Tommy Gray wrote:
I collect books on railroad history such as those by Mallory Hope Ferrell. Tweetsie Country, the Nevada Central, and the Argent Lumber Company RR are just a few of his books I have. I have a nice collection of pipe organ recordings on records as well as on CDs. A few books on pipe organs. While not a collection, I have a small pipe organ I am slowly rebuilding, sort of a collection of pipes I guess you could say. I have a very small collection of various scales of model trains, too. Disney and Tweetsie items seem to be my focus, though.
I love Mallory's books. For me personally the two West Side lumber books are my fav. out of most my books. If you don't already have it I would recommend Railroads in the Woods John Labbe, Vetnon Goe, publisher Oso. Great great photos of everything logging related. I dont think amazon is the best price though. Picked mine up with tax for $38 at local train shop.http://www.amazon.com/Railroads-Woods-J ... +the+woods