In this title you will see what became the Erie Western before the advent of Conrail and then the operation by EW. There are a number of shots of freshly painted white ALCO RS units before time and use dirtied them up. The roster and equipment section make this a pretty complete photo essay of the short lived Erie Western.
The Erie Western was a short lived but valiant attempt to continue service on the Erie Lackawanna in Indiana. Everything about the Erie Western is covered in this book, including the predecessor and successor lines.
Introduction, pg. 4;
The Erie Lackawanna, pp. 5-23;
Conrail, pg. 24;
Erie Western, pp. 25-102;
The Chicago & Indiana Railroad, pp. 103-109;
The Tippecanoe Railroad, pp. 110-113;
The Indiana Erie Railroad, pg. 114;
Other Lines, pp. 115-116;
Roster, pp. 117-121;
Equipment, pp. 122-128;
Morning Sun Books, hardcover with jacket, 128 pages, 11 x 8.5 x .5 in., Color photographs, roster.