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by Rudy J. Gerber

eBook Grand Canyon Railroad Illustrated Guidebook epub
  • ISBN: 0935810447
  • Author: Rudy J. Gerber
  • Genre: Travel
  • Subcategory: United States
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Primer Pub; First Edition edition (March 12, 1990)
  • ePUB size: 1867 kb
  • FB2 size 1588 kb
  • Formats doc mobi lrf lit


Grand Canyon Railroad : Illustrated Guidebook.

Grand Canyon Railroad : Illustrated Guidebook. All about the railroad: old coaches made new, ancient steam engines, historic hotels, stations and campsites along 64 miles of scenic track unlike any other railroad in the USA and the only one ever to penetrate to the heart of a national park.

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In addition to writing books, Wiatrowski also produces videos on historic railroads. I thoroughly enjoyed reading it! A lot of unknown facts about each major railroad and very interesting photographs as well. His productions have won Telly and Teddy awards, and one was selected for the Library of Congress Local Legacies Program.

A Guide to the mileposts, explorations, history, scenery, ghost towns, wildlife, volcanoes, and railroad equipment. Primer Publishers, 1990. How do you rate this product? 1 star.

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The Grand Canyon Railway offers daily train travel from Williams, Ariz  . Join us throughout 2019 as we celebrate the grandeur of one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. Grand Canyon Railway & Hotel.

The Grand Canyon Railway (reporting mark GCRX), is a heritage railroad which carries passengers between Williams, Arizona, and the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park. The 64-mile (103-kilometer) railroad, built by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa. The 64-mile (103-kilometer) railroad, built by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway, was completed on September 17, 1901. The arrival of trains led increased tourism to the area, and the railway company was instrumental in the creation of the Grand Canyon Village to serve guests.

All about the railroad: old coaches made new, ancient steam engines, historic hotels, stations and campsites along 64 miles of scenic track unlike any other railroad in the USA and the only one ever to penetrate to the heart of a national park. On 17 September 1989, 88 years to the day from the date the first steam engine puffed to the Grand Canyon, a reborn Grand Canyon train made its way from Williams to the Grand Canyon along the same historic route. The resurrection of the Grand Canyon Railway signifies more than steam and thunder, nostalgia and history. It is part of a growing recognition of the need to soften the environmental impact made by four million annual visitors to the Canyon. The railroad uses a clean burning fuel of oil and grey water for engine power and may reduce peak motor traffic in the Canyon park by as much as 4000 vehicles per day.
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