Structures and operations of the New Haven in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and parts of Connecticut are examined in both the New Haven and early Penn Central years. Contents: Foreword, pp. 3-7; Boston to Providence, pp. 8-75; Providence to Shore Line Junction, pp. 76-95; Boston to Provincetown, pp. 96-107; Woods Hole Branch, pg. 108; Milton Branch, pg. 108; Greenbush Branch, pg. 109; Plymouth Branch, pg. 109; Stoughton to Whittenton Jct., pg. 110; Woonsocket Branch, pp. 111-118; Providence, Warren and Bristol Branch, pp. 119-121; Providence Worcester, pp. 122-123; Norwich Worcester, pp. 124-126; The Air Line, 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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