Journeys Through Western Rail History by various authors.
When in Doubt, Take a Statement: Reminiscences of a Union Pacific Claim Agent by Jack Pfeifer. Includes a photo album of the UP and other lines which appeared in the book West From Omaha. Pages 8-47.
The Lost Locomotive of Kiowa Creek by Lloyd Glasier. Kansas Pacific 4-4-0 lost in a flood in eastern Colorado. Pages 48-61.
Short Line Through a Lonely Land: The New Mexico Central by Vernon Glover. An interesting New Mexico short line which became part of the Santa Fe. Pages 62-109.
The 1921 Pueblo Flood and the Moffat Tunnel: Economics and Politics of a Disaster in Colorado by Stephen S. Hart. Massive destruction by the Arkansas River. Pages 110-135.
Denver's Light Rail Launched by Robert W. Rynerson. Pages 136-149.
Looking Back: The Streetcar and Railroad Heritage of RTD's Light Rail Division by Kenton Forrest. Pages 150-165.
The Origin of the Steam Locomotive by Matthew R. Young. Two pages about the actual origin of the steam locomotive.
Colorado Railroad Museum, hardcover with dust jacket, 168 pages, standard portrait book 8 x 10 in., over 200 illustrations, including many in color, acid free paper.