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The Engineer 1891 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.

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List of Names

  • ACKROYD, Willoughby, Smoke Preventer and Fuel Economiser, The, 395
  • Acme Electric Works, The, The Teague Electricity Meter, 493
  • Adams and Co., Messrs., Stamped Steel Axle- box, 161
  • Agra Waterworks, Ground Plan of Pumping Station, 55
  • Aird, Mr. J., “Doubly Secure” Tube Joint, 426
  • Alexander, Mr. W. B., Phillip’s Check Chamber, 387
  • Allen and Co., Messrs. W. H., Electric Lighting Machinery, Royal Naval Exhibition, 485
  • Allen and Co., Messrs. W. H., Engines of- the Open Type required by the Admiralty Regulations, Royal Naval Exhibition, 479
  • Ansaldo and Co., Messrs. G., Engines of 6000 Indicated Horse-power for s.s. “Sirio,” “Orione,” and “Perseo” (Supplement April 3rd and May 29th, 1891), 280, 281, 422
  • Ansaldo and Co., Messrs., Rudder Frame of the Italian Warship “Sardegna,” 242
  • Ansaldo and Co., Messrs. G., Sampierdarena, Italy, Boiler Making Shop*, 246
  • Ansaldo and Co., Messrs. G., Six-wheel Coupled Locomotive for the Mediterranean Railway, 205
  • Anti-friction Conveyor and Grinding Machinery Company, Ball Mill Grinding Plant for South Africa, 204
  • Anti-friction Conveyor and Grinding Machinery Company, New Edge Runner Grinding Mill, 36
  • Argentine Government, Torpedo Gunboats, the “Rosales ” and the “Espora,” for the, Messrs. Laird Brothers, 3
  • Argentine Great Western Railway, Compound Locomotive Burning Liquid Fuel, Messrs. Beyer, Peacock, and Co., 390
  • Armtield, Messrs. J. J., Empire Turbine, 36
  • Armstrong, Sir W. G., The Elswick Gallery, Naval Exhibition, 342
  • Austrian Steam Fire Engine, Mr. William E. Thursfield, 3
  • BALDWIN Locomotive Works, The, Ten-Wheel Tank Engine, 319, 421
  • Baltic and North Sea, Canal to Connect the, 453
  • Beetaloo Waterworks, Concrete Dam, Mr. A. B. Moncrieff, 362, 366
  • Beiliss and Co., Messrs., Air Compressor, Naval Exhibition, Fig. 1, 383
  • Beiliss and Co., Messrs., Combined Engine and Dynamo (Fig. 3), Naval Exhibition, 383
  • Belpaire Type of Boiler, Novel Fire-box adapted to the, 367
  • Betteley, Mr., Spring Frame Bicycle, 133
  • Beyer, Peacock, and Co., Messrs., Argentine Great Western Railway, Compound Locomotive Burning Liquid Fuel, 390
  • Bickle and Co., Messrs., Pelton Wheel, 170
  • Birmingham Water Supply District, Map of, 295
  • Boardman’s Electric Sun Lamp, Royal Naval Exhibition, 479
  • Bollinckx, M. H.,' Details of Horizontal Corliss Engine (Supplement, January 15th, 1891), 48
  • Bombay, The Sun Cotton Mill, Messrs. Musgrave and Co., 261, 264
  • Bower, Anthony S., Stresses in Crane Posts (Diagrams), 127
  • Boyeur, M. Lbon, Crueize Viaduct, Marjevois Southern of France Railway, 441, 442
  • Bradley, Compound Differential Pumping Engine, Messrs. Hathorn, Davey, and Co. (Supplement, January 23rd, 1891), 74
  • Bristol’s Recording Pressure Gauge, 73
  • Britannia Company, The, the Sensitive Drilling Machine, 180
  • Broadwood and Sons, Steel Frames used by Messrs., made by Messrs. Davey, Paxman, and Co., 56
  • Brown’s Plate, Ochta, St. Petersburg (Fig. 1), 29
  • Buenos Ayres, Great Central Produce Market, 444, 452
  • Buenos Ayres and Ensenado Port Railway Rolling Stock, Mr. Edw. Woods, 141, 142
  • Burrell and Sons, Messrs. Charles, 10-ton Compound Steam Road Roller, 367
  • Burton Cycle Syndicate, The, Bicycle, 133
  • CALEDONIAN Engine, No. 123, August 9th, 1888, Diagram Illustrating Performance of, 201
  • Campbell-Swinton, Mr. A. A., Electric Lighting Plant, Messrs. Drake and Gorham, 375
  • Canet Quick-fire Gun, The, 468
  • Cape Mail s.s. “Scot,” 439
  • Champion Rock Borer and Air Compressor Company, Air Compressor, 481
  • Chanstangla Interchangeable Gauge Gland, Mr. Johnson, 351
  • “Charleston,” U.S. Twin-screw Steel Cruiser, Union Ironworks, San Francisco, 405
  • City and South London Electric Railway, The, View of Interior of Generating Station, 182
  • City and South London Electric Railway, The, Vertical Compound Engines, Messrs. John Fowler and Co., 183
  • Clayton and Shuttleworth, Messrs., Compound Horizontal Engine, 205
  • Clayton and Shuttleworth, Messrs., Traction Engine, Royal Agricultural Show, 507
  • Collian-Yorks, Stresses in Crane Posts (Diagrams), 127
  • Congo, Stern-wheel Steamer for the, Messrs. Yarrow and Co., 318
  • Cooke, Mr. E. C., Laying a Submerged Water Main, 6
  • Corliss Engine, Details of Horizontal, M. H. Bollinckx (Supplement, January 15th, 1891), 48
  • Corliss Engines, Triple-expansion, Messrs. John Musgrave and Sons, 208, 243
  • Corliss Mill Engine, Compound, Messrs. John Musgrave and Sons, 208, 243
  • Coultas Finishing Thrashing Machine, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 505
  • Cousins, Mr. G., “Sea Breeze” Spring Frame Bicycle, 133
  • Crueize Viaduct, Marjevois, Southern of France Railway, Al. Lbon Boyeur, 441, 442
  • Crystal Palace Photographic Exhibition, 351
  • C. W. K., a Novel Fire-box, 367
  • DAVEY, Paxman, and Co., Messrs., Tests of Mild Steel used in Pianoforte Frames, 56
  • Davis and Stokes’ Safety Commutator, 212
  • Denny and Bros, Messrs. W., Shipbuilding Yard at Dumbarton (Supplement, February 27th, 1891)
