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* ACCIDENT on the London and North-Western
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* Railway at Penmaenmawr, 77
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* Acetylene, 335
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* Acklam Furnaces, Compound Blowing Engines (Davy, Sheffield), 347
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* Aerial Ropeway for Cement Works at Northfleet, 244, 245
  
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Agricultural Show, Royal :
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* Cream Separators (Melotte Company, Bristol, and Pond and Son, Limited, Dorset), 835
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* Hop-Washing (Merryweather and Sons, London), 821
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* Hosacks Road Scarifier (Burrell, Limited, Thetford), 812
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* Steam Lurry (Mann and Charlesworth, Leeds), 13, 816
  
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* Air Pumps, Electrically Driven (Allen, Bedford), 12
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* Allen and Barker, Taunton, Oil Engine, 207
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* Allen, Sons, and Co., Limited, W. II., Bedford,
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* Electrically Driven Air Pumps, 312
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* Alloys, Photomicrographs, 146, 189, 191, 192, 193, 94, 223, 227, 257, 209, 260, 261, 264, 294, 95
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* Alloys, Research Instruments, 210, 211
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* America. See United States
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* "Amphitrite" Indicator Diagrams, H.M.S., 491, 22, 523
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* Arched Bridge, Niagara Falls and Clifton, 578, 84, 633, 634, 702, 703
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* Arched Bridges, Large-Span, 541, 584, 578
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* "Argonaut's" Trials, H.M.S. (Consumption of Auxiliary Engines), 392, 433
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* Armatures and their Manufacture, 369, 370, 384, 42, 443, 606, 607, 734, 735, 804, 803. See also Electric Generators
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* Armour-Plate Tests, Japanese Ship (Brown), 47
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* Armstrong, Whitworth, and Co., Japanese
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* Armoured Cruiser, 282
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* Armstrong, % hitworth, and Co., Russian IceBreaking Steamer "Errnack," 410, 411
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* Art Printing Machinery, 328, 329, 330, 362, 363, 66, 414, 415
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* Artillery. See Guns and Schneider
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* "Asama," Japanese Armoured Cruiser (Elswick), 82
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* Ashley's Deep-Well Pumps at Brighton, 140
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* Atbara River Bridge, 770, 771, 836, 837, 838, 839, 40
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* Atlantic Liner " Oceanic," 54, 55, 80. Ste 21
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* Automatic Stoker (Ransome and Rapier, Limited), 677
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* Automobiles. See Cars, Motor
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* Auxiliary Engines, Consumption ("Argonaut's" Trials), 392, 433
  
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* Balancing Engines. See also Connecting-Rod
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* Problem, 695, 696, 697
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* Balancing Engines, 531, 559
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* Baldwin Four-Cylinder Compound Locomotive
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* for Lehigh Valley Railway, 710
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* Ballast Tanks for Steambhips, 690
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* Barking Boiler Explosion, 85
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* Bars, Casting Iron Test, 545, 546, 547
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* Battleships. See Warships
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* Belgian State Railway Express Locomotive, 144, 45, 148
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* Eelleville Boilers of the French Steamer " Laos," 44
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* Bement. Miles, and Co., Philadelphia, 50-In.
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* Gun Lathe, 595
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* Bending, Punching, and Shearing Machine
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* (Striven), 707
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* Bessemer Steel Plant, 16
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* Blast-Furnace Plant, Lorain Works, Ohio, 4, 5, , 16
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* Blooming Mills, Lorain Steel Works, Ohio, 65, 8, 69
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* Blowing Engine, Compound, for Acklam Furnaces (Davy, Sheffield), 347
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* Blowing Engines (Sir Christopher Furness,
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* Westgarth, and Co., Limited), 11
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* Boiler Explosion, Barking, 85
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* Boiler Explosion at Eccles, 93
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* Boiler Flue Drilling Machine (Victor Coates and
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* Co., Belfast), 110
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* Boiler Scaling Hammer and Firebar Inserter,
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* Brown's, 527
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* Boiler-Tube Stopper, Thomson's, 719
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* Boiler, Water-Tube. See Water-Tube Boiler
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* Boilers, Belleville, of the French Steamer "Laos," 44
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* Book-Printing Machinery, 328, 329, 330, 362, 363, 66, 414, 415
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* Boring Machine, Four-Spindle, Electric Railway,
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* rig Machine,
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* * Peterhead, 766, 790
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* Breech Mechanism, 12-In. Breechloading Gun
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* (Vickers), 76
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* * Breech Mechanism (Schneider), 510, 511, 512, 76, 577, 610, 611, 635, 636, 637, 672, 673, 698, 99, 730, 731, 808, 809, 811
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* Bremen Fire Wrecks, 573
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* Bridge. See also Great Central Railway
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* Bridge, Atbara River, 770, 771, 836, 837, 838, 839, 40
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* Bridge Design and /Estheticism, 487, 688
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* Bridge, Niagara Falls and Clifton Arched, 578, 84, 633, 634, 702, 703
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* Bridge for Rossmore-Road, Marylebone Station,
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* Great Central Railway, 338, 339, 340
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* Bridge, Swing, over Harlem River, 256
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* Bridges, Large-Span Arched, 541, 578, 584, 633. 34, 702, 703
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* Bridqes in Metropolitan Section, Great Central
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* Railway, 338, 339, 340, 480, 481
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* Brighton Water Works, Ashley's Deep - Well
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* Pumps, 140
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* British Warships. See Warships
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* Brown Armour-Plate Tests, Japanese Battleship, 7
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* Brown's Boiler-Scaling Hammer and Firebar
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* Inserter, 527
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* Buffer and Draught Gear, White and Burke's
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* Central, 123
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* Buildings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 640, 641, 652
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* Buildings, Railway. See also Great Central
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* Railway
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* Bullivant and Co., Limited, Aerial Cableway, 44, 245
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* Burrell and Sons, Limited, Thetford, Hosack's
 +
* Road Scarifier, 812
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* * Cab Approach to Marylebone Station Platforms,
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* Great Central Railway, 338, 340
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* Cabs in Paris, Electric, 33, 234. See 269
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* Cable Survey Tools, Submarine, 35, 102, 103, 167, 51
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* Cableway, Aerial, for Cement Works at Northfleet, 244, 245
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* Calcium Carbide, 335
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* Calculated Indicated Horse-Power, 689
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* Caledonian Locomotive. See 144, 145, 148
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* Callendar's Recorder and Platinum Thermo
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* meter, 675, 676
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* Cameron, Mr. J., Salford. Double-Ended Punch1
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* ing and Shearing Machine, 850
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* Canadian Canal, A Great, 131
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* Canal, A Great Canadian, 134
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* Canal, Nicaragua, and the World's Routes, 201
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* Canals of Russia. See Russian Waterways
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* Cantilever Roof at Marylebone Station, Great
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* Central Railway, 279
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* Car Coupling, White and Burke's, 123
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* Car, Motor, Leitner Electric, 824
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* Car, Motor, Water-Tube Boiler for (Toward,
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* Newcastle), 497
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* Cars, Motor Electric Cabs in Paris, 233, 234.
