A railroad that spared no expense to attract passengers, and then spared no effort to drive them away. A look at Southern Pacific's passenger service from the postwar period to the Amtrak era.
There is a nice 4-page section on riding the REDWOOD (NWP's RDC train). Also included are some scenes on the Rock Island.
Acknowledgements, Introduction, pp. 2-4;
Bibliography, pg. 5;
The Early Era of Color Photography on the SP (Steam and early Streamliners), pp. 6-39; (these are my own chapter headings as there are none in the book), pp. 6-39;
The Middle Era of Color Photography on the SP (mixed consists and simplified diesel and car paint schemes), pp. 40-101;
Nearing the End (shorter trains, mixed consists, second-generation diesels), pp. 102-119;
Southern Pacific and Amtrak, pp. 120-128.
Morning Sun Books, hardcover with dust jacket, 128 pages, 11 x 8.5 x .5 in., all Color photographs with captions.