Cutaway Trains: Look inside machines to see how they workby Jon Richards, Ross Watton, Simon Tegg
Detailed full-color illustrations peel off the outer layers to reveal the complex technology within some of the fastest and most powerful trains in the world.
Kirkus ReviewsFuture engineers and conductors will enjoy this fun and fact-filled entry in the Cutaway series. Richards introduces the reader-friendly topic of trains, from early steam locomotives to high-speed bullets. Eye-catching, full-color spreads that show cross-sections of train cars reveal the workings of different kinds of engines, as well as the varying degrees of luxury their passenger cars offer. Readers learn that the background of such legendary choo-choos as "the flying Scotsman," and "the Big Boy. `' Equally fascinating is the information presented on MagLevs, now in use in Europe and Japan. (glossary, index) (Picture book. 7-11) .
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