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The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.

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A

  • ADAMSON, Daniel, and Co., Ltd., Automatic Petrol Power Plant, 582
  • Ahrons, E. L., British Steam Railway Locomotive from 1825-1924, 2, 34, 66, 94, 124, 150, 178, 206, 232, 258, 288, 316, 344, 370, 398, 424, 452, 478, 506, 534, 562, 590, 616, 642, 670, 698 ; (Letters), 155, 240, 516
  • Albion Motor Workshop Wagon, 496
  • American Railways, 22,000-Volt Motor Generator Locomotives for, 334
  • Annaghkilly Viaduct, G.N. Railway, Ireland, 139
  • Aorangi, Union Steamship Company's Motor Liner, 16, 23, 42, 48, 71, 72, 106, 110, 111 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925), (Two-page Supplement, January 16th, 1925)
  • Arapeti Dam and Storage Area, 266, 270
  • Arrol, Sir William, and Co., Ltd., Switchback Railway at the Paris Exhibition, 525
  • Arrol, Sir William, and Co., Ltd., Waterloo Temporary Bridge, 686, 701 (Two-page Supplement, June 26th, 1925)
  • Ashworth and Parker, 200 K.W. Steam-extraction Generator Set, 630
  • Aston Chain and Hook Company, Ltd., Jack Chain and Knotted Chain Making Machines, 292
  • Ateliers de Constructions Mecaniques de Vevey, Hydraulic Turbine, New Type of, 220
  • Atlantic Transport Company, Twin - screw Liner Minnetonka, 22 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • Atmos High-pressure Boiler, J. V. Blomquist, 249
  • Austin Motor, Constant Current, 440
  • Australia, Irrigation Works in, 462, 465
  • Avery, W. and T., Ltd., Mechanism of Weighing Machine, 238

B

  • BAGNALL, W. G., Ltd., Fireless Engine Unique, 11
  • Barclay, Andrew, Sons and Co., Ltd., Narrow Gauge Engine for Assam, 168
  • Barking Power Station, County of London Electric Supply Company, 568
  • Beardmore Two-seater Wee Bee I. Monoplane, 19 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • Beardmore, W., and Co., Ltd., Latvian Icebreaker Krisjanis Valdemars, 686
  • Beldis, Motor Ship, with a Cargo of Locomotives, 86
  • Beiliss and Morcom, Air Compressor for Clyde Dock, 332, 333 ; (Letters), 434, 468
  • Bever, Peacock and Co., Ltd., Locomotives, 11, 715, 716
  • Biles, Sir John, on Steam Engines v. Oil Engines, for Passenger Ships, 388
  • Birmingham Corporation, Nechells Power Station, 654, 660
  • Blackburn "Cubaroo" Torpedo-plane, 21 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • Blackstone and Co., 55 B.H.P. Oil Engine and Fuel Injection Arrangement, 238
  • Blomquist, J. V., Atmos High-pressure Boiler, 249
  • Bow Power Station, Reconstruction and Equipment, 542, 546
  • Brackett, F. W., and Co., Ltd., Fixing Circulating Water Screening Plant, 224
  • Bradley and Turton, Ltd., Inclinable Presses with Double Roll Feed ; also with Friction Feed and Friction-driven Screw Press, 239, 240
  • Bradley and Turton, Ltd., Rotary Shears, 239
  • Brigitta Bridge, Vienna, Shifting, 428
  • British Area Regulators, Ltd., Automatic Regulators, 351
  • British Aviator, Motor Tanker, Palmer's Shipbuilding Company, 5, 6 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • British Industries Fair, 222, 238
  • British Insulated and Helsby Cables, Ltd., Collieries Electric Lighting System, 496
  • British Steam Railway Locomotive from 1825 to 1924, E. L. Ahrons, 2, 34, 66, 94, 124, 150, 178, 206, 232, 258, 288, 316, 344, 370, 398, 424, 452, 478, 506, 534, 562, 590, 616, 642, 670, 698 ; (Letters), 155, 240, 516--For Locomotives Illustrated, see Subjects Index, Locomotives
  • British Thomson-Houston Company's Works at Rugby, Part of, 679
  • Broadcasting Company's Equipment at New London Station, 306
  • Brooke, J. W. and Co., Ltd., Centrifugal Pump Driven by 4 B.H.P. Petrol Motor, 280
  • Brookhirst Switchgear Ltd., "Midget" Type Motor Starting Panels, 142
  • Brown, John, and Co., Ltd., Twin-screw geared- turbine Orient Liner Oronsay, 185, 190, 212, 213
  • Brunler Submerged Flame Boiler, 184
  • Bucyrus Company, Mechanical Shovel for Subway Work, 633
  • Burgerhout-Nobel Engine 900 B.H.P., 6
  • Burma Railways, Garratt Locomotive, Beyer, Peacock and Co., Ltd., 11
  • Burmeister and Wain, Four-cycle Marine Oil Engine, and 6750 S.H.P. Double-acting Engine and Crank Shaft, 246, 247
  • Burnt Oak Automatic Sub-station, 39 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • Butler, Samuel, and Co., Ltd., Travelling Steam Crane, 443

C

  • CAMBRIDGE Instrument Company's Photoelectric Cell ; Record Measuring Machine ; Recording Accelerometer ; Thread Recorder and Dodder Machine, 52
  • Chains (Jewellers), Ltd., Curb and Trace Chainmaking Machines, 239, 276
  • Chancy--Pougny Hvdro-electric Power Station, 321, 328
  • Chesapeake and Ohio Railway, Mallet Simple Locomotive, 14
  • Chorlton on Medlock Sub-station, 40
  • City of Venice, Single-screw Steamship, Workman, Clark and Co., Ltd., 22, 23,
  • Clayton Wagons, Ltd., Railway Steam Car for New Zealand, 570
  • Clothier, II. W., Design of Electrical Plant Control Gear, andc., 268
  • Clyde, New Dock Equipment on the, 233, 242, 274, 304, 332 ; (Letters), 434, 468
  • Cockerill Gas Engine, 7150 B.H.P., 166, 168
  • Coker, Professor E. G., Action of Cutting Tools, 318
  • Constructional Engineering Company, Ltd., A Handy Foundry Ladle, 469
  • Cox and Danks, Ltd., Salvage Gear at Scapa Flow, 23 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • Crossley Brothers, Ltd., Gas and Oil Engines at the British Industries Fair, 222
  • Crossley Brothers, Ltd., Oil-driven Pumping Plant at Chipstead, 626, 632
  • Cunard Twin-screw Liner Aurania, 22 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • Cunliffe and Croom, Ltd., Locomotive Wheel Quartering Machine, 250

D

  • DAHLERUS, J. B., Anti-friction Bearings for Heavy Duty, 181, 197 ; (Letters), 295, 434
  • Darnall Works New Iron Foundry, Davy Brothers, Ltd., 374, 382
  • Dawson, Sir Philip, and Professor S. Parker Smith, on Main Line Railway Electrification, Scandinavia, 98, 156 ; (Letters), 240, 295, 595 ; Germany, 620, 650--for details, see Subjects Index, Railway
  • Deschamps, J., Influence of Pulsations on Combustion, 152
  • Deutsches Museum, Munich, 644
  • Dolius, Motor Ship, Scott's Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., 5, 7 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • Doxford, William, and Sons, Ltd., New Type Three-cylinder 1760 B.H.P. Engine, 6

E

  • EAST Ferry-road Engineering Works Company, Ltd., Grain Elevators for the Port of London, 296, 297, 300
  • East India Railway, Six-coupled Passenger Engine, Kitson and Co., Ltd., 12, 13
  • Electrical Apparatus Company, Machine Tool Switchgear, 362
  • Ellesmere Port, Water Softening Plant at, Wollaston Gas Producers, Ltd., 386
  • English Electric Company, Motor and Control Gear for Large Colliery Winder, 404, 408
  • Escher Wyss-Zoelly Steam Turbine Locomotive, 9, 10 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • Evershed and Vignoles, Ltd., Traction Recorder, 53
  • Exe Engineering Company, Ltd., Screw-cutting Lathe, 239