  • Dickenson’s Radial Camera, Messrs. Marion and Co., 170
  • Dolcoath Mine, Air Compressor, the Champion Rock Borer and Air Compressor Company, 481
  • Doncaster, Royal Agricultural Society’s Thrashing Machine Trials, Trial Shed, 505
  • Drake and Gorham, Messrs., Electric Lighting- Plant, Mr. A. A. Campbell-Swinton, 375
  • Dumbarton, Shipbuilding Yard at (Supplement, February 27th, 1891)
  • Duncan, Stewart, and Co., Messrs., Rolling Mill Engines, Parkhead Mills, 370
  • EARLE’S Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Triple - expansion Engines, H.M.S. “Philomel” and “Pearl,” 448, 465, 466
  • Easton and Anderson’s Mounting, II. M.S. “Rupert,” 322
  • “Edie,” Composite Bull Metal Yacht, Mr. Douglas Stone, 64
  • Eddystone Lighthouse, Naval Exhibition, The, 288
  • Eddystone Lighthouse Lamp, Royal Naval Exhibition (Fig. 3), 501
  • Elmore Copper Tube Depositing Tank, The, 178
  • Elswick Gallery, The, Naval Exhibition, 342
  • Elswick Mountings, H.M.S. “Thunderer,” 325
  • Elswick Pneumatic Gun Mounting, Naval Exhibition, 346
  • Empire Turbine, Messrs. J. J. Armfield, 36
  • “Eureka” Shield, The Auto-lubricating Axle-box with, 472
  • FAIRFIELD Shipbuilding and Engineering Works, Govan, N.B., 408
  • Fairfield Shipyard, The, 446
  • Faraday Centenary, The Lecture Table at the Royal Institution, 515
  • Fawcett, Preston, and Co., Messrs., Quadrupleeffect Evaporator, 277
  • Ferranti Steam Pipe, The, 202
  • Fielding and Platt, Messrs., Compound Dup’ex Pumping Engines, 461
  • FitzGerald, Mr. M. F., Screw Propellers, Diagram, 317
  • Foden and Sons, Messrs., Finishing Thrashing Machines, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 505
  • Fowler and Co., Messrs. John, Vertical Compound Engines, City and South London Electric Railway, 183
  • Frager Electricity Meter, The, 431
  • Frager Water Meter, The, 327
  • French Protected Cruiser, ‘1 Le Tage ” (Supplement May 15th, 1891), La Soc. Anonyme des Ateliers de la Loire
  • French Torpedo Boat, No. 128, Engines of, Al. Normand, 82
  • French Torpedo Boat, No. 128, Boiler of, M. Normand, 83
  • GILES and Hunt, Messrs., New Line Connecter and Joint, 145
  • Govan, N.B., Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Works, 408
  • Government Exhibit of War Material, Ancient Ordnance, Naval Exhibition, 350
  • Graydon Dynamite Gun, The, 94
  • Graydon Dynamite Shell, The, 95
  • Great Eastern Railway Express Passenger Locomotive, Mr. James Holden (Supplement June 12th, 1891), 464
  • Great Eastern Railway Liquid Fuel Apparatus, Mr. Holden (Figs. 1, 2, 3, 4), 386, 387
  • Great Northern of Scotland Railway Express Passenger Locomotive (Supplement January 2nd, 1891) Messrs. Robert Stephenson and Co., 6
  • Greytown, Dredges at Work in the Nicaragua Canal, at, 459
  • Greytown, Nicaragua, View of Pier looking toward Inner Harbour, 460
  • Groombridge, Mr., Tramcar Brake Handle, 354
  • Guitton, M. Emille, A Theatrical Racecourse, 426
  • Gwyn, Mr. A. E. W., Triple-row Steam Pile Driver, 363
  • HAMILTON’S Triple Screw Gearing, 65
  • Harcourt, Mr. G., Bicycle, 133
  • Harper, Mr. J., Scaffold and Hoist, 319
  • Harrison Carter Chain Lubricator, Stanley Show of Cycles, 153
  • Hawthorn, Leslie, and Co., Messrs., Triple-expansion Engines, H.M.S. “Sybille,” 145, 148
  • H.M.S. “Devastation” and “Rupert,” Gun Mountings for, 322
  • H.M.S. “Philomel” and “Pear],” Triple-expansion Engines. Earle’s Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, 448, 465, 466
  • H.M.S. “Revenge” and “Resolution,” Centrifugal Pump Engines, Naval Exhibition (Fig. 2), 383
  • H. M.S. “ Royal Arthur ” and ‘‘ Royal Sovereign,” 139, 140
  • H.M.S. “Sybille,” Messrs. Robert Stephenson and Co., 8
  • H.M.S. “Sybille,” Triple - expansion Engines, Messrs. Hawthorn, Leslie, and Co., 145, 148
  • H.M.S. “Victoria,” Naval Exhibition, 344
  • H.M.S. “Victory,” 1765, 333, 335, 336, 337, 338, 339, 340
  • H.M.S. “Victory,” Portsmouth, 1891, 334
  • Heys, Mr. W. E., M’Donald’s Sand Drier, 183
  • Hill, Mr. Ernest, Wood and Metal Paving, 146
  • Holden, Mr., Liquid Fuel Apparatus, Great Eastern Railway (Figs. 1, 2, 3, 4), 386, 387
  • Holden, Mr. James, Express Passenger Locomotive, 464
  • Holmes and Co., Messrs. J. H., Equipotential Train Lighting Dynamo, 394
  • Holophote Cycle Lamp, The, Messrs. Lucas and Son, 153
  • Hong Kong High-level Tramway, Victoria Gap, 65, 86, 87, 98
  • Hong Kong Tramway, Safety Brake, 98
  • “Hope” Flush Closing Sliding Door, The, 404
  • Hope and Co., Messrs., The Auto-lubricating Axle-box and Shield, 472
  • Houghton and Son, Messrs. George, Panoramic Camera (Figs. 1, 2, 3), M. Moessard, Crystal Palace Exhibition, 351
  • Houghton and Son, Messrs. G., Ladder and Camera Stand, (Fig. 4), Crystal Palace Exhibition, Fig. 4, 351
  • Huntington, Prof., Diagram of Tests of Stone’s Bronze, 326
  • INDISPENSABLE Lathe Dog Company, The, A Novel Lathe Dog, 453
  • Indus, Bridge over the, at Sukkur Pass, North- Western State Railway, India, Messrs. Westwood, Baillie, and Co., 10
  • Italian Warship “Sardegna,” Ru’der Frame of the, 242
  • Ivatt, Mr. H. A., Experiments with a Steel Crank Axle, 260
  • JAPAN, Deck Armour Target for Vertical Fire, Kwannonsaki, 445
  • Joel and Co., Messrs. H. F., Electric Light, National Sporting Club, 318
