Free eBook Moffat Road download
by Edward Taylor Bollinger
Author: Edward Taylor Bollinger
Publisher: Ohio Univ Pr; 2 edition (May 1, 1981)
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Edward Taylor Bollinger (Author). I have read this book cover to cover on the great mountain railroad that challenged the rockies before the Moffat Tunnel was constructed.
Edward Taylor Bollinger (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0918654298. This was an audacious standard gauge railroad pulling 4% grades going over Rollins Pass into Winter Park. Great pictures, historically accurate, and great reading.
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Edward Taylor Bollinger. This is primarily the story of David Moffat and a railroad, but it is also the story of some very stubborn mountains and some very rugged men. "Stubborn mountains and rugged me. That made me smile. Rugged mountains and stubborn men would be the more usual wording, but I get the impression that Bollinger wasn't a 'usual ma. He actually worked as a Gandy Dancer for the D&SL RR, and he was a preacher who settled in Fraser, Colorado. While reading, I had the strong sense that writing this book must have been a labor of love.
A narrative history of the Moffat Road - the Denver & Salt Lake Railroad, signed by the author. Rails That Climb : The Moffat Road.
A good history of western transportation
by Rydal Press, Santa Fe" is grossly erroneous. A good history of western transportation. Annotation c. by Book News, In. Portland, Or. Specifications. Colorado Railroad Museum.
com: The Moffat Road: VG+ in VG+ DJ. 359 pages, quarto. Very light rubbing to the edges and corners. Jacket in protective mylar. Jacket is slightly chipped at head and heel. There is light creasing along edges. A great book, with four hundered thirty illustrations, about America's most colorful railroad.
Eisenhower Tunnel, equivalent tunnel for road traffic, built 50 years later. University of Nebraska Press. Bollinger, Edward Taylor (1994). Cascade Tunnel, a similar and longer railroad tunnel in Washington (state). Boulder, CO: Johnson Publishing Company.