Throughout the 1940s Lawson Hill lived in Waban, a section of Newton, Massachusetts. A long time Railfan, he switched to color film in 1942 and took his camera and skills trackside to record the changing scene on the local roads: Boston & Maine, New Haven and Boston & Albany. Follow his excursions around Boston in the 1940s and 50s in this Color book.
Contents:Lawson Hill: Trackside Photographer, 1911-1998, pg. 3;Trackside at Lawson's Front Porch, pp. 4-19;Boston & Maine Railroad, pp. 20-69;Boston & Albany Railroad, pp. 70-111;New York, New Haven & Hartford, pp. 112-128.
Hardcover with jacket, 128 pages, standard portrait size, Color images with captions.