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Trains in Transition

by BEEBE, Lucius

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New York: Bonanza Books, n.y.. Hardcover. 4to. Light brown cloth with brown spine lettering, pictorial dust jacket. xiii, 210pp. Frontispiece, numerous illustrations. Near fine/very good. Faint jacket edgewear and touch of rubbing. A tight and quite attractive reprint edition of this 1941 D. Appleton-Century Company survey by the ever-popular and prolific Beebe.




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