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Chesapeake and Ohio Railway and Norfolk and Western Railway were two Class 1 railroads that had operations in Michigan. C&O had trackage throughout the State before it started selling its Michigan branch and secondary lines in the 1980's. N&W only had one line in Michigan but it was a busy one as it came into Detroit. Both of these railroads had carferry operations in Michigan and significant operations in Canada, which are also covered in this book of color and black and white photographs taken by the author.
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About the Author
Byron Babbish is a railroad photographer, writer and historian. He has written books on railroads and has had many of his photographs published. A retired attorney, his time is spent writing, teaching law, playing violin and model railroading. This is his twenty-seventh book.