Railroad Engines from Around the World Coloring Book

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Courier Corporation, Jan 1, 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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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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An award-winning artist, writer, and graphic designer, Bruce LaFontaine specializes in books about history, science, transportation, and architecture. Bruce has written and illustrated 70 Dover titles, and his work has appeared in Scientific American, The Wall Street Journal, and other prominent publications.

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