Car Builders' Cyclopedia of American Practice
Definitions and typical illustrations of railroads and industrial cars, their parts and equipment; cars built in America for export to foreign countries; descriptions and illustrations of shops and equipment employed in the construction and repair of cars.
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arch-bar attached axle bearing Bell-cord Berth Berth-latch body Body-bolster bolster Bolster-spring bolt brace bracket Brake-beam Brake-block brake-cylinder Brake-hanger Brake-lever Brake-shaft brake-shoe buffer-spring burner called car-body Car-Builders Car-door car-seat Carline cast cast-iron centre Centre-plate connected Coupling-pin cylinder Deck Deck-sash door Draw-spring Draw-timber drawbar end-sill English fastened Feed-door flange floor frame freight cars gauge Gouge heater hand-car hanger hinge hook horizontal inside iron Janney coupler journal-bearing Journal-box lamp lever lock lower metal Miller Names passenger cars Pennsylvania Railroad pile-driver car Pintsch gas pipe Piston pivot plate platform Queen-post rail Railroad Ratchet-wheel refrigerator car roof sash Sash-lock screw seat seat-arm seat-back seat-end Section shown in Figs side Side-bearing sills sleeping cars sometimes spiral spring spring-plank Standard steam stove street cars Swing-hanger term tie-rod timber Transom Triple-valve truck Truck-bolster truss truss-rod upper usually vacuum brake valve Ventilator washer Westinghouse brake wheel window Window-blind wrought-iron