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The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.

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AHRONS, E. L., British Steam Railway Locomotive from 1825 to 1924, 2, 28. 54. 80, 104, 132, 156, 180, 206, 232, 258, 284, 312, 338, 366, 394, 422, 452, 480, 508, 538, 570, 598. 628: (Letters), 36. 88, 123, 140, 172, 173, 198, 199, 210, 237, 275, 294, 317, 376. 400, 429, 469, 470, 580, 668 ; (Erratum), 481

Albion Motor Car Company, Ltd., Thirty-soator Omnibus, 460

American Conveyors, Newspaper, 610, 619

Armstrong-Siddeley 18 H.P. Six-cylinder Motor Car Engine, 383

Armstrong, Sir W. G.,Whitworth and Co., Ltd., Pliers for Making Hose Joints, 636

Armstrong, Sir W. G., Whitworth and Co., Ltd., Swedish-American Motor Liner Gripshohn, 579, 614 (Two-page. Supplement, December 4th, 1925)

Ashdown Rotoscope, 272

Ashworth and Parker, Ltd., 25-Kilowatt Steam Generating Sets, 471

Aspinall, Sir John A. F., Some Railway Notes Old and New, 510

Associated Equipment Company, Ltd., “Ramillies” Motor Omnibus Chassis, 457, 458, 459

Atkinson-Walker Wagons, Ltd. Uniflow Steam Tractor and Boiler, 513, 514

Austin Three-speed Tractor, 512

B BARFORD and Perkins, Ltd.. Quick Reverse Water Ballast Motor Roller, 587

Beardmore All-steel Quick-running Oil Engine, 344

Beardmore-Blake Oil-fired Boiler, 224

Beardmore, Wm., and Co., Ltd., Lloyd Sabando Liner Conte Biancamano, 496, 517, 520, 542

Bentley Motors, Ltd., Six and Four-cylinder Cars, Chassis, Engines, 382, 383

Binyon, Major B., Marine Wireless Apparatus, 524

Blackstone’s Fuel Injection Arrangement, 34

Bolton-Gray Sectional Superheater Element, 410

Boulton and Paul, Motor-driven Rump, 643

Briggs’ Railway Collection, 108

Birkinshaw’s Malleable Iron Rails, 109

Bristol Tramways and Carriage Company, Ltd., Sixty-seater Omnibus, 460

British Marine Aviation, 399, 406

British Steam Railway Locomotive from 1825 to 1924, E. L. Ahrons, 2, 28, 54. 80, 104, 132. 156, 180, 206, 232, 258. 284, 312, 338, 366, 394, 422, 452, 480, 508. 538, 570, 598, 628 ; (Letters), 36, 88, 123, 140, 172, 173, 198, 199. 210, 237, 275, 294, 317, 376, 400, 429, 469. 470, 580, 668 ; (Erratum), 481

For Locomotives Illustrated, see Subjects Index, Locomotives

British Steel Piling Company, Ltd., Formation of Vibro Concrete Piles, 636

British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., Auto-Transformer Starter, 411

British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd. Electrical Equipment for Large Excavator, 488, 489, 525

British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., Steam Turbine-driven Scavenging Blowers, 678, 679

Brush Electrical Company, Ltd., 35-Kilowatt Alternator, 72

Biichi, Alfred, Diesel Engines and Hydroelectric Power Stations, 120, 146

Buckton, Joshua, and Co., Ltd.. 330

Burndept Wireless, Ltd., Electrolyte Rectifier, 235

c CAMPBELL Gas Engine Company, Ltd., Internal Combustion Engines for Drainage Plant, 562

Canadian National Railways, Diesel-electric Rail Cars for, 430, 434

Canal de Castilla, Spain, 340

Carver Textile Patents, Ltd., Carver Loom, 374

Ceylon, Erecting a New Bridge in, 56

Chaplin, Alex., and Co., Ltd., 4-Ton Electric Wharf Crane for Durban, 276, 277

Chester, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show at, 34

China, Shallow-draught Twin-screw Steamer for, 3.1. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., 274

Colne Valley Water Company, Eight Million Gallon Reservoir at Bushey Heath, 456, 464

Cowans, Sheldon and Co., Ltd., 12-Ton Electric Transporter at Middlesbrough, 350, 358

Crankless Engines, Ltd., Michell Engine, 487

('rompton and Co., Ltd., 2600 H.P. Three-phase

Alternating-current Motors and 400 B.H.P.

Vertical-spindle Motors (for Pump Driving) for a Paper Pulp Mill, 95, 96

Crossley 18-50 H.P. Six-cylinder Motor Car

Engine and Chassis, 383, 384

Crossley-Kegresse 25-30 H.P. Chassis, 459

Curtis Automobile Company, Ltd., Lancia “ Pentaiota ” Chassis, 457

D

DABEG Feed Pump, Combined Feed Pump and Heater, Oil Separator, Vickers Ltd., 20

Daimler 16-55 H.P. Chassis, 404

Darracq Six-cylinder Chassis, 438

Daventry , High-power Wireless Broadcasting Station at, 110, 116

Davey, Paxman and Co., Ltd., Mixing Plant for Asphalt or Bituminous Macadam, 528 ; (Correction), 656

Davey, Paxman and Co., 15in. Gauge Locomotive, 70 ; (Paragraph), 115

Dawson, Sir Philip, and Professor S. Parker Smith, on Main Line Railway Electrification, Austria, 182, 208 ; Franco, 341,423

de la Cierva, Don Juan, Autogiro Flying Machine, 430

Digby, W. P., Vibrometer Records of the Vibrations of Buildings, 356

Drac-Romanche Water Power Undertaking, 692,696

Drewry Car Company, 40-50 H.P. Petrol Locomotive, 10

Drummond Brothers, Ltd., Radial Drilling Machine, 384

E

EGYPTIAN Government Workshops, Boulac, Cairo, 315, 316, 322

Electric Steel Castings Company, “ Esco ”

Simplex Wheels, 457

Emerald, H.M.S., 580

English Electric Company, 20,000-Kilowatt

Turbo-generator, 547

F

FAIRFIELD Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Ltd., Motor Refrigerator Ship Upwey Grange, 678

Farrer, William E., Ltd., Sand and Oil Trap for

Garages, 587

Fiegehen, Edward G., Standardisation of Crane Essentials, 600

Fielding and Platt, Ltd., Large Hydraulic Flanging Press, 468, 469

Filma Oil Burners, Ltd., Oil Fuel Burner, A New, 304

Fletcher, E., Some Applications of Research to

Modern Foundry Practice, 667, 703

Fodens, Ltd., 6-Ton Steam Lorry, 644

Fodens, Ltd., Steam Tractor with Three-speed Gear, 618

Fowler. John, and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., Liver sedge Reinforcement Placing Machine, 637

