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Colorado Rail Annual No. 32
Stock #: KB11221
Publisher: Colorado Railroad Museum
"Colorado Railroads without Mountains"
THREE COMPLETE STORIES COMPRISE THIS ANNUAL. *The 15-mile San Luis Central has faithfully served a rich agricultural district in the San Luis Valley for over a century, owning only three locomotives during its lifetime. Having outlived many more famous lines, its full history is presented here for the first time by John Gruber. *Union Pacific’s Greeley branch tapped a rich sugar beet growing area, and its fortunes rose and fell along with the once important Colorado sugar industry. Historian Kenton Forrest gives a complete account of the railroad line and the area it served for many years. *The Arkansas Valley Railway is famous for being the first Colorado railroad abandonment. Author Robert W. McLeod provides a detailed history of the important role it played at the dawn of the Colorado railroad era.Hard cover.
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