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by Phillip Atkins

Author: Phillip Atkins
Language: English
Publisher: Gardners Books (January 31, 2000)
Pages: 128 pages
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Philip Atkins: railway writer, locomotive historian and librarian. The Golden age of locomotive building is a history of locomotive construction in Britain and contains a wealth of tabulated statistical information and a superb bibliography.

Tom Thumb was the first American-built steam locomotive to operate on a common-carrier railroad

Tom Thumb was the first American-built steam locomotive to operate on a common-carrier railroad. It was designed and constructed by Peter Cooper in 1830 to convince owners of the newly formed Baltimore and Ohio Railroad (B&O) (now CSX) to use steam engines; it was not intended to enter revenue service. It is especially remembered as a participant in an impromptu race with a horse-drawn car, which the horse won after Tom Thumb suffered a mechanical failure.

Steam locomotives gripped the imagination when they first appeared in 19th-century Europe and America. Ian Kennedy is Louis L. and Adelaide C. Ward Curator, European Painting and Sculpture at The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City

Steam locomotives gripped the imagination when they first appeared in 19th-century Europe and America. Aboard these great machines. Ward Curator, European Painting and Sculpture at The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City. Julian Treuherz was formerly Keeper of Art Galleries, National Museums Liverpool. Matthew Beaumont is Lecturer in 19th-Century English and American Literature at University College London.