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The Engineer 1896/08/28

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Main Subjects

  • Contents, p 217.

  • Captain Gaynor's Automatic Sight, p 213.
  • Editorial, p 217.
    • Long Guns.
    • How are our Tramways to be Worked?
    • Brighton Beach.
    • New Railway in Durham.
    • Civil Engineering Legislation in Manitora.
    • A Gigantic Coal Monopoly.
  • Halladay Wind Engine, Ludham, Wroxham, Norfolk, p 212. (Illustrated).
  • Horseless Carriage Competition, p 206.
  • Horseless Future, p 226.
  • Interlocking Mine Cages With Anti-Overwinding Apparatus, p 207 and 109. (Illustrated).
  • Lifting Bridge Over the Chicago River - Halstead Street Lift Bridge - J. A. L. Waddell, p 216, 223 and 224. (Illustrated).
  • Special Side Planing Tools - Hulse and Co, p 212. (Illustrated).

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