  • Johnson, Mr., The Chanstangla Interchangeable Gauge Gland, 351
  • Joy, Mr. David, Assistant Cylinder, 305
  • Joy, Mr. David, Steam Assistant Cylinder, 113
  • Jumna, Boiler Explosion on Board the (Figs. 1, 2), 314
  • “KRONPRINZ von Preussen,” 1835, Balanced Rudder of, 268
  • “Kronprinz von Preussen,” 1835, Compound Engines of, 267
  • “Kronprinz von Preussen,” J835, Cross Section of the Vessel, 268
  • LAIRD Brothers, Messrs., London and North- Western Railway Company’s s.s. “Violet,” Triple-expansion Engines (Supplement, April 17th, 1891), 297
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, Standard Goods Engine (Supplement, February 29th, 1891)
  • Lansdowne Bridge at Sukkur, The, Sir A. AL Rendel, 28, 32
  • Lightfoot’s Patent Dry Air Refrigerator, the Linde British Refrigerator Company, 395
  • Linde British Refrigerator Company, The, Dry Air Duplex Refrigerator, 395
  • Lippmann, Professor G., Photography in Natural Colours, 472
  • Lister and Co., Messrs., Duplex Face Plate Lathe, 152
  • London, Electric Lighting in, Maps of the Metropolitan Electric Supply Company’s Licensed District and of Alains laid by them, 44, 45
  • London and North-Western Railway Company’s s.s. “Violet,” Boiler-room, 354
  • London and North-Western Railway Company’s s.s. “Violet,” Triple-expansion Engines, Alessrs. Laird Brothers (Supplement, April 17th, 1891), 297
  • MACALLAN’S Blast Pipe, 425
  • McDonald’s Sand Drier, 183
  • McDougall’s Anti-primer (Figs. 1, 2, and 3), 300
  • McLaine’s Hollow Piston Valve, the Perfect Piston Company, 364
  • Manchester Ship Canal, Sections Showing Railway Deviations, 177
  • Manchester Ship Canal, Stoney’s Sluices on the River Weaver, Messrs. Ransome and Rapier, 25
  • Manson, Air. Jas., Express Passenger Locomotive, Messrs. Robert Stephenson and Co. (Supplement, January 2nd, 1891), 6
  • Marion and Co., Messrs., Dickenson’s Radial Camera, 170
  • Mason’s Pivotted Side-lights, 170
  • Maxim Stud Tire, Stanley Exhibition of Cycles, 153
  • Maxim - Nordenfelt Company’s Exhibits at the Royal Naval Exhibition, 423
  • Mediterranean Railway, The, Six-wheel Coupled Locomotive, Alessrs. G. Ansaldo and Co., 205
  • Metropolitan Electric Supply Company, Dynamoroom, Sardinia-street Station, 68
  • Metropolitan Electric Supply Company, Limited, Map of Licensed District and Map of Mains laid by the, 44, 45
  • Metropolitan Electric Supply Company, Ring System of Main Laying, 70
  • Metropolitan Electric Supply Company, Limited, Section of Sardinia-street Station, 49
  • Metropolitan Electric Supply Company, Switchboard at Sardinia-street Station, 68
  • Michele, Mr. V. de, Cement-testing Machine, 493
  • Moenchenstein, The Railway Accident at, 503
  • Moessard, M. Panoramic Camera, Messrs. Houghton and Son (Figs. 1, 2, 3), Crystal Palace Exhibition, 351
  • Moffet, Hodgkins, and Clarke, Alessrs., Laying a Submerged Water Alain, 6
  • Moncrieff, Mr. A. B., Concrete Dam, Beetaloo Waterworks, 362, 366
  • Moore, Mr. Robi., Anchor Bolt Tests, 387
  • Morris Wilson and Co., Messrs. G., Referee Safety Bicycle, 133
  • Moselboot, I., 1839, Projected High-pressure Cylinder for, 62
  • Moselboot, I., 1839-40, Engines, Carried Out, of, 63
  • Moselboot, 1840, Multi tubular Boiler with Forced Draught for, 63
  • Moselboot, IL, 1840, Compound Engines and Boiler of, 64
  • Moselboot, No. I , Cross-section, Paddle-wheel, and Hollow Shaft, 269
  • Mudd, Mr. Thos., Flanged Shell, Marine Boiler, 289
  • Mudd, Mr. Thos., Pistons and Rings, 290
  • Musgrave and Sons, Messrs. John, Compound Corliss Mill Engine for the Sun Mills Company, 208, 243
  • Musgrave and Sons, Messrs. John, Sun Cotton Mill, Bombay, 261, 264
  • Musgrave and Sons, Messrs. John, Triple-expansion Corliss Engines, 208, 243
  • NATIONAL Sporting Club, The Electric Light, Messrs. H. F. Joel and Co., 318
  • Naval Exhibition, Electric Lighting Machinery, Messrs. W. H. Allen and Co., 485, 501, 510
  • Nell, Mr., The Warren Filter, 485
  • Neunkirchen, Dustless Slag Grinding Mill, Mr. G. F. Zimmer, 315, 316
  • New York Air Brake Company, The, Duplex Brake Pump, 426
  • Nicaragua Canal, The, Map of Central America Showing its Route, 459
  • Nile Paddle Steamer. Triple-expansion Engines, The Southampton Naval Works Company, 125, 128
  • Normand, M., Torpedo Boats, 81, 82, 83
  • North British Rubber Company, Cycle Tires, 153
  • North-Western State Railway, India, Bridge over the Indus at Sulkur Pass, Messrs. Westwood, Baillie, and Co., 10
  • Northern Engineering Company, The, Horizontal Drilling and Boring Machine, 300
  • Norwood Junction, Bridge Failure, 377
  • Nottingham Machinist’s Company, Cycle Fittings, 153
  • OCHTA, St. Petersburg, Backs of Places Dis¬mounted after Competitive Trial at, 29
  • Orlando, MM., Forced Draught, 352
  • Oxford Corporation Waterworks, Compound Worthington Pumping Engine, Messrs, Jas. Simpson and Co., 166, 186, 190, 214, 244
  • PARIS, Sewerage of, Sewage Syphon across the Seine, 162, 163
  • Parker and Co., Messrs., Hand Camera, Crystal Palace Exhibition (Figs. 5 and 6), 351
  • Parkhead Mills, Rolling Mill Engines, Messrs. Duncan, Stewart, and Co., 370
  • Pelton Wheel, The, Messrs. Bickle and Co., 170
  • Perfect Piston Co., The, McBaine’s Hollow Piston Valve, 364
  • Phillip’s Check Chamber, Mr. W. B. Alexander, 387.
