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The Engineer 1907 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1907 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1907 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1907 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1907 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1907 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1907 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1907 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1907 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1907 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1907 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1907 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.

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List of Names

  • ADRIATIC, White Star Liner, Engines, 270, 271
  • Alexander’s Safety Stop Valve, 366
  • Allen and Simmonds’ Piston Rings, 363
  • Amapa, Brazilian Customs Cruiser, 170
  • American Locomotive Co.’s Engine, 290, 293
  • Archdale’s Milling Machines (i., ii. andiv., Supplement, November 22nd, 1907)
  • Armstrong, Whitworth’s Coal Hoists at [[Cardiff Docks], 32, 34, 36
  • - Crane, 150-Ton Hydraulic Luffing (Supplement, Jxdy 19^/i, 1907), 67
  • - Details of Motor Car, 492, 493, 494
  • - Milling Machines (ii., lii., iv., v., Supplement, November 22nd, 1907)
  • Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fd Railway Locomotives, 253
  • Atherton’s Wire Rope Haulage Clip, 340
  • Avery’s Nut Pliers, 222
  • Avonmouth Dock and Entrance Look, 8, 9
  • Avonside Engineering Works, 622, 626
  • Azores, Electricity in, 219
  • BALDWIN Superheater, 511
  • Barford and Perkins’ Motor Roller, 17
  • Beck’s Expansion Joints, 452
  • Bedford Grammar School Engineering Shops, 42
  • Bellamy’s Road Tracer, Stanley and Co., 635
  • Belleek Sluice Gates, 650
  • Bellerophon, H.M. Battleship, 84, 86
  • Birmingham Small Arms Company’s 25 Horsepower Chassis, 512
  • Birmingham Stamping Works, 298
  • Bradley and Craven’s Bending Machine, 349
  • Bradley Pulverising Machine, 90
  • Brazilian Customs Cruiser Amapa, 170
  • - Torpedo Boat Goyaz, 294, 342, 346
  • Brighton, Ferro-concrete Groynes near, 309
  • Bristol and Birmingham, New Route, 361
  • Buckton’s Testing Machines, Electric, 121, 147
  • Butler’s Drilling and Tapping Machine, 314
  • - Milling Machines(iv., v., vi.. Supplement, November 22nd, 1907)
  • CALOIN’S Lubricator, 144
  • Cambrian Collieries, Electrical Power-house and Plant, Siemens, 20, 21
  • Cardiff, New South Dock, 32, 34, 35, 90
  • Carey’s Self-opening Doors, 601
  • ?Carter and Wright’s Screw and Stud Driver, 416
  • Clayton and Shuttleworth’s Compound Steam Motor Tractor, 577, 578
  • Clench Superheater, 511
  • Clermont, Paddle Steamer, 153
  • Cochran’s Large Donkey Boilers, 451
  • Cole, Marchent, and Morley, Compound Piston Drop-valve Engine (Supplement. Julu l^th. 1907), 54, 55
  • Colwyn Bay Sewage Works, 438, 444
  • Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Company’s Air Compressor, 168; Works, 154, 164
  • Craig and Donald’s Flattening Machine, 312
  • Craiginches Ironworks, Aberdeen, 109
  • Craven’s Milling Machines (vi., Supplement, November 1907); Self-propelling Cranes for Caledonian Railway, 324
  • Crompton-Blondel Arc Lamp, 570
  • Cunhffe’s Milling Machines (iv., v., vi., Supplementy November' 22nd^ 1907)
  • DAIMLER, Details of Motor Car, 492, 493
  • Danish State Railways Coal-testing Plant, 382, 383
  • Darling and Sellers’ High-speed Lathe, 338
  • Darracq, Details of Motor Car, 492, 493
  • Deeley’s Valve Gear, Midland Railway Express Engine, 4, 18, 286
  • Deritend Stamping Co.’s Works, 298
  • Detroit River Tunnel, 524
  • Deume-Mertem Armoured Concrete Viaduct, I 156, 157 1
  • Diosgyor Steel Works, 280, 287 I
  • Dossor’s Seed Dresser, 16
  • Doulton’s Pipe Joint, 450
  • Dreadnought Milling File, 313
  • Drummond’s Lathe, 312
  • Duisbourg Bridge, 129, 138
  • EGYPT, Upper, Construction of a Syphon in, Neuhaus, 414,418
  • Electric Ignition Company’s Plant for Motor Vehicles, 635
  • Emeraude, French Submarine, 207
  • Erie Railroad Mallet Locomotive, 290, 293
  • FALCON Axle Greaser, 340
  • Fast net Rock Lighthouse, 257, 259, 264
  • Fawcett, Preston’s Pumping Engines, 112, 116, 117
  • Felten and Guilleaume’s Railway Traversers, 504 Ferguson’s Sand Pump Dredger, 526
  • Firth’s Rock Drill, Pneumatic, 218
  • Fowler’s Traction Engine, 593
  • Franco-British Exhibition Buildings, 544, 518, 567
  • French Battleship La Liberte at St, Nazaire, 422 Cruiser Victor Hugo, 46 Submarines and Submersibles, 207
  • Fulton and Steam Navigation, 153
  • GARRETT’S Portable Superheated Steam Engine, 666
  • German Surveying Ship PJanet, 245
  • Turbine Torpedo Boat Destroyers S 125 and G137, 256, 397
  • Ghurka, H.M. Destroyer, 452, 576
  • Gimson’s Pumps at the Rand, 436, 437
  • Glover’s Wood Planing Machine Tool, 120
  • Goyaz, Brazilian Torpedo Boat, 294, 342, 346
  • Great Indian Peninsular Railway Locomotive, 590.591 (Two-page Sxtp])lertie')it, December 13tk, 1907)
  • Great Northern Railroad, U.S.A , Mallet Locomotives, 347
  • Great Western Railway, Six-coupled Four- cylinder Express Evening Star, 27
  • Greenwich Boiler Explog ion, 620, 647
  • - Proposed Electric Power-house and Area of Supply, 306
  • Gutehoffnungshutte, Ingot Heating Apparatus, 172
  • Gwalar Iron Mines and Blast Furnaces, Hungary, 236, 238
  • HARPER’S Ironworks, Aberdeen, 109
  • Hathorn, Davey and Co., Pumping Engines at the Rand, 462, 516, 520
  • Havre Port Development, 358
  • Haworth’s Slotting Machine, 426
  • Heap’s Bolt Screwing and Nut Tapping Machine, 365
  • Heap’s Nipple Making Machine, 365
  • Heatly Gresham’s Rational Oil Engine, 171
  • Hell Gate Bridge, New York, 105
  • Herbert, Alfred, Milling Machines (vi., vii., viii., Supplement^ November 1907)
  • Herbert’s Roller Steady Turning Tool, 222 Hetherington’s Gun Turret Facing Machine, 92
  • - Milling Machines (viii., ix., x., xi., Supplementf November '22nd. 1907)
  • Planing and Milling Machine, 392, 397
  • Highclere Steam Motor Car, 492, 493, 496 Holroyd’s Hack Saw, 340
  • Holroyd’s Screw Milling Machine, 340
  • Homberg-Rubrort Bridge Across the Rhine, 440 (TicO’page Supplements November IsL 1907) Hong Kong Dry Dock, 631
  • Hornsea Sea Defence Works, 134
  • Horwich Works—see Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway
  • Howl’s Detartariser Feed Heater, 339
  • Huddersfield Electricity Works, Compound Piston Drop Valve Engine (Supplement^ July 1907), 54, 55
  • Hulse’s Milling Machines(ix., xi., xii., Supplement^ November' 22nd, 1907) J 60in. Screw-cutting Lathe, 56, 57, 58
  • Hungary, Forges and Mines of, 236, 238, 280, 287
  • IRON and Steel Institute Excursions, Bohemia
  • Moravia, and Styria, 385, 410
  • KELVIN, Lord, 623, 627
  • Kendall’s Milling Machines (xi., xii., xiii., Sitp-pl& m^nt^ November 2,2.nd^ 1907)
  • Kestrel, in Dock, 173
  • Kleinfontein Mines, Transvaal, Labour-saving Appliances, 581, 606
  • Kolben’s Electric Rolling Mill Transporters, 698
  • LA LIBERTE in the Lock, St. Nazaire, 422
  • Lamp Syndicate, Pump, 16
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. Compound Coal Locomotive and Diniog Car, 209, 245 (Two- page Supplement^ September 1907); Works atHorwich, 209, 214, 245
  • Leeds Eugineering Co.’s Hydraulic Pipe-bending Press, 602
  • Lignite Mine, Pereczes, 280
  • Lincoln, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 16, 30
  • Little, Gilbert, Steel Belt, 143
  • Loch Leven Water Power Works, 336
  • London, Brighton, and South Coast Railway, Platform Indicator, 603
  • Lord Desborough, Sand Pump Dredger, 525
