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The Locomotive Up To Date: The Classic Reference for Steam Locomotive Engineers and Firemen By Charles McShane
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When it was originally published in 1899, The Locomotive Up to Date was hailed as “…the most definitive work ever published concerning the mechanism that has transformed the American... More > nation: the steam locomotive.” Filled with over 700 pages of text, diagrams and photos, this remains one of the most important railroading books ever written. From steam valves to sanders, trucks to side rods, it’s a treasure trove of information, explaining in easy-to-understand language how the most sophisticated machines of the 19th Century were operated and maintained. This new edition is an exact duplicate of the original. Reformatted as an easy-to-read 8.5x11 volume, it’s delightful for railroad enthusiasts of all ages.< Less
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Mei Zhi's Fire By Leon Martin
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One day, Mei Zhi accidentally set off a fire that burned the whole planet down. He tried to stop it but he couldn’t.
America Burning: The Report of the National Commission on Fire Prevention and Control By National Commission on Fire Prevention and Control, United States Fire Administration
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DEAR MR. PRESIDENT: Transmitted with this letter is the final report of the National Commission on Fire Prevention and Control. The report is based on almost 2 years of work by the Commission. We... More > believe it presents the most significant fire safety problems, and the greatest opportunities for fire loss reduction, in the United States today. The vast majority of the Commission agreed with all fundamental issues. Over $11 billion of our resources are wasted by destructive fires each year. Additionally, 12,000 people are killed and tens of thousands of persons are scarred physically and emotionally by fire. Recommendations are presented in this report which, if implemented, will significantly reduce this great toll. The recommendations emphasize prevention of fire through implementation of local programs. This is in keeping with the very nature of the fire problem which is felt hardest at the community level...< Less
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