The release of a new book series, The Franklin County Narrow Gauges, an in-depth historical perspective of the Franklin County narrow gauge railroads. Volume one, The Next Stop is Rangeley, details the Phillips & Rangeley railroad and also includes the history of the Madrid and Eustis railroads, which were built by the Phillips & Rangeley. Volume two, The Next Stop is Phillips, covers the Sandy River railroad. All the volumes provide a look into the railroad, equipment, and business, which is weaved together with local history and extensive quotes to give readers a firsthand, unfiltered account of events as they happened. This gives each book its own style, mood, and feel. Below are four pages from The Next Stop is Rangeley, to give an idea of how this is done. Those who are familiar with the Franklin County narrow gauges can see the new information found in this narrative. And for those who are not read up on the different Franklin County narrow gauges, any volume will bring you up to speed with the latest information discovered and old information clarified. All books are cloth-bound with a dust jacket on 80 pound gloss paper. With The Next Stop is Phillips, readers are also allowed access to some of the digitally enhanced photos from the book through the gated content section of the web page. All book proceeds go to the Farmington, Strong, Phillips, and Rangeley Historical Societies, along with the Rangeley Logging Museum, and the present-day Sandy River & Rangeley Lakes Railroad.