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century of locomotive building by Robert Stephenson & Co., 1823-1923.

James G. H. Warren

century of locomotive building by Robert Stephenson & Co., 1823-1923.

by James G. H. Warren

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Published in Newcastle upon Tyne .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Robert Stephenson & Company.

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 461p. :
    Number of Pages461
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19435417M

      J.G.H. Warren, A Century of Locomotive building by Robert Stephenson & Co, - , Andrew Reid & Company, , gilt and green cloth .   A History of Railway Locomotives down to the end of the year 4to, dustwrapper; Bourne, J.C. Bourne’s London & Birmingham Railway. , folio, original cloth, dustwrapper, glassine.

    The firm of Robert Stephenson & Co was responsible for the building of the Stockton and Darlington Railway's first engine “Locomotion”, which ran at the opening of the line on Septem This famous engine is now preserved at Darlington Station, on the London and North Eastern Railway.   [2] 'A Century of Locomotive building by Robert Stephenson & Co. - ' by J.G.H. Warren. [3] 'The Development of the Locomotive - A Popular History - by Clement E. Stretton. [4] 'Locomotive Engineering and the Mechanism of Railways A Treatise on the principles and construction of the locomotive engine, railway carriages and.

    Product Information: Excerpt from Locomotives and Locomotive Building: Being a Brief Sketch of the Growth of the Railroad System and of the Various Improvements in Locomotive Building in America Together With a History of the Origin and Growth of the Rogers Locomotive and Machine Works, Paterson, New Jersey The last catalogue of the Rogers Locomotive and Machine Works with a Seller Rating: % positive. A Century of Locomotive Building - By Robert Stephenson & Co door J. G. H. Warren Omschrijving - This concise look at the locomotive company Robert Stephenson & Co from to by J. G. Warren provides a unique history of the locomotive industry as it came to be built.


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by J. Warren (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings See all formats and editions/5(2). Century Of Locomotive Building By Robert Stephenson & Co., Warren, James G.h. Century of locomotive buildingby Messrs. Robert Stephenson and Co., published in Robert Stephenson and Company built a number of Crampton type locomotives for the South Eastern Railway and the London, Chatham and Dover were all of wheel arrangement with inside cylinders and indirect drive.

The inside cylinders drove a crankshaft located in front of the firebox and the crankshaft was coupled to the driving wheels by outside rods. Warren, J G H, A Centenary of Locomotive Building by Robert Stephenson & Co,Andrew Reid & Co Ltd, Lee, M J, ‘Forth Banks Works ’, SLS.

Warren J G H A Century of Locomotive Building by Robert Stephenson & CoD&C,pp with a new introduction by Professor W. Tuplin. First published by Andrew Reid & Co. in There is a bookplate from the previous owner inside the front cover. "Largish" format Hb.

Dimensions: × mm: Sub-Category: Railways. ISBN: Sub Title: By Robert Stephenson & Co / Contributors: J. Warren. Imprint: David. Steam Locomotives in India: Part 3 – Broad Gauge.

Harrow, Middlesex: The Continental Railway Circle. ISBN Lowe, J. British Steam Locomotive Builders. Guild Publishing. Warren, J.G.H. () A Century of Locomotive Building by Robert Stephenson & Co / Newton Abbot: David & Charles.

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” by J. Warren and “Timothy Hackworth and the Locomotive” by Robert Young. Robert Stephenson & Co Ltd Outside elevation, shaded and coloured – four coupled "Planet" type with tender. This drawing gives useful detail of chimney, boiler mountings, splashers etc. Description from A Century of Locomotive Building by Robert Stephenson & CoJ.

A Century of Locomotive Building By Robert Stephenson & Co /, Newcastle on Tyne, (). A Histoiyof the American Locomotive, 2nd Edition, (). In Mr Whites book there is a conjectural drawing of the John Bull on page which he claims was the configuration of the locomotive as built by the Robert Stephenson Co.

he based his drawing on a drawing that is depicted in the book "A Century of Locomotive Building by the Robert Stephenson & Co on page The locomotive that is presently in the Smithsonian Museum of History which.

'A Century of Locomotive Building by Robert Stephenson & Co. /', by J G H Warren, publisher David and Charles/Heritage ISBN: has quite a bit of information about these locomotives. Pages & have detail drawings of the valve-gear for the version.

This concise look at the locomotive company Robert Stephenson & Co from to by J. Warren provides a unique history of the locomotive industry as it came to be built. He includes details such as letters, diagrams, photos, pictures and tables to give a full understanding of that century.

Warren, J.G.H. () A Century of Locomotive Building by Robert Stephenson & Co / Newton Abbot: David & Charles. Originally published John Bull, History Wired - Smithsonian Institution; Related Research Articles.A century of locomotive building by Robert Stephenson & Co., / by J.

G. H. Warren; Locomotive X, old E 17 class no 22 built by Robert Stephenson builder's no [picture] Essays in steam: an anthology of articles from the Journal of the Stephenson Locomotive .Robert Stephenson's Planet was an early steam locomotive that carried a wheel arrangement.

The Planet was somewhat unique in that it's the first known to employ cylinders inside the frame, a feature that became somewhat popular at the time it was built in the early s but was not used in many later designs.

Additionally, while several were manufactured for British railways only.