3 edition of Background information on the railroads of western Europe and Japan found in the catalog.
Background information on the railroads of western Europe and Japan
by Library of Congress, Congressional Research Service in [Washington, DC]
Written in English
|Other titles||Railroads and state|
|Statement||by John W. Fischer, Analyst in Transportation|
|Series||Major studies and issue briefs of the Congressional Research Service -- 1979-80, reel 5, fr. 0898|
|Contributions||Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||25|
Map of A sketch map from of Europe showing the railway network of the region at the time. The relationship between the manufacturing districts of Europe and the railroads can be seen, as well as the mountain barriers and mountain passes. The development of the Japanese railway network commenced shortly after the country opened its borders to formal international contact after a shogunate-imposed isolation of about years, and was initiated (along with many other changes to Japanese society at the time) so that Japan could achieve rapid modernization.. Though rail transport had been known through limited .
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From the revolution of the ste. Japan - Japan - Railways: Railways play an extremely important role in passenger travel, though they continue to give way to competition especially from road transport but also from air travel. The first Japanese rail line was financed by the British and built by British engineers.
Although there was strong opposition to its construction, because many opposed the expansion of. According to historian Mike Del Vecchio's book, "Railroads Across America," the very first railroad-like operation was opened in England during which used wooden rails, with wooden cross-ties (or "sleepers") for lateral support, to haul coal.
The first known implementation of iron rails occurred at Whitehaven, Cumberland infollowed. The phrases "Wild West", "How the West was won" and "Go West, young man" are placed in context (as is "Cowboys and Indians"). The book also highlights the many safety hazards involved in nineteenth century rail travel.
The train Reviews: Settled by migrants from the Asian mainland back in the mists of prehistory, Japan has seen the rise and fall of emperors, rule by samurai warriors, isolation from the outside world, expansion over most of Asia, defeat, and of the most war-like of nations in the early 20th century, Japan today often serves as a voice of pacifism and restraint on the.
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Lately I've been reading a book about railroading in the Victorian UK, and that prompted me to think about this subject. There is plenty of ready information available on the beginning of the railways in Britain; likewise in the USA, where the birth of the Transcontinental Railway was one of the great accomplishments of the 19th Century.
Golovnin's book, Captivity in Japan During the Years,was widely read by Europeans. Khlebnikov's mémoires left unpublished. Philipp Franz von Siebold (, Netherlands/Germany) A German physician, botanist in Dutch service at Dejima who brought Western medicine to Japan.
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This page paperback is a classic telling the story of western railroads until the arrival of the Interstate Commerce Commission. Eastern railroads built mostly through populated territory and had immediate traffic. Western railroads built through uninhabited territory. They were pioneer railroads with few prospects of quick s: 2.
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In comparison to the "Great War," railroads were far better prepared for World War II's traffic onslaught. In Don DeNevi published a wonderful book entitled, "America's Fighting Railroads: A World War II Pictorial History." In over pages he provides an in-depth look at just how vital they were to the war effort through numerous statistics, detailed text, and historic.
The North, on the other hand, quickly created the United States Military Railroad to expropriate and operate any railroad it needed. The Union Army appointed Daniel C. McCallum and Herman Haupt as ranking officers, giving them extraordinary powers to provide railroad support for northern troops.
Throughout the war, opposing forces recognized the tactical advantages of. Western European Railroads In the mids, railroad technology spread from its birthplace in Britain to continental Europe.
Belgium enthusiastically adopted steam locomotion as a means to cement its fledgling nationhood. - Selection from The Iron Road [Book].During the s and s, the Western Region was undergoing change in both trains and equipment.
On passenger services High Speed Trains worked alongside loco-hauled passenger trains and first generation DMUs, while in the world of freight the last of the traditional vacuum-braked wagon load trains lingered into the s to be replaced by the newly introduced.
"Early Japanese Railways " is a cultural and engineering history of railway building in Japan during the later part of the Meiji era. The 19th century was the first modern age of sustained, comprehensive contact between Asia and the West.
This book describes the history of Japanese social adaptation to railway development, with many Reviews: