The Louisville & Nashville Railroad, 1850-1963 (Google eBook)

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University Press of Kentucky, 1964 - Railroads - 402 pages
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Contents

Ys and Otherwise
169
A Look at Eastern Kentucky
178
North Fork Extension
187
Harlan County Coal
199
Adjustment to War
207
Federal Control
214
Wars Aftermath
223
An Era Ends
230

Yellow Jack and Teredos
53
Coke Feeds the Furnace
62
Presidential Parade
67
Changing the Rail Gauge
76
Growth in Mining Areas
84
Entering the Cumberlands
91
Expanding Services
100
Builders and Wreckers
108
More Bluegrass Pastures
114
Alabama Steel
120
Consolidation Maneuvers
127
Nashvilles New Union Station
135
Southward to Georgia
144
Other Fields of Usefulness
151
LAffaire Gates Hawley
160
Shop Talk
164
We Mend Our Ways
238
Belt Tightening
247
Water on the Track
256
War Again
266
World War II Years
274
The First Century Ends
282
First Ten Second Hundred
290
Into the Space Age
304
From Wood to Steel
328
Varnish Train Ensemble
337
L N Motive Power
349
L N Roadway and Track
367
Presidents of the L N Railroad
385
Railroads Acquired Leased or Constructed to Form Louisville Nashville System
388
In Grateful Acknowledgment
389
Index
390

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