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- McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers 2010; US$ 55.00
Covering legendary and obscure intercity passenger trains in a dozen Southeastern states, this book details the golden age of train travel. The story begins with the inception of steam locomotives in 1830 in Charleston, South Carolina, continuing through the mid-1930s changeover to diesel and the debut of Amtrak in 1971 to the present. Throughout,... more...
- Ashgate Publishing Ltd 2011; US$ 144.95
From Marxist revolutionary to American academic, this book reveals the life of one of revolutionary Russia's most distinguished and controversial engineers - Iurii Vladimirovich Lomonosov (1876-1952). The book employs an exceptionally rich base of high-quality primary sources, that not only provides a much-needed account and assessment of Lomonosov's... more...
- Indiana University Press 2010; US$ 35.99
Herbert H. Harwood, Jr., tells the story of one of the most infamous railroad construction projects of the late 19th century. This 200-mile line through Pennsylvania?s most challenging mountain terrain was intended to form the heart of a new trunk line from the East Coast to Pittsburgh and the Midwest. Conceived in 1881 by William H. Vanderbilt, Andrew... more...
- Penguin Group US 2011; US$ 27.99
An evocative and stunning photographic tribute to America's railroad stations. For much of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, the railroad station or depot was the communal hub of every American town that could boast of train service. There, citizens gathered before they sent loved ones off to college, marriage, or war-and where... more...
- Exisle Publishing 2011; US$ 9.99
LAST TRAIN TO PARADISE is a celebratory account of a time when train travel was more than just the accepted means of travelling around New Zealand. It was also an era when rail journeys provided excitement, companionship and romance.Royal trains, troop trains, rugby specials, tourist trains ... all come to life in Graham Hutchins evocative descriptions... more...
- Aurum Press 2011; US$ 13.11
Think of the Golden Age of Steam and one train leaps to mind above all others: the Flying Scotsman, Nigel Gresley's elegant masterpiece of a locomotive, which broke the world speed record in 1934 and has enthralled millions with her beauty and power. And, uniquely, her postwar career has been even more varied and exciting than her early triumphs.... more...
- HarperCollins 2012; US$ 12.99
?An astonishing work.? ?Julian Fellowes, Creator and Executive Producer of ?Downton Abbey? ?A book well worthy of marking the centenary of the crystal-clear night when the immense ship slid to her terrible doom.? ?Simon Winchester, New York Times bestselling author of The Professor and the Madman It has been one hundred years since the sinking... more...
- Indiana University Press 2012; US$ 34.99
In this social history of the impact of railroads on American life, H. Roger Grant concentrates on the railroad?s "golden age," 1830-1930. To capture the essence of the nation?s railroad experience, Grant explores four fundamental topics?trains and travel, train stations, railroads and community life, and the legacy of railroading in America?illustrating... more...
- Osprey Publishing 2011; US$ 13.95
Since the beginning of the 20th century, destroyers have been all-purpose ships, indispensable in roles large and small – from delivering the mail at sea to screening other vessels and, where larger ships were not present, forming the front line in battle. This title details the 169 ships of ten classes introduced in the 1930s: early 1,500-tonners... more...