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Mountain Railroads of New York State, Volume Two

Michael Kudish

Mountain Railroads of New York State, Volume Two

Where Did the Tracks Go in the Central Adirondacks?

by Michael Kudish

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Published by Purple Mountain Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History / United States

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    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages565
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12301368M
    ISBN 101930098812
    ISBN 109781930098817
    OCLC/WorldCa166886571

    South Platte Press. 1 lb 8 oz. Email to friends Share on Facebook - opens in a new window or tab Share on Twitter - opens in a new window or tab Share on Pinterest - opens in a new window or tabSeller Rating: % positive. MOUNTAIN RAILROADS OF NEW YORK STATE, VOLUME 3: WHERE DID THE TRACKS GO IN THE EASTERN ADIRONDACKS by Michael Kudish is a railroad geography primarily covering the Delaware and Hudson Mailine from Whitehall to the Canadian border with its connecting rail lines.

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Mountain Railroads of New York State, Volume Two by Michael Kudish Download PDF EPUB FB2

The major objectives of Volume Two, as well as for the other three volumes of Mountain Railroads of New York State, are: locate as precisely as possible abandoned and extant railroad grades, with their associated industries and facilities, on maps based on topographic quadrangles, i.e.

an atlas. To present both the opening and closing years for these railroads and industries.5/5(3). Mountain Railroads of New York State, Volume 2 book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This is the second of a four-volume set on 4/5(2).

Mountain Railroads of New York State Vol. 2: Central Adirondacks by Michael Kudish. Purple Mountain Press, softcover. New. Where did the Tracks Go in the Central Adirondacks. This is Volume II of a four-Volume set on Mountain Railroads of New York State. It includes railroads which diverged from the New York Central Main Line into the Adirondacks from the south, concentrating on.

Mountain Railroads of New York State Volume 2: Where Did the Tracks Go in the Central Adirondacks. $ By: Michael Kudish. The exploration continues with study of railroads connecting the New York Central Mainline with the Adirondack Division. Mountain Railroads of New York State Vol.

2: Central Adirondacks- Where did the Tracks Go in the Central Adirondacks. This is Volume II of a four-Volume set on Mountain Railroads of New York State. It includes railroads which diverged from the New Yo. This is Volume II of a four-volume set on Mountain Railroads of New York State. It includes railroads which diverged from the New York Central Main Line into the Adirondacks from the south, concentrating on the Adirondack Division, its branches, and its connecting shortlines.

Volume I, published by The Purple Mountain Press inwas entitled Where did the Tracks Go in the Western Adirondacks. Like his three previous books on Adirondack railroad lines, this is a monumental atlas.

It covers the Catskills region from the Hudson Valley to the West Branch Delaware River Valley. Included are the Ulster & Delaware; the Delaware & Northern; the New York, Ontario & Western s Delhi Branch; and the Catskill Mountain Railroad with its connecting narrow-gauged lines in Greene County.5/5(8).

Michael Kudish is the author of Mountain Railroads of New York State, Volume 3 ( avg rating, 4 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Adirondack Upland 4/5(21). The maps in the Mountain Railroads of New York State: Where Did the Tracks Go.

series combine detail from multiple sources and will greatly assist the reader in the field to locate precisely sites of historic railroad activity. Volume I, published inand Volume IIred the western and central Adirondacks.4/5(1).

Mountain Railroads of New York State, Volume 3 book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(4). Lost Railroads of Western New York Volume 1: The Lehigh Valley at Buffalo By Stephan M.

Koenig pages, softcover $ This is the first in a planned series of books about now-vanished railroads of the western New York state region. Central New York Railroad (CNYK) (Operated by New York, Susquehanna and Western Railway) Clarendon and Pittsford Railroad (CLP) (Owned by Vermont Railway) Conrail Shared Assets Operations (CSAO) operates Staten Island Railroad (SIRR) (Jointly Owned by CSX Transportation and Norfolk Southern Railway).

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Picture Information. Vol. 2, Railroads that served MAINE (NEW BOOK) Railroads of the Seller Rating: % positive. Major changes found in Mountain Railroads of New York State Mountain Railroads of New York State contains chapters on additional railroads not located in Railroads of the Adirondacks: A History in These are: Chapter 29 on the Glenfield & Eastern, Volume I.

Chapter 30 on the DeGrasse Paper Company Railroad, Volume I. Reference Books of interest to the Adirondack Branch: 1. "Delaware & Hudson" by James Shaughnessy, Howell North Books, 2. "Mountain Railroads of New York State, Volume 3, Where Did The Tracks Go in the Eastern Adirondacks?" by Michael Kudish, Purple Mountain Press, 3.

"Durant", by Craig Gilborn, Adirondack Museum, 4. "Dr. Buy three copies of Mountain Railroads of New York State: Where Did the Tracks Go. (mix or match)and receive a free copy of the hardcover history of New York State's first two railroads ($ value): Pioneer American Railroads: The Mohawk and Hudson & The Saratoga and Schenectady.

Rather it is the culmination of years of field notes by the author and many supporting assistant historians trying to put together the all-time listing of every railroad to ever exist, or nearly exist, in the Catskill Mountains.5/5. Buy a cheap copy of Mountain Railroads of New York State, book by Michael Kudish.

This is the fourth and final volume of Mountain Railroads of New York State by Michael Kudish. Like his three previous books on Adirondack railroad lines, this is a Free shipping over $ Mountain Railroads of New York State will be published in four volumes.

The older work, ROTA, will be split into three volumes with added information on each railroad, and the fourth volume will be entirely new coverage of the railroads of the other mountain range of New York State: the Catskills.

He has since retired from Paul Smith's College, moved to the Catskills, and has completed a four-volume set on the Mountain Railroads of New York State. It updates Railroads of the Adirondacks in the first three volumes, and adds a fourth volume covering the Catskills (with a separate Addendum volume of 55 pages).

Mountain Railroads of the New York State vol 4, Michael Kudish, Purple Mountain Press; New York Central in the Hudson Valley, Drury; New York Harbor Railroads in Color vol 1, Flagg, Morning Sun Books.Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

Author of The Catskill Forest, Mountain Railroads of New York State, Volume Two, Adirondack upland flora, Where did the tracks go, Railroads of the Adirondacks.The primary intent of Mountain Railroads of New York State is to assist the reader in the location of railroad grades, primarily abandoned, in the field.

For future historians, these four Volumes date, as best as possible, the period of service of each line and major industry.