Jim Boyd's Southern Pacific epic continues during the 1970s as the railroad enters a troubled period. The best SP color photography ever published!
Rebuilding and Tunnel Motors, The SD55 That Wasn't, Getting a GRIP, The Unique SD45T-2, pp. 10-37;
The Impact of Amtrak, Amtrak Survivors, The Commutes, The Cotton Belt FP-7, pp. 38-65;
Changes in the Freight Fleet, Covered WAG'uns, Super Switchers, Return of Slavery: SD40T-2s, Deliveries and Rebuilds, pp. 66-85;
The Bicentennial Trio, The Freedom Train, pp. 86-93;
Amtrak Shows Its Colors, After the Train Masters, pp. 94-103;
Back to Four Motors, Morrison-Knudsen 'Popsicles', GP40-2s, GP40Xs, More Rebuilds, Oddballs and Obits, pp. 104-120;
The Last New Tunnel Motors, pp. 121-125;
Map and Rosters, pp. 126-128.
Morning Sun Books, hardcover with dust jacket, 128 pages, 11 x 8.5 x .5 in., all Color photographs with captions.