by Rick Tipton, Charles Buccola, John Campbell and Charles B. Castner.
Jack Fravert chronicled the railroading around Louisville in the years following WWII when steam was succumbing to the diesel. Louisville & Nashville, Chesapeake & Ohio and Pennsylvania Railroad steam and diesel operations are examined and explained in detail.
Contents: Jack Fravert, Trackside Photographer, pg. 3;
Louisville the City, pp. 4-5;
Louisville Union Station, pp. 6-25;
South Louisville Shops, The Heart and Home of the L&N, pp. 26-62;
East Louisville: L&N's Other Ancestral Terminal, pp. 63-68;
L&N Through Louisville's Eastern Suburbs, pp. 69-80;
Chesapeake & Ohio into Louisville, pp. 81-105;
Pennsylvania Railroad crosses the Ohio River, pp. 106-128.
Morning Sun Books, hardcover with dust jacket, 128 pages, 8.5 x 11 x .5 in., all Color photographs with captions.