  • Practice Cartridge Syndicate, The, Breech Adapter for Small Arm Practice in Miniature, 163
  • Priestman Bros., Messrs., Locomotive Coa Dis-charging Elevator, 502
  • RANSOME and Rapier, Messrs., Stoney’s Sluices on the River Weaver, Manchester Ship Canal, 25
  • Robbins’ Patent Axle-box, 481
  • Roentgen’s (Ernst Wolff) Patent Drawing (1834), 269
  • Rogers, Mr. F. M., Shaping Attachment for Lathe®, 319
  • “Rojal Arthur,” H.M.S., 179
  • Royal Institution, The Lecture Table at the, on the occasion of the Faraday Centenary, 515
  • Royal Naval Exhibition, Plan of the, 212
  • Royal Naval Exhibition, Plan and Sections of Water Basin and Fountain at (Figs. 4, 5, and 6), 383
  • Russian Armour Competition, Backs of Plates Dismounted after Competitive Trial at Ochta, 29
  • Ruston, Proctor, and Co., Messrs., Triple-Expan¬sion Electric Lighting Engine (Supplement, February 6th, 1891), 90, 108, 115
  • SAGAR and Co., Messrs. J., Wright’s New Band Saw Guide, 152
  • St. Clair Tunnel Railway, Ten-wheel Tank Engine, The Baldwin Locomotive Works, 319, 421
  • “San Francisco,” The U.S. Cruiser, 484
  • Sanspariel Gun, The, 103
  • “Sardegna,” Rudder Frame of the Italian War¬ship, 242
  • Schneider’s Plate, Back of, Ochta, St. Petersburg- (Fig. 2), 29
  • Scotland Yard, Electric Lighting Plant, Messrs. Drake and Gorham and Mr. A. A. Campbell- Swinton, 375
  • See’s Extractor for Feed-water, 354
  • Seine, Purification of the, Sewage Syphons, 162, 163
  • Sharp, Stewart, and Co., Messrs., Special Armour plate Planing Machine, 124
  • Sharp, Stewart and Co., Messrs., Crank Shaft Lathe, 285
  • Siemens and. Halske, Messrs., Experiments with High Tension Alternating Currents, 426
  • Simpson and Co., Messrs. James, Compound Worthington Pumping Engine, Oxford Corpora¬tion Waterworks, 166, 186, 190, 214, 244
  • “Sirio,” “Orione,” and “Perseo,” Engines of 6000 Indicated Horse-power, for s.s., Messrs. G. Ansaldo and Co. (Supplements April 3rd and May 20th, 1891), 280, 281, 422
  • Snail Arms Factory at Birmingham, New Magazine Rifle, 105
  • Smith, Mr. Thomas, Fifteen-ton Locomotive Crane, 427
  • South Africa Ball Mill, Grinding Plant for, the Anti-friction Conveyor and Grinding Machinery Company, 204
  • Southampton Naval Works Company, The, TripleExpansion Engines, Nile Paddle Steamer, 125, 128
  • Southern Mahratta Railway, Composite First and Second-class Bogie Carriage (Supplement, March 20th, 1891), 232
  • Spencer and Co., Messrs., Double Axle-box Brass Boring Machine, 515
  • Stanley Exhibition of Cycles, The, 133, 153
  • Stanmore Station, Harrow and Stanmore Railway, 132
  • Stephenson and Co., Messrs. Robert, Great Northern of Scotland Railway Express Passenger Locomotive (Supplement, January 2nd, 1891), 6
  • Stewart’s Receiver for Molten Cast Iron, Messrs. Thwaites Brothers, 192
  • Stokes’ Continuous Portland Cement Drying and Burning Apparatus, 53
  • Stone’s Bronze, Prof. Huntington’s Diagram of Tests of Stone’s Bronze, 326
  • Stoney’s Sluices on the River Weaver, Manchester Ship Canal, Messrs. Ransome and Rapier, 25
  • Sukkur Pass, Bridge over the Indus at the, North-West State Railway, Messrs. Westwood, Baillie, and Co., 10
  • Sukkur, The Lansdowne Bridge at, Sir A. M. Rendel, 28
  • Sun Cotton Mill, Bombay, The, Messrs. Musgrave and Co., 261, 264
  • Swasey, Mr. Ambrose, On a New Process for Generating and Cutting the Teeth of Spur Wheels, 30
  • TEAGUE Electricity Meter, The (Figs. 1, 2, 3), 493
  • Thompson, Mr. T. J., Bicycle, 133
  • Thompson and Co., Messrs. W. P., Robbins' Patent Axle-box, 481
  • Thursfield, Mr. William E., Austrian Steam Fire Engine, 3
  • Thwaites Brothers, Messrs., Oscillating Hot Ingot Saw, 7
  • Tower Bridge, The, 488, 492
  • Tower Bridge, The, North Pier, 4th April, 1891, View from the South Pier, 301
  • Tower Bridge, The, View from Northern Approaches, 302
  • Tower Bridge, The, View Up River from North Pier, 296
  • “ULUNDA,” Raising of the s.s., 250
  • “Ulunda,” Track Chart of s.s., 251
  • U.S. Cruiser “San Francisco,” The, 484
  • U.S. Navy New Battleships for the, 404, 405
  • VICKERS’ Plate, Back of, Oohta, St. Petersburg (Fig. 3), 29
  • Victoria Gap, Hong Kong High Level Tramway, 65, 86, 87, 98
  • Victoria Gap Station, Hong Kong High Level Tramway, 87
  • “Victory” (1765), H.M.S., 333, 335, 336, 337, 338, 339, 340
  • “Violet,” London and North-Western Railway Company’s s.s., Triple - Expansion Engines, Messrs. Laird Bros. (Supplement, April 17th, 1891), 297
  • “Violet,” s.s., The Boiler Room, Messrs. Laird Bros., 354
  • WALLIS and Steevens, Messrs., Road Roller, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 507
  • Warren Filter, The, 485
  • Watson and Sons, Messrs., “Acme” Camera (Fig. 6), 351
  • Watson and Sons, Messrs., Magnesium Flash Lamp (Fig. 5), 351
  • Weaver Sluices, Stoney’s, Manchester Ship Canal, Messrs. Ransome and Rapier, 25
  • West wood, Baillie, and Co., Messrs., Bridge over the Indus at Sukkur Pass, 10
  • Whitcombe, Mr. C. P., Composite First and Second Class Bogie Carriage, Southern Mah¬ratta Railway (Supplement, March 20th, 1891), 232
  • Whitworth Mountings, H.M.S. “Devastation,” 322
  • Wild and Co., Messrs., Portable Hauling Engines, 109, 113
  • Willans and Robinson, Messrs., and Messrs. Siemens, Electric Light Machinery, The Naval Exhibition (Figs. 1, 2, 3, and 4). 501, 510
  • Woods, Mr. Edw., Buenos Ayres and Ensenado Port Railway Rolling Stock, 141, 142, 144
  • Worthington Pumping Engine, Compound, Oxford Corporation Waterworks, 166, 186, 190, 214, 244
  • Wright’s New Band Saw Guide, Messrs. J. Sagar and Co., 152
  • YARROW, Mr. A. F., Boiler Construction, 225, 226, 227, 228
  • Yarrow and Co., Messrs., Stern-wheel Steamer for the Congo, 318
  • Yarrow’s Tubulous Boiler, 43
  • ZIMMER Double Hand Lever Mechanism, Stanley Show of Cycles, 153
  • Zimmer, Mr. G. F., Dustless Basic Slag Grinding Mill, 315, 316

Subject Matter

  • AIR Compressor, Messrs. Beiliss and Co., Naval Exhibition (Fig. 1), 383
  • Air Compressor, Dolcoath Mine, The Champion Rock Borer and Air Compressor Co., 481
  • Alternating Currents, Messrs. Siemens and Halske’s Experiments with High Tension, 426
  • Anchor Bolt Tests, Mr. Robert Moore, 387
  • Aneroid Case, 200 .
