The American railway: its construction, development, management and appliances

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Castle, 1988 - Transportation - 456 pages
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"A reprint of one of the great classics of 19th century railroading, is the whole story of the birth and growth of the American railways, told by some of the men who made it all possible. Filled with over 200 original illustrations, this volume will surely be an essential addition to any library of railroading. ".

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The American Railway, first published in 1889 and subsequently reprinted by various publishing houses (this edition is a 1988 edition published by Castle, a division of Book Sales), is a summation of ... Read full review

Contents

THE BUILDING OF A RAILWAY
1
FEATS OF RAILWAY ENGINEERING
47
AMERICAN LOCOMOTIVES AND CARS
100
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