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* See 269
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* Cars. See also Electril Cabs
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* Car, Railway, Equipment (Laycock, Sheffield), 0
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* Car, Steam Lurry (Mann and Charlesworth,
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* Leeds), 812, 816
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* Carriage Motors. See Cars, Motor
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* Carriage Sheds, Great Central Railway, 454
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* Carriage-Shed Roof at Neasden, Great Central
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* Railway), 6E0
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* Carriage Window, Hill's Railway, 393
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* Case System of Groynes, 111, 114
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* Cast Iron, Experiments in the Melting Point of, 25
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* Cast-Iron Test-Bars, 545, 646, 54"
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* Casting Bronze Guns, 1792 (Schneider), 136
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* Cement Works, Aerial Ropeway for, 244, 245
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* Central London Railway, Electric Passenger
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* Lifts, 274, 275, 304, 305, 306
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* Chambering a 24-Centimetre Gun (Schneider), 03
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* Chinese Torpedo-Boat Destroyer (Schichau), 106
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* Chuck, Positive Driving Drill, 230
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* Chucking Machine (Automatic) for Steam-Cock
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* Shells (Pratt and Whitney, Hardford, Conn.,
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* U.S.A.). 199
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* Circular Ring, Stresses in a, 324
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* Circular Saw Guards. See Saw Guards
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* Cito and Funck's Rail Lifter, 859
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* Clifton Arched Bridge, 578, 584, 633, 634, 702, 703
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* Clip or Collar for Railway Heating Pipes (Laycock), 200
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* Clutch, Friction (Croft and Perkins, Bradford), 59
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* Clydebank Shipbuilding Company, Russian
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* Volunteer T.-S.S. " Moskva," 626, 679
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* Coates and Co., Victor, Belfast, Boiler Flue
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* Drilling Machine, 110
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* Collisions, Railway. See Accidents
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* Columns for Goods Warehouse, Heavy, Great
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* Central Railway, 402, 903
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* * Compound Engine. See Engines
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* Condensers, Evaporative Surface, 596, 597, 660, 61, 662, 722, 723, 724, 861, 862, 863
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* Connecting-Rod Problem, 695, 696, 697
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* Contact Breaker, Electrolytic, 356, 818
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* Cooling Curves of Alloys, 209, 294, 295
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* Cooper and Wigzell's Deep-Sea Sounding Apparatus, 451
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* Copenhagen Harbour Electric Load Diagram, 159
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* Coupling, Laycock's Automatic Railway, 645
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* Coupling, White and Burke's Railway Oar, 123
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* Covered Way in Metropolitan Section at Central
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* Railway, 482
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* Cowan, Sheldon, and Co., Limited, Carlisle, 3-Ton Titan Crane, 488
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* Crane for Dumping Chill Cars, Lorain Steel
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* Works, 6
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* Crane, Electrically Driven Goliath (Royce), 742
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* Crane, Titan 33-Ton (Cowan, Sheldon, and Co.), 88
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* Cream Separators (Melotte Company, Bristol,
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* and Pond and Son, Limited, Dorset), 835
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* Croft and Perkins, Bradford, Friction Clutch, 59
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* Cromer, Case System of Groynes, 114
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* Crown Cream Separator (Pond and Son, Limited,
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* Dorset), 835
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* Cruisers. See Warships
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* Crystalline Structure of Iron and Steel, 189, 191, 92, 193, 194, 223, 227, 264. See 257, 259, 260, 61, 294, 295
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* Curves, Cooling, of Alloys, 210, 211, 294, 295
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* Curves of Ship Stability, 500
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* * Dams (Earthwork) Diagram for Calculating, 273
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* Danish Ship Trials as to Influence of Depth of
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* Water, Stopping, Starting, &c., 396
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* Davy Brothers, Limited, Sheffield, Furnace
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* Compound Blowing Engines, 347
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* De Reffye System of Guns (Schneider), 133
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* Diagram for Calculating Earthwork Quantities, 73
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* Diagram 8 of Metal Prices, 24, 156, 290, 462, 592,
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* * Diagram of Stresses in a Ring, 324
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* Diagrams, Indicator, of H.M.S. " Amphitrite," 91, 522, 523
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* Diagrams, Indicator, of H.M.S. " Argonaut," 433
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* Diagrams of Japan Railway Results, 473, 474
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* Diagrams of Speed of Torpedo-Boats at Various
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* Draughts, 396
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* Dick Process of Making Tubes by Extrusion, 13
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* Draught of Water and Speed of Ships, 396
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* Dredge-, Marine Bucket (Smulders, Rotterdam), 13, 814
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* Dredger Sand Pump, 789
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* Drill Chuck, Positive Driving, 230
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* Drilling Machine, Boiler Flue (Coates, Belfast), 10
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* Drilling and Tapping Machine, Radial (Russian
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* Company, Charkow), 503
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* Dubbs finft Co., Locomotive for London and
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* South-Western Railway, 772
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* Dunalastair Locomotive. See 144, 145, 148
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* Dynrchurch Shore with Case System of Groynes, 11, 114
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* Dynamometer, Transmission, 485
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* Dynamos. See Westinghouse Electric Works and
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* Electric Generators
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* * Earthwork Quantities, Diagrams for Calculating, 273
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* Electric Cabs in Paris, 233, 234. See 269
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* Electric Candle, Jablochkoff, 286
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* Electric Car, Leitner, 824
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* Electric 1:303 namos and Gas Engines, 345, 346
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* * Electric Generators : 50-Kilowatt 6-Pole Railway Generators, 100, 01
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* Core Losses in Electric Generators, 374
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* Curves of 250- Kilowatt 550-Volt Generator, 101
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* Diagram of Core Losses, 374
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* Lighting Generator, 10-Pole (Union Company,
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* Berlin), 42, 43, 46
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* Losses, Core, in Electric Generators, 374
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* Motor, Railway, Direct-Connected, 668, 669, 42, 843
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* Motors, Railway, Geared, 476, 477, 537, 538, 39, (40
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* Railway Generator, 250-Kilowatt 6-Pole, 100, 01
 +
* Railway Motor, Direct-Thnnected, 668, 669, 42, 843
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* Railway Motors, Geared, 476, 477, 537, 538, 539, 40
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* Tra-tion Motors, 374, 476, 477
 +
* Electric hoists for Central London Railway, 274, 75, 3(4, 305, 300
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* Electric Induction Ttlegraphy, Marconi's, 321, 22. See 94, 1257 126, 3567 717
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* * Electric Lighting Generator, 10-Pole (Union Company, Berlin), 42, 43, 4C
 +
* Electric Load Diagram at Docks, 159
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* Electric Motors, Dynamos, Ste. See Westinghouse Electric Works and Electric Generators
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* Electric Motors, Westinghouse, 606, 607
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* Electric Plant at Harbours, 159, 160
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* Electric Power Department (Schneider), 237
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* Electric Power Station, Glasgow Tramways, 397
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* Electric Productions. See Westinghouse Alectric
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* Works
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* Electric Railway Motor, Boring Machine, FourSpindle (Newton Works, Philadelphia), 157
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* Electric Recording Voltmeter, 230, 675, 676
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* Electric Riveter, 807
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* Electric Stations, Steam Mains for, 301
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* Electric Turbine Plant at Niagara, 92, 161, 129, 30
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* Electric Works, Westinghouse, 369, 370, 384, 442, 43, 506, 507, 606, 607, 734, 735, 804, 805
 +
* Electrical Recorder, Callendar's, 675, 676
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* Electrical Transformation, Method of, 758
