What is a railroad detective?
Plailnclothes security men employed by Railroads and transit authorities ( such as the MTA for subway cops- some of them are uniformed. In former Soviet Union there is a transportation security division of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and these operate undercover on all public transit, especially railways. They are almost the equivalent of KGB officers but have the transit beat. On low-priority assignments, they pack old gas-seal revolvers ( .32 Moisin-Nagant) on the more important tasks they use modern automatics as to KGB men.
Probably because Pinkerton had experience in policing and detective work. Pinkerton was the first police detective in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois. In 1850, formed the North-Western Police Agency, which later became Pinkerton & Co, and finally Pinkerton National Detective Agency. Pinkerton's agency solved a series of train robberies during the 1850s, and was through these that Pinkerton came into contact with George McClellan, who was the Chief Engineer and Vice President of the Illinois Central…
Detective novels have a detective or someone who is trying to solve a crime like a detective. Suspense novels just have cliff hangers and an air of mystery. Basically, detective novels can be suspense novels if they are suspenseful. Suspense novels can be detective novels if they have a detective or someone solving a mystery.
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The transcontinental railroad was built by the Union Pacific Railroad going west from Omaha, Nebraska. They built their part of the railroad to Promontory, Utah. The Central Pacific Railroad built the other part of the transcontinental railroad starting in Sacramento, California and built east meeting the Union Pacific Railroad.