During the decade of World War II, some pioneering color photographers were out shooting film on the last of Pennsylvania's traction: Philadelphia Transport, Market St Elevated, Fairmont Park, Red Arrow, P&W, LVT, Scranton Tran, L&WV, W-B Railway, Conestoga, Hershey, A&LV, Johnstown Traction, West Penn and PGH Railways.
More Pennsylvania Trolleys, pg. 3;
What Happened to the Trolley?, pg. 4;
Philadelphia Trolleys, pp. 5-15;
The Market Street Subway-Elevated, pp. 16-19;
The Fairmount Park Trolley, pp. 20-27;
Red Arrow Lines, pp. 28-30;
Philadelphia and Western, pp. 31-33;
Lehigh Valley Transit, pp. 34-59;
Scranton Transit, pp. 60-67;
The Lackawanna and Wyoming Valley Railroad, pp. 68-73;
Wilkes-Barre Railway Co., pp. 74-81;
Lancaster, pp. 82-87;
Hershey, pp. 88-89;
Altoona, pp. 90-96;
Johnstown, pp. 97-104;
West Penn Railways, p. 105-119;
Pittsburgh Railways, pp. 120-127;
Epilogue, pg. 128.
Morning Sun Books, hardcover with dust jacket, 128 pages, standard portrait book 8 x 10 in., Color photographs with captions.