New. The railroad that ran 'Through the Heart of the South' was known as an innovator and effective competitor against its two larger neighbors. The attractive equipment of the Seaboard was no small part in this battle. Enjoy this varied roster in the more than 300 color photographs of this railroad which disappeared in 1967. Contents: Office Cars, pg. 6; Head End Passenger, pp. 7-14; Combines, pp. 15-16; Coaches, pp. 17-24; Diners, pp. 25-29; Observation Cars, pp. 30-31; Sleepers, pp. 32-36; Boxcars, pp. 37-64; Refrigerator Cars, Stock Cars, pg. 65; Ventilator Cars, pg. 66; Covered Hoppers, pp. 67-76; Open Hoppers, pp. 77-83; Gondolas, pp. 84-90; Flat Cars, pp. 91-95; Pulpwood Cars, pp. 96-99; Autorack Cars, Tank Cars, pg. 100; Piggyback Trailers, pg. 101; Cabooses, pp. 102-112; Derricks, pg. 113; Equipment Cars, pp. 114-116; Camp Cars, pp. 117-125; Company Service Cars, pg. 126; Miscellaneous, pp. 127-128. Hard cover with jacket, 128 pages, 8.5 x 11 x.5 in., all color photographs with captions.
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