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The Engineer 1913 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1913 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.

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Names

A

  • A. B. DIESELS MOTORER Polar-Diesel Engines, Marine and Stationary, 434
  • Abbey Mills Sewage Pumping Station, 64, 68
  • Accrington Electricity Works, Gas Plant at, National Gas Engine Company, 362, 367
  • Adams Manufacturing Company’s New Switchgear, 205
  • Ais Gill Railway Disaster, 252, 257, 281, 306, 309, 575, 681 ; (Letters), 315, 340, 421, 448, 504, 582, 607
  • Alarm, Mersey Bar Lightship, Hawthorns and Co., 72
  • Allen, R. W., on Modern Pumping Machinery for Drainage of the Fens, 142
  • Alien, W. H., Son and Co., Pump Suction Chamber, 90
  • Allen, W. H., Son and Co., Works at Bedford, 4 (Two-page Supplement, July 4th, 1913)
  • Alley and MacLellan’s Non-propelled Dredger for Egypt, 234
  • America, Concrete Building Construction in, 411
  • America, The Diesel Engine in, 189
  • American Locomotives, Some Recent, 135, 167, 174
  • American Vertical Lift Drawbridges, 562, 616, 628
  • Ames-Holden Factory with Reinforced Concrete Interior, 221
  • Andrews, Ewart S., on the Compressive Strength of Concrete and Stone, 296
  • Andrews, Ewart S., on Reverse Bending Moments in Fixed Beams, 203
  • Andrews, Ewart S., on the Revised L.C.C. Reinforced Concrete Regulations, 356, 461
  • Argus Motoren Gesellschaft Engine, 594
  • Armstrong, Sir W. G., Whitworth and Co.’s Luffing Crane for Gladstone Dock, 230, 231
  • Armstrong, Sir W. G., Whitworth and Co.’s Mounting for 12in. Naval Guns, 457. (Two- page Supplement, October 31st, 1913)
  • Arrol-Johnston-Edison Electric Car. 524
  • Asquith, William, Armour Plate Drilling and Tapping Machine, 442, 450
  • Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad Locomotives, 135, 167, 174
  • Attar el Naby Port at Cairo, 9
  • Aurora, H.M. Light Cruiser, 366
  • Austin Motor Company, Chassis, 99, 100
  • Averoineter, Average Speed Indicator for Motor Cars, British Low Accessories Company, 16, 34
  • Avro Seaplane, 100 Horse-power, A. V. Roe and Co., 371 (Two-page Supplement, October 8rd, 1913)

B

  • BABCOCK and Wilcox’s Boiler and Superheater for Queensland University, 195, 196
  • Bailey, Sir William (Portrait), 577
  • Ball, J. D. W., on Reduced Live Loads on Railway Underbridges, 377
  • Bardney, Great Northern Railway, Timber Bridge over the River Witham (Supplement, November 28th, 1913)
  • Bedford, Queen’s Engineering Works, W. H. Allen, Son and Co., 4 (Two-page Supplement, July 4th, 1913)
  • Beilby Cooler, 275
  • Bengough, G. D., Report to Corrosion Committee of the Institute of Metals, 244, 255, 263, 287, 313, 344, 371
  • Benz Engine, 100 Horse-power, 593
  • Bietschthal Viaduct, Lotschberg Railway, 17, 18
  • Blackstone Portable Oil Engine, 620
  • Blakeborough and Sons’ 94in. Valve for Pumping Plant, 284
  • Bottcher Power Counter with Maihak Indicator, 370
  • Brazil, Straker’s Oil Motor Winch, 37
  • Brearley Curve Tracer, 157
  • Breguet Turbines of French Torpedo-boat Destroyer Commandant Riviere, 178 (Two- page Supplement, August 15th, 1913)
  • Brett’s Patent Lifter Company’s Buffer Bloom Heating Furnace and Oil Burner, 47
  • Bristol Experimental Sea Temperature Indicator and Recorder, 194
  • Bristol, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show at, 10, 37, 529
  • Bristol Thermo-couple, 194
  • British Low Accessories Company, “Avero- meter” Speed Indicator for Motor Cars, 634
  • British Thomson-Houston Electrical Drive for Rolling Mill Worm Gearing, 182
  • British Thomson-Houston Half Watt Mazda Lamp, 258
  • British Thomson-Houston Rotaries, 88
  • British Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company’s Improvements in Gas and Oil Engines, 528 ; (Letter), 607
  • Broadbent, T., and Sons, 100-Ton Electric Overhead Travelling Crane, 658
  • Broadheath Engineering Works, Geo. Richards and Co., 114, 120
  • Brown-Boveri Driving and Control Gear, 513, 514
  • Brown, D., and Son, Machine Tools for the Production of Worm Gears, 464, 465, 498
  • Brown, John, and Co., Twin-screw Steam Yacht Sapphire, 486, 489, 494 (Two-page Supplement, November 7th, 1913)
  • Brown-Boveri’s Single-phase Locomotives for the Rhee tian Railway, 359
  • Bruce-Peebles Converters, 153, 154
  • Bruce-Peebles Electrical Plant at Accrington Electricity Works, 362, 367
  • Bryson Cooler, 275
  • Buenos Aires Western Railway Petrol Rail Car, Drewry Car Company, Limited, 277
  • Bulak Bridge over the Nile at Cairo, 403 (Two- page Supplement, October 17th, 1913)
  • Burbery, J. Stone, “Unsinkable” Boat Design, 342
  • Busch, Sulzer Diesel Engine, 189, 191

C

  • CAIRO, Bulak Bridge at, 403 (Two-page Supplement, October 17th, 1913)
  • Cairo, New Port for Nile Boats at, 9
  • Calcutta, The Port of, 247
  • California, Motor Ship, Burmeister and Wain, 386
  • Callendar Temperature Recorder, 158
  • Cambridge Scientific Instrument Company’s Ripograph and Crack Micrometers, 656
  • Campbell Crude Oil Engine, 621, 622
  • Campbell Gas Engine Company’s Gas Engine and Producer at Doncaster Works, 574, 582
  • Carels-Diesel Engines of the Auxiliary Sailing Ship France, 669, 673, 680 (Two-page Supplement, December 26th, 1913)
  • Carels Freres Diesel Engine at Doncaster Works, 582
  • Cerbere and Pluton, French Mine Layers, 515 ; (Additional Note), 587
  • Chambers, Scott and Co.’s Electric Luggage Winch, 487
  • Chance Brothers’ Optical Apparatus and Fogsignalling Apparatus for Mersey Bar Lightship Alarm, 72
  • Chaplain, Largest Steamer Built on the Loire, 231
  • Chatley, Professors H., and H. T. Wright, on Tangshan Colliery, North China, 537, 546
  • Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Locomotive, 167
  • Chester, Hydro-electric Power Plant at, 406, 407, 414
  • Chiappella Power Station, 216, 217, 226, 242, 269, 297
  • Chicago, Burlington, and Quincy Railroad Locomotive, 168, 174
  • Chicago, Halsted-street Lift Bridge at, 562
  • Citta di Milano, Forlanini Airship, 251
  • Clayton and Shuttleworth’s Valveless Oil Engines, 38, 39
  • Clerk, Dugald, Experimental Gas Engine, 77
  • Clerk, Dugald, on Working Fluid of Internal Combustion Engines, 50, 76, 102
  • Cochrane, John, Centrifugal Pumps for Abbey Mills Sewage Station, 64, 68
  • Commandant Riviere, French Destroyer, 178 (Two-page Supplement, August 15th, 1913)
  • Connersville Blower Company’s Cycloidal Pumps for Power-house Work, 581
  • Courbet, French Battleship, 36, 42, 250; (Correction), 92
  • Creak, Robert B., on Modern Flour Mill Machinery, 476
  • Crocker, E. G., on the Drainage of the River Ouse, 144 ; (Letters), 181, 206
  • Crompton, Col. R. E. B., on the Mechanical Engineering Aspects of Road Construction, 682
  • Crossley Brothers’ Gas Engine and Producer at Doncaster Works, 574, 582
  • Crossley’s Four-cycle Semi-Diesel Oil Engine, 37
  • Crossley’s 70 B.H.P. Gas Engine, 37
  • Crossley-Shelsley Model 15 H.P. Chassis and Engine, 525
  • Cubillo, General L., on Armour-piercing Projectiles, 271
  • Cunarder Lusitania, Engine-room Ventilation. 223
  • Cuniberti, General Vittorio Emanuele (Portrait), 684
  • Cunliffe and Croom’s Locomotive Wheel Quartering Machine, 285
  • Czarewitch, The, at Mole No. 2, 379

