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All Aboard!: The Complete North American Train Travel Guide
by Jim Loomis
January 1998, 2nd revised edition, Paperback, (non-fiction)
The definitive guide to North American train travel, complete with booking procedures, onboard etiquette, floor plans for typical coach and sleeping cars, good places to stay for overnight stopovers, descriptions of scenic rail excursions and route maps of passenger trains in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.
Fodor's Exploring Canada (2nd Edition)
by Tim Jepson (editor)
January 1999, 2nd edition, Paperback, (guidebook)
Colorful images, trivia, descriptions of sights and landmarks, dining and lodging recommendations, full-color maps, and a host of tips on things to see and do.
Guide to Western Canada
by Frederick John Pratson, Raymond Chatelin
May 1998, 5th edition, Paperback, 352 pages, (guidebook)
Features major cities and the Canadian Rockies.
Native Sites in Western Canada
by Pat Kramer
July 1998, revised edition, Paperback, 160 pages, (guidebook), German language edition
Guide to discovering First Nations in western Canada. Includes arts and crafts outlets, festivals, museums, and powwows, all sanctioned by the First Nations Tourism Association.
Beyond the National Parks: A Recreation Guide to Public Lands in the
by Mary E. Tisdale (editor), Bibi Booth
May 1998, 5th edition, Paperback, 418 pages, (guidebook))
A valuable, well-organized guide to many of the pristine wilderness areas contained within the immense, 264 million acres of wild lands administered by the Bureau of Land Management. If you feel like you've "been there, done that " on America's public lands - seen all the Parks, camped and hiked in all the Forests -then you need this book.
by William Least Heat-Moon,
November 1999, Hardcover, 384 pages, (travelogue)
The author travels westward across America, via 5,000 miles of its waterways.
The Great American Wilderness: Touring America's National Parks
by Larry H. Ludmer
February 2000, Hunter Publishing, 3rd edition, Paperback, 320 pages, (guidebook)
Covers 50 parks, as well as 13 suggested driving trips.
USA by Rail
by John Pittt
April 1999, Paperback, 3rd edition, 368 pages, (non-fiction)
Detailed coverage of 25 long-distance rail journeys in the United States, steam trains in areas of tourist interest, and a further 12 routes in Canada. Includes up-to-date timetables and ticket information; guidelines for how to make the most of the rail pass; information on over 500 destinations; lots of tips for overseas visitors.
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