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[1-930013-01-9] 2000. (4to) Near fine in near fine dust jacket. 156pp. Photographs, maps, illustrations, appendix, tables, index. "This is a railroaders' story. It is an accurate and detailed account developed from numerous interviews and reports from railroad personnel that describes an incident which now stands alone in the annals of railroad history. During the first days of 1952, the Southern Pacific Railroad found itself battling a series of fierce winter snow storms that threatened all train operations. Eventually even the huge rotary snowplows could not keep ahead of the record snowfall". Time Period 1952-1963. Locale: California--United States; San Francisco--California. (Transportation, History--United States, Southern Pacific Railroad, Steam Locomotives, Trains, Weather)
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