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* Electrically Driven Air Pumps (Allen, Bedford), 12
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* Electrically Driven Goliath Crane (Royce), 742
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* Electro-Pneumatic Signalling, Westinghouse, 774, 75, 778, 787
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* Electrolytes, Incandescence, Refractory, 286, 24
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* Electrolytic Contact Breaker, Wehnelt, 356, 818
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* Elevator. See Hoist
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* Elliott's Recording Voltmeter, 230
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* Eltringham and Co., J. T., Tug "Salvo," 644
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* Embankments, Diagram for Calculating Quantities, 273
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* Engine, Blowing, Compound, for Acklam Furnaces (Davy, Sheffield), 347
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* Engine Connecting-Rod Problem, 695, 696, 697
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* Engine, Hop-Washing, 821
 +
* Engine, Oil, (Allen and Barker, Tauntcn), 207
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* Engine, Steam Roller, 812
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* Engine, Steam Fire, for London County Council
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* (Merryweather), 206
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* Engines, Auxiliary, Consumption Trials, 392, 433
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* Engines, Balancing, 531, 559. See 695
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* Engines, Blowing (Davy Brothers), 347
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* Engines, Blowing (Sir C. Furness, Westgarth,
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* and Co , Limited), 11
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* Engines of the French Steamer " Laos," 484
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* Engines, Gas (Westinghouse), 345, 346
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* Engines of the Japanese Torpedo-Boat Destroyer
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* " Akebono " (Yarrow), 847
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* Engines of the Royal Yacht (Humphrys, Tennant and Co.), 648
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* Engines of the Russian Volunteer Ship
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* " Moskva" (Clydebank Company), 674
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* Engines of the S.S. " Laos," 484
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* Engines, Triple-Expansion, of the S.S." Ultonia,"
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* (Sir C. Furness, Wesgarth, and Co.). 276
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* Engines, Wigzell's Triple Expansion, (Paul, Dumbarton), 580, 581
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* " Ermack," Russian Ice-Breaking Steamer (Armstrong, Whitworth, and Co.) 410, 411
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* Escher, Wyss, and Co., Zurich. Turbine at
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* Strensham Mill, Worcester, 706
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* Etheric Telegraphy, 94, 125, 126, 321, 322, 356, 17
 +
* Evaporative Surface Condensers, 596, 597, CCO, 61, 662, 722, 723, 734, 861, 862, 863
 +
* Exhibition, Paris, 52, 844, 846
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* Experiments on the Melting Point of Cast Iron, 25
 +
* Explosion. See also Boiler Explosions
 +
* Explosion at Toulon (Magazine), 666
 +
* Extrusion, Tube Making by, 13
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* * " Faroslawna," Steam Yacht (Schichau), 8, 9
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* Fay and Co., J. S., Cincinnati. Vertical Mortising Machine for Car Frames, 450
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* Field Gun, De Reify e System (Schneider), 133
 +
* Fire Engine, Steam, for London County Council
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* (Merry weather), 206
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* Fire Prevention Committee Testing Station, 191
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* Fire Wrecks in Hamburg and Bremen, 572, 573
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* Firebar Inserter, Crown's, 527
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* Flooring for Bridges and Warehouses, &c. Hob
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* son's, 338, 339, 418
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* Fluid Motion, Further Experiments as to, 29, 2C
 +
* Fog Horns at Sea, 1, 2, 106
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* Fraser's Evaporative Condenser, 660, C61, Chi 62
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* French Light Railways Locomotive and Station 2, 73, 74, 75
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* French Passenger Lccomotive (Schneider), 514 15, 518
 +
* Friction Clutch (Croft and rerkins, Bradford) 59
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* Furnace Blowing Engines (Compound) (Davy
 +
* Brothers, Limited), 347
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* Furnace, Sand-Drying, Great Central Railway, 04
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* * Furnaces, Lorain Steel Works, Ohio, 16, 65, 68, 9
 +
* Furnace, Tilting Open-Hearth, 014, 615
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* Furness, Westgarth, and Co., Limited, Blowing
 +
* Engines, 11
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* * Galton, The Late Sir Douglas (Portrait), 354
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* Gas Engine and Dynamo, Westinghouse, 801, 05
 +
* Gas Generators, Acetylene, 335
 +
* Gates for Lock, &c. See Russian Waterways
 +
* Gear, Worm-Cutting Machine, 89
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* Generators for Acetylene, 335
 +
* Generators, Electric. See Electric Generators
 +
* Generators, Westinghouse, 369, 370, 442, 443, 06, 607, 734, 735, g01, 805
 +
* Gland Packing, 555
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* Glasgow Tramway Power Station, 397
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* Glenfleld Company, Kilmarnock, Ashley's DeepWell Pumps, 140
 +
* "Glory," Floating out H.M.S. (Laird Brothers), 58
 +
* Glover, Leeds, Circular Saw Guards, 291
 +
* Gold Alloys, Micrography of, 146
 +
* Goliath Crane, Electrically Driven (Royce), 742
 +
* Goods Department at Marylebone, Great Central
 +
* Railway, 378, 380, 381, 402, 403, 418
 +
* Graphical Treatment of the Rough Inclined Plane, 99
 +
* * Great Central Hallway :
 +
* Bridge for Rossmore-road, Marylebone Station, 38, 339, 340
 +
* Bridges in Metropolitan Section; 338, 339, 340, 80, 481
 +
* Cab Approach to Marylebone Station Platforms, 338, 340
 +
* Cantilever Roof at Marylebone Station, 279
 +
* Carriage Shed, 454
 +
* Carriage Shed Roof at Neasden, 680
 +
* Columns for Goods Warehouse, Heavy, 402, 03
 +
* Covered Way in Metropolitan Section, 482
 +
* Flooring for Bridges and Warehouses, &c.,
 +
* Hobson's, 338, 339, 418
 +
* Furnace, Sand-Drying, 704
 +
* Goods Department at Marylebone, 378, 380, 81, 402, 403, 418
 +
* Hobson's Flooring for Bridges and Warehouses,
 +
* &c., 338, 339, 418
 +
* Locomotive Shed, 701
 +
* Lodge-road Bridge, 480
 +
* London Terminus, 165, 168, 208, 240, 241, 242, 48, 278, 279, 310, 316, 378, 380, 881, 402, 403, 18, 439, 454
 +
* Loudoun-road Bridge, 481
 +
* Map of Route, 165
 +
* Marylebone Passenger Station, 169, 208, 240, 41, 242, 248, 278, 310, 316, 312
 +
* Permanent Way, 168
 +
* Platform Roofs at Marylebone, 240, 241, 248, 78, 279, 342
 +
* Principals for Roofs. See Roofs
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* Regent's Canal Wharf, 439
 +
* Roof, Cantilever, at Marylebone Station, 279
 +
* Roof of Carriage Shed at Neasden, 680
 +
* Roof of Marylebone Station Platforms, &c., 40, 211, 248, 278, 279, 310, 316, 342
 +
* Roof, Umbrella, over Regent's Canal Wharf, 39
 +
* Rossmore-road Bridge, Marylebone Station, 38, 339, 310
 +
* Sand-Drying Furnace, 704
 +
* Screen "for End of Platform Roof, 278
 +
* Shed, Carriage, 454, 680
 +
* Shed, Locomotive, 704
 +
* Station Buildings at Marylebone, 208, 240, 241, 42, 248, 278, 279, 310, 316, 342
 +
* Tunnels in Metropolitan Section, 82
 +
* Umbrella Roof over Regent's Canal Wharf, 39
 +
* Warehouse, Goods, 378, 380, 402, 403, 418
 +
* Wharf at Regent's Canal, 439
 +
* Grinding Apparatus, Lathe Centre (F. J. Tiffin,
 +
* London), 313
 +
* Groynes, Case, System of, 111, 114
 +
* Guards for Circular Saws, 25, 291, 463
 +
* Gun Breech Mechanism, Vickers' Breechloading, 76
 +
* Gun Department (Schneider), 132
 +
* Gun Factory, General Views of North and South
 +
* Factories, Creusot (Schneider), 174, 180, 202, 03, 236, 237
 +
* Gun Factory, Havre, (Schneider), 270, 271, 308, 09, 343
 +
* Gun Factory, Plan (Schneider), 176
 +
* Gun Lathe, 50-In. (Bement, Miles, and Co.,
 +
* Philadelphia), 535
 +
* Gun,10-Centimetre, Naval, Mount and Shield
 +
* (Early Type) (Schneider), 375
 +
* Gun, 12-Centimetre, Naval, and Mount, 26
 +
* Calibre (1890) (Schneider), 377
 +
* Gun, 12-Centimetre, Naval, and Mounting, 43
 +
* Calibre (1890) (Schneider), 377
 +
* Gun, 12-Centimetre, Naval, and Mount (Early
 +
* Type) (Schneider), 376
 +
* Gun, 14-Centimetre, Naval, and Central Pivot
 +
* Mounting (Schneider), 377
 +
* Gun, 14 Centimetre, Naval, and Mounting
 +
* (Schneider), 406
 +
* Gun, 15 Centimetre, Naval, and Mountings
 +
* (Schneider), 407
 +
* Gun, 27-Centimetre, Naval, and Mount (Early
 +
* Type) (Schneider), 447
 +
* Gun, 32-Centimetre, Naval, and Mount (Early
 +
* Type) (Schneider), 447
 +
* Gun, 34-Centimetre, Naval, and Mount (Early
 +
* Type) (Schneider), 446
 +
* Gun,75-Centimetre, Naval, and Boat Carriage
 +
* (Early Type) (Schneider), 375
 +
* Gun, 138.6-Millimetre, Naval, and Muzzle, Pivot
 +
* Mounting (Early Type) Schneider), 376
 +
* Gun-Proving Grounds (Schneider), 341, 343, 350
 +
* Guns, Naval, Early Type (Schneider), 375, 876, 02, 403, 446, 447
 +
* * Hamburg Fire Wrecks, 573
 +
* Hammer for Scaling Boilers, Brown's, 527
 +
* Harbour Electric Halt, 159, 160
 +
* Harbour Sheds, 767
 +
* Harland and Wolff, T.S,-$. "Oceanic," 54, 65, 80.
 +
* $ge 121
 +
* * Harlem River Bridge, 256
 +
* Havre Artillery Shops, Plans (Schneider), 310. 43
 +
* Havre Gun Factory (Schneider), 270, 271, 308, 09, 343
 +
* Havre Gun Proving Grounds (Schneider), 341, 43, 350
 +
* Head, The Late Mr. Jeremiah (Portrait), 355
 +
* Hele-Shaw's Experiments on Stream Lines, i9, 30
 +
* H.M.S. " Amphitrite," Indicator Cards, 491, 622, 23
 +
* H.M S. "Argonaut," Trials of, 892, 433
 +
* H.M.S. " Glory," Floating Out (Laird, Birkenhead), 358
 +
* H.M.S. "Terrible," Boiler Circulation, 591
 +
* Hilles and Jones Company, Wilmington, Del.,
 +
* Heavy Plate Shearing Machine, 12
 +
* Hill's Railway Carriage Window, 393
 +
* Hobbing Machine, Heavy Worm Gear (Niles
 +
* Tool Works Company, Hamilton, Ohio), 89
 +
* Hobson's Flooring for Bridges and Warehouses,
 +
* &c., 338, 339, 418
 +
* Hoists, Passenger, for Central London Railway, 74, 275, 304, 305, 306
 +
* Hop Washing (Merryweather and Sons, London), 21
 +
* Horseless Carriage. See Cars, Motors
 +
* Hosacks Road Scarifler (Burrell, Limited, Thetford), 813
 +
* Humphrys, Tennant, and Co., Engines of the
 +
* Royal Yacht, 648
 +
* Hydro-Electric Turbine at Niagara, 92, 129, 130, 61
 +
* * Ice-Breaking Steamer " Ennack ," (Russian),
 +
* . Armstrong, Whitworth, and Co., 410, 411
 +
* Incandescence of Refractory Electrolytes, 286, 24
 +
* Inclined Plane, Graphical Treatment of the
 +
* Rough, 499
 +
* Indicated Horse-Power Calculated, 689
 +
* Indicator Diagrams of H.M.S.*" Argonaut," 433
 +
* Institution of Mechanical Engineers, New HousE
 +
* of, 640, 641, 652
 +
* Interrupter, Wehnelt's Electrolytic, 356, 818
 +
* Iron, Crystalline Structure, 189, 191, 192, 193, 94, 223, 227, 264. See 257, 259, 260, 294, 295.
