More Chicago Great Western in Minnesota
By John C. Luecke.
Cloth with dust jacket, 8.5x11, 208 pages, 400+ b/w photos, 15 maps. 2009.
"This is the publisher's 7th volume in the rail history of the state. Being the history of the Chicago Great Western during its later years in Minnesota, the book is an in-depth study of this prototypical granger road. Included are a plethora of photographs of the main line and branches, depots and terminals, as well as the iron mining operations.
You'll find never before published construction photographs of the Winona & Southwestern and the Winona Bridge Company.
- Main Line (Minneapolis - Austin)
Branch Lines (Rochester-Osage, Red Wing-Rochester, Red Wing-Randolph, Mankato Branch)
- Winona Branch
- Along the Right-of-Way (Equipment - Relocations - Later Years)