A pictorial album of railroads and related topics entitled "When Beauty Rode the Rails" by Lucius Beebe and Charles Clegg. This is a hardcover copy. Comes with dust jacket. 221 pages in total. Originally published in 1962.
Fair. The dust jacket is in poor condition with discolouration and fraying. Pages are discoloured and beginning to fray on the edges.
Book entitled "I Remember" by Herbert Stitt, a former Canadian Pacific Railway engineer. Stitt is pictured on the cover in front of steam engine No. 894. The book consists of 102 pages and was originally sold for $4.95.
A four-page pamphlet entitled "The CPR comes to Calgary" detailing the establishment of the railway in Western Canada. The cover image is of a man next to locomotive No. 147. Originally published in 1975 by Canaian Pacific Rail.
A booklet released by the Canadian Transport Commission and the Railway Transport Committee entitled "Appendix to the Railway Transport Committees Decision in the matter of objections filed pursuant to Section 27 of the National Transportation Act."
A booklet of ten pages (stapled together on top left hand corner) entitled "Fascinating Facts and Tunnel Treatise: A Collection of Pages on the St.Clair River Railway Tunnel", presented by Gerry Elder.
A two-page booklet of a photocopy of Scientific American Supplement. The first page is from No. 305, an article about the "Fontaine" locomotive. The second page is from No. 311, a response from St.Thomas' John Ortton.
Fair. Booklet is of photocopies, but they are only slightly discoloured
A newspaper supplement entitled "The 2860 Rides Again." The name of the magazine and the date have been excluded. Two maps, a photograph of Queen Elizabeth II and Canadian Pacific locomotive No. 2850 are pictured.
A newspaper supplement with a partial map of Canada on the upper right-hand corner, a diagram of locomotive No. 2850 on the right-hand side and a photo of Royal Hudson No. 2860 below. The reverse consists of photos and a brief introduction for the Royal Hudson's excursion through British Columbia, and it;s final stop, Squamish.