F

  • FAIRFIELD Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Limited, Motor Liner Aorangi, 16, 23, 42, 48, 71, 72, 106, 110, 111 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925), (Two-page Supplement, January 16th, 1925)
  • Ferranti, Ltd., Large Transformers, 680
  • Ferranti, Ltd., Million-volt Testing Equipments, 412
  • Flettner Rotor Ship Buckau, 23 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • French Battleship Liberte, Salving the, 487

G

  • GARSTIN, Sir William Edmund (Portrait), 82 Gee, W. W. Haldane, Mechanical Equivalent of Heat, Joule's First Measurements, 426 ; (Letter), 516
  • General Electric Company, Single-phase Equipment for the Southern Railway, 486
  • General Electric Company's Works at Witton, Part of, 678
  • German Federal Railways--Electric Locomotives, 623, 650
  • Germany, Diesel Locomotive Design in, 578
  • Gloucestershire "Gannet" Biplane, 19 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • Glover, M., and Co., Circular Saw Guard, 223
  • Gold Coast Railway, Eight-coupled Goods Engine, Vulcan Foundry Company, Ltd., 13
  • Great Western Railway Goods Tank Engine, 11
  • Great Western Railway 4-6-0 Passenger Engine Viscount Churchill, 11 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • Grenoble Exhibition, 690
  • Grice, William, and Sons, Ltd., Chain Link Making Machine, 469
  • Guillemard Railway Bridge over the Kelantan River, 593
  • Gwynnes Engineering Company, Ltd., Light Motor Fire Engine, 554
  • Gwynnes "Invincible" Pumping Units, 76

H

  • HAMWORTHY Engineering Company's Automatic Air Compressor, 170
  • Hancock and Sons, Oxygas Metal-cutting Plant, 238
  • Handley Page Biplane "Hamilton," 21 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • Harling, W. H., Adjustable Parabolic Curve, 580
  • Harrow and Rickmansworth Line, Automatic Signalling, 466
  • Harvey, William, Saint Paul's Cathedral, Its Structure, Defects and Repair, 129
  • Hawker Cygnet II. Biplane, 21 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • Henley's Telegraph Works Company's Low-tension Laboratory and Cable-testing Department, 26
  • Herbert Chuck under Test, 662
  • Heywood, S. H., and Co., Ltd., 20-Ton Goliath Crane, 658
  • Hindmarsh, R. E., New Coal Staith at Whitehall Point, on the Tyne, 134, 141
  • Hulse and Co., Ltd., Machine for Re-trueing Railway Tires, 414
  • Hunslet Engine Company, Locomotive for Chilian Mining Line, 13 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • Hunt, L. J., Self-synchronising Alternator, 526
  • Hurst-Ball System of Casting Large Diameter Pipes, 416

I

  • IGRANIC Rotor Control Gear and Low-tension Switchboard, 275
  • Igranic Electric Company, Ltd., Variable Grid Leak, Variometers, High-resistance Potentiometer, "Unitune" Fixed Coupler, 53
  • Industrial Waste Eliminators, Ltd., Oil Separator, 239, 240
  • International Combustion, Ltd., and Vickers-Spearing Boiler Company, Ltd., Coal-pulverising Plant and Boilers, 660
  • Italian Double-ended Diesel-electric Locomotive, 358
  • Italian Locomotives at Grenoble Exhibition, 690
  • Italian Scouts, The Leone, Tigre, Pantera, 456, 600, 604

K

  • KANGO Company, Ltd., Electric Hammer, 718
  • Karrier Motors, Ltd., Combined Road Sweeper, Sprinkler and Dust Collector, 441 ; (Correction), 504
  • Kent-Hodgson Turbine Steam Meter, 684
  • Krupp-Zoelly Steam Turbine Locomotive, 9, 10 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)

L

  • LATVIAN Icebreaker Krisjanis Valdemars, W. Beardmore and Co., Ltd., 686
  • Leafield Coupled Arc, 634
  • Leafield Wireless Station, Primary Inductance and Variable Coupler, 27 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • Ling Pneumatic Motor and Drilling Head, 442
  • Liptack Furnace Arches, Ltd., Suspended Furnace Arch, 361
  • Littleton (Queen Mary) Reservoir and Works, 672, 682, 705, 710 (Two-page Supplement, June 16th, 1925)
  • Lloyd Sabando Liner Conte Biancamano, Wm. Beardmore and Co., Ltd., 497
  • Lomonossoff Diesel-electric Locomotive, 9, 10 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • London Broadcasting Station, New, 306
  • London, Midland and Scottish Railway, Baltic Tank Engine, 10 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • London, Midland and Scottish Railway 0-6-0 Goods Engine, 10
  • London and North-Eastern Railway Garratt Locomotive, Beyer, Peacock and Co., Ltd., 715, 716
  • London and North-Eastern Railway Mikado Locomotive, Mr. H. N. Gresley's Design, 715, 717
  • Longbridge Mercury Arc Rectifier Sub-station, Birmingham, 678

M

  • MANGAHAO Hydro-electric Scheme, River, Reservoir, Power Station, Dams and Electrical Equipment, andc., 266, 270
  • Marconi's Wireless Telegraph Company, 50- Watt Wireless Transmitter, Power Amplifier, 54
  • Massip Steam Trap, E. Lassen and Co., 608
  • Mather and Platt, Ltd., Rotary Converters in Liverpool Sub-stations, 391
  • Metropolitan Asylums Board Motor Ambulance and Ambulance Reconditioning Works, 209, 216
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, 481
  • Molesworth, Sir Guilford Lindsey (Portrait), 137
  • Moore, G. E., Stroboscopic Determination of Speeds and Frequencies, Apparatus and Methods Used, 209
  • Morison, Donald Barns (Portrait), 521
  • Morris Engines (Coventry), Ltd., Works, Hardening and Carburising Plant, 387
  • Morris, J., on Vibration in Engine Test Gear, 484
  • Muir, Wm., and Co., Ltd., Plano-milling Machine for Profile Work, 308
  • Mullard Radio Valve Company, Transmitting Valve, 53, 54

N

  • NATIONAL Gas Engine Company, 3.25-Kilowatt Lighting Set and 66 B.H.P. Heavy Oil Engine, 223, 224
  • New Conveyor Company, Foundry Sand Recovery Plant, 572
  • New Zealand, Manawatu Road Reconstruction, 552, 553
  • Niagara, Bridges Over, 490, 492
  • Norte Railway 3000-Volt D.C. Electric Locomotive, 78, 84
  • North British Locomotive for Western Australian Railways, 13 ; and Geared Steam Turbine Condensing Locomotive, 9 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • North-Eastern Marine Engineering Company, Ltd., Engines of the Raby Castle, 458, 459

O

  • ONGAR and Brentwood Wireless Stations, 596, 597
  • Orient Liner Oronsay, John Brown and Co., Ltd., 185, 190, 212, 213
  • Orient Twin-screw Liner Orama, 22 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)

P

  • PARIS Exhibition, Switchback Railway at, Sir William Arrol and Co., 525
  • Parnail Pixie III. Monoplane, 21 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • Parsons Three-cylinder Marine Motor for Lifeboat, 160 ; (Letter), 188
  • Patchell, W. H., Super-power Stations in America, 264
  • Physical and Optical Societies' Exhibition, 52
  • Pickles and Hall Pitting Gauge, 554
  • Pickles, John, and Son, Ltd., Mortising, Boring and Gaining Machine, 359
  • Poldhu Experimental Short Wave Wireless Station (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • Pollock, Walter, Increasing the Efficiency of the Screw Propeller, 402, 444
  • Poultney, E. C., Fifty Per Cent. Cut-ofi Locomotives, 510, 550
  • Precision Photo Printing Plant, Ltd., Blue Print Washing and Drying Machine, 523

