Author: Elmer G. Sulzer,Indiana University Press
Publisher: Indiana University Press; 1998 edition edition (October 1, 1998)
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Ghost Railroads of Indiana book. Published October 1st 1998 by Indiana University Press. Ghost Railroads of Indiana.
Ghost Railroads of Indiana book. First printed in 1970, Elmer Sulzer's study of the abandoned railroads of Indiana quickly proved itself invaluable to both the serious student of railroading and the railroad "buff. 0253334837 (ISBN13: 9780253334831).
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Ghost Railroads of Indiana A Customer said the definitive work on abandoned railroads of Indiana. Sulzer's writing style can be a little disjointed at times, but there's a wealth of good information in this book. At long last, Elmer Sulzers definitive work on abandoned railroads of Indiana has been reprinted. Sulzer's writing style can be a little disjointed at times, but there's a wealth of good information in this book [email protected] Material about the late 1800's and turn of the century railroading as well as early 1900's is difficult if not impossible to come by.
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com: GHOST RAILROADS OF INDIANA: This work covers the railroads of Indiana the state that has been recognized as the "Cross Roads of America. Home Sulzer, Elmer G. Ghost railroads of indiana
com: GHOST RAILROADS OF INDIANA: This work covers the railroads of Indiana the state that has been recognized as the "Cross Roads of America. Maps show the web of railroad lines in the state. The book includes many interesting tales of railroad flavor-tales of freight trains, passenger trains, commuter trains, miner's trains, tales of wrecks, financial genius, and agricultural plenty. The book contains photographs, illustrations, drawings, maps, appendices, and a bibliography. Sulzer, Elmer G. Published by Vane A. Jones C. Indianapolis, IN, 1970.
Hardback with dustjacket, 270 pages. Illustrated throughout - dustjacket has missable short tear and very light wear but displays well, inner pages in nice clean excellent condition. From United KingdomType: Books. Hardback with dustjacket, 258 pages. Illustrated throughout and in excellent condition.
Publisher:Indiana University Press.
First printed in 1970, Elmer Sulzer's study of the abandoned railroads of Indiana quickly proved itself invaluable to both the serious student of railroading and the railroad ""buff. Publisher:Indiana University Press.
Chicago, Danville and Vincennes Railroad (Indiana Division). Redirected from Pumpkin Vine Railroad). The Indiana Division or Coal Branch of the Chicago, Danville and Vincennes Railroad (also known as the Pumpkin Vine Railroad) carried coal from mines south of Covington, Indiana in the 1870s. The branch began at Bismarck in Vermilion County, Illinois and ran southeast across neighboring Warren County, Indiana.
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Operated after 1922 as the Chicago, Attica and Southern Railroad, it deteriorated in the 1930s and was scrapped around 1945. Few traces of the route remain. Winthrop E.