by Heimburger, Donald J.
(Heimburger House Publishing Company, 1Rivert Forest; 1984). First Edition. Quarto. 320 pp. Includes supplemental page page laid in. Illustrated with black and white photographic images. The Wabash earned a solid reputation in rail transportation before it merged into the Norfolk and Western in 1964. The Wabash had coffee shop club cars, lounges, observation-parlor-lounge cars and reclining, revolving "Sleepy Hollow" seats. Although gone now, the "Follow the Flag" railroad is still fondly remembered and revered by many. Bound in dark blue cloth, spine lettering gilt. A fine bright copy in very good pictorial dust jacket with chip to upper edge of front panel and little wear to head. (Inventory #: 001911)