2 edition of Observations on a general iron rail-way found in the catalog.
Observations on a general iron rail-way
|LC Classifications||TF144 .G8x 1821|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||60 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||60|
|LC Control Number||85665451|
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Containing every species of information relative to rail-roads and loco-motive engines. Thomas Gray (–) was an influential British railway advocate. Thomas Gray spent most of his adult life promoting the idea of a passenger railway system for the UK and Europe. He wrote "Observations on a General Iron Railway" which was first published infollowed by further, and expanded, editions up to Get this from a library.
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Observations on a general iron rail-way. 4th ed. London: Published by Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, Hebert, Luke. A practical treatise on rail-roads and locomotive engines. Documents tending to prove the superior advantages of rail-ways and steam-carriages over canal navigation by: Stevens, John, Published: () Treatise on the steam engine by: Renwick, James.
The following books, pamphlets, and reports have, among others, been consulted in the preparation of the present work: "A Cursory View of the Advantages of an Intended Canal from Chesterfield to Gainsborough" (). In a pamphlet published inunder the title of "A Statement of the Claim of the Subscribers to the Birmingham and Liverpool Rail-road to an Act of Parliament; in reply to the Opposition of the Canal Companies" (quoted in the fifth, oredition of Thomas Gray's "Observations on a General Iron Rail-way"), it is stated that the amount of.
Observations on a general iron rail-way, or land steam-conveyance to supersede the necessity of horses in all public vehicles containing every species of information relative to rail-roads and loco-motive engines / by: Gray, Thomas, Published: ().
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