The whistles blow no more railroad logging in the Sierra Nevada 1874-1942 by Hank Johnston. Glendale, California: Trans-Anglo Books, . 27.8x21.5 cm, pp. [1-3] 4-160, 205 illustrations, endpaper map (duplicated on front and rear endpapers), original green Skivertex, spine panel stamped in gold. First edition. A selection of photographs of logging, log moving, and the six logging railroads that operated in the southern Sierra Nevada: Madera Sugar Pine Company, Sanger Lumber Company, Fresno Flume and Lumber Company, Pine Ridge Lumber Company, Yosemite Sugar Pine Lumber Company, and Sugar Pine Lumber Company and its subsidiary Minarets & Western Railway. The first Sierra logging railroad was a four-mile, narrow gauge line built in 1889 by the Madera Flume and Trading Company which exhausted most of its supply of timber in the mid 1890s and by 1898 its business was suspended. A successor organization, the Madera Sugar Pine Company was formed in 1899 and operated southwest of Yosemite National Park until 1932. A fine copy in fine dust jacket with mild rubbing and small price sticker on rear panel. (#166075).
First edition so stated on copyright page.