Located just outside Chicago in the city of Harvey, Illinois, the Buda Foundry and Manufacturing company supplied the nation's railroads with special trackwork and the jacks, drills, scales, levels, and signals needed to maintain the right-of-way.
The Buda company also had a reputation for building durable velocipedes, hand cars and push cars for line crews. In the first decade of the 1900s, Buda's business grew 300%.
Produced in 1907 when the company was running full bore, this detailed catalog runs over 300 pages and is profusely illustrated. It's a wonderful reference for the docent,model railroader, or rail fan.
332 pages, 8x10, black and white interior and full color covers.