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Golden West Books
Type Private
Genre American Railroads
Founded San Marino, California, U.S. (1960 (1960))
Founder(s) Donald Duke
Headquarters San Marino, California, U.S.
Key people Ralph Melching - Manager
Industry Publishing
Products Books
Revenue $4.40 M Sales, Estimate
Employees 3
Website Golden West Books website

Golden West Books is a privately owned American publishing company specializing in American Railroads. Donald Duke founded the company in 1960, and wrote some of its titles. Its headquarters are in San Marino, California. Their titles cover steam locomotives, diesel locomotives, logging railroads, mining railways, funiculars, the caboose, interurban trains, Inter-city rail and histories of the Santa Fe Railroad. Model railroad oriented hobby retail shops distribute some of their product. [3]


  1. ^ Business & Company Resource Center. "Golden West Books
    Document Number DC609928"
    (Fee via Fairfax County Public Library). The Gale Group. Retrieved 2009-04-01. "SIC Codes 2731 - Book Publishing & Printing NAICS Codes 511130 - Book Publishers"
  2. ^ Goliath Business Knowledge on Demand. "Golden West Books - San Marino, CA - Company Profile, Research, News, Information, Contacts" (fee). The Gale Group. Retrieved 2009-04-01. "Golden West Books Private Company, Headquarters Location PO Box 80250, San Marino, CA 91118-8250, United States Primary SIC: Book Publishing & Printing, Primary NAICS: Book Publishers Description: Book Publishing"  
  3. ^ "Golden West Books". Wm. K. Walthers, Inc.. Retrieved 2009-04-01. "Golden West Books, located in San Marino, California, was founded in 1960 by Donald Duke. Golden West Books covers almost every phase of American railroading including: steam, locos, diesels, logging and mining, interurban and histories of ATSF and the caboose."  

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