 +
* See also Micrography
 +
* Iron and Steel Stresses, Thermal Analysis of, 565
 +
* Iron Works, Lorain, Ohio, 4, 5, 6, 16, 65, 68, 69
 +
* * Jablochkoff Electric Candle, 286, 424
 +
* Japan Railways, 473, 474
 +
* Japanese Armoured Cruiser " Asama " (Elswick), 82
 +
* Japanese Battleship " Asahi," Armour Tests
 +
* (Brown), 47
 +
* Johnson and Phillips' Sounding Apparatus, 102
 +
* Joints of Steam Mains, 486
 +
* * Kirkaldy's Evaporative Surface Condenser, 723.
 +
* See also 596
 +
* * Laird Brothers, Birkenhead, H.M.S. " Glory," 58
 +
* Laird, The Late Mr. William, 188
 +
* Lamps, Incandescent Refractory Electrolytes, 86, 424
 +
* Land and Naval Guns, 1702 (Schneider), 136, 137.
 +
* See also Schneider
 +
* " Laos," Messageries Maritimes Steamer, 413, 84, 542, 543, 544, 550
 +
* Lathe Centre Grinding Apparatus (F. J. Tiffin,
 +
* London), 313
 +
* Lathe, 50-In. Gun (Bement, Miles, and Co., Philadelphia), 535
 +
* Lathe Milling Attachment (J. Smart and Co.,
 +
* Erith), 298
 +
* Lathe and Rifling Machine-Shop (Schneider), 174
 +
* Launching Arrangement, Phorson's Ship, 121
 +
* Launching Arrangement of T.-S.S. " Oceanic," 4, 55, 80. See 121.
 +
* Laycock's Automatic Railway Coupling, 645
 +
* Laycock's, Mr. W. S., Victoria Works, Sheffield, 99, 214
 +
* Ledward's Evaporative Condenser, 660, 862
 +
* Leitner Electric Car, 824
 +
* Lifts, Passenger, for Central London Railway, 74, 275, 304, 306, 306
 +
* Light Railway Locomotive and Station, French, 2, 73, 74, 75
 +
* Locks. See Russian Waterways
 +
* Locomotive for Belgian State Railways, Express, 44, 145; 148
 +
* Locomotive, Caledonian Company's, " Dunalastair." See 144, 145, 148
 +
* Locomotive, Four-Cylinder Compound, for Lehigh Valley Railway (Baldwin), 713
 +
* Locomotive, French Passenger (Schneider), 514, 15, 518
 +
* Locomotive, with Cross Water Tubes, London
 +
* and South-Western Railway, 772
 +
* Locomotive, " Mogul," for New York Central
 +
* (Schenectady), 177
 +
* Locomotive, Narrow-Gauge, for Mexico (Schenectady), 50
 +
* Locomotive, Peru, 689
 +
* Locomotive Shed, Great Central Railway, 701
 +
* Locomotives and Stations, Narrow-Gauge
 +
* French, 72, 73, 74, 75
 +
* Locomotives, Stability of Tank, 122
 +
* Lodge-road Bridge, Great Central Railway, 480
 +
* London and South-Western Railway Locomotive, 72
 +
* London Terminus, Great Central Railway, 105, 68, 208, 240, 241, 242, 248, 278, 279, 310, 816, 78, 380, 381, 402, 403, 418, 439, 451
 +
* London Testing Station for Fire-Resisting
 +
* Material, 141
 +
* Longitudinal Section, 15-Centimetre (5.905 In.)
 +
* Quick-Firing Gun (Schneider), 483
 +
* Lorain Steel Company's Works, Ohio, 4, 5, 6, 16, 5, 68, 69
 +
* Loudoun-road Bridge, Great Central Railway, 481
 +
* Lucas' Hand Sounder for Shallow Water, 103
 +
* Lucas' Steam Sounder for Deep Water, 103
 +
* Lurry, Steam, Mann and Charlesworth, Leeds, 12, 816
 +
* Lyster's Sand-Pump Dredger, 789
 +
* * Machine-Shop Interiors, Gun Factory, Creusot
 +
* (Schneider), 174, 180, 202? 203, 236, 237
 +
* 1114'11We TIMIS. See also Works.
 +
* Boiler Flue Drilling Machine (Victor Coates
 +
* and Co., Belfast), 110
 +
* Chucking Machine (Automatic) for SteamCock Shells (Pratt and Whitney, Hartford,
 +
* Conn., U.S.A.), 199
 +
* Drill Chuck, Positive Driving (Pratt Chuck
 +
* Company, Frank fort, N.Y.,) 230 .
 +
* Electric Railway Motor Boring Machine, FourSpindle (Newton Works, Philadelphia), 167
 +
* Gun Lathe, 50-In. (Bement, Miles, and Co.),
 +
* Philadelphia, 535
 +
* Hobbing Machine, Heavy Worm Gear (Niles
 +
* Tool Works Company, Hamilton, Ohio), 89
 +
* Lathe Centre Grinding Apparatus (F. J. Tiffin,
 +
* London), 313
 +
* Lathe Millino•° Attachment (J. Smart and Co.,
 +
* Erith), 298
 +
* Mortising Machine for Car Frames, Vertical
 +
* (J. S. Fay and Co. Cincinnati), 450
 +
* Plate Shearing Machine, Heavy (Hilles and
 +
* Jones Company, Wilmington, Del), 12
 +
* Punching and Shearing Machine (Mr. John
 +
* Cameron, Salford,) 850
 +
* Radial Drilling and Tapping Machine (Russian Company, Charkow), 503
 +
* Shearing, Bending, and Punching Machine (Scriven and Co., Leeds), 707
 +
* Magazine Explosion at Toulon, 665
 +
* Magnetic Space Telegraphy, 94, 125, 120, 321, 22, 356
 +
* Magnetic Testing Apparatus, 628, 629
 +
* Malleable Iron Clip or Collar (Laycock), 200
 +
* Manchester Ship Canal Sheds, 767
 +
* Mann and Charlesworth, Leeds, Steam Lurry, 12, 816
 +
* Manoeuvring of Warships, Curves, 396
 +
* Map of Great Central Railway Route, 165
 +
* Map of Japan Railways, 473
 +
* Map of World's Routes as Affected by Nicaragua Canal, 201
 +
* Maps of Russia, 38, 39, 172
 +
* Marconi's Wireless Telegraphy, 321, 322. See 94, 25, 126, 356, 717
 +
* Marylebone Passenger Station, Great Central
 +
* Railway, 169, 208, 240, 241, 242, 248, 278, 279, 10, 316, 342
 +
* Measuring Feed and Steam Consumption, H.M.S.
 +
* " Argonaut," 392, 433
 +
* Mechanical Engineers, New House of Institution of, 640, 641, 652
 +
* Melotte Company's Cream Separator, 835
 +
* Melting Point of Cast Iron, Experiments in the, 25
 +
* Merryweather and Sons, Hop-Washing Apparatus, 821
 +
* Merryweather and Sons, Limited, Steam Fire
 +
* Engine for London County Council, 206
 +
* Messageries Maritimes Steamer " Laos," 413, 484, 42, 543, 644, 550
 +
* Metal Price Diagram, 24, 156, 290, 462, 592, 718
 +
* Metropolitan. See London
 +
* Mexican Interoceanic Railway Locomotive, 50
 +
* Micrographs of Alloys, 257, 259, 260, 261, 294, 95
 +
* Micrography of Gold Alloys, 146
 +
* Micrography of Iron and Steel, 189, 191, 192, 93, 194, 223, 227, 264
 +
* Mill Turbine (Escher, Wyss, and Co.), 706
 +
* Milling Attachment:Lathe (J. Smart and Co.,
 +
* Erith), 298
 +
* Mineral Wagons, 738, 739
 +
* Mint, Royal, Recording Apparatus, 209
 +
* Mitrailleus0, De Reffye System (Schneider), 133
 +
* Mixing and Weighing Ore, Lorain Works, Ohio, 6
 +
* " Mogul" Locomotive for New York Central
 +
* (Schenectady), 177
 +
* Mortising Machine for Car Frames, Vertical
 +
* (J. S. Fay and Co., Cincinnati), 450
 +
* " Moskva," Steamer for Russian Volunteer
 +
* Fleet (Clydebank), 626, 674
 +
* Motion of Fluids, Experiments as to, 29, 30
 +
* Motor Cars. See Cars, Motor
 +
* Motor, Westinghouse Railway, 606, 607
 +
* Motors, Electric. See Westinghouse Electric
 +
* Works and Electric Generators
 +
* Mountings for Guns. See also Schneider
 +
* * Narrow Gauge Locomotive, and Station, 72, 73, 4, 75
 +
* Naval Guns, Earlier Types of (Schneider), 375, 76, 402, 446, 447
 +
* Naval and Land Guns. See Schneider
 +
* Naval Ships. See 1Varships
 +
* Nernst Lamp, 286. See 424
 +
* Newspaper Printing Machinery, 328, 329, 330, 62, 363, 366, 414, 415
 +
* Newton Machine Tool Works, Philadelphia, FourSpindle Electric Railway Motor Boring Machine, 157
 +
* Niagara Falls and Clifton Arched Bridge, 541, 78, 684, 633, 634, 702, 703
 +
* Niagara Hydro-Electric Power Plant, 92, 129, 30, 161
 +
* Nicaragua Canal and the World's Routes, 201
 +
* Niles Tool Works Company, Hamilton, Ohio
 +
* Heavy Worm-Gear Hobbing Machine, 89
 +
* Nile Bridge, Atbara, 770, 771, 836, 837, 838, 839, 40
 +
* * " Oceanic)," White Star Liner, 54, 55, 80. See 121
 +
* Oil Engines. See Engines
 +
* Open-Hearth Furnaces, Tilting, 614, 615
 +
* Ordnance. See Guns and Schneider
 +
* Ordnance and Fortification Department (Schneider), 138
 +
* Ore Mixing and Weighing Machine, Lorain,
 +
* Ohio,
 +
* * Packing, Compensating Split, 555
 +
* Packing Ring, Piston, 525
 +
* Paddle Engines. See Engines
 +
* Paris, Electric Cabs in, 233, 234. See 209
 +
* Paris Exhibition Plan, 52
 +
* Paris Exhibition, Civil Engineering and Trans.
