—National Railway Bulletin
MYTH and mystery surround the never-completed Southern New England Railroad for which immense fills, deep rock cuts, and lofty abutments still mark its 85-mile route from Palmer, MA, to Rhode Island. Begun in 1910 by the Grand Trunk RR, the line was covertly fought by New England “Railroad Lord” Charles S. Mellen in a fierce battle exhaustively researched and eloquently recounted by historian Larry Lowenthal. Includes over 200 maps and illustrations, detailed maps of the route, and full color dust jacket.
Published by Marker Press
8-1/2" x 11" hardbound, 264 pages, $39.95
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