Locomotive: Building an Eight-Wheeler

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Locomotive: Building an Eight-Wheeler - Weitzman, David

In the 1830s, Americans fell in love with railroads and locomotives. Soon we were building the biggest, most powerful locomotives in the world. The steam locomotive became a symbol of American ingenuity and skill that our national poet, Walt Whitman, called an "emblem of motion and power - pulse of the continent." One of the most useful ...

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