Whitewater Valley Railroad

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Whitewater Valley Railroad: History Through the Miles by Dr. Barton Jennings

This book is written for those who want to know more about the historic Whitewater Valley Railroad. It helps to answer the questions of train passengers who ask,"Where are we and what once happened here?" The route started as the White Water Valley Canal. By 1865, the canal was dead and the railroad took over. Once operated by New York Central's "Big Four," today the line between Connersville and Metamora, Indiana, is operated by the Whitewater Valley Railroad, a  tourist railroad providing service to the former canal town of Metamora. This book provides information on the railroad's history and equipment, as well as a mile-by-mile route guide.

This is the sixth book in the History Through the Miles series by Dr. Barton Jennings.

ISBN: 978-1-7327888-0-0

Retail price: $16.99

Available through Amazon, Ron's Books, and your local bookstore.