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Narrow Gauge Country, 1870-1970 ~ by Mallory Hope Ferrell  Narrow Gauge Country, 1870-1970

"The 372-page volume features railroads such as the Denver & Rio Grande; Rio Grande Southern; Denver, South Park & Pacific; Colorado & Southern; Gilpin Tramway Co.; Argentine Central; Uintah Railway; Silverton Railroad; Silverton, Gladstone & Northernly; Colorado Central; Florence & Cripple Creek; Denver, Leadville & Gunnison; Montezuma Lumber Co.; Greely, Salt Lake & Pacific; Colorado & Northwestern; New Mexico Lumber Co.; Pagosa Lumber Co.; Tierra Amarilla Southern Railroad; and the Boston Coal & Fuel Co., among others."

Narrow Gauge Nostalgia -  A compendium of California short lines by George Turner
Narrow Gauge Nostalgia - A compendium of California short lines
"Over 90 years of slim rail logging and mining history in California are represented. 160 pages of text, rare photographs, maps and numerous dimensional diagrams of locomotives, cars and structures."   Among many others, Mt. Lowe, Diamond & Caldor, Nevada Narrow Gauge, Bodie & Benton are covered.

Narrow Gauge Portrait - South Pacific Coast  ~ by Bruce MacGregor
Narrow Gauge Portrait - South Pacific Coas
"Bruce MacGregor's sequel to his South Pacific Coast, published in 1968. Here it is again, that fascinating myth of a railroad, with 261 newly discovered photographs, plus more historical detail. A book to go with the first book, but in many ways covering new ground, new frames of history simply lost to the first. This second generation document has a wealth of new information about a splendid narrow gauge railroad that passed through the east San Francisco Bay area and climbed over the high hills to the Santa Cruz coast."

Narrow Gauge to Central and Silver Plume: Route of the Famed Georgetown Loop  ~ by  Cornelius W. Hauck
Narrow Gauge to Central and Silver Plume: Route of the Famed Georgetown Loop

Narrow Gauge to Jerome: The United Verde and Pacific Railway ~ by Russell Wahmann
Narrow Gauge to Jerome : The United Verde and Pacific Railway

The story of the 26-mile long narrow guage United Verde and Pacific Railway as it serviced the United Verde Copper Company of Jerome, Arizona.

Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway ~ by Richard E. Prince
Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway
Details the h
istory and steam Locomotives of the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway

Nevada County Narrow Gauge ~ by Gerald Best
Nevada County Narrow Gauge
"
Comprehensive photo history of the famed Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad Company,  which served  the California gold country communities of Nevada City, Grass Valley and Colfax from 1876 to 1942.   It had the highest bridges and most spectacular trestles. 10 pictures per mile of track, incl mines, mining towns, RR personnel and complete photographic roster of all its locomotives, freight and passenger cars. Track diagrams and fold-out maps included."

New Haven Railroad (Railroad Color History)   ~  by Peter Lynch
New Haven Railroad
"Captured in rare archival imagery, readers can explore the "New Haven", the legendary railroad of New York, New Haven, and Hartford. From 1872 to 1969 this railroad connected Boston and Providence with New York City.  . . . The book includes a large selection of New Haven print advertising featuring the famous Shore Line Route as well as the memorable orange, black, and white color scheme. "
~ Motorbooks

New York Central Railroad ~ by Brian Solomon
New York Central Railroad
"This is a great short history of the New York Central System. Chapters 1 to 4 deal with the makeup of the system and history. Chapter 5 deals with Grand Central Terminal and New York electrification. Chapter 6 is the steam locomotive fleet. Chapter 7 is the diesel locomotives. Chapter 8 is the electric locomotives. Chapters 9 & 10 are about the freight and passenger service. The pictures used in the book are great. The amount of information is remarkable. If I were to purchase only one book on the New York Central System, this would be the book. "  ~ Richard Cloutier

New York, Susquehanna & Western Railroad ~ by Robert E. Mohowski
New York, Susquehanna & Western Railroad NYS&W
"
... traces the company's tangled history from the founding of its direct ancestor—the New Jersey, Hudson, and Delaware Railroad—in 1832 through its acquisition by the Erie Railroad in 1898, its reemergence as an independent entity in 1940, and its thirty-six-year-long struggle to keep the railroad in business." ~ Amazon.com

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