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Hot Spots Guidebook: Great Places to Watch Trains Paperback – July 3, 2012
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Still, IF you can see what is in here it does give an adequate to good descriptions of where to go to see trains. It also gives you an idea of what to look for and even tips about ticks if you are crossing through wooded areas to get your views. It would have been good to also mark on the maps with colored dots some of the best places to view the action. The inclusion of the local radio frequencies for scanners is a redeeming factor.
It's a very nice try and it's useful. But the presentation is hurt by the size and presentation factors.