  • Lucas, Ralph, Valveless Motor Car at Olympia, 512
  • Ludgate Hill Station, 119
  • Ludwig Loewe’s Indexing Apparatus for Milling Machines, 117
  • Lusitania, Cunard Liner, John Brown and Co., Limited, 10, 12, 38. 44, 292, 344, 346, 468, 566
  • MALLET Compound Locomotive, Erie Railroad, 290, 293
  • Manchester’s Water Supply, 83
  • Mann’s Steam Wagon, 16
  • Margewood Lock Company’s Lock and Bolts, 363
  • Marshall’s Light Oil Tractor, 592
  • Martyn’s Sparking Plug Connector, 46
  • Masson’s Beating Plant, 160
  • Mather and Platt’s Cotton Mill Gas Engine, Gas and Air Pumps, 598, 605
  • Mayer’s Twist Drill Grinding Machine, 364
  • Michigan Central Railway’s Submarine Tunnel, 524
  • Midland Railway, Four-coupled Express Engine, 4, 18, 286 ; Two-page Wood Engraving (Supplement^ July 'btK^ 1907)
  • Mork Overhead Runway, 312
  • Muir’s Milling Machines (xii., xiii., xiv., Supple- mentf November 1907)
  • NATIONAL Gas Engine Company’s 300 Horse-power Suction Gas Plant, 652, 659
  • Necaxa Power Works, 466, 467, 470, 536, 537
  • New South Wales, Blast Furnace in Lithgow, 64
  • New South Wales, Railway Station at Sydney, 648
  • Newall’s Universal Grinding Machine, 316, 320
  • Nicols’ Vertical Boiler Feed Pump, 91
  • Nicolson and Dempster Smith, Machine Tool Design, 56, 76, 203, 251
  • North British Locomotive Company’s Engine for
  • G.I.P. Railway, 590 {Two-page Supplement^ December V6tk^ 1907)
  • North-Eastern Railway Dynamometer Car, 334 (Two-page Supplement^ October \th^ 1907)
  • Norway, Screw Trunk Steamer for, 442
  • Notkin Locomotive Superheater, 486
  • ODDIE’BARCLAY, High-speed Ram Pumps, 295
  • Oerlikon Works, 186, 190
  • Olympia, Machinery Exhibition, 288, 312, 337, 363; Motor Car Exhibition, 492, 496, 512, 635
  • Ord and Maddison’s Quarry Plant, 594, 595
  • Osborn’s Milling Cutter, 524
  • Ottawa, Machinery for Royal Mint, 321
  • Owens’ Ferro-concrete Groynes near Brighton. 309
  • PARKINSON’S Milling Machine (xix.,
  • Supplement^ November 1907)
  • Parsons’ Type Steam Turbines, 348
  • Patent File Company’s “ Dreadnought ” Milling File, 313
  • Pearn’s Electrically-driven Colliery Pumps, 572,
  • Peit-i-Shevket, Turkish Torpedo Cruiser, Fried. Krupp, 630
  • Pennyslvania Railroad, Express Passenger Engine 422 : New Terminus, New York, 59, 62, 80, 81 .
  • Pereczes Lignite Mine, 280
  • Pickles’ Wood-planing Machine, 92
  • Pielock Superheater, 511
  • Pilkington’s Compound Pneumatic Hammer, 6b
  • Pirie’s Paper Works, 160 {Tivo-page Supplement^ Axigusl l^thf 1907)
  • Planet, German Surveying Ship, 245
  • Ponta Delgada Works and Electrical Plant. 219
  • Poulton’s Keyless Arch for Water-tube Boilers, 272
  • Pridmore’s Moulding Machine, 194
  • Principessa Jolanda, Accident at Launch, 360, 361
  • Prussian State Railways Express Locomotive, 376 Pay de Dome Adhesion Railway, 643
  • QUEBEC Bridge Accident, 231, 235, 239, 288,
  • 292, 318, 395, 420, 498
  • RAND Water Board Plant, 436, 462, 463, 516, 520
  • Ransome’s Circular-saw Bench, 91
  • Rational Oil Engine, 171
  • Reinecker’s Tap-making Lathe, 364
  • Rhine Bridge at Homberg, 440 {Tico-page Supplement, November l.?i, 1907)
  • Rhodes’ Shearing Machine, Electric, 142
  • Richards’, G., Key-way Milling Machine, 364 Milling Machine, 364 (xiii., xiv.,
  • Supplement, November 22n</,1907)
  • Side-planing Machine, 44
  • Richardsons, Westgarth’s 30C0 Horse-power Triple-expansion Marine Engines and Pumps, 69 [Supplement, July l^tk, 1907)
  • Ridley’s Armoured Concrete System, 195
  • Rio de Janeiro Electric Power Scheme, 408
  • Robey’s Air Compressor, 368, 373, 374; Spring Mounting, 17
  • Robinson’s Woodworking Tools, 142, 143
  • Ropner and Sons, Steamer for Norway, 442
  • Ross, Hotchkiss and C-^.’s Steam Trap, 366 Rotterdam, Floating Dock at, 568, 569
  • Rowan’s Gas Power Plant, 616, 619