R

  • RABY Castle, Single-screw Motor Ship, Caledon Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Ltd., 458
  • Rainham Sewage Works, Tanks, 25 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • Record Electrical Company, Improved Instruments, 279
  • Rees Propeller Jet Propulsion Device, 494
  • Reyrollo Contactor Panels and High-tension Switchgear, 275
  • Rhodes, Brydon and Youatt, Ltd., Combined Electric Motor and Pump, 662
  • Roberts, Charles, and Co., Ltd., 15-Ton Sidetipping Wagons, 85
  • Robertson, W. H. A., and Co., Ltd., Wire Flattening Rolling Mills, Roller Bearings, Edging Rolls, Coiling Stands, andc., 193
  • Robey and Co., Ltd., Large Geared Colliery Winder, 404, 408
  • Robinson, Thomas, and Sons, Ltd., New Woodworking Machines, 522
  • Rohrbach Metal Aeroplane Company, Flying Boat, 350, 354
  • Rosenhain, Dr. W., and Mr. A. C. Sturney, Report to Cutting Tools Research Committee, 126, 127
  • Rugby Station Aerial, 26, 27
  • Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 110 B.H.P. Oil Engine, 222, 223

s

  • SAINT Paul's Cathedral, Its Structure, Defects, and Repair, William Harvey, 129
  • Sennar Dam, 101 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • Sentinel Wagon Works, Ltd., Geared Shunting Locomotive, 432, 433, 436
  • Siemens Wireless Equipment for Motor Lifeboat, 160 ; (Letter), 178
  • Simla Water Supply, High-head Pumping Plant for, 162, 167 (Two-page Supplement, February 6th, 1925)
  • Smith, Dempster, and Arthur Leigh on Lathe Tools and Fine Cuts, 319
  • Soldo Company's New Tinning Compound, 413
  • South Wales, Steep Ropeways in, R. White and Sons, 514, 518
  • Southampton Floating Dock, 37 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • Southern Railway, Single-phase Equipment for, General Electric Company, 486
  • Stanton, Dr. T. E., Friction of Pistons and Piston Rings, 70
  • Stanton, Dr. T. E., and Mr. J. H. Hyde, Report to Cutting Tools Research Committee, 126, 127 ; (Letter), 155
  • Stockton and Darlington Railway Locomotive The Magnet, as Reconstructed, Timothy Hackworth, 440
  • Stone, J., and Co., Ltd., Nipple Expander, 362 ; (Letter), 406
  • Swanley Motor Ship, Barclay, Curie and Co., Ltd., 5, 7 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • Swansea Dry Dock, 37 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • Swedish Destroyers Nils Ehrenskold and O. H. Nordenskjold, 685
  • Swiss Federal Railways Motor Coach with Oil Transmission Gear, 308

T

  • TAYLOR, H. W., Three-wire Direct-current Distribution Networks, 75
  • Taylor, Major A. M., on High-pressure Cables, 115
  • Thom, A., and J. Small, Velocity of Wind in Conical Ducts, 262
  • Thomas, H. A., on Measurement of Mechanical Vibrations, 102
  • Thornycroft, John I., and Co., Ltd., Twin-screw Ferry Boat Kathleen, 662
  • Tilling-Stevens and Foamite Fire-foam, Ltd., Motor Foam Fire-fighting Engine, 467
  • Towler, C. O., Steam Regeneration : Its Possibilities, 592
  • Tracey, A. I., on Super-tension Cable Dielectrics, 580
  • Trent Navigation Improvement, Holme Lock, 37 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • Triumph, H.M.S., and Her Cylinder Liner, Engineer-Captain Edgar C. Smith, 498

U

  • UNION Steamship Company's Motor Liner Aornagi, 16, 23, 42, 48, 71, 72, 106, 110, 111 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925) (Two-page Supplement, January 16th, 1925)
  • United States Cruiser Marblehead, 358
  • Upper Reno Power Project, 608

V

  • VEYRIER, Commandant J., Proposed Submarine Tubular Railway, 245
  • Vickers Ltd., Eight-cylinder 2700 B.H.P. Solid Injection Engine, 6
  • Vickers-Petters Four-cylinder Hot-bulb Engines, 76
  • Vickers "Vulture" Amphibian Biplane, 21
  • Virginian Railway, Electrification of, and Triple Electric Locomotive for, 606
  • Vulcan Motor and Engineering Company (1906), Ltd., War Office Subsidy 2-Ton Chassis, 378, 379
  • Vulcan Roadless Half-track Vehicle, 572, 574

W

  • WATERLOO Temporary Bridge, Sir W. Arrol and Co., Ltd., 686, 701 (Two-page Supplement, June 26th, 1925)
  • Wells, A. C., and Co., Spraying Plant for Laminated Core Stampings, 58
  • Western Electric Company, Seven-valve Supersonic Wireless Receiver, 470
  • Westland Widgeon Monoplane and Westland Wood Pigeon Biplane, 21 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • White, R., and Sons, Steep Colliery Ropeways in South Wales, 514, 518 (Two-page Supplement, May 8th, 1925)
  • Wightman, J., Miniature Radial Drilling Machine, 497
  • Wordingham, Charles Henry (Portrait), 164
  • Worthington-Simpson Pumping Machinery, Boilers, andc., for the Littleton--Queen Mary Reservoir and Works, 672, 682, 705, 710 (Two-page Supplement, June 19th, 1925)

Y

  • YORKSHIRE Engine Company, Ltd., Eight- coupled Engine for Bengal-Nagpur Railway and Tank Locomotive for Nitrate Railways, 13, 14

Subjects.

A

  • ADJUSTABLE Parabolic Curve, W. H. Harling, 580
  • AERONAUTICS :
  • - Aeroplanes of 1924, 18 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)--For Names of Machines see Names Index ; see also Aeronautics, Miscellaneous Index
  • - Flying Boat, All-metal, Rohrbach Metal Aeroplan Company, 350, 354
  • AIR Compressor, Automatic, Ham worthy Engineering Company, Ltd., 170
  • Air Compressor for Clyde Dock, Beiliss and Morcom, Ltd., 332, 333 ; (Letters), 434, 468
  • Alchemist's Laboratory of the Middle Ages, 646
  • Anti-friction Bearings for Heavy Duty, J. B. Dahlerus, 181, 197 ; (Letters), 295, 434
  • Arch, Suspended Furnace, Liptak Furnace Arches, Ltd., 361

B

  • BLUE Print Washing and Drying Machine, Precision Photo Printing Plant, Ltd., 523
  • Boiler, Atmos High-pressure, J. V. Blomquist, 249
  • Boiler, Internal Combustion, Oscar Brunler, 184
  • Boiler-house and Equipment for Bow Power Station, 542, 546
  • Boiler-house (Trenton Channel), 264
  • - Drum, Partly Forged, for 1200 lb. Boiler (Weymouth), 265
  • - Drum, Completed Steam, for 1200 lb. Boiler, (Weymouth), 265
  • Boilers, Yarrow High-pressure, Howden Combined Cylindrical and Water-tube High- pressure, Sir John Biles, 388
  • Bridge, Brigitta, Vienna, Shifting, 428
  • Bridge, Guillemard Railway, Over the Kelantan River, 593
  • Bridge, Waterloo Temporary, Sir W. Arrol and Co., Ltd., 686, 701 (Two-page Supplement, June 26th, 1925)
  • Bridges Over the River Niagara, 490, 492

