Grattan Price, Jr
Charles Grattan Price, Jr. was a Captain in the Transportation Corps' Military Railway Service, where he served as Superintendent of the Holabird Railway Shops in Baltimore, and as Master Mechanic of the 709th Railway Grand Division in France, Belgium, Holland and Germany during WWII. Following the war, he worked as a consultant to railroads evaluating conversion to diesels. His career included being a partner of an insurance company. He authored "The Crooked and Weedy", a history of the Chesapeake Western prior to his death in June, 1996.
The Story of Railroading’s Most Remarkable Brothers: W. Graham Claytor, Jr. and Robert B. Claytor
The story of two major leaders in American railroading who also happened to be brothers. The book covers the lives and accomplishments of Graham Claytor, Jr. and Robert Claytor. The brothers were presidents of two major railroads. Later, Bob became Chairman and CEO of Norfolk Southern. Graham was Secretary of the Navy under President Jimmy Carter. He also was chosen President of Amtrak.
Reminiscences of a Rambling Railroader
A rare glimpse of military railroad service in Europe during WWII, with the 709th Railway Grand Division. The author describes growing up in Virginia and his military service as Master Mechanic of the 709th during their tour of duty in France, Belgium and Germany. Told in a captivating manner, he details his experiences in WWII and his emotions during routine and dangerous wartime events.
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