From the Bob's Photo collection comes another look at the New Haven's Old Colony Division. The Old Colony was an independent railroad leased by the New Haven in 1893 to gain access to Boston.
The Black-and-White photographs with extensive captions cover from the early steam era to the early to mid diesel era. The book is organized by the various routes out of Boston the division covered. Stations, Locations, Steam Locomotives, early diesels including ALCO DL-109 models are featured.
Contents:Introduction;1. The Old Colony Railroad;2. Boston;3. Boston to Braintree;4. The Greenbush Line;5. The Plymouth Branch;6. The Middleboro Branch;7. Boston to Taunton;8. The Fall River Line;9. The New Bedford Line;10. Buzzards Bay;11. The Woods Hole Branch;12. The Hyannis Branch;13. The Provincetown Branch;14. The Northern Old Colony;15. The Providence Division;16. Odds & Ends.
Bob's Photo, softcover, 48 pages, standard portrait book 8 x 10 in., Black-and-White photographs with captions.