Railway practice: a collection of working plans and practical details of construction in the public works of the most celebrated engineers comprising tunnels and tunnel fronts, turnpike road bridges... ornamental bridges, with various designs for iron rails and framing... aqueducs, turn-tables, cranes, and railway depots, with sheds, &c . on the several railways, canals, and other public works throughout the kingdom; as the London and Birmingham...Slamannan, and Wishaw and Coltness railways and the elegant aqueduct of the Lancaster Canal over the River Lune. A series of original designs for every description of railway works, in various styles of architecture, completes the volume / by S.C. Brees.
|Main Author:||Brees, S. C.|
London : J. Williams; 1838.
2nd ed., corrected and improved.
> Public works.
Railroads > Great Britain.
Canals > Great Britain.
Railroads > Design and construction.
London and North-Western Railway.
Great Western Railway (Great Britain)
xi-xiii, , viii-xiv, , xx-xxxvi, 106 p.,  leaves of plates, some folded;
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