Title: The Delaware & Hudson's Susquehanna Division...
Publisher: Depot Square Publishing
Publication Date: 2014
Book Condition: New
Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included
Roads, Rivers and Rails: The Delaware & Hudson's Susquehanna Division Heritage Trail Vol. 2: Oneonta to Binghamton by John Taibi. Volume II, is where Taibi continues his story of the D&H and its connection to all of the towns served between the 'City of the Hills' (Oneonta) and the 'Parlor City' (Binghamton). This book contains more than 600 first-generation color, sepia, and black & white illustrations - from vintage stereo-views and post cards to Color photographs of current owner Canadian Pacific Rail sharing the steel ribbons with Norfolk Southern. Vintage D&H steam and early diesels to the most modern motive power - AC4400CW, SD60 SD90, ES44AC, C40-9W, and ES40DC - are captured at various locations over the line. Union Pacific and BNSF run-through power makes numerous appearances. An extensive introduction reviews the first book. Then Volume II starts its own story with an all-new section on Oneonta. From there the journey continues down the Susquehanna watershed through Otego, Wells Bridge, Unadilla, Sidney, Bainbridge, Afton, Nineveh, Harpursville, Belden, Tunnel, Sanitaria Springs, and Port Crane - concluding at the 'Parlor City', Binghamton. Contents: Yesterday. and Today, pp. I - xxiv; An Oneonta Farewell, pp. 1-30; Sunrise at Pony Farm Road Bridge, pp. 31-48; Cabin Country - OG to TP, pp. 49-126; Beside the Susquehanna - TP to SW, pp. 127-188; Up and Under Belden Hill - SW to BL, pp. 189-240; Susquehanna River Rendezvous - BL to QD, pp. 241-292; Transitions, pp. 293-298; Epilogue, pp. 299-304; Bibliography, pp. 305-306; Index, pp. 307-311. Depot Square Publishing, hardcover with dust jacket, 341 pages, 8.75 x 11.5 in., 619 illustrations (over 300 in full color), maps, blueprints, bibliography, and a complete index. Oblong hardcover with dust jacket format with a protective gloss film lamination. Printed at 175-line screen on 80 lb. Sterling Gloss Text paper. Bookseller Inventory # dsp488
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