  • Royal Agricultural Society’s Show at Lincoln, 16, 30
  • Royal Edward Dock and Entrance Lock, Avon- mouth, 8, 9
  • Ruston, Proctor’s Compound Tandem Dropvalve Engine, 30, 31; Road Scarifier, 30
  • SAINT Nazaire, Port, 127, 422
  • Samuelson’s High Pressure Blower, 635
  • Sandycroft Company’s Tandem Drum Steam
  • Winding Engine. 448, 449 {Tivo-paqe Szipple-ment. Novemb&i' Is^, 1907)
  • “SaTco" Steam Meter, 363
  • Saunderson’s Portable Air-cooled Engine, 592
  • Savage Brothers’ Motor Wagon, 16
  • Savery’s Launch Engine, Dynamo and Boiler, 272
  • Schenectady Locomotive Superheater, 485
  • Schiess’ Lathe, 56
  • Schlatter and Deutsch, Apparatus for Gas Analysis, 18, 46
  • Schlick’s Gyroscopic Apparatus for Ships, 515
  • Schmidt Locomotive Superheater, 485
  • Schuchardt’s Castellating Machine, 337
  • Drill, Five-spindle, 337 Grinding Machine, 337 Lathe, High-speed, 337 “Scleroscope” Testing Instrument, 580 Scotstoun Works, Yarrow’s, 487 {Four-page Supplement, November l^tk, 1907)
  • Selig’s Gear Hobbing Machine, 339 Oil-grooving Lathe, 314
  • Sheffield Car Company’s Light Petrol Locomotive, 650
  • Sheffield-Simplex, Details of Motor Car, 492, 494
  • Sheppee Motor Car Feed Pump, 339
  • Shrewsbury Accident, 385, 413
  • Siemens Electrical Plant at Cambrian Collieries. 20, 21 ’ Sirene, French Submarine, 207
  • Smith and Coventry, Milling Machines (xiv., xv., Supplement, November 22nd, 1907)
  • Smithfield Cattle Show, 692
  • Somersetshire Derelict Railway, 146
  • Southampton’s New 16-Acre Dock, 84
  • Spencer’s Milling Machines (xiv., xv., xvi,, Supplement, November 22nd, 1907)
  • Steward’s Tubeless Semi-flash Boiler, 580
  • Stirk’s Boring and Turning Mill, 313 ; Radial Drilling Machine, 70'; Correction, 113
  • Stoneywood Paper Works, 160 [Tivo-page &u'p'ple- ment, A^lg^lstl^th^ 1907)
  • Stothert and Pitt’s Electrical Capstan, 66
  • Styria, Icon and Steel Institute Visit. 410
  • Suevic, Repairing, Harland and Wolff, 311, 375, 475
  • Sullivan’s Tandem Cylinder Air Compressor, 478 Sydney Railway Station, 648
  • TANGYE’S Milling Machines (xv,, xvi., xvii,, Supplement^ November 22n<Z, 1907)
  • Tanjong Pagar, Combined Tug and Salvage Steamer, 186
  • Tannett, Walker’s Lewis-Hunter Coaling Cranes. 32, 34, 36
  • Tartar, H.M. Torpedo-boat Destroyer, 624
  • Taylor and Challen’s Machinery for Royal Mint. Ottawa. 321
  • Taylor’s Beater, 160
  • Tees, Graving Docks and Shipyard on, 388, 389
  • Teltow Canal, 656
  • Thornycroft’s Customs Cruiser for Brazil. 170 Details of Motor Car and Engines, 492
  • Torpedo Boat for Brazil, 294, 342, 346
  • Torpedo-boat Destroyer, H M., Tartar, 624
  • Turkish Torpedo Cruiser Peit-i-Shevket, 630
  • Typhonoide, French Racing Launch, 246
  • UNITED STATES, Tests of Turbo Generators in, 439
  • VAJDA-HUNYAD Blast Furnaces and Iron Mines, Hungary, 236, 238
  • Valveless Motor Car at Olympia, 612
  • Vaughan and Horsey’s Locomotive Superheater, 486
  • Vernon-Harcourt, Leveson Francis, 285 Victor Hugo, French Cruiser, 46 Victoria Station Platform Indicator, 603
  • WARD’S Milling Machines (xvi., xvii., xx,, &iip- plemenl^ Fovertiber 22i2zZ, 1907)
  • Ward’s Turret Lathe, 169
  • Washington, New Union Station, 539
  • Webster’s Profile Milling Machines (xvii., xviii,, xix,, Sicpplem^eni, November 22nc^, 1907)
  • Wilcox’s PiungerPump, 120
  • Wilkinson’s Feed-water Heater, 196
  • Wilkinson and Son, Milling Machine (xix.,
  • Supplement^ November “^^nd^ 1907)
  • Wilson’s Breakdown Crane. 194
  • Wolf’s Drilling Machines, 338
  • Wolf’s Transformers, 338
  • Worthington’s Pumping Engines at the Rand, 462
  • “Y” CLASS, French Submarine Boat 207
  • Yarrow’s Clyde Works at Scotstoun, 487 [Four-page Supplement, November lWiil^^'J} \
  • - Torpedo Boat for Brazil, 294
  • ZEEBRUGGE and Bruges, 77
  • Zwaartkopjes Power-house and Pump, 436, 462, 463, 516, 520

