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Re: PC: New Wreck of Penn Central in Paperback

Jerry Jordak wrote:
> chukkster wrote:
> > The book appears to be a reprint of the 1971 hard cover version. It has
> > 347 pages not counting the index, same as the hard cover. The original
> > paperback only had 319 pages not counting the index but I assume the
> > fewer pages are because of the books size. They all end the same. Anyway
> > there's no chapter about ConRail. Copyright is 1999. I can only believe
> > because of a resurge of interest in the Penn Central, and the original
> > books scarcity they thought it would be worth reprinting.
> Now if we can only get Morning Sun to reprint _Penn Central Power_.
> Based on the number of people asking me where they can find a copy,
> I'm sure Morning Sun could make a killing if they re-released it.
> After all, it was originally printed 12 years ago.
> Later,
> -Jer
> --
> Jerry W. Jordak               Time has little to do with infinity
> mailto:jer@smellycat.com      and jelly doughnuts.
> http://prozac.cwru.edu/jer/                      -- Thomas Magnum
> Acts 16:31   <><

Last time I talked to Mr. Yanosy, he didn't seem to be interested in
doing anything PC. I asked about him possibly doing a PC Diesel Years
type color book.


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