Fowler, John, and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., Mole Draining Machine and Tile Drain Ramming Machine, 61

G

“GARRETT ” 2-Ton Electric Vehicle Chassis, 459

Garrett, Richard, and Sons, Ltd., Electric Trolley Omnibus, 196 ; (Correction), 256

German Light Cruiser Emden, 5'49

Gezira Irrigation Scheme, 211, 216

Gilkes, Gilbert, and Co., Ltd., Hydraulic Turbines, 223

Gresham and Craven, Ltd., Reducing Valve for Vacuum Automatic Brake, 645

Gripsholm, Swedish Motor Liner, Enginerooms (Main and Auxiliary), Machinery, Gear, Pumps, 579,* 614, 634, 640 (Two-pwje Supplement, December Mb, 1925)

H HACKWORTH, Timothy, and Shildon, 634

Hell Gate Power Station. New York, Boiler Equipment at, John B. C. Kershaw, 670, 674, 675

Henley’s, AV. T., Telegraph Works Company, Ltd., Inductances for Rugby Wireless Station, 500

Herbert, Alfred, Ltd., Auto-Lathe, 384

Herbert, Alfred, Ltd., Pulverised Fuel Plant for Boiler Firing in a Paper Mill, 292

Herbert Spiral Bevel Gear Planing Machine, 112

Hewittic Electric Company, Rectifiers, 85, 107, 138

Hoffmann Manufacturing Company, Ltd., Self-aligning Bearing, 411

Holcroft, H., Locomotive Coal Trials on the Southern Railway, 658

“Horatio Allen” Locomotive, Boiler and Fire-box, Delaware and Hudson Railroad, 370, 378

Houlder Line Motor Refrigerator Ship Upwey

Grange, Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Ltd., 678

Hunslet Engine Company, Ltd., Model for Locomotive Valve Gear, 140

Hydautomat, Ltd., Hydro-pneumatic Pumping Plants, 413, 414

J

JOHNSON and Phillips Telegraph Factory, 1875, 43

Joy’s Gas-operated Suction Cleaning Pump, 462

K

KARRIER Motors, Ltd., Fuel Oil Wagon, 486, 487

Karrier Six-wheel Four-drive Chassis, 512, 513

Kawarau River, New Zealand, Damming the, 356

Kent Construction and Engineering Company, Ltd., 10 H.P. “ Planet ” Petrol Locomotive, 586, 587 9

Kershaw, John B. C., on Air Pollution from the Engineer’s Standpoint, 168

Kershaw, John B. C., Boiler Equipment at the Hell Gate Power Station, 670, 674, 675

Kopcke Sand Drag in Waterloo Tunnel, 511

L LACRE Motor Car Company, Ltd., “Gravity

Type ” Tipping Motor Wagon, 582, 588

Lake Truzzo Hydro-electric Works, 180

Lea Recorder Company’s Machine for Automatic Measurement of Grain, 472

Leyland Motors, Ltd., Fifty-two-seater Omnibus, 487, 488

Lister, R. A., and Co., Ltd., Portable Petrol

Engine, 60

Lloyd Sabaudo Liner Conte Biancamano, Win.

Beardmore and Co., Ltd., 496, 517, 520

M

McEWEN - RUNGE Low - temperature Coal Carbonisation System, 249

McLaren, J. and H., Ltd., 60 B.H.P. Motor

Windlass for Cable Ploughing, 60

McLaren’s Ploughing Engine, 643

Mann, Egerton and Co., Ltd., Breakdown

Garage Truck and Repair Ramp, 439

Marco, Ltd., Combined Grinder and Screen, 461

Marshall, Sons and Co., Deep Well Pumping

Plant, 296, 302

Marshall’s 8-Ton Portable Asphalt Mixing Plant, 700

Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd., 9-Ton “Universal ” Road Roller, 60

Martin Cultivator Company, Ltd., Motor Fire Engine and 250-300 Gallon Pump, 62

Mather and Platt, Ltd., Turbine Pumps for

Hydraulic Power Supply, 354

Maudslay Thirty-seater Saloon Coach, 487

Melot Propulseur Trompe, 30]

Metropolitan-Vickers 1500 B.H.P. Geared Turbine, 374

Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., Supervisory Control Equipment for Automatic Sub-stations, 412

Millars’ Machinery Company, Ltd., 8 -10-Ton-pcr-hour Asphalt Plant, 635

Muir, Wm., and Co., Ltd., Sprocket Wheel Generating Machine, 644

Muscle Shoals—see Wilson Dam

N NATIONAL Gas Engine Company, 5-Volt Petrol or Paraffin Vertical Engine Coupled (1) to Generator, (2) Wallwin Pump, 34, 35

Nelson, H.M. Battleship, Launch of, 266

Newcomen Society Summer Meeting, Scowles

Iron Ore Workings, 18

New Zealand, Hydraulic Turbines for, 223

Niagara Falls, Projectors for Illuminating, 124

OLYMPIA, Commercial Vehicle Show, 457

Orcutt, H. F. L., Ground Gears, Involute

Gear Tooth Model, 585, 589, 590, 618

Osborne Adelaide Electric Generating Station,

133. 142, 158, 166

Owen’s Dust Counter and Case, 169

p PACIFIC Railway of Colombia Eight-coupled Locomotive, 224

Palestine Hydro-electric Scheme, 301

Parkeston, Harwich-Esbjerg Motor Mail Shi]), 170, 190, 194

Parsons Motor Company, Ltd., Six-cylinder Engine for Generator Set, 72

Parsons—Westinghouse 50,000-Kilowatt Crosscompound Turbo-generator, 670, 674

Perring, W. G. A., Some Factors Regarding the Resistance of Ships in Waves, 687

Platt Brothers and Co., Ltd., Ring Spinning Frame and C.S.L. Flexible Roller, 410, 411

Poultney, E. C., Two Remarkable Locomotives, 370, 378, 439

Powell Duffryn Steam Coal Company, Colliery Compressed Air Transmission Scheme, 238, 242, 261, 268

Power Plant Company’s Reduction Gears for French Flotilla Leaders, 499

Premier Electric Welding Company, Ltd., Portable Electric Arc-welding Plant, 550

Primero, Motor Cargo Ship, Burmeister and Wain, 293

Prosser Locomotives, 511

Public Works, Roads and Transport Exhibition, 582, 586

Pulsometer Engineering Company, Stuffingbox for Centrifugal Pumps, 386

R RANSOME, A., and Co., Ltd., Band Saw and a Planing Machine, 304

Ransome Machinery Company (1920), Ltd., Concrete Mixers, “ Featherweight ” and “Welterweight,” with Boom Attachment, 586

