Benchmark Publications, hardcover with dust jacket, 212 pages, 8.5 x 11.25 x .75 in., Black-and-White photographs, rosters, maps.
This is the story of the U.S. Army's 60 centimeter (1 foot, 11-5/8) gauge trench railways in France in World War One.
Heavily illustrated, with 214 photographs, scale drawings of the equipment, and locomotive rosters.
First published in 1990, this reprint edition is in response to numerous requests for a reissue.
Contents:Ch. 1: The War, pp. 2-5;Ch. 2: The Engineers, pp. 6-25;Ch. 3: The Railways, pp. 26-85;Ch. 4: The Equipment, pp. 86-133;Ch. 5: After the Armistice, pp. 134-141;Epilogue, pp. 142-145;Appendices: Rosters and Disposition of Locomotives, pp. 146-161;Locomotives in Military Use Postwar, pp. 162-183;Notes, References, Maps, Index, pp. 184-203.