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- HarperCollins 2013; Not Available
Pete Jordan, author of the wildly popular Dishwasher: One Man?s Quest to Wash Dishes in All Fifty States , is back with a memoir that tells the story of his love affair with Amsterdam, the city of bikes, all the while unfolding an unknown history of the city's cycling, from the craze of the 1890s, through the Nazi occupation, to the bike-centric... more...
- HarperCollins 2010; Not Available
?The baddest man on two wheels.? ? Rolling Stone One of the founders and the most famous member of the infamous Hell?s Angels Motorcycle Club, Ralph ?Sonny? Barger says, ? Let?s Ride ? with this ultimate guide to motorcycling. With expert co-author Darwin Holmstrom?former writer for Motorcyclist magazine and author of The Complete Idiot?s Guide... more...
- HarperCollins 2009; Not Available
The Airplane by aerospace industry writer Jay Spencer, former assistant curator of the Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum and the Museum of Flight in Seattle , is the definitive history of how we invented and refined the amazing flying machines that enabled humankind to defy gravity. A fascinating true account certain to... more...
- Springer 2003; US$ 349.00
During the last decades completely new technologies for high speed railway vehicles have been developed. The primary goals have been to increase traction, axle load, and travelling speed, and to guarantee the safety of the passengers. However, new developments have revealed new limitations: settlement and destruction of the ballast and the subgrade... more...
- Skyhorse Publishing, Inc. 2013; US$ 14.95
If you?re an aviator or aviation enthusiast, you cannot be caught with an out-of-date edition of the FAR/AIM. In today?s environment, there is no excuse for ignorance of the rules of the US airspace system. In the newest edition of the FAR/AIM, all regulations, procedures, and illustrations are brought up to date to reflect current FAA data. This... more...
- Skyhorse Publishing, Inc. 2013; US$ 16.95
There?s no getting around the allure of motorcycles. Since 1885, when Gottlieb Daimler mounted a gas-powered engine on a wooden bicycle, riders of all ages have been drawn to the exhilaration and terror of motoring in the open air on two wheels. Motorcycles have become ingrained in our culture. To some, they represent the ultimate expression of... more...
- Skyhorse Publishing, Inc. 2012; US$ 16.95
Anyone who has watched in anticipation as a powerful steam engine rolled into a station, belching iconic billows of black smoke, or heard the memorable blue note sound of a steam engine whistle will revel in Charles McShane?s amazingly detailed exploration of the inner workings of the classic steam engine. This historical record from 1909 will delight... more...
- Simon & Schuster 2013; US$ 13.81
In the face of killer storms, fires, piracy, and terrorism, container ships the length of city blocks and more than a dozen stories high carry 90 percent of the worlds trade. This is an account of one ship's voyage and of the sailors who daily risk their lives to deliver six million containers a year to United States ports alone. Inside these twenty-foot... more...
- Osprey Publishing 2013; US$ 7.95
While the coming of the railways to Britain's towns and cities in the nineteenth century transformed their fortunes and gave urban dwellers new opportunities to travel across the country, the effect on the largely rural population of the country was arguably far greater. And while some of the initial trunk lines were designed to link major cities,... more...