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The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.

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A

  • ADAMSON, Joseph, and Co., 25-Ton Electric Overhead Foundry Crane, 667
  • Ahrons, E. L., on R. B. Longridge and Co., Bedlington, 68 ; (Letter), 122
  • Ahrons, E. L., on G. and J. Rennie, Blackfriars, 366
  • A-I Manufacturing Company's Electric Rivet Heaters, 161
  • Ajax-Wyatt Induction Furnace, 48, 49
  • Allen, W. H., Sons and Co., Limited, Marine Type Geared Turbo-generator, 482
  • American Arched Dam with Tangent Ends, 88
  • American 107-Ton Coal Wagons, Pressed Steel Car Company, 217
  • American Concrete Mixing Machinery, 60; (Letters), 158, 178
  • American General Electric Company, Signalling Apparatus, 577
  • American Grain Elevator, Dust Explosion in, 624
  • American Mine Winding Engine, Large, Nord- berg Manufacturing Company, 540, 541, 544
  • American Snow-loading Machine, Barber- Greene and Co., 216
  • American Warships, New, 227 (Two-page Supplement, March 4th, 1921)
  • Amsler, Alfred J., Hydraulic Railway Wagon Weighing Machine, 23
  • Anderson Brothers Company's Pneumatic Metal Scraping Machine, 160
  • Arrol, Sir William, and Co., Limited, Six-motor Electric Soaking Pit Crane, 490
  • Arrol, Sir W., and Co., Tower Crane, Electric, for Handling Timber, 624
  • Asquith, William, Limited, Radial Drilling Machine for Condenser Tube Plates, 330
  • Aster Engineering Company, Private House Lighting Set, 298
  • "Automatic" Electric Trucks, 262
  • "Automatic" Industrial Locomotives and Tractors, Electricars, Limited, and H. C. Slingsby, 402, 403
  • Aveline Automatic Pilot, Auto Controls, Limited, 96, 184

B

  • BAILY Granular Resistance Furnaces, 105- Kilowatt, 49
  • Barber-Greene and Co., Snow-loading Machine, 216
  • Beyer, Peacock and Co., Articulated Engine, South African Railways, 11, 14
  • B.S.A. Tools, Limited, Bench Type Six-spindle Drilling Machine, 494
  • Blackburn Aeroplane and Motor Company, ì Swift î Torpedo-plane, 40, 41
  • Booth Brass Furnace, 250 lb., 44, 49
  • Brightside Foundry and Engineering Company, Large Ingot Mould, 600
  • Bristol Aeroplane Company, Limited :
  • Bristol Three-seater Tourer, Coupe Type, 6, 7
  • Bristol Tourer Seaplane, 7 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • Bristol and Exeter Railway Broad-gauge Engine, 69
  • British Electric Vehicles, Limited, Battery Locomotives, Trucks and Trolleys, 290, 294, 456
  • British Oil and Fuel Conservation, Limited, Temperature Control Apparatus, 34
  • British Tabulating Machine Company, Census Tabulating Machine, 532
  • British Thomson-Houston Steam Turbines, 592, 596
  • Broadheath, Churchill Machine Tool Company's Works at, 346, 350
  • Brown, Boveri and Co., Steam Turbines and Turbo-generators, 534, 535
  • Brown Brothers, Electrically Operated Tire Pump, 576

C

  • CALEDONIAN Railway Express Passenger Engine, 11 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • Cambrian Railway Disaster, 127, 145, 153 ; (Letters), 159, 215
  • Cambridge and Paul Machine Motion Recorder, 35
  • Cammell-Laird Boiler with Straight Tubes, 566
  • Canning Town Glass Works, 204, 208
  • Capac Companyís Sonoscope, 302
  • Central Aircraft Company, Centaur Nine-seater Commercial Machine, 40
  • Chingford, Humphrey Pumps at, 232, 238
  • Churchill Machine Tool Company, Limited, Double-spindle Hole Grinding Machine, Radius Link Grinding Machine, 51
  • Churchill Machine Tool Company's Works at Broadheath, 346, 350
  • Cleworth, Wheal and Co., Humidifying Apparatus for Textile Factories, 648
  • Coker, Professor E. G.,and Others, on Contact Pressures and Stresses, 325, 328, 351, 463
  • Crompton and Co., Charging Equipment for Electric Vehicles, 456
  • Cunard Liner Samaria, 21 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • Curtis-Rateau Steam Turbines, Recent, British Thomson-Houston Company, 592, 596

D

  • DARNALL Works, The New, Davy Brothers, Limited, 662, 670
  • Daubenspeck Bottle Making Machine, 205, 208
  • Davies and Soames NewAlternating-current Arc Welder, 484
  • Davy Brothers, Limited, The New Darnall Works, 662, 670
  • Davy Brothers, Three-high Plate Mill Plant, 124, 129 {Two-page Supplement, February 4th, 1921,
  • Deeleyís Oil Testing Machine, 78
  • de Haviland Aircraft Company, Limited, D.H. 18 Aeroplane, Interior View, 6
  • Detroit Furnace, 1-Ton, 44, 49
  • Dewrance, Sir J., on Generation of Steam, 182
  • Dolgarrog, Hydro-electric Station in North Wales, J. B. Kershaw, 195
  • Doxford Opposed Piston Marine Oil Engine, 633, 644
  • Doxford, W., and Sons, Limited, Single-screw Motor Ship Yngaren, 642
  • Dunbar and Slater's Pump Lubricator, 161

E

  • EDISON Electric Trucks, 402
  • Electricars, Limited, Electric Trucks, 402
  • Electromobiles, Limited, Electric Truck, 374, 376
  • Elizabeth Stoner, Cargo Steamship, J. I. Thorny croft and Co., Limited, 626
  • Elwell Parker Electric Trucks and Tractors, 318
  • English Electric Company's Industrial Locomotives, 666
  • English Electric Company's Turbo-alternator, 562
  • Enterprise, H.M. Light Cruiser, 17 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)

