by (Americana - 20th Century - New York - Riverhead Long Island)
Riverhead, L.I., New York: The Railroad Museum of Long Island, 2000. (12) pages; black and white illustrated "Dedicated to the Preservation and Illustration of Long Island's Rich Railroad History"; information regarding the founding of the museum, photographs of the Greenport & Riverhead sites; Long Island Railroad G5s No. 39, one of only two remaining steam engines from the LIRR: also the Ex-LIRR Alco RS-3 No. 1556 diesel locomotive, the Ex-LIRR Doubled Decker No. 200; Ex-Brooklyn Easter District Terminal No. 16 steam locomotive; Ex-LIRR wood caboose No. 14; the LIRR last surviving wedge snowplow "Jaws" W-83; LIRR caboose, No. C-68; LIRR Post Office Car (RPO) No. 4209; LIRR baggage car No. 7727; LIRR MPB-54 Combine No. 1391; a Reading Lines track car; LIRR baggage/mail car No. 7737 and the H.K. Porter No. 1 (ex-Defiance Coal Co. No. 1); brochure not dated, circa 2000 from the internal evidence; approx.7" x 8 1/2" size; original folded self-wraps; light wear; in very good condition.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good.
(Inventory #: 24014)
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