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The Engineer 1938 Jul-Dec: Index

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The Engineer 1938 Jul-Dec: Index.

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  • LACEY, J. M., Tube Wells and Electric Development in India, 554
  • Laing. Andrew, Lecture on the Molecular Basis of the Strength of Materials. Sir W. Bragg. 572; (Leading Article, 565)
  • La Mont Boiler Installation at Works of G. and J. Weir. Ltd., John Thompson Water Tube Boilers, Ltd., 367. 395; Test Figures. 626; (Letter, 424)
  • Lancashire Dynamo and Crypto. Ltd. Planer Drive, 690
  • Lancashire's Transport Problem, 31
  • Land, E. S., United States Mercantile Marine, (389)
  • Lang, J., and Sons. Lathe With A.C. and D.C. Motors. 665
  • Langston Harbour Airport. (673)
  • L'Anse au Beaufils Fishing Harbour, Quebec. 271
  • Lanz Tractor Co. Ltd., " Bulldog " Oil-engine driven Tractors, 126
  • Larke, Sir William, Welding Research, 431
  • Latil Industrial Vehicles. Ltd., Tractor Fitted with Producer Gas Plant. 72
  • Laurence Scott and Electromotors, Ltd., Welding Generator, 682
  • Lawson, Douglas, and Co., Ltd., Split Pulley for Belt Drives (" Destron "), 510
  • Laystall Engineering Co. Merger with Joshua Bigwood and Son, Ltd., (227)
  • Lea. F. C., Torque Converter for Motor Cars, 276 Lea Recorder Co., Ltd., " Uni-meter " Coal Meter, 413
  • Legget, R. F., Some Canadian Wharf Structures of Steel Sheet Piling, 270. 301
  • Le Grand, Sutcliff and Gell, Ltd. Lower Green Sand Water Bores at Slough, (25)
  • Lehigh Coal and Navigation Co. American Coal Mine Blasting, 264
  • Leipzig Port Extensions, (13)
  • Lepper, G. W., Oil Drilling in Great Britain, 519
  • Leasing, R., Smoke Pollution in London, 379
  • Levenger, M., Obituary, 705
  • Levinstein, H., " Sir William Parkin's Adventure, and What Has Come of It," (591). 615
  • Leyland Motors. Ltd., Fire Escape with a Life-saving Cage, (617)
  • Liddell, R. R., London Docks, (645)
  • Lima Locomotive Works. 4-8-4 Powerful Locomotives. (443)
  • Lincoln Arc Welding Prize, (389)
  • Lind, Peter, and Co., Ltd., Waterloo Bridge, 222. 228. 669. 674; Boots New Factory at Beeston. Notts, 618, 621
  • Lions' Gate Bridge, Vancouver, (335)
  • Lisbon Aerodrome, (149)
  • Lister. R. A. and Co. Ltd. Grass Comb. Market Garden Hoe, 37
  • Lithgow, Sir James, The Building of Ships; A British Survey, 4
  • Little. A. D., Inc. " Rune." 625
  • Liverpool Water Supply, (389)
  • Livesay, E. H. Mechanical Stokers on Locomotives, 207
  • Lloyd. A. H., and H. H. Beeny. Cutting Fluids and the Machine Tool. 420
  • Lloyd's Register of Shipping. Quarter's Shipbuilding Returns, 76, 424; Wreck Returns, (41), (563): Wreck Statistics for 1937. 102: Statistical Tables, 153; Annual Report, 546
  • Lock, C. N. H., S. H. Bateman, and H. L. Nixon, Wind Tunnel Tests and Charts of Airscrews at Negative Thrust. 145
  • Lockyer, Norman, Observatory, Sidmouth. (92)
  • Loetschberg Mountain Railway, Twenty-fifth Anniversary, (67)
  • London Balloon Barrage. 269