 +
* portation Building, 844, 846
 +
* Paul and Co., M.7 Dumbarton, Wlgzell'H
 +
* Expansion Engines, 680, 681
 +
* Pencoyd Iron Works, Athara River Bridge, 7Th, 71, 836, 837, 838, 839, 840
 +
* Penmaenmawr Bank Collapse and Train Wreck, 7
 +
* * Permanent Way, Great Central Railway, HS
 +
* Peru Locomotive, 689
 +
* Peterhead Breakwater, 700, 790
 +
* Petroleum Engines. See Engines
 +
* Phorson's Ship-Launching Arrangement, 121
 +
* Photo-Micrographs of Alloys. See Micrography
 +
* Pile-Driven Groyne at Rossbegh, 114
 +
* Pile-Sinking with the Water Jet, 065
 +
* Pipes, Steam, 409, 406, 467
 +
* Pipes, Steam, for Electric Stations, 301
 +
* Piston Packing Ring, 625
 +
* Plane, Graphical Treatment of the Rough Inclined, 499
 +
* Plate-Shearing Machine, Heavy (Hilles and Jones
 +
* Company, Wilmington, Del.), 12
 +
* Platform Roofs at Marylebone, Great Central
 +
* Railway, 240, 241, 248, 278, 279, 342
 +
* Platinum Thermometer, Callendar's Recorder
 +
* and, 075, 670
 +
* Pneumatic - Electric Signalling, Westinghouse, 74, 775, 778, 787
 +
* Pond and Son, Limited, Blandford, Dorset,
 +
* Crown Cream Separator, 835
 +
* Portrait-The Late Sir Douglas Galton, 354
 +
* Portrait-The Late Mr. Jeremiah Head, 355
 +
* Portrait -The Late Mr. William Laird, 188
 +
* Portrait-Sir William H. White, K.C.B., 509
 +
* Pratt Chuck Company, Frankfort, N.Y., Positive Driving Drill Chuck, 230
 +
* Pratt and Whitney, Hartford, Conn., Automatic
 +
* Chucking Machine for Steam-Cock Shells, 199.
 +
* See 214
 +
* Principals for Roofs. See Roofs
 +
* Printing Machinery, Typographical, 328, 329, 30, 362, 363, 366, 414, 415
 +
* Proving Grounds, Gun, (Schneider), 341, 343, 350
 +
* Pulley Wheel Rims, Strength of, 10
 +
* Pumps, Air, Electrically Driven (Allen, Bedford), 312
 +
* Pumps, Ashley's Deep Well, 140
 +
* Punching, Bending, and Shearing Machine
 +
* (Striven), 707
 +
* Punching and Shearing Machine, Double-Ended
 +
* (Cameron, Salford), 850
 +
* * Quadruple-Expansion Engines. See Engines
 +
* Queen's Yacht, New, 618, 622, 648
 +
* Quick-Firing Gun and Breech Mechanism
 +
* (Schneider), 510, 511, 612, 576, 577, 610, 611, 35, 636, 637, 072, 673, 698, 099, 730, 731, 808, 09, 811
 +
* * Radial Drilling and Tapping Machine (Russian
 +
* Company, Charkow), 503
 +
* Rail Lifter, Cito and Funck's, 859
 +
* Rail Straightening Machine, 69
 +
* Railway. See also Great Central Railway
 +
* Railway Accidents. See Accident
 +
* Railway Bridges. See Bridges
 +
* Railway Buffer Gear, White and Burke's Central
 +
* Draught and, 123
 +
* Railway Car Equipment (Laycock, Sheffield), 200
 +
* Railway Carriage Window, Hill's, 393
 +
* Railway Coupling, Laycock's Automatic, 645
 +
* Railway Generators and Motors. See also
 +
* Electric Generators
 +
* Railway Generators, Westinghouse, 369, 370, 06, 607, 734, 735, 804, 805
 +
* Railway, Light, Locomotive and Station for
 +
* French, 72, 73, 74, 75
 +
* Railway Motor Boring Machine, Four-Spindle
 +
* Electric, 157
 +
* Railway Mineral Wagons, 738, 739
 +
* Railway Signalling, Westinghouse Electro-Pneumatic, 774, 775, 778, 787
 +
* Railway Station, 73. See also Great Central
 +
* Railway
 +
* Railways, Electric. See Electric Generators and
 +
* Westinghouse
 +
* Railways in Japan, 473, 474
 +
* Ranges, (Schneider), 341, 343, 350
 +
* Ransome and Rapier, Automatic Stoker, 677
 +
* Recorder (Callendar's) and Platinum Thermometer, 675, 676
 +
* Regent's Canal Wharf, Great Central Railway, 39
 +
* Rifling a 24-Centimetre Gun (Schneider), 174
 +
* Rims of Wheels, Strength of, 10
 +
* Ring, Stresses in a, 324
 +
* Rivers of Russia. See Russian Waterways
 +
* Riveter, Electric, 807
 +
* Riveting Machines on T.-S.S. Oceanic," 54, 55
 +
* Road Scarifier (Burrell and Sons, Limited, Thetford), 812
 +
* Rolling Mills, Lorain Steel Works, Ohio, 65, 08, 9
 +
* Roof, Cantilever, at Marylebone Station, Great
 +
* Central Railway, 279
 +
* Roof of Carriage Shed at Neasden, Great Central Railway, 680
 +
* Roof of Exhibition Buildings, Paris, 844, 846
 +
* Roof of Marylebone Station, Platforms, &c.,
 +
* Great Central Railway, 240, 241, 248, 278, 279, 10, 316, 342
 +
* Roof, Umbrella, over Regent's Canal Wharf,
 +
* Great Central Railway, 439
 +
* Ropeway, Aerial, for Cement Works, 244, 246
 +
* Rossbegh, Case System of Groynes at, 114
 +
* Rossmore Road Bridge, Marylebone Station, 338, 39, 840
 +
* Row Evaporative Surface Condenser, 724. See
 +
* also 696
 +
* Rowan's Electric Riveter, 807
 +
* Royal Mint Recording Apparatus, 209
 +
* Royal Yacht, The New, 618, 022, 648
 +
* Royce and Co., J. II., Electrically Driven Goliath
 +
* Crane, 472
 +
* Royle, Mr. John J., Steam Trap for Very High
 +
* Pressures, 719
 +
* * RIII4Mill• Waterways of :
 +
* Beresina River to Tchashniki Canal, Map, 727
 +
* Boom, Karitski's Spring, 173
 +
* Canal, Maria, 372
 +
* Canal between Rivers Shoksna and Soukhona, 9
 +
* Dams, Drawdoor, &c., for, 37
 +
* Gates for Canals and Locks, &c., 37, 267
 +
* Gates, Timber Lock, 267, 373
 +
* Karitski's Spring Boom, 173
 +
* Lock Gates, Timber, 267, 373
 +
* bock§ for Canals, &o., 871 267
 +
* * Russia, Waterways of-continued.
