Narrow Gauge to No Mans Land
This article was published May 17, 2012.
Author: Richard Dunn.
Publisher: Benchmark Publications, printed 1990.
Pages/Size: 203 pages, 9in * 11in
Price/Avail: The price then was 38.95 USD.
- The War
- The Engineers
- The Railways
- The Equipment
- After the Armistice
- App A: Rosters and disposition of locomotives built for the US Army and notes on locomotives built for other countries
- App B: Locomotives in military use Postwar
- App C: Locomotives in domestic use Postwar
Descript: This fantastic book is a must if you are interested in trench railways. It does mainly look at World War I in an american point of view, but it does also include many nice images from other countries arrangements.There is many nice books in the same type, but no one else covers USA as good as this. Many maps, graphs and good plans on rolling stock.