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The History and Development of Steam Locomotion on Common Roads by William Fletcher

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Author
William Fletcher
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Forgotten Books
Date of release
Pages
346
ISBN
9781332016136
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Paperback
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Excerpt from The History and Development of Steam Locomotion on Common Roads

In the present work the history of steam locomotion has been traced from the earliest down to modern times. The engines belonging to the first division being fully illustrated and described; the latter portion of the book also contains illustrations and much practical information relating to road locomotives placed under the second head.

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