Narrow Gauge at War II
This article was published May 17, 2012.
Author: Keith Taylorson.
Publisher: Plateway Press, printed 1996.
Pages/Size: 116 pages, 7in * 9in
Price/Avail: Costed 198 SEK (about 15.70 Euro), should be available.
- Light Railway working on the western front. From the 'Railway Gazette', Sept 1920.
- Where the strange roads go down. Reminiscences of the British First Army Light Railways, 1917-18.
- Anzac Enterprise on the two foot gauge. The Australian Light Railway Operating Companies, 1917-18
- Tramway Tracks and Forest Rails. The Canadian Tramway and Forestry Corps.
- Railroaders answer the call. The US Army 12th Engineers Regiment in France, 1917-18
- Behind the lines in the Alto Adige. Light Railways on the Italian front
- Lines of Communication in the Balkans. From the 'Railway Gazette', Sept 1920
- From Suez to the Gates of Palestine. Light Railways in the Palestine-Arabian campaign
- Swords into Ploughshares. Disposals of WDLR equipment after 1919
Descript: Part 2 is more than twice as thick as part 1 and divided in real chapters like a normal book. Part 1 was more like small pieces put together, even if so, very interesting. Here the author more in detail go into each subject in the content list.
Recommendation: Absolutely! A Must.