Good. 0801571472. Edges chipped, spine crease. Introduction by F. Nelson Blount. Appendix, black and white photos. A magnificent photographic essay detailing the complete story of the Long Island Rail Road, one of America's oldest and most unusual, whose operations once included far-flung steamboat and ferry services, and whose roadbed runs from the black tubes under the East River to the sandy wilderness of Montauk.; 4to 11"-13" tall; 320 pages.
VG Oversized Hard cover in dust jacket. Â Oversized. Â Clean text--NO writing, NO highlighting to text. Â Very Good condition Hard cover in dust jacket or in pictorial boards. Â Oversized. Â Clean text--NO writing, NO highlighting to text. Â Very Good condition. PLEASE NOTE: Domestic US media (standard) US orders ONLY. Â NO international orders.
Very Good + Very Good DJ. Second Printing. 8vo = over 9" 320pp. Maroon leatherette hardcovers, gilt lettering on spine. Story of the LIRR, packed with black and white photos. Top/bottom spine edges and corners slightly bumped, very clean inside and out, binding tight. Dustjacket has some minor edge wear, a couple tiny scuff marks on front, slight browning at edges, in protective mylar cover.
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