Murray Leinster's 1934 novella classic "Sidewise in Time" has apparently more or less disappeared from the earth (7 GR ratings). Maybe that's ironically appropriate, as the work takes as it's start point a "time quake", in so many words, where different pieces of alternate earths end up parked next to each other--- thus, roman legions attack a early dodge at one point, and Vikings in north america might meet Chinese berry pickers in another. The result is obviously lots of cinematic like scenes, and a lot of Sci-fi writers pay homage to this work.
This work is apparently off copyright now, so the Internet should have a copy. SF classic, soon to be 80 years old