This book covers the building of half a dozen railways around Kingston Ontario and the impact on local mines and logging industries. Nine tramways were studied along with the early roads, canals, logging and native canoe routes. It is a photographic tour of what was there 150 years ago, and today. It is a tour guide for weekend explorers. Considerable archaeology was required to write this original book.
This book was printed by Friesens Press on top quality paper, and a glossy hard cover. There are 232 pages with over 450 quality colour photographs, dozens of maps.