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Locomotives of the Rio Grande - A Detailed Locomotive Roster of The Rio Grande System 1871 - 1980 by ALBI, Charles
ALBI, Charles
Locomotives of the Rio Grande - A Detailed Locomotive Roster of The Rio Grande System 1871 - 1980

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The Moffat Tunnel - A Brief History by ALBI, Charles & FORREST, Kenton
ALBI, Charles & FORREST, Kenton
The Moffat Tunnel - A Brief History

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Railroading in the Rockies a Half Century Ago by ALBI, Charles; HAUCK, Cornelius W. & JONES, William C. (eds.)
ALBI, Charles; HAUCK, Cornelius W. & JONES, William C. (eds.)
Railroading in the Rockies a Half Century Ago

Colorado Rail Annual No. 18

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Rebel of the Rockies - The Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad by ATHEARN, Robert
ATHEARN, Robert
Rebel of the Rockies - The Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad

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Rio Grande - Mainline of the Rockies by BEEBE, Lucius & CLEGG, Charles
BEEBE, Lucius & CLEGG, Charles
Rio Grande - Mainline of the Rockies

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Narrow Gauge in the Rockies by BEEBE, Lucius & CLEGG, Charles
BEEBE, Lucius & CLEGG, Charles
Narrow Gauge in the Rockies

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Farewell to Cumbres - Denver & Rio Grande 1880 - 1970 by CHAPPELL, Gordon
CHAPPELL, Gordon
Farewell to Cumbres - Denver & Rio Grande 1880 - 1970

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Narrow Gauge Transcontinental - Through Gunnison Country & Black Canon Revisited by CHAPPELL, Gordon & HAUCK, Cornelius W.
CHAPPELL, Gordon & HAUCK, Cornelius W.
Narrow Gauge Transcontinental - Through Gunnison Country & Black Canon Revisited

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Scenic Line of the World / Black Canon Revisited - The Story of America's Only Narrow Gauge Transcontinental by CHAPPELL, Gordon & HAUCK, Cornelius W.
CHAPPELL, Gordon & HAUCK, Cornelius W.
Scenic Line of the World / Black Canon Revisited - The Story of America's Only Narrow Gauge Transcontinental

The narrow gauge line of the Denver & Rio Grande through the Rockies. This line was supplanted in 1890 by a new standard gauge line, leaving only the Black Canon of the Gunnison as a narrow gauge section into the 1950s. Historic photographs throughout.

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