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KIRKUS REVIEW

Sportsman and railroad buff, Farrington makes a new chapter to current steel rail travel, noting the improvements, new equipment, better performance and speed in freight and passenger operation, the development of CTC (centralized traffic control), and the Dieselization that has occurred. This is for the fellowship for whom all facts of railroading are fascinating, for its coverage of the crack trains and the projects of the progressive companies is detailed and comprehensive, and its presentation is enthusiastic and graphic. Exciting stuff for the fans.

Pub Date: June 13th, 1949
Publisher: Coward-McCann