  • Anti-Primer, McDougal’s (Figs. 1, 2,6), 300
  • Armour Competition, Russian, Backs of Plates Dismounted after Trial at, Ochta, 29
  • Armour-plate Planing Machine, Special, Messrs. Sharp, Stewart, and Co , 124
  • Assistant Cylinder for Marine Engines, Mr. David Joy, 305
  • Auto-Lubricating Axle-box and Shield, Messrs. Hope and Co., 472
  • Axle-box with “Eureka” Shield, The Auto-Lubn eating, Messrs. Hope and Co., 472
  • Axle-box, Robbins’, introduced by Messrs. W. P. Thompson and Co., 481
  • Axle box, Stamped Steel, Messrs. Adams and Co., 161
  • BACKS of Plates Dismounted, after Competitive Trial at Ochta, 29
  • Ball Mill Grinding Plant for S. Africa 204
  • Battleships for the U.S. Navy, New, 404, 405
  • Blast Pipe, Macallan’s, 425
  • Boiler Construction, Mr. A. F. Yarrow, 225, 226, 227, 228
  • Boiler of French Torpedo Boat. No. 128, M. Normand, 83
  • Boiler-making Shops, Messrs. G. Ansaldo and Co., Sampierdarena, Italy, 246
  • Boiler, Multitubular, with Forced Draught, Mozelboot, 1840, 63
  • Boiler-room, s.s. “Violet,” Messrs. Laird Bros., 354
  • Boiler, Yarrow’s Tubulous, 43
  • Boring Machine, Double Axle-box Brass, Messrs. Spencer and Co., 515
  • Brake Handle Tramcar, Mr. Groombridge, 304
  • Brake Pump, Duplex, The New York Air Brake Co., 426
  • Brake, Safety, Hong Kong Tramway, 98
  • Brass Boring Machine, Double Axle-box, Messrs. Spencer and Co., 515
  • Breech Adapter for Small-arm Practice in Minia¬ture, The Practice Cartridge Syndicate, 163
  • Bridge Failure, Norwood Junction, 375
  • Bridge over the Indus at the Sukkur Pass, Messrs. Westwood, Baillie, and Co., 10
  • Bridge at Sukkur, The Lansdowne, 28, 32
  • Bridge, The Tower, 488, 492
  • Bridge, The Tower, North Pier, 4th April, 1891, View from the South Pier, 301
  • Bridge, The Tower, View from Northern Approaches, 302
  • Bridge, The Tower, View up River from North Pier, 296
  • Bronze, Professor Huntington’s Diagram of Tests of Stone’s, 326
  • Buffet Smoking Car, Buenos Ayres and Ensenado Port Railway, Mr. Edward Woods, 141, 144
  • CALORIMETERS for Testing Fuel on a Small Scale, 37
  • Camera, “Acme,” Messrs. Watson and Sons, Crystal Palace Photographic Exhibition (Fig. 6), 351
  • Camera, Dickenson’s Radial, 170
  • Camera, Hand, Messrs. Parker and Co., Crystal Palace Exhibition (Figs 5 and 6), 351
  • Camera, Panoramic, M. Moessard, Crystal Palace Exhibition, Messrs. G. Houghton (Figs. 1, 2, and 3), 351
  • Camera Stand and Ladder, Messrs. G. Houghton and Son, Crystal Palace Exhibition (Fig. 4), 351
  • Canal to Connect the Baltic and North Sea, 453
  • Canal, Manchester Ship, Sections Showing Rail¬way Deviations, 170
  • Canal, The Nicaragua, 459
  • Cement-testing Machine, 493
  • Centrifugal Pump Engines, H.M.S. “Revenge” and “Resolution,” Naval Exhibition (Fig. 2), 383
  • Check Chamber, Phillip’s, Mr. W. B. Alexander, 387
  • Cockpit of H.M.S. “Victory” (1765), 338, 339
  • Commutators, Safety, Messrs. Davis and Stokes’, 212
  • Composite First and Second-class Bogie Carriage, Southern Mahratta Railway, Mr. C. P. Whitcombe (Supplement, March 20th, 1891), 232
  • Composite Bull Metal Yacht “Edie.” Mr. Douglas Stone, 64
  • Compound Marine Engines Sixty Years Ago, 61
  • Concrete Dam, Beetaloo Waterworks, Mr. A. B. Moncrieff, 362, 366
  • Copper Tube Depositing Tank, The Elmore, 178
  • Cotton Mill, The Sun, Bombay, Messrs. Mus¬grave and Co., 261, 264
  • Crane, The 15-ton Locomotive, Mr. Thos. Smith. 427
  • Crank Shaft Lathe, Special, Messrs. Sharp, Stewart, and Co., 285
  • Cruiser “Charleston,” The United States, 405
  • Cruiser, French Protected, “Le Tage” (Supplement, May 15th, 1891), Soc. Anonyme des Ateliers de la Loire
  • Cruiser for the Government, “The Sybille,” Messrs. Robert Stephenson and Co., 8
  • Cruiser “San Francisco” The United States, 484
  • Cruisers, First-class Protected, “Royal Arthur” and “Royal Sovereign,” 139, 140
  • Cutting the Teeth of Spur Wheels, A New Process for Generating and, 30
  • Cycles, The Stanley Exhibition of, 133, 153
  • Cylinder, Assistant, for Marine Engines, Mr. David Joy, 305
  • Cylinder Engines, Revolving, 61
  • Cylinder, Projected High-Pressure, for “Moselboot I.,” 1839, 62
  • Cylinder, Steam Assistant, Mr. David Joy, 113
  • DAM, Concrete, Beetalco Waterworks, Mr. A. B. Moncrieff, 362, 366
  • Deck Armour Target for Vertical Fire, Kwan- nonsaki, Japan, 445
  • Diagram for Calculating Safety Valve Springs, 513
  • Diagram, A Curious, Letters from Messrs. Bodley Phillips, Townsend, Davies, 317
  • Diagram of Tests of Stone’s Bronze, Professor Huntington’s, 326
  • Door, The “Hope” Flush-closing Sliding, 404
  • Double Axle-box Brass Boring Machine, Messrs. Spencer and Co., 515
  • Dredges at Work in the Nicaragua Canal, 459
  • Drilling and Boring Machine, Horizontal, The Northern Engineering Company, 300
