The Rainy Day Railroad War

by Holman Day

Because of the fear of forest fires from locomotive sparks, the P.K.&R. System bound themselves to run their trains only in wet weather. It was immediately nicknamed the "Rainy Day Railroad." How Rodney Parker breaks the absolute rule of the lumber baron and builds a railroad through the forest makes a thrilling story.

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