ETA September 2020.
The area surrounding Allentown and Bethlehem was quickly transformed as seven colorful legacy rail lines came under Conrail control in 1976. Over the next 24 years, this industrial region of eastern Pennsylvania would go through its own transformation, affecting traffic patterns for years to come. Historian and photographer Olev Taremae explores these changes through colorful photographs and detailed text.
Contents:IntroductionLegacy LinesAllentown YardLehigh Line EastLehigh Line WestCNJ and LV Lines Abandoned or SoldReading LineSecondary and Industrial Tracks:Odenwelder Industrial TrackWashington SecondaryDelaware SecondaryFreemansburg and Minsi Trail Industrial TracksPerkiomen SecondaryEaston & Northern SecondaryCatasauqua & Fogelsville SecondaryVarious Industrial Tracks Around AllentownIronton Industrial TrackBethlehem SecondaryNesquehoning Valley SecondaryHudson SecondaryCement SecondaryPortland Secondary and Associated LinesNorfolk Southern: Fade to Black
Hardcover, 128 pages?, standard portrait format 8 x 10 in., Color photographs.