The spectacular trains;: A history of rail transportation

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A history of trains in the United States from the early steam locomotives to the turbotrains of the future.

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Everds, John
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Book Description Hubbard Press, Northbrook, IL, 1973. Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. First Edition. 4to in pictorial cloth. Illtd with maps, diagrams, drawings by the author, and contemporary b/w photographs. Ex-school lib. with min. markings left; VG thus no dust jacket. Seller Inventory # 20513

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Book Description Hubbard Press, Northbrook, IL, 1973. Pictorial Boards. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. Author (illustrator). 64pp of text covering the history of trains from 1825 to the 1970s. Seller Inventory # 017280

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Book Description Hubbard Press, Northbrook, Illinois, USA, 1973. Hardcover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. John Everds (illustrator). First Edition. PHOTOGRAPHS, ILLUSTRATIONS, Very good black color pictorial hardcover. Slight wear, usual ex-library markings, stamps, labels. 1973, 4to, 64pp. "As early as 1705 Thomas Newcomen, a blacksmith from Dartmouth, England, built a stationary steam engine to pump water from coal mines. The Scottish engineer, James Watt, greatly improved on Newcomen's design in 1769. He fitted the engine with a cylinder and steam was injected into the cylinder to drive a wheel. In the same year [1769] in France Captain Nicholas Cugnot constructed the FIRST steam-powered vehicle to travel on land. Richard Trevithick, produced the FIRST steam locomotive to ride on rails. His locomotive, Newcastle, built in 1805, was the FIRST to have wheels flanged on the inside to cling to rails.". Seller Inventory # 006178

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Book Description Hubbard Press, Northbrook, Illinois, USA, 1973. Hardcover. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Fair. John Everds (illustrator). First Edition. Very good black color pictorial hardcover. Some wear, ex-library markings. Mylar jacket cover. (1973), 4to, 64pp. PHOTOGRAPHS ILLUSTRATIONS "As early as 1705 Thomas Newcomen, a blacksmith from Dartmouth, England, built a stationary steam engine to pump water from coal mines. The Scottish engineer, James Watt, greatly improved on Newcomen's design in 1769. He fitted the engine with a cylinder and steam was injected into the cylinder to drive a wheel. In the same year [1769] in France Captain Nicholas Cugnot constructed the FIRST steam-powered vehicle to travel on land. Richard Trevithick, produced the FIRST steam locomotive to ride on rails. His locomotive, Newcastle, built in 1805, was the FIRST to have wheels flanged on the inside to cling to rails.". Seller Inventory # 009509

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