Reavell and Co., Ltd., Portable Air Compressor for Tramway Repairs, also Compressor Set on a “ Fordson ” Tractor, 635, 636

Redfern, Francis, British Glass Bottle-making Machine, 395 {Two-page Supplement, October IQth, 1925)

Rees Roturbo Manufacturing Company, Ltd., Pumps for Drainage Plant, 562

Renold, Hans, Ltd., Chain Drive, 374

Rhymney Valley-see Powell Duffryq

Ritchie, N. C., Ltd., Cardboard Box Machine, 94 A

Roadways Equipment, Ltd., Portable Asphalt

Macadam Plant, also “ Road Toaster,” 638 A

Robertson, AV. H. A., and Co., Ltd., High-speed Strip-rolling Mill, 688

Robey and Co., Ltd., 3-Ton “Clear-side”

Tandem Road Roller, and Three-way Steam Tipping Wagon, 582, 588

Royal Agricultural Society’s Show at Chester, 34, 60

Rugby AVireless Station, 82 (Two-page Supplement, July 24th, 1925)

Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 20-22 B.H.P. , Portable Oil Engine, 582, 588

Ruston and Hornsby 50 B.H.P. Oil Engine , and 24 B.H.P. Petrol-paraffin Engine, 34

Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., and British Thom- -son-Houston Company, Ltd., Electrically Operated Navvy, 488, 489, 525

s SANKEY, Captain M. P. H. Riall (Portrait), 381 Savage, H. D., Water-cooled Furnace Walls.

121

Savonius, Engineer-Captain Sigurd J., Wing Rotor, 193

Scammell Radial-engined “Autovan,” 514, 515

Scapa Flow Salvage Operations, 248

Schneider Hydro-mechanical Transmission Gear, 86, 90

Scottish Colliery, Hydro-electric Installation for, 492, 497

Sennar Dam on the Blue Nile, 16, 17 (Two-page Supplement, July Zrd, 1925)

Sentinel Wagon AVorks, Ltd., Six-wheeled Pig AVagon, 35

Shipping, Engineering • • • Exhibition—see Separate Index Section, Olympia, &c.

Simms Motor Units, Ltd., “Superflex” Shaft Coupling, 439

Smith, Barker and Willson, Ltd., High-speed Lathe, 171

Smith Brothers and Co., Ltd., 66ft. Plate Edge Planing Machine, 700

Smithfield Club Show, 643

South Foreland Revolving Aerial for AVireless Beam Signalling, 273, 274

Southern Railway Express Passenger Engine, 329

Southern Railway, New Electric Stock, 44

Stockton and Darlington Railway Centenary, 42

Stephenson’s Locomotion Drawing Replica of Original Train, 42

Engine Built at Hetton by George Stephenson and Nicholas Wood in 1822, 42

Stothert and Pitt, Ltd., 10-Ton Per Hour Asphalt and Bituminous Macadam Plant, 616, 617

Stothert and Pitt, Ltd., 50-Ton Titan Steam Crane, 552,561

Stream-Line Filter Company, Ltd., Filter for Lubricating Oil, 348

Stromeyer, C. E., Experiments on Strains in Boilers, 649

Stubbs, Joseph, Ltd., High-speed Pirn Winder and Metal Swift, 410

Sudan Government Railways, “ Prairie ” Type Locomotives, 246, 247 (Two-page Supplement, September 4th, 1925)

Sunbeam Six and Eight-cylinder Motor Car Engines, 438

Sunderland, New Graving Dock at, 111

Swedish-American Motor Liner Gripsholm, Sir AV. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Ltd., 579, 614, 634 (Two-page Supplement, December 4th, 1925)

T TATHAM, William, Ltd., Automatic Feeding Machine, 375

“ Termaco ” Roving Bobbin Cleaner, Terrell Machine Company, 375

Textile Machinery Exhibition, 374

Thornhill Power Station of Yorkshire Electric Power Company, 32

Thornycroft, J. 1., and Co., Ltd., Coastal Motor Boat for Sweden, 320

Thornycroft Four-wheel Drive Motor Tractor and Six-cylinder 100 H.P. “GB/6” Engine, 485, 486 (Two-page Supplement, November 6th, 1925)

'Jhornycroft, J. I., and Co., Ltd., Shallowdraught Twin-screw Steamer Fushun, 274

Trewhella Brothers, Man-power Stump Puller,

u “ UN AX ” Combined Rotary Cement Kiln and Clinker Cooler, 124

Upwey Grange, Motor Refrigerating Ship, 678

V VANDERVELL, C. A., and Co., Ltd., “Helicoid ” Starter Gear, 439

Vaughan Crane Company, Ltd., Underhung

Travelling Jib Crane for Kilindini, 648

Vauxhall 25-70 H.P. Chassis and Single-sleeve

Valve 25-70 H.P. Engine, 403

Vickers Ltd., Dabeg Feed Pump, 20

w AVALL1S and Steevens, Ltd., Scarifier Attachment for Road Roller, 636

AVatt’s Workshop at Heathfield, Birmingham,

Whipp and Bourne Switchboard for Liner Gripsholm, 634, 640

Whitehead, H. C., Sewage Disposal, Arrangement of Works and Purification Plant, 540

Willison Automatic Coupler on Indian Rollins

Stock, 694 6

Wilson Dam at Muscle Shoals on the Tennessee

River, Alabama, 8, 9, 12, 29, 38, 68, 82

Volseley Four-speed Gear-box, Four-cylinder AC 8 and E 4 Engines, 402, 403

Voodruff, Bernard J., Stereo-Photo-Gram

metric Surveying, 454, 481, 515

iVorthington-SimpsonTurbine Bore-hole Pump,

296, 303

Y YORKSHIRE Patent Steam Tipping Wagon, 486, 487

Yorkshire Patent Steam Wagon Company, Self-propelling Gully Emptier, 61

Young, Osmond and Young, Ltd., Electrical Windmill Plant, 60

ZxANDOV Ironworks Company, Souczek Loom

Shuttle Operating Mechanism, 375

Zeiss, Carl, Photo-Theodolite, 454, 455

^ubprts. See also Separate Section, Olympia Shipbuilding. Engineering and Machinery Exhibition.