D

  • DAIMLER Aeroplane Engines, 593, 594
  • Darwin Double Thread Recorder, 157
  • Dickinson Machine Tool Company’s Boring, Drilling, and Milling Machine, 502
  • Doncaster Works, Great Northern Railway, Power Plants at, 574, 582
  • Drake Standard Machine Works’ Apparatus for Concreting by Compressed Air, 207
  • Drewry Car Company’s Petrol Rail Car, Buenos Aires Western Railway, 277
  • Dryers Limited, Impregnating Plant for Dynamo Stators, 224
  • Dublin, Twin Scherzer Bridges at, 304, 308
  • Dundee, University College, New Engineering Laboratories at, 417

E

  • EASTERN Bengal State Railway Bridge over the Lower Ganges, 273, 280
  • Edison Illuminating Company’s Automatic Sub-station, 222
  • Erie Railroad Locomotive, 135

F

  • FERGUSON Brothers’ Twin-screw Harbour Tug and Passenger Tender Ludwig Wiener, 632, 633
  • Fery Absorption Pyrometer, 158
  • Forlanini Airship, Citta di Milano, 251
  • Fowler, John, and Co.’s Motor Plough, 10
  • France, Auxiliary Sailing Ship, 669, 673, 680 (Two-page Supplement, December 26th, 1913)
  • Francis Type Turbines at Chester, 406, 407, 414
  • French Battleship Lorraine, 675, 677
  • French Destroyer Commandant Rividre, 178 (Two-page Supplement, August 15th, 1913)
  • French Dreadnought Courbet, 36, 42, 250 ; (Correction), 92
  • French Mine Layers Cerbdre and Pluton. 515, 516 ; (Additional Note), 587

G

  • GELRIA, Royal Holland Liner, 447
  • German Aeroplane Motor Competition, 548, 593
  • Gibbs, J., and Son, Drying and Conditioning Machine for Grain, 554
  • Gibson, Professor A. H., and J. H. Thompson, on Experiments on “Suction” between Passing Vessels, 22
  • Giovi Line and Chiappella Station, 216, 217, 226, 242, 269, 297
  • Great Northern Railway—see also King’s Cross
  • Great Northern Railway (Sixteen-page Supplement, November 28th, 1913)
  • Great Northern Railway Bridges and Viaducts, pp. iv, vii, xv (Sixteen-page Supplement, November 28th, 1913)
  • Great Northern Railway Four-coupled Superheater Passenger Locomotive (Two-page Supplement, November 28th, 1913)
  • Great Northern Railway Locomotives from 1847 to 1877, pp. i, vi (Sixteen-page Supplement, November 28th, 1913)
  • Great Northern Railway Locomotives, Recent, p. xii (Sixteen-page Supplement, November 28th, 1913)
  • Great Northern Railway Rolling Stock, p. xvi (Sixteen-page Supplement, November 28th, 1913)
  • Great Northern Railway Six-coupled Superheater Express Goods Locomotive (Two-page Supplement, November 28th, 1913)
  • Great Western Railway Station at Snow-hill, Birmingham, Reconstruction, 288, 289 (Two- page Supplement, September 12th, 1913)
  • Greek Torpedo-boat Destroyer of the “Lion” Class, Cammell, Laird and Co., 59 (Two-page Supplement, July 18th, 1913)
  • Gregory Stirrup Frame, 168

H

  • HALSTED-STREET Lift Bridge at Chicago, 562, 618
  • Halvorsen, Professor Ole G., on Propeller Experiments, 325
  • Hampton, C. and J., Quick-acting Vice, 527
  • Hawthorns’ Lightship Alarm for Mersey Bar, 72
  • Henderson Crystalliser, 275
  • Herbert, Alfred, Limited, All-gear Vertical Milling Machine, 662
  • Herbert, Alfred, Limited, Combination Turret Lathe, 284
  • Herbert, Edward G., Automatic Bar Saw, 422
  • Holborn and Kurlbaum Optical Pyrometer, 183
  • Hong-Kong, Dockyards and Shipbuilding at, 163
  • Hong-Kong, University of, 110
  • Hopkinson, Professor B., on a New Method of Cooling Gas Engines, 115; (Letters), 206
  • Hornsbv’s Mowing Machine Driving Mechanism, 39
  • Howden, James (Portrait), 577

I

  • IDEAL Agricultural Motor Company’s “Ideal” Tractor Plough, 529
  • Idealia, Diesel Engine Yacht, 189
  • Illinois University, Locomotive Testing Plant at, 235
  • Immingham Docks, Reinforced Concrete Grain Store at, 566, 567
  • India Rubber, Gutta Percha and Telegraph Works Company’s Motor and Gear for Operating Boiler Dampers, 527
  • India Rubber, Gutta Percha and Telegraph Works Company’s Portable Electrically Driven Pumping Plant, 419
  • Inglis, Dr. J., on the Trials of Ferry Steamers Propelled by Geared Turbines, 30
  • Institution of Civil Engineers, New Building, 445
  • Iron Duke, H.M. Battleship, 550
  • Italian Cruiser San Giorgio, Stranding and Salvage, 592, 659
  • Italian 15in. Shells, Lathes for, 688
  • Ivell Motor Hoe, 620

J

  • JOHNSTON, E. A., on Train Control, 34, 57, 86, 112, 151

K

  • KEARNS’ Surfacing, Boring, and Milling Machine, 259
  • Kerr, William, on the Steam Friction of Turbine Wheels, 208, 209
  • Kershaw, J. B. C., on the Impurities of the Atmosphere, 429
  • Kiang Wah, T.S. River Steamer, 355
  • King, A. S., Box Nailing Machine, 472
  • King, C. R., on Compound Express Locomotive, Paris, Lyons and Mediterranean Railway, 430
  • King’s Cross Station, Great Northern Railway, Views of Early Buildings (Three Supplements, November 28th, 1913)
  • King’s Cross Station Roof, p. vii (Sixteen-page Supplement, November 28th, 1913)
  • Knudsen, I., on Performance on Service of the Motor Ship Suecia, 32
  • Kowloon, Chinese Shipbuilding Yard at, 163
  • Kuala Lumpur Station and Locomotive Erecting Shop, 30