F

  • FARMER, F. M., on Standardisation in the Testing of Welds, 200
  • Fowler, John, and Co., Convertible Steam Roller and Traction Engine, 570, 575
  • France, Early Ironmaking in, 502

G

  • GALLOWAYS Limited, 1300 H.P. Gas-driven Blowing Engine, 451 (Two-page Supplement, April 29th, 1921)
  • General Electric Company of America, New Electrical Instruments, 625- see also America
  • German Battleship, Experimental Bombardment of, 421, 434
  • Gilkes, Gilbert, and Co., Turgo Impulse Water Turbine, 411
  • Gill Hydraulic Propulsion Equipment, 172
  • Glenfield and Kennedy, Hydraulic Valve, 77 ; (Correction), 132
  • Gloucester Furnace, Early, at Lamberhurst, 502
  • Gowlland, Wm., Capstan Dial Gauge, 76
  • Grain Discharging Plant, Floating Pneumatic, Henry Simon, Limited, 378, 381
  • Great Central Railway Four-cylinder Engines, 660 (Two-page Supplement, June 24th, 1921)
  • Great Eastern Railway Cross-Channel Steamer Antwerp, 22 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • Great Eastern Railway Express Goods Engine, 10 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • Great Indian Peninsular Railway Tank Engine, North British Locomotive Company, 11, 14
  • Great Northern Railway Fast Goods Engine, 10 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • Great Western Railway, Parsons Tunnel Lengthening, 256, 259
  • Great Western Railway, Trestle Viaducts on the, 64, 72 ; (Letter) 92
  • - Noss and Longwood Timber Trestle Viaducts, 64
  • - Penryn Timber Viaduct, 65, 72
  • - Ponsanooth Viaduct, 64, 72
  • - Saint Germains Viaduct, 64, 72
  • Greenbat Electric Truck, 374, 375, 376
  • Grice, Wm., and Sons' "Invincible" Air Filter, 149, 150

H

  • HANDLEY Page Aeroplane Cockpit with Automatic Control, 186
  • Harland and Wolff, Limited, R.M.S Arundel Castle, 510, 514
  • Hathorn, Davey and Co., Triple Corliss Pumping Engine for Margate Waterworks, 588, 589
  • Heenan and Froude Electric Truck, 234
  • Herbert, Alfred, Limited, Auto-Lathe, 574
  • Hilger Interference Gauge, 157
  • Holland, First Locomotive in, The Snelheid, 1839, 68
  • Hong Kong Water Supply, 170, 180 (Two-page Supplement, February 18th, 1921)
  • Hood, H.M. Battle-cruiser, at Full Speed, 17 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • Hotchkiss Hydraulic Propulsion Equipment, 141, 142
  • Humphrey Pumps at Chingford, 232, 238
  • Hunt, Herbert, and Sons, Twist Drill Sharpening and Thinning Machine, 674

I

  • IGRANIC ELECTRIC COMPANY, Charging Equipment for Electric Trucks and Road Vehicles, 456
  • India Rubber, Gutta Percha and Telegraph Works Company's Electric Trucks and Gear, 424, 456
  • Italian Battleship Leonardo da Vinci, Salving of, 281 (Two-page Supplement, March 18th, 1921)

J

  • JACK, Alexander, and Co., Magnetic Plate- handling Cranes, 298
  • James, Witton, Limited, Electro-magnetic Reel Brake and Regulators, 522
  • Jeffery Battery Locomotives, 290
  • Jeffrey Radial Type Loader for Loose Materials, 577
  • Jenkins, Rhys, Rise and Fall of the Sussex Iron Industry, 116, 502, 546
  • Johnsen, Alfred, and Knud Rahbek, Physical Phenomenon and its Application, 597, 600

K

  • KERR, Stuart and Co., Limited, Metropolitan Railway Tank Engines, 120, 121
  • Kershaw, J. B. C., on Electric Furnaces for Non-ferrous Metals, 44, 48
  • Kershaw, J. B. C., on Water Power Developments in North Wales, 195 ; (Letter), 245

L

  • L 71 and M 23, H.M. Submarines, 17 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • Lancashire Dynamo and Motor Company, Equipment for Charging Truck and other Electric Vehicle Batteries, 456
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire Passenger Engine, Tests of, 410
  • Lansing Equipment Company's Electric Truck and Electric Tractor, 374, 375
  • Leonardo da Vinci, Italian Battleship, Salving of, 281 (Two-page Supplement, March 18th, 1921)
  • Leroux, Monsieur P. E., Railway Motor Coach, 612
  • Leyland Steam Wagon, 616
  • Lindsay, F. E., Skew Gear Design, 652
  • Lochaber Hydro-electric Scheme, 226
  • London and Brighton Superheater Express Goods Engine, 10 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • London and Southampton Railway Locomotive, Built in 1838, 366
  • London and South-Western Railway Six- coupled Express Goods Engine, 11 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • Longridge, R. B., and Co., Bedlington, E. L. Ahrons, 68 ; (Letter), 122
  • Lord Clive, British Monitor, with Experimental Triple Big Gun Mounting, 421, 434
  • Lynch Bottle-making Machine, 205

M

  • MAAG System of Gearing, 283, 403
  • Marine and Locomotive Superheaters, Limited, Works Extension at Trafford Park, Manchester, 438
  • Marshall, Sons and Co., Limited, Economical Portable Engine, 505, 507
  • Martinsyde Racing Aeroplane Semiquaver, 6 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • Mason, Dr. W., Alternating Stress-testing Machine, 550
  • Massey, B. and S., Railway Tire-fixing Machine, 441
  • Meandros, Cargo Steamer, J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Limited, 21 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • Metropolitan Railway Four-coupled Tank Engines, 120, 121
  • Metropolitan Railway Tank Engine, 11 ; (Correction), 38
  • Midland Railway Decapod Banking Engine, 10, 11
  • Midland Railway Oil-firing Arrangement, 601 ; (Letters), 618, 651, 664