C

  • CABLES--see Electrical Matters
  • Calorimeter for Testing Fuel Oil, 593
  • Cathedral, Saint Paul's, Its Structure, Defects and Repair, William Harvey, 129
  • Centrifugal Casting of Large Diameter Pipes, Hurst-Ball System, 416
  • Chain Link Making Machine, William Grice and Sons, Ltd., 469
  • Chain Making--see also Wire Chain
  • Chassis, War-office Subsidy 2-Ton, Vulcan Motor and Engineering Company, Ltd., 378, 379
  • Chuck under Test, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 662
  • Circular Saw Guard, M. Glover and Co., 223
  • Circulating Water Screening Plant, Fixing, F, W. Brackett and Co., Ltd., 224
  • Coal-pulverising Plant and Boilers, International Combustion, Ltd., and Vickers- Spearing Boiler Company, Ltd., 660
  • Coal Staith, New, at Whitehall Point, on the Tyne, R. E. 134, 141
  • Crane, 20-ton Goliath, S. H. Heywood and Co., Ltd., 658
  • Crane, Travelling Steam, Samuel Butler and Co., Ltd., 443
  • Cutting Tools-—see Machine Tools

D

  • DAM, Sennar, 101 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • Dielectrics, Super-tension Cable, A. I. Tracey, 580
  • Dock Equipment on the Clyde, New, 233, 242, 274, 304, 332 ; (Letter), 434
  • - De-watering Plants for Graving Docks 1 and 3, 233, 242
  • - No. 3 Graving Dock Pumps, 274
  • - Hydraulic Power Services for Prince's Dock and the Graving Docks, 304 ; (Letters), 434, 468
  • - Pneumatic and Electric Services, Prince s and Graving Docks, Nos. 1, 2 and 3, 332
  • Docks, Southampton and Swansea, 37 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • Drills—-see Machine Tools

E

  • ELECTRICAL MATTERS :
  • - Aorangi, Electrical Equipment for--see Ships
  • - Barking Power Station, 40,000 K.W. Parsons Turbo-generator set, Yarrow Boiler, 568
  • - Bow Power Station Reconstruction, 1000-K.W. Turbo-generator, andc., 542, 546
  • - Chancy - Pougny Hydro - electric Power Station, 321, 328
  • - Change Coil Multi-range Test Set, "Cirscale" Alternating-current Ammeter, Record Electrical Company, 279
  • - Chorlton on Medlock Sub-station, 40
  • - Clyde New Dock Equipment, Electrical, 233, 242, 274, 304, 332
  • - Collieries' Electric Lighting System, British Insulated and Helsby Cables, Ltd., 496
  • - Constant Current Motors, Gilbert Austin, 440
  • - Design of Electrical Plant Control Gear, andc., H. W. Clothier, 268
  • - High-pressure Cables, Major A. M. Taylor, 115
  • - Institution of Electrical Engineers, Various Works Visited, 654, 660, 679
  • - Laboratory, High-voltage Testing, Metropoli- tan-Vickers Electrical Company, 481
  • - Laboratory, Low-tension and Cable-testing Department, Henley's Telegraph Works Company, 26
  • - Leafield Arc Room, 634
  • - Leafield Wireless Station, Primary Inductance and Variable Coupler, 27 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • - Lighting and Power-generating Set, 60 B.H.P. Auxiliary for Grain Elevators, 298
  • - Locomotives, Electric--see Locomotives
  • - Machine Tool Switchgear, Electrical Apparatus Company, 362
  • - Mangahao Hydro-electric Scheme, Power Station and Equipment, 266, 270
  • - "Midget" Type Motor Starting Panels, Brookhirst Switchgear, Ltd., 142
  • - Million-Volt Testing Equipment, Ferranti, Ltd., 412
  • - Nechells Electric Power Station, Birmingham, 654, 660
  • - Raby Castle, Allen Direct-current Generators for, 459
  • - Relay, A New, 498
  • - Rotary Converters, 1500-K.W. Self-synchronising, Mather and Platt, Ltd., 391
  • - Rugby Station Aerial, 26, 27
  • - Self-synchronising Alternator, L. J. Hunt, 526
  • - Single-phase Equipment for the Southern Railway, 486
  • - Super-power stations in America, W. H. Patchell, 264
  • - Switches, Electro-pneumatic High-voltage Unit and Electro-pneumatic Cam-operated, for Norte Railway Locomotive, 84
  • - Synchronous Motors for Mining Work, Major E. I. David, 248
  • - Three-wire Direct-current Distribution Networks, H. W. Taylor, 75
  • - Transformer, 500,000-Volt and Variablespeed Motor Generator Sets, 481
  • - Transformers, Large, Ferranti, Ltd., 680
  • - Transverter, 2000-K.W., 26 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • - Winder, Colliery, Motor and Control Gear for, English Electric Company, 404, 408
  • ENGINES AND MOTORS :
  • - Aorangi, Quadruple-screw Motor Liner, Engines and Auxiliaries, 16, 23, 42, 48, 71, 72 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925) (Two-page Supplement, January 16th, 1925)
  • - Blast-furnace Gas Engine, 7150 B.H.P., Soc. Anon. John Cockerill, 166, 168
  • - Burgerhout-Nobel Engine, 900 B.H.P., 6
  • - Crossley Gas Engine, 12.25 B.H.P., 222
  • - Crossley Oil Engine, 14 B.H.P., 222
  • - Double-acting, 6750 S.H.P. Engine and Crank Shaft for Motor Liner Gripsholm, Burmeister and Wain, 247
  • - Eagle IX. Engines for All-metal Flying Boat, 350, 354
  • - Four-cylinder Hot-bulb Engines for Driving Centrifugal Pumps, Vickers-Petters, Ltd., 76
  • - Gas Engine for Small Lighting Set, and 66 B.H.P. Heavy Oil Engine, National Gas Engine Company, 223, 224
  • - Lifeboat, Three-cylinder Marine Motor for, Parsons Motor Company, Ltd., 160 ; (Letter), 188
  • - Marine Oil Engine Trials, Indicator Drive, Thermal Circuits, 346
  • - New Type Three-cylinder 1760 B.H.P. Engine, William Doxford and Sons, Ltd., 6
  • - Oil Engine, 55 B.H.P. and Fuel Injection Arrangement, Blackstone and Co., 238
  • - Oil Engines, Four-cycle Marine, Burmeister and Wain, 246, 247
  • - Oronsay, Engine-room--see Ships
  • - Solid Injection Engine, Eight-cylinder 2700 B.H.P., Vickers Ltd., 6
  • - Steam Engines v. Oil Engines for Passenger Ships, Sir John Biles, 388
  • ENGINES AND MOTORS (continued);
  • - 200-K.W. Steam-extraction Generator Set, Ashworth and Parker, 630
  • - Two-cylinder Oil Engine, 110 B.H.P., Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 222, 223
  • - Uniflow Engines, 770 B.H.P., for Pumping Station at Littleton, Worthington-Simpson, Ltd., 672, 682, 705, 710 (Two-page Supplement, June 19th, 1925)
  • EXHAUSTERS for Grain Elevators, 297
  • EXHIBITIONS :
  • - British Industries Fair, 222, 238
  • - Paris Exhibition, Switchback Railway at, 525
  • - Physical and Optical Societies' Exhibition, 52
  • EXTENSOMETERS and Recording Mechanism, 102

F

  • FAIRS--see Exhibitions
  • Fire-engine, Light Motor, Gwynnes Engineering Company, Ltd., 554
  • Fire-fighting Engine, Motor Foam, 467
  • Floating Winch Gear for Raising German Destroyers at Scapa Flow, 23 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • Flying Boat--see Aeronautics
  • Foundry Ladle, Constructional Engineering Company, Ltd., 469
  • Foundry Sand Recovery Plant, New Conveyor Company, 572

G

  • GAS Engines--see Engines
  • Grain Elevators for the Port of London, East Ferry Road Engineering Works Company, Ltd., 296, 297, 300

H

  • HAMMER, Electric, Kango Company, Ltd., 718
  • Hydraulic Equipment for Docks on the Clyde, 233, 242, 274, 304
  • Hydraulic Turbine, New Type, Ateliers de Constructions Mecaniques de Vevey, 220
  • Hydro-electric Power Station, Chancy-Pougny, 321, 328
  • Hydro-electric Scheme, Mangahao, 266, 270

