Civil War Railroads & Models :: Edwin P. Alexander

Civil War Railroads & Models :: Edwin P. Alexander soon to be presented for sale on the impressive BookLovers of Bath web site!

New York: Clarkson N. Potter, 1977, Hardback in dust wrapper.

Contains: Black & white photographs; Diagrams; List of sources;

From the cover: For all railroad fans, historians, and model builders, this is the definitive work on Civil War railroads and models. Profusely illustrated with 280 photographs and drawings, it is the result of many years of research by the renowned authority on railroads Edwin P. Alexander.

The Civil War has been called the first railroad war because of the important part played by the railroads in moving troops and supplies during the bloody conflict. The Civil War was the first major military action in which railroads served to any degree, and commanders in many instances were slow to grasp the great p…

Very Good in Poor Dust Wrapper. Unlaminated dust wrapper a little edgeworn and faded with heavy fading to the spine, loss to the spine ends. A little age-toning to the edges of the text block. Text complete, clean and tight.

Quarter-bound Black on Red boards with Gilt titling to the Spine. 255 pages. Index. Bibliography. 12¼” x 9¼”.

Of course, if you don’t like this one, may I sweet-talk you into considering additional gorgeous books that are part of my Modelling catalogue?

Always buying books in the Bath & Bristol area…

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