The Peoria Road was a small but vital link in America's Transcontinental Route. It rostered an interesting array of one-of-a-kind diesels, all of which can be seen in this 1950s to present look at the road. A Color Guide section covers its varied equipment as well.
Contents: History of the TP&W, pp. 3-10; Keokuk, pp. 11-14; La Harpe, pp. 15-16; Fort Madison and Lomax, pg. 17; Bushnell, pg. 18; Coal Fields, pg. 19; Canton, pp. 19-20; Mapleton, Kolbe and Sommer, pp. 21-24; Peoria, pp. 25-40; East Peoria, pp. 41-78; Farmdale Trestle, pp. 79-81; Washington, Eureka and the Santa Fe, pp. 82-86; El Paso, pp. 87-89; Chenoa, pp. 90-92; Fairbury and Forrest, pp. 93-95; Chatsworth, pg. 96; Gilman, Crescent City and Watseka, pp. 97-102; Effner to Logansport, pp. 103-111; TP&W Equipment, pp. 112-128.
Hardcover with jacket, 128 pages, standard portrait size, Color images with captions.