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4 NEW BOOKS
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INTERURBAN PRESS

California's Electric Railways
A PICTORIAL REVIEW
From Eureka to San Diego, from the mountains to the sea, California traction flourished, withered, and revived. Here's our 100th Special, beautifully created by Harre Demoro ... celebrating years of Golden State electric railroading! photos, 208 pages. 100 342

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For decades, California's Mendocino Coast reverberated to the sounds of steam as the Caspar Lumber Co. logged by rail, and brought its coastal product to market by steamer. Another master

Mallets on

endocino Coast

piece by Ted Wurm.

190 photos,

130 pages, maps, scale drawings.

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The crowds rode behind Camelbacks and in, electric cars, their destination: Atlantic City and the Jersey seacoast. For years the mighty PRR and Reading fought each other with faster, even faster schedules.Then they joined hands to form Pennsylvania-Reading-Seashore Lines.This book, by Richard Gladulich, is the definitive, illustrated history of the entire system. There's a chapter

By Rail to the Boardwalk
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ing by Larry Fish-

When Eastern Michigan Rode the Rails-Book Two
Jack Schramm and William Henning continue the story with an in-depth look at the Detroit Port Huron corridor: interurbans, streetcars, riverboats, steam trains and buses. Great wall to-wall photo coverage of an area rich in trans port heritage.350 + photos, 232 pages.

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