Rails to carry copper;: A history of the Magma Arizona Railroad download epub
by Gordon S Chappell
Rails to carry copper. a history of the Magma Arizona Railroad. by Gordon S. Chappell. The History of the Magma Arizona Railroad. a lot of good black and white photos.
Rails to carry copper. Published 1973 by Pruett Pub. Co. in Boulder, Colo. Magma Arizona Railroad Company, Magma Copper Company. Bibliography: p. 235-237. Part of illustrative matter in pocket. M1792 C47. The Physical Object. 243 p. Number of pages.
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The Magma Arizona Railroad was unique among short line railroads. Only 28 miles long, it had the distinction of being one of the last commercially operated steam powered railroads in the nation. Fine, bright copy in dust jacket. Inventory Number: 44519.
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The Magma Arizona Railroad has a history that is unique to the annals of short-line railroads. With over 200 photographs, maps and scale drawings, Rails To Carry Copper is a book that will appeal to rail fans and western buffs alike. Designed and built in 1914-15 as a narrow-gauge line to haul ore from the Magma copper mines around Superior, Arizona, the Magma featured only 28 miles of track. As the copper mining operation expanded, the volume of traffic on the Magma line increased accordingly, and The Magma Arizona Railroad has a history that is unique to the annals of short-line railroads.
2. rails to carry copper;: a histor. ISBN 10: 0871080567 ISBN 13: 9780871080561.
Rails to Carry Copper: A History of the Magma Arizona Railroad. Boulder, Colorado; Pruett Publishing Company, 1973. Includes over 200 photographs, maps, and scale drawings. History of the Magma Railroad. Images of Magma Arizona Railroad engines. php?title Magma Arizona Railroad&oldid 917805113". Categories: Defunct Arizona railroads. Fine in a lightly rubbed dust jacket with a small chip to head of spine and a small closed tear to top edge of front cover. Inventory Number: 43086.