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Published by Sundance Publications in Denver, Colo .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Colorado.

Subjects:

  • Uintah Railway.,
  • Mine railroads -- Colorado.,
  • Narrow gauge railroads -- Colorado.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes indexes.

Statementby Rodger Polley.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTF25.U36 .P65 1999
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6897528M
ISBN 100913582689
LC Control Number00699923
OCLC/WorldCa42019031

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  Uintah Railway pictorial This edition published in by Sundance Publications in Denver, Colo. Uintah Railway Pictorial. 2 volume set. Mack to Atchee; Atchee to Watson. Signed Copy by Polley, Rodger Edition: First Edition Book condition: VG: in very good condition with clear dust jackets. Publisher's stamp (possibly limitation numbers) at half title pages Book Description. Uintah Railway pictorial. [Rodger Polley] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book: All Authors / Contributors: Rodger Polley. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes. (The UINTAH RAILWAY PICTORIAL by Rodger Polley -Sundance Publications, Limited. The Uintah Railway Pictorial is one such work. Picture guide.L - R 1. Front cover of Vol. II is a reproduction of original art by John Coker.).End date:

  Buy Uintah Railway Pictorial: Mack to Atchee by Polley, Rodger (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. The road north over Baxter Pass joins the old Uintah Railway grade at Uintah milepost ~ x x x x Photo 8 At numerous points along the route, the road diverges from the old grade, typically to bypass missing trestles. This is one . 18 rows  The Uintah Railway was a small 3 ft ( mm) narrow gauge railroad company in Utah and Headquarters: Mack, Colorado.   Rodger Polley covered the line in two volumes, published in 99 and 02 by Sundance as the Uintah Railway Pictorial, Volume I and II. Tons of pics, lots of text, plus maps, etc make these must haves for the serious Uintah fan. Another worthy book is Henry E. Bender's Uintah Railway: The Gilsonite Route (Heimburger House, ).

photographs of the only railroad to penetrate the vast Uintah Basin of Western Colorado and Eastern Utah. The ultra-sharp curves required specially built equipment which allowed it to become a profitable railroad. A fine copy bound i n yellow cloth lettered in gilt, in fine pictorial dust jacket. Price: $ Uintah Railway Pictorial: Volume 1 - Mack to Atchee ~ by Rodger Polley Uintah Railway Pictorial: Mack to Atchee "The picture story of the singularly unique Uintah Railway begins at Mack, Colorado, as this steam narrow-gauge line was constructing a hotel, office building and water tank during "Uintah Railway Pictorial: Vol. This -page, quarto-size, hardcover book published in by Sundance Publications. This copy is signed by Polley on the frontispiece, but is not numbered. The previous owner has lightly penciled a neat acquisition note on the front date: Uintah Railway Pictorial – Volume II by Rodger Polley Current Price from Sundance $ Concludes the story of this unique narrow-gauge railroad which ran until Mile-by-mile coverage of the line begins at the Atchee division point and up the percent grade and sharp curves of Baxter Pass–with a pause at Lake McAndrews.