Subject Matter

  • AIR Compressor, Duplex, Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Co., 168
  • 1200 H.P., Robey, 368, 373, 374
  • Tandem Cylinder, Sullivan Company, 478
  • Axle Greaser, Falcon, 340
  • BENDING Machines—see Machine Tools Blast Furnaces in Hungary, 236, 238
  • Bleaching and Beating Plant for Paper Works, Masson, 160
  • Blower, High-pressure, Samuelson’s, 635 Boiler Explosion, Greenwich, 620, 647
  • Large Donkey, Cochran, 451
  • Tubeless, Semi-flash, Steward, 580
  • Water-tube, Keyless Arch for, Poulton, 272 Boring Machines—see Machine Tools Bridge, Bascule, Double, at Duisbourg, 129, 130, 138
  • Hell Gate, Proposed, New York, 105 Homberg-Ruhrort, Over the Rhine at, 440 {Tuo-page Supplement. November DM907) ‘
  • Bridge, Quebec, Accident, 231, 235, 239, 288,
  • 292, 318, 395, 420, 498, 600
  • Buildings at Franco-British Exhibition, 544, 548
  • CANAL, Bruges to Zeebrugge, 11 Teltow, 656
  • Capstan, Electrical, Stothert and Pitt, 66
  • Coal Cranes at Cardiff Docks, Lewis-Hunter Type, Tannett Walker, 32, 34, 36
  • Hoists at Cardiff Docks, Armstrong, Whitworth, 32, 34, 36
  • Testing Plant, 382, 383
  • Concrete, Armoured, Ridley’s System, 195
  • Conduit and Reservoir at the Rand, 463
  • Viaduct, Armoured, at Deurne-Merxem, 156
  • Conveying Plant at Transvaal Mines, 581, 606
  • Cooling Towers, Capacity of, 268
  • Copper and Copper Alloys, Corrosion of, Rhodin, v3, 75
  • Crane, Coaling, Tannett-Walker, 32, 34, 36 Derrick, at Franco-British Exhibition, 544, 548
  • 10-Ton Breakdown, Wilson’s, 194 150-Ton Hydraulic Luffing, Armstrong, Whitworth, 67 (Supplement^ July 19<A, 1907)
  • 20-Ton Self-propelling Breakdown for Caledonian Railway, Craven’s, 324
  • DAMS and Channels at Necaxa Power Works, 466, 467, 470 ; Masonry, Booking, 310
  • Detartariser Feed-heater, 339
  • Dock, Avonmouth, 8, 9
  • Bruges, 77
  • Cardiff New South, 32, 34, 35, 90
  • Hang-Kong Dry, 631
  • Rotterdam Floating, 568, 569
  • Royal Edward, at Avonmouth, 8, 9 Southampton, London and South-Western Railway, 84
  • Docks, Graving, and Shipyard on the Tees, 388, 389
  • Doors, Self-opening, Carey, 501
  • Dredger, Twin-screw Sand Pump, Ferguson’s, 525
  • Drilling Machines and Rock Drills—see Machine Tools.
  • ELECTRIC Generator for Motor Vehicles, Electric Ignition Company’s Plant, 635
  • Plant at Oerlikon Works, 186, 187, 188, 190
  • Plant at the Rand, 462, 463
  • Power Plant at the Cambrian Collieries, Siemens Brothers, 20, 21
  • Power plant at Necaxa, Mexico, 466, 467, 470, 536, 537
  • Supply for Greenwich, Proposed Power-house and Area of Supply, 306
  • Supply for Rio de Janeiro, 408 Transformers, Wolf’s, 338 Electricity in the Azores, 219
  • Works, Huddersfield, Cole, Marchent and Morley’s Drop Valve Engine, 54 (Supplement^ July 1907) Engine, Compound Tandem Drop Valve, Ruston, Proctor, 30, 31
  • Compound Vertical Drop Valve, Cole, Marchent and Morley, 54 (Supplement. July 19ZA, 1907)
  • Gas, for Cotton Mill, Mather and Platt, 598, 605
  • Gas Power Plant, Rowan, 616, 619
  • Gas, Suction Plant, 300 Horse-power, National Gas Eogine Company, 652, , 659
