Erie Railroad operator Cal Banse took his camera to work and on excursions in eastern Ohio, western Pennsylvania and elsewhere in the steel and coal country. Cal was photographing the railroad scene from the end of steam to the introduction of second-generation diesels in a territory known for its heavy industry.
Contents: Trackside with Cal Banse, pp. 3-5; Erie and E-L, pp. 6-33; Nickel Plate, pp. 34-39; Pennsylvania Railroad, pp. 40-55; Baltimore and Ohio, pp. 56-77; New York Central, pp. 78-83; Bessemer and Lake Erie, pp. 84-91; Penn Central, pp. 92-93; Conrail, pp. 94-95; Norfolk & Western, pp. 96-97; Pittsburgh & Lake Erie, pg. 98; Short Lines and Industrial Railroads, pp. 99-128.
Hardcover with jacket, 128 pages, 11 x 8.5 in., Color images with captions.