Re: Freight car trucks - bibliograph?


Merlyn Lauber
 

Brian,

You might check your local hobby shop as we have the Coal Car book in stock.

Merlyn Lauber
Caboose Stop Hobbies

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Brian,

Not sure where you are looking, Abe's used books had six or so new copies for sale yesterday, when I did the seach.

Paul Lyons

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> The chapter on trucks in Bob Karig's book on Coal Cars, published by the University of Chicago Press, is an indispensable guide to the development of truck technology. <

Richard,

A search of three major used book databases failed to discover a copy of this book for sale. However, I did discover new copies of two Karig books for sale via the U. of Chicago publications Web site. There, I found that the chapter on freight car trucks in the "Coal Cars" book runs to 48 pages.

My goal is to draw a number of transition-era trucks in 3D. May I ask you if Karig's book provides drawings, straight-on photos or other information about trucks I would find useful to achieve my goal?

Thanks much,

Brian

Brian Chapman
Evansdale, Iowa

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Martin Robert Karig III
Coal Cars
The First Three Hundred Years
400 pages, 608 halftones 8-1/2 x 11
Cloth $75.00

Martin Robert Karig III
Hard Coal and Coal Cars
Hauling Anthracite on the New York, Ontario & Western Railway
220 pages, 200 halftones 8-1/2 x 11 © 2006
Cloth $55.00

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