J. Parker Lamb broke new ground in railroad photography. His exceptional collection came to the Center for Railroad Photography & Art in 2015, and his work is now the subject of a book, published by the Center.
The text comes from Kevin P. Keefe and Fred W. Frailey. Frailey wrote a foreword that presents Lamb's life story while contextualizing his work within the pantheon of railroad photography. Keefe served as editor, writing captions as well as an afterword focused on the singularity of Lamb's photography in the South. Jeff Brouws and Wendy Burton did the design work, while Scott Lothes assisted with photo editing and digital prepress production.
Hardcover, 208 pages, 10 x 11 inches, 160 duotone photographs (Black-and-White).