The U. P. TRAIL (A Novel) Zane Grey 1918
The U. P. Trail (a Novel), Zane Grey, Grosset & Dunlap, New York, 1918 (reprint).
Vintage Juvenile Fiction Novel - Western
The U.P. Trail narrates the story of William Neale, a young engineer working for the Union Pacific railway. He must contend with Indians, bandits, badlands, and bad weather to get the train to the destination. The railroads are expanding to link the nation, with the celebrated golden spike marking the spot in Utah where the Union Pacific and the Central Pacific would meet. "The incredible saga of the Union Pacific---the railroad that forged a bloody track across the wildest country in the West!"
Published in 1918, The U.P. Trail became a bestseller for Grey, and was made into a film in 1920, starring Roy Stewart and Kathlyn Williams.
Hardcover book. Lite blue cloth cover with black title & illustration. Secure binding with very lite spine shift, very lite wear to spine head & tail, very mild cover wear & clean unmarked pages. About 7-1/2 x 5 with 409 pages.