N

  • NEEDHAM'S "Pulsator" Speed Indicator, Evershed and Vignoles, Limited, 34, 35, 517
  • Newcomen Society :
  • - Rise and Fall of the Sussex Iron Industry, Rhys Jenkins, 116, 502, 546
  • - Summer Meeting in Birmingham, 608, 636, 672
  • - Trevithickís London Locomotives, Loughnan Pendred, 242, 268 ; (Letters), 273, 301
  • New South Wales Railway Motor Coach Converted from Motor Lorry, 94, 95, 98
  • Nordberg Manufacturing Company, Large Copper Mine Winding Engine, 540, 541, 544
  • Norfolk, Virginia, Coaling Plant at, 456, 466
  • North British Locomotive Company Engines, Sudan Government Railways and Great Indian Peninsular Railway, 11, 14
  • North-Eastern Railway Fast Goods Engine, 11; (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • North-Eastern Railway New Electric Rolling Stock, 394, 406 (Two-page Supplement, April 15th, 1921)
  • North Wales, Water Power Developments, J. B. C. Kershaw, 195 ; (Letter), 245

O

  • OEHMICHEN-PEUGEOT Helicopter, 411
  • O'Neill Glass Bottle-making Machine, 548
  • Owens Bottle-making Machine, 204

P

  • PARSONS, C. A., and Co., Limited, Pass-out Turbine and 1250-Kilowatt Alternator, 640, 641
  • Parsons Tunnel on the Great Western Railway, Lengthening, 256, 259
  • Pendred, Loughnan, on Trevithickís London Locomotives, at the Newcomen Society, 242, 268 ; (Letters), 273, 301
  • P. and O. Liner Naldera, 21 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • Physical and Optical Societies' Exhibition, 34
  • Porter Water-softening Company's Densimeter for Boilers, 157 ; (Letter), 215
  • Pressed Steel Car Company's 107-Ton Coal Wagons, 217
  • Prinses Juliana, Zeeland Steamship Company, 22 ; (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)

R

  • R 38, H.M. Airship, 610, 620
  • Raleigh, H.M. Light Cruiser, 17 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • Rankin Feeder, York Glass Works, 206
  • Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies Electric Trucks and Electric Locomotive, 235, 236
  • Record Two - stroke Internal Combustion Engine, 270
  • Regent Shears (1918), Limited, High-speed Shearing Machine, 270
  • Rennerfelt Indirect Arc Furnace, 48, 49, 50
  • Rennie, G. and J., and Co., Blackfriars, E. L. Ahrons, 366
  • Rhodin, John G. A., Aluminium Reverberatory Furnace, 587
  • Richards, George, and Co., Crank Pin Turning Machine, 102
  • Richardsons, Westgarth and Co., Vertical Three-cylinder Roiling Mill Engine, 354 (Two Two-page Supplements, April 1st, 1921)
  • Roadcraft Limited, Electric Truck, 374, 376
  • Roberts, Charles, and Co., Limited, Wagon Works at Horbury Junction, Yorkshire, 476, 486 ; (Correction), 682
  • Robertson's Stroboscopic Vibrator, 36
  • Robson, A. G., on Precision Gauge Manufacture, 312, 313
  • Rosenhain's Recording Chronograph, 36
  • Royles Limited, Boiler Feeding by Gravitation, 491
  • Rudge-Whitworth Works Laboratory, 430 ; (Correction), 471
  • Ruston and Hornsby, Limited, Crank Shaft Alignment Indicator, 355

S

  • "SACK" Steam Disinfector, Meldrums Limited, 331
  • Saunders, S. E., Limited, Amphibian Flying Boat Kittiwake, 6 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • Saurer, Adolphe, Gear Wheel Testing Machine, 285
  • Scriven and Co., Mangle, Shears, andc., for Rolling Mill, 124, 129, 130 (Two-page Supplement, February 4th, 1921)
  • Sewell Point Coaling Plant at Norfolk, Virginia, 456, 466
  • Short Brothers, Limited, All-metal Freight- carrying Biplane "Silver Streak," 40, 41
  • Shrewsbury and Birmingham Railway Engine, 1849, 68
  • Shrewsbury and Chester Railway Engine, 1846, 69
  • Silvertown Electric Trucks and Gear, 424
  • Simon, Henry, Limited, Floating Pneumatic Grain Discharging Plant, 378, 381
  • Simpson, J., and Co., Limited, Triple-expansion Pumping Engines for Hong Kong Water Supply, 170, 180 (Two-page Supplement, February 18th, 1921)
  • Snyder Direct Arc Furnace, 48, 50
  • South African Railways, Garratt Articulated Engine, Beyer, Peacock and Co., Limited, 11, 14
  • Stoke-on-Trent, Proposed New Railway Lines, 467
  • Submersible Motors, Limited, High-lift Pump, 24
  • Sudan Government Railway's Eight-coupled Engine, North British Locomotive Company, 11, 14
  • Sulzer Works, Testing Diesel Engines in, 674
  • Sussex Iron Industry, Rise and Fall of, Rhys Jenkins, 116, 502, 546
  • Swedish General Electric Company, Direct- current Motor, Polyphase Motor, and Polyphase Alternator, 521
  • Sydney, Large Grain Elevator, 649
  • Sykes' Non-token System for Single-line Railway Working, 116

T

  • THEODORE Roosevelt, Motor Ship, 22 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • Thornycroft, J. I., and Co., Limited, Altered Stern Post, 52
  • Thornycroft Boilers, 566
  • Thornycroft, J. I., and Co., Cargo Steamship Elizabeth Stoner, 626
  • Thornycroft, J. I., and Co., Motor Lorry to Drive Factory, 649 ; (Letter), 664
  • Tinsley Tuning Fork Stroboscope, 34
  • Trevithick's London Locomotives, Mystery of, Loughnan Pendred at the Newcomen Society, 242, 268 ; (Letters), 273, 301, 357 ; (Correction), 357
  • Tyer Electric Tablet Instrument, 115

U

  • UNION Castle Liner, Arundel Castle, Harland and Wolff, 510, 511
  • United Alkali Company's West Bank Dock Electric Power Station, 144, 148, 152 ; (Note), 224
  • United States Forest Products Laboratory,322, 326
  • United States- see also American

