Motive Power of the Union Pacific

R 200.00  

Authors: William W. Kratville and Harold E. Ranks 
Publisher: Barnhart Press (1977)
Edition: Sixth Printing
Book Condition: Maroon cloth with gilt lettering on cover & spine. Extensively illustrated with b&w photographs. Waterstained along top edge and fore-edge of last 50 pages of book - does not extend into text block. Otherwise a very presentable copy.
Dust Jacket Condition: DJ waterstained along top edge. Some rubbing, chipping and closed tears. Spine Sunned.
Binding: Hardcover with dust jacket
Pages: 317
Dimensions: 28.5 x 22.4 x 2.5 cm
Weight: 1.6 kg

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The authors of Motive Power of the Union Pacific are life-long students of railroading. Besides their extreme interest in locomotives in general, the authors have for most of their lifetimes, collected every available document and photograph pertaining to Union Pacific motive power and have spent countless hours of their time studying first-hand, the locomotives of this great transcontinental carrier.

Every type of steam locomotive is covered as well as complete chapters on all the turbines and three classes of diesels - passenger, freight and yard.

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