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Robert W. Richardson"s Narrow gauge news

Robert W. Richardson

Robert W. Richardson"s Narrow gauge news

by Robert W. Richardson

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Published by Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden, CO .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Colorado.
    • Subjects:
    • Narrow gauge railroads -- Colorado.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesNarrow gauge news, Narrow gauge news.
      Statement[watercolors by Ted Rose].
      SeriesColorado rail annual ;, no. 21
      ContributionsRose, Ted.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTF24.C6 R53 1994
      The Physical Object
      Pagination303 p. :
      Number of Pages303
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1224016M
      ISBN 100918654211
      LC Control Number94223966

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      From until Robert "bob" Richardson was the editor and "abandoned lines reporter" of the Narrow Gauge News. Seventy-three mimeographed and six printed issues were mailed to those who sent self-addressed, stamped "No. 10" envelopes to the "World's Largest Narrow Gauge Museum and Motel" at South Alamosa, Colorado. Robert W. Richardson's Narrow Gauge News (Colorado Rail Annual Series ; No. 21) by Robert W. Richardson: Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations, on the part of the author or publisher. For now.


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Richardson. Overview In this third volume of his narrow gauge chronicle, noted narrow gauge preservationist Robert Richardson continues to take a close look at the Rio Grande Southern, the mile narrow gauge route that wrapped itself around the craggy and forested San Juan Mountains between Durango and Ridgway, Colorado.

With year-old photographs and firsthand accounts, Richardson offers the most authoritative chronicle yet on this portion of the Denver & Rio Grande Western’s Rocky Mountain narrow gauge railroad empire.

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Skip to main content. Robert W. Richardson's Narrow Gauge News: Colorado Rail Annual No. 21By: Robert W. Richardson 1st EditionNew in plastic Hardcover. ROBERT W. RICHARDSON'S RIO GRANDE SOUTHERN, VOLUME Chasing the Narrow Gauge Details the Denver & Rio Grande Western and Rio Grande Southern narrow gauge railroads in Colorado, drawn from a lifetime of descriptive writing and the excellent photography skills of the author.

Volume III of three. ROBERT W. RICHARDSON'S RIO GRANDE, VOLUME II: Chasing the Narrow Gauge A noted narrow gauge preservationist takes a close look at the Rio Grande's Durango to Silverton Branch, the Farmington Branch, the Third Division lines between Salida, Gunnison and Montorse, and the Valley Line between Mears Junction and Alamosa, Colorado.

Volume II of three. By Robert W. Richardson In this third volume of his narrow gauge chronicle, noted narrow gauge preservationist Robert Richardson continues to take a close look at the Rio Grande Southern, the mile narrow gauge route that wrapped itself around the craggy and forested San Juan Mountains between Durango and Ridgway, Colorado.

Colorado's remaining narrow gauge railroads, however, remained all steam simply because management had no desire to spend any more money on the narrow gauge.

From-time-to-time, Bob reported in his newsletter, "The Narrow Gauge News" (just send six, pre-addressed, stamped, Number 10 envelopes at a time). Most of the news, of course, was sad. Chasing the Narrow Gauge By Robert W. Richardson Today one man is specially recognized as one of the founders of the narrow gauge railroad preservation movement in the United States.

He is Robert W. Richardson, who with a friend started the Narrow Gauge Motel in a remote section of Colorado in. The Robert W. Richardson Railroad Library at the museum was created and named in his honor. Richardson wrote for both Trains and Railroad magazines, and throughout his life published books chronicling narrow gauge railroads.

It is no exaggeration to say that he did more than any other individual to preserve Colorado's unique railroad heritage.About this title In this third volume of his narrow gauge chronicle, noted narrow gauge preservationist Robert Richardson continues to take a close look at the Rio Grande Southern, the mile narrow gauge route that wrapped itself around the craggy and forested San Juan Mountains between Durango and Ridgway, Colorado.

Author of Robert W. Richardson's Rio Grande, Chasing Trains, Rio Grande, The South Park Line (Colorado Rail Annual, No 12), Robert W. Richardson's Narrow gauge news.