The Evolution of the Locomotive Engine. By Theodore West (late chief draughtsman N. E. R. Loco Works, Darlington,
England) William Dresser & Sons, 1904. These original plates form a starting point for you collection, a handy index. I have selected 10 more engines and wagons, some fully detailed and coloured. Each CD will contain approximately 600 MB, plenty of detail so you could print each of 59 locomotives, including a few carriages. Part of a world history series on railway engines and wagons. A wonderful gift for anyone who likes railway history The CD contains 59 high resolution images in .tif format with LZW compression. This is a standard graphics format and readable in by most graphics programs and certainly the kind of programs used by a print shop. Each image is about 12MB in size and is designed to produce an A4 size image at the resolution of 400 DPI.