A AERONAUTICS :

Autogiro Flying Machine, Don Juan de la Cierva, 430

Flying Boat, “ Southampton ” Type, “ Taxying ” on the Water, 399, 406

Supermarine Napier S 4 Monoplane, 399, 406

AIR COMPRESSOR, 6500 Cjibic Feet Electrically Driven, 239, 242, 261, 268

Air Compressor, Portable, for Tramway Repairs ; also Compressor on “Fordson” Tractor, Rea veil and Co., Ltd., 635. 636

Air Pollution, John B. C. Kfershaw, 169

Asphalt or Bituminous Macadam Mixing Plant,

Marshall, Sons and Co., 700

Asphalt and Bituminous Macadam Plant, 10-

Ton per Hour, Stothert and Pitt, Ltd., 616, 617

Asphalt Macadam Plant, Portable; “ Road

Toaster,” Roadways Equipment. Ltd., 638

Asphalt Mixing Plant, Davey, Paxman and Co., Ltd., 528 ; (Correction), 656

Asphalt Plant, 8-10-Ton per Hour, Millars’

Machinery Company, Ltd., 635

B BAND Saw and a Planing Machine. A. Ransome and Co., Ltd., 304

Bearing, Self-aligning, Hoffmann Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 411

Bearings, Plain v. Roller, for Tramcars, 701

Bedford Engineering Company, 15-Ton Electric

Gantry Crane, 443

Bituminous Macadam—see Asphalt

Bobbin Cleaner, “ Termaco ” Roving, Terrell Machine Company, 375

Boiler Equipment at the IIell Gate Power Station, J. B. C. Kershaw, 670, 674, 675

Boiler, Oil-fired, “ Beardmore-Blake,” Test of, 224

Boilers—see also Separate Section, Olympia Exhibition

Boilers, Experiments on Strains in, C. E.

Stromeyer, 649

Bottle Making—see British

Bridge, Road Erecting, Over the Mahaweli Ganga, Ceylon, 57, 64

Bridges, Old and New, Over the Mahaweli Ganga, 57, 64

British Bottle Making Machine, Francis Redfern, 395 (Two-page Supplement, October Ibth, 1925) •

CANAL de Castilla, Spain, 340

Cardboard Box Machine, M. C. Ritchie, Ltd., 94

Cement Kiln, Combined Rotary, and Clinkei

Cooler, F. L. Smidth and Co., Ltd., 124

Chain Drive, Hans Ren old, Ltd., 374

Coal Carbonisation System, Low Temperature McEwen-Runge, 249

Colliery Compressed Air Transmission Scheme Powell Duffryn Steam Coal Company, 238 242, 261, 268

Concrete Mixers : “ Featherweight ” ant

“ Welterweight ” with Boom Attachment Ransome Machinery Company (1920), Ltd. 586

Concrete Piles, “ Zenith ” Vibro, Formation ol British Steel Piling Company, Ltd.. 636

Convevors, Newspaper, in American Offices 610,‘ 619

Crane Calculations, Diagram for, Edward G Fiegehen, 600

Crane, 15-Ton Electric Gantry, for India, Bed ford Engineering Company, 443

Crane, 4-Ton Electric Wharf for Durban, Ale> Chaplin and Co., Ltd., 276, 277

Crane, 50-Ton Titan Steam, Stothert and Pit-Ltd., 552, 561

Crane, Underhung Travelling Jib, for Kilindin Vaughan Crane Company, Ltd., 6^8

Cranes—see also Separate Section, Olympi Exhibition

Cupola Design, Notes on, 144

DAM Disaster in Wales, 496

Dani, Sennar, on the Blue Nile, 16, 17 (Two-page

Supplement, July 3rd, 1925)

Dam, Wilson, at Muscle Shoals, Alabama, 8, 9,

12, 29, 38, 68, 82

Damming the Kawarau River, New Zealand, 356

Diesel-electric Cars—see Railways

Diesel Engines—see Engines

Dock, New Graving, at Sunderland, 111.

Drainage Plants Driven by Internal Combustion Engines, 562

Drilling Machines—see Machine Tools

E ELECTRICAL MATTERS :

Arc Welding Plant, Portable Electric, Premier Electric Welding Company, Ltd., 550

Auto Transformer Starter, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 411

British Thomson-Houston 5000-Kilowatt Turbo-alternator, 136, 142

Bruce Peebles-La Cour 500 - Kilowatt Motor Converter, 136, 137

Diesel Engines and Hydro-electric Stations, Alfred Biichi, 120, 146

Excavator, Large, Electrical Equipment for, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd.. 488, 489, 525

Four-cylinder Generator Units for Canadian Diesel-electric Rail Cars, Win. Beardmore and Co., Ltd., 345

Generating Set, 634 : and Switchboard Gallery for Swedish Liner Gripsholm, 634, 640

Generator, 26,000-Kilowatt Electric, General Electric Company, Schenectady, 69. 70

High Vacuum Mercury Pump for Rectifier, 139, 162

Locomotives, Electric—see Locomotives, also Railway Locomotives

Metropolitan-Vickers’ 5000-Kilowatt and 10,000-Kilowatt Turbo-alternators, 136, 142 ♦

Motors, 2600 H.P. Three-phase Alternating-current, and Rotor for a Paper Pulp Mill, 95

Motors, 400 B.H.P. Vertical-spindle, for Pump Driving, Crompton and Co., Ltd., 96 Old-established Electrical Works, Johnson and Phillips, 43

Osborne Adelaide Electric Generating Station, 133, 142, 158, 166

Parsons-Bruce Peebles 500 Kilowatt Turbogenerator, 136, 137

Parsons 35-Kilowatt Motor and Brush Alternator, 72

Power-house with Turbines and Generators at Muscle Shoals, Alabama, 8, 9, 12, 29, 38, 68, 82

Projectors for Illuminating Niagara Falls, 124 Pumps—see Pumps

Railways, Electric—see Railways

Rectifiers, 84, 107, 138, 161, 185, 220, 233, 264, 287, 318, 346, 368

Southern Railway New Electric Stock, 44

Supervisory Control Equipment for Automatic Sub stations : Control Desk, Cabinet, Low-tension Alternating-current Panels, High-tension Switchgear with Circuit Breaker, High-speed Direct-current Circuit Breaker, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., 412, 413

Switch and Circuit Breaker Building, Muscle Shoals Power Plant, 82, 83—see also Power House

Thornhill Power Station Generating Plant, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd.,

Transformer Stations, Croydon and Norwood, (Adelaide), and Equipments, 133, 158, 166 Turbo-generator, 50,000-Kilowatt Cross-compound, Parsons-Westinghouse, 670, 674

ENGINES AND MOTORS :

