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Filed under: Railroads -- Juvenile literature. Trains at Work (Garden City, NY: Garden City Books, ), by Mary Elting, illust. by David Millard (multiple formats at ) The First Book of Trains (published under "Campbell Tatham" pseudonym; New York, F. Watts, c), by Mary Elting, illust. by Jeanne Bendick (page images at HathiTrust). Mr. Cundy's Reply. ^ Cundy, Nicholas Wilcox (). Inland Transit: The Practicability, Utility, and Benefit of Railroads; the Comparative Attraction and Speed of Steam Engines, on a Railroad, Navigation, and Turnpike Road; Report of a Select Committee of the House # Commons on Steam Carriages, with an Abstract of the Evidence Taken Before Parliament on the Birmingham Railroad Bill.


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