THE DELAWARE, LACAWANNA & WESTERN RAILROAD, THE ROAD OF ANTHRACITE, IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY: The History of the Formation and Development of the D. L. & W. “Family” of Railroads, and Their Locomotives, which, in the Following Century Became One of Our Most Admired and Beloved Railroads [with, in two volumes:] The Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad, the Route of Phoebe Snow, in the Twentieth Century, 1899-1960: The History and Operation of the Lackawanna Railroad, which Would Be Recognized as Mile for Mile, the Most Highly Developed Railroad in America.

(Muncy, PA: Thomas T. Taber III, 1977-1981. First edition, “limited” (all three #74), signed by the co-author and publisher in volumes two and three. 4to. Three volumes: ix, (3) 407, (4, index); (8), 377, (3, index); (8), 381-776, (1, index) pp. Illustrated from photographs, wood engravings, old advertising and ephemera, timetables, schematics, plates, some in color, maps and plans, endpaper maps; “additions and corrections” sheet laid into the final volume. Blue cloth, gilt spine titles, Illustrated dust jackets. Very good, the three volumes not often offered together. Item #66539

Price: $200.00