NEW YORK (PRWEB) March 17, 2021
Gregg M. Turner, a former curator and national director of the Railway and Locomotive Historical Society at Harvard Business School, has completed his new book “The New York and New England Railroad”: an engrossing account that unveils the astounding history and perpetuation of the New York and New England Railroad in the United States.
Greg writes, “Railroads were the first big business enterprises of America and made possible many other industries. They knitted our expansive nation together and ably transported people, materials, supplies, goods, and mail.
Literally hundreds, if not thousands, of railroads were built in the United States during the nineteenth century. Among the more colorful was the New York and New England Railroad, which connected Boston with the Hudson River via the uplands of Connecticut. If ever a company had its share of trials and tribulations it was this firm. Yet its fascinating, topsy-turvy past is today largely forgotten.
This work brings to life how the New York and New England Railroad evolved from humble beginnings to becoming a potent transportation force. Meticulously researched with many period images and a lively text, our journey begins in the 1840s and lasts until the late 1890s. Climb aboard for a special trip into this unique chapter of American railroad history!”
Published by Page Publishing, Gregg M. Turner’s opus presents detailed information on the conception and building of the New York and New England Railroad that bridged places throughout America.
This book highlights the significance of railroads in travel and trade and industry during the past days of America.
Readers who wish to experience this noteworthy work can purchase “The New York and New England Railroad” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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