description of locomotives manufactured by the Grant Locomotive Works of Paterson, N. J. by Grant Locomotive Works.

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Published by J. Sutton & company in New York .

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LC ClassificationsTJ625.G7 G7
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Pagination16 l.
Number of Pages16
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Open LibraryOL6494261M
LC Control Number45048932
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New York: James Sutton & Company. The book includes: many photo-illustrations of early trains and locomotive parts, illustrated endpapers, some parts descriptions, and a folded poster of the "Standard American.

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