Observations on a general iron rail-way (with a geographical map of the plan,) showing its great superiority, by the general introduction of mechanic power, over all the present methods of conveyance by turnpike roads and canals, and claiming the particular attention of merchants, manufacturers, farmers, and, indeed, every class of society.
Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy,
|Edition:||3rd. ed., rev. and considerably enl.|
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