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The Engineer 1941 Jan-Jun: Index

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The Engineer 1941 Jan-Jun: Index.
The Engineer 1941 Jan-Jun: Index.
The Engineer 1941 Jan-Jun: Index.
The Engineer 1941 Jan-Jun: Index.
The Engineer 1941 Jan-Jun: Index.
The Engineer 1941 Jan-Jun: Index.
The Engineer 1941 Jan-Jun: Index.
The Engineer 1941 Jan-Jun: Index.
The Engineer 1941 Jan-Jun: Index.
The Engineer 1941 Jan-Jun: Index.
The Engineer 1941 Jan-Jun: Index.
The Engineer 1941 Jan-Jun: Index.

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Note: There is an extended index at Volume 171 Index

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  • LACHINE Canal Bridge, C.N.R., (250)
  • Lamport and Holt Line, Ltd., Annual Meeting, 219
  • Leningrad Harbour, (360)
  • Letts, Charles, and Co., "Raid Spotters' Pocket Book," (234)
  • Leverhulmo Research Fellowships. (106)
  • "Liberator" Heavy Bomber, Consolidated Aircraft Corporation, 216
  • Lincoln Electric Co., Ltd., Welded Steel Frame Carillon, 200
  • Lithium Corporation of America, Developments, (250)
  • Livesay, E. H., Further Canadian Locomotive Experiences, Nos. I, II, and III, C.N.R.. "The Continental Limited," 172, 188, 252; Nos. IV, V, and VI, "The Dominion" Transcontinental, C.P.R., 346. 362, 378; Finance of American Railways, 49; The Southern Railway "Pacific," 354
  • Lloyd's Register of Shipping, American Surveys, 95; Scholarship, (122)
  • Lockheed "Hudson" Coastal Reconnaissance Aircraft, 9
  • Lockwood, L. P., Economic Production, 49
  • Londex, Ltd., High-speed Fire Alarm for Detecting Incendiary Bombs, 225
  • London Chamber of Commerce, Presidential Address, Sir G. O. Clarke, 345
  • London Electric Wire Co. and Smiths, Ltd., "Electrical Engineers' Companion," (307)
  • London, Midland and Scottish Railway, Crewe Station Loudspeakers, (72); Gretna Junction Accident, 73; Salvage Record, (154); Annual Meeting, 171; "Troop" Specials, (202); Paper Reclamation Scheme, (234) Splinterproof Glass, (234); Travelling Canteens, (250); Sir T. Royden Appointed. Chairman, 283; Oil-electric Shunting Locomotives, C. E. Fairburn, 326; The Action of the Haigh Fatigue Testing Machine, 350; "King George VI" Locomotive, (360)
  • London and North Eastern Railway, Greet North of England Lino Centenary, 21, (72) Collision near Brentwood, 107; New 2-6-2 Typo Engine, 144, (Letter. 164); Annual Meeting, 171; Bow Road Station, Closing. (266); Mr. E. Thompson Appointed C.M.E.. 283; Mr. W. H. Richards Appointed Chief Electrical Engineer, 283; Train Fire near Claypolo, (296); Suburban Services, (376): Reorganisation of C.M.E.'s Department, 377
  • London Passenger Transport Board, "Diesel-Line " Electric Locomotive, 309
  • Lorant and Co., Ltd., "Rindis " Rotary Filo, (138)
  • Loutrel, L. F., "Ferri-sul " Pickling Agent, (218)
  • Ludwigshafen-am-Rhein, R.A.F. Targets in Germany, 127

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  • PALMER. W., Steel v. Copper Fire-boxes, 370
  • Pan American Airways, Large Air Liners, (296)
  • Panama Canal. New Locks, (20); Traffic Statistics, (282)
  • Panama Contractors, Inc.. Combine, (424)
  • Paracale Tron Mines. Philippines, Production, (359)
  • Parsons, C. A., and Co., Ltd.Turbo-generators in 1940, 16; 50,000•kW Turbo-alternator for Bunnerong, 285, 299, 316
  • Parsons, R. H., McNaughted Engines. 66
  • "Pasteur," French Liner, 16 (Supplement. January 3rd, 1941)
  • Pennsylvania Iron Plantations, 118
  • Petersen Coil Design, Oerlikon Co., 68
  • Petsamo Nickel Mines. (344)
  • Pit River Bridge, California. (360)
  • Pohl, R., Flux Distribution and Armature Reaction in D.C. Interpole Machines, 83
  • Pollard, F., Obituary. (186)
  • Port Macquarie Power Station. Australia. (111)
  • Portland Shipyard. U.S.A., 398
  • Potomac Road Bridge. U.S.A., (170)
  • Prescott. Sir W., Canals in Wartime, 123
  • "Prince of Wales," H.M. Battleship, Cammell Laird and Co., Ltd., 287

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  • "QUEEN ELIZABETH," Cunard White Star Liner, 15 (Supplement, January 3rd, 1941); at Cape Town, 21
  • Queens Midtown Tunnel, New York, 7

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  • YELLOTT, J. I., and S. L. G. Knox, A New Steam Engine and Boiler, 197
  • Yongo Street Bridge, Canadian National Railways, (20)
  • Youghal Bridge, Cork, (218)
  • Yucatan Railways, (202)



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