Softcover, 176 pages, 6 x 9 in., Black-and-White photographs, maps and illustrations. Printed on glossy paper.
This author has written many titles about railroads in Idaho including the Yellowstone Branch. This title also includes the Teton Vally Branch. If you are interested in this area of northeast Idaho, this is a quality work.
Contents:Introduction, pp. 5-8;History of the Teton Valley, pp. 9-12;Construction of the Teton Valley Branch, pp. 13-22;Passenger Train Operations, pp. 23-34;Gateway to Grand Teton National Park, pp. 35-54;Freight Train Operations, pp. 55-62;Motive Power, pp. 63-66;Along the Line, pp. 67-106;The Talbot Branch, pp. 107-118;Snow, pp. 119-132;Abandonment, pp. 133-138;Rails to Trails, pp. 139-143;Other Railroads to Jackson, pp. 144-146;Bridges on the Teton Valley Branch, pp. 147-166;Conclusion, pg. 167;References and Further Reading, pp. 168-170;Index, pp. 171-175;About the Author, pg. 176.