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Books7 of 32Artistry In ArmsThe Lucky Lawrences by Kathleen Norris, First Edition 1930
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The Age Of Steam
By: Beebe & Clegg
Published By: Rinehart & Company, Inc. (1946-1960)
Forward By: Lucius Beebe & Charles Clegg (Virginia City 1957)
Photo #2:
Right page: Union Pacific 2-8-2 leaves Orofino with fifty-eight empties for the logging town of Headquarters.
Left page: The 149 mile long Camus Prairie Railroad in Northern Idaho.
Photo #3: Pillar of Cloud by Day. U.P. 818, one of Union Pacific's magnificent 800 Series, believed by many to be the handsomest steam engines of all time, pulls a local across the Great Plains at Sand Creek Junction, Colorado, in 1953.
Photo #4: Virginia & Carolina Southern crossing the trestles spanning the sinister waters of Southern bayous.

Thanks for looking,
Dave

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  1. pw-collector pw-collector, 1 year ago
    Thanks mustangtony for the appreciation.
    Dave
  2. walksoftly walksoftly, 1 year ago
    Great pictures!
  3. pw-collector pw-collector, 1 year ago
    Thanks walksoftly for the comment & appreciation.
    The book is full of great pictures and stories of the early steam locomotives.
    Dave
  4. pw-collector pw-collector, 1 year ago
    Thanks gargoylecollector for the appreciation.
    Dave
  5. pw-collector pw-collector, 6 months ago
    Thanks Manikin, vetraio50 & aghcollect for the appreciation.
    Dave
  6. pw-collector pw-collector, 6 months ago
    Thanks Vintagefran for the appreciation.
    Dave

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