The Northeast Corridor between Boston and Washington is perhaps the single most significant stretch of railroad in the country, connecting dozens of cities like Baltimore, Philadelphia, and New York City. The line carries thousands of passengers daily on a line formed from a patchwork of some of the earliest railroads in America
DeFeo has studied railroads since growing up in Metuchen alongside the Northeast Corridor. He is editor of Railfanning.org and founder of The DeFeo Groupe. The images in this book come from some of the many libraries, museums, and organizations dedicated to preserving railroad history, the archives of Railfanning.org, and the author’s personal collection.
Online via Zoom – Free & Open to the Public
Advance Registration Required
Presentation will be preceded by a brief business meeting serving as the Society’s Annual Meeting
Copies of DeFeo’s book will be available for sale through the Society