Book Discussion: Weber Reads, Southwest Branch

This program was on Jan 9, 2019
Event type: 
Books & Authors
Target audience: 
Adults
Seniors

Blood, Iron and Gold: How the Railways Transformed the World by Christian Wolmar
When the first railroads were laid in the 1830s, the world became enamored with travel by train. Thanks to the architects, the investors, and the millions of laborers, the trains and their stations that connected opposite sides of the continents, became daily hubs in thousands of lives and livelihoods.  Limited copies of the book will be available ask your librarian how to sign up.

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