The rail center of the South is scrutinized in full color by noted photographer Howard Robins. Enjoy ACL, SAL, SOU, A&WP, GA, CofG, SCL, L&N, and the other smaller roads that made Atlanta, Georgia such an eclectic mix of railroading in the 1960s.
Area Facilities, pp. 3-4;
Rail Map of Atlanta, pp. 5-6;
Howard L. Robins, pp. 6-7;
Atlanta & West Point, pp. 8-12;
Atlantic Coast Line, pp. 13-19;
Central of Georgia, pp. 20-31;
Gainesville Midland, pp. 32-37;
Georgia Railroad, pp. 38-45;
Louisville & Nashville, pp. 46-57;
Milstead, Georgia Power, pg. 58;
Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis, pp. 59-67;
The Great Locomotive Chase, pp. 68-69;
Seaboard Air Line, pp. 70-81;
Seaboard Coast Line, pp. 82-87;
Southern Railway, pp. 88-106;
Southern Subsidiaries, pp. 107-113;
Western Railway of Alabama, pp. 114-120;
Foreign Visitors, pp. 121-127;
Farewell, pg. 128.
Morning Sun Books, hardcover with dust jacket, 128 pages, 11 x 8.5 x .5 in., all Color photographs with captions.