Author: Jay Underwood
Publisher: Nimbus Publishing
“Even today, after man has been to the moon and regularly takes jaunts into space, the idea of a huge ship being transported by rail over dry land in order to avoid the stormy waters elsewhere sounds like science fiction.” The author states in his introduction. “Perhaps that was the Chignecto Ship’s Railway’s problem.” IN examining Henry Ketchum’s dream, and both his spectacular successes and failures, Jay Underwood contributes to a better understanding of an interesting segment in Maritimes’ history.
|ISBN associated with this title:||9780889995536|
|Published on||January 1 1995|
|Dimensions||8(in) x 5.5(in)|