Passing Trains examines the changing face of Canadian railroading over the past 50 years and features the work of more than two dozen of North America's finest railroad photographers. With over 200 color photographs, as well as gallery-quality black-and-whites, this book takes us back in time for an intimate view of old-order railroading and how it has evolved.
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Greg McDonnell has spent a lifetime observing and documenting all aspects of railroading. His writing and photography appear in North America's leading rail publications. His first book, The History of Canadian Railroads, was published in 1985. His six books with Boston Mills Press include Canadian Pacific, Signatures in Steel, and Wheat Kings. He is also the series editor for the Boston Mills' Masters of Railroad Photography series.Review:
McDonnell paints a brilliant and comprehensive picture of Canada's rails. (Loien Menhennett S Gaugian)
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Book Description Boston Mills Press, 2003. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111550461834