I

  • ICEBREAKER Krisjanis Valdemars, W. Beardmore and Co., Ltd., 686
  • Influence of Pulsations on Combustion, J. Deschamps, 152
  • Instruments, Various, Recorders, Photo-electric Cell, Dodder Machine, Cambridge Instrument Company, 52, 53
  • Instruments : Variometers, Variable Grid Leak, High-resistance Potentiometer, "Uni- tune" Fixed Coupler, Igranic Electric Company, Ltd., 53
  • Ironfoundry, Darnall Works, Sheffield, Davy Brothers, Ltd., 374, 382
  • Irrigation Works in Australia, 462, 465

L

  • LABORATORY, Alchemists, in the Middle Ages, 646
  • Laboratory--see also Electrical Matters
  • Lathes--see Machine Tools
  • Lock Gates, New, on the River Lea, 542
  • LOCOMOTIVES :
  • - Bengal-Nagpur Railway, Eight-coupled Engine, 13, 14
  • - British Steam Railway Locomotive from 1825-1924, E. L. Ahrons, 2, 34. 66, 94, 124, 150, 178, 206, 232. 258, 288, 316, 344, 370, 398, 424, 452, 478, 506, 534, 562, 590, 616, 642, 670, 698; (Letters), 155, 240, 516
  • -- Period 1825-1827, 2
  • -- Period 1828-1831, 34
  • -- Period 1830-1837, 66, 94
  • -- Period 1837-1841, 124, 150
  • -- Period 1841-1848, 178, 206
  • -- Locomotive Performance to 1845. 232
  • -- Period 1846-1849, 258, 288
  • -- Period 1849-1855, 316, 344, 370, 398
  • -- Period 1855-1859, 424, 452
  • -- Period 1860-1865, 534, 562, 590
  • -- Period 1866-1869, 616, 642
  • -- Period 1870-1875, 670, 698
  • - Locomotives Illustrated :
  • -- Adams', W., Tank Engine, 1865, 563
  • -- Allan's "Crewe" Type Engine, 1845, 179
  • -- Armstrong's Express Locomotive, 1866- 1869, 616
  • -- Banking Engine, Edinburgh and Glasgow Railway, 1844, 206
  • -- Beattie's Tank Engine, 1863, 562
  • -- Beyer, Peacock and Co.'s Goods Engine, 1857, 454
  • -- Beyer-Peacock Locomotive, 1862, 535
  • -- Beyer, Peacock and Co.'s Tank Engine, 1858, 453
  • -- Beyer-Peacock's Tank Engine, 1861, 562
  • -- Bodmer's Balanced Engine, 206
  • -- Bolton and Leigh "Lancashire Witch," 1828, 34
  • -- Bristol and Birmingham Engine, Vulcan Foundry, 180
  • -- Bristol and Exeter Railway, 399
  • -- Bury's 0-4-0 Engine "Liverpool," 1830, 66
  • -- Bury's 2-2-0 Passenger Engine, Sections of, 1837, 124
  • -- Caledonian Engine, 1868, 617
  • -- Caledonian Locomotive, 1858-1864. 425
  • -- Caledonian Tank Engine, 1873-4, 700
  • LOCOMOTIVES {continued):
  • - British Steam Railway Locomotive (cont):
  • - Locomotives Illustrated (continued):
  • -- Chester and Birkenhead Railway. R. Stephenson, 1853, 346
  • -- Connor's Locomotive, 1859, Rebuilt, 534
  • -- "Cornwall," The, London and North-Western Railway, Rebuilt. 1858, 259
  • -- Crampton Engine, 1848, 259
  • -- "Crampton" Engine, Inside Cylinder 1849, 316
  • -- Crampton Engine, London and North- Western Railway, 1847, 259
  • -- Crampton Engine, London and North- Western Railway, 1848, 259
  • -- Crampton Engine for Midland Railway, 1848, 259
  • -- Cylinders of Compound Locomotive, 1852, 317
  • -- Cylinders and Valves, 67
  • -- Dewrance's Liverpool and Manchester Engine, 1841, 179
  • -- Dublin and Kingstown Railway Engine "Vauxhall," 1834, 94
  • -- Dundee and Newtyle Railway Engine "Earl of Airlie," 1833, 94
  • -- Edinburgh and Glasgow Engine, 1856, 424
  • -- 2-2-0 Engine Exhaust Pipe, 68
  • -- Engine for the London, Chatham and Dover Railway, 1861-2, 536
  • -- 2-2-0 Engine "Pioneer," 1832, 67
  • -- Fire-box, Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway, 370
  • -- Fossick and Hackworth's Goods Engine, 1864, 564
  • -- Foster and Rastrick's "Stourbridge Lion," 1829, 34
  • -- Goochi's Bogie, 1849, 258
  • -- Gooch's, D., Tank Engine, 1862, 562
  • -- Gooch's "Great Western," 1846, 258
  • -- 0-4-0 Goods Engine, 1831, 67
  • -- Goods Engine, Glasgow and South- Western Railway, 1864, 564
  • -- Glasgow and South-Western Engine, 1857, 425
  • -- Glasgow and South-Western Locomotive, 1873-7, 698
  • -- Goods Engine by Sharp, Stewart and Co., 1861-1862, 564
  • -- Gray's Hull and Selby Engine, 1842-44, 178
  • -- Great Eastern Express Engine, 1862, 534
  • -- Great Northern Engine, 1861, 535
  • -- Great Northern Engine, 1867, 617
  • -- Great Western Engine "Iron Duke," 1847, 258
  • -- Great Western Locomotive, 1855, 424
  • -- Great Western Locomotive "Centaur," Elevations and Section, 151
  • -- Great Western Locomotive "Leo," 1841, 152
  • -- Great Western Locomotive "Tityos," 1842, 152
  • -- Great Western Railway "North Star," Broad Gauge, 150
  • -- Great Western Tank Engine, 1874-1878, 699
  • -- Hackworth's 0-6-0 Engine, 1838, 124
  • -- Hackworth's, T., "Sanspareil," 1849. 288
  • -- Hawthorn Engine, Great Northern Railway, 1852, 344
  • -- Hawthorn's Spring Gear, 344
  • -- Hawthorn's 0-4-2 Steam Dryer Locomotive, 150
  • -- Hawthorn's "Swift," 1836, 94
  • -- Hawthorn Type 2-2-2 Engine, 125
  • -- Highland Locomotive, 1874, 699
  • -- "Jenny Lind," E. B. Wilson, 1847, 288
  • -- Kirtley's Express Locomotive, Midland Railway, 800 Class Re-built, 670
  • -- Kirtley's Express Locomotive, Midland Railway, 890 Class, 1871, 671
  • -- Kitching's Stockton and Darlington Engine, 1848, 206
  • -- Kitson and Co.'s Engine, 1848, 289
  • -- Kitson's Leeds and Thirsk Engine, 1849, 289
  • -- Lancashire and Yorkshire Tank Engine, 1860, 453
  • -- "Locomotion No. 1," Stockton and Darlington Railway, 2
  • -- London, Brighton and South Coast Tank Engine, 1859, 452
  • -- London, Brighton and South Coast Tank Engine, 1873-1887, 699
  • -- London, Chatham and Dover Railway, Locomotive for, 1862, 316
  • -- London, Chatham and Dover Railway Tank Engine, 1866, 563
  • -- London and North-Western Engine, R. Stephenson and Co., 1847, 180
  • -- London and North-Western Goods Engine, 1859-1872, 453
  • -- London and North-Western Railway Engine, 1859, 534
  • -- London and North-Western Railway Engine, 1861, 534
  • -- London and North-Western Railway, McConnell, 1852-4, 345
  • -- London and North-Western Railway, McConnell "Bloomer," 1853, 345
  • -- London and North-Western Railway, McConnell's Goods Engine, 1854ó1863, 371
  • -- London and North-Western Railway, Rebuilt "Bloomer," 344
  • -- London and North-Western Side-tank Engine, 1856, 452
  • -- London and South-Western Locomotive, 1855, 424
  • -- London and South-Western Locomotive, 1859, 425
  • -- London and South-Western Railway, Joseph Beattie, 1851-55, 346
  • -- London and South-Western Railway, Joseph Beattie, 1855, 346
  • -- McConnell's London and North-Western Engine, 1849, 288
  • -- McConnell's Tank Engine, 1862, 562
  • -- Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway, Goods Engine, 1852-4, 370
  • -- Mather, Dixon Type 2-2-2 Engine, 125
  • -- Metropolitan Tank Engine, 1864, 563
  • -- Metropolitan Tank Engine, 1868, 618
  • -- Midland Engine, 1865, 535
  • -- Midland Engine, 1866-68, 616
  • -- Midland Engine, 1867, Beyer, Peacock, 616
  • -- Midland Goods Engine, 1858, 454
  • LOCOMOTIVES (continued) :
  • - British Steam Railway Locomotive (cont.):
  • - Locomotives Illustrated (continued):
  • -- Midland Locomotive, No. 1, 1859, 424
  • -- Midland Tank Engine, 1875-6, 700
  • -- Monmouthshire Railway, Sharp Brothers' Tank Engine, 1849, 371
  • -- Monmouthshire Railway, Stothert and Slaughter's Engine, 1854, 372
  • -- Neilson and Co.'s Tank Engine, 1862, 318
  • -- Neilson's Single-cylinder Engine, 1857, 454
  • -- North-Eastern Back Tank Engine, 1874, 700
  • -- North-Eastern (Stockton and Darlington) Locomotive, 1872-4, 699
  • -- North-Eastern (Stockton and Darlington) Locomotive, 1875-6, 698
  • -- North-Eastern Locomotive, 1864-5, 536
  • -- North London Tank Engine, 1868, 617
  • -- Northumbrian, Liverpool and Manchester Railway, 1830, 36
  • -- "Novelty," The, 1829, 36
  • -- Pearson's Engine for the Bristol and Exeter Railway, 1853, 398
  • -- Pearson's Engine for the Bristol and Exeter Railway, 1868, 398
  • -- Ramsbottom's Engine, 1866-1873, 616
  • -- Rennie's 0-4-2 Outside Cylinder Engine, 150
  • -- Rocket, The, Liverpool and Manchester Railway, 1829, 35
