Trackside Around Massachusetts 1950-1970
Trackside around Massachusetts 1950-1970 with Russ Munroe by Jeremy F. Plant. The three major roads of the State: New Haven, Boston & Maine and Boston & Albany; are scrutinized in full color by noted rail photographer Russ Munroe. There's a little Central Vermont and other smaller roads also. Contents: Boston & Maine at Mid-Century, pp. 8-11; The 6000, pp. 12-13; On the New Haven, pp. 14-17; Fantrips in the 1950s, pg. 18; Fairbanks-Morse Diesels, pg. 19; Steam on the Central Vermont, pp. 20-21; Boston & Maine, pp. 22-23; The Timeless Moguls, pp. 24-25; The Boneyards, pp. 26-27; Self-Propelled Cars, pg. 28; &M Steam Farewell, pg. 29; The 3600s, pg. 30; Steam at Marblehead, pg. 31; Marblehead Branch, pp. 32-33; Swampscott Branch, pp. 34-35; The Final Winter, pp. 36-39; CV Steam Finale, pg. 40; Eastern Gas & Fuel, pp. 41-43; The Central Mass Branch, pp. 44-45; World of Mirth, pg. 46; Fore River, pg. 47; Grafton & Upton, pp. 48-49; End of the Marblehead Branch, pp. 50-51; Diesel Transition, pg. 52; Old Colony Commuters, pg. 53; Mystic Yard, pp. 54-55; Working Freight, pg. 56; Local Freights at Danvers, pp. 57-58; Waters River Trestle, pg. 59; Gravel Shakers, pp. 60-61; The TALGO, pp.62-65; ALCOs in Western Massachusetts, pp. 66-67; Greenfield, pp. 68-69; Hoosac Tunnel, pp. 70-71; BR-1, pp. 72-73; Crossing the Merrimack, pp.74-75; Filming 'The Cardinal', pg. 76; The New Haven in Boston, pp. 77-81; Seashore Trolley Museum, pp. 82-83; Winter, pp. 84-85; Ubiquitous Budds, pp. 86-89; Wrecks, pp. 90-92; Wreck at Orange, pg. 93; Clean-up at North Andover, pg. 94; House Call at Clinton, pg. 95; Diesel Variety on the &A, pp. 96-99; James E. Strates Shows, pp. 100-103; Attleboro, pp. 104-108; Framingham, pp. 109-111; Ringling Brothers Train, pg. 112; A Trolley Odyssey, pg. 113; A Steam-Powered Wedding, pg. 114; MBTA F-Units, pp. 115-117; The F40s, pg. 118; On the South Side, pp. 119-120; A Tale of Two Bridges, pg. 121; Detour at Danvers, pp. 122-123; Changes on the Cape, pp. 124-126; Conrail, pg. 127; Retirement, pg. 128. Morning Sun Books, hardcover with dust jacket, 128 pages, 8.5 x 11 x .5 in., all color photographs with captions. Bookseller Inventory # msb1242
Title: Trackside Around Massachusetts 1950-1970
Publisher: Morning Sun Books
Publication Date: 2004
Book Condition: New
Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included
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