Did you know Project 3713 supporter David Crosby has donated the royalties from his latest book to the #3713 effort? Every purchase of the book helps us get closer to having #3713 back under steam.
<strong>The Lackawanna Railroad in Northeastern Pennsylvania</strong> is part of the Acadia Publishing series Images of Rail. The publisher says “The Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad, better known as the Lackawanna Railroad, was organized in 1851 and thrived on the anthracite coal traffic originating from the area surrounding Scranton, Pennsylvania. The company came to operate a network of track between Hoboken, New Jersey, and Buffalo, New York, before becoming part of the Erie Lackawanna Railway in 1960. During the first decade of the 1900s, the railroad underwent a substantial modernization and improvement project, which was documented extensively by company-hired photographers. A century later, these images provide a fascinating insight into the everyday workings of a railroad and its interaction with the communities along its route. Nearly all of the railroad territory covered by this book remains in operation today.”
The book is available from the <a href=”http://www.arcadiapublishing.com/9781467121682/Lackawanna-Railroad-in-Northeastern-Pennsylvania-The” target=”_blank”>publisher</a> and on <a href=”http://www.amazon.com/Lackawanna-Railroad-Northeastern-Pennsylvania-Images/dp/1467121681″ title=”Amazon Link” target=”_blank”>Amazon</a>.