Roundhouses Of Michigan’s Railroads
Railroad roundhouses, a thing of the past still in use today, are where locomotives are repaired, maintained and stored. The railroads’ garage, so to speak. A practical and busy place where men work on these machines to keep them running. A sanctum sanctorum for the railfan interested in locomotives and what makes them tick. Explore dozens of Michigan roundhouses from 1975 to 2016 both inside and out, many no longer in use, in both color and black and white photographs taken by the author.
By Byron Babbish
Paperback: 282 pages