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British Industrial History

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The Engineer 1920/05/07

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  • Contents, p 477.

Main Subjects

  • April, p 465.
    • Reconstruction Work.
    • London Traffic.
    • Water Power Resources.
    • New Railway Statistics.
    • The Super-Tax.
    • The Work of the Fuel Research Board.
    • The Government's Agreements with the Railway Companies.
    • The Advisory Committee for Aeronautics.
    • LCC Tramways.
    • Two Railway Accident Reports - Great Central Railway and Great Northern Railway.
    • Flooded Staffordshire Mines.
    • Condenser Tubes.
    • The French Strike.
  • Canadian Patent Law, p 482.
  • Editorial, p 477.
    • Geared Marine Turbines.
    • Development of Aerial Transport.
  • Fifty Years of Progress in the Ferrous Industries - John Edward Stead, p 473.
  • Universal Measuring Machine, p 472 and 476. (Illustrated).

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