Railroad Signaling

Railroad Signaling

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From the 1830s to today, the railroad industry has developed myriad complex mechanisms to help keep North Americaa€™s railroad rights-of-ways safe, efficient, and relatively accident-free. In this paperback rerelease of the successful 2003 title, the otherwise-arcane world of railroad signaling is explained in concise language and brought to life with nearly 200 fantastic photographs that depict signaling history and all aspects of modern operations. Author and photographer Brian Solomon brings his wealth of knowledge and photographic talent to a subject that has not often been tackled in book form, yet is integral to the American railroad experience.Bill also gave me a copy of a 1937 New York Central rulebook that has been a treasured possession for many years. This well-worn, canvas- covered book has inspired as many questions as it answered. ... The difficulty with writing this book has been in condensing a vast field of knowledge into roughly 45, 000 words and 100 photographs. ... Special thanks to Pat Yough, who generously lent me documents and literature, helped track down technical information, set up interviews, andanbsp;...

Title:Railroad Signaling
Author: Brian Solomon
Publisher:Voyageur Press - 2003-11-01

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