Steel Rails Across East Carolina by Dale W. Diacont
Steel Rails Across East Carolina is a leisurely excursion aboard those railroads found east of US Route One. The story is told from the viewpoint of a career railroader who has worked on many of the lines that are featured. Whether you figure your tonnage with the engineer of a grain train, put Amtrak back on the track, or work on a Baldwin diesel in a shop, you will get your hands dirty.
Like Diacont’s first book, Steel Rails Across East Carolina features a horizontal format with nearly one hundred photographs; many of which are full page. An impressive list of excellent photographers helped the author by sharing their work.
Don’t be left at trackside—ride the Steel Rails Across East Carolina.
Hardback, 8 1/2 inches x 11 inches, 128 pages, nearly 100 black and white photographs, printed in the USA.