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Denver & Rio Grande Western: Superpower Railroad of the Rockies

by Robert A. LeMassena

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Archival photographs and maps help tell the story behind the standard-gauge steam locomotives of the legendary Denver & Rio Grande Western. A concise narrative offers a company profile and sheds new light on the routes, geography, and motive power associated with the railway, which operated some of the world's most powerful and efficient steam locomotives from 1910 through the demise of steam power in the 1950s.… (more)
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Archival photographs and maps help tell the story behind the standard-gauge steam locomotives of the legendary Denver & Rio Grande Western. A concise narrative offers a company profile and sheds new light on the routes, geography, and motive power associated with the railway, which operated some of the world's most powerful and efficient steam locomotives from 1910 through the demise of steam power in the 1950s.

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