An illustrated collection of essays about the various people, events, and experiments from Henry Fordas lifetime.Some 365 reinforced concrete arches spanned the tracks at 300-foot intervals and supported the trolley wires. Power for the ... By 1926, the DTaamp;J handled 4, 100 cars per day, compared with only 600 cars per day when it had passed into Forda#39;s hands six years earlier. At one ... And instead of a special steam train, flanged-wheel Model T sedans were used to carry track inspectors over the lines in comfort.
|Title||:||Friends, Families & Forays|
|Author||:||Ford R. Bryan|
|Publisher||:||Wayne State University Press - 2002-08-01|