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The Steam Locomotive Story

The Steam Locomotive Story Their whistles called and their smoke left white or black smoky trails wherever they traveled but the big powerful steam locomotives were once a large part of the landscape in the United States Altho

  • Title: The Steam Locomotive Story
  • Author: Scott Slaughter
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 312
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Their whistles called and their smoke left white or black smoky trails wherever they traveled but the big, powerful steam locomotives were once a large part of the landscape in the United States Although they re now part of history, these impressive iron horses continue to fascinate us This book talks about The Locomotive Builders and the different passenger, freightTheir whistles called and their smoke left white or black smoky trails wherever they traveled but the big, powerful steam locomotives were once a large part of the landscape in the United States Although they re now part of history, these impressive iron horses continue to fascinate us This book talks about The Locomotive Builders and the different passenger, freight, dual service, switcher locomotives plus the really big heavy freight locomotives such as the Decapod, Mallet and the Big Boy The latest edition published February 2014 not only features a new cover but also includes updated information as well as new information on additional locomotive builders Contents Introduction The Locomotive Builders Passenger Locomotives Dual Service Locomotives Switchers Freight Locomotives Heavy Freight Locomotives Heavy Fast Freight Locomotives Steam Locomotive Glossary

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    1 thought on “The Steam Locomotive Story

    1. Very good reference This is a very good reference on the steam locomotive works and the history of it's development. Good addition to any library for railroad fans.

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