|Nothing Could Be Finer Than a Frisco Diner |
Reed. Immediately after World War II, the St. Louis-San Francisco Railroad introduced fine dining cars to its passengers and changed the face of rail travel. This lavishly illustrated book highlights that age of glamorous transportation, when businessmen, celebrities, and families on vacation took to the Frisco rails to experience the amazing dining experience that was unparalleled by other lines at the time. 143 pages, 200+ B&W photographs, 8½"x 11", hardcover.
Images of Rail
This photo-history examines the Hershey Transit system, one of the best known and well-kept street car systems that operated from 1904 to 1946. You'll learn how Milton S. Hershey built his now infamous chocolate factory between the Reading Railroad tracks and the Berks & Dauphin Turnpike and established a first-rate street railway system that was vital to the transport of employees, fresh milk, and Hershey visitors to the factory. 128 pages, 200 B&W photographs and illustrations, 6½"x 9¼", softcover.
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