William Bridges Adams

William Bridges Adams (1797 – 23 July 1872) was an English author, inventor and locomotive engineer. He is best known for his patented Adams axle — a successful radial axle design in use on railways in Britain until the end of steam traction in 1968 — and the railway fishplate. His writings, including ''English Pleasure Carriages'' (1837) and ''Roads and Rails'' (1862) covered all forms of land transport. Later he became a noted writer on political reform, under the pen name ''Junius Redivivus'' (Junius reborn); a reference to a political letter writer of the previous century. Provided by Wikipedia

by Adams, William Bridges
Published 1832
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Published 1822
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Published 1833
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