An illustrated history of southern New Jersey's jointly-owned railroad.
Authored by Frederick A. Kramer and published by the West Jersey Chapter of the NRHS.
This greatly expanded edition includes some new photographs and all of the captions have been written by William J. Coxey.
For a time the P-RSL consisted of two competing lines. One operated by the mighty Pennsylvania Railroad, and the other by the competitive Reading with fast passenger train service. This is part of the fascinating story of this railroad. The book covers the early years up to 1976 and the formation of Conrail.
Contents:Pennsylvania-Reading Seashore Lines, pp. 4-5;Rails for Southern New Jersy: 1852-1924, pp. 6-29;Changing Times: 1925-1929, pp. 30-39;A Shotgun Marriage: 1930-1933, pp. 40-45;PRSL's First Decade: 1934-1945, pp. 46-75;The Railroad Ferries: 1880-1952, pp. 76-85;The Tide Goes Out: 1946-1976, pp. 86-93;Photo Album: 1950-1959, pp. 94-112;1960-1976, pp. 113-137;Locomotive Roster, pp. 138-139;Passenger Equipment Roster, pg. 140;Timetable No. 5: June 1973, pp. 140-144.
West Jersey Chapter NRHS, softcover, 144 pages, standard portrait book 8 x 10 in., Black-and-White photographs and illustrations.