In this volume, noted Columbia University Professor of Architecture Cyril M. Harris offers a unique tour through the entire history of architecture: an extraordinary compendium of clear, concise definitions for over 5,000 important terms.
Author: P. Ransome-Wallis
Publisher: Courier Corporation
Category: Antiques & Collectibles
An extensive history of the design and careers of 150 American and Canadian steam-powered, diesel, electric, and gas turbine trains, accompanied by 250 photographs and illustrations, provides a reference for rail enthusiasts worldwide.
Author: John Brian Hollingsworth
Publisher: Smithmark Pub
Find out about the technological breakthroughs and brilliant inventions that have shaped the modern world. Investigate the science behind everyday life - from cameras and computers to communication and transportation.
Author: Chris Oxlade
A complete illustrated encyclopedia of car construction . Nearly six thousand
illustrations $ 5.00 ........ Catechism of the Locomotive . Forney . 1890. Enlarged .
Illustrated . 50.000 sold . Every beginner wants it , and every engineman ought to
In the lobster we have a regular division into head , thorax , and abdomen , as in
insects ; and it is to the thorax alone that the locomotive appendages are
attached , as in the perfect state of the insect . As in all other Articulata , the eyes
of the ...
Author: John Frost
Category: Animal behavior
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Englishman Richard Trevithick ran on rails for the firsl time. Trevithic k thought
lhai •.team power had a future, and bet thai his steam engine could haul (• tons of
Publisher: DK Publishing (Dorling Kindersley)
Category: Children's encyclopedias and dictionaries
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NE R Above : Three twentiethcentury steam engines . The streamlined Mallard
set the world steam engine speed record of 202 . 8 kph ( 126 mph ) in 1938 .
Publisher: Bookthrift Company
rIChard TrevIThICk In 1804, a steam locomotive (right) built by englishman
richard Trevithick ran on rails for the first time. Trevithick thought that steam power
had a future, and bet that his steam engine could haul 9 tonnes (9 tons) of iron 15
Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction