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eBook Electric Railway Pioneer: Commuting on the Northwestern Pacific, 1903-1941 ePub

by Harre W. Demoro

  • ISBN: 0916374556
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  • Author: Harre W. Demoro
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Interurban Press; 1st edition (1983)
  • Pages: 128
  • ePub book: 1995 kb
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Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780916374556.

Find nearly any book by Harre W. Demoro. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. The Evergreen Fleet: A Pictorial History of Washington State Ferries. ISBN 9780870950377 (978-0-87095-037-7) Hardcover, Golden West Books, 1971. Find signed collectible books: 'The Evergreen Fleet: A Pictorial History of Washington State Ferries'.

The North Pacific Coast Railroad (NPC) was a common carrier 3 ft (914 mm) narrow-gauge steam railroad begun in 1874 and . Electric Railway Pioneer: Commuting on the Northwestern Pacific, 1903-1941. Dickinson, A. Bray (1974).

The North Pacific Coast Railroad (NPC) was a common carrier 3 ft (914 mm) narrow-gauge steam railroad begun in 1874 and sold in 1902 to new owners who renamed it the North Shore Railroad (California) (NSR) and which rebuilt the southern section into a standard-gauge electric railway. The NPC operated in the northern California counties of Marin and Sonoma that carried redwood lumber, local dairy and agricultural products, express and passengers.

Demoro, Harre W. (1983). Electric Railway Pioneer: Commuting on the Northwestern Pacific, 1903-1941

Demoro, Harre W. North Coast Railroad (1992–1996) - The North Coast Railroad operated freight trains on the Northwestern Pacific Railroad from Schellville (interchange with the California Northern) to Eureka.

The North Shore Railroad in California built a standard gauge, steeplecab locomotive in its own shops in 1902-1903 which was used . Demoro, Harre W. "Electric Railway Pioneer: Commuting on the Northwestern Pacific, 1903-1941," at 118. (Interurbans Special No. 84).

The North Shore Railroad in California built a standard gauge, steeplecab locomotive in its own shops in 1902-1903 which was used until 1906 when it was apparently sold to the United Railroads of San Francisco. Advantages and disadvantages. It offers a large degree of crash protection for the crew combined with good visibility. (1983, Interurban Press).

The North Eastern Railway operated three classes of camelbacks between 1905 and the company's merger .

The North Eastern Railway operated three classes of camelbacks between 1905 and the company's merger under Grouping in 1922. These became: British Rail Class EE1. British Rail Class EF1. British Rail Class ES1. The Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway also built at least two steeplecab locomotives. Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway steeple cab electric loco.

Together, let's build an Open Library for the World. 1983, Interurban Press.

Well-written and comprehensive history of the Northwestern Pacific Railroad's suburban electrics in Marin County, California. This line was a pioneer in many aspects, introducing power system and block signal designs that made it a test ground for later subway and rapid transit installations. The full flavor of electric commuter operations (and the San Francisco Bay ferries that served Sausalito and Tiburon) is captured in a clear, detailed narrative complemented by evocative black and white photos. Includes section on the Electra, a steeple-cab, standard gauge locomotive built in the NP shops and used for freight haulage from 1903-1906. With rosters listing wooden motor cars, wooden trailer cars, steel suburban coaches, and ferries of the NP and its predecessors. Includes bibliography. Decorative end papers show timetables (front) and Special Rules (back). This is Interurbans Special 84. 126 pages with index.