|Author:||Edgar T. Mead|
|Publisher:||SooNipi Publishing Co. (July 15, 1999)|
|Other formats:||lrf txt lit azw|
The Woodstock Railway was an intrastate railroad in southeastern Vermont. It ran from White River Junction, Vermont to Woodstock, Vermont, a distance of approximately 14 miles (23 km).
The Woodstock Railway was an intrastate railroad in southeastern Vermont. The legislature of Vermont granted a charter to construct the railroad in 1863, but little was done until 1867, when enough money was raised to begin construction. Construction began in earnest in 1868, and proceeded fitfully until 1875, when the line was finally completed and the first train made the trip.
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Well-done history of one of Vermont's classic short line railroads, with equipment roster, black and .
Well-done history of one of Vermont's classic short line railroads, with equipment roster, black and white photos, and time table on the end papers.
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Edgar T. Mead has written over a dozen railroad books, and is known by many railroad fans all over the world. He currently is retired and living in Etna, NH. His collection of photos and facts are straightforward and clear
Edgar T. His collection of photos and facts are straightforward and clear. He is currently working on at least 2 more railroad books to be published next year.
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