  • Marine 3000 Horse-power Triple-expansion, Richardsons, Westgarth, 69 (Sup- plenient, Jtily 1907)
  • Oil, The Rational, Heatly, Gresham, 171
  • Portable Air-cooled, Saunderson, 592 portable Superheated Steam, Garrett’s, 566
  • Traction, Fowler, 593
  • Traction, Spring Mounting for, Robey and Co., 16, 17
  • Traction, Steam, for Snow Roads, 94
  • Winding, Tandem Drum Steam, Sandy- croft Company, 448, 449 (Two-page Supplement. November Is^, 1907) Engines, Adriatic’s Quadruple-expansion, 270, 271
  • Motor Car, at Olympia, 492, 496 Engineering Shops and Laboratories at Bedford Grammar School, 42
  • Exhibition, Franco-British, 544, 548, 567
  • Olympia, Machinery, 288, 312, 337, 363
  • Olympia, Motor Car, 492, 496, 512 Explosive Mixture Motors, Commander A. B. Willits, United States Navy, 273, 299
  • FACING and Flattening Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Feed-water Heater, Wilkinson’s, 196
  • Files—see Machine Tools
  • Firing a Blast in a Bore-hole, 437
  • Forges and Mines of Hungary, 280, 287
  • Furnace, Blast, in Lithgow, New South Wales, 64, 65
  • GAS Engines and Plant—see Engines
  • Gas Fuel, Apparatus for Analysing, Schlatter and Deutsch, 18, 46
  • Gates, Lock, Teltow Canal, 657 ; Sluice, Belleek, 650
  • Gauges, Pressure, Testing, 191, 325, 351
  • Girders, Continuous, 305
  • Grinding Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Groynes, Ferro-concrete, near Brighton, 309
  • Gyroscopic Apparatus for Steadying Ships, Schlick, 615
  • HAMMERS—see Machine Tools
  • Harbour, Z^ebrogge, 77 Hydro-Electric—see Electric
  • INDEXING Apparatus for Milling Machines,
  • Ludwig Loewe, 117
  • Indicator, Platform, at Victoria Station, 603
  • Ingot-heating Apparatus, Gutehoffnungshutte, 172
  • Iron Mines in Hungary, 236, 238
  • Iron and Steel Institute Visits, Bohemia, Moravia,
  • and Styria, 385, 410
  • Ironworks, Craiginches, Harper’s, 109
  • JOINTS, Expansion, Beck’j#, 452
  • LAMP, Crompton-Blondel Arc, 570
  • Lathes—see Machine Tools
  • Lighthouse, Fastnet Rock, 257, 259, 264
  • Lock and Bolts, Margewood, 363
  • Locomotive, Atchison, Topeka and Santa F6, Various Types, 253
  • Atlantic Type, Great Indian. Peninsular Railway, 590, 591 {Tico-page Siippleiiieut^ Decewher 19o7)
  • Electric Towing, 657
  • Great Northern Railroad, U.S.A., Mallet, 347
  • Great Western, Six-coupled Four- cylinder Non-compound, 27
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire, 209, 214 lTv:o-paqe Supplemetd. Septemher Wi, 1907)
  • Light Petrol, Sheffield Car Company, 650
  • Mallet Compound, Erie Railroad, 290, 293
  • Midland, Four-coupled Express Passenger, 4, 18, 283 {Suppleiiienl^ Jiily 1907)
  • Mineral, Small, in Hungary, 236
  • Pennsylvania Railroad, Express Passenger, 422
  • Pistons and Stuffing-boxes for Superheated Steam, Garbe, 531
  • Prairie Type, Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe, 253
  • Prussian State, Express, 376
  • Pay de D6me Railway, 643
  • Superheaters, Garbe, 407, 435, 459, 485, 511, 531, 662. 565
  • Tube Plates, Repair of, 324 Lubricator, Automatic, Caloin, 144

