Erie Lackawanna: The Death of an American Railroad, 1938-1992

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This 50-year saga of the "Weary Erie" describes in vivid detail the turbulent last decades of a colorful, spunky, and innovative railroad. It also tells us much about what happened to American railroading, during this period: technological change, governmental over-regulation, corporate mergers, union "featherbedding," uneven executive leadership, and changing patterns of travel and business. The book is illustrated with 45 photographs and drawings and 4 maps.

Erie Lackawanna: The Death of an American Railroad, 1938-1992 1996, Stanford University Press, Palo Alto

ISBN-13: 9780804727983

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Erie Lackawanna: The Death of an American Railroad, 1938-1992 1994, Stanford University Press, Stanford, CA

ISBN-13: 9780804723572

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