V

  • VICKERS, Limited :
  • - Vickers Instructional Machine, 5 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • - Vickers Viking Amphibian Flying Boat, 6 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • - Vickers-Vimy Commercial Aeroplane, 5, 6
  • Vickers-Petters, Limited, Six-cylinder Hot Bulb Marine Oil Engine, 212, 213
  • Virginian Railway 107-Ton Coal Wagons, 217

W

  • WADE, E. B. H., Meniscus Microphones, 442
  • Walker, J. H., Device for Holding Down Rails to Concrete Foundations, 131
  • Walker, R. J., and S. S. Cook on Mechanical Gears, of Double Reduction, for Merchant Ships, 327
  • Wallsend Shipyard Oil-tight Bulkheads for Tankers, 331
  • Wardrop, Charles C., "Sincometer," Device for Survey Work, 594
  • Webb and Thompson Electrically Controlled Train Staff Apparatus, 115
  • Welsh Railway Disaster, 127, 145, 153; (Letters), 159, 215
  • West Bank Dock Electric Generating Station, United Alkali Company, Widnes, 144, 148, 152 ; (Note), 224
  • Westinghouse Brake and Saxby Signal Company, Derailers for Railway Sidings, 576
  • Westland Aircraft Works, Six-seater Limousine, 6 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • Westminster Tool and Electric Company's Drill, 331
  • Widnes- see West Bank
  • Wile Tin Smelting Furnace, 50
  • Wilfley Centrifugal Pump, 96 ; (Letters), 122, 158, 214, 272, 357, 413
  • Wolverine, H.M. Destroyer, 17 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)

Y

  • YALE Electric Trucks and Tractor, 262, 266
  • Yarrow Boilers, Water Drums of, 442, 566
  • Yngaren, Motor Ship, Single-screw, Trials of, W. Doxford and Sons, Limited, 642
  • York Glass Companyís Works, Lynch Bottle Making Machine, 205
  • Yorkshire Wagon Building Works, C. Roberts and Co., 476, 486 ; (Correction), 682

Subjects. A AERONAUTICS :

  • - Airship, H.M., R 38, 610, 620
  • - Aveline Automatic Pilot, Auto Controls, Limited, 96, 184
  • - Blackburn ì Swift î Torpedo-plane, 40, 41
  • - Bristol Aeroplane Company, Limited :
  • -- Three-seater ì Bristol î Tourer, Coupe Type, 6, 7
  • -- Tourer Seaplane, 7 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • - Central Aircraft Company's Centaur Nine- seater Commercial Machine, 40
  • - de Haviland Aircraft Company, Limited, D.H. 18 Aeroplane, Interior, 6
  • - Helicopter, Oehmichen-Peugeot, 411
  • - Martinsyde, Limited, Racing Aeroplane "Semiquaver," 6 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • - Saunders Amphibian Flying Boat Kittiwake, 6 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • - Short All-metal Freight-carrying Biplane "Silver Streak," 40, 41
  • - Vickers Instructional Machine, 5 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • - Vickers Viking Amphibian Flying Boat, 6 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • - Vickers-Vimy Commercial Aeroplane, 5, 6
  • - Westland Six-seater Limousine, 6 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • AIR Filter, Wm. Grice and Sons, 149, 150
  • Alternating Stress Testing Machine, Dr. W. Mason, 550
  • Aluminium Reverberatory Furnace, J. G. A. Rhodin, 587
  • Arc Welderósee Electrical Matters
  • Assaying Apparatus, Coal, 355
  • Auto-lathe--see Machine Tools

B

  • BLOWING Engines—see Engines
  • Bogie, Electric Motor, for North-Eastern Railway, 394, 406 (Two-page Supplement, April 15th, 1921)
  • Boiler Feeding by Gravitation, Royles, Limited, 491
  • Boiler-house at West Bank Dock Power Station, 144, 149, 152
  • Boiler Water Densimeter, Continuous, Porter Water Softening Company, 157 ; (Letter), 215
  • Boilers, Corrosion of, Sir John Dewrance, 182
  • Boilers, Yarrow, Water Drums of, 442, 566
  • Bottle, Glass, Machine, OíNeill Machine Company, 548
  • Bottle-making Machines, Daubenspeck, Lynch, Owens, 204, 208

C

  • CEMENT-see Concrete Mixing
  • Census Tabulating Machine, British Tabulating Machine Company, 532
  • Centrifugal Pump, Wilfley Company, Limited, 96 ; (Letters), 122, 158, 214, 272, 357
  • Charging, Batteries, Equipment-see Electrical Matters
  • Coal-assaying Apparatus, 355
  • Coal Tippler and Elevator at West Bank Dock Power Station, 149
  • Coal Wagons, 107-Ton, Pressed Steel Car Company, 217
  • Coaling Plant at Norfolk, Virginia, 456, 466
  • Concrete Foundations, Device for Holding Down Rails to, J. H. Walker, 131
  • Concrete-mixing Machinery, American, 60
  • - Car for Lining Railway Tunnels with Concrete, 61
  • - Cement Gun, 61, 62 ; (Letters), 158, 178
  • - Coating a Girder with Concrete, 62
  • - Concrete-lined Tunnel with Steel Forms, 61
  • - Concreting Disintegrating Rock in a Tunnel, 60
  • - Construction of Reinforced Concrete Walls, 63
  • - Grain Elevator with Concrete Walls, 62
  • - Hains Gravity Concrete Mixer, 60
  • - Pneumatic Apparatus for Lining Tunnels, 60, 61
  • Contact Pressures and Stresses, Professor E. G. Coker and others, 325, 328, 351, 463
  • Corrosion of Boilers, Sir John Dewrance, 182
  • Crane, Magnetic Plate-handling, Alexander Jack and Co., Limited, 298
  • Crane, Overhead Foundry, 25-Ton, Electric, Joseph Adamson and Co., 667
  • Crane, Pit, Electric Soaking, Sir William Arrol and Co., Limited, 490
  • Crane, Tower, for Handling Timber, Electric, Sir William Arrol and Co., Limited, 624
  • Crank Pin Turning- see Machine Tools
  • Crank Shaft Alignment Indicator, Ruston and Hornsby, Limited, 355

