This book continues Mallory Ferrell's work on the short lines of the American South. His interest began as a teenager in the 1940s. Excursions chasing down the last of steam in the South along with the photographic efforts of others also interested in the subject provide the photography for this excellent book.
Contents: acknowledgments, pg. 10; Foreword: Memories of the South, pg. 11; Introduction: What Was a Short Line', pg. 12; Ch. 1: Georgia On My Mind, pg. 16; Ch. 2: Way Down Upon The Suwannee (Florida), pg. 80; Ch. 3: Heart of Dixie (Alabama), pg. 102; Ch. 4: Ghost in Mississippi, pg. 126; Ch. 5: Bayous, Blues & Balloon Stacks (Louisiana), pg. 146; Ch. 6: Arkansas Travelers, pg. 162; Ch. 7: East (By God!) Texas, pg. 188; Ch. 8: Less Than Carload, pg. 214; Index pg 223.
Hundman Publishing, hardcover with jacket, 226 pages, 11 x 8.5 x .75 in., Black-and-White and a few Color photographs and illustrations.