Steam, Smoke, and Steel

Steam, Smoke, and Steel

Back in Time With Trains

Book - 2000
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A boy traces the development of railroad engines from coal to steam to diesel as he recounts his family's experience of driving trains over the years.
Publisher: Watertown, MA : Charlesbridge, c2000
ISBN: 9780881069693
0881069698
Branch Call Number: J/385/.36/O'Br 359403 1
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill

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ctkvlk
Dec 26, 2015

Especially for older kids--my nephew the train fanatic LOVED this book. Great info on trains as you see them in the same setting. Note that the station is the same one throughout and look for a cat in each setting. Nice generational touch, as well.

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cstallings
Jun 06, 2014

Though it was a little text-heavy for our 2-year old, the premise of the book was more original and fun than most of the train books that pass through our house. It follows 150 years of a family as each generation drives a train of the time. It even kept the parents interested.

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