"A potentially useful history finally derailed by its author's myopia. (Forty-six b&w illustrations—seen.)"
Like Nicholas Faith's The World the Railways Made (p. 1132), which takes a more international perspective, this nostalgic history examines the far-reaching effects of the locomotive on modern society.
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