[Transportation]. Solomon, Brian.
Railroad Stations (Great Architecture).
Quarto, pp. 120. Indexed, profusely illustrated with color photographs.
An architectural history of these remarkable buildings, designed to showcase the cities' prosperity and culture. The author discusses examples of grand railway stations from around the world, from Grand Central Station in New York to Tokyo's Main Railroad Station, and the development and impact of rail transportation on the modern world.
Edition: First edition
Condition: Very Good in Very Good DJ
Book Id: 13702