L

  • LAGOON Wet Dock, Singapore, 83, 94
  • Lanarkshire Motor Company’s Pet-rol-engined Tramway Car, 660
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Train Control, 384
  • Langelier Manufacturing Company’s Multiple Drill Head, 503
  • Lewis Air-cooled Machine Gun, 578, 579, 605
  • Lincolnshire Railway, A New, 462, 468
  • Liscum, United States Army Transport, Salved at Shanghai, 254, 258
  • Liverpool, New Landing Stage Bridge at, 125
  • Liverpool Railway Accident, 440
  • Lodge and Shipley Machine Tool Company’s Selective Head Lathe, 50
  • London County Council’s Reinforced Concrete Regulations, The Revised, Ewart S. Andrews, 356, 461
  • London County Council’s Sewage Pumping Station at Abbey Mills, 64, 68
  • London and South-Western Railway Mixed Traffic Locomotive, 581
  • London and South-Western Railway Suburban Lines* Electrification, 503
  • Lorraine, French Battleship, 675, 677
  • Lotschberg Railway, New Locomotives for, 540, 595, 696, 600
  • Lotschberg Tunnel and Railway, 14, 17
  • Low Averometer, 634
  • Lower Ganges Bridge at Sara Ghat, 273, 280
  • Ludwig Wiener, Twin-screw Harbour Tug and Passenger Tender, Ferguson Bros., 632, 633
  • Lusitania, Engine-room Ventilation, 223
  • Lutetia, South Atlantic Liner, 675

M

  • McEWAN, Pratt and Co., Petrol Hydraulic Motor Coach, 154 ; (Letter), 207
  • Maihak Indicator with Bottcher Power Counter, 370
  • Marshall, Sons and Co., Single-cylinder Traction Engine, 11
  • Martin’s Farm Pumping Station, 143
  • Mass Tractors’ Lorry, 97, 99
  • Mather and Platt’s Pattern Shop, T. Roberts, 604
  • Maudslay-Renon Piston Valve Engine, 526
  • Mavor, H. A., and J. Reid, on a Case for Electric Propulsion, 34
  • Melun Railway Disaster, 515
  • Merryweather’s Petrol-driven Fire Pumps, 76
  • Mersey Bar Lightship Alarm, Hawthorns and Co., 72
  • Midgley and Sutcliffe’s Radial Drilling Machine, 393
  • Midland Railway Bogie Stock, 608 ; (Correction), 648 (Two-page Supplement, December 5th, 1913)
  • Miles Walker Compounding System, 513
  • Moellenkamp’s “Stock” Motor Plough, 621
  • Mont Cenis Line, Electric Traction on the, 643, 654
  • Mont d’Or Tunnel, 385
  • Montreal Factory, The Aines-Holden, with Reinforced Concrete Interior, 221

N

  • NATIONAL Gas Engine Company’s Plant at Accrington Electricity Works, 362, 367
  • Neue Automobil Gesellschaft Engine, 593
  • New London Ship and Engine Company Marine Diesel Engine Works, 189
  • North British Locomotive Company’s Narrowgauge Engine for South African Railways, 490
  • North British Locomotive Company’s Tank Engine, 29

O

  • OERLIKON Company’s Generators for Diesel Engines, 312
  • Oerlikon Company’s Locomotive for the Lotschberg Railway, 595, 596, 597, 598, 600
  • Oerlikon Motor Generators and Rotary Converters, 170, 172
  • Olympia, Commercial Motor Vehicle Exhibition, 96
  • Olympia, Motor Car Show, 524
  • Owens, J. S., on Transport and Settlement of Sand in Water and a Method of Exploring Sand Bars, 343

P

  • PARIS, Lyons and Mediterranean Railway Compound Express Locomotive, C. R. King, 430
  • Paris, Lyons and Mediterranean Railway Disaster at Melun, 515
  • Paris, Lyons and Mediterranean Railway Four-cylinder Compound Locomotive, 623
  • Parsons’ Compounding System, 513
  • Pedrail Motor Wagon, Tractor, and Trailer, 97, 99
  • Pennsylvania Railroad Locomotive, 135
  • Petters’ Junior Oil Engine, 621, 622
  • Petters’ 150 H.P. Two-cycle Semi-Diesel Engine, 180
  • Physical Society’s Exhibition, 656
  • Pintsch’s Automatic Gas Shut-off Valve for the Midland Railway, 608 ; (Correction), 648
  • Pletts, J. St. Vincent, on Spring Design, 61; (Letter), 127
  • Portland, U.S.A., Double-deck Lift Bridge, -616, 617, 628
  • Preece, Sir William Henry, 501
  • Preece, Sir William Henry (Portrait), 517
  • Premier Gas Engine Company’s Gas Engines for Abbey Mills Sewage Pumping Station, 64, 68
  • Prentice System of Automatic Wireless Train Control at Hampton Court, 231
  • Price and Belsham, Fly-wheel Adjustable Cramp, 92
  • Prickwillow Pumping Station, 142

Q

  • QUEBEC Bridge, Construction of the Masonry for, 327, 336
  • Queen Elizabeth, H.M. Battleship, 450
  • Queen’s Engineering Works, Bedford, W. H. Allen, Son and Co., 4 (Two-page Supplement, July 4th, 1913)
  • Queensland University, Boiler and Superheaters for, Babcock and Wilcox, Limited, 195, 196
  • Queensland University, Experimental Steam Engine for, Simpson, Strickland and Co., 196, 197 ; (Letter), 607

R

  • RANSOME, Allen (Portrait), 17
  • Reavell Quadruplex Air Compressor, Even Turning Moment of, 232
  • Rhaetian Railway, Single-phase Locomotives for, 359
  • Richards, George, and Co.’s Boring Machine for Corliss Cylinders and Valve Ports, 198, 200
  • Richards, George, and Co.’s Engineering Works at Broadheath, 114, 120
  • Richards, George, and Co.’s Surfacing and Boring Machine, 687
  • Ripper, Professor W., and G. W. Burley, on the Cutting Power of Lathe Turning Tools, 460, 651, 563, 683, 636
  • Roberts, T., on Patternmaking Department of an Engineering Works, 604
  • Robey Crude Oil Engines, 621
  • Robinson, T., and Sons’ Emery Grain Scourer, 39
  • Roe and Co.’s Aero Seaplane, 371 (Two-page Supplement, October 3rd, 1913)
  • Rosenhain and Me Isom Potentiometer, 157
  • Royal Agricultural Society’s Show at Bristol, 10, 37, 629
  • Royal Holland Lloyd Liner Gelria, 447
  • Rudman, Lancey and Craven’s Mechanical Ram Moulding Machine, The “Taunton,” 204, 205
  • Rushmore Self-starter, 524
  • Ruston, Proctor’s Compound Traction Engine, 619, 620
  • Ryde, Waterworks for, 432

