Don’t Miss Out on John Ham’s New Book

From Gotham to the Berkshires

(New York Central’s Harlem Division)

By John Ham

If you enjoyed John’s Along the Old West Shore,

you will find this a very informative book

on the NYC Harlem Division.



From Gotham to The Berkshires – New York Central’s Harlem Division
The Story of the old New York & Harlem Railroad began way back in 1831 when New York City authorized construction of a horse-drawn streetcar system for Manhattan Island that evolved over the decades into a major commuter railroad connecting New York State’s upstate communities with the City.
This new book is not a detailed narrative of the New York Central’s Harlem Division, but rather a photographic look at the history of this railroad that was the driving force in developing the regions along the eastern border of New York State from New York City to the heart of the Berkshires in Massachusetts.
Several noted photographers and railroad historians have opened their collections to us and they are the major source of the nearly 600 photographs, maps and timetables that lie between the covers of this publication. These folks have literally saved the history of this under-publicized major railroad and we are proud to present their work within.
Expected Delivery 3rd Qtr. 2019
MSRP $64.95  NYCSHS Members’ Price $51.96 and that is 20% off MSRP!

Shipping is extra and Ohio residents pay 8% Ohio Sales Tax

Order Today as We Have Only a Limited Supply of These Books!!!!!

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