Softcover, 48 pages, B&W photographs with captions, color covers, high-quality glossy paper.
At the eastern end of the New Haven Railroad was Boston. However, this was not always the case. The acquisition of the Old Colony and Boston & Providence forged the final link in the New Haven's famous Shore Line Route main line between New York and Boston.
This book is based on the collection of photographs owned by Robert A. Liljestrand. Text and captions were written by Marc Frattasio.
Introduction, pg. 3,South Station, pp. 4-9,The Boston Passenger Terminal, pp. 10-15,The Boston Freight Terminal, pp. 16-21,Back Bay Station, pp. 22-23,The Boston & Providence Main Line, pp. 24-27,The Needham Branch, pp. 28-30,The Dedham Branch, pp. 31-32,The Milton and Shawmut Branches, pp. 33-35,The Dorchester Freight Line, pp. 36-37,Readville, pp. 38-41,Route 128 Station, pp. 42-43,Other Popular NH Train Watching Locations in the Boston Area, pp. 44-47,Index, pg. 48.