S

  • SAN GIORGIO, Italian Cruiser, Stranding and Salvage, 592, 659
  • Sand Point Bridge, 617
  • Sapphire, Twin-screw Steam Yacht, John Brown and Co., Limited, 486, 489, 494 (Two- page Supplement, November 7th, 1913)
  • Scanes, A. E., Vacuum Efficiency Gauge, 526
  • Schneider’s Carels-Diesel Auxiliary Engines for the Sailing Ship France, 669, 673, 680 (Two-page Supplement, December 26th, 1913)
  • Scottish Shale Oil Industry, A. E. Von Groeling, 218, 251, 275
  • Semple, R., and Co., Sigma Automatic Metallic Packing, 626
  • Shanghai, Docks and Shipbuilding at, 355
  • Shanghai Waterworks, 324
  • Sheffield, New Reservoirs for, 510, 520
  • Siemens Brothers’ Combined Office and Workshop, F. Southey, 219
  • Sigma Automatic Metallic Packing, R. Semple and Co., 626
  • Simpson, Strickland and Co.’s Experimental Steam Engine for Queensland University, 196, 197 ; (Letter), 607
  • Singapore Harbour and Port Works, 83, 94
  • Smith, R. H., on Boiler and Economiser Efficiency and Design, 485, 522, 535, 569, 591, 615, 647, 649, 669; (Letter), 607
  • Smith and Co., W. T., System of Carding and Spinning Cotton Waste, 285
  • Smithfield Club Show, 619
  • Snow Hill Station, Birmingham, Reconstruction, 288, 289 (Two-page Supplement, September 12th, 1913)
  • Soham Mere Pumping Station, 143
  • South African Railways’ Large Narrow-gauge Locomotive, North British Locomotive Company, Limited, 490
  • South Atlantic Liner Lutetia, 675
  • Southery Scoop Wheel, 145
  • Southey, F., on Combined Office and Workshop for Siemens Brothers and Co., 219
  • Stephen and Sons, Alexander, Royal Holland Lloyd Liner Gelria, 447
  • Stephenson, Robert’, and Co., “ H ” Type Locomotive, 29
  • Stewarts and Lloyds’ Steel Pipe Joints, 685
  • “Stock” Motor Plough, Moellenkamp and Co., 621
  • Strenuous and Sturdy, H.M. Harbour Tugs, 390, 392
  • Suecia, Motor Ship, Performance on Service of the, I. Knudsen, 32
  • Surbiton Sewage Disposal Works, 137, 148

T

  • TACOMA Lift Bridge, 616, 628
  • Taikoo Docks, 163, 164
  • Talbot, Benjamin, on Modern Open-hearth Steel Furnaces, 271, 394, 395, 396
  • Tangshan Colliery, North China, Professors H. Chatley and H. T. Wright, 537, 546
  • Tangyes High-speed Wheel Lathe, 635
  • Tanjong Pagar Docks, 83, 94
  • “Taunton” Mechanical Ram Moulding Machine, Rudman, Lancey and Craven, Limited, 204, 205
  • Ten-mile River Pumping Station, 143
  • Terry, H., and Sons, Laminated Gear Wheels, 632
  • Tilghman’s Patent Sand Blast Company’s Air Compressor, 650, 651
  • Tsingtau Harbour, 378
  • Tynemouth, Electric Motor Ship, 380, 381, 388

U

  • UNITED STATES Army Transport Liscum at Shanghai, 254, 258
  • United States Army Transport Merrit, 355
  • United States, Locomotive Testing Laboratory at Illinois, 235
  • United States Vertical Lift Drawbridges, 562

V

  • VON GROELING, A. E„ on The Scottish Shale Oil Industry, 218, 251, 275

W

  • WALKER BROTHERS’ 40 H.P. Petrol Motor Wagon, 332, 333
  • Wallwork, H., and Co., Worm Gearing for Rolling Mills, 182
  • Walschaerts Valve Gear, Erie R.R. Locomotive, 136, 137
  • Waterloo Junction Accident, 473
  • Weaver, River, Ferro-concrete Work on the, 661
  • Whipple, R. S., on Modern Methods of Measuring Temperature, 117, 129, 157, 183
  • Williams’ Connecting-rod System, 624
  • Wilson. D., Steam Trap, 128
  • Wisbech Pumping Station, 143
  • Wolseley 3-Ton Lorry, 97, 98

Y

  • YARROW, H. F., on Devices to Facilitate the Coupling of Cruising Turbines, 32

Z

  • ZAMALEK Bridge, 403
  • Zwicky Liquid Pump Company, Portable Hand Pump, 316

Subjects.

A

  • ACCIDENT, Liverpool Railway, 440
  • Accident, Midland Railway, at Ais Gill, 252, 257, 281, 306, 309, 575, 681 ; (Letters) 315, 340, 421, 448, 504, 582, 607
  • Accident, Paris, Lyons and Mediterranean Railway, at M61un, 515
  • Accident, Railway, at Waterloo Junction, 473
  • Aeroplane Motor Competition, The German, 548, 593
  • Air Compressors—see Compressors
  • Airship, Citta di Milano, Ing Forlanini, 251
  • Ammonia Scrubber, Water Separator and Pre-heater, 219
  • Armour-piercing Projectiles, Manufacture of, General L. Cubillo, 271
  • Armour Plate Drilling and Tapping Machine, William Asquith, Limited, 442, 450
  • Atmosphere, The Impurities of the, J. B. C. Kershaw, 429
  • Automatic Gun—see Gun
  • Automatic Metallic Packing—see Packing
  • Automatic Sub-station, Edison Illuminating Company, 222
  • Automatic Wireless Train Control, Prentice System at Hampton Court, 231

B

  • BAND Conveyors and Elevator at Imming- ham Docks Grain Store, 566, 567
  • Belt Coal Conveyor at Middlesbrough, Spencer and Co., 341
  • Bending Moments in Fixed Beams, Ewart S. Andrews, 203
  • Benzol Electric Train for the Khedive of Egypt, 262
  • Boat—see Ships
  • Bogie Stock for the Midland Railway, 608 ; (Correction), 648 (Two-page Supplement, December 5th, 1913)
  • Boiler and Economiser Efficiency and Design, R. H. Smith, 485, 522, 535, 669, 591, 615, 647, 649, 669 ; (Letter), 607
  • Boiler and Superheater for Queensland University, Babcock and Wilcox, Limited, 195, 196
  • Boring Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Box Nailing Machine, A. S. King, 472
  • Bridge, Bulak, Over the Nile at Cairo, 403 (Two-page Supplement, October 11th, 1913)
  • Bridge, Double deck Lift, at Portland, U.S.A., 616, 617, 628
  • Bridge, Eastern Bengal State Railway Over the Lower Ganges, 273, 280
  • Bridge, Lift, Halsted-street, Chicago, 562, 618
  • Bridge, Lift, at Tacoma, 616, 628
  • Bridge, New Quebec, Construction of the Masonry for, 327, 336
  • Bridge, Timber, Over the River Witham at Bardney, Great Northern Railway (Supplement, November 28th, 1913)
  • Bridge, Timber Trestle, at Sand Point, 617
  • Bridge, Zamalek, 403
  • Bridges—see also Drawbridges
  • Bridges, Twin Scherzer, at Dublin, 304, 308
  • Bridges and Viaducts on the Great Northern Railway, pp. iv, vii, and xv (Sixteen-page Supplement, November 28th, 1913)
  • Buffer Bloom Heating Furnace, Brett’s Patent Lifter Company, 47
  • Building, New, for Institution of Civil Engi- neers, 445

