THE LOCOMOTIVE ENGINE POPULARLY EXPLAINED, AND ILLUSTRATED BY LITHOGRAPHIC DESIGNES; TO WHICH ARE ADDED, RULES AND TABLES FOR ASCERTAINING ITS AMOUNT OF USEFUL EFFECT, RESISTANCE, ETC, ALSO INTERESTING STATISTICAL PARTICULARS CONNECTED WITH RAILWAYS...
Templeton, William.

London,: Simpkin, Marshal and Co.,, 1841. First edition. Most early railroad information came from England and influenced the development of the locomotives unique to North America. 100 pages with tables and two foldout locomotive diagrams, one backed with cloth. Bound in original green pebbled cloth with heavily rubbed title lable on front cover. Contemporary owner's signature on front endpaper. A very good copy. Hardcover. (Item ID: 14260)

$400.00

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