Two Female Authors Re-Present the History and Story of Trains

johnewordslinger:

Hmm, I call it good growth-

Originally posted on Fast Trains:

Among the books out there written about trains, Fast Trains: America’s High Speed Future stand out for many reasons.  Namely, men mostly write books on trains. In this case, two female authors daringly re-present the history and story of trains via their book Fast Trains: America’s High Speed Future.

But their boldness to author a book on trains is not surprising.

Author Emy Louie dedicates herself to the concepts of sustainable urban planning and transportation as the US High Speed Rail Association Director of Public Outreach and continuing education instructor for architects and engineers. An architect herself, she constantly looks for ways to build and design cities in a more sustainable manner.  To her, high-speed rail is an imminent and achievable dream.  She wants the American public to see and experience this dream in the way that she does.

Co-author Nancy Bolts grew up in a family in Kansas deeply rooted…

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One Response to “Two Female Authors Re-Present the History and Story of Trains”

  1. Trains,trains and more trains, eh?

Thank you, much appreciated, WS

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