End of the Line

There was a time when railways criss-crossed Nova Scotia, carrying passengers and delivering mail, moving freight and produce, hauling timber, coal, gypsum, and iron ore. But those days have passed thanks in large measure to the advent of the automobile, improved highways, long-haul trucking, and the vagaries of market demands and resource extraction. "End of the Line" opens a window to the past, taking the reader for a nostalgic trip back in time on the abandoned Dominion Atlantic Railway.

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