Tourist Trains Guidebook, Seventh Edition describes 500 of the most popular train attractions, museums, and railroad vacation destinations in the U.S. and Canada. A unique travel guide that appeals to train enthusiasts, individuals interested in historic trains and sites, and families looking for kid-friendly vacations.
Charting the 130-years from the arrival of horseless carriages to the advent of driverless vehicles, celebrate the automobile and the romance of the open road.
Through Dennis A. Livesey's camera lens, readers will experience the thrill of the steam railroad, a transportation system that dominated the USA for over 100 years and helped build a nation.
Packed full of wise, witty, and edgy quotes on motorcycles and the people who ride them, here celebrities, literary giants, and athletes offer memorable comments on what they ride, where they ride, how fast they ride—and, most importantly, why they ride.
There’s no getting around the allure of motorcycles.
A fascinating journey through the history of the railroad, packed with first-hand accounts of innovation, triumph, and tragedy.
Tractor showcases the complete history of farm machinery — from steam and vintage tractors to the latest combine harvesters — and includes 2 collectible prints.
Packed with images and tractor data on more than 200 iconic machines, DK's Tractor explores the entire range of tractors and farming machines from around the world.
This collection of stories profiling one hundred beautiful vehicles (and their owners) is the ultimate gift book for car lovers.
New York Times best-selling author and popular Wall Street Journal "My Ride" columnist A.J. Baime selects the one hundred cars, motorcycles, and other vehicles to fill the dream garage.
One of the most amazing feats of modern life is the frequency with which airplanes safely take off and land: about 40,000 times a day in the United States alone. Commercial aviation is by far the safest mode of transportation and is becoming safer all the time.
Historic North American Locomotives traces the historic development of North American locomotives from the early 1800s through today. Considered a photographic book with the look and feel of fine art, 100 locomotives are profiled using descriptive text and richly detailed and colored photographic imagery. A well-researched introduction provides the reader with a historical perspective.
"There's something about motorcycles, and the lure of freedom and the open road that they promise. If you've ever wanted to take a motorcycling holiday, you've been before and are looking for new ideas for places to go, or you just want to do something completely different, then this book will inspire you.
If you are one of the millions of airline passengers who take to the air daily and have no idea how an airplane flies or how it is flown - but would like to find out - then How Airliners Fly is for you. It is written by an airline pilot who knows from first-hand experience those questions that are asked most frequently.$25.00ISBN: 9780754834397Availability: Click Title for IN STOCK LocationPublished: Lorenz Books - September 4th, 2018
From the early years of steam power to today's awe inspiring high-speed passenger trains, this book spans nearly two centuries of locomotive history.