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The Engineer 1931/05/01

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Main Subjects

  • British Patent Specifications p.501
  • Current Prices for Metals and Fuels p.500
  • Double-Acting Two-Stroke Marine Oil Engine - 7,600 BHP. Illustrated. p.484
  • Editorial p.489
    • Main Line Railway Electrification
  • French Engineering Notes p.501
  • Hungarian Railway Scheme Electrification. Illustrated. p.491
  • Long Distance Telephony p.496
  • New View on Politics and Science. p.486
  • Post-War Land Turbine Development Part II. Illustrated. p.481
  • Provincial Letters p.497
  • Seven-Day Journal p.475
    • A Year's Work at the N.P.L.
    • Re-Lining a Water Tunnel
    • A New Clyde Industry
    • The Faraday Remembrance Stone at Battersea
    • Wages in the Engineering and Shipbuilding Industry
    • Transatlantic Air Mail
    • French Schneider Trophy
    • Metropolitan-Vickers Russian Agreement
    • H.M. Destroyer Acheron
    • British and Foreign Trade Statistics
  • Sixty Years Ago p.490

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