5 edition of Railroads of Arizona, Volume II found in the catalog.
Railroads of Arizona, Volume II
David F. Myrick
January 1, 1980
by Oak Tree Pubns
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||976|
Distributed by the University of Nebraska Press for Caxton Press This page, triple indexed reference book covers nearly names in the two north Pacific coast states. All known common carrier steam powered operations of ten or more miles are included, plus numerous logging companies, electric traction and diesel operations. The account covers their histories from inception until sale or. Arizona has been one of the few states to primarily retain its original number of Class I railroads, dropping from three to only two. Prior to the mids Arizona railroads included Class Is Southern Pacific and the venerable Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway both of whom had their main lines running east-west across the state.
The book will appeal to those interested in Arizona's early days as well as to enthusiasts of railroad history. This book is a fitting companion to Volume 4, The Santa Fe Route,and Volume 5, Santa Fe to Phoenix, and is sure to take its place in libraries of railroad and Western history. Also available: the Table of Contents of the book. City of Phoenix > Fire > Publications > Standard Operating Procedures Standard Operating Procedures Page Content.
Looking for books by David F. Myrick? See all books authored by David F. Myrick, including Santa Fe to Phoenix (Railroads of Arizona, Volume 5), and The Santa Fe Route: Railroads of Arizona, Volume 4, and more on It is a superb package of Arizona and railroad history. The distinguished Western historian David F. Myrick, as in his previous books, brings meticulous research, numerous fine maps, and a superb collection of rare and historic photographs to this new volume of the Arizona series.
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3: Clifton, Morenci and Metcalf, Rails and Copper Mines. Volume 3 in this series focuses on the railroads that made up the majority of those in Arizona -- industrial railways built to serve the copper industry. This book casts an authoritative light on the economic development of Arizona by detailing not only the construction and operation of the industrial railways but also the transient camps, the permanent towns and cities, and their residents.5/5(3).
Volume 1 in this authoritative history of Arizona's railroads covers the construction and operation of those in the southern part of the state.
The book not only provides a detailed and invaluable description of the railroads but also of the history of Arizona and its major towns and cities.5/5(3). 60 rows Railroads of Arizona - Volume 1: The Southern Roads.
Berkeley, California: Howell-North. For some years now, David Myrick has been chronicling the railroads of California, Nevada and Arizona. This volume covers the Santa Fe main line across Arizona into the s. Myrick is characteristically thorough The book is well illustrated with photos and maps.
Santa Fe fans--and they are legion--will want this book.5/5(2). The Railroads of Arizona book series by David F. Myrick includes books Railroads of Arizona, Volume 1: The Roads of Southern Arizona, Railroads of Arizona, Volume II: Phoenix and the Central Roads, Railroads of Arizona, Vol.
3: Clifton, Morenci and. Railroads of Arizona, vol. II: phoenix and the central roads by Myrick David F. Berkeley, California: Howell-North, Stated First Edition.
Hardcover. Very Good in Very Good Dust jacket. pages, here numbered 9 X 11 1/4 inches. illustrations and maps. Spine of dust jacket is lightly sunned. Tape repair to top of spine on dust jacket, hardly noticeable.
Railroads of Arizona, Vol. 1 book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Railroads of Arizona, Vol. 1 book. Many of the railroads in southern Arizona, indeed in much of the state, were constructed to serve and service the many copper mines and the nearby communities.
This is the first of the six volume set/5. Signature Press. Jerome and the Northern Roads. pages, Hard cover, colour and b & w. Jerome was served by four railroads at various times, most notably the Verde Tunnel & Smelter Railroad, a property of United Verde Copper Company, the primary mining producer at Jerome.
Also noteworthy was the United Verde & Pacific narrow gauge, which has its own chapter here, as does the United Verde. Railroads of Arizona, Volume II: Phoenix and the Central Roads by David F.
Myrick avg rating — 0 ratings — published Discount prices railroad books and train videos. Safe packaging. Prompt shipping. Railroads of Arizona, Vol. 3 book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Most of Arizona's railroads were built to serve the copper mi 4/5(1).
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II—Phoenix and the Central Roads by David F. Myrick, Howell-North Books, San Diego, California, (Library of Congress: HEA6M94; ISBN (v.I)) External links. Media related to Union Station (Phoenix, Arizona) at Wikimedia Commons; Arizona Rail Passenger Association's Photos of Union Architect: Peter Kiewit.Railroads of Arizona Vol.1 was published in by Howell North Books.
The Book is in great condition and the dust jacket has a small tear at the top of the spine. Railroads of Nevada & Eastern California Vol. 1,2nd edition and Vol. 2 1st edition by Howell-North Books are in great condition with slightly scuffed dustSeller Rating: % positive.Today, little remains of Copper Creek and the men who worked there but the postcards that tell the story of the rise and fall if this remote mining camp.
References 1. David F. Myrick, Railroads of Arizona, Volume II (Howell-North Books, San Diego, California, ), 2.
Ibid., 3. Ibid., 4.