Change at Park Street Under: The Story of Boston's Subways

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S. Greene Press, 1972 - Local transit - 63 pages
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This was a short, but nicely dense history of the Boston subway system up to 1971. A short but good read! Read full review

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I really enjoyed Cudahy's personable writing style and obvious love of the subject. He peppered informative passages with interesting quotes and well-used exclamation points, which I appreciated. I learned a lot and would recommend this book. Read full review


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Brian Cudahy has served as the director of the office of transit management with the Department of Transportation. He writes on Urban Architecture, focusing on the historical aspects of transit systems. In Under the Sidewalks of New York: The Story of the World's Greatest Subway System, he chronicled the development of the subway and provided a chronological overview of rapid transit. He has also written histories of the Boston subway, Hudson tubes, Pennsylvania railroad tunnels, and the Chicago rapid transit system.

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