The American railroad passenger car, Volume 2
This Two book set explains the methods of construction of wood, steel, and aluminum cars with clarity and precision. White traces the evolution of wheels and brakes, dining cars and sleeping compartments. And he follows the revolutions in taste and technology that dramatically altered the appearance of the railroad car over the century and a half that it dominated American travel.
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