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Publication Date: 2002
This gorgeous collection of photographs of fifty railroad stations, from the great urban terminals to the charming one-room rural stations, is a celebration of America. From North Conway, New Hampshire to Raton, New Mexico; from Whitefish, Montana, to Oakland, California, the railroad station is an emblem of the freedom, industry, and pride of a nation. This beautiful volume includes railroad lore and trivia throughout and an insightful introduction covering the history and development of the station as an exemplar of American architectural styles.Brian Solomon is the author of 'America's Railroad Stations', published 2002 under ISBN 9780517220016 and ISBN 0517220016.
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