  • Drilling Machine, The Sensitive, The Britannia Company, 180
  • Duplex Face Plate Lathe, Messrs. Lister and Co., 152
  • Duplex Pumping Engines, Compound, Messrs. Fielding and Platt, 461
  • Dustless Basic Slag Grinding Mill, Neunkirchen, Mr. G. F. Zimmer, 315, 316
  • Dynamite Gun, The Graydon, 94
  • Dynamite Shell, The Graydon, 95
  • Dynamo, Equipotential Tram Lighting, Messrs. J. H. Holmes, 394
  • EDGE Bunner Grinding Mill, The Anti-friction Convevor and Grinding Mill Company, 36
  • Electric Light Machinery, Naval Exhibition, Messrs. Willans and Robinson, and Messrs. Siemens, 501, 510
  • Electric Light, National Sporting Club, Messrs. H. F. Joel and Co., 318
  • Electric Sun Lamp,Boardman's, Royal Naval Exhibition, 479
  • Electric Lighting Engine, Triple-Expansion, Messrs. Ruston, Proctor, and Co., 90
  • Electric Lighting Machinery, Naval Exhibition, Messrs. W. H. Allen, 485
  • Electric Lighting Plant, Scotland Yard. Messrs. Drake and Gorham, Mr. A. A. Campbell-Swinton, 375
  • Electric Railway, City and South London, Vertical Compound Engines, Messrs. John Fowler and Co., 183
  • Electric Railway, City and South London, View of Interior of Generating Station, 182
  • Electric Supply Co., Metropolitan, Dynamo-room, Sardinia-street Station, 69
  • Electric Supply Co., Limited, The Metropolitan, Maps, 44, 45
  • Electric Supply Co., Metropolitan, Ring System of Main Laying, 70
  • Electric Supply Co., Metropolitan, Section of Sardinia-street Station, 49
  • Electric Supply Co., Metropolitan, Switch-board at Sardinia-street Station, 68
  • Electricity Meter, The Frager, 431
  • Electricity Meter, The Teague, Figs. 1, 2, 3, 493
  • Engine, Compound Differential Pumping-, Bradley, Messrs. Hathorn, Davey, and Co. (Supplement, January 23rd, 1891), 74
  • Engine, Compound Horizontal, Messrs. Clayton and Shuttleworth, 205
  • Engine, Compound Worthington Pumping, Oxford Corporation Waterworks, Messrs. Jas. Simpson and Co., 166, 186, 190, 214, 244
  • Engine, Corliss Mill, Messrs. John Musgrave and Sons, 208, 243
  • Engine, Details of Horizontal Corliss, M. H. Bollinckx (Supplement, January 16th, 1891), 48
  • Engine, No. 123, August 9th, 1888, Diagram Illustrating Performance of Caledonian, 201
  • Engine and Dynamo Combined, Messrs. Beiliss and Co. (Fig. 3), Naval Exhibition, 383
  • Engine, Express Passenger, Great Northern of Scotland Railway, Messrs. Robert Stephenson and Co. (Supplement, January 2nd, 1891), 6
  • Engine of the Open Type required by the Admiralty Regulations, Messrs. W. H. Allen and Co., Royal Naval Exhibition, 479
  • Engine, Standard Goods, Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway (Supplement, February 20th, 1891)
  • Engine, Ten-wheel Tank, St. Clair Tunnel Railway, The Baldwin Locomotive Works, 319, 421
  • Engine, Traction, Messrs. Clayton and Shuttleworth, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 507
  • Engine, Triple-Expansion, Electric Lighting, Messrs. Ruston, Proctor, and Co. (Supplement, February 6th, 1891), 90, 108, 115
  • Engineering Works of Messrs. G. Ansaldo Co., 242, 246
  • Engines, Assistant Cylinder for David Joy, 305
  • Engines and Boiler of, Compound, Moselboot II. (1840), 64
  • Engines, Carried out of Moselboot, I., 1839-40, 63
  • Engines, Centrifugal Pump, H.M.S. “Revenge” and “ Resolution,” Naval Exhibition (Fig. 2), 383
  • Engines, Compound Duplex Pumping, Messrs. Fielding and Platt, 461
  • Engines, Compound, of the “Kronprinz von Preussen,” 1835, 267
  • Engines, Compound Marine, Sixty Years Ago, 61
  • Engines of French Torpedo Boat No. 128,' M. Normand, 82
  • Engines, Portable Hauling, Messrs. Wild and Co., 109, 113
  • Engines, Revolving Cylinder, 61
  • Engines, Rolling Mill, Messrs. Duncan, Stewart, and Co., Parkhead Mills, 370
  • Engines, Triple-expansion, The London and North-Western Railway Company’s s.s. “Violet,” Messrs. Laird Bros. (Supplement, April 17tA, 1891), 297
  • Engines, Triple-expansion, Nile Paddle Steamer, The Southampton Naval Works Company, 125, 128
  • Engines, Triple-expansion, H.M.S. “Philomel” and “ Pearl,” 448, 465
  • Engines, Triple-expansion, H.M.S. “Sybille,” Messrs. Hawthorn, Leslie and Co., 145, 148
  • Engines, Triple-expansion Corliss, Messrs. John . Musgrave and Sons, 208, 243
  • Engines, of 6000 I.HP. for s.s. “Sirio,” “Orione,” and “ Perseo,” Messrs. G. Ansaldo and Co. (Supplement, April 3rd and May 20th, 1891) 280, 281, 422
  • Engines, Vertical Compound, City and South London Electric Railway, Messrs. John Fowler and Co., 183
  • Equipotential Train Lighting Dynamo, Messrs. J. H. Holmes, 394
  • Evaporator, Quadruple Effect, Messrs. Fawcett and Preston, 277
  • Extractor for Feed-water, See’s, 354
  • FEED-WATER Extractor, See’s, 354
  • Filter, The Warren, 485
  • Fire-box, A Novel, C. W. K., 367