C

  • CAISSONS for the Quebec Bridge Piers, 327, 336
  • Carding and Spinning Cotton Waste, W. T Smith and Co., 285
  • Cars, Motor, Engines and Chassis at Olympia, 524
  • Centrifugal Sewage Pumps at Abbey Mills, John Cochrane, 64, 68
  • Channel Tunnel, 353
  • Chassis, Austin Motor Company, 99, 100
  • Coal Conveyor, Belt, at Middlesbrough, Spencer and Co., 341
  • Colliery, Tangshan, North China, Professors H. Chatley and H. T. Wright, 537, 546
  • Compressive Strength of Concrete and Stone, Ewart S. Andrews, 296
  • Compressor, Quadruple and Air, Even Turning Moment of, Reavell and Co., 232
  • Compressor, Steam-driven Air, Tilghman’s Patent Sand Blast Company, 650, 651
  • Concrete Building Construction in America, 411
  • Concrete Regulations, The Revised L.C.C. Reinforced, Ewart S. Andrews, 356, 461
  • Concrete, Reinforced, Grain Store at Imming- ham Docks, 566, 567
  • Concrete and Stone, Compressive Strength of, Ewart S. Andrews, 296
  • Concreting by Compressed Air, Drake Standard Machine Works, 207
  • Connecting-rod System, H. Williams, 624
  • Conveyor, Belt, for Shipping Coals, Spencer and Co., 341
  • Coolers—see Oil Industry
  • Corrosion Committee of the Institute of Metals, Report by G. D. Bengough, 244, 255, 263, 287, 313, 344, 371
  • Cotton Waste, Carding and Spinning, W. T. Smith and Co., 285
  • Coupling of Cruising Turbines, Devices to Facilitate, H. F. Yarrow, 32
  • Crack Micrometers, Cambridge Scientific Instrument Company, 656
  • Cramp, Fly-wheel Adjustable, Price and Belsham, 92
  • Crane, 100-Ton Electric Overhead Travelling, T. Broadbent and Sons, 658
  • Crane, Luffing, for Gladstone Dock, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., 230, 231
  • Curve Tracer, Brearley, 157
  • Cutting Power of Lathe Turning Tools—secMachine Tools
  • Cycloidal Pumps—see Pumps

D

  • DAMPER, Boiler, Motor and Gear for Operating, India Rubber, Gutta Percha and Telegraph Works Company, 527
  • Diesel Engines—see Engines
  • Differential Flow Recorder at Chester Hydroelectric Station, 409
  • Docks, Immingham, Reinforced Concrete Grain Store at, 566, 567
  • Docks and Shipbuilding at Shanghai, 355
  • Docks, Tanjong Pagar, and Lagoon Wet Dock, Singapore, 83, 94
  • Dockyards and Shipbuilding at Hong-Kong, 163
  • Drainage of the Fens, Modern Pumping Machinery, R. W. Allen, 142
  • Drainage of the River Ouse Basin, E. G. Crocker, 144 ; (Letters), 181, 206
  • Drawbridges, Vertical Lift, 562, 616, 628
  • Dredger, Non-propelled, for Egypt, Alley and MacLellan, Limited, 234
  • Drilling Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Drying and Conditioning Machine for Grain, J. Gibbs and Son, 554

E

  • EARLY Buildings of the Great Northern Railway at King’s Cross (Three Supplements, November 28th, 1913)

ELECTRICAL MATTERS :

  • - Accrington Electricity Works, Plant at Bruce, Peebles and Co., 362, 367
  • - Compensated Alternating-current Genera tors, 513
  • - Converters, Bruce, Peebles, 153, 154
  • - Dampers, Electrically Operated, India Rubber, Gutta Percha and Telegraph Works Company, 527
  • - Doncaster Works, Great Northern Railway, Power Plants at, 574, 582
  • - Dynamo Stators, Impregnating Plant for, Dryers, Limited, 224
  • - Electric Locomotives for the Giovi Railway, 216, 217, 226
  • - Electric Traction on the Mont Cenis Line, 643, 654
  • - Electrically Propelled Vessels—see Ships
  • - Generator of Diesel Electric Railway Car, A. B. Diesels Motorer, 440
  • - Generators for Diesel Engines, Oerlikon Company, 312
  • - Locomotives for the Lotschberg Railway, 540, 595, 596, 600
  • - Modern Converting Machinery, 44, 88, 152, 163, 170
  • - Switchgear, Some New, Adams Manufacturing Company, 205
  • - Tangshan Colliery Electrical Equipment, Professors H. Chatley and H. T. Wright, 637, 546
  • - Water Rheostat, 242
  • EMERY Grain Scourer, T. Robinson and Sons, Limited, 39

ENGINES AND MOTORS:

  • - Carels-Diesel Engines of the Sailing Ship France, 669, 673, 680 (Two-page Supplement, December 26th, 1913)
  • - Compound Traction Engine, Ruston, Proctor and Co., 619, 620
  • - Conversion of Engine from Three-crank Compound Steam to Uniflow Engine, 75
  • - Crude Oil Engine, Campbell Gas Engine Co., 621, 622
  • - Crude Oil Engines, Robey and Co., 621
  • - Diesel Engine, Busch, Sulzer and Co., 189, 191
  • - Diesel Engine, 450 B.H.P., at Doncaster Works, Garels Frdres, 582
  • - Diesel Engines for Driving the Generators of the Ship Tynemouth, 381, 388
  • - Diesel Submarine Boat Engine, 350 H.P., A.-B. Diesels Motorer, 434
  • - Engines at the German Aeroplane Motor Competition, Argus, Benz, Daimler, and N.A.G., 593, 694
  • - Experimental Gas Engine, Dugald Clerk, 77
  • - Experimental Steam Engine for Queensland University, Simpson, Strickland and Co., 196, 197 ; (Letter), 607
  • - Four-cycle Semi-Diesel Oil Engine, Crossley Brothers, 37
  • - Four-cylinder Gas Engine, 475 H.P., for Abbey Mills Sewage Pumping Station, Premier Gas Engine Company, 64, 68

ENGINES AND MOTORS (continued):

  • - Gas Engine, 70 B.H.P., Crossley Brothers, 37
  • - Gas Engines, 1000 H.P., at Accrington Electricity Works, National Gas Engine Company, 362, 367
  • - Gas Engines, New Method of Cooling, Processor B. Hopkinson, 115 ; (Letters), 206
  • - Gas Engines and Producers at Doncaster Works, Crossley Brothers and Campbell Gas Engine Company, 574, 582
  • - Gas and Oil Engines, Improvements in, British Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company, 528 ; (Letter), 607
  • - Internal Combustion Engines, Working Fluid of, Dugald Clerk, 50, 76, 102
  • - Piston Valve Engine, Maudslay-Renon, 526
  • - Polar Diesel Engines for Railway Cars, A. B. Diesels Motorer, 434
  • - Polar Diesel Marine Engine, A. B. Diesels Motorer, 434
  • - Port Engines of H.M. Harbour Tug Strenuous, 390
  • - Portable Oil Engine, Blackstone and Co., 620
  • - Single-cylinder Traction Engine, Marshall, Sons and Co., 11
  • - Starboard Engines of the Steam Yacht Sapphire, John Brown and Co., Limited, 486, 489, 494 (Two-page Supplement, November 7th, 1913)
  • - Stationary Polar Diesel Engine, 550 H.P., A.-B. Diesels Motorer, 434
  • - The Diesel Engine in America, 189
  • - Two-cycle Semi-Diesel, 150 H.P. Engine, Petters, Limited, 180
  • - Valveless Oil Engines, Clayton and Shuttleworth, 38, 39
  • - Works, Marine Diesel Engine, New London Ship and Engine Company, 189
  • ENGINEERING in the East, Progress of, 3, 29, 83, 94, 110, 163, 191, 216, 246, 300, 324, 355, 378, 404
  • Engineering Works at Broadheath, Geo. Richards and Co., 114, 120
  • Even Turning Moment of Quadruples Air Compressor, Reavell and Co., 232
  • Exhibition, Commercial Motor Vehicle, at Olympia, 96
  • Exhibition, Physical Society’s, 656

