Imperial Railways of North China
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159 pp., illustrations, glossary, bibliography. In English and Chinese. corners slightly bumped. Contents: Early History; The Lutai Canal & the Rocket of China; The First Imported Locomotives; First Extension to Lutai; Second Extension to Taku and Tientsin; Towards Sha Hai Kwan; Further Extension Northwards into Manchuria; First Peking Terminus at Ma Chia Pu; The Boxer Movement; Foreign Military Administration 1900-1902; Return to Chinese Control; Tongshan Locomotive Works; Claude William Kinder - Chief Engineer; Appendices: Technical Information; List of Stations and Branches; Personnel; Glossary; Photographs and Illustrations; Sources 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # 7516605646PC111813
Title: Imperial Railways of North China
Publisher: Xinhua Publishing House
Publication Date: 2013
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Fine
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