Very Good in Very Good jacket. 0713615710 Dust jacket condition: Very Good. Very nice clean copy. Text free of highlighting and writing. Tightly bound. Fascinating history of the Algoma Central Railway written by noted British railway authority, O. S. Nock. The book chronicles the origin and development of the Algoma under Francis Clergue, its bankruptcy when his Consolidated Lake Superior Corp. went under in 1903, and the growth of the company though the 1960s. Illustrated throughout with black and white (and a few color) photos and maps. 190 pages with index. 224 pages.
Very Good + in Very Good jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. VG+ in VG+ price clipped dj. Name on blank page opposite frontis. Text is clean and tight. 190 p., 48, 11 p. of plates,  leaves of plates: illustrations (some color / colour), facsimilies, maps; 26 cm. Includes index.
Good in Good jacket. 7.75 x 10. Dj has heavy edge wear and creasing with numerous short tears and small pieces missing, small area of sticker glue discoloration on front dj flap book has heavy edge wear and rubbing, binding tight, no writing, 190 pages including index, history of the railway from its construction through the various engines and the routes they take, lots of bw and a few color illustrations.
This book has many details about the line and the operating system. Lots of text with some pictures, line drawings, charts and maps that support the material . This is not a photo book on the line but is good for knowing the specifics. Overall a good book on the subject.
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