Edward H. Miller is retired from Hocking Valley Railway successor CSX. This is his first book, which has been more than thirty years in the making.
The Hocking Valley Railway was once Ohio’s longest intrastate rail line, filled with a seemingly endless string of coal trains. Although coal was the main business, the railroad also carried iron and salt. Despite the fact that the Hocking Valley was such a large railroad, with a huge economic and social impact, very little is known about it.The