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The Engineer 1902/11/07

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Main Subjects

  • Contents, p 445.
  • Aeronautics and War, p 440.
  • Adjustable Drawing Desk, p 440.
  • Austrian Battleship Babenburg, p 444 and 447. (Illustrated).
  • Double Cylinder Boring Machine - James Spencer and Co, p 449. (Illustrated).
    • Headstock of 9 Inch Lathe.
  • Editorial, p 445.
    • Railway Accidents in the United States.
    • German Boiler Industry.
    • Engineering Discussions.
    • French Traffic and The Simplon Tunnel.
  • Elberfeld Suspension Railway, (No. III), p 435 and 441. (Illustrated).
  • Engineer's Branch of the Navy, p 437.
  • High Speed Channel Steamers, p 433.
  • South Africa From an Engineer's Point of View, p 433.
  • South Wales Railways and Tramways, p 448.

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