THE LOCOMOTIVE ENGINE AND ITS DEVELOPMENT: A POPULAR TREATISE ON THE GRADUAL IMPROVEMENTS MADE IN RAILWAY ENGINES BETWEEN 1803 AND 1894.
Stretton, Clement E.

London;: Crosby Lockwood and Son,, 1895. Third edition. The United States owes much to the early development of the locomotive in England. 208 pages with many locomotive illustrations, some as foldourts, and numerous pages of ads in the rear. Bound in original red cloth with lettering in gilt and black and locomotive illustration in black. Spine lightly soiled. Presentation and owner's signature. A very good, attractive and bright copy. Hardcover. (Item ID: 14282)

$150.00

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