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by Dana William Ashdown

Author: Dana William Ashdown
Subcategory: Transportation
Language: English
Publisher: Robin Brass Studio, Inc.; 1 edition (January 1, 2010)
Pages: 302 pages
Category: Engineering and Transport
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Iron Steam: A History of the Locomotive and Railway Car Builders of Toronto. by. Dana William Ashdown. Nearly 150 years ago James Good's Toronto Locomotive Works made the first railway engine built in British North America, and over the next seven decades Toronto factories rolled out more than 220 steam and electric locomotives and hundreds of cars.

Iron and Steam : A History of the Locomotive and Railway Car Builders of Toronto. Over 150 years ago James Good transformed his iron foundry at the corner of Yonge and Queen streets into the Toronto Locomotive Works

Iron and Steam : A History of the Locomotive and Railway Car Builders of Toronto. by Dana William Ashdown. Over 150 years ago James Good transformed his iron foundry at the corner of Yonge and Queen streets into the Toronto Locomotive Works. Soon the first railway engine built in British North America, the Toronto, was born, and over the next seven decades Toronto factories rolled out more than 220 steam and electric locomotives and hundreds of railway cars, not to mention giant Bucyrus steam shovels, turntables, bridges and streetcar trucks.

Frederick William Cumberland agreed to take control of the railway, after reorganizing as the Northern . Ashdown, Dana William (1999). Iron and Steam: A History of the Locomotive and Railway Car Builders of Toronto.

Frederick William Cumberland agreed to take control of the railway, after reorganizing as the Northern Railway Company of Canada in August 1858. Marsh, James (25 March 2009). The Canadian Encyclopedia. Historica Foundation.

The Northern Railway of Canada was a historical railway located in the province of Ontario, Canada. It was the first steam railway to enter service in what was then known as Upper Canada. It was eventually acquired by the Grand Trunk Railway, and is therefore a predecessor to the modern Canadian National Railway (CNR). Several sections of the line are still used by CNR and GO Transit.

Iron & Steam: A History of the Locomotive and Railway Car Builders of Toronto.

the car company could use the manufacturing facilities being constructed as part of the prison. Ashdown, Dana William. Iron & Steam; A History of the Locomotive and Railway Car Builders of Toronto. 4. the government would provide heat, light, power, water, tracks and offices at the prison. Toronto, ON: Robin Brass Studio, 1999.

Steam locomotive represent the starting point of the modern railway industry that grew into the worldwide .

Steam locomotive represent the starting point of the modern railway industry that grew into the worldwide phenomenon that enabled us to spread, move vast amounts of goods, passengers, and shape the look of the modern human civilizations.

Author : Dana William Ashdown. Publisher : Robin Brass Studio

Author : Dana William Ashdown. Publisher : Robin Brass Studio. This book tells the story of these railway pioneers for the first time, including a scheme to have rolling stock built by prison labor. Includes coverage of every known locomotive built in Toronto. Users who liked this book, also liked. At the Heart of Progress: Coal, Iron, and Steam Since 1750 (English).

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Railway Locomotives and Cars". American Railroad Journal (. "Ontario, Simcoe and Huron Union Railroad Company". North America Railway Hall of Fame. Retrieved 11 June 2014. The Toronto No. 2". Young, Jeffery (7 February 2006). Locomotives and rolling stock".

Nearly 150 years ago James Good's Toronto Locomotive Works made the first railway engine built in British North America, and over the next seven decades Toronto factories rolled out more than 220 steam and electric locomotives and hundreds of cars. This book tells the story of these railway pioneers for the first time, including a scheme to have rolling stock built by prison labor. Includes coverage of every known locomotive built in Toronto.