steam locomotive in the past and the future. by J. F. Gairns

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Article in Nineteenth Century and after, v.CI, no.601, March 1927, p.352-362.

Book details

SeriesThe nineteenth century and after
The Physical Object
Paginationxxxii, 464p.
Number of Pages464
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Open LibraryOL14474376M

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