Observations on a general iron rail-way, or land steam-conveyance; to supersede the necessity of horses in all public vehicles: showing its vast superiority in every respect, over all the present pitiful methods of conveyance by turnpike roads, canals and coasting-traders. Containing every species of information relative to railroads and loco-motive engines.
|Main Author:||Gray, Thomas, 1787-1848.|
London, Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, 1825.
> Early works to 1850.
xxiv, 233 p.
|Original Classification Number:||TF 144 .G78 1825|
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