Machine Tools:

  • Bending Machine, Bradley’s, 349
  • Bending Press, Hydraulic, for Pipes, Leeds Engineering and Hydraulic Company, 602
  • Bolt Screwing and Nut-tapping Machine, Heap, 365
  • Boring and Turning Mill, Stirk’s, 313
  • Castellating Machine, Schuchardt’s, 337
  • Design, Nicolson and Dempster Smith, 56, 76, 203 251
  • Drilling Machine, Hand, Wolff’s, 338
  • Five-spindle, Schuchardt’s, 337
  • Radial, Stirk and Sons, 70 (Correction, 113) and Tapping Machine, Butler’s, 314 Facing Machine for Gun Turrets, Portable, Hetherington, 92
  • File, Milling, “Dreadnought,” 313 Flattening Machine, Craig, 312 Gear Hobbing Machine, 339
  • Grinding Machine, NewalVs Universal, 316, 320 Sehuchardt, 337
  • Twist Drill, Mayer, 364 Hammer, Compound Pneumatic, Pilkington, 66 Lathe, Drummond’s Centre, 312
  • High-speed, Darling and Sellers, 338 High-speed, Schuchardt, 337 Oil Grooving, Selig, 314 60in, Screw-cutting, Schiers, 66 Tap-making, Reinecker, 364 32in. Screw-cutting, Hulse, 56 12in. Inclined Turret, Ward, 169 Milling Cutter, Osborn, 524
  • Cutters, Manufacture and Upkeep, Ashton, 660
  • Machine, Key-way, G. Richards, 364
  • Screw, Holroyd, 340
  • Various (for Names of Makers —see Index to Miscellaneous Articles, Special Supple- Tuenl^ Nove'mbev 1907)
  • Moulding Machine, Rock-over Drop, Pridmore’s, 194
  • Nipple-making Machine, Heap, 365
  • Planing Machine, Side, Geo. Richards, 44
  • Wood, Pickles, 92
  • and Milling Machine, Hetherington, 392, 397
  • Saw Bench, Circular, Ransome’s, 91
  • Saw, Hack, Holroyd’s, 340
  • Shearing Machine, Electrical, Rhodes’, 142 Slotting Machine, Haworth, 426
  • Turning Tool, Roller Steady, Herbert’s, 222

Maps:

  • Atchison, Topeka, and Santa F^ Railway System, 253
  • Birmingham Canal System, 103 Bristol and Birmingham New Route, 361 Great Central Railway Improvements, 385 Havre, Port of, 358
  • Rennet and Avon Canal, 587 Necaxa Power Schemes, 466 Now York Railways, 106 Peterhead Harbour, 164
  • Saint Nazaire, Port, 127, 422 Shropshire Union Canal System, 104 South Wales, Canals of, 687
  • Sulina Branch of the Danube, 279 Teltow Canal, 656
  • Water Supply of the Rand, 436
  • MINT, Ottawa, Machinery for, Taylor and Challen, 321
  • Motor Car Details and Engines at Olympia, 492. 496,512 (for Names of Exhibitors see “Names" Index, and also Vehicles”)
  • Motor Car, Steam, cate, 492, 496
  • PAPER Works at f , -
  • page Supplement^ August 16?A, 1907)
  • Pipe Joint, Doulton, 450
  • Pipes, Hydraulic Bending Press for, Leeds Engineering Co,, 602
  • Piston Rings, Allen and Simmonds’, 363
  • Planing Machine—see Machine Tools
  • Pliers, Nut, Avery, 222
  • Pneumatic Rock Drill, Firth, 218
  • Pneumatic Tools, 131
  • Port of Havre Development, 368 ; St. Nazaire, 127, 422
  • Portrait, Lord Kelvin, 623, 627; Vernon-Harcourt, L. F., 285
  • Power Works at Necaxa, 466, 467, 470
  • Producer, 150 H.P. Suction Gas, National Gas Engine Co., 652, 659
  • Pulverising Machine. Bradley. 90
  • Pump. Automatic Vacuum Lift, Lamp Pump Syndicate, 16
  • Electrically-driven Colliery, Pearn, 572, 577
  • Feed, for Motor Cars, 339
  • Gearing with Concrete Fly-wheel, at the Rand, 437
  • High-speed Ram, Oddie-Barclay, 295
  • Plunger, High Duty, Wilcox’s, 120
  • Vertical Boiler Feed, Nicols’, 91
  • Pumping Engines, Triple-expansion, Fawcett, Preston’s, 112,116, 117
  • Plant at the Rand, 436, 462, 516, 520
  • Pumps, Air and Circulating, Richardson’s, Westgarth, 69
  • - Centrifugal 40 Horse-power Motor-driven, at Cambrian Collieries, 21
  • - Colwyn Bay Sewage Works, 438, 444
  • - Gas and Air, Mather and Piatt, 605
  • Pyrometer and Hardening Furnace, 660
  • QUARRY Plant, Ord and Maddison, 594, 595
  • RAIL Corrugation, 401
  • Railway, Derelict, Somerset Mineral, 146
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire, Rolling Stock and Works, 209, 214, 245
  • London and North-Western, Accident at Shrewsbury, 385, 413
  • Michigan Central, Submarine Tunnel, 524 *
  • New South Wales, Station at Sydney, 648
  • North-Eastern, Dynamometer Car, 334 {Tivo-page Supplement. Octobei' 1907)
  • Pennsylvania, New Terminus, New York, 59, 62, 80, 81
  • Puy de D6me Adhesion, 643
  • South-Eastern and Chatham, Ludgate Hill Station, 119
  • Station, Sydney, 648 Tracks for High-speed Traffic, 197
  • Washington. New Union Station, 539
  • Rings, Strength of, 614 ; (Letters), 451, 476, 603. 518, 652, 579, 604, 632 ’ *
  • Roller, Motor, Barford and Perkins, 16, 17
  • Roller, Steady Turning Tool, Herbert’s, 222
  • SCARIFIER, Road, Ruston, Proctor, 30
  • Screen, Rejector, 594, 596
  • Screw Gauges, 262
  • Screw and Stud Driver. Carter and Wright, 416
  • Sea Defence Works at Hornsea, 134
  • Seed Dresser, Dossor, 16
  • Sewage Works at Colwyn Bay, 438, 444

