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Dead medium: Freight Tube Bibliography
From: (Brett Shand)

(((bruces remarks: Messrs. Vance and Mills saw fit to include a useful set of references in their article.)))

William Vandersteel. The Future of Our Transportation Infrastructure,
Ampower Corporation, North Bergen, N.J., 1993.

Masaki Koshi. "An Automated Underground Tube Network for Urban Goods Transport,"
Journal of International Association of Traffic and Safety Sciences, Vol. 16, No. 2, 1992.

R. Livesey. "Blown Freight Is a Lovely Change From Road and Rail,"
The Engineer, London, England, Oct. 28, 1971.

"Im N chsten Jahrtausend in 57 Minuten von Genf nach Zurich,"
Der Bund, Sonderbeilage, Bern, Switzerland, Sep. 8, 1992.

"Vacuum Technology Weighed for Swiss Maglev Proposal,"
MAGLEV News, Vol. 1, No. 15, May 17, 1993.

"AIRAPID Capsule-Tube Transport System,"
promotional brochure of Nippon Steel Corp., Daifuku Machinery Works Ltd., Chiyoda-Ku, Tokyo, Japan, undated.

"The Capsule Liner,"
promotional brochure of Plant Engineer Division of Sumitomo Metal Ind. Ltd., Chiyoda-Ku, Tokyo, Japan.

"TRANSPROGRESS Systems for Pipeline Pneumatic Container Freight Transportation,"
promotional brochure of Licinsintorg, Moscow, Russia, 1986.

I. Zandi, W.B. Allen, E.K. Morlok, K. Gimm, T. Plaut, and J. Warner. Transport of Solid Commodities via Freight Pipeline,
Department of Civil and Urban Engineering, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa., published in five volumes for the Department of Transportation,
Publication No. DOT-TST-76T-35 through DOT-TST-76T-39, July 1976.

Eric Rath. Container Systems,
John Wiley & Sons Inc., 1973.

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