Beardmore, William, and Co., Ltd., All-steel Quick-running Oil Engine, 344

700 B.H.P. Four-cylinder Diesel Engine for Air Compressor Set for Motor Liner Gripsholm, 635

Diesel Engines and Hydro-electric Power Stations, Alfred Biichi, 120, 146

Double-acting Four-cycle Marine Oil Engines for the Motor Liner Gripsholm, Burmeister and Main, 579, 614, 634, 640 (Two-page Supplement, December 4th, 1925)

Internal Combustion Horizontal 'Twin Engines for Drainage Plants, Campbell Gas Engine Company, Ltd., 562

Motor Car Engines at Olympia :

Armstrong-Siddeley 18 H.P. Six-cylinder Motor Car Engine, 383

“ Big Bentley ” Six-cylinder Motor Car Engine and Four-cylinder Three-litre, Speed Model, Bentley Engine, 382, 383 Crossley 18/50 H.P. Six-cylinder Engine, 383

Sunbeam 3-Litre Six-cylinder Engine, 438 Sunbeam Vertical Eight-cylinder Engine, 438

Vauxhall Single-Sleeve-Valve 25-70 H.P. Engine, 403

Wolseley Four-cylinder A C 8 Engine and E 4 Engine, 402

Motor Commercial Vehicle Engines:

Michell Crankless Engine, Crankless Engines. Ltd., 487

Scammell “ Autovan ” Radial Engine, 514,

Six-cylinder 100 H.P. G B/6 ” Motor Tractor Engine, John I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., 485, 486 (Two-page Supplement, November §th, 1925)

Oil Engine Generator Set, Parsons Motor and Brush Alternator, 72

Oil Engine, 150 H.P., Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd., 296, 302

Oil Engine, 50 B.H.P., and Petrol-paraffin Engine, 24 B.H.P., Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 34

Parkeston, Motor Ship, Four-stroke, Single-acting Engines, New Type, 170, 190, 194

1 ENGINES AND MOTORS (continued) :

Petrol or Paraffin 5 V Engine, National Gas Engine Company, Ltd., 34, 35

Portable Oil Engine, 20-22 B.H.P., Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd.. 582, 588

Portable Petrol Engine, R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd., 60

Steam Pumping Engine of 1866, 296, 302

EXCAVATOR, Largo Electrically Operated, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., and British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 488, 489, 525

EXHIBITIONS .

Commercial Vehicle Show, 457, 485, 512

(Tivo-page Supplement, November 6th, 1925)

Motor Show, 382, 402, 438

Olympia Exhibition—see Separate Index

Section, Olympia, &c.

Public Works. Roads and Transport Exhibition, 582. 586, 616, 635, 675

Royal Agricultural Society’s Show at

Chester, 34, 60

Shipbuilding, Engineering and Machinery

Exhibition—see Olympia

Smithfield Club Show, 643

Textile Machinery Exhibition, 374, 410

EXPANSION Curves, 339

F FEED PUMPS—see Pumps

Feeding Machine, Automatic, William Tatham, Ltd., 375

Filter, Stream-line, for Lubricating Oil, Stream-

Line Filter Company, Ltd., 348

Fire Engine and 250-300-Gallon Pump, Martin

Cultivator Company, Ltd., 62

Flume, Semi-circular Metal, 326

Flying Boat—see Aeronautics

Fuel Injection Arrangements, Blackstone, 34

GEARS, Ground, Involute Gear Tooth Model, H. F. L. Orcutt, 585,.589, 590, 618

Generating Machine, Sprocket Wheel, Wm. Muir and Co., Ltd., 644

Grain, Automatic Measurement of, Machine, Lea Recorder Company, Ltd., 472

Grinder and Screen, Combined, Marco, Ltd., 461

Gully - emptier. Self - propelling, Yorkshire Patent Steam Wagon Company, 61

H HIGH-SPEED Strip Rolling Mill, W. H. A.

Robertson and Co., Ltd., 688

Hydraulic Turbines for New Zealand, Gilbert Gilkes and Co., Ltd., 223

Hydro-electric Development at the Muscle Shoals, Alabama, 8, 9, 12, 29, 38, 68, 82

Hydro-electric Installation for Scottish Colliery,

James Gordon and Co., Ltd.. 492, 497

Hydro-electric Scheme for Palestine, 301

Hydro-electric Stations, Diesel Engines and, Alfred Buchi, 120, 146

Hydro-electric Works, Lake Truzzo, 180

Hydro-mechanical Transmission Gear, H.

Schneider, Swiss Locomotive and Machine Works, 86, 90

Hydro-pneumatic Pumping Plants. Intermittent Hydrautomat, Continuous Hydrautomat, Vacuum Hydrautomat, Hydrautomat, Ltd., 413, 414

IN D U CT AN CES—see W i reless

Internal Combustion Engines—see Engines Irrigation Scheme, The Gezira, 211, 2f6

JOINTS for Pipe Lines, Stewart Long-sleeved

Joint; Williams l oose-flange Joint, 262

L LATHES—see Machine Tools

LOCOMOTIVES :

British Steam Railway Locomotive from 1825 to 1924, E. L. Ahrons, 2, 28. 54, 80 104, 132, 156, 180, 206, 232, 258,284*

312, 338, 366, 394, 422, 452, 480^508*

538, 570, 598, 628 ; (Letters), 36, 88, 123, 140, 172, 173, 198, 199, 210,237,

275, 294, 317, 376, 400, 429, 469,470,’

580, 668; (Erratum), 481

Period 1870-1875 (continued), 2, 28

Period 1876-1881, 28, 54, 80

Period 1882-1889, Compound Locomotives, 156, 180, 206, 232; Non-compound Locomotives, 258, 284, 312

Period 1890-1900, 338, 366, 394 (Details. 422), 452

Period 1901-1914. 480, 508, 538, 570 Period 1914-1924, 598 (Details, 628) Articulated, Steep Gradient and Miscellaneous Locomotives, 452

Curves of Crank Effort, 810

Details : Radial Axle-boxes, Valves and Valve Gear, 81 ; Boilers, 82; Bottom-ley’s Radial Axle-box, 81 ; Webb’s Circular Slide Valve, 81 ; Webb’s Radial Axle-box, 81

Engines for Ireland and Overseas, 1870-1879, 132

Locomotive Details, 1901-1914, 570

Locomotive Tenders, 628

Train Resistances and Locomotive Performances, 1855 to 1879. 104; Details, 422, 628

LOCOMOTIVES {continued):

British Steam Railway Locomotive from

1825 to 1924 {continued):

Two-cylinder High-pressure Engines, 1890-1900, 366

Locomotives Illustrated.

