Trains To Victory

The greatest movement of military personnel and material was realized in world war II when United States railroads, with fewer cars and locomotives than available in world war I, carried millions of tons of cargo and thousands of troops on ribbons of steel to their destinations.

The magnitude of the task was over whelming, but the United States railroads pulled together one of the most  dramatic transportation feats of all time.This is their story.

By Donald J. Heimburger and John Kelly hard-cover 380 pages.


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