In describing Penn Central's operational history and the factors that led to its formation and downfall, author and former PC employee Peter Lynch offers a collection of the best Penn Central color imagery from the archives of photographers Thomas McNamara, J. W. Swanberg, David P. Oroszi, and others. These region-by-region collections depict freight and passenger operations, motive power, rolling stock, and facilities along 20,000 miles of trackage in states from New England to Illinois.
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Peter Lynch has worked for the New Haven, Penn Central, Conrail, and Housatonic railroads. Currently employed as an engineering coordinator on Connecticut Department of Transportation rail projects, Lynch resides in Old Saybrook, Connecticut.Review:
Model Railroading, August 2005 (circ.: 11,000) This book is not a history of the failure of the merger. Rather, it is more of a photographic and written record of some of the trains that were the Penn Central. It also focuses on the daily operations of those trains, where they went and what they did.”
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