America's Great Railroad Stations

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The railroad station or depot was the communal hub of every American town that could boast of train service. There, citizens gathered before they sent loved ones off to college, marriage, or war--and where they greeted them on their return. Filled with both new and archival photographs and drawings, this volume is a glorious salute to the institution that transformed our nation.

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