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Best Narrow-Gauge Reference:
The best single reference on the Utah and Northern, containing exquisite photographs, journals and time tables is Colorado Rail Annual No. 15, The Idaho-Montana Issue, published in 1981.
Photograph taken in 1911 of locomotive shop crew, Pocatello. Abe Lillibridge, who became professor of Engineering at Idaho State University, is sitting in the cluster at the lower right, about three rows back, He has the number "1" on his head. Eli Oboler Library, Idaho State University.


  1. Beal, Merrill D., 1957, The Story of the Utah Northern Railroad: Idaho Yesterdays v. 1 no. 2, p. 16-23.

  2. Beal, Merrill D., 1980, The Utah & Northern Railroad: Pocatello, Idaho, The Idaho State University Press, 81 p.

  3. Colorado Railroad Museum, 1981, Colorado Rail Annual No. 15, Idaho-Montana Issue, Colorado Railroad Historical Foundation, P.O. Box 10, Golden, Colorado, 80401, 215 p.

  4. Gittins, H. Leigh, 1976, Idaho's Gold Road: Moscow, Idaho, The University Press of Idaho, 165 p.

  5. Gittins, H. Leigh, 1983, Pocatello Portrait: The Early Years, 1878 to 1928: Moscow, Idaho, The University Press of Idaho, 224 p.

  6. Hatzenbuehler, Ron, 1994, Idaho migration and settlement: in Idaho and the American West, Boise, Idaho Humanities Council, p. 14-15.

  7. Howard, Minnie, 1928, Early life and times of the First Congregational Church of Pocatello: Pocatello, Idaho, Written for the dedication of the new church extension, November 11, 1928, The First Congregational Church, 65p.

  8. Harstad, P.T., editor, 1972, Reminiscences of Oscar Sonnenkalb, Idaho Surveyor and Pioneer: Pocatello, Idaho,The Idaho State University Press, 66 p.

  9. Idaho State Historical Society, 1976, Idaho, An Illustrated History: Boise, 250 p.

  10. Madsen, B.D., 1986, Chief Pocatello: The "White Plume": Salt Lake City, University of Utah Press, 142 p.