Railways are trying to figure out how to move more people across the country faster.
The Lad Bible is the latest in a line of books to have been published about the railways.
They range from the historical to the contemporary, from the personal to the professional, but all are written with a special focus on the journey.
The book was published on Thursday by the National Book Award-winning publisher, the New York Public Library, and the publisher said it will be available for free online for two weeks.
The books are called The Lad in the New World and The Lad on the Railroad, which will appear online from Friday.
The first of the books, The Lad, is a collection of letters between two Lad brothers.
They tell of how their family came to be in a small station at the edge of the city.
The Lad brothers have travelled to and from New York to help their family get by.
They have been to the United States on trains, but not to the rail hub at New York Central, the biggest in the world.
The second book, The Last Train, is the family’s story, written by the Lad himself.
The book is based on the Lad’s memoirs.
The first Lad book, written in 1894, is called A Lad’s Journey in America, a book that the Lad says was the beginning of his journey into American life.
The new book will be a compilation of letters, stories and experiences that took place between the two Lad families during the 18th and 19th centuries.
“The Lad in New York is an essential book for anyone who wants to understand and appreciate what it was like to live in the great American cities of the past,” said Jill Dannemeyer, chief executive of the National Library of America.
The two Lad books will also be available to purchase at a special auction on April 17.
The sale is part of the Library’s centennial celebration, The Library’s Centennial in the Twenty-First Century.
“It is an opportunity for people to discover the history of the library in an intimate way,” said Dannepryer.
“They can actually learn something about how this important institution grew, and how it changed.”
The Library is planning an exhibition of the Lad books and other items from the Centennial, starting April 19.
It will be led by New York’s Richard E. Sargent, the Library said in a news release.