Railway and Seaport Freight Movement: with examples of British and American Practice

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STUDENTS of that department of transport which is specially associated with the transfer and handling of goods at ports between rail and ship will find Mr. Bulkeley's manual an interesting and informative review of the conditions, written from the point of view of the man who is in charge of operations. It is full of practical hints gleaned from a long experience in railway and dock work, and should prove a serviceable guide, particularly to beginners. It is, in fact, designed as a textbook covering elementary principles, as well as being explanatory of the more complex features of port traffic organisation and operation.

Railway and Seaport Freight Movement: with examples of British and American Practice.

By George Bulkeley. Pp. xiv + 222. (London: Crosby Lockwood and Son, 1929.) 28s. net.

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