Rev. 2nd ed. - Forest Park, Ill. : Heimburger House Pub. Co., c2009.
Book — 380 p. : ill. (some col.), maps (some col.) ; 29 cm.
Magnitude of the task
Embarkation of troops and materiel [sic]
The military railway service joins the fight
Crossroads of war
Personal glimpses of the war
Built with pride for the war effort
Military camp railroads
Alaska's railroads weigh in
Women in war
Returning home from the war
After the war
They succeed magnificently.
When the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, few were prepared for what might happen next. American railroads made a concentrated effort to pledge their manpower, equipment, and facilities to makes their lines the iron road to victory.