The C&NW was a major railroad of the Midwest until its absorption into the Union Pacific system in 1995. Its tracks hauled not only commuters to and from Chicago, but through stream-liners to all points in the West and grain, coal and hundreds of other commodities in its freights. The company recorded its major achievements and events in full color for posterity: all of which are presented in this 128-page book.
Staged photographs taken by professional photographers make for good Public Relations and recorded company history. New, clean equipment from locomotives to trailers and trucks are found inside this Volume.
Hardcover with jacket, 128 pages, standard portrait size, Color images with captions.