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List of Contents of Frederick A. Talbot’s “Railway Wonders of the World” (1913)


Frederick Talbot’s Railway Wonders of the World was published in two volumes by Cassells in 1913. This page lists relevant articles from his book that have been reproduced on this website. These articles complement the content of Clarence Winchester’s Railway Wonders of the World part work (1935-36), for which there is a separate list of contents, along with a contents list for Frederick Talbot’s Railways of the World (1923).


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Please note that this is a select list. This website does not reproduce the entire content of the 1913 edition of Railway Wonders of the World.

A

Articulated Locomotive, A New and Novel

“Atlantic City Flyer”


B

Beyer-Garratt Locomotive


C

The Canadian Pacific Railway - 1

The Canadian Pacific Railway - 2

Conquest of Death Valley


D

Death Valley, The Conquest of


E

Experimental “Pacific” Locomotive


F

“Fairlie” Double-ended Locomotive

Florida East Coast Railway

Famous Expresses - 1

Famous Expresses - 2

Famous Expresses - 3

Famous Expresses - 4

The First Mountain Railway

Forth Bridge


G

Grand Trunk Railway

Great Western Railway


K

Key West Extension Railway


L

Locomotive Giants 1

Locomotive Giants 2

Locomotive Giants 3

Locomotive Giants 4

Locomotive Giants 5

The London & North Western Railway


M

The Midland Railway

The Mont Cenis Railway


N

New and Novel Articulated Locomotive


O

The Opening-up of Canada


P

The Peking-Kalgan Railway


R

Railway Which Goes to Sea


S

“Southern Belle”

The Shay Geared Locomotive


T

Tonopah and Tidewater Railway

Two Famous Sixty-Minute “Flyers”


W

The Waverley Way to the North

A Wonderful Chinese Railway (Peking-Kalgan)

The World’s Most Famous Railway