F

  • FACTORY Building with Reinforced Concrete Interior, The Ames-Holden, 221
  • Ferro-concrete Work on the River Weaver, 661
  • Ferry Boat, Wagon, 30
  • Fire Pump, Petrol-driven, Merryweather and Sons, 76
  • Flour Mill Machinery, Modern, Robert B. Creak, 476
  • Fly-wheel Adjustable Cramp, Price and Belsham, 92
  • Friction, Steam, of Turbine Wheels, William Kerr, 208, 209
  • Fuel Valve of Busch, Sulzer Engine, 189, 191
  • Furnace, Buffer Bloom Heating, Brett’s Patent Lifter Company, 47

G

  • GAS Engines—see Engines
  • Gas Shut-off Valve, Pintsch’s Automatic, for the Midland Railway, 608
  • Gauge, Vacuum Efficiency, A. E. Leigh Scanes, 526
  • Gauges, Soot, 429
  • Gear Wheels, Laminated, H. Terry and Sons, 632
  • Gearing, Worm, for Rolling Mills, H. Wallwork and Co., 182
  • Grain, Drying and Conditioning Machine for, J. Gibbs and Son, 554
  • Grain Store, Reinforced Concrete, at Imming- ham Docks, 566, 567
  • Gun, The Lewis Automatic Air-cooled Machine, 578, 579, 605
  • Guns, 12in. Naval, Mounting for, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., 457 (Two- page Supplement, October 31st, 1913)

H

  • HARBOUR and Port Works, Singapore, 83, 94
  • Harbour, Tsingtau, China, 378
  • High-speed Lathe—see Machine Tools
  • Hoe, Motor, Ivell Agricultural Motors, 620
  • Hydro-electric Power Plant at Chester, 406, 407, 414

I

  • IMPREGNATING Plant for Dynamo Stators, Dryers, Limited, 224
  • Impurities of the Atmosphere, J. B. C. Kershaw, 429
  • Indicator, H. Maihak, with Bottcher Power Counter, 370
  • Internal Combustion Engines—see Engines

L

  • LABORATORIES, Engineering, at University College, Dundee, 417
  • Laminated Gear Wheels, H. Terry and Sons, 632
  • Lamp, Half-watt Mazda, British Thomson-Houston Company, 258
  • Landing Stage Bridge at Liverpool, 125

Lathes—see Machine Tools

  • Lightship Alarm for Mersey Bar, Hawthorns and Co., 72
  • Locomotive,
  • - Compound Express, Paris, Lyons and Mediterranean Railway, C. R. King, 430
  • - 60-Ton Electric, for the Giovi Line, 216 217 226
  • - 2500 H.P. Electric, for the Lbtschberg Railway, Oerlikon Company, 595, 596, 597, 598, 600
  • - Erecting Shop at Kuala Lumpur, 30
  • - Four-coupled Superheater Passenger, Great Northern Railway (Two-page Supplement, November 28th, 1913)
  • - Four-cylinder Compound, Paris, Lyons and Mediterranean Railway, 623
  • - Large Narrow-gauge, for South African Railways, North British Locomotive Company, 490
  • - Mixed Traffic, London and South- Western Railway, 581
  • - “H” Type, Robert Stephenson and Co., 29
  • - Six-coupled Superheater Express Goods, Great Northern Railway (Two-page Supplement, November 28th, 1913)
  • - Tank, North British Locomotive Company, 29
  • - Testing Laboratory in the United States, 235
  • - Wheel Quartering Machine, Cun- liffe and Croom, Limited, 285
  • Locomotives,
  • - Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe R.R. Locomotive, 135, 167, 174
  • - Great Northern Railway, 1847 to 1877, pp. i and vi (Sixteen-page Supplement, November 28th, 1913)
  • - for the Lbtschberg Railway, 540, 595, 596, 600
  • - Recent, Great Northern Railway, p. xii (Sixteen-page Supplement, November 28th, 1913)
  • - Single-phase, for the Rhsetian Railway, Brown, Boveri and Co., 359
  • - Some Recent American, 135, 167, 174
  • Lorry, Mass Tractors, 97, 99
  • Lorry, 3-Ton, Wolseley Tool and Motor Car Company, 97, 98
  • Luffing Crane for Gladstone Dock, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., 230, 231

M MACHINE TOOLS:

  • - Accuracy in Machine Tools, 259
  • - Armour Plate Drilling and Tapping Machine, William Asquith, Limited, 421, 450
  • - Boring, Drilling, and Milling Machine, Dickinson Machine Tool Company, 502
  • - Boring Machine for Corliss Cylinders and Valve Ports, Geo. Richards and Co., 198, 200
  • - Combination Turret Lathe, Alfred Herbert, Limited, 284
  • - Cutting Power of Lathe Turning Tools, Professor W. Ripper and G. W. Burley, 460, 551, 563, 583, 636
  • - Drill Head, Multiple, Langelier Manufacturing Company, 503
  • - High-speed Wheel Lathe, Tangyes Limited, 635
  • - Lathe, Selective Head, Lodge and Shipley Machine Tool Company, 50
  • - Lathes, Turning and Boring, for 15in. Shell, 688
  • - Locomotive Wheel Quartering Machine, Cunliffo and Croom, Limited, 285
  • - Milling Machine, All-gear Vertical, Alfred Herbert, 662
  • - Radial Drilling Machine, Midgley and Sutcliffe, 393
  • - Saw. Automatic Bar, E. G. Her'ort, Limited, 422
  • - Surfacing and Boring Machine, G. Richards and Co., 687
  • - Surfacing, Boring and Milling Machine, H. W. Kearns and Co., 259
  • - Worm Gears, Machine Tools for Production of, D. Brown and Son, 464, 465, 498

MAPS:

  • - Ais Gill Railway Accident, Site of, 252
  • - Broomhead and Morehall Reservoirs for
  • - Sheffield Water Supply, 511
  • - Channel Tunnel, Approaches, 354
  • - Cuffiey-Steveriage Extension, Great Northern Railway, p. ix (Sixteen-page Supplement, November 28th, 1913)
  • - Drainage Basin of the River Ouse. 145
  • - Electrification of the St. Gothard Line, 684
  • - Federated Malay States Railways, 29
  • - Fen Lands, 142
  • - Great Northern Railway Company’s System, p. iii (Sixteen-page Supplement, November 28th, 1913)
  • - Great Northern Railway in 1852, p. ii (Sixteen-page Supplement, November 28th, 1913)
  • - Hong-Kong, Port of, 163
  • - Italy and Sardinia, New Reservoirs, 60
  • - Kiaochou, The Harbours at, 378
  • - Kirkstead and Little Steeping, The New Railway Between, 462
  • - London and South-Western Railway Suburban Lines, 503
  • - Lotschberg Line and its Connections, 17, 19
  • - Mont Cenis Line Between Modane and Bussolend, 644
  • - Mont d’Or Line and Tunnel, 385
  • - Sheffield Water Supply, Sources of, 511
  • - Stranding of the San Giorgio, Site of the Accident, 592
  • - Tirso and Sila Reservoirs Schemes, 60
  • MECHANICAL Engineering Aspects of Road Construction, Col. R. E. B. Crompton, 682
  • Mechanical Ram Moulding Machine, The “Taunton,” Rudman, Lancey and Craven, Limited, 204, 205
  • Metals—see Corrosion
  • Milling Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Modern Methods of Measuring Temperature, R. S. Whipple, 117, 129, 157, 183
  • Modern Open-hearth Steel Furnaces, Benjamin Talbot, 271, 394, 395, 396
  • Motor Car Show at Olympia, 524
  • Motor Cars, Average Speed Indicator, British Low Accessories Company, 634
  • Motor Plough, “Ideal” Tractor, Ideal Agricultural Motor Company, 529
  • Motor Wagon, 40 H.P. Petrol, Walker Brothers, Limited, 332, 333
  • Moulding Machine, The “Taunton” Mechanical Ram, Rudman, Lancey and Craven, Limited, 204, 205
  • Mounting for 12in. Naval Guns, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., 457 (Two page Supplement, October 31st, 1913)
  • Mowing Machine Driving Mechanism, R. Hornsby and Sons, Limited, 39

O

  • OFFICE and Workshop, Combined, for Siemens Brothers and Co., 219
  • Oil Burner, Brett’s Patent Lifter Company, 47
  • Oil Engine—see Engine
  • Oil Industry, Scottisli Shale, A. E. Von Groeling, 218, 251, 275
  • Oil Supplying Mechanism of Four-cycle SemiDiesel Engine, Crossley Brothers, 37
  • Optical Apparatus and Fog Signalling Apparatus for Mersey Bar Lightship Alarm, Chance Brothers, 72

P

  • PACKING, Sigma Automatic Metallic, R. Semple and Co., 626
  • Pattern Shop, Mather and Platt, 604
  • Pattern making Department of an Engineering Works, T. Roberts, 604
  • Petrol-driven Fire Pumps, Merryweather and Sons, 76
  • Petrol-engined Tramway Car, Lanarkshire Motor Company, 660
  • Petrol Hydraulic Railway Motor Coach, McEwan, Pratt and Co., 154 ; (Letter), 207
  • Petrol Motor Wagon, 40 H.P., Walker Brothers, Limited, 332, 333
  • Petrol Rail Car, Buenos Aires Western Railway, Drewry Car Company, Limited, 277
  • Pipe Joints, Steel, Stewarts and Lloyds, Limited, 685
  • Plough, “Ideal” Tractor, Ideal Agricultural Motor Company, 529
  • Plough, Motor, John Fowler and Co., 10
  • Plough, “Stock” Motor, Moellenkamp and Co., 621
  • Port of Calcutta, 247
  • Port for Nile Boats at Cairo, 9
  • Portable Engine—see Engine
  • Portrait, Sir William Bailey, 577
  • Portrait, General Vittorio Emanuele Cuniberti, 684
  • Portrait, James Howden, 577
  • Portrait, Sir William Henry Preece, 501, 517
  • Portrait, Allen Ransome, 17
  • Potentiometer, Rosenhain and Melsom, 157
  • Power Counter for Indicators, Bbttcher and H. Maihak, 370
  • Power Plants at Doncaster Works, Great Northern Railway, 574, 582
  • Producers, Gas, at Doncaster Works. Crossley Brothers and Campbell Gas Engine Company, 574, 582
  • Progress of Engineering in the East, 3, 29, 83, 94, 110, 163, 191, 216 246, 300, 324, 355, 378, 404
  • Propeller Experiments, Professor Ole G. Halvorsen, 325
  • Pump, Portable Hand, Zwicky Liquid Pump Company, 316
  • Pump Suction Chamber, Experimental, W. H. Allen, Son and Co., 90
  • Pumps, Centrifugal Sewage, at Abbey Mills, John Cochrane, 64, 68
  • Pumps, Cycloidal, for Power-house Work, Connersville Blower Company, 581
  • Pumps, Petrol-driven, for Fire Protection, Merry weather and Sons, 76
  • Pumping Machinery for Drainage of the Fens, R. W. Allen, 142
  • Pumping Plant, Electrically Driven Portable, India Rubber, Gutta Percha, and Telegraph Works Company, 419
  • Pumping Plant, 94in. Valve for, J. Blake- borough and Sons, 284
  • Pyrometer, Fery Absorption, 158, 183

R

  • RAIL Car, Petrol, Buenos Aires Railway, Drewry Car Company, 277
  • Railway,
  • - A New Lincolnshire, 462, 468
  • - Accident at Ais Gill, Midland Railway, 252, 257, 281, 306, 309, 576, 681 ; (Letters), 315, 340, 421, 448. 504, 582, 607
  • - Accident, Liverpool, 440
  • - Accident, Waterloo Junction, 473
  • - Bogie Stock, Midland Railway, 608 ; (Correction), 648 (Two-page Supplement, December 5th, 1913)
  • - Disaster at Melun, Paris, Lyons and Mediterranean Railway, 515
  • - Giovi, and Chiappella Station, 216, 217, 226, 242, 269, 297
  • - Great Northern (Sixteen-page Supplement, November 28th, 1913)
  • - Lotschberg, 14, 17, 540, 595, 596, 600
  • - Mont Cenis, Electric Traction on the, 643, 654
  • - Motor Coach, Petrol Hydraulic, McEwan, Pratt and Co., 154 ; (Letter), 207
  • - Points and Signals, Interlocking of, 168
  • - Station, Great Western Railway, at Snow-hill, Birmingham, Reconstruction, 288, 289 (Two-page Supplement, September 12th, 1913)
  • - Suburban Lines Electrification, London and South-Western, 503
  • - Underbridges, Reduced Live Loads on, J. D. W. Ball, 377
  • Recorder, Double Thread, Darwin, 157
  • Reinforced Concrete Grain Store at Immingham Docks, 566, 567
  • Reinforced Concrete Interior of the Amos Holden Factory in Montreal, 221
  • Reservoirs for Sheffield, 510, 520
  • Retorts, Shale, 218
  • Reverse Bending Moments in Fixed Beams, kf Ewart S. Andrews, 203
  • Rifles—see Gun
  • Ripograph, Cambridge Scientific Instrument Company, 656
  • Road Construction, Mechanical Engineering Aspects of, Col. R. E. B. Crompton, 682
  • Road Material, Machine for Testing, 101
  • Rolling Stock, Great Northern Railway, p. xvi (Sixteen-page Supplement, November 28th, 1913)
  • Roof, King’s Cross Station, p. vii (Sixteen-page Supplement, November 28th, 1913)

S

  • SAWS—see Machine Tools
  • Sea Temperature Indicator and Recorder, The Bristol, 194
  • Seaplane, 100 H.P., A. V. Roe and Co., Limited, 371 (Two-page Supplement, October 3rd, 1913)
  • Self-starter, “Rushmore,” Lamps, Limited, 624
  • Sewage Disposal Works at Surbiton, 137, 148
  • Sewage Pumping Station for London County Council at Abbey Mills, 64, 68

SHIPS AND SHIPPING MATTERS :

