A journey through the Company's most highly-industrialized division with a veteran Mahoning Division employee. Journey with us to take a look at the division that produced more revenue annually than the balance of the Railroad.
Introduction to the Mahoning Division, pp. 3-6;
E-L Locomotive Roster, March 31, 1976, pg. 7;
Map, pp. 8-9;
The Cleveland Riverbed, pp. 10-17;
Cleveland, pp. 18-27;
North Randall, pp. 28-29;
Solon to Leavittsburg, pp. 30-31;
Leavittsburg, pp. 32-33;
The Mahoning Valley, pp.34-53;
The Shenango Valley, pg. 54;
Kent to Meadville via 2nd Sub-division, pp. 55-63;
Meadville, pp. 64-71;
Meadville to Salamanca and the B&SW Branch, pp. 72-107;
Salamanca to Hornell and Dunkirk and Bradford Branches, pp. 108-116;
Buffalo, pg. 117;
The Mahoning Division Post E-L, pp. 118-128.
Morning Sun Books, hardcover with dust jacket, 128 pages, standard portrait book 8 x 10 in., Color photographs with captions.