2 edition of French railroads and the state found in the catalog.
French railroads and the state
Kimon Apostolus Doukas
in New York
Written in English
|Statement||by Kimon Apostolus Doukas ...|
|LC Classifications||HE3067 .D68 1945a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., 5-287 p., 1 l. incl. tables.|
|Number of Pages||287|
|LC Control Number||a 46003838|
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See search results for this author. Are you an author. Author: Kimon Apostolus Doukas. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Issued also as the author's thesis, Columbia University, Reprint of the ed. published by Columbia University Press, New York, which was issued as no.
of Studies in history, economics, and public law. The French Railroads and the State. Columbia University Press, Dunham, Arthur. “How the First French Railways Were Planned.” Journal of Economic History.
() 1#1, pp. 12–25 in JSTOR; Dunham, Arthur L. The Industrial Revolution in France, (). ppa scholarly history; Hadley, Arthur Twining. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Doukas, Kimon Apostolus, French railroads and the state. New York, Columbia University Press; London, P.S. King.
SNCF Group Business profiles and performance, SNCF history, and more Itinerary & booking Your door-to-door itinerary, timetables, booking, and real-time traffic updates Our passenger offer Trains, passenger services, cards & fares, and sustainable mobility. Rail transport in France is marked by a clear predominance of passenger traffic, driven in particular by high-speed SNCF, the national state-owned railway company, operates most of the passenger and freight services on the national network managed by its subsidiary SNCF Réseau.
France currently operates the second-largest European railway network, with a total of 29, kilometres of Highest elevation: 1,m (Yellow Train).
The privately-operated French Northern paid taxes of 28 million francs and rent of 41 million, with 31 million francs remaining as profit. Yet, the Belgian state railway, which paid neither rent nor taxes, operated at a loss.
Not until was the campaign to nationalize all French railroads completed. Railroads of Hoboken and Jersey City tells the history of the railroads between the mids and the s. It also explores how the once vibrant waterfronts of Hoboken and Jersey City went through tremendous decline and how, over time, the waterfront has been restored and redeveloped/5(4).
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The French Railroads and the State. By Kimon A. Doukas. [Studies in History, Economics and Public Law No. ] New York: Columbia University Press, Pp. $ With over two hundred historical photographs, Railroads of Hoboken and Jersey City explores the cultural and commercial effects of railway travel in two important New Jersey cities.
Because of their unique location directly across the Hudson River from Manhattan, Hoboken and Jersey City have long been centers of transportation activity.
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Philipp, contrib. by Edgar T. Wheelock (multiple formats at ). Raoul Dautry (), head of the French State Railway System,considered himself morally and socially responsible for his employees.
His efforts to provide welfare, educational, and social services was the most important management effort to improve labor relations in France.
Thousands of people streamed through these terminals every day to the ferries that then took them across the river to New York City. Additionally, tons of freight were brought through the vast train yards along the waterfront.
Railroads of Hoboken and Jersey City tells the history of the railroads between the mids and the s. The book of the great railway celebrations of ; embracing a full account of the opening of the Ohio & Mississippi, and the Marietta & Cincinnati railroads, and the Northwestern Virginia branch of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad, with an account of the subsequent.
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This charming island also boasts some of the most impressive heritage railroads found anywhere in the British Isles, not to mention the historic horse-drawn trams. On an annual basis, the rail system moves million gross tons of freight over 10 freight railroads that operate in the state, million intercity rail passengers over the NEC lines owned and operated by Amtrak, and 20 million commuter rail passengers.Hawaiian railroads have a history that is a bit complex due to the fact that most of the islands had some type of railroad operating on them at one time or another.
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