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The Steel Railroad Car, The Law of the Air and more

The Interstate Commerce Law

Its Development and Administration

By Judson C. Clements

Relations of the Railroads to the Public--Co-operative, Not Antagonistic

By W. C. Brown

Transcontinental Railroads in the United States

The Seven Great Systems Which Radiate from Chicago to the Pacific Coast

By William E. Hooper

The Growth of American Locomotives and Railroads

From the Baby 5-Ton Engine of 1832 to the 188-Ton Giant of To-day

By Herbert T. Walker

The Transcontinental Railroads of Canada

How the Government and the Railroads are Co-operating in Building Up the Great Northwest

By J. W. Whitman

The World's Greatest Railway Terminal

How the New Grand Central Station Will Handle, if Need be, Two Hundred Trains an Hour

By Walter Bernard

A Substitute for the Rate Increase

Economics of Scientific Management as Applied to the Railroads

By Charles B. Brewer

Hygroscopes--Quaint and Curious

By C. Fitzhugh Talman

Abstracts from Current Periodicals - June 17, 1911

Phases of Science as Other Editors See Them

The Railroad Man and his watch, Plants Breaking up an Island and more


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    New Books, Etc. - June 17, 1911

  • Departments

    How I Invented the Air Brake

  • The Inventor's Department - June 17, 1911

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