RAILROAD AVENUE by Freeman Hubbard

RAILROAD AVENUE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

From rhymes, stories, dogger biographical and historical backgrounds, this compiles railroad legend and truth with color and interest. Insofar as research can prove, here are the facts of the about Jones, Jesse James, John Henry, etc. the histories and personalities of famous engines; the bravery and heroism of railroad men in disasters, floods, storms, wrecks, train robberies, railroad insignia of inspirational and publicity origin; human interest tales of dogs, childbirth, wartime travel, etc. A must for the switch-happy gentry that is good railroad material.

Publisher: Whittlesey House