Author: Les Standiford

Language: English

Summary: Some people would call building a railway across the sea an act of human hubris; others would call it a feat of incredible ingenuity and skill. I mean, we’d still be saying the former about airplanes if they didn’t work the vast majority of the time, right? Whatever you call it, the fact is that in 1935, a hurricane destroyed the overseas railway, known as the Key West Railroad. Novelist Les Stanisford brings to life the true account of this railroad and its tragic demise in startling detail, revealing the startling force of nature versus the extraordinary technology of mankind. – Source: Book Prescriptions

Notes:

  • Available as an e-Book

Link: Find it on Amazon

 

 

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