The American Railway: Its Construction, Development, Management, and Appliances

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Author Clarke, Thomas Curtis, 1827-1901
Author of introduction, etc. Cooley, Thomas McIntyre, 1824-1898
Title The American Railway: Its Construction, Development, Management, and Appliances
Contents Introduction, by T. M. Cooley -- The building of a railway, by T. C. Clark -- Feats of railway engineering, by J. Bogart -- American locomotives and cars, by M. N. Forney -- Railway management, by E. P. Alexander -- Safety in railroad travel, by H. G. Prout -- Railway passenger travel, by H. Porter -- The freight-car service, by T. Voorhees -- How to feed a railway, by B. Norton -- The railway mail service, by T. L. James -- The railway in its business relations, by A. T. Hadley -- The prevention of railway strikes, by C. F. Adams -- The everyday life of railroad men, by B. B. Adams, Jr. -- Statistical railway studies, by F. W. Hewes.
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Language English
LoC Class HE: Social sciences: Transportation and communications
Subject Railroads -- United States
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EBook-No. 54383
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