This Volume is a true treasure. Bill McChesney is a heretofore never recognized master color photographer whose color work has been hidden for over fifty years. Now you can witness New Haven steam still in its prime. If you don't think this is vintage material, wait till you see the 1941 views of the legendary New Haven's EAST WIND in all its yellow glory!
There is far more steam than diesel in this Volume.
Contents: Long Island Railroad, pp. 8-13; New Haven, pp. 14-49; Boston & Maine, pp. 50-67; Central Vermont, pp. 68-71; Hoosac Tunnel & Wilmington, pp. 72-73; Boston & Albany, pg. 74; Rutland, pp. 75-89; Quebec Light & Power Company, pp. 90-91; Delaware & Hudson, pp. 92-98; New York Central, pp. 99-128.
Hardcover with jacket, 128 pages, standard portrait size, Color images with captions.