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CB&Q Color Guide to Freight & Passenger Equipment

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Book - CB&Q Color Guide to Freight & Passenger Equipment - Michael Spoor
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TitleCB&Q Color Guide to Freight & Passenger Equipment
Additional Authorsnone
CategoryPrototype Railroads
Page Count128
PublisherMorning Sun Books (Details)
Publication Date
Original Publication Date1995
EditorUnknown (Details)

Notes: Mike was a longtime railroad enthusiast, railroad historian and author, and nationally known model railroader. He was a member of The Burlington Route Historical Society and served on the Board of Directors and as Editor of Burlington Route Historical Society publications for many years. He also authored five books on the Burlington and was working on a sixth volume at the time of his death. Mike's Chicago Burlington & Quincy Railroad Chicago & Aurora Divisions is regarded as one of the top model railroad layouts in the country. He was also an active participant in the nationally recognized Prototype Modelers and ProRail groups.
Morning Sun Books specializes in vintage railroad photography, expertly restored and reproduced on high gloss coated paper in large formats, complemented by historic memorabilia from the featured road. Morning Sun Books is the only publisher offering true coast-to-coast, border-to-border coverage of America’s glory years of railroading: the late steam and early diesel period, as well as rolling stock.
Item created by: denverdave49 on 2022-11-14 22:08:45. Last edited by denverdave49 on 2022-11-17 23:12:29

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