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Synopsis: This book fuels the world-wide interest in American locomotives of the late-steam era, when strong performance, high horsepower, and functional beauty were givens. Among roads wealthy enough to afford such engines, Chesapeake & Ohio was in the forefront with its 'Super Power,' and this new book systematically sets forth the development, use, maintenance, and performance of these 'custom made' designs from the introduction in 1930 of the C&O T-1, then the world's most powerful two-cylinder locomotive, through the 'Kanawhas' and 'Greenbriers' of the 1940s, to the L-2 class of 1942 and 1948, the worlds heaviest Hudsons, to the last fifteen of the Allegheny type, which had established the highest drawbar horsepower record of any steam locomotive in the world. The fascinating story of C&O Super Power involves not only the road's own Mechanical Department in Richmond, Virginia, but its close association with Lima Locomotive Works, of Lima, Ohio, and its even closer kinship with the authoritative Advisory Mechanical Committee of Cleveland, Ohio. In giving the reader a fresh and penetrating examination of C&O Super Power, this book brings together over 175 photos, plus reproductions of C&O's own locomotive diagrams and an ICC inspection report for Allegheny no. 1604, preserved today in Baltimore. The photos were carefully selected for quality, relevance to the text, and originality. These action and still photos hopefully will offer images seldom if ever seen before that the viewer will greet with surprise and delight.
About the Author: Gene Huddleston, who has been a railroad photographer and historian since the 1940s, has to his credit several important books on steam locomotives of the C&O and other railways, including co-authorship of C&O Power, and principal author of Alleghany, Lima's Finest, and World's Greatest Steam Locomotives.
Title: Chesapeake & Ohio Super Power Steam ...
Publisher: TLC Publishing
Book Condition: Fine
Book Description As New. UK stocked, available immediately. Large format hardcover published by Chesapeake & Ohio Historical Society in 2005. First edition. A superb copy throughout, in glossy illustrated covers. The contents are unmarked. Illustrated. Very minor edge rubbing only. Bookseller Inventory # sd1xasd1084
Book Description TLC Publishing; 2005, 2005. Oversized Hardcover. 168 pages As new condition. No dust jacket, as issued. Book is as described - NO defects or marks of any kind. A very nice copy. ISBN: 0939487756. Bookseller Inventory # JH1150143
Book Description Chesapeake & Ohio Historical Society. Book Condition: Very Good, No Dust Jacket. 2005. B/W Phot & Ill, Hardcover Hardcover. Very nice glossy color illustrated boards show light wear. Upper rear corner lightly chipped. Illustrated endpapers are clean. Previous owner's name on blank verso of first free endpaper. Small price sticker on title page. Text pages are crisp and clean. Always carefully wrapped and shipped in cardboard boxes to protect your purchase. Bookseller Inventory # 037733
Book Description The Chesapeake & Ohio Historical Society, Clifton Forge. USA, 2005. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Near MINT. No Jacket. 1st Edition. 168 pages. 1.08kg. Pictorial laminated Boards with very slight bump to bottom corners, NEAR MINT, no d/w as issued. Illustrated with 175 b/w photographs, many previously unpublished, plus 4 pages of scaled line drawings, and route map to end-papers. A detailed history of the development of 'Super Power', the final refinement of the Reciprocating Steam Locomotive. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Pictorial laminated Boards. Bookseller Inventory # 14436
Book Description Chesapeake & Ohio Historical Society,, Clifton Forge, VA;, 2005. Hardcover. First edition, first printing. Chesapeake & Ohio was in the forefront with its Super Power, and this book systematically sets forth the development, use, maintenance, and performance of these custom made designs from the introduction in 1930 of the C&O T-1, then the world s most powerful two-cylinder locomotive, through the Kanawhas and Greenbriers of the 1940 s, to the L-2 class of 1942 and 1948, the world's heaviest Hudsons, to the last fifteen of the Allegheny type, which had established the highest drawbar horsepower record of any steam locomotive in the world." 168 numbered pages with photographs, locomotive diagrams, and index. Bound in pictorial laminated boards. A fine and bright copy, issued without a dust jacekt. Bookseller Inventory # 37771
Book Description TLC Publishing 2005-12-15, 2005. Hardcover. Book Condition: good. First. 0939487756. Bookseller Inventory # 658810
Book Description TLC Publishing, 2005. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Very good. Bookseller Inventory # HH-171-65-8724908
Book Description TLC Publishing, 2005. Hardcover. Book Condition: As New. Like new condition. Bookseller Inventory # XX-171-65-8724908
Book Description TLC Publishing, 2005. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0939487756
Book Description TLC Publishing. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 0939487756 New Condition. Bookseller Inventory # NEW6.0628805