Even though there are many photographs in this book, the is much text describing the locations in and around Columbus, Ohio. There are also track charts for major junctions. Most photographs are Black and White with some Color, including a number of color photographs of Pennsy steam.
A Short History of Columbus Railroads, PRR Lines into Columbus, Other Lines and Connections at Columbus;
Columbus Union Depot and its Passenger Trains;
St. Clair Avenue Enginehouse;
Pennsy Freight Yards;
20th Street Shops;
The Columbus & Newark (C&N);
Columbus & Xenia (C&X);
Chicago Columbus & Indiana Central (CC&IC);
The Akron Branch (CA&C);
The Sandusky Branch.
Port Columbus to Olentangy, 1958, Yards in Columbus and Bradford, 1928;
Alum Creek to RA, 1945;
The Enginehouse at Spruce Street, c.1950;
The Freight House at 4th and Naughten Sts., 1941;
St. Clair Enginehouse and its Environs, 1951 and St. Clair Diesel Servicing Facilities, 1956.
Maps in Rear Pocket:
Columbus Railroads, 1893;
Columbus Railroad Facilities, 1934;
Columbus Railroads and Industries, 1962;
Pennsylvania Railroad Technical and Historical Society, hardcover, 188 pages, standard portrait size, 334 illustrations (mostly photographs).