Golden Age Of Canadian Railways

by Worth Press

August 30, 2013 | Hardcover |

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"Within decades of the building of Canada's first trains in the nineteenth century, the railways entered their ""Golden Age"" when train journeys around the country were an exciting adventure, and when trade and immigration began to flow along the rails. A book for everyone interested in railway history, the development of Canada, and the nation's scenic and engineering wonders, The Golden Age of Canadian Railways takes a unique look at the glory day of the railways that helped create modern Canada.

31 cm x 26 cm 192 page hardcover."

Format: Hardcover

Published: August 30, 2013

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1903025192

ISBN - 13: 9781903025192

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Golden Age Of Canadian Railways

by Worth Press

Format: Hardcover

Published: August 30, 2013

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1903025192

ISBN - 13: 9781903025192

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"Within decades of the building of Canada's first trains in the nineteenth century, the railways entered their ""Golden Age"" when train journeys around the country were an exciting adventure, and when trade and immigration began to flow along the rails. A book for everyone interested in railway history, the development of Canada, and the nation's scenic and engineering wonders, The Golden Age of Canadian Railways takes a unique look at the glory day of the railways that helped create modern Canada.

31 cm x 26 cm 192 page hardcover."

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Within decades of the building of Canada's first trains in the nineteenth century, the railways entered their "Golden Age" when train journeys around the country were an exciting adventure, and when trade and immigration began to flow along the rails. A book for everyone interested in railway history, the development of Canada, and the nation's scenic and engineering wonders, The Golden Age of Canadian Railways takes a unique look at the glory days of the railways that helped create modern Canada.
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