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Railcar Inspection Guide (RIG) March 2004 by National Terrorism Preparedness Institute (U.S.)

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Published by Technical Support Working Group .
Written in English


  • Political Freedom & Security - Terrorism,
  • Railroads - General,
  • Transportation / Railroads / General,
  • Transportation

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages134
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10117203M
ISBN 10016073200X
ISBN 109780160732003

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