 +
* Maps, 38, 39, 172, 372
 +
* Maria Canal Route Map, 372
 +
* Mattresses for Weirs, &c., 39
 +
* Oginski Route for Slonim Town to Pina River, 27
 +
* Tchashniki Canal, Routes to, 727
 +
* Tikhvinka Canalised, 268
 +
* Tikvhinki Route, Map of, 268
 +
* Timber, Canal, &c., Looks and Weirs, 37, 67
 +
* Timber Lock Gates, 267, 373
 +
* Vishni Volotchok Route, 173
 +
* Weir, Drawdoor for, 37
 +
* Weir, Foundation Mattresses, 39
 +
* Russia, Maps of, 38, 39, 172
 +
* Russian Company, Charkow, Radial Drilling and
 +
* Tapping Machine, 503
 +
* Russian Ice-Breaking Steamer " Ermack" (Armstrong, Whitworth, and Co., Limited, 410, 11
 +
* Russian Volunteer Fleet, S.S. " Moskva " (Clyde
 +
* bank), 626, 674
 +
* * St. Lawrence to United States Lakes Canal, 34
 +
* " Salvo," Twin-Screw Tug (Eltringham and Co.), 44
 +
* Sand-Drying Furnace, Great Central Railway, 04
 +
* Sand-Pump Dredger, 789
 +
* Saw Guard at Crewe Works, 463
 +
* Saw Guard, Scott's Circular, 25
 +
* Saw Guards (Glover, Leeds), 291
 +
* Scarifier, Road (Burrell and Sons, Limited, Thetford), 812
 +
* Schenectady "Mogul " Locomotive for New York,
 +
* Central, 177
 +
* Schenectady Narrow-Gauge Locomotive for
 +
* Mexico, 52
 +
* Schichau, Elbing, Steam Yacht " Faroslawna," , 9
 +
* Schichau, Mr. F., Torpedo-Boat Destroyers for
 +
* China, 106
 +
* * Schneider and Co.'s Works, Creusot : 0-Centimetre Gun, Naval Mount and Shield
 +
* (Early Type), 376 2-Centimetre Naval Gun and Mount (Early
 +
* Type), 376 2-Centimetre Naval Gun and Mount, 26-Calibre
 +
* (1890), 377 2-Centimetre Naval Gun and Mounting, 43Calibre (1890), 377 4-Centimetre Naval Gun and Central Pivot
 +
* Mounting, 377 4-Centimetre Naval Gun and Mounting, 406 5-Centimetre Naval Gun and Mounting, 407 7-Centimetre Naval Gun and Mount (Early
 +
* Type), 447 2-Centimetre Naval Gun and Mount (Early
 +
* Type), 447 4-Centimetre Naval Gun and Mount (Early
 +
* Type), 446 5-Millimetre Naval Gun and Boat Carriage
 +
* (Early Type), 375 38.6-Millimetre Naval Gun and Muzzle Pivot
 +
* Mounting (Early Type), 376
 +
* Breech Mechanism, 510, 511, 512, 576, 577, 610, 11, 635, 636, 637, 672, 673, 698, 699, 730, 731, 08, 809, 811
 +
* Casting Bronze Guns, 1792, 136
 +
* Chambering a 24-Centimetre Gun, 203
 +
* De Reffye System of Guns, 133
 +
* Electric Power Department, 237
 +
* Field Gun, De Reffye System, 133
 +
* French Passenger Locomotive, 514, 515, 518
 +
* Gun Department, 133
 +
* Gun Factory, General Views of North and
 +
* South Factories, Creusot, 174, 180, 202, 203, 36, 237
 +
* Gun Factory, Havre, 270, 271, 308, 309, 343
 +
* Gun Factory, Plan, 176
 +
* Guns, Naval, Early Types, 376, 376, 402, 403, 46, 447
 +
* Gun-Proving Grounds, 341, 343, 350
 +
* Havre Artillery Shops, Plans, 310, 313
 +
* Havre Gun Factory, 270, 271, 308, 309, 343
 +
* Havre Gun-Proving Grounds, 341, 343, 350
 +
* Land and Naval Guns, 1792, 136, 137
 +
* Lathe and Rifling Machine-Shop, 174
 +
* * Schneider and Co.'s Works-continued.
 +
* Longitudinal Section 15-Centimetre (5.905-In.)
 +
* Quick-Firing Gun, 483
 +
* Machine-Shop Interiors, Gun Factory, Creusot, 174, 180, 202, 203, 236, 237
 +
* Mitrailleuse, De Reffye System, 133
 +
* Mountings for Naval Guns, 375, 376, 402, 403, 46, 447
 +
* Naval Guns, Earlier Types of, 375, 376, 402, 46, 447
 +
* Naval and Land Guns, 1792, 136, 137
 +
* Ordnance and Fortification Department, 133
 +
* Proving Grounds, 341, 343, 350
 +
* Quick-Firing Gun Breech Mechanism, 510, 11, 512, 576, 577, 610, 611, 635, 636, 637, 672, 73, 698, 699, 730, 731, 808, 809, 811
 +
* Rifling a 24-Centimetre Gun, 174
 +
* Turret Erecting Shop, Marine, 236
 +
* Villedieu Proving Ground, Creusot, 341, 343, 50
 +
* Scott's Circular Saw Guard, 25
 +
* Screen for End of Platform Roof, Great Central
 +
* Railway, 278
 +
* Screw Engines. See Engines
 +
* Scriven and Co., Leeds, Shearing, Bending, and
 +
* Punching Machine, 707
 +
* Sea-Coast Groynes, Case System, 111, 114
 +
* Sea, Sound Signalling at, 1, 2, 106
 +
* Sea Sounding Machines, 102, 103, 451
 +
* Self-Propelled Vehicle. See Car, Motor
 +
* Shaw, Professor Hele. See Hele-Shaw
 +
* Shearing, Bending, and Punching Machine
 +
* (Scriven and Co., Leeds), 707
 +
* Shearing and Punching Machine, Double-Ended
 +
* (Cameron, Salford), 850
 +
* Shearing Machine, Heavy Plate (Hilles and Jones
 +
* Company, Wilmington, Del.), 12
 +
* Shed Carriage, Great Central Railway, 454
 +
* Shed Locomotive, Great Central Railway, 704
 +
* Sheds at the Manchester Ship Canal, 767
 +
* Ship-Launching Arrangements, 54, 121
 +
* Ship Stability Curves, 500
 +
* Ships, Stresses on, 430, 431
 +
* Signalling at Sea, Sound, 1, 2, 106
 +
* Signalling, Westinghouse Electro - Pneumatic
 +
* Railway, 774, 775, 778, 787
 +
* Sigsbee Sounding Machine for Submarine Survey, 102
 +
* Silvertown Steel Wire Deep-Sea Sounding Machine, 102, 103
 +
* Sinkers for Submarine Work, 35. See 167
 +
* Sinking Piles with the Water Jet, 665
 +
* Smart and Co., J., Erith, Lathe Milling Attachment, 298
 +
* Smulders, Rotterdam, Marine Bucket Dredger, 13, 814
 +
* Sound Signalling at Sea, 1, 2, 106
 +
* Sounding Machines for Submarine Survey, 102, 03, 451
 +
* Sounding Tubes with Detachable Weights for
 +
* Submarine Work, 35, 167
 +
* Soundings, Flying, for Submarine Survey, 167
 +
* Southampton Harbour Electric Load, 160
 +
* Speed Effects due to Draught, 396
 +
* Split Packing, Compensating, 555
 +
* Sprague Electric Company's Lifts for Central,
 +
* London Railway, 274, 275, 304, 305, 306
 +
* Stability Curves, Ship, 500
 +
* Stability of Tank Engines, 122
 +
* Station Buildings at Marylebone, Great Central
 +
* Railway, 208, 240, 241, 242, 248, 278, 279, 310, 16, 342
 +
* Stations, Light Railways, in France, 73, 75
 +
* Steam Fire Engine for London County Council
 +
* (Merryweather), 206
 +
* Steam Lurry (Mann and Charlesworth, Leeds), 13, 816
 +
* Steam Main Connections, 486
 +
* Steam Mains for Electric Stations, 301
 +
* Steam Pipes, 409, 466, 467
 +
* Steam Pump (Merryweather), 821
 +
* Steam Traps for Very High Pressures, 719
 +
* Steam Yacht " Faroslawna" (Schichau), 8, 9
 +
* Steamer, Ice-Breaking, " Ermack " (Russian),
 +
* Armstrong, Whitworth, and Co., 410, 411
 +
* Steamer " Laos," Messageries Maritimes, 413, 84, 542, 543, 544, 550
 +
* Steamer " Moskva" for Russian Volunteer Fleet
 +
* (Clydebank), 626, 674
 +
* Steamers, Steam Pipes, 466, 467. See 409
 +
* Steamship, Oceanic, 54, 55, 80. See 121
 +
* * Steamships, Ballast Tank for, 690
 +
* Steel, Crystalline Structure, 189, 191, 192, 193, 94, 223, 227, 264, 294. See 257
 +
* Steel Furnaces, Tilting Open-Hearth, 614, 615
 +
* Steel and Iron Stresses, Thermal Analysis of, 65
 +
* Steel Works, Lorain, Ohio, 4, 5, 6, 16, 65, 68, 69
 +
* Stern Frame and Shaft Brackets, T.-S.S.