  • -- Rothwell Type 2-2-2 Engine, 125
  • -- "Royal George," Stockton and Darlington Railway, 2
  • -- Saddle Tank Engine, 1849, 258
  • -- Saddle Tank Engine, London and North- Western Railway, 1854-1857, 318
  • -- "Sanspareil," The, 1829, 35
  • -- Sharp Brothers' Engine, 1848-1854, 370
  • -- Sharp Brothers' Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway Engine, 1849, 289
  • -- Sharp Roberts Type 2-2-2 Engine, 125
  • -- Sharp, Stewart and Co.ís Side Tank Engine, 1851-2, 371
  • -- Sharp, Stewart and Co.'s Tank Engine, 1866-8, 618
  • -- Shrewsbury and Chester Railway, Vulcan Engine, 1853, 370
  • -- Sinclair's Tank Engine, 1864, 563
  • -- South-Eastern Locomotive, 1859-1875, 425
  • -- South-Eastern Railway, Cudworth, 356
  • -- South-Eastern Tank Engine, 1866, 617
  • -- Spring Gear, Bristol and Exeter Railway, 398
  • -- Stephenson's 0-4-2 Engine, 1833, 94
  • -- Stephenson's 2-2-2 Engine of 1837, 67
  • -- Stephenson's 2-4-O Engine, 1837, 150
  • -- Stephenson Engine, Midland Railway, 1852, 344
  • -- Stephenson's Engine for the Stockton and Darlington Railway, 1860, 535
  • -- Stephenson's Engine for the Stockton and Darlington Railway, 1862, 535
  • -- Stephenson's Goods Engine, 1843, 206
  • -- Stephenson's "Long Boiler" Passenger Engine, 1841, 179
  • -- Stephenson's Outside Cylinder Long Boiler Engine, 180
  • -- Stephenson's "Planet," Liverpool and Manchester Railway, 1830, 66
  • -- Stephenson R., and Co.'s Tank Engine, 1855, 452
  • -- Stephenson Type 2-2-2 Engine, 124
  • -- Stirling's Engine for the Glasgow and South-Western Railway, 1855, 316
  • -- Stirling's 2-2-2 Outside Cylinder Engine, 150
  • -- P. Stirling's Express Locomotive, Great Northern Railway, 1870, 670
  • -- Stockton and Darlington Engine, 1866, 618
  • -- Stockton and Darlington Engine "Commerce," 1847, 206
  • -- Stockton and Darlington Engine "Meteor," 1850, 178
  • -- Stockton and Darlington Locomotive, 1845-6, 178
  • -- Stockton and Darlington Railway Engine "Sunbeam," 1837, 94
  • -- Stockton and Darlington Railway-- "Wilberforce," 1831, 94
  • -- Stroudley's Express Locomotive, London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, 1874, 670
  • -- Stroudley's Express Locomotive, London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, 1872-5,671
  • -- Sturrock's Engine Rebuilt, 616
  • -- S. W. Johnson's Engine, 1867, 616
  • -- Tank Engine by the Avon side Company, 1864-6, 564
  • -- Tank Engine, Eastern Counties Railway, 1851,317
  • -- Tank Engine, Edinburgh and Glasgow Railway, 1850, 317
  • -- Tank Engine by W. Fairbairn and Sons, 1850, 317
  • -- Tayleur's Bogie Locomotive, 1833, 94
  • -- Tayleur Type 2-2-2 Engine, 125
  • -- Valve Gear, 1846--1852, 399
  • -- Vulcan Engine for Waterford and Kilkenny Railway, 1846, 290
  • -- Vulcan Locomotive, 1848, 316
  • -- Vulcan Locomotive, Shrewsbury and Hereford Railway, 1853, 345
  • -- Webb's Charles Dickens, 1882, 698
  • -- Webb's Precursor," 1874, 698
  • -- White Raven, 1863, 562
  • -- William the Fourth, 1830, 36
  • -- York, Newcastle and Berwick Engine, R. Stephenson and Co., 1848, 180
  • - Locomotives Built for Abroad :
  • -- East India Railway, Locomotive for, 1856, 507
  • -- Ghat Engine, G.I.P. Railway, 1862, 644
  • -- Giovi Incline, Engine for, 506
  • -- Hawthorn's Engine for South America, 506
  • -- Kitson's Engine for Chile, 1858, 506
  • -- Oudh and Rohilkhand Railway Engine, 1865, 644
  • -- Stephenson's Engine for Belgium, 506
  • -- Stephenson's Engine for Egypt, 1859, 506
  • -- Stephenson's Engine for New South Wales, 1854, 507
  • -- Tudela and Bilbao Railway Engine, 1862, 644
  • -- Vulcan Engine for India, 1852, 507
  • LOCOMOTIVES (continued):
  • - Locomotives for Ireland :
  • -- Beyer, Peacock Engine for the Ulster Railway, 1866, 643
  • -- Dublin and Belfast Junction Railway Engine, 1866, 643
  • -- G.S. and W. Railway Express Engine, 1858-1803, 642, 643
  • -- McDonnell's Back Tank Engine, G.S. and W. Railway, 1869, 643
  • -- Addendum, Dewrance's Liverpool and Manchester Railway, 1841-5, 507
  • -- Addenda, 372
  • - Locomotive Performances, 1845-1849, 478
  • - Details :
  • -- Axle-boxes, Wheels, Tires, andc., 454
  • -- Beattie's Feed-water Heating Apparatus, 453
  • -- Bouch's Blast Pipe, 642
  • -- Caillet's Movable Axle, 590
  • -- Cast Iron Fire-bars, 454
  • -- Coke-burning Fire-boxes, 479
  • -- Coupling-rods, J. Beattie, 454 ; W. Fairbairn and Sons, 454
  • -- Dewrance's Fire-box, 1845, 479
  • -- Hawthorn's Link Motion, 1851, 399
  • -- Hawthorn's, R. and W., Steam Dome, 399
  • -- Midland Brick Arch, 1859, 480
  • -- Midland Fire-door, 480
  • -- Miscellaneous Details, 1846 to 1855, 399
  • -- Naylor's Safety Valve, 642
  • -- Radial and Other Axle-boxes, 590
  • -- Sand-box, D. Gooch, 1849, 400
  • -- Valve Gears and Motion, 454
  • -- W. Bridge Adams' Radial Axle, 590
  • - DIESEL Locomotive Design in Germany, 578
  • - Electric Locomotive, 3000-Volt D.C. for the Norte Railway, Spain, 78, 84
  • - Electric Locomotives for Main Lines, Scandinavia, 156
  • - Escher Wyss-Zoelly Steam Turbine Locomotive, 9, 10 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • - Fifty Per Cent. Cut-off, Pennsylvania Railroad System, E. C. Poultney, Part I., 509, 550
  • -- Fifty Per cent. Cut-off Engine in Service, 551
  • -- "Decapod" Engine, Heavy Goods, 510
  • -- Light-weight Piston Valve, Cylinder and Valve Chest, Valve Gear, 550
  • -- Slide Bars and Crosshead, 551
  • -- "Mikado" Type, Goods, 510
  • -- Water Rates at Various Cut-offs for the 2-10-0 and 2-8-2 Engines, 511
  • - Fireless Engine, Unique, W. G. Bagnall, Ltd., 11
  • - Garratt Locomotive for Burma Railways, 11
  • - Geared Shunting Locomotive, Sentinel Wagon Works, Ltd., 432, 433, 436
  • - Geared Steam Turbine Condensing Locomotive, North British Locomotive Company, Ltd., 9 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • - German Federal Railways, Electric Locomotives, 623, 650
  • - Gold Coast Railway, Eight-coupled Goods Engine, Vulcan Foundry Company, Ltd., 13
  • - Goods Engine, 0-6-0, London, Midland and Scottish Railway, 10
  • - Goods Tank Engine, 5600 Class, Great Western Railway, 11
  • - Great Western Railway Passenger Engine Viscount Churchill, 11 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • - Hunslet Engine Company, 2-8-0 Engine for Chilian Mining Railway, 13 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • - Italian Double-ended Diesel-Electric Locomotive, 358
  • - Italian Locomotives at Grenoble Exhibition, 690
  • - Italian Westinghouse Company's Electric Locomotive, New Type of Link Work on, 690
  • - Krupp-Zoelly Steam Turbine Locomotive, 9, 10 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • - Locomotives for the London and North- Eastern Railway, Garratt, Beyer, Peacock and Co., Ltd., 715, 716; "Mikado," Mr. H. N. Gresleyís Design, 715, 717
  • - Lomonossoff Diesel-Electric Locomotive, 9, 10 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • - London, Midland and Scottish Railway, "Baltic" Tank Locomotive, 10 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • - Magnet, Old Stockton and Darlington Railway Locomotive, as Reconstructed, Timothy Hackworth, 440
  • - "Mallet" Simple Locomotive, Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, 14
  • - Motor Generator Locomotives, 22,000-Volt, American Railways, 334
  • - Narrow-gauge Engine for Assam, Andrew Barclay, Sons and Co., Ltd., 168
  • - Nitrate Railways Tank Engine, 13, 14
  • - North British Locomotive Company's 3ft. 6in. Gauge Engine for the Western Australian Railways, 13 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • - Reid-MacLeod Turbine Locomotive, North British Locomotive Company, Ltd., 9 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • - Six-coupled Passenger Engine, East India Railway, Kitson and Co., Ltd., 12, 13
  • - Virginian Railway, Triple Electric Locomotive for, 607