Adams’ London and South-Western Engine, 1880, 55

Barry Railway Tank Engine, 1897, 395

Caledonian Engine, 1877, 55

Caledonian Engine, “ 766 ” Class, 1897, 367

Caledonian Goods Engine, 1874-7, 3

Caledonian Six-coupled Passenger Tank Engine, 1917, 599

Compound Tank Engine, Beyer, Peacock, 394

Drummond’s North British Engine, 1876-8, 54

Engine by Beyer, Peacock and Co., 1879, 132

Engine for Dutch State Railways, Beyer, Peacock, 1880—1895, 132

Engine for Natal, Kitson and Co., 1879, 132

Engine for the Rajputana-Malwa Railway, Dubs, 1880, 133

hairlie Engine, Yorkshire Engine Company, 1872, 452

Durness Six-coupled Passenger Tank Engine, 1920, 599

Garratt Passenger Engine, Beyer, Peacock and Co., 453

Glasgow and South-Western Goods Engine, 1915, 539

Glasgow and South-Western Railway Engine, 1879-1880, 29

Glasgow and South-Western Locomotive, 1888-9, 284

Glasgow and South-Western Locomotive, 1911, 510

Goods Engine for Mersey Railway, Beyer, Peacock, 1885, 313

Goods Engine for Mersey Railway, Beyer, Peacock,1887, 313

Great Central Locomotive, “Director” Class, 1913, 508

Great Central Tank Engine, 1911-1923, 539

Great Eastern Compound Engine, T. W. Worsdell, 1884, 206

Great Eastern Railway Express Engine, 1879-82, 29

Great Eastern Goods Engine, 1879, 81

Great Eastern Goods Engine, 1882, 312

Great Eastern Tank Engine, 1893, 394

Great Northern Engine, 1898, 394

Great Northern Engine, 1900—1, 367

Great Northern (Ireland) Six-coupled

Goods Engine, 1921, 598

Great Southern and Western Engine, 1876, 132

Great Western Railway Bogie Express Engine, 1877, 29

Great Western Broad-gauge Compound, 233

Great Western Railway Express Engine, 1878-1879, 29

Great Western Engine, 1885, 285

Great Western Engine, 1887, 285

Great Western Engine, 1897—9, 367

Great Western Goods Engine, 1871, 3

Great Western Goods Engine, 1882-1884, 312

Great Western Goods Engine, 1885-6, 312

Great Western Goods Engine, 1901-1903, 539

Great Western Locomotive, 1889, 259

Great Western Locomotive, 1894- 9, 366

Great Western Railway 4-6-0 Engine, 1899, 395

Great Western Locomotive, “ City ” Class, 1903, 508

Great Western Locomotive, “ County ” Class, 1904, 508

Great Western Railway Trailing Axle, 285

Holden’s Decapod, 1902, 538

Indian State Railways Class “ F ” Engine, Vulcan, 133

Indian State Railways Class “ O ” Engine,

1880, 133

•Johnson’s Midland Engine, 1877, 54

Kitson-Meyer Rack Locomotive, Trans-andine Railway, 452

Lancashire and Yorkshire Engine, 1878-86, 55

Lancashire and Yorkshire Engine, 1891-4, 367

Lancashire and Yorkshire Engine, 1899, 394

Lancashire and Yorkshire Tank Engine,

1881, 80

Lancashire and Yorkshire Tank Engine, 1908, 540

London, Brighton and South Coast Locomotive, 1882-1891, 284

London, Brighton and South Coast Railway “Terrier,” 1872-1880, 2

London, Midland and Scottish Eight-coupled Goods Engine, 1923, 598

London and North-Western Railway Coal r' Engine, 1873-1892, 3

London and North-Western Compound, 1882-3, 156

London and North-Western Compound, 1882-3, Section, 156

London and North-Western Compound, 1884, 206

London and North-Western Compounds, 1887,206

London and North-Western “Dreadnought ” Class, 1884—8, 157

London and North-Western Goods Engine, 1880, 80

London and North-Western Shunting Engine, 1880-2, 81

London and North-Western “ Teutonic ”

Class, 1889-90, 157

London and South-Western Engine, 1882-

5, 286

London and South-Western Railway, 1892-3, 366

Mallet Compound Locomotive, North British Locomotive Company, Ltd., South African Railways, 452

Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Heavy Goods Engine, 1880-5, 80

Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Locomotive, 1882—3, 258

Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Locomotive, 1887, 259

Metre-gauge Engine for India, 1872, 133

LOCOMOTIVES (continued) :

British Steam Railway Locomotive from

1825 to 1924 (continued):

Locomotives Illustrated (continued).

Metre-gauge Engine for India, Dubs, 1872, 132

Midland Engine, 1889, 259

Midland Goods Engine, 1869-1873, 2

Midland Express Engine, 1880-81, 29

Midland Railway Three-cylinder Compound, 480

Midland Ten-coupled Goods Engine, 1919, 597

Nesbit’s Four-cylinder Tandem Compound Engine, 232

North British Locomotive, 1906-1911, 510

North-Eastern Compound Engine, 1887, 206

North-Eastern Compound Engine, 1888, 206

North-Eastern Compound Engine, 1889, 207

North-Eastern Locomotive, 1885, 258

North-Eastern Railway “2111” Class. 1900-1, 394

North London Goods Engine, 1879-1894, 312

Sacre’s Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Engine, 1877-80, 54

Sharp, Stewart’s London, Tilbury and Southend Engine, 1880, 55

.Single Fairlie Engine, 1878, 81

Stephenson’s, J. F., Coupling Rod Joint, 28

Stroudley’s Goods Engine, 1873, 2

Taff Vale Engine, 1888, 286

Webb’s Tank Engine, 1880-1890, 56

ELECTRIC Locomotives for Main Lines in

Austria and France, 183, 185, 343, 424, 425, 426

15in. Gauge Express Locomotive, Davey, Paxman and Co., Ltd., 70 ; (Paragraph), 115 Locomotive Boiler Feed System, A New, Vickers Ltd., 20

Locomotive Coal Trials on the Southern Railway, H. Holcroft, 658

London and North-Eastern Railway Goods Engine, Dabeg Feed Pump on, 20

Pacific Railway of Colombia Eight-coupled Locomotive, 224

Paris-Orleans Railway, Electric Locomotives, 343

Petrol Locomotive, 40-50 H.P., for Oil Refinery, Drewry Car Company, 10

“ Planet ” Petrol 10 H.P. Locomotive, Kent Construction and Engineering Company, Ltd., 586, 587

Prosser Locomotives with Flangeless Driving Wheels and Angular Guide Wheels, 511

Southern Railway Express Passenger Engine, 329

Stockton and Darlington Centenary :

Engine Built at Hetton by George Stephenson and Nicholas Wood in 1822, 42

Stephenson’s “ Locomotion ” Drawing Replica of Original Train, 42

SUDAN Government Railways, “Prairie”

