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  • Through The Heart of the South. The Seaboard Air Line Railroad Story (Johnson)

 "The Seaboard Air Line didn't own any airplanes. It was not an airline. It was a railroad - and a pretty good one at that." Comprehensive history of Seaboard, a railroad that served Virginia, North and South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama and Florida until it lost its individual identity through amalgamation in 1967. Seaboard pioneered the use of articulated steam locomotives, introduced the first streamlined passenger train in the U.S. Southeast, and initiated important technological changes in the rail industry. Numerous B&W photographs etc.  1995 Boston Mills Press. HB. Good with dw. 160pp. 5FI-5ZZ-MDU

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Through The Heart of the South. The Seaboard Air Line Railroad Story (Johnson)

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