M

  • MACHINE TOOLS :
  • - Cutting Tools Research Committee, Reports to
  • -- Action of Cutting Tools, Professor E. G. Coker, 318
  • -- Flow and Rupture during Cutting, Dr. W. Rosenhain and Mr. A. C. Sturney, 126
  • -- Forces on a Cutting Tool, Dr. T. E. Stanton and Mr. J. H. Hyde, 126 ; (Letter), 155
  • -- Lathe Tools, Experiments with, andc., Dempster Smith and Arthur Leigh, 318
  • MACHINE TOOLS (continued):
  • - Lathe, Screw-cutting, Exe Engineering Company, Ltd., 239
  • - Locomotive Wheel Quartering Machine, Cunliffe and Croom, Ltd., 250
  • - Plano-milling Machine for Profile Work, Wm. Muir and Co., Ltd., 308
  • - Pneumatic Drill, E. M. Ling Engineering Company, Ltd., 442
  • - Presses, Inclinable, with Double Roll Feed, also with Friction Feed, also Friction- driven Screw Press, Bradley and Turton, 239, 240
  • - Radial Drilling Machine, Miniature, J. Wightman, 497
  • - Re-trueing Railway Tires, Machine for, Hulse and Co., Ltd., 414
  • - Rotary Shears, Bradley and Turton, Ltd., 239
  • - Switchgear, Machine Tool, Electrical Apparatus Company, 362
  • MAPS :
  • - Germany, Showing Electrified Railways, 620
  • -- Bavarian Electrified Railways, 621
  • -- Magdeburg-Leipzig-Halle Railway, 621
  • -- Silesian Mountain Electrified Railways, 620
  • - Scandinavia, Showing Electrified Railways, 98
  • MARINE Engines--see Engines
  • Measurement of Mechanical Vibrations, H. A. Thomas, 102
  • Mechanical Equivalent of Heat, Joule's First Measurements, W. W. Haldane Gee, 426 ; (Letter), 516
  • Mechanical Shovel for Subway Work, Bucyrus Company, 633
  • Milling Machines--see Machine Tools
  • Mortising, Boring and Gaining Machine, John Pickles and Son, Ltd., 359
  • Motor Ambulance and Reconditioning Works of the Metropolitan Asylums Board, 209, 216
  • Motor Coach with Oil Transmission Gear, Swiss Federal Railways, 308
  • Museum, Deutsches, at Munich, 644

O

  • OIL-DRIVEN Pumping Plant at Chipstead, Crossley Brothers, Ltd., 626, 632
  • Oil Engines--see Engines
  • Oil Separator, Industrial Waste Eliminators, Ltd., 239, 240
  • Oil-tight Bushing, 543
  • Oxygas Metal Cutting Plant, Hancock and Sons, 238

P

  • PETROL Power Plant, Automatic, Daniel Adamson and Co., Ltd., 582
  • Pipe Nipple, Double Expanded, J. Stone and Co., Ltd., 362 ; (Letter), 406
  • Pipe, Wood Stave, 400
  • Pipes, Large Diameter, Centrifugal Casting of, Hurst-Ball System, 416
  • Pistons and Piston Rings, Friction of, Dr. T. E. Stanton, 70
  • Pitting Gauge, Pickles and Hall, 554
  • Pneumatic Power--see Dock Equipment Portrait, Sir William Edmund Garstin, 82
  • Portrait, Sir Guilford Lindsey Molesworth, 137
  • Portrait, Donald Barns Morison, 521
  • Portrait, Charles Henry Wordingham, 164
  • Power Project, The Upper Reno, 608
  • Presses--see Machine Tools
  • Pulsator for Use with Gas Producers, 153
  • PUMPS :
  • - Centrifugal Pump driven by 4 B.H.P. Petrol Motor, J. W. Brooke and Co., Ltd., 280
  • - Clyde, New Pumping Equipment for Prince's Dock and Graving Docks, 233, 242, 274, 304
  • - Graving Dock No. 3 De-watering Pump and Pump House, 274, 275
  • - "Invincible" Pumps, Gwynne's Engineering Company, Ltd., 76
  • - "Mopump" Rhodes, Brydon and Youatt, Ltd., 662
  • - Motor-driven Centrifugal Pumps, 234, 242
  • - Oil-driven Pumping Plant at Chipstead, Crossley Brothers, Ltd., 626, 632
  • - Queen Mary Reservoir at Littleton, Pumping Station at, 672, 682, 705, 710 (Two-page Supplement, June 19th, 1925)
  • - Simla Water Supply, High Head Pumping Plant for, 162, 167 (Two-page Supplement, February 6th, 1925)