Type Locomotives, 246, 247 (Two-page Supplement, September 4th, 1925)

Two Remarkable Locomotives, E. C. Poultney, 370, 378, 439

Delaware and Hudson Railroad, Boiler and Fire-box of Horatio Allen, 370, 378

Lima Locomotive Works Eight-coupled Locomotive A 1, Superheater, Cylinders and Saddle, Coupling Rod Arrangement, Four-wheeled Truck, 439-441

Locomotive Valve Gear, Model for, Hunslet Engine Company, Ltd., 140

LOOM, Dr. Carver, Carver Textile Patents, Ltd., 374

Lorry, 6-Ton Steam, Fodens, Ltd., 644

MACHINE TOOLS :

Auto Lathe, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 384

High-speed Lathe, Smith, Barker and Willson, Ltd., 171

Hydraulic Flanging Press, Large, fielding and Platt, Ltd., 468, 469

Lathe, Duplex Wheel Centre, Joshua Buckton and Co., Ltd., 330

66ft. Plate Edge Planing Machine, Smith Brothers and Co., Ltd., 700

Radial Drilling Machine, Drummond Brothers, Ltd., 384

Rath Spiral Bevel Gear Planing Machine, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 112

MACHINERY, Auxiliary, Boilers, Air Compressor, Generating Set, Gear, &c., for the Swedish Liner Gripsholin, 579, 614, 634, 640 (Two-page Supplement, December 4th, 1925)

MAPS :

Austria, Electrified Lines in, 182

Canal de Castilla, Spain, Three Branches of, 340

France, Maps showing Electrical Railways, 341, 343, 423, 425

Llyn Eigau, Dam Disaster in Wales, 496 Metropolitan Line, Route of Proposed New, 677

MARINE Engines—see Engines

Mechanical Couplers—see Railways

Modern Foundry Practice, Some Applications of Research to, J. E. Fletcher, 667, 703

Mole-draining Machine and Tile Drain Ramming Machine, John Fowler and Co., Ltd., 61

MOTOR CARS, CHASSIS, GARAGE EQUIP

MENT, GEAR-BOXES, &c.:

Four-cvlinder 3-LitreChassis, Bentley Motors, Ltd.’, 383

18/50 H.P. Six-cylinder Chassis, Crossley Brothers, Ltd., 383, 384

Daimler 16—55 H.P. Chassis, 404

Six-cylinder Chassis, Darracq, 438

Vauxhall 25-70 H.P. Chassis, 403

MOTOR CARS, CHASSIS, GARAGE EQUIPMENT, GEAR-BOXES, &c. (continued):

Breakdown Truck and Repair Ramp, Mann, Egerton and Co., Ltd., 439

Motor Car Engines—see Engines

Motor Car Power Transmission :

Starter Gear, “ Helicoid,” C. A. Vander-veil and Co., Ltd., 439

“ Superflex ” Shaft Coupling, Simms Motor Units, Ltd., 439

Wolseley Four-speed Gear-box, 402, 403

MOTOR COMMERCIAL VEHICLES AND ACCESSORIES :

Atkinson Uniflow Steam Wagon and Boiler for, 513, 514

Crossley-Kegresse 25-30 H.P. Chassis, 459

“ Garrett ” 2-Ton Electric Chassis, 459

Harrier Six-wheel Four-drive Chassis, for Fifty-seater Body, 512, 513

Lancia “ Pentaiota ” Chassis, Curtis Automobile Company, Ltd., 457

Omnibus Chassis, Sixty-seater, Bristol Tramways and Carriage Company, Ltd., 460

Omnibus, Thirty-seater, Albion Motor Car Company, Ltd., 460

Omnibus, Fifty-seater, “ Leviathan,” Ley-land Motors, Ltd., 487, 488

“ Ramillies ” Motor Omnibus Chassis, Associated Equipment Company, Ltd., 457, 458, 459

Saloon Coach Maudslay Thirty-seater, 487

Scammell “ Autovan ” Radial-engined Lorry, 514, 515

Tractor, Thornycroft Four-wheel Drive, Six-cylinder, 485, 486 (Tico-page Supplement, November 6th, 1925)

Tractor, Three-speed Austin, 512

Wagon, Fuel Oil, Petrol-driven, Harrier Motors, Ltd., 486, 487

Wagon, Steam Tipping, Yorkshire Patent Steam Wagon Company, 486, 487

MOULDS, Permanent, for Cast Iron, 326 Mowing Machine, Knife-operating Mechanism, Blackstone and Co., Ltd., 61

NEWSPAPER Conveyors, 610, 619

o OIL Engines—see Engines

Oil Fuel Burner, A New, Filma Oil Burners, Ltd., 304

Omnibus, Electric Trolley, R. Garrett and Sons, Ltd., 196 ; (Correction), 256

Omnibus—see also Motor Commercial Vehicles

p PETROL Ploughing Engine, McLaren, 643

Photo Theodolite, Carl Zeiss, 455 ; Triangulation Signal, 482

Piles, “ Vibro,” Formation of, British Steel Piling Company, Ltd., 636

Pipe Line Construction for Rhymney Valley Collieries, 262, 268

Pipe, Reinforced Concrete, Drac-Romanche Water Power Undertaking, 692, 696

Pirn Winder and Metal Swift, Joseph Stubbs, Ltd., 410

Planing Machines—see Machine Tools

Pliers for Making Hose Joints, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Ltd., 636

Portrait, Captain H. Riall Sankey, 381

Propulseur Trompe for Aeroplanes, M. H. F.

Melot, 301

Pulverised Fuel for Boiler Firing in a Paper Mill, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 292

PUMPS :

Dabeg Feed Pump, Vickers Ltd., 20

Deep Well Pumping Plant at Gainsborough, Marshall, Sons and Co., Worthington-Simpson Bore-hole Pump, 296, 302

Drainage Plant Pumps, Rees Roturbo Manufacturing Company, Ltd., 562

Hydro-pneumatic Pumping Plants, Hydrau-tomat, Ltd., 413, 414

Main Engine and Service Pumps (Fuel, Lubricating Oil, Fresh Water) for the Swedish Liner Gripsholm, 579, 614, 634, 640 (Two-page Supplement, December 4th, 1925)

Motor-driven Pump, Boulton and Paul, 643

Pump for Motor Fire Engine, Martin Cultivator Company, Ltd., 62

Stuffing-box for Pump Impeller Shafts, Pulsometer Engineering Company, 386

Suction Cleaning Pump, Gas-operated, Bertram Joy, 462

Wing Rotor Pumping Unit, Engineer-Captain Sigurd J. Savonius, 193

R RAIL Cars, Diesel-electric in Canada, 430, 434, Rails, Malleable Iron, Birkinshaw’s Patent, 109

RAILWAY MAIN LINE ELECTRIFICATION :

Sir Philip Dawson and Professor S. Parker Smith, 182, 208, 341, 423

Austria; Arlberg and Vorarlberg Railway, 183

Austria ; Tauern ; Mittenwald ; St. Polten— Gusswerk Railway, 208, 209

France, 341 ; Paris-Lyons-Mediterranean Railway, 34,1, 423 ; Midi Railway, 425

RAILWAY, Southern New Electric Stock, 44

Railway, Stockton and Darlington, Centenary, 42

Railways, Indian Broad-gauge, Mechanical Couplers for, 694

Rectifiers—see Electrical Matters

Reinforcement-placing Machine, Liversedge.

