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The Call Of Trains
Jim Shaughnessy, Jeff Brouws

Railroad Photographs By Jim Shaughnessy

W.W. Norton & Co.
November 2008
On Sale: November 17, 2008
224 pages
ISBN: 0393065928
EAN: 9780393065923
Hardcover
$65.00
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Non-Fiction Photography

Jim Shaughnessy is a revered name among railway photographers. This collection, the best of his work over a forty-year career, features photographs taken between 1946 and 1988, with an emphasis on the American railroad culture of the fifties and sixties. Jeff Brouws - a railway authority and photo historian - has contributed a biographical essay that traces Shaughnessy's beginnings photographing steam locomotives in Troy, New York, to his documentation of the dramatic steam-to-diesel transition, with an emphasis on the northeastern United States and Canada, where the concentration of railway action and often deep snow resulted in beautiful and unusual images.Not just a compendium of photographs of locomotives, this book covers the whole railroad world - the sheds, tunnels, viaducts, station yards and more. It is a wonderful document of what is arguably railroading's most compelling era.

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Good Morning America - December 18, 2008

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