British Industrial History
The Engineer 1866/12/21
From Graces Guide
1866 December 21st PDF
- Bovill versus Goodier, p 481 and p 498..
- Early History of the Locomotive, by Samuel Smiles, No. 2, p 482.
- Editorial, p 493.
- Steel Ships.
- Mr. Reed on Armour Plated Ships.
- The Sheathing of the Bottoms of Iron Vessels.
- Railways in Russia.
- Expanding Tube Tightener as used on some German Lines, p 496. (Illustrated)
- Express Passenger Engine, designed by T. W. Rumble, p 485 and p 492. (Illustrated)
- Fogg's Mercurial Pressure Gauge, p 488. (Illustrated)
- Gordon'd Blast, Combined with an Exhaust Fan, p 484. (Illustrated)
- Head, Ashby and Co's Armour Plate Bolt, p 488. (Illustrated)
- Hydrostatic Cotton Press and Baling Apparatus, p 496 and p 497. (Illustrated)
- Improved Twin-Screw Engines and Boilers for one of H.M.S Launches, Maudslay, Sons and Field, Engineers, p 484. (Illustrated)
- Letters to the Editor, p 490 and p 493..
- Meteorological Department of the Royal Observatory at Greenwich, Part.1, p 491.
- Mr. Bazalgette on the Ventilation of Sewers, p 499.
- Windmill Croft Tidal Basin, Glasgow, p 489 and p 490. (Illustrated
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