This third volume of Railway Hotels of Australia by Scott Whitaker, railway enthusiast and amateur historian, details the history of every Railway Hotel that trades or once traded in Queensland.
This book contains a wealth of information on the history of the railways in that state.
For the Railway Hotels buildings that still exist, there is a current-day image as well as one from its earlier years. For some, there is no current-day image, but instead, there is a view over the location of it.
There is a bibliography and an extensive index that includes the names of licencees, the businesses that rented part of the hotel on selected days as their local premises and references to various Acts of parliament that affected the trading licence.
This book is large, in landscape format, signature stitched in a stout illustrated binding case. There are 292 A4-sized pages with full colour images and containing hundreds of contemporary images on high quality art paper.