Railroad Engines from Around the World Coloring Book
Train lovers of all ages will welcome this collection of ready-to-color illustrations of historic railroad engines — from primitive steam-powered locomotives of the early 1800s to the fast, brawny, and reliable diesel electric trains of the mid-20th century. Models include Trevithick's Locomotive (1803-04), the first steam locomotive to run on rails; the American General (1852), the Broadway Limited (1914), The Super Chief (1946), Japan's "Bullet" train (1964), France's high-speed TGV (Le Train Grande Vitesse-1981), and more. 45 black-and-white illustrations.
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4-4-0 steam locomotive Acela Acela Express American class American Locomotive Company Amtrak Baldwin Locomotive black livery body panels booster units brass fittings brought into service built bullet trains cab unit Caledonian carried 11,000 pounds cars Chicago class locomotive colors depicted diesel engine Diesel-electric locomotive driving wheels F series feet long gallons of water green Hudson class Japan National Railways Krauss-Maffei Locomotive Company ALCO London & North long and weighed Mallard mph while pulling Ni4nberg North Eastern Railway operated Pacific class engines painted pantograph Pennsylvania Penydarren pounds of coal pounds of fuel pounds of tractive pounds The tender powerful Puffing Billy Raymond Loewy regular service route shinkansen Southern Pacific Railroad speed steam loco steam railroad engine Stephenson Company Stourbridge Lion streamlined body tender carried three-car trainset tive tons tractive effort Union Pacific Railroad Upper Italy Railway Vittorio Emanuele West Point Foundry white livery yellow York Central J-3 Zephyr