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Gwr Locomotives of the Edwardian Era

Peter Darke

With the final elimination of the broad gauge in the early 1890s, the Great Western Railway for the first time possessed a fleet of locomotives that was exclusively standard gauge. A number of classic locomotive designs emerged from both Wolverhampton... (read more)

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Blood, Iron, and Gold: How the Railroads Transformed the World

Christian Wolmar

The opening of the world's first railroad in Britain and America in 1830 marked the dawn of a new age. Within the course of a decade, tracks were being laid as far afield as Australia and Cuba, and by the outbreak of World War I, the United States alone... (read more)

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The Historical Atlas of World Railroads: 400 Maps and Photographs Chart the Networks That Span the World

John Westwood

A fascinating history of railroad development on every continent. At one point railroads were the most important form of transport in the world, responsible for opening up vast areas to settlement and industry. With the threat of global warming and a... (read more)

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Oregon & Northwestern Railroad (Images of Rail)

Jeff Moore

In 1922, the US Forest Service offered one of the largest timber sales in the agency's history, encompassing 890 million board feet of mostly Ponderosa pine timber in the mountains north of Burns, Oregon. Among other requirements, the sale terms required... (read more)

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Kinsey Photographer: The Locomotive Portraits

Dave Bohn

In the winter of 1970, Dave Bohn found the surviving negatives of Darius and Tabitha Kinsey. Bohn and his colleague, Rodolfo Petschek, initiated a long-term effort to reproduce in book form the magnificent Kinsey archive. Here you’ll find Darius... (read more)

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Station to Station

Steven Parissien

Railway stations have long held a special place in the public's affection. The lure of the great terminus has been especially strong, the breathtaking grandeur of its architecture fused with a promise of adventure and escape. This book is a celebration... (read more)

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