In this Issue
Less famous than their Lake Michigan cousins, railroad car ferries sailed Lakes Erie and Ontario for more than half a century.
A trip on the Southern’s Asheville Special becomes part of a family’s lore
Rails retreat from the lonely flatlands south of Sacramento
Donald W. Furler helped write the “rules” of action photography in the 1930s and ’40s, then tried color in the ’50s.
New York Central 4-8-2 westbound at Waterloo, Ind., 1949
A passion for trains as a college student turned into a brief railroad career
Rides on AT&SF’s two transcontinental routes opened up new vistas
The Chicago Division was small in mileage but immense in its impact on the C&NW