Where Did The Tracks Go In The Western Adirondacks? (Mountain Railroads of New York State)
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To present both the opening and closing years for these railroads and industries.. an atlas. Mountain Railroads of New York State includes railroads which diverged from the New York Central Main Line into the Adirondacks from the south, concentrating on the Adirondack Division, its branches, and its connecting shortlines. The major objectives of this volume are: locate as precisely as possible abandoned and extant railroad grades, with their associated industries and facilities, on maps based on topographic quadrangles, i.e
Excellent in all respects This is another fine work by Michael Kudish, who once again demonstrates his unique talent for unearthing every imaginable detail about the subject and doing so in such a way that it is fascinating At least for railroad buffs. He has also collected many priceless photos and interviewed numerous individuals who provide details that without Mr. Kudish's writings, would be lost forever. The many maps are an added bonus. If you are a rail fan.BUY IT before it goes out of print and it costs you a fortune.