OPERATIONS OF THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC SYSTEM David Myrick 132 pages hardcover

An overview of the history, operations, legend and lore of the SP's various steamship, ferry and river operations, including the Morgan Line to New York, Louisiana, California Ferry and Riverboat operations and SP's construction 'Navies'. 40 color and 150 black and white photos. Sierra1

$ 55.50
SP VOL 30 T&NO GS CLASS 4449-88 T&NO 706-08 Jeff Ainsworth softcover

This volume covers SP GS-4 #4449 to SP GS-8 #4488 and T&NO GS-1 #706 to # 708. Sierra1

$ 26.50
SP VOL 35 SP P CLASS 4-6-2 PACIFIC SP P-1 #2400 - P-5 #2444 T&NO P-5 #600- P-6 #612 Jeff Ainsworth softcover

This volume includes SP P-1 # 2400 to P-5 # 2444 plus T&NO P-5 # 600 to # 612 on the back cover is SP # 600 leaving the KCS depot in Shreveport, La. with Train # 25 bound for Houston, Texas. SPv 35 also has a two page center spread in the Bay Area. Sierra1

$ 26.50
SP VOL 37 COAST LINE LOS ANGELES TO WATSONVILLE JUNCTION Jeff Ainsworth softcover

Sierra1

$ 26.50
SR&RL PASSENGER CARS S/C "Gary Kohler softcover

This is the first of a 2 volume set looking at the passenger cars of Maine's 2 foot Sandy River & Rangeley Lakes Railroad. This volume includes an overview of the passenger cars, baggage/RPO cars, Parlor Car and Combines. Well illustrated with many photos and drawings." Sierra1

$ 27.50
STEAM AT ALLENDALE Ian Wilson 192 pages hardcover

Turn the clock back more than forty years to the last decade of steam operation on the network of CNR lines radiating out of Allandale. Between these covers you will journey by mixed train through the scenic crannies of the Niagara Escarpment; stand trackside at Gravenhurst as Mikado locomotives change places on the head end of hot paper trains; travel by way freight through apple orchards to the sparkling waters of Georgian Bay; witness the Penetang mixed train winding through tall grass; study the servicing rituals being performed on steam engines coming and going from the 27-stall Allandale roundhouse; and stand on the station platform as number 41 rolls in behind a 6000-series Mountain Type. 248 photos. Sierra1

$ 67.00
STEAM ECHOES OF HAMILTON Ian Wilson 192 pages hardcover

Until someone invents a time machine, the best way to visit the railway operations of yesteryear in Southern Ontario is through the pages of Ian Wilson's books. Take a trip back to the past in the vicinity of Hamilton, Ontario, steel manufacturing centre of Canada. In addition to the variety of industrial switching and downtown operations, you will enjoy exploring the Hagersville Subdivision southward from Hamilton. Take a branchline train ride through Caledonia and Jarvis to the scenic north shore of Lake Erie. Watch the small engines and mixed trains amid the scenic surroundings of Simcoe, Port Rowan and Port Dover. Sierra1

$ 69.00
STEAM IN THE PINES- HISTORY THE TEXAS STATE RAILROAD Jonathan Garland 76 pages softcover

This is a history of the Texas State Railroad from it's beginning as the Kansas & Gulf Shortline RR to it's transformation into a tourist line. Sierra1

$ 12.00
STEAM LOCOMOTIVE -GATEFOLD COLLECTION This is a childrens book. Sierra1 $ 15.00
STEAM SCENES AT ALLENDALE "Ian Wilson 192 pages hardcover

Stand amid cinder-blanketed shop tracks as locomotives are serviced at the Allandale roundhouse; watch the bustling yard engine switch cars for local assignments; visit the magnificent station platform as passenger trains make connections; witness way freights and mixed trains embarking for the picturesque environs of Collingwood, Meaford, Penetang, Georgetown and Parry Sound; and experience the sadness of dead engines languishing on storage tracks after autumn 1958. Journey to the busy yards at Orillia, Gravenhurst and Huntsville, where North Bay passenger trains and local switchers share the spotlight. See diesel cars pounding along the branchline from Burlington through Palgrave and Beeton, and venture to the wilds of Algonquin Park on the remnants of the old Canada Atlantic Railway. Marvel at a mixture of neat railway stations and grounds in an era when CN Express trucks, mail sacks and milk cans shared platforms with passengers. Behold steam locomotives amid their natural habitat of wooden trestles, 70-foot turntables, crossing shanties, water tanks and timber coaling plants against a backdrop of Ontario's most beautiful scenery in the Niagara Escarpment, Lake Simcoe, Georgian Bay and Muskoka regions." Sierra1

$ 67.00
STEAM TRAINS A MODERN VIEW OF YESTERDAYS RAILROADS "James Bell 192 pages hardcover

Few images speak as clearly of a time and a place as a dramatic black-and-white photograph of an American steam locomotive powering through that storied era of railroad history. All the new photographs in this beautiful book meticulously recreate that original style, capturing the bygone age of steam rail against the settings of its heyday, including period architecture and other details." Sierra1 "

$ 28.00
STEEL RAILS & SILVER WINGS Robert Serling and George Foster 144 pages hardcover

This book covers the history of the collaboration between the Santa Fe and Pennsylvania Railroad on transcontinental air transport. Sierra1

$ 33.00
STOCK CAR CYCLOPEDIA VOL 1 "100 pages softcover

There were roughly 100,000 stock cars out of 2,000,000 freight cars in the United States. That's 5 out of every 100 cars. And the variation in the fleets of the stock car era? Huge. Whether the west, east, north or south; stock cars could be seen on virtually any road." Sierra1

$ 27.50
STREET RAILWAYS OF LOUISIANA Louis C. Hennick 152 pages softcover

This history of street and interurban electric railways of Louisiana outlines and accentuates a fascinating and marvelous period of growth enjoyed by the state's larger cities, the interval of time between the 1870s and the late 1920s. Hennick details street railways from all over the state; from Alexandria to Baton Rouge, Lake Charles to Shreveport. He also gives special attention to the major rail lines, such as the O-K Line and the Burnside Tramway, and the major companies investing in the street railway projects, such as the St. Tammany & New Orleans Railways and Ferry Co., and the Southwestern Traction & Power Co. Sierra1

$ 27.50
TAKE THE TRAIN TO TOWN THE STORY ABOUT THE BONNER COUNTY (ID) RAILROADS Paul Rechnitzer 300 pages softcover

In this book the author, through old newspaper clippings, artifacts, and attributed works of others, writes about the four railroads that were a part of pioneering in this part of the Idaho panhandle, beginning in 1883. This includes the Great Northern, Northern Pacific, Spokane International, Idaho & Washington Northern Railway, and Milwaukee Road. Tango1 "

$ 36.50

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