The story of the rail operations out of Cleveland Union Terminal in Railroading's Golden Age
The author has always thought that Cleveland Union Terminal had one of the most sophisticated railroad, interurban and rapid transit operations in the United States, and maybe the world. In this book you will see why he thinks this way.
Contents: Foreword, pg. 4; Introduction, pg. 5; Two Brothers and an Idea, pp. 6-7; Operations Start, pp. 8-11; The Electrification, pp. 12-21; Diesel Days, pp. 22-38; Local Electric Operation Survived, pp. 39-49; CUT Electrics Find a New Life in New York, pp. 50-53; CUT Rat Pack, pp. 54-67; Appendix, pp. 68-71; Bibliography, pg. 72.
Railroad Avenue Enterprises, softcover, 72 pages, standard portrait book 8 x 10 in., Black-and-White photographs, illustrations, maps, diagrams and locomotive roster data.