Cutting Tools- see Machine Tools

D

  • DAM, American Arched, with Tangent Ends, 88
  • Densimeter, Continuous, for Boilers, Porter Water Softening Company, 157; (Letter), 215
  • Derailers for Railway Sidings, Westinghouse Brake and Saxby Signal Company, Limited, 576
  • Diesel Engines- see Engines
  • Disinfector, Steam, The "Sack," 331
  • Drills- see Machine Tools
  • Dust Explosion in an American Grain Elevator, 624

E ELECTRICAL MATTERS:

  • - Alternating-current Arc Welder, Daysohms, 484
  • - Charging Equipments for Electric Trucks, Tractors and Industrial Locomotives, Igranie Electric Company, Crompton and Co., India-rubber and Gutta-percha Company, British Electric Vehicles, Limited, Lancashire Dynamo and Motor Company, 456, 457
  • - Crane, 25-Ton Electric Overhead Foundry, Joseph Adamson and Co., 667
  • - Crane, Electric Tower, for Handling Timber, Sir W. Arrol and Co., Limited, 624
  • - Crane, Six-motor Electric Soaking Pit, Sir W. Arrol and Co., Limited, 490
  • - Direct-current Motor, Polyphase Motor, Adjustable Speed, and Polyphase Alternator, Swedish General Electric Company, 521
  • - Drill, Westool Electric, 331
  • - Electric Furnaces for Non-ferrous Metals, J. B. C. Kershaw, 44, 48
  • -- Ajax-Wyatt Induction Furnace, 48, 49
  • -- Baily Granular Resistance Furnaces, 105- Kilowatt, 49
  • -- Booth Brass Furnace, 2501b., 44, 49
  • -- Detroit Furnace, 1-Ton, 44, 49
  • -- Rennerfelt Indirect Arc Furnace, 48, 49, 50
  • -- Snyder Direct Arc Furnace, 48, 50
  • -- Wile Tin-smelting Furnace, 50
  • - Electric Rivet Heaters, A-1 Manufacturing Company, 161
  • - Electric Trucks and Industrial Locomotives, 234, 262, 266, 290, 294, 318, 374, 375, 402, 424, 456- for Details, see Trucks, also Locomotives
  • - Electro-magnetic Reel Brake and Regulators, Witton James, Limited, 522
  • - Grain-discharging Plant, Pneumatic, Electric Equipment for, 378, 381
  • - Indicator, Alternator Excitation, and Indicator, Rotor Winding Temperature, General Electric Company of America, 625
  • - Indicator, Speed, Needhamís Pulsator, 34, 35, 517
  • - Lochaber Hydro-electric Power Scheme, 227 Locomotives, Industrial Electric- see Locomotives
  • - Magnetic Plate-handling Crane, Alexander Jack and Co., 298
  • - Marine Type Geared Turbo-generator, W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Limited, 482
  • - Parsons, C. A., and Co., Pass-out Turbine and 1250-Kilowatt Alternator, 640, 641
  • - Physical Phenomenon and its Application, Alfred Johnsen and Kund Rahbek, 597, 600
  • - Piloting Vessels by Electrically Energised Cables, A. Crossley, 567

ELECTRICAL MATTERS (continued):

  • - Power Supply, Projected, in North Wales, J. B. C. Kershaw, 198 ; (Letter), 245
  • - Printers' Exhibition, Electrical Exhibits at, 521
  • - Private House Lighting Set, Aster Engineering Company, 298
  • - Railway, Working of Single Lines of, Tyer Tablet Instrument, Webb and Thompson Train Staff Apparatus, Sykes Non-token System, 115, 127
  • - Railways, Electric- see also Railway
  • - Signalling System, American General Electric Company, 577
  • - Steam Turbine Design, Recent Improvements in, 482, 534, 535, 562, 592, 596, 640
  • - Temperature Limits of Large Alternators, C. A. Juhlin, 125, 130, 625
  • - Tire Pump, Electrically Operated, Brown Brothers, 576
  • - Turbo-alternator, English Electric Company, 562
  • - Turbo-generator, Brown, Boveri and Co., Limited, 534, 535
  • - Turbo-generators--see also Steam Turbine Design
  • - West Bank Dock Electric Power Station near Widnes, 144, 148, 152 ; (Note), 224
  • - Winch, |-Ton Electric, for Grain-discharging Plant, 383
  • ELEVATOR, Grain, Large, at Sydney, N.S.W., 649

ENGINES AND MOTORS:

  • - Convertible Steam Roller and Traction Engine, J. Fowler and Co., Limited, 570, 575
  • - Diesel Engines, Testing, in the Sulzer Works, 674
  • - Engine-room at West Bank Dock Power Station, 144, 148, 152
  • - Gas-driven Blowing Engine, 1300 H.P., Galloways, Limited, 451 (Two-page Supplement, April 29th, 1921)
  • - Hot-bulb Oil Engine, Six-cylinder Marine, Vickers-Petters, Limited, 212, 213
  • - Internal Combustion Engine for Railway Motor Coach, Monsieur P. E. Leroux, 612
  • - Modern Marine Oil Engines, 633, 644
  • - Opposed-piston Marine Oil Engine, 3000 I.H.P., 633, 644
  • - Portable Engine, Economical, Marshall, Sons and Co., Limited, 505, 507
  • - Pumping Engines--see Pump
  • - Two-crank, 10 H.P. Engine, Record Engineering Company, Limited, 270
  • - Vertical Three-cylinder Rolling Mill Engine, Richardsons, Westgarth and Co., Limited, 354 (Two Two-page Supplements, April 1st, 1921)
  • - Winding Engine, Large, for American Copper Mine, Nordberg Manufacturing Company, 540, 541, 544
  • EXHIBITION, Physical and Optical Societies', 34
  • Exhibition, Printer's, Electrical Exhibits at, 521
  • Explosion--see Dust

