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The Engineer 1924/06/06

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  • Contents, p 631.

Main Subjects

  • An Efficient Primary Cell, p 636 - p 637. (Illustrated).
  • A Seven Day Journal, p 617.
    • An Electric Train Derailment.
    • A New Telephone Cable.
    • The Severn Waterway Scheme.
    • A High Elastic Limit Steel.
    • The St. Paul's Bridge Scheme.
    • The Canadian Pacific Liner Empress of France.
    • The Channel Tunnel.
    • A Novel Motor Launch.
    • A Long Distance Wireless Telephony Test.
    • The Robert Blair Fellowships.
    • University College Engineering Laboratories.
  • Atoms and Isotopes, by F. W. Aston, p 637 - p 638.
  • Main Line Railway Electrification, by Sir Philip Dawson and S. Parker Smith, No. I Switzerland, p 633 - p 636.(Illustrated Map).
    • Swiss Federal Railways.
    • Table XI - Electric Rolling Stock on Swiss Railways.
    • The Berne-Loetschberg-Simplon Railway.
  • Obituary, p 624.
  • Sixty Years Ago, p 632.
    • Captain Tyler.
  • Swiss Railways - Electric Locomotive Types, after p 630. (Illustrated).

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