 +
* " Oceanic," 54, 55. See 80, 121
 +
* Stoker, Automatic (Ransome and Rapier,
 +
* Limited), 677
 +
* Stopping Curves of Ships, 396
 +
* Stream Lines, Further Experiments as to, 29, 30
 +
* Strength of Wheel Rims, 10
 +
* Stresses in a Circular Ring, 324
 +
* Stresses on Ships, 430, 431
 +
* Stresses, Thermal Analysis of, 565
 +
* Submarine Surveying Instruments, 35, 102, 103, 67, 451
 +
* Surface Condensers, Evaporative, 596, 597, 660, 61, 662, 722, 723, 724, 861, 862, 863
 +
* Survey, Submarine, 35, 102, 103, 167, 451
 +
* Swing Bridge over Harlem River, 256
 +
* * Tank Engines, Stability of, 122
 +
* Tapping and Drilling Machine, Radial (Russian
 +
* Company, Charkow), 603
 +
* Telegraphy, Magnetic Space, 94, 125, 126, 321, 22, 356, 717
 +
* Telegraphy, Wireless, 717. See Marconi
 +
* Test Bars, Cast Iron, 545, 546, 547
 +
* Testing Station for Fire-Resisting Material, 141
 +
* Theisen Evaporative .Condenser, 661. Sec also 96
 +
* Thermal Analysis of Stresses, 565
 +
* Thermometer (Platinum) Callendar's Recorder
 +
* and, 676, 676
 +
* Thomson's Boiler-Tube Stopper, 719
 +
* Tilting Open-Hearth Furnaces, 614, 615
 +
* Timber Locks. See Russian Waterways
 +
* Titan Crane, 33-Ton (Cowan, Sheldon, and Co.), 88
 +
* Torpedo-Boat Destroyers. See Warships
 +
* Torpedo-Boats. See Warships
 +
* Toulon Explosion (Magazines), 665
 +
* Toward, T., and Co., Newcastle, Water-Tube
 +
* Boiler for Motor Car, 497 Traction, Electric. See Electric Generators and
 +
* Westinghouse
 +
* Train Wrecked by Bank being Washed Away, 77
 +
* Tramway Power Station, Glasgow, 397
 +
* Tramways, Electric. See Electric Generators
 +
* and Westinghouse
 +
* Transit Sheds at the Manchester Ship Canal, 767
 +
* Transmission Dynamometer, 485
 +
* Transmission of Power by High Voltage, 250
 +
* Transportation of Minerals by Rail, 738, 739
 +
* Trials of Auxiliary Machinery on Warships, 392, 33
 +
* Trials of Danish Warships, 396
 +
* Triple-Expansion. See Engine
 +
* Tube Making by Extrusion, 13
 +
* Tubes, Sounding, for Submarine Work, 35, 167
 +
* Tube Stopper, Thomson's Boiler, 719
 +
* Tug, T.-S.S. " Salvo " (Eltringham), 644
 +
* Tunnels in Metropolitan Section, Great Central
 +
* Railway, 482
 +
* Turbine at Niagara, 92, 161, 129, 130
 +
* Turbine at Strensham Mills, Worcester (Escher,
 +
* Wyss, and Co.), 706
 +
* Turret Erecting Shop, Marine (Schneider), 236
 +
* Twin-Screw Engines. See Engines
 +
* Twinberrow's Railway Wagons, 738, 739
 +
* Typographical Printing Machinery, 328, 329, 330, 62, 363, 366, 414, 415
 +
* * " Ultonia," Engines of the S.S. (Sir C. Furness,
 +
* Westgarth, and Co.), 276
 +
* Umbrella Roof over Regent's Canal Wharf, Great
 +
* Central Railway, 439
 +
* Union Elektricitats-Gesellscha ft, Berlin, 10-Pole
 +
* Electric Generator, 42, 43, 46
 +
* United States Lakes to St. Lawrence Canal, 134
 +
* United States Machine Tools at Laycock's Victorii Works, Sheffield, 199, 214
 +
* United States Steel Works, 4, 5, 6, 16, 65, 68, 69
 +
* * Vickers' 12-In. Gun Breech Mechanism, 76
 +
* " Victoria and Albert," The New Royal Yacht, 18, 622, 648
 +
* * Victoria Works, Sheffield, of Mr. W. S. Laycock, 99, 214
 +
* Villedieu Proving Ground, Creusot (Schneider), 41, 343, 350
 +
* Voltages, High, Transmission, 250
 +
* Voltmeter, Elliott's Recording, 230
 +
* * Wagons, Railway Mineral, 738, 739
 +
* Warehouse, Goods, Great Central Railway, 378, 80, 381, 402, 403, 418
 +
* Warehouses, Goods, at Manchester Ship Canal, 67
 +
* * Warships :
 +
* Chinese Torpedo-Boat Destroyer (Schichau) 06
 +
* Danish Ship Trials as to Influence of Depth of
 +
* Water, Stopping, Starting, &c., 396
 +
* H.M.S. " Amphitrite," Indicator Cards, 49, 22, 523
 +
* H.M.S. " Argonaut," Trials of, 392, 433
 +
* H.M.S. " Glory," Floating out (Laird, Birkenhead), 368
 +
* H.M.S. " Terrible," Boiler Circulation, 591
 +
* Japanese Armoured Cruiser " Asama" (Elswick), 282
 +
* Japanese Battleship " Asahi," Armour Tests
 +
* (Brown), 47
 +
* Japanese Torpedo-Boat Destroyer, " Akebono,"
 +
* Engines and Boilers (Yarrow), 847
 +
* Washing Hops, Apparatus for (Merry weather), 21
 +
* Water Jet for Sinking Piles, 665
 +
* Water Power Plant at Niagara, 92, 161, 129, 130
 +
* Water-Tube Boiler Circulation, 591
 +
* Water-Tube Boiler for Motor Cars (Toward,
 +
* Newcastle), 497
 +
* Water-Tube Boiler, White and Forster's, 107
 +
* Water-Tube Boiler, Yarrow, Japan Torpedo-Boat
 +
* Destroyer, 847
 +
* Water-Tube Boiler. See also Belleville
 +
* Water Tubes in London and South-Western Locomotive, 772
 +
* Water Works, Brighton, Ashley's Deep Well
 +
* Pumps, 140
 +
* Waterways of Russia. See Russian Waterways
 +
* Waves and Breakwaters, 766, 790
 +
* Wehnelt's Electrolytic Interrupter, 356, 818
 +
* Weighing, Ore Mixing and, Lorain Works, Ohio, 6
 +
* Weirs. See Russia Waterways
 +
* Well Pumps, Ashley's, 140
 +
* Westinghouse Electro-Pneumatic Railway Signalling, 774, 775, 778, 787
 +
* Westinghouse Electric Works at Pittsburg, 369, 70, 384, 442, 443, 506, 507, 606, 607, 734, 735, 04, 805
 +
* Westinghouse Gas Engines and Dynamos, 345, 46
 +
* Wharf at Regent's Canal, Great Central Railway, 39
 +
* Wheel Rims, Strength of, 10
 +
* White and Burke's Central Buffer and Draught
 +
* Gear, 123
 +
* White and Forster's Water-Tube Boiler, 107
 +
* White, Sir William H., Portrait, 569
 +
* White Star Liner " Oceanic," 54, 55, 80. See 121
 +
* Wigzell's Triple-Expansion Engines (Paul, Dumbarton), 580, 581
 +
* Window Fractures by Boiler Explosion, 85
 +
* Window, Hill's Railway Carriage, 393
 +
* Wire, Submarine, 35
 +
* Wireless Telegraphy, 94, 125, 126, 321, 322, 355, 17
 +
 +
Works :
 +
* Lorain Steel Company's Works, Ohio, 4, 5, 6, 65, 68, 69
 +
* Schneider and Co. See Schneider
 +
* Victoria Works, Sheffield, of Mr. W. S. Laycock, 199, 214
 +
* Westinghouse Electric Works at Pittsburg, 69, 370, 384, 442, 443, 506, 507, 606, 607, 734, 35, 804, 805
 +
* World's Routes, and Nicaragua Canal, 201
 +
* Worm-Gear Hobbing Machine, Heavy (Niles Tool Works Company), 89
 +
* Wright's Vertical Surface Condenser, 863
 +
* Yacht " Faroslawna," Steam (Schichau), 8, 9
 +
* Yacht, the New Royal, 618, 622, 648
 +
* Yarrow Boiler, Japanese Destroyer, 847
  
 
== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==

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  • ACCIDENT on the London and North-Western
  • Railway at Penmaenmawr, 77
  • Acetylene, 335
  • Acklam Furnaces, Compound Blowing Engines (Davy, Sheffield), 347
  • Aerial Ropeway for Cement Works at Northfleet, 244, 245

Agricultural Show, Royal :

  • Cream Separators (Melotte Company, Bristol, and Pond and Son, Limited, Dorset), 835
  • Hop-Washing (Merryweather and Sons, London), 821
  • Hosacks Road Scarifier (Burrell, Limited, Thetford), 812
  • Steam Lurry (Mann and Charlesworth, Leeds), 13, 816
  • Air Pumps, Electrically Driven (Allen, Bedford), 12
  • Allen and Barker, Taunton, Oil Engine, 207
  • Allen, Sons, and Co., Limited, W. II., Bedford,
  • Electrically Driven Air Pumps, 312
  • Alloys, Photomicrographs, 146, 189, 191, 192, 193, 94, 223, 227, 257, 209, 260, 261, 264, 294, 95
  • Alloys, Research Instruments, 210, 211
  • America. See United States
  • "Amphitrite" Indicator Diagrams, H.M.S., 491, 22, 523
  • Arched Bridge, Niagara Falls and Clifton, 578, 84, 633, 634, 702, 703
  • Arched Bridges, Large-Span, 541, 584, 578
  • "Argonaut's" Trials, H.M.S. (Consumption of Auxiliary Engines), 392, 433
  • Armatures and their Manufacture, 369, 370, 384, 42, 443, 606, 607, 734, 735, 804, 803. See also Electric Generators
  • Armour-Plate Tests, Japanese Ship (Brown), 47
  • Armstrong, Whitworth, and Co., Japanese
  • Armoured Cruiser, 282
  • Armstrong, % hitworth, and Co., Russian IceBreaking Steamer "Errnack," 410, 411
  • Art Printing Machinery, 328, 329, 330, 362, 363, 66, 414, 415
  • Artillery. See Guns and Schneider
  • "Asama," Japanese Armoured Cruiser (Elswick), 82
  • Ashley's Deep-Well Pumps at Brighton, 140
  • Atbara River Bridge, 770, 771, 836, 837, 838, 839, 40
  • Atlantic Liner " Oceanic," 54, 55, 80. Ste 21
  • Automatic Stoker (Ransome and Rapier, Limited), 677
  • Automobiles. See Cars, Motor
  • Auxiliary Engines, Consumption ("Argonaut's" Trials), 392, 433
  • Balancing Engines. See also Connecting-Rod
  • Problem, 695, 696, 697
  • Balancing Engines, 531, 559
  • Baldwin Four-Cylinder Compound Locomotive
  • for Lehigh Valley Railway, 710
  • Ballast Tanks for Steambhips, 690
  • Barking Boiler Explosion, 85
  • Bars, Casting Iron Test, 545, 546, 547
  • Battleships. See Warships
  • Belgian State Railway Express Locomotive, 144, 45, 148
  • Eelleville Boilers of the French Steamer " Laos," 44
  • Bement. Miles, and Co., Philadelphia, 50-In.
