Canadian Railway Communications Insulators 1880-1920
250+ pages, 8 1/2" x 11" (1995)
"Railway telegraph lines were very much a part of the Canadian landscape. As these lines are being replaced with microwave and fiber optics, an important component of our railway history is being lost. Canadian railway communications insulators are now even more important as historical artifacts, making possible the vital communications that 100 years later we now take for granted."
Printed on high quality bright paper. Several formats available including spiral bound, hardbound and a set of raw pages for easy update insertions.
See also Canadian Railway Telegraph History by Robert Burnet . 250 pages of Canadian railway telegraph history, including over 150 historic photographs, telegrams, illustrations and charts. A must for Canadian railway and telegraph enthusiasts!
1998 Value Guide
13+ pages, 8 1/2" x 11" (1998)
The Rarity and Value Guide for Canadian Railway Communications Insulators 1880-1920.
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