The American steam locomotive in the twentieth century /
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The American steam locomotive in the twentieth century /

"Between 1900 and 1950, Americans built the most powerful steam locomotives--enormous engines that powered a industry of colossal scale and intensity. They were deceptively simple machines yet even as the technology was being perfected it was becoming obscure. Despite immense and sustained effo...

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Morrison, Tom (Tom A.) (Author)
Format: Online Book
Language:English
Published: Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, [2018]
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Access:Online version
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Table of Contents:
  • The American railroad industry
  • General steam locomotive development, 1895/1905
  • Locomotive engineering, 1895/1905
  • Locomotive construction, 1895/1905
  • Traction other than steam, 1895/1905
  • General steam locomotive development, 1905/1920
  • Locomotive engineering, 1905/1920
  • Locomotive construction, 1905/1920
  • Traction other than steam, 1905/1920
  • General steam locomotive development, 1920/1930
  • Locomotive engineering, 1920/1930
  • Locomotive construction, 1920/1930
  • Traction other than steam, 1920/1930
  • General steam locomotive development, 1930/1950
  • Locomotive engineering, 1930/1950
  • Locomotive Construction, 1930/1950
  • Traction Other Than Steam, 1930/1950.