Gene Van Dusen was out 'trackside' on the western end of the Water Level Route with Lieca in hand loaded with Kodachrome in the late 1940s and early 1950s. If it wasn't a Hudson or Niagara, then it had to be a Mohawk or Mike. The diesels were so clean and new you could eat off them. Notre Dame football specials, blazing streamliners, and quaint country branch lines are all to be found in this marvelous look back.
Contents:1948, pp. 6-9;1949, pp. 10-19;1950, pp. 20-29;1951, pp. 30-37;1952, pp. 38-49;1953, pp. 50-83;1954, pp. 84-109;1955, pp. 110-119;1956, pp. 120-128.
More steam than diesel with quite a few passenger trains.
Hardcover with jacket, 128 pages, standard portrait size, Color images with captions.