A Century of Colorado Passenger Trains by various authors.
Colorado Midland Passenger Service New York-1918 by William F. Gale. This detailed study provides new insights into the Midland's operations and is lavishly illustrated, pp. 9-119.
Silverton Trilogy: Fifty Years of Passenger Service. Covers the famed Silverton Train's emergence since 1941 in three chapters-the transition from mixed train to tourist train by Robert W. Richardson, the Rio Grande's development programs of the mid-60s by John S. Walker Jr., and coverage of the new independent Durango & Silverton by R.C. Farewell, pp. 142-219.
Streetcars and Suburbs by Thomas J. Noel. Traces the early history of Denver's urban rail system-horse, cable, steam and electric, pp. 120-141.
Zimbabwe Steam Safari Donald C. Hill. Offers a contrasting view of narrow gauge steam railroading in southern Africa, pp. 142-236.
Colorado Railroad Museum, hardcover with dust jacket, 236 pages, 8.5 x 11 x .5 in., over 220 illustrations; 8 maps; some color reproductions and photographs, acid free paper.