New England & Maritime Canada Railroad Atlas
Published by Steam Powered Video, the Railroad Atlas of North America series is designed to provide a single source of reference for railroads past and present. Maps are clearly printed on glossy paper. The index is extensive: Look up towns, railroad yards, major industries and stations. Each atlas has detector locations, open and closed stations, tourist railroads, major bridges and tunnels and other railroad details. This is the most comprehensive and up-to-date railroad atlas available. Drawn at eight miles to one inch, with two miles to one inch for complex and close-up areas, this atlas has the detail you need.
88 pages, with over 80 maps, featuring two-color maps, plus index, cover New England and Maritime Canada. This revised edition has been expanded with new enlargements to show complex areas in greater detail and now includes interurban electric lines, light rail and principal logging railroads. Includes a large detail map for Boston, and for the first time, subways and rapid transit lines in Boston. Many smaller detail maps cover congested areas such as Burlington, Claremont, Concord-Manchester, Barre-Montpelier, Portland, Lowell, Danbury, Waterbury, Hartford, Middletown, New London, New Haven, Halifax, Edmunston, Moncton Terminal, Saint John, Cape Termentine and more. All railroads shown, including current and past operated common carriers, tourist and major industrial railroads along with abandoned routes.