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Welcome Aboard the Disneyland Railroad - Collector's Edition
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0975858459, Hardcover)Welcome Aboard the Disneyland Railroad! was first published in 2004. Since that time, new information, photos and stories about the railroad have come to light. This new, massively expanded edition of Welcome Aboard the Disneyland Railroad! remains the most comprehensive and detailed study ever published on the history, lore and operation of the Disneyland steam trains. With hundreds of rare photographs, as well as intricate drawings of locomotives, cars and structures (many in color), this book documents completely what may be the most recognized trains in the world-the trains of the Disneyland Railroad. In this book, you will learn the in-depth histories of all five steam locomotives. You will discover what every valve, gauge and lever in the locomotive cab does, along with the responsibilities of the engine crew members. You will understand just what it takes to get the trains ready in the morning in the Disneyland Roundhouse. This book covers it all. This new "Collector's Edition" has been extensively expanded since the first edition came out in 2004, featuring far more full color and vintage black-and-white photos, new chapters, updated drawings and greatly expanded text. Preston Nirattisai's detailed and accurate drawings have long been recognized-even by Disney Imagineers-as some of the best available. At 248 pages, this edition features heavy semi-gloss paper sewn into the hard-cover binding, adding to a feel of quality. As the only book ever published focusing exclusively on the Disneyland Railroad, you will be proud to add this work to your collection. Both Disney fans and rail fans will be delighted.
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