Railway Game

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McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP, Jan 15, 1976 - Transportation - 353 pages
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The Railway Game is a constructive study that demonstrates deficiencies of railway transportation in Canada and the U.S.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
THE ORIGINS OF THE MALAISE
5
THE STATE OF THE ART
52
FUTURE DIRECTIONS
171
OBSTACLES TO MODERNIZATION
240
Maps Railways in Canada
253
Travelling by Railway
264
Glossary of Railway Terms and Abbreviations
280
References
283
Index
295
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Julius Lukasiewicz, author of The Ignorance Explosion: UnderJulius Lukasiewicz, author of The Ignorance Explosion: Understanding Industrial Civilization, has been a journalist, an standing Industrial Civilization, has been a journalist, an engineer, a Polish activist, an amateur designer, an architeengineer, a Polish activist, an amateur designer, an architect, and a photographer. He lives in Ottawa. ct, and a photographer. He lives in Ottawa.

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