The Ann Arbor Railroad was as much a steamship line as a railroad. This text rich Volume follows Michigan's most distinctive railroad from beginning to end with stunning photographs that will surprise readers.
Contents: Introduction, pp. 1-7; Ch. 1: Building the Ann Arbor Railroad, pp. 7-24; Ch. 2: The First DT&I Era, pp. 25-28; Ch. 3: The Ann Arbor Railroad Company, pp. 29-36; Ch. 4: The Wabash Era, pp. 37-70; The Second DT&I Era, pp. 71-108; Afterword's, pp. 109-128 (Conrail, Cross Lake Operations, The Ann Arbor today).
Hardcover with jacket, 128 pages, 11 x 8.5 in., Color images with captions.