When Atlanta Took the Train

Atlanta The very name evokes a sense of grandeur and splendor and an aura of dominance Indeed, today s Atlanta has no rival It easily claims the title of the Southeast s leading commercial and transportation hub Present day Atlanta prides itself in having one of the largest and busiest airports in the world, and 100 years ago, it boasted of having the busiest railroadAtlanta The very name evokes a sense of grandeur and splendor and an aura of dominance Indeed, today s Atlanta has no rival It easily claims the title of the Southeast s leading commercial and transportation hub Present day Atlanta prides itself in having one of the largest and busiest airports in the world, and 100 years ago, it boasted of having the busiest railroad center in the South At its peak, its passenger stations dispatched countless numbers of trains to every major city in the country This book recalls the building of the many stations that faithfully served Atlanta and records, with the exception of one, their final reduction to piles of rubble when they were of no further use, only to be remembered on paper and in the memories of those fortunate enough to have witnessed them.
When Atlanta Took the Train Atlanta The very name evokes a sense of grandeur and splendor and an aura of dominance Indeed today s Atlanta has no rival It easily claims the title of the Southeast s leading commercial and transpo

  • Title: When Atlanta Took the Train
  • Author: David H. Steinberg The Staff of the Southeastern Railway Museum
  • ISBN: 9781467128223
  • Page: 438
  • Format: Paperback
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    About the Author

    David H. Steinberg The Staff of the Southeastern Railway Museum

    David H Steinberg is the screenwriter of the cult classic movie Slackers, National Lampoon s Barely Legal, and several films in the American Pie series He grew up in West Hartford, Connecticut, entered Yale at age 16, and earned his law degree from Duke, where he served as editor in chief of the law review He practiced law for four years before abandoning his legal career to attend the USC School of Cinema Television.Steinberg has written extensively for film and television Last Stop This Town is his first novel.

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