The permanent way and coal-burning locomotive boilers of European railways with a comparison of the working economy of European and American lines, and the principles upon which improvement must proceed. Zerah Colburn, Alexander Lyman Holley.
The permanent way and coal-burning locomotive boilers of European railways with a comparison of the working economy of European and American lines, and the principles upon which improvement must proceed
The permanent way and coal-burning locomotive boilers of European railways with a comparison of the working economy of European and American lines, and the principles upon which improvement must proceed
The permanent way and coal-burning locomotive boilers of European railways with a comparison of the working economy of European and American lines, and the principles upon which improvement must proceed

The permanent way and coal-burning locomotive boilers of European railways with a comparison of the working economy of European and American lines, and the principles upon which improvement must proceed

New York: Holley & Colburn, 1858. Folio, pp. [iii]-xxiii, [1], 168; lithograph frontispiece, lithograph railway map of Great Britain, plus 48 lithograph plates at the back; original brown cloth, gilt-lettered spine; hinges neatly reinforced, scalloped tear in top corner of title page, spine sunned, spine extremities with old repairs; good and sound. The lithographs are by Julius Bien. Item #58518

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