Monograph #6: Bill Arnold: Remembrances of the Pacific Electric

Known to his friends as “Der Fliegender Hollander” (The Flying Dutchman) because he didn’t seem to have a home and could always be seen riding the Pacific Electric, Bill Arnold still found time to work for the P. E., raise a family, as well as doing a lot of rail fanning. The remembrances of his years with the P. E. and his escapades are peppered with anecdotes and personal comments about the times in which they occurred. 60 pages, 53 photographs, map of the Santa Monica Airline, and index.

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