Changes since the last edition was published includes the mergers of Burlington Northern-Santa Fe and Union Pacific-Southern Pacific.
In addition to general updating, this new edition has been expanded with additional enlargements to show complex areas in greater detail and includes for the first time the interurban electric lines, light rail and principal logging railroads. Also shown are proposed extensions to the Denver and Salt Lake City light rail systems.
Includes four detail maps of New Mexico relating to the Rio Grande Narrow Gauge lines (El Vado-Brazos, Farmington, La Madera and Santa Fe).
Also included are detail maps of the following locations:
Colorado: Bonanza, Boulder Canyon, Canon City-Florence, Central City, Cumbres, Durango, Fort Collins, Glenwood Springs, La Veta Pass, Mt. Harris-Milner, Ophir Loop, Rollins Pass, Silver Plume, Silverton, Trinidad and Vance Junction
Utah: Eureka Mining District, Gold Hill, Helper, Midvale, Milford, Parleys Summit and Tooele
This atlas is designed to provide a single source of reference to the North American rail network, past and present in greater detail than has readily available until now. Each sheet is drawn to a constant scale of 8 miles to 1 inch for easy distance comparisons with 2 miles to 1 inch enlargements of complex areas.
All extant rail lines are shown together with stations, junctions, yards, principal bridges and tunnels. Former lines, now abandoned, are also shown. Ownership, current and past, and trackage rights are shown. An index of stations is included.
Steam Powered Video, softcover, 64 pages, 8.25 x 11.75 x .25 in., printed on heavy enameled paper.