An all-rail ride to the 'Big Apple' was Pennsylvania Railroad President Alexander Cassatt's goal and he accomplished it by 1910 with remarkable construction achievements. See the vital east end of the New York Division in full color through its facilities ranging from the incomparable Penn Station, New York to a lowly block station in Waverly Yard.
Contents: Main Line from New York to Lane (pp. 7-77), New York Rail-Water Facilities (1 page), West Newark Branch (1 page), Jersey City Branch (pp. 80-101), Passaic & Harsimus Branch (pp. 102-119), Greenville Branch (pp. 120-128).
Includes photographs of many GG1s and other PRR electrics, Penn Station and other terminals, towers and first-generation diesels.
Hardcover with dust jacket, 128 pages, 8.5 x 11 in., Color photographs with captions.
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