New in new dust jacket. The main line and Panhandle entrances into theWindyCity are featured in this final volume to the series. Branches include SC&S and South Bend. Contents: Main Line Fort Wayne to Chicago, pp. 5-67; Chicago Union Station, pp. 68-79; Main Line Panhandle Union City to Beverly Junction Tower, pp. 80-106; Beverly Junction to Western Avenue Secondary Track, pp. 107-111; North Joint Approach, pp. 112-115; Englewood, pp. 116; South Chicago & Southern, pp. 117-123; South Bend Branch, pp. 124-126: Farewell, pp. 127-128. Hardcover with jacket, 128 pages, 8.5 x 11 x.5 in", all color photographs with captions.
New in new dust jacket. West of the Columbusarea, the Pennsylvania Railroad split into two main routes which employed varied stations, towers, yards and other facilities. Contents: Columbus Union Depot, pp. 3-15; Columbus to Indianapolis via Bradford, pp. 16-58; CUD to New Paris via Dayton, pp. 59-94; Xenia to Cincinnati, pp. 95-98; Uppercliff Branch, pg. 99; Cincinnati Union Terminal, pp. 100-105; Richmond Branch, pp. 106-111; Zanesville Branch, pp. 112-120; Akron Branch, pp. 121-125; Fort Wayne Branch, pp. 126-128. Hardcover with jacket, 128 pages, 8.5 x 11 x.5 in", all color photographs with captions.
New in new dust jacket. A close examination of a unique portion of the PRR main line Pittsburghto St. Louis. Everyday PRR mainline trains utilized the B&O's C&N Division between ColumbusandNewark, Ohio creating facilities and operations not seen anywhere else on the PRR system. Contents: Mingo Junction toColumbus Union Depot, pp. 5-128. Hardcover with jacket, 128 pages, 8.5 x 11 x.5 in", all color photographs with captions.
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