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Railroad Semantics #4

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102 pages, black and white.

"In Railroad Semantics, seasoned train-hopper Aaron takes you along on an epic train journey through desolate stretches of Wyoming, Colorado, and Utah. He identifies the groups of fellow travelers that are poseurs, drinks under overpasses, and suffers a major injury alone in the desert. There are plenty of photos of sweeping vistas, and railroad graffiti, and a selection of rail-related articles. This issue is thick as usual, and packed with information about tramp life."- Microcosm

Over 4,000 miles traveled by train throughout the states of Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Nevada, California, and Oregon, including MRL's 2nd and 3rd subdivisions, BNSF's Front Range and Casper subdivisions, and Union Pacific's Laramie, Rawlins, Evanston, Salt Lake, Lakeside, Elko, Nevada, Roseville, Cascade, Black Butte, Valley, and Brooklyn subdivisioins.