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Very Good in Very Good jacket. 0919783228 Dust jacket condition: Very Good. Light edge wear and tear to jacket at top edge. Very nice clean copy. Text free of highlighting and writing. Tightly bound. The web of commuter railroads that connects New York City with hamlets towns, and cities in Connecticut, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Long Island, and upstate New York is one of the most fascinating aspects of transportation in the United States. Stan Fischler tells the often gripping story of how this system came to be, from its origins in the eighteenth century to its high-tech present. Such renowned lines and the Long Island Rail Road, the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western, the Erie, the New York, New Haven, and Hartford and the Hudson Tubes are among the many railroads treated in depth. 175 pages. Railroads--New York Metropolitan Area, Railroads--New York Metropolitan Area--Commuting traffic.
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