Fb2 Yellowstone Branch of the Union Pacific: Route of the Yellowstone Special ePub
by Thornton Waite
|Publisher:||T. Waite; First Edition edition (1996)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1886 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1469 kb|
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A wonderful history of the Union Pacific's line into Yellowstone National Park, covering in detail the construction, operation and current situation of the Yellowstone Branch
A wonderful history of the Union Pacific's line into Yellowstone National Park, covering in detail the construction, operation and current situation of the Yellowstone Branch. Delves into the motive power, the annual Spring opening for the tourist season, the Railroad Ranch, and life along the line from Idaho Falls to West Yellowstone. With foldout map of the railroad's terminus in Yellowstone with the location of all major buildings.
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YELLOWSTONE BRANCH OF THE UP: Route of the Yellowstone Special, by Thornton Waite. Published by and Author, 1997; ISBN: 096577290X; 100 pages; soft cover; thorough coverage of the Yellowstone Branch, with some info on Teton Valley Branch. An earlier work, Stories from the Yellowstone Branch, appeared in the July, 1988 (Vo., N. ) isuue of The Straemliner, the house organ of the Union Pacific Historical Society. Yellowstone By Train, A history of Rail Travel to America's First National Park, by Thornton Waite.
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Courtesy of Yellowstone Branch of the Union Pacific by Thornton Waite. The Great Depression, World War II, and the advent of the family automobile greatly affected the number of people travelling by train to West Yellowstone. Union Pacific at the West Entrance. In 1905, E. H. Harriman, president of the Union Pacific Railroad, traveled through Yellowstone National Park to meet with officials from the Northern Pacific Railroad. Following the earthquake on August 17, 1959, regular passenger service was discontinued. It resumed in 1960, but this was its last season.
Laid in is a full-page typed, signed letter from Thornton Waite indicating that this item was sent by Waite to the previous owner in thanks for a book sent to Waite
A charming portfolio of eight full-color 8-1/2 x 11 prints reproducing eight Union Pacific posters featuring "the Bears of Yellowstone" to advertise the benefits of rail travel to the National Park between 1925 and 1960. The prints are housed in a full-color folder with one of the prints reproduced on the front cover and all eight prints in thumbnail on the rear cover. Laid in is a full-page typed, signed letter from Thornton Waite indicating that this item was sent by Waite to the previous owner in thanks for a book sent to Waite. A charming and uncommon item. Seller Inventory 11916. More information about this seller Contact this seller 1. Results (1 - 1) of 1.
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