Louisville a Nashville Steam Locomotives Revised 1968 Edition Richard E. Prince A revised new edition of an encyclopedic study. qFor over one hundred years the steam locomotives provided the principal motive power on the Louisville a Nashville RR. During this period over 2000 different steam engines were owned by the Old Reliable.q Thus begins Richard E. Princes encyclopedic study of the Louisville a Nashvilleas Steam Locomotives. First published in 1959 and revised in 1968, this is the crucial book for the Louisville and Nashville Locomotive's many steam fans. With hundreds of vintage photographs, detailed rosters, and schematic drawings it is an invaluable resource for railroad buffs and historians. But even casual readers will be swept up in Princeas history of the growth and diversification of the LaN. Richard E. Prince is author of nine railroad books. He attended Georgia School of Technology in Atlanta. During World War II, he joined the Merchant Marines and sailed on steam Liberty ships. He worked in several capacities for the LaN Railroad and the Union Pacific Railroad. He is now retired and lives in Omaha, Nebraska. Among his many books are Atlantic Coast Line Railroad and Seaboard Air Line Railway (Indiana University Press).CLASS B 0-6-0 TYPE SWITCHER LOCOMOTIVE DATA to miu (|mq ... CHART XXIX - CLASS A 0-4-0 TYPE SWITCHER LOCOMOTIVE DATA Number Roai* Previous Steam Tractive Total Engine Class in ... 2044 Scrapped in 1909 2052- 2054 1052-1054 Rogers 1871-73 16aquot; x 24aquot; 140 55 13, 300 8, 000 Scrapped in 1908 and 1911 Diagram of A-O class 0-4-0 No. ... 0-6-0 1888 Renumbered 2001 in 1903 1041 90E N n Renumbered 2041 in 1903 1002 46 2002 1042 3S 1889 2042 1003anbsp;...
|Title||:||Louisville & Nashville Steam Locomotives|
|Author||:||Richard E. Prince|
|Publisher||:||Indiana University Press - 1968|