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Locomotive Engineer
Historic Book Collection on CD

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The Locomotive Engineer book collection is a collection of 24 late 19th century and early 20th century books concerning the most critical of men in the early days of locomotive transportation - the engineer. The books offer a fascinating and detailed look at the tasks and expectations of the early engineers and what they did on a daily basis. Included in this collection are a variety of publications that locomotive engineers would have subscribed to, various technical manuals, stories of life on the road and much more. Many of the books have detailed illustrations that add to their fascinating narration.

All the titles contained on this CD are listed below.

  1. The locomotive engineer - issues from 1/1888 to 12/1891 - 900 pages
  2. Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineer's Monthly Journal (1905) - 1136 pages
  3. Reminiscences in the Life of a Locomotive Engineer (1861) - 226 pages
  4. The model locomotive engineer, fireman and engine-boy (1879) - Michael Reynolds - 328 pages
  5. Forty Years a Locomotive Engineer: Thrilling Tales of the Rail (1913) - J. Harvey Reed - 153 pages
  6. Tom Keenan, locomotive engineer, a story of fifty years on the rail as told by himself; (1904) - Jones, Neason - 285 pages
  7. Sam Hobart, the locomotive engineer. A workingman's solution of the labor problem (1883) - Fulton, Justin D. (Justin Dewey) - 267 pages
  8. The story of the life of George Stephenson, railway engineer (1859) - Smiles, Samuel - 408 pages
  9. Locomotive engineers journal (1901 Annual Collection) - 832 pages
  10. Locomotive engineers journal (1896 Annual Collection) - 1128 pages
  11. Locomotive engineers journal (1871 Annual Collection) - 590 pages
  12. Locomotive engineers journal (1921 Annual Collection) - 1029 pages
  13. American locomotive engineers : Erie Railway edition, illustrated (1899) - Romans, H. R -
  14. Key to Ready Reference for Locomotive Engineers and Firemen (1888) - Solomon A . Alexander - 39 pages
  15. Norris's hand-book for locomotive engineers and machinists (1852) - Norris, Septimus - 346 pages
  16. Locomotive engine driving ; a practical manual for engineers in charge of locomotive engines (1888) - Reynolds, Michael - 328 pages
  17. Locomotive compounding and superheating. A practical text-book for the use of railway and locomotive engineers, students, and draughtsmen (1907) - Gairns, John Francis - 224 pages
  18. A history of Boston division number sixty-one Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers (1906) - Bucknam, Wilton Francis - 221 pages
  19. Broke Down: What Should I Do : Ready Reference and Key for Locomotive Engineers and Firemen (1890) - Solomon A. Alexander - 101 pages
  20. A Manual of Instruction for the Economical Management of Locomotives: For Locomotive Engineers (1889) - George Henry Baker - 129 pages
  21. Locomotive Engine Driving: A Practical Manual for Engineers (1888) - Michael Reynolds - 336 pages
  22. Pocket Companion for Locomotive Engineers and Firemen: Containing General Rules and Suggestions (1876) - Charles A. Hoxsie - 104 pages
  23. Engines and men; the history of the Associated Society of Locomotive Engineers and Firemen; a survey of organisation of railway locomotive men (1921) - Raynes, John R - 373 pages
  24. The great strike on the "Q," with a history of the organization and growth of the Brotherhood of locomotive engineers (1889) - Hall, John A. - 136 pages

Here are some images from some of the volumes:

This CD runs on all Windows and Macintosh computers. You must have a web browser and Adobe Acrobat Reader - (available for free download if you do not have it installed on your computer.) The book index is organized in an HTML menu that is compatible with all browsers and the books themselves are in PDF format to allow them to be universally accessed. Many books on this CD are searchable and printable.

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