The History of Railroads; compiled by David A Norris: from the Publishers of History Magazine; 84pp; Full Color; 8.5x11; Item # MM017-PDF; PDF downloadable eBook, Downloads are available immediately upon placing order.
This book is also available in printed format.
- The Transcontinental Railroad
- Travel on the Orient Express
- The Great Locomotive Chase
- The Canadian Pacific Railway
- The Panama Railroad
- Civil War Train Travel
- World War 1 Trains
- Train Robberies
- Owney the Mail Dog
- Casey Jones and Old ‘97
- A Look at Pullman Cars
- And More!
- The Fabled Orient Express; Leaving platform two for adventure, glamour, and excitement
- Linked by the Golden Spike; Building the Union Pacific and Central Pacific railroads
- Scandal, Rebellion, Mountains & Muskeg; The Canadian Pacific Railroad overcame natural and man-made obstacles to cross North America
- The 1855 Panama Railroad; The first transcontinental railroad built across North America
- From Purgatory to Pampering: Pullman Cars; The quest for rail passenger comfort
- Stamping, Sorting and Steam; Moving the mail by rail
- From Grand Central to the Not-so-Grand; A panorama of two centuries of great changes in railroad history
- Trench Railways of World War I; Miniature trains were a deadly serious business from 1914-1918
- The Great Locomotive Chase; A look at the Andrews Raid of 1862
- Owney the Mail Dog; The mascot of the mail trains
- Robberies on the Rails! This newfangled transportation brought a new kind of crime to the late 19th and early 20th centuries
- Casey Jones and Old 97; Popular songs turned two railroad disasters into American folk legends
- Taking the Cars; the first large-scale use of railroads to transfer armies and military supplies in war
Note that there are no shipping charges on this item, as it is a PDF download.
Upon placing your order, you will be able to download the PDF eBook directly from the FRPC screen. You will also be sent an email from where you can click on the link and download the item. You can only download the PDF eBook once, so if you make your order from a computer other than your own, you might want to wait until you get to your computer and do the actual download from the email.