Triumph V: Philadelphia to New York 1830-2002 by David W. Messer edited by Charles S. Roberts
A history of the Pennsylvania Railroad’s New York Division from Philadelphia to New York from 1830 to 2002 beginning with the Camden and Amboy and reaching to Hell Gate, including the mainline, yards, stations and engineering accomplishments. Also biographies of Alexander Casatt and Samuel Rea. Includes over 525 maps, illustrations and photographs, most published for the first time. Enamel paper throughout, five color cover.
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Published by Barnard Roberts & Co.
Binding: Hardback 398 pages
Publisher: Barnard, Roberts and Co.
Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 4.2 x 1 inches
Shipping Weight: 11.8 ounces