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5+ [Hand Picked] Popular Books On Steam Trains

Discover the list of some best books written on Steam Trains by popular award winning authors. These book on topic Steam Trains highly popular among the readers worldwide.

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Toc Toc The Clockwork Engine (The Engine Series Book 3) by Ian Shimwell

Toc Toc is a clockwork engine who holds the secret to the tick and the tock. Little Titch, Gideon and Minnie Millie come to the Clockwork Village with a cog, spindle and wheel to fix the Great Clock. But what lies behind the towering clock face? And why, for a clockwork village, is there neither a tick nor a tock..?

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Gideon The Kind Engine (The Engine Series Book 2) by Ian Shimwell

Gideon is a big, kind engine with a huge crane arm. But when he meets an even bigger engine, Massive Mandy - she is always very rude to him. With the help of his friends, can Gideon somehow find the softer side of the bad-tempered engine..?

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Little Titch The Small Engine (The Engine Series Book 1) by Ian Shimwell

Say hello to Little Titch, the small engine with a big heart. Little Titch feels very small next to his good friend, the kind and very big engine, Gideon. But when Gideon forgets something important, it's up to the littlest of little engines to save the day...

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The Last Train by Kim Lewis

The trains that used to run by the old farm are long since gone, but Sarah and James like to imagine them roaring by. All of a sudden, here comes a train! Is it real--or a roaring phantom? Full color.

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All Aboard!: A True Train Story by Susan Kuklin

All aboard as we travel through the Colorado wilderness on the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad with this bright, bold, and exciting picture book about steam engines. Founded by the Denver & Rio Grande Railway in 1880, the Durango & Silverton Railroad was used originally to haul silver and gold from the San Juan Mountains. Through the years, this railro All aboard as we travel through the Colorado wilderness on the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad with this bright, bold, and exciting picture book about steam engines. Founded by the Denver & Rio Grande Railway in 1880, the Durango & Silverton Railroad was used originally to haul silver and gold from the San Juan Mountains. Through the years, this railroad has established a unique history. During WW II its equipment was used to process uranium for use in the war, and in the 1960's it was used as a sight for several Hollywood movies, including Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. In TRAINS, Kuklin captures the life of these old steam engines with extraordinary photographs and engaging text. She offers informative descriptions about the history of the

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