F

  • FIRMS, Famous, Short Histories of, E. L. Ahrons, 68, 366 ; (Letter), 122
  • Flue Tube Superheaters, Manufacture of, Marine and Locomotive Superheaters, 438
  • Forest Products Laboratory, United States, 322, 326
  • Forging Garden Forks, Modern Method, 414
  • Friction and Lubrication, R. Mountford Deeley, 74, 78
  • Furnace, Reverberatory, Aluminium, J. G. A. Rhodin, 587
  • Furnaces--see also Electrical Matters

G

  • GAS Engines--see Engines
  • Gauge, Optical Measuring, Adam Hilger, Limited, 157
  • Gauge, Precision, Manufacture, A. G. Robson, 312, 313
  • Gauging with Dial Instruments, Wm. Gowl- land, 76
  • Gear-cutting, Grinding and Testing Machines--see Machine Tools
  • Gear Wheels and Gearing, Maag System of, 283, 403
  • Gears for Ships--see Ships
  • Glass Bottle-making Machine, OíNeill Machine Company, 548
  • Glass Manufacture, Machinery for, 204, 208, 548 ; (Letter), 300
  • Grain Elevator, American, Dust Explosion in, 624
  • Grain Elevator, Large, at Sydney, N.S.W., 649
  • Grinding Machines--see Machine Tools

H

  • HELICOPTER--see Aeronautics
  • Histories, Short, of Famous Firms, E. L. Ahrons, 68, 366 ; (Letter), 122
  • Humidifying Apparatus for Textile Factories, Cleworth, Wheal and Co., Limited, 648
  • Hydraulic Propulsion Equipment, Hotchkiss System, 140; Gill System, 172
  • Hydraulic Tipping Steam Wagon, Leyland Motors (1914), Limited, 616, 617
  • Hydraulic Valve, Glenfield and Kennedy, 77 ; (Correction), 132
  • Hydro-electric Scheme, Lochaber, 226
  • Hydro-electric Station at Dolgarrog, North Wales, J. B. C. Kershaw, 195

I

  • INDICATOR, Crank Shaft Alignment, Ruston and Hornsby, Limited, 355
  • Indicator, Speed, Needhamís Pulsator, 34, 35, 517
  • Indicators--see also Electrical Matters
  • Ingot Mould, Large, Brightside Foundry and Engineering Company, Limited, 600
  • Iron Industry, Sussex, Rise and Fall of, Rhys Jenkins, 116, 502, 546

L

  • LABORATORY Appliances, Quadrant Sclero: meter, Auto-punch and Spring Holder, Brinell Pliers, Microscope, Millimike, Rectified Gauges and Pyromike, Oxyscope, Rudge- Whitworth, Limited, 430; (Correction), 471
  • Laboratory, United States Forest Products, 322, 326
  • Laboratory, Works, Products of, Rudge-Whitworth, Limited, 430 ; (Correction), 471
  • Lathes--see Machine Tools
  • Loader, Radial Type, for Loose Materials, Jeffrey Company, 577
  • Locomotive, Broad-gauge, Bristol and Exeter Railway, 69
  • Locomotive, Caledonian Railway Express Passenger, 11 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • Locomotive, First, in Holland, The Snelheid, 1839, 68
  • Locomotive, Four-cylinder Passenger, Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, Tests of, 410
  • Locomotive, Great Eastern Railway Express Goods, 10 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • Locomotive, Great Indian Peninsular Railway Tank, North British Locomotive Company, 11, 14
  • Locomotive, Great Northern Railway Fast Goods, 10 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • Locomotive, London and Brighton Superheater Express Goods, 10 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • Locomotive, London and Southampton Railway, Built in 1838, 366
  • Locomotive, London and South-Western Railway, Six-coupled Express Goods, 11 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • Locomotive, Metropolitan Railway Tank, 11 ; (Correction), 38
  • Locomotive, Midland Railway Decapod, 10
  • Locomotive, North-Eastern Railway Fast Goods, 11 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • Locomotive, Shrewsbury and Birmingham Railway, 1849, 68
  • Locomotive, Shrewsbury and Chester Railway, 1846, 69
  • Locomotive Six-coupled Goods, 1845-1849, 68
  • Locomotive, South African Railways, Garrett Articulated, Beyer, Peacock and Co., Limited, 11, 14
  • Locomotive, Sudan Government Railways, Eight-coupled, North British Locomotive Company, 11, 14
  • Locomotives, Four-coupled Tank, Metropolitan Railway, 120, 121
  • Locomotives, Four-cylinder, Great Central Railway, 660 (Two-page Supplement, June 24th, 1921)
  • Locomotives, Industrial Electric, Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, 235, 236 ; British Electric Vehicles, Limited, 290, 294 ; Jeffery Battery Locomotives, 290 ; "Automatic" Company, 402, 403
  • Locomotives, Industrial Electric, English Electric Company, 666
  • Locomotives, Midland Railway, Oil Fuel Burners on, 601
  • Locomotives, Trevithick's London, Loughnan Pendred at the Newcomen Society, 242, 268 ; (Letters), 273, 301, 357 ; (Correction), 357
  • Lubrication--see also Friction
  • Lubricator, Pump, Dunbar and Slater, Limited, 161

M

  • MACHINE Motion Recorder, Cambridge and Paul Instrument Company, 35

MACHINE TOOLS:

  • - Auto-lathe, Alfred Herbert, Limited, 574
  • - Crank Pin Turning Machine, G. Richards and Co., Limited, 102
  • - Crank Shaft Alignment Indicator, Ruston and Hornsby, Limited, 355
  • - Churchill Machine Tool Companyís Works at Broadheath, 346, 350
  • - Drilling Machine, Bench-type Six-spindle, B.S.A. Tools, Limited, 494
  • - Electric Drill, Westminster Tool and Electric Company, 331
  • - Gear Wheel Testing Machine, ï Adolphe Saurer, 285
  • - Grinding Machines. Double-spindle Hole, Radius Link-grirding, Churchill Machine Tool Company, Limited, 51
  • - Maag Gear-cutting Machine, 283, 284

