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by D. Burke

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ISBN:
0454000782
Author:
D. Burke
Publisher:
Methuen and Co. (1979)
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Unsurprisingly it is out of print.

Book, Online - Google Books. Sydney : Methuen of Australia, 1979 viii,252p. Australian observer's series ;. Notes. Simultaneously published, London: Frederick Warne. 045400216525 (Warne). Steam locomotives, to 1978. Locomotives - Australia - History.

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Bibliographic Details Publisher: Methuen of Australia (1979), Sydney, Australia. Publication Date: 1979. Binding: HC. Illustrator: B&W illustrations. com for 1000s of carefully categorized books.

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The Observer's book of steam locomotives of Australia by David Burke 1979 page 79-80 has the following description: Massive in every sense, the First Mountain type appeared on NSW rails in 1929, at the culmination of E E Lucy's reign as Chief Mechanical Engineer.

The Observer's book of steam locomotives of Australia by David Burke 1979 page 79-80 has the following description: Massive in every sense, the First Mountain type appeared on NSW rails in 1929, at the culmination of E E Lucy's reign as Chief Mechanical Engineer. The locomotives were also the first to have three simple cylinders - those outside controlled by Walschaert valve gear, and the inside by Gresley conjugating gear. Other firsts were a single-piece cast-steel frame, a cast-steel frame for the trailing truck, power reverse gear and mechanical stoker.