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The Engineer 1915/02/05

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  • Contents, p 139.

Main Subjects

  • Alabama Power Scheme, p 132 - p 135. (Illustrated)
  • American Engineering in 1914, No. 1, Mechanical Engineering, p 128.
  • British Patent Specifications, p 149.
  • Editorial, p 139.
    • Labour and War.
    • Miners' Wages and Hours.
    • British Magneto.
  • Fog and Fog Signals, by Edwin O. Catford, p 129. (Illustrated)
  • French Government Contracts, p 136.
  • Improvement of the River Trent, Trent Navigation Co, p 130 and p 138. (Illustrated)
  • January, p 127.
    • The Bulkheads Committee.
    • Three Fatal Railway Accidents.
    • Naval Activities - The Allies' Losses.
    • North Sea Action.
    • Aeronautical Activities.
    • Escape of the HMS Southport.
    • Bakerloo Tube Extension.
  • Letters to the Editor, p 144.
  • London County Council Electricity Bill, p 131.
  • Provincial Letters, p 144.
  • Railways in China, No. 10, Peking-Hankow Railway, p 131. (Illustrated)
  • Shipbuilding in 1914, p 135.
  • Steam or Electric Railways in time of War, p 142. (Illustrated)
  • Utilising Enemy Patents, p 150.
  • War Items, p 141.




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