John Fowler and Co (Leeds), Ltd., 637 Reservoir, 8,000,000-Gallon, at Bushey Heath.

Colne Valley Water Company, 456, 464

Resistance of Ships—see Ships

Road Roller, 3-Ton Petrol “ Clear-side ’’

Tandem, Robey and Co., Ltd., 582, 588

Road Roller, 9-Ton “ Universal ” Steam.

Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd., 60, 617, 618

Road Roller, Scarifier Attachment for, Wallis

and Steevens, Ltd., 636

Road Toaster, Roadways Equipment, Ltd., 638

Roller, Quick-reverse Water Ballast Motor,

Barford and Perkins, Ltd., 587

Rotoscope, A. J. Ashdown, 272

s SALVAGE Operations at Scapa Flow, Cox and Danks, Ltd., 248

Sand Drag in Waterloo Tunnel, 51 1

Sand and Oil Trap for Garages, William E.

Farrer, Ltd., 587

Scarifier—see Road Roller

Scavenger Blower, Steam Turbine-driven, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 678, 679

Sewage Disposal, Arrangement of Works and Purification Plant, H. C. Whitehead, 540

SHIPS AND SHIPPING MATTERS :

General:

Factors Affecting the Resistance of Ships in Waves, W. G. A. Perring, 686

British Navy :

H.M. Battleship Nelson, 266

H.M.S. Emerald, 580

Foreign Navies :

German Light Cruiser Emden, 549

Miscellaneous Vessels:

Coastal Motor Boat for Sweden, J. I. Thorny-croft and Co., Ltd., 320

Conte Biancamano, Lloyd Sabando Liner, Wm. Beardmore and Co., Ltd., 496, 517, 520, 542

Fushun, Shallow - draught Twin - screw Steamer for China, J. 1. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., 274

Motor Refrigerator Ship Upwey Grange, Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Ltd., 678

Parkeston, Motor Ship, 170, 190, 194

Primero, Motor Cargo Ship, Burmeister and Wain, 293

Swedish-American Motor Liner Gripsholm, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Ltd., 579, 614, 634, 640 (Two-page Supplement, December 4th, 1925)

SHOWS—see Exhibitions

Souczek Loom, Shuttle-operating Mechanism, Zandov Ironworks Company, 375

Spinning Frame and Flexible Roller, Platt Bros, and Co., Ltd., 410, 411

Steam Engines—see Engines

Steam Generating Sets, 25-Kilowatt, at Littleton Pumping Station, Ashworth and Parker, Ltd., 471

Stereo Comparator, 515

Stereo-Photo-Grammetric Surveying, Bernard J. Woodruff, 454, 481, 515

Stroboscope—see Rotoscope

Stump Puller, Man-power, Trewhella Brot hers, 643

Superheater Element, Bolton’s Superheater and Pipe Works, Ltd., 410

Surveying Instruments, &c.—see Stereo

TRACTOR, Steam, with Three-speed Gear, Fodens, Ltd., 618

Tractors, Motor—see Motor Commercial

Vehicles

Trailer, Self-loading and Tipping, International Harvester Company, 35, 36

Transporter, 12-Ton Electric, at Middlesbrough, Cowans, Sheldon and Co., Ltd., 350, 358

Triangulation—see Photo Theodolite

Turbine, 1500 B.H.P. Geared, Metropolitan -Vickers, Ltd., 374

Turbine Pumps for Hydraulic Power Supply, Mather and Platt, Ltd., 354

Turbine Wheel, 30,000 H.P., and Speed Ring for, Cramp Ship and Engine Building Company, 69—see also Hydro-electric Development at Muscle Shoals

Turbines and Gearing for Lloyd Sabaudo Liner Conte Biancamano, 476, 517, 520, 542. 544

Turbines, Hydraulic, for New Zealand, 223

Turbines and Reduction Gear for French Flotilla Leaders, 499

Turbines and Turbine Governor, Oil Pressure, 492,497

Turbo-compressors at Bargoed Power-house, 238, 242

Turbo-generator, 20,000-Kilowatt, English Electric Company, 547

Turbo-generators—see also Electrical Matters

V VALVE Gear, Locomotive—see Locomotives

Valve, Reducing, for Use with Vacuum Automatic Brake, Gresham and Craven, Ltd., 645

Vibrometer Records of the Vibrations of Buildings, W. P. Digby, 356

w WAGON, “ Gravity Type ” Tipping Motor, Lacre Motor Car Company, Ltd., 582, 588

Wagon, Pig, Two-decker Six-wheeled, Sentinel

Waggon Works, 35

Wagon, 6-7-Ton Three-way Steam Tipping,

Robey and Co., Ltd., 582, 588

Water-cooled Furnace Walls, H. D. Savage, 121

Boiler, 1800 H.P., at Cahokia, 122

Isometric View of Screen at Hell Gate, 122

Steam Generating Unit, Arrangement; 122

Water Power Undertaking, Drac-Romanche, 692, 696

Wheel, “ Esco ” Simplex, Electric Steel Castings Company, 457

Windlass, Motor, 60 B.H.P., for Cable Ploughing, J. and H. McLaren, 60

Windmill Plant, Electrical, Young, Osmond and Young, Ltd., 60

Wing Rotor, Engineer-Captain Sigurd .1.

Savon ins, 193

WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY :

Broadcasting Station at Daventry, 110, 116

Wireless Apparatus, Automatic Call, Major B. Binyon,524

Wireless Beam, 273, 274

Wireless Station, Rugby, 82 (Two-page Supplement, July 24th, 1925)

Wireless Station, Rugby, Inductances for, AV.. T. Henley’s Telegraph Works Company, Ltd., 500

WORKSHOP, James Watt’s, at Heathfield, I 14

Workshops, Egyptian Government, Boulac,

Cairo, 315, 316, 322

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