"Green Mountain Rails Vermont's Colorful Trains" was written by Robert Willoughby Jones with a foreword by Jim Shaughnessy. Published by Pine Tree Press, it is copyrighted 1994. The book is full of amazing, full color vintage railroad photographs of the rail lines of the Green Mountain State. The railroad history book is a color essay about the railroads operating in Vermont following World War II. Included are the state's two largest systems; Rutland and Central Vermont; seven smaller roads: St. Johnsbury & Lake Champlain, Montpelier & Wells River, Barre & Chelsea Montpelier :& Barre, Claredon & Pittsford, Hoosac Tunnel & Wilmington, and Springfield Terminal.
This travel book is one to treasure--a portrait of railroading you will not forget. 270 color photographs, a color end-paper map by John Signor, railroadiana illustrations -- printed on acid-free paper--, smyth sewn and durably bound.
This over-sized art book is 176 pages in length and has an extensive index. The book is complete with its dust jacket and is in very good vintage condition. There is some very minor bumping and scuffing on the dust jacket. The inside pages are clean and unmarked and the binding is tight. This railroadiana book measures approximately 11 3/8 inches by 8 3/4 inches and will be shipped Media Mail unless otherwise requested.
A true treasure for the railroading enthusiast or Vermont lover.
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