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Early American locomotives, with 147 engravings.

by White, John H.

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Published by Dover Publications in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Locomotives -- United States -- Pictorial works.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. [1]

      StatementEdited with an introd. by John H. White, Jr.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTJ603.2 .W49
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, [142] p.
      Number of Pages142
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4470183M
      ISBN 100486227723
      LC Control Number79188951

      Chapters are: Introduction, The American Locomotive Industry, A History of the Individual Firms, Men Behind the Machines, The Whyte System, American Locomotive Builders, Daily News, A Survivors' Gallery, and an Index. A ready USA steam reference book for the ages. Regular features bring this book up to pages, plus the colorful wraps. Ask. This book details the modern locomotives in service in N.S.W. from Includes extensive locomotive specifications, photographs etc. approx 50 pages, soft card covers, Public Transport Commission. Book: Early American Locomotives with Engravings John H White Jr Smithsonian. AU $

      8 Modern Locomotives Illustrated Railway Magazines. No (Curled edge of top cover as per photo). BRITISH RAILWAYS POCKET BOOK NO. 1 LOCOMOTIVES Platform 5 Book Trains Rail. AU $ + AU $ Shipping. Book: Early American Locomotives with Engravings John H White Jr Smithsonian. AU $ + Shipping. A general work, mainly European in emphasis, but a useful firsthand account of early American locomotive operations. Lucas, Walter A. From the Hills to the Hudson. New York, Mainly a corporate history of the Paterson and Hudson River Railroad and associated lines. It contains some detailed data on the early locomotives of this line.

      The early boxcabs are often credited as the first with a diesel engine although the very first railcar to utilize an internal combustion engine was the McKeen Car. In Brian Solomon's book, "The American Diesel Locomotive," the idea for this concept came from William McKeen, Union Pacific's chief of motive power. Even by the early 20th century. Details about DIESELISATION A HISTORY OF DIESEL LOCOMOTIVES IN NEW SOUTH WALES. DIESELISATION A HISTORY OF DIESEL LOCOMOTIVES IN NEW SOUTH WALES. Item information. Book: Early American Locomotives with Engravings John H .


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