Good in fair dust jacket. Inside pages mostly clean-light moisture stains bottom corner of pages starting in back matter. Jacket getting fragile. 631 p. Includes Illustrations. Oversize reference on western trains shows light wear but overall is still very useful--lots of B/W photos on clean pages.
Near Fine in Very Good-dust jacket. DJ has a tear along the front flap fold, light chipping, short tears at the hinge, light rubbing. Looks good in a protective Brodart covering. This book is NOT signed; 4to; Large heavy book. Not signed; Signed by Author.
Near Fine in Good jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. 631pp. incl. index; HB palegray w/red; sight rub w/clean, tight pgs. DJ gray w/yellow-pic. cover; rubbed w/spine&edges sunned; wear on edges&corners. 121 photographs. 7 pictures in full color. maps&memorabilia.
Centennial edition. The story of the Southern Pacific Railroad system that dominated the West Coast from Oregon to Los Angeles, Texas, and the Southwest, and of its earliest component, the Central Pacific Railroad. 631 pages of text, approximately 900 photographs and illustrations (7 in color), and maps. 121 of the photographs are by the noted railroad photographer, Richard Steinheimer. Near fine in almost very good dust jacket with shallow chipping to the base of the spine panel, several short edge tears, and long tear to the front flap fold.
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