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Two excellent guides to New York's subway history offer very different approaches and insights into the building of the subways. The centennial edition of Clifton Hood's classic treatise A scholarly legal publication containing all the law relating to a particular area, such as Criminal Law or Land-Use Control.
Lawyers commonly use treatises in order to review the law and update their knowledge of pertinent case decisions and statutes. 722 Miles: The Building Of The Subways And How They Transformed New York New York, state, United States
New York, Middle Atlantic state of the United States. It is bordered by Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and the Atlantic Ocean (E), New Jersey and Pennsylvania (S), Lakes Erie and Ontario and the Canadian province of (0801880548, $18.95) tells of how the building of the subways changed New York. At one time in history the 22 miles from New York's City Hall to Lenox Avenue was considered a remarkable engineering fete; but by the 1940s New York's subway system had grown to 722 miles. This process was to change New York, and Clifton Hood reveals the story of the subway system's growth on its centennial, adding a new foreword fore·word
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Noun 1. explaining the modern importance of reflecting on the system's achievement. Even more compelling is Gene Sansone's New York Subways: An Illustrated History of New York
New York, the "Empire State" has been at the center of American politics, finance, industry, transportation and culture since it was created City's Transit Cars (0801879221, $49.95), providing an illustrated history of New York City's subway cars. Packed with vintage black and white photos throughout, NEW YORK SUBWAYS is no general coverage, but covers virtually every type of car in detail, providing a brief history of its design, service, construction, and costs. This is THE definitive guide for that in-depth transit student or enthusiast who wants every detail; not just a casual overview.