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  • Operation CUT. The first 30 Years. The story of the rail operations out of Cleveland Union Terminal (Grasso)

This is the story of rail operations, both railroad and transit, that ran out of Cleveland Union Terminal in "Railroading's Golden Age" from 1930 to 1960. Coverage of electrified operation from 1930 to 1953; the transfer of the P class electrics to operation for the New York Central (later Penn Central and Amtrak) into Grand Central Station in New York City.The Shaker Heights Rapid Transit is also covered.The author has always thought that Cleveland Union Terminal had one of the most sophisticated railroad, interurban and rapid transit operations in the United States, and maybe the world.  Included in the book is a good diagram of CUT's station track layout as well as a map showing tracks east and south of the terminal. Numerous B&W photographs. 2003 RAE Publishing. New SB. 72pp NOS-OPC-UT3

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Operation CUT. The first 30 Years. The story of the rail operations out of Cleveland Union Terminal (Grasso)

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