Buenos Aires: Ediciones Colihue; CEDODAL, 2001. b/w and color plates, illus., facs., plans, tbls., draws., bibl., illus. endpapers, fldg. pict. wrps. Item #62105
A historical and photographic look at the architecture of railway stations. Survey begins with the stations found in Europe, the United States and then examines the unique process of construction and other differences found in the railway stations of Latin America. Finally, the study focuses on Argentina and the artchitectural evolution the stations constructed between 1837 and 1930 went through. Also includes the restoration and function of contemporary railway station. A major reference.