British Industrial History
The Engineer 1915/01/29
From Graces Guide
1915 January 29th PDF
- Aerial Ropeways, No. 2, R. White and Sons, p 108. (Illustrated)
- British Patent Specifications, p 125.
- Drilling, Tapping, Boring and Milling Machine, William Asquith, p 118. (Illustrated)
- Editorial, p 113.
- The North Sea Chase.
- Inventions and Patents.
- Electrification on the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway, BTH, p 104 and p 112, and p 112a. (Illustrated)
- Launches and Trial Trips, p 123.
- SS Hebburn, Built by Blyth Shipbuilding and Dry Docks Co, Engines by Richardsons, Westgarth and Co.
- SS Bostonian, Built by Harland and Wolff, to the order of the Leyland Line.
- SS Homer City, Built by Ropner and Sons, to the order of W. R. Smith and Sons, Engines by Blair and Co.
- SS City of Newcastle, Built by William Gray and Co, to the order of the Ellerman Lines, Engines by Central Marine Engine Works.
- Mechanical Stokers on American Locomotives, No. 3, C. F. Street, Locomotive Stoker Co, p 116. (Illustrated)
- Naval Action in the North Sea, German Cruiser Blucher, p 107. (Illustrated)
- Patents and Foreign Competition, p 106.
- Progress of the New Quebec Bridge, p 101 and p 103. (Illustrated)
- Provincial Letters, p 119.
- Standarisation of Pipe Flanges and Flanged Fittings, by John Dewrance, before the [[Institution of Mechanical Engineers, p 124. (Illustrated)
- The War and the British Engineer, No. 8, Trading with the Enemy: A Comparison, p 114.
- The War and the Chemical Trade, p 115.
- Utilising Enemy Patents, p 126.
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