Current Books In Print

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The Port of Savannah – Workbook No. 1

Available From: Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum, Savannah, GA

The Port of Savannah – Workbook No. 2

Available From: Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum, Savannah, GA

East Broad Top Railroad

Crescent Towing & Salvage

Available From: Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum, Savannah, GA

East Broad Top Railroad

Available From: Amazon

The Tucson Phantom

Available From: Amazon

The Tucson Phantom Website

Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey – The Docks – A Photo Essay, Circa 1970

Available From: Amazon

Emma C. Berry in Photographs: the Slade Dale Collection, 1931-1941

Available From: Amazon

Destruction of a Neighborhood – Baltimore’s Highway to Nowhere

Available From: Amazon

Kent State Memorial Service And March – Western Maryland College

Available From: Amazon

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Faces of the Sea Stock Island – The Florida Keys

Available From: Amazon

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Chicago Express – A Photo Essay

Available From: Amazon

Clean Sweep – Slow Boat To Daufuskie Island

Available From: Amazon

The Gettysburg Cyclorama — an architectural monument lost

Available From: Amazon

Georgia Kaolin Terminal – A Photographic Study

Available From: Amazon

Colonial Terminal 1 – A Photographic Study

Available From: Amazon

Colonial Terminal 2 – A Photographic Study

Available From: Amazon

Melrose In Transition

Available From: Amazon

Bay Head Loop – A Photo Essay, Circa 1970

Available From: Amazon

Graving Dock – Or Is It A Dry Dock?

Available From: Amazon

Port of Savannah – A Photographic Study

This was my first Port of Savannah book published in 2017 and only available as print on demand. It is Available From: Amazon

The Port – at Port Royal, South Carolina

Available From: Amazon

The Savannah Giant – a photographic study

Available From: Amazon

Western Maryland Railway – My Photographs: Circa 1970-72 & Beyond

This book is still being edited, but is Available From: Amazon

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John Van Horn – Photographer and Writer

John has been photographing and documenting things that interest him for over 55 years. Never having to make a living with his works has given John almost unlimited potential to pursue his areas of interests, boats, ships, trains, various shorelines, and people who have passed his way. John has published over 20 books, just click on Current Books In Print to see all that are currently available.

And there is The Tuscon Phantom, a work of fiction that rates its own website.

Years of photographs, many can be seen at:

John’s PhotoShelter Site

Facebook

John’s Traditional Photo Site

Port of Savannah