First edition. 8vo. Yellow, color pictorial wrappers, 63 pp., preface, acknowledgements, contents, illustrated from color photographs, map, conclusion, bibliography. Privately printed memoirs of trips on the Chihuahua Al Pacifico Railroad in 1963. The author, accompanied by his wife, traveled on his first trip on this fabulous railroad and fished the beautiful waters of Topolobampo and the Gulf of California. Together they have journeyed on this railroad on many other Mexican travels. Includes information on the railroad's builder, Arthur Stilwell; the route of the railroad, places visited along the line with information on what a traveler might see and do; information on what one should know before visiting Mexico; Copper Canyon; Tarahumara Indians; etc. On the rear cover is a map of the United States and Mexico which details the route on the Chihuahua Al Pacifico from Kansas City to the Gulf of Mexico. Covers lightly soiled, else a near fine, internally clean, bright copy. Scarce and an interesting booklet..
Inventory Number: 43141