## The Field Engineer: a Handy Book of Practice in the Survey, Location, and Track-work of Railroads: Containing a Large Collection of Rules and Tables, Original and Selected, Applicable to Both the Standard and the Narrow Gauge, and Prepared with Special Reference to the Wants of the Young Engineer |

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