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The American Railroad Passenger Car, Parts I and II (Johns Hopkins Studies in the History of Technology)
by White Jr., John H
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Johns Hopkins University Press, 1988. 2 volumes: 12.5" X 10.5" in illustrated heavy paper covers. Erasure top corner flyleaf vol. 1; smudge top corner p 690 and inside back cover; moderate shelf wear, but clean, tight unmarked: VERY GOOD condition. 690pp. Third printing of the paperback edition. Amazingly comprehensive and detailed. Filled with illustrations and diagrams. [2XBD054]. 5th or later Edition. Soft cover. Very Good/No Jacket.
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- The American Railroad Passenger Car, Parts I and II (Johns Hopkins Studies in the History of Technology)
- White Jr., John H
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- 5th or later Edition
- ISBN 10
- ISBN 13
- Johns Hopkins University Press
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