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Canadian National's Western Depots : The Country Stations in Western Canada. First Edition in dustjacket

By: BOHI, Charles

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Railfare Enterprises, Toronto, 1977, ISBN:0919130283:

Seller ID: 76116


BOHI, Charles. Canadian National's Western Depots : The Country Stations inWestern Canada . Toronto: Railfare Enterprises, 1977. First Edition. Pp. 1 -127,(1). Illustrated. Double column. 4to, green cloth with gilt lettering to front and spine. Foreword by Anthony Clegg. "This new book will be a delight to the historian, the student of architecture, the local townspeople, as well as the railway enthusiast. Author Charles Bohi has spent countless summers combing Canada's west for information. He has photographed several thousand stations and structures. His exhaustive studies have enabled h... View more info

Canadian Trackside Guide 1987.

By: Bytown Railway Society

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Bytown Railway Society, Ottawa, 1987,:

Seller ID: 92001


(Bytown Railway Society). Canadian Trackside Guide 1987. Ottawa : Bytown Railway Society, Inc., (1987). Various paginations (totalling 222 pages). 8vo, illustrated white card covers. Contents : 1. Class I and II Railroad Locomotives. 2. Industrial and Short Line Locomotives. 3. Preserved Railway andTraction Equipment. 4. Passenger Cars. 5. Urban Rail Systems. 6. Cabooses. 7. Rail Mounted Cranes. 8. Snowfighting Equipment and Spreaders. 9. Rail S ervice Equipment. Very good. 20.00 View more info

150 Years of Canadian Railroads. First Canadian Edition in dustjacket

By: FITZSIMONS, Bernard

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Royce Publications, Toronto, 1984, ISBN:0774035366:

Seller ID: 98690


FITZSIMONS, Bernard. 150 Years of Canadian Railroads. (Toronto): Royce Publications, (1984). First Canadian Edition. Pp (6),[7]-155,(5). Large 8vo [240 x 310 mm], maroon cloth, gilt lettering to spine. "Behind the modern railways map of Canada, with its great transcontinental routes, its network of grain lines in the Prairies, its northern extensions tapping the mineral riches of Labrador and the Northwest Territories, lie 150 years of colourful and exciting history. The first short lines, built to bypass obstacles in the waterways that formed the natural routes of settlement, were followe... View more info

Newfie Bullet : The Story of Passenger Train Service in Newfoundland. signed.

By: LINGARD, Mont. LINGARD, Cory.

Price: $140.00

Publisher: Mont Lingard Publishing, Grand Falls-Windsor, NF, 2000, ISBN:0968146147:

Seller ID: 65209


LINGARD, Mont. The Newfie Bullet : The Story of Passenger Train Service in Newfoundland . Editing, Graphics and Photograph Layout [by] Cory Lingard. Grand Falls-Windsor, Newfoundland : "Published by Mont Lingard Publishing", (2000). First Edition. Pp. [i]-viii,1-128. Illustrated. Large 8vo, illustrated white card covers. "Passenger train service started in Newfoundland in June of 1882. Sixteen years later the first trans-island passenger train arrived in Port aux Basques, connecting with the S.S. Bruce, thus inaugurating a regular service to Canada and the United States. Learn abou... View more info

Stand Fast Craigellachie ; The Building of the Transcontinental Railway (1867-1885).

By: ROBERTSON, R.W.W.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Burns & MacEachern Limited, 1970,:

Seller ID: 97610


ROBERTSON, R.W.W. Stand Fast Craigellachie ; The Building of the Transcontinental Railway (1867-1885). N.pl.: Burns & MacEachern Limited, (1970). Pp (4),[1]-36,+ 8 pp plates. 8vo, illustrated white card covers. In the Adventures in Canadian History series. Craigellachie is the location of the ceremonial last spike which was performed on November 7, 1885. This was the completion date for the construction of the Canadian Pacific Railroad into British Columbia and the Pacific Ocean from the rest of Canada. First page corner-clipped, else very good. 15.00 View more info