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eBook Ann Arbor Railroad in Color: History Operations 1869 to 1976 ePub

by Robert I. Warrick

  • ISBN: 1582482357
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  • Author: Robert I. Warrick
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Morning Sun Books; 1st edition (2008)
  • Pages: 128
  • ePub book: 1872 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1902 kb
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The Ann Arbor Railroad was as much a steamship line as a railroad. This text rich volume follows Michigan's most distinctive railroad from beginning to end with stunning photographs that will surprise readers. ISBN13: 9781582482354. Release Date: January 2008.

The Ann Arbor Railroad (reporting mark AA) was an American railroad that operated between Toledo, Ohio and Elberta and Frankfort, Michigan (about 294 route miles) with train ferry operations across Lake Michigan

The Ann Arbor Railroad (reporting mark AA) was an American railroad that operated between Toledo, Ohio and Elberta and Frankfort, Michigan (about 294 route miles) with train ferry operations across Lake Michigan. In 1967 it reported 572 million net ton-miles of revenue freight, including 107 million in "lake transfer service"; that total does not include the 39-mile subsidiary Manistique and Lake Superior Railroad.

Ann Arbor Railroad (1895-1976). Flag as Inappropriate

Ann Arbor Railroad (1895-1976). Flag as Inappropriate. Are you certain this article is inappropriate? Excessive Violence Sexual Content Political, Social. The Ann Arbor Railroad (reporting mark AA) was a former Class I Railroad that operated from Toledo to Frankfort, a distance of about 300 miles. From Frankfort, the AA operated several car ferry routes until 1982. The history of the Ann Arbor Railroad (AA) began with two companies organized in 1869 and 1872 to build a railroad between Toledo, Ohio and Ann Arbor, Michigan, approximately 45 miles (72 kilometres).

The Ann Arbor Railroad, History & Operations 1869-1976.

Current City and Hometown. The Ann Arbor Railroad, History & Operations 1869-1976.

Robert I. Warrick "The Ann Arbor Railroad in Color" - Hardback. Trackside Around Toledo 1946 to 1976 - Jerry Pinkepank. D. C. Jesse Burkhardt "The Ann Arbor Railroad" - Paperback. Detroit & Toledo Shoreline Railroad - Geletzke/Hague. Then contact the address below for additional information.

The book describes the rich history of the Union Pacific Railroad from 1869 to today

The book describes the rich history of the Union Pacific Railroad from 1869 to today. The book has excellent Color and Black and White photos of Union Pacific Domeliners like the City Of Los Angeles and City Of Portland as well as freight trains that display the american flag on the side of the diesel locomotives in the 21st Century. This is a great book for Union Pacific railfans.

Chapter headings: Building of the Ann Arbor; The First DT&I Era; The Ann Arbor Railroad Company; The Wabash Era; and The Second DT&I Era. The book also covers AA's marine operations in detail.

defunct American Class I railroad (1895–1976). Media in category "Ann Arbor Railroad (1895-1976)". The following 12 files are in this category, out of 12 total. Instance of. railway company. 1891 Poor's Toledo, Ann Arbor and North Michigan Railway. jpg 2,704 4,204; . 7 MB. 1893 Poor's Toledo, Ann Arbor and North Michigan Railway. jpg 4,074 2,612; . 4 MB. 1897 Poor's Ann Arbor Railroad. jpg 4,126 2,592; . 1901 Poor's Ann Arbor Railroad. jpg 3,360 2,106; . 1 MB. 1903 Poor's Ann Arbor Railroad. jpg 3,278 2,130; . 9 MB. 1921 Ann Arbor RR ma. ng 681 396; 83 KB.

128 all color pages, 8.5x11", cloth with dust jacket. "The Ann Arbor Railroad was as much a steamship line as a railroad. This text rich volume follows Michigan's most distinctive railroad from beginning to end with stunning photographs that will surprise readers."