Ships: British Navy:

  • Bellerophon, Battleship, 84, 86
  • Ghurka, Destroyer, 452, 676
  • Kestrel, Destroyer, in Dock, 173
  • Tartar, Torpedo-boat Destroyer, 624

Ships: Foreign Navies:

  • Brazilian Customs Cruiser Amapa. Thoniv- croft, 170 r . J-
  • Brazilian Torpedo Boat Goyaz, 294, 342, 346
  • French Battleship La Libert^ at St. Nazaire. 422 *
  • Cruiser Victor Hugo, 46
  • Submarines and Submersibles, 207
  • German Surveying Ship Planet, 245
  • Ships {continued)*,—
  • German Turbine Torpedo-boat Destroyers, 256 397
  • Turkish Torpedo Cruiser Peit-i-Shevket, 630

Ships: Miscellaneous:

  • Adriatic, White Star Liner, Engines, 270, 271
  • Clermont. Paddle-wheel Steamer, 153
  • Electric Tug Boat, 657
  • Lusitania, Cunard Turbine Liner, J. Brown and Co., Ld., 10,12, 38, 44, 292, 344, 46, 468, 566
  • Principessa Jolanda, Italian Liner, Accident at Launch, 360, 361
  • Steam Launch Machinery, Savery, 272
  • Steam Navigation, Centenary, 153
  • Steamer, Screw Trunk, for Norway, 442
  • Suevic, Repairing, 311, 375, 475
  • Tug and Salvage Steamer, Combined, Tanjong Pagar Dock Board, 186
  • Typhonoide, French Racing Launch, 246
  • SHOW. Royal Agricultural Society, at Lincoln, 16, 30, 31
  • Show, Smithfield Cattle, 592
  • Signalling Apparatus, Submarine, 155
  • Sluice Gates at Belleek, 650
  • Sparking Plug Connector, Martyn and Co., 46 Stamping Works, Deritend, 298
  • Steam Meter, “ Sarco,” 363 ; Trap, Ross Hotchkiss, 366
  • Steel Link Belt, Gilbert Little, 143 ; Works at Diosgyor, 280, 287
  • Stone Cubing Mill, 595
  • - Dryer and Breaking Plant, 595
  • - Grappling Machine for Submarine Work, 298
  • Superheaters, Locomotive. Garbe on, 407, 435, 459, 485, 511, 531, 562, 565
  • Syphon under a Canal, Upper Egypt, Neuhaus, 414, 418
  • TAPPING Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Tar Macadam Drying and Mixing Plant, 596, 596
  • Testing Instrument, “Scleroscope,” 580
  • Testing Machines, Electric, Buckton, 121, 147
  • Tractor, Compound Steam Motor, Clayton and Shuttleworth. 577, 578
  • Tractor, Light Oil, Marshall, 592
  • Transporters, Electric Rolling Mill, 398
  • Traversers, Electrically Driven, 504
  • Tunnel, Submarine, at Detroit River, 524
  • Turbine, Marine Steam, Practical Points in the Application of, Parsons and Ridsdale, 94
  • Turbines, Steam, Parsons Type, 348
  • Turbo Generators in the United States, 439
  • Turning Toole—see Machine Tools
  • VALVE Gear, Deeley, Midland Railway Express Engine, 4, 18, 286
  • Valve, Safety Stop, Alexander, 366
  • WAGON, Motor, Savage Bros., 16; Steam, Mann’s, 16
  • Water Power Works at Loch Leven, 336
  • Water Supply of Manchester, 83
  • Water Supply of the Rand, 436, 462, 463, 516, 520
  • Wire Rope Haulage Clip, 340
  • Wood-planing Machine Tool, Glover, 120
  • Woodworking Tools, Robinson, 142, 143
  • Works, Avonside Engineering, 622, 626
  • - Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Co., 154, 164
  • - Oerlikon, 186, 190
  • - Rowan’s Engineering, 616, 619
  • Yarrow’s at Scotstoun, 487 {Four-page Supplement^ Fovemhee 15<A, 1907)

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