American Passenger Train Equipment

1940s-1980s

American Passenger Train Equipment
$34.95
Format: Paperback / softback, 128 Pages
ISBN: 9781583882634
Publisher: Enthusiast Books
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Passenger Trains hauled the most important freight—humans! Experience the heyday of passenger trains all over again. Photos, drawings and detailed captions document the huge variety of passenger cars in operations from the 1940s into the days of Amtrak. Includes information such as dimensions, passenger seating capacities, heating and air-conditioning systems, and the types of train services. Long-time railroad author Pat Dorin puts all the various types of passenger equipment and designs into perspective. Even model railroaders are sure to glean new ideas for their modeling projects.

The author

Patrick C. Dorin has been interested in railroads since he was two. He worked for the railroad industry while going to college and for several years after and also has taught transportation at the university level. His interest in railroads has resulted in writing about railroad services and equipment, and has had 42 books published.

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Specs

Format: Paperback / softback, 128 Pages
ISBN: 9781583882634
Illustrations: 100 color & 100 b-w ill
Size: 8.5 in x 11 in x 0.437 in / 215.9 mm x 279.4 mm x 11.112 mm
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