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Colorado Rail Annual 1965 by Hauck CW ed3
Colorado Annual 1967 by Gordon S Chappell5
Colorado Rail Annual, No. 06: by Bernard Kelly6
To Santa Fe by narrow gauge: The D&RG's "Chili Line" by Gordon S Chappell7
The Collected Colorado Rail Annual Reprints from Issues 1-7 by Cornelius W. Hauck1-7
Narrow Gauge Transcontinental: Through Gunnison Country & Black Canyon Revisited by Gordon Chappell8
Galloping Geese on the Rio Grande Southern, Colorado Rail Annual No. 9 by Cornelius W. Hauck9
Narrow Gauge to Central and Silver Plume: Route of the Famed Georgetown Loop, Colorado Rail Annual No. 10 by Cornelius W. Hauck10
Colorado Rail Annual No. 11 by Gordon Chappell11
The South Park Line (Colorado Rail Annual, No 12) by Gordon Chappell12
Florence and Cripple Creek RR Colorado Rail Annual No. 13 by Tivis E. Wilkins13
Colorado Rail Annual, No. 14: Narrow Gauge Byways in the San Juans by Alexis McKinney14
COLORADO RAIL ANNUAL NO. 15. A Journal of Railroad History in the Rocky Mountain West. Idaho-Montana Issue. by Mallory Hope Ferrell15
Short Line to Cripple Creek, Colorado Rail Annual No. 16 by Tivis E. Wilkins16
Rock Island-Tennessee Pass-Fort Collins Trolleys, Colorado Rail Annual No. 17 by Michael Doty17
Railroading in the Rockies a Half Century Ago, Colorado Rail Annual No. 18 by Ted Wurm18
Coal, Cinders and Parlor Cars: A Century of Colorado Passenger Trains, Colorado Rail Annual No. 19 by W. F. Gale19
Dreams, Visions and Visionaries: Colorado Rail Annual, No 20 by R. C. Farewell20
Robert W. Richardson's Narrow Gauge News (Colorado Rail Annual Series ; No. 21) by Robert W. Richardson21
Journeys Through Western Rail History, Colorado Rail Annual No. 22 by Charles Albi22
Santa Fe in the Intermountain West, Colorado Rail Annual No. 23 by Richard A. Cooley and Charles Albi Forrest, editors (Colorado Railroad Museum) Kenton23
A Ticket to Ride the Narrow Gauge (Colorado Rail Annual, No. 24) by Herbert Danneman24
Rio Grande Narrow Gauge Varnish (Colorado Rail Annual, No. 25) by Herbert Danneman25
Stairway to the Stars (Colorado Rail Annual, No. 26) by Dan Abbott26
Colorado Rail Annual No. 27: Western Pacific, The Last Transcontinental Railroad by David F. Myrick27
Colorado Rail Annual No. 28: Rio Grande, Memories of the Final Years by Ronald C. Hill28
Black Smoke and White Iron, Colorado Rail Annual No. 29 by William Reich29
Age Of the Decapods by R. A. LeMassena30
Age Of the Decapods by Vollrath HK30
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