  • General:
  • - Electric Propulsion, Arrangement of Machinery, Mavor System, H. A. Mavor and J. Reid, 33
  • - Salving the United States Army Transport Liscum at Shanghai, 254, 258
  • - Ship Engine-room Ventilation, 223
  • - Shipbuilding at St. Nazaire, 675
  • - “Suction” or Interaction between Passing Vessels, Professor A. H. Gibson and J. H. Thompson, 22
  • - Tetrahedron Ship Model, 65
  • - Trials of Ferry Steamers Propelled by Geared Turbines, Dr. J. Inglis, 30
  • - Typical Ships, 390, 486
  • - “Unsinkable” Boat Design, J. Stone Barbery, 342
  • British Navy:
  • - Aurora, H.M. Light Cruiser, 366
  • - Iron Duke, H.M. Battleship, 550
  • - Queen Elizabeth, H.M. Battleship, 450
  • - Strenuous and Sturdy, H.M. Harbour Tugs, 390, 392
  • Foreign Navies:
  • - Czarewitch, The, at Mole No. 2, 379
  • - French Battleship Lorraine, 675, 677
  • - French Destroyer Commandant Rividre, 178 (Two-page Supplement, August 15th, 1913)
  • - French Dreadnought Courbet, 36, 42 ; (Correction), 92, 250
  • - French Mine Layers Cerbere and Pluton, 515, 516 ; (Additional Note), 587
  • - Greek Torpedo-boat Destroyer of the “Lion” Class, Cammell, Laird and Co., 59 (Two- page Supplement, July 18th, 1913)
  • - Italian Cruiser San Giorgio, Stranding and Salvage, 592, 659
  • - United States Army Transport Merrit, 355
  • - United States Army Transport Salved at Shanghai, 254, 258
  • Miscellaneous:
  • - California, Motor Ship, Burmeister and Wain, 386
  • - Chaplain, Largest Steamer Built on the Loire, 231
  • - France, Auxiliary Sailing Ship, 669, 673, 680 (Two-page Supplement, December 25th, 1913)
  • - Idealia, Diesel Engine Yacht, 189
  • - Kiang Wah, T.S. River Steamer, 355
  • - Lifeboat of the Steam Yacht Sapphire, 486
  • - Lightship Alarm for Mersey Bar, Hawthorns and Co., 72
  • - Ludwig Wiener, Twin-screw Harbour Tug and Passenger Tender, Ferguson Brothers, 632, 633
  • - Lusitania, Cunard Company’s Liner. Engineroom Ventilation, 223
  • - Royal Holland Lloyd Liner Gelria, 447
  • - Sapphire, Twin-screw Steam Yacht, John Brown and Co., Limited, 486, 489, 494 (Two-page Supplement, November 7th, 1913)
  • - South Atlantic Liner Lutetia, 675
  • - Steamers Built at Taikoo Dockyard, 164
  • - Suecia, Motor Ship, Performance on Service of the, I. Knudsen, 32
  • - Tynemount, Electric Motor Ship, 380, 381, 388
  • - Wagon Ferry Boat, 30
  • SHOW, Motor Car, at Olympia, 524
  • Show, Royal Agricultural, at Bristol, 10, 37, 629
  • Show, Smithfield Club, 619
  • Soot Gauge, 429
  • Speed Indicator, Average, for Motor Cars, British Low Accessories Company, 634
  • Spring Design, J. St. Vincent Pletts, 61 ; (Letter), 127
  • Stations—see Railways
  • Steam Engine Conversion from Three-crank Compound to Uniflow, 75
  • Steam Friction of Turbine Wheels, William Kerr, 208, 209
  • Steam Trap, D. Wilson, 128
  • Steel Pipe Joints, Stewarts and Lloyds, Limited, 685
  • “Suction” or Interaction between Passing Vessels, Professor A. H. Gibson and J. H. Thompson, 22
  • Superheater for Traction Engine, Marshall, Sons and Co., 12
  • Surfacing Machines—see Machine Tools

T

  • TANK, Impregnating, for Dynamo Stators, Dryers Limited, 224
  • Temperature, Modern Methods of Measuring, R. S. Whipple, 117, 129, 157, 183
  • Temperature Recorders, Callendar, Whipple, 158
  • Temperature of the Sea, Taking the, 194
  • Testing Plant, Locomotive, at University of Illinois, 235
  • Testing Road Material, Machine for, 101
  • Tetrahedron Ship Model, 65
  • Thermo-Couple, Bristol, 194
  • Thermometers—see Temperature
  • Traction Engine, Compound, Ruston, Proctor and Co., 619, 620
  • Traction Engine, Marshall, Sons and Co., 11
  • Tractor Plough—see Plough
  • Train, Benzol-Electric, for the Khedive of Egypt, 262
  • Train Control, Automatic Wireless, at Hampton Court, Prentice System, 231
  • Train Control, E. A. Johnston, 34, 57, 86, 112, 151
  • Train Control of the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, 384
  • Tramway Car, Petrol-engined, Lanarkshire Motor Company, 660
  • Transport and Settlement of Sand in Water and a Method of Exploring Sand Bars, J. S. Owens, 343
  • Trap, Steam, D. Wilson, 128
  • Tunnel, The Channel, 353
  • Tunnel, The Lotschberg, 14, 17
  • Turbines, Cruising, Devices to Facilitate the Coupling of, H. F. Yarrow, 30
  • Turbines Francis Type, at Chester, 406, 407, 414
  • Turbines of the French Torpedo-boat Destroyer Commandant Rividre, 178 (Two-page Supplement, August 15th, 1913)
  • Turbines, Geared, Ferry Steamers Propelled by, Dr. J. Inglis, 30

U

  • UNIVERSITY of Hong-Kong, 110
  • “Unsinkable” Boat Design, J. Stone Burbery, 342

V

  • VACUUM Efficiency Gauge, A. E. Leigh Scanes, 526
  • Valve, Automatic Gas Shut-off, Pintsch’s, for the Midland Railwav, 608 : (Correction), 648
  • Valve, 94in., for Pumping Plant, J. Blake- borough and Sons, 284
  • Valve Gear, Walschaerts, 137
  • Ventilation, Engine-room, of the Cunarder Lusitania, 223
  • Vice, Quick-acting “Record,” C. and J. Hampton, 527

W

  • WAGON Ferry Boat, 30
  • Wagon, Motor, Tractor and Trailer, Pedrail Transport, Limited, 97, 99
  • Wagon, 40 H.P. Petrol Motor, Walker Brothers, Limited, 332, 333
  • Water Supply, Sheffield, The Ewdcn Valley, 510, 520
  • Waterworks for Ryde, 432
  • Waterworks, Shanghai, 324
  • Weed-cutting Mechanism, 144
  • Winch, Luggage, and Steam Capstans, for Steam Yacht Sapphire, Chambers, Scott and Co., 487
  • Winch, Oil Motor, Brazil, Straker and Co., 37
  • Windmill at Harriermere, 142
  • Working Fluid of Internal Combustion Engines, Dugald Clerk, 50, 76, 102
  • Works, Queen’s Engineering, at Bedford, W. H. Allen, Son and Co., 4 (Two-page Supplement, July 4th, 1913)
  • Works of the New London Ship and Engine Company, 189
  • Worm Gearing for Rolling Mill, H. Wallwork and Co., 182
  • Worm Gears, Machine Tools for the Production of, D. Brown and Son, 464, 465, 498

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