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, 8.5 x 11 x .75 in., over 200 illustrations, including many in color, acid free paper.