Attention Collectors!

The Crookedest Railroad

In The World

Here is a hardcover book that would be a fantastic addition to a collection!

You are bidding on a hardcover book with original dustjacket titled The Crookedest Railroad In The World - California's Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railroad. By Ted Wurm and Al Graves. Revised and Enlarged Edition. Published by Trans-Anglo Books, 1983.

This work details the activity of the Mt. Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railroad, operating north of San Francisco in redwood country. The road up was about one-half mile in elevation, moving from Mill Valley up to the big trees. Thirty years of steam history is here with more than 100 photographs of engines, rolling stock, and various scenic points. The endpapers are maps, showing many horseshoe turns, earning the term "crooked" for this rail line. Along with a roster of equipment, there is a bibliography and an index. A great addition to a railroading library.

A history of the Mt. Tamalpais and Muir Wood Railroad of California. The planning, construction and equipment used, with complete details of all engines-geared Shays and Heislers, the Porter 0-4-0, all motor cars, passenger coaches, and odd gravity cars are detailed. The old time railroad men who rode the "Wiggle Cars" down seven percent
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