No Place: Pennsylvania Railroad, presumed Publisher. Comb Binding. Very Good. Item #010840
No place or date, perhaps circa 1941. Plastic comb binding with gray wrappers. Oblong quarto. 42 pp. Printed on single sides only. Black and white photos throughout, as well as a fold out map of the Altoona facilities. A history and survey of the operations at the Altoona Works, discussing the construction, evolution and modifications of the site, as well as its facilities and their day to day use. With statistics and numbers relating to cars and locomotives built, etc. Many black and white photos throughout, including aerial shots of Altoona Works, photos of the interiors and of in stage shots of cars/locomotives being built, as well as shots of finished locomotives, etc. Altoona Works is one of the largest railroad repair and construction facilities in the world, originally built in 1850 by the Pennsylvania Railroad. VERY GOOD condition. Minor toning and curling to the wrappers. Minor soiling. Light toning in the interior.