  • London, Midland and Scottish Railway, Goole Docks Improvements, (13), 31: " Coronation Scot " to Tour America, (13); Strengthening Monsal Dale Viaduct, 57; Quarry Blasting Operation at Caldon Low, (93); Derby School of Transport. 118; Penrith and Keswick Line. (121); London-Birmingham Railway Centenary, (149). (253), 325. (Leading Article, 337), 551; Oakley Railway Disaster Report. 165; Scottish Committee. (201); Wagon Works Improvements, (201); All-steel Wagons, (227); Peak Forest Station Goods Train Derailment, (227); " Lion " Locomotive, 243; Conveyors at Holyhead, (253); Derby Staff College, (281); Experimental Oil-engined Train, (309); Winter Services, (335); Hopper Dredger " Foulney." (335); Station Alterations, (363); Evening Classes. (389); Haddon Tunnel Goods Train Mishap. (415); Staff Films, (415); An Inexcusable Strike. 445: North Union Railway Centenary, (471); Strengthening Unstone Viaduct, (501); Weaver Viaduct Reconstruction. 551; Appointments, (563). (682); Wigan Signalling Scheme. (563); Freight Services. (645); Transport, of Telephone Equipment. (645); New Bridge near Wembley, (657); New Station at 'West Allerton. (673); Highest Line to Close, (701); Shock - absorbing Wagons. (733)
  • London and North-Eastern Railway, Southend Line Colour Light Signals, (13); Castlecary Accident Report, 15; New " Flying Scotsman " Trains, 40; " Coronation " Train Speed Record, (41); (Leading Article, 44), 89, (264); Resignalling of Paragon Station. Hull. 49; An American Locomotive Bell, 57; Ivan " Atlantic " Locomotive No. 3279 Conversion, (67); " Pacific " Locomotive No. 4476 Millionth Mile, (67); Improvements at Frodingham and Scunthorpe, (93); Counter Pressure Brake Test of Locomotives, 142; Retirement of Mr. W. Whitelaw, 152; Excursion by Old " Flying Scotsmen," (175); Ipswich Locomotive Depot, (201); Automatic Train Control between Edinburgh and Glasgow. 212: Large Wagons. (253); Sir R. W. Matthew,. Appointed Chairman, 379; New " Hook Continental " Train, 420; Goods Train Derailment Near Nottingham, (471); Edit, burgh Signalling. (501); Shenfield Electrification. (533); Appointments. (533), (045) Hadfield " Era " Manganese Steel Junction at Newcastle-on-Tyne, 571 King's Cross Station Improrementa. (591); 1939 Programme. (591); Withdrawal of Trains, (645) New Wagons, (701); New Locomotives. (701)
  • London Passenger Transport Board, Moorgate Joint Station, 380; Annual Report, 489; Waterloo and City Railway, (533). (645); Uxbridge Station, 607
  • Lumsden Machine Tool Co., Ltd. Vertical Grinding Machine at Ferguson-Brown Tractor Works, 730
  • "Lutine " Salvage Attempt Abandoned, (309)
  • Lynde, G. G., Obituary, 152

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  • "RMS Queen Elizabeth" Cunard White Star Quadruple-screw Liner, John Brown and Co., Ltd., 189, 340 (Supplement, September 23rd, 1938), 351, 357, 390, 393
  • "RMS Queen Mary," Cunard White Star Liner, Mishap at Southampton, (149); New Atlantic Record, 165, 189; Staff Changes, (175); Hundredth Atlantic Crossing, (309); Docking Feat., (443)

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  • ULSTER Aircraft Works Extension, 189
  • Union Pacific Railway, Turbo-electric Locomotive, 400
  • United Insulator Co., Ltd., High-frequency Materials and Components, 570
  • United Shipyards, Inc., Sea-going Sewage Sludge Vessels, 586
  • Usinger, C., and A. Garras, Bog Blasting, 140 Uttoxeter Sewage Disposal Works, 450
  • Uxbridge Station, L.P.T.B. 607

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