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The Engineer 1921/08/26

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  • Contents, p 219.

Main Subjects

  • 200 HP Galloways Steam Engine - F. B. Perry, p 222. (Illustrated).
  • A Seven-Day Journal, p 213.
    • Electric Railways in South Africa.
    • The Wages Problem.
    • Notable New Liners.
    • Carbon Monoxide in Gas.
    • Persistence in Capital Ships.
    • Reopening of a Chemical Factory - London Chemical Works.
    • Wage Cuts Abroad.
    • Transport Ministry Economies.
    • A German Tube Syndicate.
    • Railway Standard Revenue.
    • Engineers in Railway Shops.
    • Shipbuilders and the Bonuses.
    • Mines in the North Sea.
  • Developments in Power Station Design - (No. VI), p 214. (Illustrated).
  • Editorial, p 219.
    • R38 Disaster.
    • Battery Vehicles.
  • Effect of Appendages in Ship Resistance, p 207.
  • Lift Lock on the Canal du Central, Belgium, p 208 and 218. (Illustrated).

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