MACHINE TOOLS (continued):

  • - Maag Gear-grinding Machine and System of Gearing, 284, 403
  • - Milling Cutters, Pair of Old, 330
  • - Radial Drilling Machine for Condenser Tube Plates, Wm. Asquith, Limited, 330
  • - Shearing Machine, High-speed, Regent Shears (1918), Limited, 270
  • - Twist Drill Sharpening and Thinning Machine, Herbert Hunt and Sons, 674
  • MAGNETIC Plate Handling Crane, Alexander Jack and Co., Limited, 298

MAPS :

  • - Electric Power Supply in North Wales, 198
  • - Germany, Proposed Peat Power Plants and Transmission Lines, 423
  • - Lochaber Hydro-electric Power Scheme, 222
  • MARINE Engines--see Engines
  • Mechanical Gears, of Double Reduction, for Merchant Ships, R. J. Walker and S. S. Cook, 327
  • Meniscus Microphones, E. B. H. Wade, 442
  • Metal-scraping Machine, Pneumatic, Anderson Brothers Manufacturing Company, 160
  • Microphones, Meniscus, E. B. H. Wade, 442
  • Milling Machines--see Machine Tools
  • Motor Coach, Railway, with Internal Combustion Engine, Monsieur P. E. Leroux, 612
  • Motor Lorry Converted into Railway Motor Coach, New South Wales Railways, 94, 95, 98
  • Motor Lorry Driving Factory Shafting, J. I. Thornycroft and Co., 649 ; (Letter), 664

N

  • NAVAL Gunnery and Construction, 421, 434

O

  • OIL Engines--see Engines
  • Oil Fuel Burners on Midland Locomotives, 601 ; (Letters), 618, 651, 664
  • Oil-testing Machine, R. M. Deeley, 78
  • Oil-tight Bulkheads for Tankers, Wallsend Shipyard, 331
  • Optical Measuring Gauge, Adam Hilger, Limited, 157

P

  • PHYSICAL Phenomenon and its Application, Alfred Johnsen and Kund Rahbek, 597, 600
  • Plate Mill, Three-high, Plant, Davy Brothers, Limited, 124, 129 {Two-page Supplement, February 4th, 1921)
  • Pneumatic Grain-discharging Plant, Floating, Henry Simon, Limited, 378, 381
  • Pneumatic Metal-scraping Machine, Anderson Brothers Manufacturing Company, 160
  • Portable Engines--see Engines
  • Precision Gauge Manufacture, A. G. Robson. 312, 313
  • Propellers and Propulsion, Marine--see Ships
  • Pump, Centrifugal, Wilfley Company, Limited, 96; (Letters), 122, 158, 214, 272, 357, 413
  • Pump, The Humphrey, 232, 238
  • Pump Lubricator, Dunbar and Slater, Limited, 161
  • Pump, Submersible Motor, High-lift, Submersible Motors, Limited, 24
  • Pump, Tire, Electrically Operated, Brown Brothers, 576
  • Pumping Engine, Triple Corliss, for Margate Waterworks, Hathorn, Davey and Co., Limited, 588, 589
  • Pumping Engines, Triple-expansion, for Hong Kong Water Supply, J. Simpson and Co., 170, 180 (Two-page Supplement, February 18th, 1921)
  • Pumps, Circulating and Bilge, for Hot-bulb Marine Oil Engine, 213
  • Pumps, Fuel, for Six-cylinder Marine Oil Engine, 213, 214

R

  • RAILS, Device for Holding Down, to Concrete Foundations, J. H. Walker, 131
  • Railway Disaster, Cambrian Railway, 127, 145, 153 ; (Letters), 159, 215
  • Railway, Great Western, Lengthening Parsons Tunnel, 256, 259
  • Railway Lines, Proposed New, at Stoke-on- Trent, 467
  • Railway Motor Coach with Internal Combustion Engine, Monsieur P. E. Leroux, 612
  • Railway Motor Coach and Trailer, Conversion from Motor Lorry, 94, 95, 98
  • Railway, North-Eastern, New Electric Rolling Stock, 394, 406 (Two-page Supplement, April 15th, 1921)
  • Railway Tire-fixing Machine, B. and S. Massey, Limited, 441
  • Railway Viaducts--see Viaducts
  • Railway Wagon Weighing Machine, Hydraulic, A. J. Amsler and Co., 23
  • Railway, Working of Single Lines of, 115, 127
  • Recording Chronograph, Dr. W. Rosenhain, 36
  • Rivet Heaters, Electric, AóI Manufacturing Company, 161
  • Roller, Steam and Traction Engine, Convertible, John Fowler and Co., Limited, 570, 575
  • Rolling Mill--see Plate Mill
  • Rolling Stock--see Railway

S

  • "SACK" Steam Disinfector, 331
  • Salving of Ships--see Ships
  • Shears, End-cutting and Sketch Plate, Mangle, andc., for Plate Mill, Scriven and Co., 124, 129, 130, (Two-page Supplement, February 4th, 1921)
  • Shearing Machines--see also Machine Tools
  • Shield for Tunnel Lengthening, 256, 259

SHIPS AND SHIPPING MATTERS :

