Twin Cities Rails


By Dean Freimund

144 pages

The Twin Cities of St. Paul and Minneapolis, have been an intriguing rail center since its inception; the color film and vibrant schemes of the diesel era made it more so. And the subsequent merger era (and consequent limited partitioning) made this hub a veritable kaleidoscope, creating a magnet for generations of railfans worldwide. The panoply of makes and models of locomotives used by the Class Ones, regionals, terminal, and passenger railroads covers the spectrum, making this book difficult to put down for any and all fans of trains, near and far.