  • Fire Engine Austrian Steam, Mr. Wm. E. Thurs- field, 3
  • Flanged Shell Marine Boiler, Mr. Thos. Mudd, 289
  • Forced Draught, Messrs. Orlando on (Illustrated) 352
  • GAUGE, Bristol’s Recording Pressure, 73
  • Gauge Gland, Chanstangla Interchangeable, Mr. Johnson, 351
  • Generating and Cutting the Teeth of Spur-wheels, A New, 30
  • Great Central Produce Market, Buenos Ayres, 441, 442
  • Great Northern of Scotland Railway, Express Passenger Engine (Supplement, January 2nd, 1891), 6
  • Grinding Mill, Dustless Basic Slag, Neunkirchen, Mr. G. Zimmer, 315, 316
  • Gun, the Canet Quick-fire, 468
  • Gun, the Graydon Dynamite, 94
  • Gun Mounting, Elswick Pneumatic, Naval Exhibition, 346
  • Gun Mounting, H.M.S. “Devastation” and “Rupert,” 322
  • Gun, 4-5in. Quick-fire, Naval Exhibition, 343
  • Gun, The Sanspareil, 103,
  • Guns, Quick-firing, The Maxim-Nordenfelt Exhibits at the Royal Naval Exhibition, 423
  • HARBOURS and Waterways, Map of Germany, 453
  • H.M.S. “Royal Arthur,” 179
  • H.M.S. “Victoria,” Naval Exhibition, 344
  • High-level Tramway, Hong Kong, 65, 86, 87, 98
  • Horizontal Drilling and Boring Machine, The Northern Engineering Co., 300
  • IRON, Stewart’s Receiver for Molten Cast, 192
  • LATHE Dog, A Novel, 453
  • Lathe, Duplex Face Plate, Messrs. Lister and Co., 152
  • Lathe, Special Crank-shaft, Messrs. Sharp, Stewart, and Co., 285
  • Laying a Submerged Water Main, Mr. E. C. Cooke, 6
  • Lever Mechanism, The Zimmer Double Hand, Stanley Show of Cycles, 153
  • Lighthouse, The Eddystone, Naval Exhibition, 285
  • Lighthouse Lamp, Eddystone, Naval Exhibition, 501
  • Line Connector and Joint, New, Messrs. Giles and Hunt, 145
  • Liquid Fuel Apparatus, Great Eastern Railway, Mr. Holden (Figs. 1, 2, 3, 4), 386, 387
  • Locomotive Burning Liquid Fuel, Compound, Argentine Railway, Great Western, Messrs. Beyer, Peacock, and Co., 390
  • Locomotive Coal Discharging Elevator, Messrs. Priestman Bros., 502
  • Locomotive, Express Passenger, Great Northern of Scotland Railway, Messrs. Robt. Stephenson and Co {Supplement, January 2nd, 1891), 6
  • Locomotive, Great Eastern Express Passenger, Mr. Jas. Holden (Supplement, June 12th, 1891), 464
  • Locomotive, Six-wheeled Coupled, for the Mediterranean Railway, Messrs. G. Ansaldoand Co., 205
  • Locomotive, Tank, St. Clair Tunnel, The Baldwin Locomotive Works, 319, 421
  • MAGAZINE Rifle, The New, 105
  • Magnesium Flash Lamp, Messrs. Watson and Suns, Crystal Palace Photographic Exhibition (Fig. 5), 351
  • Map of Birmingham Water Supply District, 295
  • Map of Central America, showing Route of Nicaragua Canal, 459
  • Map of Germany, showing Route of Baltic and North Sea Canal, 453
  • Map of Licensed District of the Metropolitan Electric Supply Company, Limited, 44
  • Map of Mains Laid by the Metropolitan Electric Supply Company, Limited, 45
  • Marine Boiler, Flanged Shell, Mr. Thos. Mudd, 289
  • Marine Engine Trials, Diagram, 362
  • Market, Great Central Produce, Buenos Ayres, 441, 442
  • Meter, The Teague Electricity (Figs. 1, 2, 3), 493
  • Mill Engine, Compound Corliss, Messrs. John Musgrave and Sons, 208, 243
  • Mill, The Sun Cotton, Bombay, Messrs. Musgrave and Co., 261, 264
  • Mounting, Easton and Anderson’s, H.M.S. “Rupert,” 322
  • Mountings, Elswick, H.M.S. “Thunderer, 325
  • Mountings, Whitworth, H.M.S. “Devastation,” 322
  • NAVAL Exhibition, Plan of the Royal, 212
  • North-Western State Railway, India, Bridge over the Indus, at the Sukkur Pass, 10
  • PAVING, Wood and Metal, Mr. Ernest Hill, 146
  • Photographic Exhibition, Crystal Palace, 351
  • Photography in Natural Colours, Professor G. Lippmann, 472
  • Pier looking toward Inner Harbour, Greytown, Nicaragua, 460
  • Pipe, The Ferranti Steam, 202
  • Pipe Joint, Improved, 367
  • Piston Valve, McLaine’s Hollow, The Perfect Piston Company, 364
  • Pistons and Rings, Mr. Thos. Mudd, 290
  • Pivotted Side Lights, Mason’s, 170
  • Plan showing Position of English Enemy’s Fleets at Trafalgar, 335
  • Plates Dismounted after Trial at Ochta, St. Petersburg, 29
  • Portland Cement Drying and Burning Apparatus, Stokes’ Continuous, 53
  • Protected Cruiser, French, “Le Tage” Societe Anonyme des Ateliers de la Loire (Supplement, May 15th, 1891)
  • Pump Engines, Centrifugal, H.M.S. “Revenge” and “Resolution,” Naval Exhibition (Fig. 2) 383
  • Pumping Engine, Compound Differential, Messrs. Hathorn, Davey, and Co. (Supplement, January 23rd, 1891), 74
  • Pumping Engine, Compound Worthington, Oxford Corporation Waterworks, Messrs. James Simpson and Co., 166, 186, 190, 214, 244
  • Pumping Station, Agra Waterworks, Ground Plan of, 55
  • QUADRUPLE - EFFECT Evaporator, Messrs. Fawcett and Preston, 277
  • Quick-fire Gun, The Canet, 468
  • RADIAL Camera, Dickenson’s, 170
  • Railway Accident at Moenchenstein, The, 503
