Omaha, NE: Union Pacific Railroad, 1927. Soft cover.
A travelogue of what to expect while riding the Union Pacific Railroad throughout the states of Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Alaska, and the Canadian province of British Columbia.
Green pictorial stapled wraps embossed in blind, red, and light blue-green; 8vo; 48 pages. Black-and-white photographic illustrations throughout, 5 maps [two-color]. Bindings tight and square. Text clean, light even toning. Moderate handling wear.
Only one copy located in OCLC/WorldCat; at the Multnomah County Library; OCLC: 1048000494.
Very Good / None Issued. Item #009145
Founded in 1862, the original Union Pacific Railroad was part of the First Transcontinental Railroad project, later known as the Overland Route.
Over the next century, UP absorbed the Missouri Pacific Railroad, the Chicago and North Western Transportation Company, the Western Pacific Railroad, the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad and the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad.