Classic North American Steam


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An era ended in 1960, when the major railroads in the United States dieselized. Having served the continent for more than a century, North America's most visible symbol of industrial supremacy was obsolete. In railroad yards everywhere, thousands of steam engines stood gathering rust or waiting silently for a call to service that never came; still more perished unceremoniously, sold off and cut up for scrap metal. But a handful of railroads went out of their way to keep steam alive. This stunning volume is a pictorial ...

Classic North American Steam 2001, MetroBooks (NY), New York

ISBN-13: 9781586632052