Still Standing - A Century of Urban Train Station Design
Chronological survey of selected station designs built between 1846 to 1951 and surviving to the current day. Features locations world-wide with colour photography of each station.
CLARKE, Thomas Curtis & others
The American Railway
Its Construction, Development, Management and Appliances
History and operation of railroads first published at the end of the nineteenth century. Various authors contribute chapters on construction, locomotives and cars, management and railwaymen, travel and freight. Woodcut illustrations throughout.
COLBURN, Zerah & HOLLEY, Alexander L.
The Permanent Way and Coal-Burning Locomotive Boilers of European Railways
with a Comparison of the Working Economy of European and American Lines, and the Principles upon which Improvement must proceed
General Theory of Bridge Construction - Containing demonstrations of the principles of the art and their application to practice
furnishing the means of calculating the strains from the chords, ties, braces, counter-braces and other parts of a bridge or frame of any description