When Eastern Michigan Rode the Rails, Book 4 is dedicated to streetcar
and interurban operations south from Detroit to Wyandotte, Monroe and
Toledo plus the Monroe Piers operation and connecting interurban lines at
Toledo including a detailed history of the Toledo & Western.
A special section covers systemwide freight service on the Detroit United
Railway. Then we cross the river for a look at the neighboring trolley and
interurban lines in the Windsor area. Included is the Sandwich, Windsor &
Amherstburg Railway, Windsor streetcars, and the Windsor, Essex and Lake
Shore Railway. Bus operations are also covered. The book ends with a
review of nearly 20 small and little-known industrial railroads in the
Detroit area and the equipment they operated.
When Eastern Michigan Rode the Rails, Book 4 is hardbound with 230
pages, more than 345 photographs, and 40 other illustrations. It includes
a dust jacket with an attractive illustration.