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Press Release: Cambridge Author Paul Langan Releases New Book: Forgotten Monorails of Canada


Forgotten Monorails of Canada - Paul Langan

 Cambridge author Paul Langan releases his 6th history book, “Forgotten Monorails of Canada” in e-book and print format.

For immediate release…..Cambridge, ON...December 23rd, 2020….  Paul Langan has released his first new book in twenty years. 


Forgotten Monorails of Canada is the definitive history of monorails built and proposed in Canada. Read about the fascinating history of monorails in Canada both built and the many plans that did not come to fruition. Over 200 references. 132 pages, 55 images, 6"v9". 


E-book available  NOW on KoboAmazon and Google Play for $5.41.


Print copies available on Amazon January 15th, 2021 and will be priced at $12.41.


Paul Langan states, “ There certainly was no information done on this subject previously. This book will fill that gap on the long history of proposed and built monorails in Canada. It is amazing how many monorails were actually proposed in Canada and the number actually built. From the first Canadian monorail built in 1896 to the two systems still in operation today the history of monorails in Canada has been a long bumpy ride.” 


For more information on Paul Langan’s books go to: https://www.paullangan.com/p/books.html or contact him through the website or at 226-505-7605

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