The story of the Pennsylvania Railroad, Long Island Railroad, New Haven and their successors that used Penn Station from an electric traction point of view.
Contents: Introduction, pp. 4-9; Getting to Manhattan: The PRR's Original New York Zone, pp. 10-31; The Great Alternating Current Electrification, pp. 32-40; Electrical Technology for Motive Power, pp. 41-62; Operations, pp. 63-94; Systems Engineering or Things Other Than Trains, pp. 95-113; A Review of Movable Bridges and Catenary Structures, pp. 114-126; Conclusion, pp. 127-128.
Hardcover with jacket, 128 pages, standard portrait size, Color images with captions.