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The American railroad passenger car
White, John H.
|Statement||John H. White, Jr.|
|Series||Johns Hopkins studies in the history of technology ;, [new ser., no. 1]|
|LC Classifications||TF455 .W45|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 699 p. :|
|Number of Pages||699|
|LC Control Number||77001141|
AbeBooks - million books from independent booksellers, including thousands of railroad titles. Alibris - New, used, and out-of-print books from independent sellers, including thousands of railroad titles. Altamont Press - Publishes regional railroad timetables for the Western US, listing stations, mileposts, speed limits, siding lengths, radio frequencies, and more. The American Railroad Passenger Car. Detailed history of the passenger car, originally published as one mighty volume in then reissued in in two more manageable paperback parts. A sequel covered freight cars - "The American Railroad Freight Car".
The American Railroad Passenger Car mobi With clarity and precision White explains the methods of construction of wood iron steel and aluminum cars. He traces the evolution of wheels and brakes dining cars and sleeping compartments. Preface --The day coach in the wooden era: to representative cars --The day coach: era of the metal car --First-class travel: sleeping cars --First-class travel: parlor, dining, and private cars --Passenger car accommodations: from decoration to vestibules --Head-end cars: baggage express, combination, emigrant, and mail cars --Running gears --Self-propelled cars and motor trains - .
AARPCO is the American Association of Private Railroad Car Owners. This is a Limited Edition book! Private rail car travel provides the ultimate rail travel experience. Filled with color photos of the interior and exterior photos plus text. Also includes passengers, china . Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The American Railroad Passenger Car Paperback Book Part 1 & 2 John H White Jr at the best online prices at Seller Rating: % positive.
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John Whites books on railroad equipment set a high standard for information and mechanical details. If you interested in 19th and early 20th steam engines, truss rod passenger and freight cars then "The American Locomotive", "The American Passenger Car The American railroad passenger car book.
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John H. White Jr. Hailed since its publication as the definitive - and most opulent - book on the subject, "The American Railroad Passenger Car" is now made available in an unabridged two-part softcover edition/5. The American Railroad Passenger Car (Johns Hopkins Studies in the History of Technology) (Part 1) by John H.
White Jr. (Author)/5(10). 'The American Railroad Passenger Car' recaptures the lost, but not-too-distant past when 98 percent of all intercity travel in the United States was by rail. It documents in extraordinary detail the ingenuity and splendor of the classic trains as well as the rattle and clatter, the dust and cinders of early rail travel.
If you are an American railfan, and you want to know about passenger cars, this is the book. Wheels, trucks, seats, roof construction, White has once again distilled all of the available information into a highly readable treatise.5/5(3).
The American Railroad Passenger Car Finalist, National Book Awards for History. The American Railroad Passenger Car (Johns Hopkins Studies in the History of Technology) (Part 1) White Jr. out of 5 stars 7. Paperback. $ The American Railroad Passenger Car, Parts I and II (Johns Hopkins Studies in the History of Technology) White Jr Cited by: 1.
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John H. White Jr. has 13 books on Goodreads with ratings. John H. White Jr.’s most popular book is The American Railroad Passenger Car. Passenger Train Cars (Railroad): Types And Purpose Traveling by train dates back to the genesis of railroads when these fledgling operations were still finding their way in a young America.
As John Stover's book, " The Routledge Historical Atlas Of The American Railroads " (New York: Routledge, ), points out the very first passenger cars were designed from stagecoaches. UPDATED 9 AUGUST WITH OVER 8, NEW LINKS ADDED. Originally posted on 17 Jan !!. THIS SITE IS BEST VIEWED WITH x RESOLUTION OR GREATER.
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From the former Curator of Transportation at the Smithsonian Institution. Illustrated with photographs, drawings, and engravings. Includes plans, diagrams, and detailed specifications for model-builders. oversized pages in a handsomely jacketed hardcover or specially priced paperback edition In this sequel to his best-selling American Railroad Passenger Car,/5.
An authoritative history of the American railroad passenger car, illustrated with nearly eight hundred photographs, engravings, and line drawings, examines interior designs and costs and recreates a lost age of elegance in rail travel.
The combine car's genesis began with the baggage car. As John H. White, Jr. notes notes in his book, "The American Railroad Passenger Car" (Part 2), executives viewed baggage service as an necessary evil; it brought no additional revenue (aside from a small fee) but was nevertheless a mandatory aspect of passenger service.
The American Railroad Passenger Car recaptures the lost, but not-too-distant past when 98 percent of all intercity travel in the United States was by rail. It documents in extraordinary detail the ingenuity and splendor of the classic trains as well as the rattle and clatter, the dust and cinders of early rail Author: John H.
White Jr. The American Railroad Passenger Car Book Summary: An authoritative history of the American railroad passenger car, illustrated with nearly eight hundred photographs, engravings, and line drawings, examines interior designs and costs and recreates a lost age of elegance in rail travel.
operate on Amtrak and freight railroads, the private car must conform to current Federal and carrier regulations. The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA), Amtrak, VIA, the Association of American Railroads (AAR), the American Public Transportation Association (APTA), andFile Size: KB.
In his book, "The American Railroad Passenger Car (Part 2)," author John White, Jr. notes that during peak years 9, trains carried mail viaroute miles.
There w clerks employed aboard these RPO cars which earned $50 million in gross revenues. One of America's greatest business enterprises, the Pullman Company provided outstanding service aboard a vast fleet of railroad passenger cars that could be found in almost every nook and cranny of the United States/5(71).According to Mike Schafer's book, "Freight Train Cars," the use of springs was one of the earliest known freight car improvements.
By the 's the first four-wheel truck, one attached at each end, was employed on the B&O. The original inventor of the device has been lost to history although its advantages were unquestioned.The streamliner era in general saw the most advances in passenger train car construction, not just coach cars, as company's spared no expensive to get in edge in wooing passengers to their trains.
Comfort, relaxation, and stunning interior and exterior designs became the norm for a railroad's most prominent passenger train(s).