2 edition of Review of the Penn Central"s condition--1971. found in the catalog.
Review of the Penn Central"s condition--1971.
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce. Subcommittee on Surface Transportation.
|LC Classifications||KF26 .C688 1971c|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 456 p.|
|Number of Pages||456|
|LC Control Number||76616305|
Penn Central Company. Special Instructions, Requisites, and Specifications, Governing Construction, Maintenance and Tests, Of Signals and Interlockings. July. The Penn Central Transportation Company, commonly abbreviated to Penn Central, was an American Class I railroad headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, that operated from until It was created by the merger of the Pennsylvania and New York Central railroads.
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This was a well-written book with great characters, great plot, and loads of eerie fun. There is nothing violent in the book to upset younger readers, but there is enough mysterious happenings to keep the older folks entertained as well. After Penn Central filed for bankruptcy, an SEC investigation discovered that Goldman continued to sell the railroad’s debt to its clients at cents on the dollar — even though, by the end of , the firm knew that Penn Central’s finances were deteriorating rapidly.
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Get this from a library. Review of the Penn Central's condition hearings before the Subcommittee on Surface Transportation of the Committee on Commerce, United States Senate, Ninety-second Congress, first session July 27 [United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce.
Subcommittee on Surface Transportation.]. Review of the Penn Central's condition (DLC) Microfiche version: United States. Congress. Senate.
Committee on Commerce. Subcommittee on Surface Transportation. Review of the Penn Central's condition [Bethesda, Md.]: ProQuest,  CIS 72 S (ProQuest)cis Material Type. THE WRECK OF THE PENN CENTRAL. By Joseph R. Daughen and Peter Binzen. Little, Brown Re Co. $ pages and index.
Not too much is new in this book by two Philadelphia Bulletin reporters about. This book details the terrible financial disaster that was the Penn Central, the merger of nearly-bankrupt Pennsylvania Railroad and the New York Central. It deals with the conditions that caused the merger, the merger itself, and the borderline fraudulent financial tactics repeated by /5.
The book is a bit dated but it does cover the Penn Central up to its fall as well as the feeder railroads whose US government mandated inclusion contributed to the failure. I immensely enjoyed this book and found it to be comprehensive and interesting.
If you are looking for an explanation for the debacle that was Penn Central this is a great /5(20). Their exhaustive and in-depth analysis was originally published inbut as the authors recognized, "[t]he dimensions of the disaster that befell the Penn Central Transportation Company, itscreditors, itsstockholders, and the hundreds of lesser companies tied economically to the railroad will provide food for thought for students of business history for years to come.".
The Penn Central and other railroads; a report to the Senate Committee on Commerce by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce. Special Staff for the Penn Central Enquiry. Supreme Court cases are definitive of the fabric of American society, culture, and social values.
The pivotal legal case that enshrines historic preservation in American real estate law and practice was the Penn Central Transportation Company versus New York City case was argued at the Supreme Court of the United States, on April the 17 th, Some of this does bear directly on the Penn Central cave-in.
Thus, Salsbury makes a good financial case for Bevan's much-criticized support of diversification over capital improvements. He makes a good management-theory case implicating Saunders' and Pearlman's adherence to outdated (and conflicting) Pennsy and Central management styles.
ed holds policies to reorganize and rebuild Penn Central must not impose rate structure or system of subsidies that will destroy what health is left among nation's rrs; holds 1 of basic solutions. The New York Central merged with the Pennsylvania Railroad on February 1, to create the mighty Penn Central.
The new company hoped to integrate the two railroads immediately and quickly realize some of the merger’s expected cost-savings. Instead, Penn Central was in operational chaos almost from the start.
The reorganization of the Penn Central under the bankruptcy laws is an astonishing denouement to the high hopes for improved service and financial strength stirred. Book Review: The Wreck of the Penn Central, by Joseph R.
Daughen and Peter Binzen. Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography. Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography. Current Archives About About the Journal Book Reviews.
Thomas C. Cochran &plus. Robert Reid's Penn Central System Bi-Annual is a great reference for those interested in the Penn Central railroad. Of special interest is the complete motive power review with a list of all locomotives in service at the time of publication (in ) and where they were serviced s: 3.
In a report on its investigation of the Penn Central collapse, the S.E.C. said that among investors who lost money were “older people who had invested in Penn Central because of its.
Founded inThe Penn Review is the premier literary magazine at the University of Pennsylvania. out of 5 stars Definitive Book on Penn Central Fleet Reviewed in the United States on Decem A mostly black-and-white print book Reviews: 3.
Book was in mint condition, as described in the Amazon Listing. Since this book was published at the time the Penn Central RR was still in business, it presents a unique look at the entire railroad system as it existed in the early 's.
Photos are nice, too but a little sparse, personally. Published three times per year, the POST features articles and photographs about all things Penn Central, including both prototype and model railroading subjects. Regular features include "The Crummy Locker," an ongoing series about PC railroadiana, along with employee tales of working on the Penn Central.
Cloth with dust jacket, pages, x, mostly b/w photos (some color). "Penn Central Power, Morning Sun Books' first title, is reprinted in a special 25th Anniversary limited run released on Novem in anticipation of a new series entitled Penn Central Power In Color, which will begin in and pick up where the original left off/5(1).
One is the SEC's inquiry, The Financial Collapse of the Penn Central from Aug Another is a congressional inquiry titled the Penn Central Failure and the Role of Financial Institutions published in Jan Also you may want to research the annual reports issued by the Penn Central.Addeddate Identifier SurvivalOfThePennCentral_ Identifier-ark ark://t4mk9hn0g Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi Scanner .However, I also remember a broken down RDC in Worcester, Mass requiring the assistance of a diesel for a trip to Boston, foul-mouthed employees in Boston and Milesburg, PA, a decrepit physical plant, a dreary paint scheme and unimaginative logo, PC's bankruptcy, the book "Wreck of the Penn Central", students and teachers in my high school.