Silver San Juan: The Rio Grande Southern Railroad download epub
by Mallory Hope Ferrell
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the Rio Grande Southern Railroad. by Mallory Hope Ferrell. Published 1973 by Pruett Pub. Co. in Boulder, Colo.
Book by Ferrell, Mallory Hope. Number 34 of 750 numbered copies signed by Ferrell. For 60 years the trains of the Rio Grande Southern Railroad carried the economy of the San Juans. 643 pages of text, photographs, maps and rosters. Employee time table and system map in rear pocket.
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Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 18 years ago. If you own one book on the RGS, this has to be it. Best book on the rgs. Published by Thriftbooks. Silver San Juan is simply the best single book on the Rio Grande Southern that you can get!Silver San Juan tells a fairly complete story of this narrow gauge railroad; how and why it was built, the life and times of the line, and its' eventual demise. It covers the line from North to South and touches on all the branches in between. Plus, it includes detailed rosters and photos of the locomotives and rolling stock of this little railroad that you simply cannot get anywhere else.
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Model Railroad Forum. best books for rio grande southern. Probably the best book with lots of pix and plans is "Silver San Juan - The Rio Grande Southern" by Mallory Hope Ferrell, 1973, Pruett Publishing, ISBN 0-87108-057-5. Page 1. Contact options for registered users. But I would also highly recommend "The Rio Grande Southern Railroad" by Josie Moore Crum, 1961, San Juan History, no ISBN. Mrs. Crum was the wife of an RGS engineer and knew all the RR people first hand.
The Rio Grande Southern Railroad was a narrow gauge railroad which ran from Durango to Ridgway in the . Juan Mountains