  • General :
  • - Engines--see Engines
  • - German Battleship, Experimental Bombardment of, 421, 434
  • - Hydraulic Propulsion of Ships, 140, 172
  • - Mechanical Gears, of Double Reduction, for Merchant Ships, R. J. Walker and S. S. Cook, 327
  • - Oil-tight Bulkheads for Tankers, Wallsend Shipyard, 331
  • - Piloting Vessels by Electric Cables, A. Crossley, 567
  • - Stern-post, Altered, J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Limited, 52
  • British Navy :
  • - Enterprise, H.M. Light Cruiser, 17 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • - Hood, H.M. Battle-Cruiser, at Full Speed, 17 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • - L. 71 and M. 23, H.M. Submarines, 17 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • - Lord Clive, British Monitor, Fitted with Experimental Triple Big Gun Mounting, 421, 434
  • - Raleigh, H.M. Light Cruiser, 17 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • - Wolverine, H.M. Destroyer, 17 {Supplement, January 1th, 1921)
  • Foreign Navies:
  • - American Warships, New, 227 {Two-page Supplement, March 4th, 1921)
  • - Italian Battleship, Leonardo da Vinci, Salving of, 281 {Two-page Supplement, March ISth, 1921)
  • - U.S. Battleship California, 228
  • - U.S. Battleship Maryland. 228
  • Miscellaneous Vessels :
  • - Antwerp, Great Eastern Cross - Channel Steamer, 22 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • - Elizabeth Stoner, Cargo Steamship, J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Limited, 626
  • - Meandros, Cargo Steamer, J. I Thornycroft and Co., Limited, 21 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • - Naldera, P. and O. Inner, 21 (Supplement, January 7th 1921)
  • - Prinses Juliana, Zeeland Steamship Company, 22 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • - R.M.S. Arundel Castle, Union-Castle Line, Harland and Wolff, Limited, 510, 514
  • - Samaria, Cunard Liner, 21 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • - Theodore Roosevelt, Motor Ship, 22 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • - Yngaren, Single-screw Motor Ship, Trials of, W. Doxford and Sons, Limited, 642
  • SHORT Historiesósee Histories
  • Signalling System, American General Electric Company, 577
  • "Sincometer," Device for Survey Work, Charles C. Wardrop, 594
  • Sketch Plate Shear, Mangle, &c., for Rolling Mill, Scriven and Co., 124. 129 (Two-plate Supplement, February 4th, 1921)
  • Skew Gear Design, F. E. Lindsay, 652
  • Snow-loading Machine, Barber-Greene and Co., 216
  • Sonoscope, Capac Company, Limited, 302
  • Speed Indicator, Needhamís "Pulsator," Evershed and Vignoles, Limited, 34
  • Steam Engines--see Engines
  • Steam Turbine--see Turbine
  • Steam Wagon, Hydraulic Tipping, Leyland Motors (1914), Limited, 616, 617
  • Stern-post--see Ships
  • Stress Testing--see Torsion
  • Stresses--see Contact
  • Stroboscope, Tuning Fork, H. Tinsley and Co., 34
  • Stroboscopic Vibrator, Robertson's, 36
  • Superheaters--see Flue Tube
  • Survey Work, Device for Simplifying, Charles C. Wardrop, 594

T

  • TELEPHONE Cable Tubes, Laying, by Thrust Boring, 432
  • Temperature Control Apparatus, British Oil and Fuel Conservation, Limited, 34
  • Testing Machines for Welds, F. M. Farmer, 201, 202
  • Tests of Locomotives--see Locomotive
  • Tire Pump, Motor, Brown Brothers, 576
  • Tire, Railway, Fixing Machine, B. and S. Massey, Limited, 441
  • Torsion and Bending Stress Machine, Charles Cook, Limited, 550
  • Tractor, "Automatic" Electric, 402
  • Tractor, Electric, Lansing Equipment Company, 374, 375
  • Tractor, Yale Electric, 262, 266
  • Trestle--see Viaducts
  • Trucks, Electric, Heenan and Froude, 234 ; Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, 235, 236 ; "Automatic," 262 ; Yale, 262, 266 ; Grefen- bat, 374, 375, 376 ; British Electric Vehicles, Limited, 290, 294, 456 ; Elwell Parker, 318 ; Lansing Equipment Company, 374, 375 ; H. C. Slingsby, 403; Roadcraft, Limited, 374, 376 ; Edison, 402; Electromobiles, Limited, 374, 376 ; Electricars, Limited, 402 ; "Automatic" Company, 402 ; India- rubber, Gutta-percha and Telegraph Works Company, Silvertown, 424, 456.
  • Tunnel, Parsons, Great Western Railway, Lengthening, 256, 259
  • Turbine, Steam, Design, Recent Improvements in, 482, 534, 535, 562, 592, 596, 640
  • Turbine, Water, New Type, 518
  • Turbine, Water, Turgo Impulse, Gilbert Gilkes and Co., 411
  • Turbo-alternators and Turbo-generators--see also Electrical Matters
  • Turbo-generator, Geared, Marine Type, W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Limited, 482
  • Turbo-generators, Measurement of Air Passing Through, 550
  • Turbo-generators--see also Electrical Matters Turning Machines--see Machine Tools

V

  • VALVE, Hydraulic Operating, Glenfield and Kennedy, Limited, 77 ; (Correction), 132
  • Viaducts, Trestle, on the Great Western Railway, 64, 72; Noss and Longwood, 64 ; Penryn, 65, 72 ; Ponsanooth, 64, 72 ; Saint Germains, 64, 72 ; (Letter), 92

W

  • WAGON, Steam, Leyland Motors (1914), Limited, 616, 617
  • Wagon, 107-Ton Twelve-wheeled, and Bogie, Virginian Railway, 217
  • Wagon Works at Horbury Junction, Yorkshire, C. Roberts and Co., Limited, 476, 486 ; (Correction), 682
  • Water Drums of Yarrow Boilers, 442, 566
  • Water Power Developments in North Wales, J. B. C. Kershaw, 195 ; (Letter), 245
  • Water Supply, Hong Kong, 170, 180 (Two- page Supplement, February 18th, 1921)
  • Water Turbine, New Type, 518
  • Water Turbine, Turgo Impulse, Gilbert Gilkes and Co., 411
  • Weighing Machine, Railway Wagon, Hydraulic, A. J. Amsler and Co., 23
  • Welds, Standardisation in the Testing of, F. M. Farmer, 200
  • Wheel-testing Machine, Adolphe Saurer, 285
  • Working, Railway--see Railway
  • Works at Broadheath, Churchill Machine Tool Company, 346, 350
  • Works Extension for Manufacture of Flue Tube Superheaters, Marine and Locomotive Superheaters, Limited, 438
  • Works Laboratory--see Laboratory
  • Works, The New Darnall, Davy Brothers, Limited, 662, 670
  • Works, Wagon--see Wagon== See Also ==
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