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Series: Storia dei Trasporti Pubblici

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Le ferrovie secondarie di Arezzo by Piero Muscolinonot in English Common Knowledge1
La ferrovia Sansepolcro-Umbertide, Umbertide-Perugia-Terni by Mariano Garzinot in English Common Knowledge2
Le ferrovie della Sicilia Sud-Orientale by Piero Muscolinonot in English Common Knowledge3
Il Tram A Roma. Notizie Dalle Origini E Ricordi Degli Autori by Vittorio Formigarinot in English Common Knowledge4
La Ferrovia Padova-Piazzola-Carmignano by Mario Santinellonot in English Common Knowledge5
La ferrovia dell'Appennino Centrale, linea Arezzo-Fossato by Mariano Garzinot in English Common Knowledge7
Il Piemonte ferroviario che piu ricordo by Piero Muscolinonot in English Common Knowledge8
In treno da Roma a Firenze: storia di piu di un secolo di costruzioni ferroviarie dai tracciati granducali e papali alla direttissima delle Ferrovie dello Stato by Edoardo Morinot in English Common Knowledge9
Il gruppo 640.300: Locomotive con distribuzione Caprotti by Aldo Riccardinot in English Common Knowledge10
Lucera e il Treno by Piero Muscolinonot in English Common Knowledge11
Tramvie del Lazio. Storia dalle origini (Le) by Vittorio Formigarinot in English Common Knowledge12
I gruppi 741-743 FS: Locomotive sistema Franco Crosti by Aldo Riccardinot in English Common Knowledge13
La ferrovia da Verona a Monaco di Baviera: cronaca dei lavori del gruppo ferroviario internazionale Brenneraxe nel quadro del piano regolatore delle ferrovie europee, 1971-1975 by Edoardo Morinot in English Common Knowledge14
Le Ferrovie della Sicilia Sud-Orientale: Primo Aggiornamento by Piero Muscolinonot in English Common Knowledge15
Le Ferrovie e le Tramvie Biellesi by Marco Signorettonot in English Common Knowledge16
La metropolitana a Roma: notizie dalle origini e ricordi degli autori by Vittorio Formigarinot in English Common Knowledge17
Rotaie perdute: un itinerario su binari del passato by Vittorio Formigarinot in English Common Knowledge19
Ricordo quel binario: oltre un secolo di immagini ferrotramviarie del Piemonte by Alberto Cordaranot in English Common Knowledge20
Storia dei trasporti pubblici di Venezia - Mestre - Lido by Giampaolo Salbenot in English Common Knowledge21
Col tram da Firenze a Fiesole (Collana Storia dei trasporti pubblici) (Italian Edition) by Nicola Cefarattinot in English Common Knowledge30
Storia dei Trasporti Urbani di Bologna by Fabio Formentinnot in English Common Knowledge31
Un treno per Lucca: ferrovie e tranvie in Lucchesia, Valdinievole e Garfagnana, funicolare di Montecatini by Adriano Betti Carboncininot in English Common Knowledge32
Siena e il treno: Dalla strada ferrata centrale Toscana ai giorni nostri - ferrovie secondarie e industriali - filovie senesi by Adriano Betti Carboncininot in English Common Knowledge34
La Tramvia Milano-Gallarate (Italian Edition) by Guido Boreaninot in English Common Knowledge38
Un tram che si chiama Milano: Il tram tipo 1928 dalle origini ai giorni nostri : storia e tecnica by Guido Boreaninot in English Common Knowledge42
Storia dei trasporti urbani di Napoli e delle linee interurbane gestite dalla SATN, dalle tramvie di Capodimonte e dalle by Eduardo Beverenot in English Common Knowledge51
Tram e filobus a Roma: Storia dalle origini (Collana Storia dei trasporti pubblici) by Vittorio Formigarinot in English Common Knowledge53
123 anni di tram a Messina by Vittorio Formigarinot in English Common Knowledge57
Col tram da Firenze a Scandicci : piccola storia di un tramway antico che tornerà a vivere in veste moderna by Nicola Cefarattinot in English Common Knowledge64
Le ferrovie dolomitiche Ora-Predazzo e Chiusa-Plan by Piero Muscolinonot in English Common Knowledge70
Appunti, immagini, curiosità sui tram di Roma e del Lazio, Vol. 2 by Piero Muscolinonot in English Common Knowledge74
A Roma nei primi 60 anni dei tram elettrici by Piero Muscolinonot in English Common Knowledge80

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