Melvil Decimal System: 388
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Works under MDS 388
4,846 results. First 2,000 shown.
- Uncommon Carriers by John McPhee
- London Orbital by Iain Sinclair
- The Subterranean Railway: How the London Underground Was Built and How It Changed the City Forever by Christian Wolmar
- Ninety Percent of Everything: Inside Shipping, the Invisible Industry That Puts Clothes on Your Back, Gas in Your Car, and Food on Your Plate by Rose George
- Trucks Board Book by Byron Barton
- The Big Roads: The Untold Story of the Engineers, Visionaries, and Trailblazers Who Created the American Superhighways by Earl Swift
- Maybelle the Cable Car by Virginia Lee Burton
- The Routes of Man: How Roads Are Changing the World and the Way We Live Today by Ted Conover
- 722 Miles: The Building of the Subways and How They Transformed New York by Clifton Hood
- What's in a Name?: Origins of Station Names on the London Underground by Cyril M. Harris
- The Race Underground: Boston, New York, and the Incredible Rivalry That Built America's First Subway by Doug Most
- The Old West: The Expressmen by David Nevin
- Big Joe's Trailer Truck by Joe Mathieu
- Straphanger: Saving Our Cities and Ourselves from the Automobile by Taras Grescoe
- The Story of the Conestoga Wagon by Kenneth Richards
- Aramis, or the Love of Technology by Bruno Latour
- Labyrinths of Iron: Subways in History, Myth, Art, Technology, and War by Benson Bobrick
- Underground, Overground: A Passenger's History of the Tube by Andrew Martin
- Under the Sidewalks of New York: The Story of the Greatest Subway System in the World by Brian J. Cudahy
- Hack: How I Stopped Worrying About What to Do with My Life and Started Driving a Yellow Cab by Melissa Plaut
- Divorce Your Car! : Ending the Love Affair with the Automobile by Katie Alvord
- All Aboard Trucks (Reading Railroad) by Lynn Conrad
- The Great Society Subway: A History of the Washington Metro by Zachary M. Schrag
- The High Cost of Free Parking by Donald C. Shoup
- Devils on the Deep Blue Sea: The Dreams, Schemes, and Showdowns That Built America's Cruise-Ship Empires by Kristoffer A. Garin
MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.
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