  • Railway, India, North-Western State, Bridge over the Indus at the Sukkur Pass, 10
  • Raising of the s.s. “ Ulunda,” 250
  • Receiver for Molten Cast Iron, Stewart’s, 192
  • Refrigerator, Lightfoot’s Dry Air Duplex, the Linde British Refrigerator Company, 395
  • Revolving Cylinder Engines, 61
  • River Weaver, Stoney’s Sluices on the, Messrs. Ransome and Rapier, 25
  • Road Roller, Messrs. Wallis and Steevens, Royal Agricultural Show, 507
  • Rolling Mill Engines, Parkhead Mills, Messrs. Duncan, Stewart, and Co., 370
  • Rolling Stock, Buenos Ayres and Ensenado Port Railway, 141, 142
  • Rolling Stock, Southern Mahratta Railway, Mr. C. P. Whitcombe (Supplement, March 20th, 1891), 232
  • Rudder Frame of the Italian Warship “Sardegna,” 242
  • SAFETY Brake, Hong Kong Tramway, 98
  • Safety Valve Springs, Diagram for Calculating, 513
  • Sand Drier, McDonald’s, 183
  • Saw Guide, Wright’s New Band, Messrs. J. Sagar and Co., 152
  • Saw, Oscillating Hot Ingot, Messrs. Thwaites Brothers, 7
  • Scaffold and Hoist, Mr. J. Harper, 319
  • Screw Gearing, Hamilton’s Triple, 65
  • Screw Propellers, Diagram, Mr. M. F. FitzGerald, 317
  • Sewerage of Paris, 162, 163
  • Shaping Attachment for Lathes, Mr. F.M. Rogers,
  • Shell, The Graydon Dynamite, 95
  • Ship Canal, Manchester, Sections Showing Railway Deviations, 170
  • Ship Canal, Manchester, Stoney’s Sluices on the River Weaver, Messrs. Ransome and Rapier, 25
  • Shipbuilding and Engineering Works, Govan, N.B., Fairfield, 408
  • Shipbuilding Yard at Dumbarton, Messrs. W. Denny and Co. (Supplement, February 21st, 1891)
  • Shipyard, The Fairfield, 446
  • Side Lights, Mason’s Pivotted, 170
  • Sliding Door, The “Hope” Flush-closing, 404
  • Sluices, Stoney’s, on the River Weaver, Manchester Ship Canal, Messrs. Ransome and Rapier, 25
  • Small-arm Practice in Miniature, Breech Adapter for, 163
  • Smoke Preventer and Fuel Economiser, The Ackroyd-Willoughby, 395
  • Station, Stanmore, 132
  • Steam Fire Engine, Austrian, Mr. Wm. E. Thursfield, 3
  • Steam Pile Driver, Triple-row, Mr. A. E. W. Gwyn, 363
  • Steam Pipe, The Ferranti, 202
  • Steam Pipes, Boiler Explosion on Board the “Jumna” (Figs. 1, 2), 314
  • Steam Road Roller, Ten-ton Compound, Messrs. Chas. Burrell and Sons, 367
  • S.S. “ Scot,” The Cape Mail, 439
  • Steamer for the Congo, Messrs. Yarrow and Co, 318
  • Steel Crank Axle, Experiments with a, Mr. H. A. Ivatt, 260
  • Steel Frames Used by Messrs. Broadwood and Sons, made by Messrs. Dxvey, Paxman & Co., 56
  • Stern-wheel Steamer for the Congo, Messrs. Yarrow and Co., 318
  • Stop Valves, Elevation Section, 279
  • Stresses in Crane Posts, Yorks Collian (Diagrams), 127
  • Stresses in Crane Posts, S. Anthony Bower (Diagrams), 127
  • Syphons, Sewage, at Isle St. Louis, Paris, 162, 163
  • TANK Engine, Ten-wheel, St. Clair Tunnel Railway, The Baldwin Locomotive Works, 421
  • Teeth of Spur-wheels, New Process for Generating and Cutting the, 30
  • Theatrical Racecourse, M, Emille Guitton, 426
  • Thrashing Machine, Coultas, 505
  • Thrashing Machine, Messrs. Foden and Sons, 505
  • Torpedo Boat No. 128, Boiler of French, M. Normand, 83
  • Torpedo Boat No. 128, Engines of French, M. Normand, 82
  • Track Chart of the s.s. “Ulunda,” 251
  • Tramcar Brake Handle, Mr. Groombridge, 354
  • Tramway, High Level, Hong Kong, Victoria Gap, 65, 86, 87, 98
  • Trial Shed, Doncaster, Royal AgriculturalSociety’s Thrashing Machine Trials, 505
  • Triple-expansion Corliss Engines, Messrs. John Musgrave and Sons, 208, 243
  • Triple-expansion Engines, Nile Paddle Steamer, the Southampton Naval Works Co., 125, 128
  • Triple-expansion Engines, H. M. S. “ Philomel” and “Pearl,” 448, 465, 466
  • Triple-row Steam Pile Driver, Mr. A. E. W. Gwyn, 363
  • Triple-screw Gearing, Hamilton’s, 65
  • Tube Joint, “ Doubly Secure,” Mr. J. Aird, 426
  • Tubulous Boiler, Yarrow’s, 43
  • Turbine, Empire, Messrs. J. J. Armfield, 36
  • VALVE, McLaine’s Hollow Piston Valve, The Perfect Piston Co., 364
  • Valves, Stop, Elevation Section, 279
  • Viaduct, Crueize, Marjevois, Southern of France Railway, M. Leon Boyeur, 441, 442
  • WAR Materiel, Government Exhibit of, Naval Exhibition, 350
  • War Materiel Manufactured by Sir W. G. Armstrong, Mitchell, and Co., 342, 343
  • Warship, Rudder Frame of the Sardegna, 242
  • Water Basin and Fountain at the Royal Naval Exhibition (Figs. 4, 5, 6), 383
  • Water Main, Laying a Submerged, Mr. E. C. Cooke, 6
  • Water Meter, Frager’s, 327
  • Waterworks, Agra, Ground Plan of Pumping Station, 55
  • Wheel, The Pelton, Messrs. Bickle and Co., 170
  • Wheels, New Process for Generating and Cutting the Teeth of Spur, 30
  • Wood and Metal Paving, Mr. Ernest Hill, 146
  • YACHT “Edie,” Composite Bull Metal, Mr. Douglas Stone, 64

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