Hardcover, 416 pages, B&W Photographs, maps, town plats and track diagrams, equipment rosters, drawings.
Westward from Golden, Colorado pushed this narrow-gauge line through rugged, scenic territory. Here is a detailed account of the line, the area and the towns it served.
Contents:Golden, Colorado, a Railroad Town by 1871, pp. 9-58,Narrow-Gauge Railroad Construction in Clear Creek Canyon, 59-184,Early Black Hawk and Central City History, pp. 185-208,Rails Reach Central City - 1878, pp. 209-276,South Clear Creek Extension and the Georgetown Loop, pp. 277-406,Roster of Locomotives and Cars, some line drawings of equipment, pp. 407-414,Index, pp. 415-416.