Only 5 left in stock (more on the way). The book covers steam locomotives from 1830 to 1900 so do not expect to see "Big Boys" but the first puny funny looking steam locomitives in USA. The late 19th century photographies are really good so this book is a treat for those looking for a nice illustrated book on American steam locomotives. 4 people found this helpful.
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Early American Steam Locomotives. More than 100 illustrations, many in color, portray the venerable iron horses -from the tiny Tom Thumb (which, early in its career, lost a race.
Early American Steam Locomotives - Reed Kinert. Chapter I. America’s first steam locomotive. The first American railroads were powered by horses, just as were the wagons upon the roads and the boats on the canals, and freight and passengers traveled over all three forms of transportation at the same leisurely pace of four miles an hour. But railroads, from the very first, held decided advantages over roads and canals.
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America's Second and Third Steam Locomotives III. The Iron Horse Begins to Take Over IV. Another Watchmaker Appears V. During Which Steady Progress Is Made VI. The "Grasshoppers" Have Their Day VII. The Wondrous Steam Engine Grows VIII. Canals, Roads and Railroads IX. Bells, Whistles, Headlights and Other "Extras" X. New Rails and Larger Engines XI. Mud Diggers, Camels and High Drivers XII. The Wild Iron Horse XIII. The American Type Locomotive XIV. The Glorious Iron Horse XV. Civil War and Rails West XVI.