The American Railroad Passenger Car, Part 2
An authoritative history of the American railroad passenger car, illustrated with nearly eight hundred photographs, engravings, and line drawings, examines interior designs and costs and recreates a lost age of elegance in rail travel
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EIGHT SelfPropelled Cars and Motor Trains
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Notes to Chapters Five through Eight
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