R

  • RAILWAY, Main-line, Electrification, Sir Philip Dawson and Professor S. Parker Smith, 98, 156, 620, 650
  • - Scandinavia :
  • -- Riksgransen Railway and Electric Locomotives, 156, 157
  • -- Stockholm-Gothenburg Railway and Electric Locomotives, Mineral, Express and Goods, 158
  • -- Kristiania-Drammen Railway and Passenger and Freight Locomotives, 159
  • - Germany :
  • -- 620, 650
  • -- Electric Locomotives 623, 650
  • Railway, Proposed Submarine Tubular, Commandant J. Veyrier, 245
  • Railway Steam Car for New Zealand, Clayton Wagons, Ltd., 570
  • Railway Viaduct, New, at Annaghkilly, Ireland, 139
  • Railway, Virginian, Electrification of, 606
  • Recorders--see Instruments and Traction
  • Regulators, Pressure, Humidity, andc., British Area Regulators, Ltd., 351
  • Reservoir, Queen Mary, at Littleton, 672, 682, 705, 710 (Two-page Supplement, June 19th, 1925)
  • Road Reconstruction in New Zealand, 552, 553
  • Road Sweeper, Sprinkler and Dust Collector, Combined, Karrier Motors, Ltd., 441 ; (Correction), 504
  • Roadless Half-track Vehicle, Vulcan Motor and Engineering Company, Ltd., 572, 574
  • Ropeways, Steep Colliery, in South Wales, R. White and Sons, 514, 518 (Two-page Supplement, May 8th, 1925)

S

  • SALVING--see Ships
  • Sewage Storage Tanks, Rainham, 25 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • Shears--see Machine Tools
  • Shifting a Bridge in Vienna, 428
  • SHIPS AND SHIPPING MATTERS :
  • - General:
  • -- Cylinder Liner of H.M.S. Triumph, 498
  • -- Propeller-jet Marine Propulsion, Edmund S. G. Rees, 494
  • -- Screw Propeller, Increasing the Efficiency of, Walter Pollock, 402, 444 ; (Letter), 468
  • - Foreign Navies :
  • -- French Battleship Liberte, Salving the, 487
  • -- High-speed Cruiser Marblehead, United States, 358
  • -- Italian Scouts, The Leone, Tigre and Pantera, 456, 600, 604
  • -- Swedish Destroyers Nils Ehrenskold and O. H. Nordenskjold, 685
  • - Miscellaneous Vessels :
  • -- Aorangi, Union Steamship Company's Motor Liner, Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Ltd., 6, 16, 23, 42, 48, 71, 72, 106, 110, 111 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925) (Two-page Supplement, January 16th, 1925)
  • -- Aurania, Cunard Twin-screw Liner, 22 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • -- Beldis, Motor Ship, with a Cargo of Locomotives, 86
  • -- British Aviator, Motor Tanker, 5, 6 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • -- City of Venice, Single-screw Steamship, Workman, Clark and Co., Ltd., 22, 23
  • -- Dolius, Motor Ship, Scott's Shipbuilding Company, Ltd., 5, 7 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • SHIPS AND SHIPPING MATTERS (continued) :
  • - Miscellaneous Vessels (continued):
  • -- Flettner Rotor Ship Buckau, 23 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • -- Italian Liner Conte Biancamono, Wm. Beardmore and Co., Ltd., 497
  • -- Minnetonka, Twin-screw Liner, Atlantic Transport Company, 22 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • -- Orama, Orient Twin-screw Liner, 22 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • -- Oronsay, Orient Twin-screw Geared Turbine Liner, John Brown and Co., Ltd., 185, 190, 212, 213, 214
  • -- Raby Castle, Lancashire Shipping Company, Ltd., 458
  • -- Ship's Motor Lifeboat with Wireless Equipment, 160 ; (Letter), 188
  • -- Swanley Motor Ship, Barclay, Curie and Co., Ltd., 5, 7 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • -- Twin-screw Ferry Boat Kathleen, John I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., 662
  • SIGNALLING, Automatic, on the Harrow and Rickmansworth Line, 466
  • Spraying Plant for Laminated Core Stampings, A. C. Wells and Co., 58
  • Steam Engines--see Engines
  • Steam Meter, Turbine, Kent-Hodgson, 684
  • Steam Nozzles Research, Report, Thin and Thick Plate Nozzles, and Setting of Nozzleboxes in the Tester, 536, 565
  • Steam Regeneration : Its Possibilities, C. O. Towler, 592
  • Steam Trap, A Simple, E. Lassen and Co., 608
  • Steel Hardening and Carburising Plant at Coventry, August's Muffle Furnaces, Ltd., 387
  • Stroboscopic Determination of Speeds and Frequencies, Apparatus and Methods Employed, G. E. Moore, 209
  • Switchback Railway at the Paris Exhibition, Sir William Arrol and Co., Ld., 525
  • Switchgear, H. W. Clothier, 268--see also Electrical Matters

T

  • TINNING Compound, New, Soldo Company, 413
  • Traction Recorder, Evershed and Vignoles, Ltd., 53
  • Turbine Equipment for Power Station, 321
  • Turbine and Gearing for Orient Liner Oronsay, John Brown and Co., Ltd., 185, 190, 212, 213, 214
  • Turbine, 1200 lb., Half-casing for (Weymouth), 264
  • Turbine--see also Hydraulic

U

  • UNIFLOW Engines--see Engines

V

  • VALVE, Transmitting, Milliard Radio Valve Company, 53, 54
  • Variometers--see Instruments
  • Velocity of Wind in Conical Ducts, A. Thom and J. Small, 262
  • Viaduct--see Railway
  • Vibration in Engine Test Gear, J. Morris, 484

W

  • WAGON, Motor Workshop, Albion Motor Car Company, Ltd., 496
  • Wagons, 15-Ton Side-tipping Wagons, Charles Roberts and Co., Ltd., 85
  • Water-softening Plant at Ellesmere Port, Wollaston Gas Producers, Ltd., 386
  • Weighing Machine Mechanisms, W. and T. Avery, Ltd., 238
  • Winder, Geared Colliery Electric, English Electric Company, Ltd., and Robey and Co., Ltd., 404, 408
  • Wire Chain Making, 239, 276, 292
  • Wire Flattening Rolling Mills, Various, Roller Bearings, Coiling Stands, Edging Rolls, andc., W. H. A. Robertson and Co., Ltd., 193
  • WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY & TELEPHONY :
  • - London Broadcasting Station, New, 306
  • - Wireless Equipment for Motor Lifeboat, Siemens Brothers and Co., Ltd., 160 ; (Letter), 188
  • WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY AND TELEPHONY {continued):
  • - Wireless Receiver, Seven-valve Supersonic, Western Electric Company, 470
  • - Wireless Stations, Ongar and Brentwood, 596, 597
  • - Wireless Transmitter. 50-Watt, Power Amplifier, Marconi's Wireless Telegraph Company, 54
  • WOOD Stave Pipe, 400
  • Wood-working Machines, Thomas Robinson and Son, Ltd., Examples of Work. 522; Universal Wood Worker, 522 ; Wood- mortising Machine, 522 ; Wood-moulding Machine, 523

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