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He'll Never Stop That Train In Time: The Evolution of the Triple Valve and Development of Railway Air Braking - An Australasian Perspective (edition 2019)

by Fergus Moffat (Author)

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He'll Never Stop That Train In Time is a descriptive summary that illuminates the development of railway air braking and its global evolution from inception to the present day, including the disruptive new technologies of Distributed Power and ECP. As well as being an historical account of the creation of railway air braking, the book explores the incremental development of associated railcar operating and locomotive engineer's brake valves, and how these devices have been applied.With 442 pages and 300 illustrations, this is a plenary work of thorough research containing exhaustive information about equipment in particular and the subject area in general, comprising unabridged facts and history never previously collated in a volume of this scope. The reader will be surprised by what they find in this volume.The Foreword is by eminent railway consulting engineer David Ferris, whose Australian and international expertise in railway technical management endorses and validates this inclusive work. The book contains crucial complementary footnotes and a comprehensive Table of Contents.He'll Never Stop That Train In Time is offered to serious, consummate followers of railway operations - especially those with a desire for historical and technical detail. It is recommended reading for both the enthusiastic railroader and the railroad enthusiast.… (more)
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Title:He'll Never Stop That Train In Time: The Evolution of the Triple Valve and Development of Railway Air Braking - An Australasian Perspective
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He'll Never Stop That Train In Time is a descriptive summary that illuminates the development of railway air braking and its global evolution from inception to the present day, including the disruptive new technologies of Distributed Power and ECP. As well as being an historical account of the creation of railway air braking, the book explores the incremental development of associated railcar operating and locomotive engineer's brake valves, and how these devices have been applied.With 442 pages and 300 illustrations, this is a plenary work of thorough research containing exhaustive information about equipment in particular and the subject area in general, comprising unabridged facts and history never previously collated in a volume of this scope. The reader will be surprised by what they find in this volume.The Foreword is by eminent railway consulting engineer David Ferris, whose Australian and international expertise in railway technical management endorses and validates this inclusive work. The book contains crucial complementary footnotes and a comprehensive Table of Contents.He'll Never Stop That Train In Time is offered to serious, consummate followers of railway operations - especially those with a desire for historical and technical detail. It is recommended reading for both the enthusiastic railroader and the railroad enthusiast.

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