  • Gun Lathe, 595
  • Bending, Punching, and Shearing Machine
  • (Striven), 707
  • Bessemer Steel Plant, 16
  • Blast-Furnace Plant, Lorain Works, Ohio, 4, 5, , 16
  • Blooming Mills, Lorain Steel Works, Ohio, 65, 8, 69
  • Blowing Engine, Compound, for Acklam Furnaces (Davy, Sheffield), 347
  • Blowing Engines (Sir Christopher Furness,
  • Westgarth, and Co., Limited), 11
  • Boiler Explosion, Barking, 85
  • Boiler Explosion at Eccles, 93
  • Boiler Flue Drilling Machine (Victor Coates and
  • Co., Belfast), 110
  • Boiler Scaling Hammer and Firebar Inserter,
  • Brown's, 527
  • Boiler-Tube Stopper, Thomson's, 719
  • Boiler, Water-Tube. See Water-Tube Boiler
  • Boilers, Belleville, of the French Steamer "Laos," 44
  • Book-Printing Machinery, 328, 329, 330, 362, 363, 66, 414, 415
  • Boring Machine, Four-Spindle, Electric Railway,
  • rig Machine,
  • * Peterhead, 766, 790
  • Breech Mechanism, 12-In. Breechloading Gun
  • (Vickers), 76
  • * Breech Mechanism (Schneider), 510, 511, 512, 76, 577, 610, 611, 635, 636, 637, 672, 673, 698, 99, 730, 731, 808, 809, 811
  • Bremen Fire Wrecks, 573
  • Bridge. See also Great Central Railway
  • Bridge, Atbara River, 770, 771, 836, 837, 838, 839, 40
  • Bridge Design and /Estheticism, 487, 688
  • Bridge, Niagara Falls and Clifton Arched, 578, 84, 633, 634, 702, 703
  • Bridge for Rossmore-Road, Marylebone Station,
  • Great Central Railway, 338, 339, 340
  • Bridge, Swing, over Harlem River, 256
  • Bridges, Large-Span Arched, 541, 578, 584, 633. 34, 702, 703
  • Bridqes in Metropolitan Section, Great Central
  • Railway, 338, 339, 340, 480, 481
  • Brighton Water Works, Ashley's Deep - Well
  • Pumps, 140
  • British Warships. See Warships
  • Brown Armour-Plate Tests, Japanese Battleship, 7
  • Brown's Boiler-Scaling Hammer and Firebar
  • Inserter, 527
  • Buffer and Draught Gear, White and Burke's
  • Central, 123
  • Buildings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 640, 641, 652
  • Buildings, Railway. See also Great Central
  • Railway
  • Bullivant and Co., Limited, Aerial Cableway, 44, 245
  • Burrell and Sons, Limited, Thetford, Hosack's
  • Road Scarifier, 812
  • * Cab Approach to Marylebone Station Platforms,
  • Great Central Railway, 338, 340
  • Cabs in Paris, Electric, 33, 234. See 269
  • Cable Survey Tools, Submarine, 35, 102, 103, 167, 51
  • Cableway, Aerial, for Cement Works at Northfleet, 244, 245
  • Calcium Carbide, 335
  • Calculated Indicated Horse-Power, 689
  • Caledonian Locomotive. See 144, 145, 148
  • Callendar's Recorder and Platinum Thermo
  • meter, 675, 676
  • Cameron, Mr. J., Salford. Double-Ended Punch1
  • ing and Shearing Machine, 850
  • Canadian Canal, A Great, 131
  • Canal, A Great Canadian, 134
  • Canal, Nicaragua, and the World's Routes, 201
  • Canals of Russia. See Russian Waterways
  • Cantilever Roof at Marylebone Station, Great
  • Central Railway, 279
  • Car Coupling, White and Burke's, 123
  • Car, Motor, Leitner Electric, 824
  • Car, Motor, Water-Tube Boiler for (Toward,
  • Newcastle), 497
  • Cars, Motor Electric Cabs in Paris, 233, 234.
  • See 269
  • Cars. See also Electril Cabs
  • Car, Railway, Equipment (Laycock, Sheffield), 0
  • Car, Steam Lurry (Mann and Charlesworth,
  • Leeds), 812, 816
  • Carriage Motors. See Cars, Motor
  • Carriage Sheds, Great Central Railway, 454
  • Carriage-Shed Roof at Neasden, Great Central
  • Railway), 6E0
  • Carriage Window, Hill's Railway, 393
  • Case System of Groynes, 111, 114
  • Cast Iron, Experiments in the Melting Point of, 25
  • Cast-Iron Test-Bars, 545, 646, 54"
  • Casting Bronze Guns, 1792 (Schneider), 136
  • Cement Works, Aerial Ropeway for, 244, 245
  • Central London Railway, Electric Passenger
  • Lifts, 274, 275, 304, 305, 306
  • Chambering a 24-Centimetre Gun (Schneider), 03
  • Chinese Torpedo-Boat Destroyer (Schichau), 106
  • Chuck, Positive Driving Drill, 230
  • Chucking Machine (Automatic) for Steam-Cock
  • Shells (Pratt and Whitney, Hardford, Conn.,
  • U.S.A.). 199
  • Circular Ring, Stresses in a, 324
  • Circular Saw Guards. See Saw Guards
  • Cito and Funck's Rail Lifter, 859
  • Clifton Arched Bridge, 578, 584, 633, 634, 702, 703
  • Clip or Collar for Railway Heating Pipes (Laycock), 200
  • Clutch, Friction (Croft and Perkins, Bradford), 59
  • Clydebank Shipbuilding Company, Russian
  • Volunteer T.-S.S. " Moskva," 626, 679
  • Coates and Co., Victor, Belfast, Boiler Flue
  • Drilling Machine, 110
  • Collisions, Railway. See Accidents
  • Columns for Goods Warehouse, Heavy, Great
  • Central Railway, 402, 903
  • * Compound Engine. See Engines
  • Condensers, Evaporative Surface, 596, 597, 660, 61, 662, 722, 723, 724, 861, 862, 863
  • Connecting-Rod Problem, 695, 696, 697
  • Contact Breaker, Electrolytic, 356, 818
  • Cooling Curves of Alloys, 209, 294, 295
  • Cooper and Wigzell's Deep-Sea Sounding Apparatus, 451
  • Copenhagen Harbour Electric Load Diagram, 159
  • Coupling, Laycock's Automatic Railway, 645
  • Coupling, White and Burke's Railway Oar, 123
  • Covered Way in Metropolitan Section at Central
  • Railway, 482
  • Cowan, Sheldon, and Co., Limited, Carlisle, 3-Ton Titan Crane, 488
  • Crane for Dumping Chill Cars, Lorain Steel
  • Works, 6
  • Crane, Electrically Driven Goliath (Royce), 742
  • Crane, Titan 33-Ton (Cowan, Sheldon, and Co.), 88
  • Cream Separators (Melotte Company, Bristol,
  • and Pond and Son, Limited, Dorset), 835
  • Croft and Perkins, Bradford, Friction Clutch, 59
  • Cromer, Case System of Groynes, 114
  • Crown Cream Separator (Pond and Son, Limited,
  • Dorset), 835
  • Cruisers. See Warships
  • Crystalline Structure of Iron and Steel, 189, 191, 92, 193, 194, 223, 227, 264. See 257, 259, 260, 61, 294, 295
  • Curves, Cooling, of Alloys, 210, 211, 294, 295
  • Curves of Ship Stability, 500
  • * Dams (Earthwork) Diagram for Calculating, 273
  • Danish Ship Trials as to Influence of Depth of
  • Water, Stopping, Starting, &c., 396
  • Davy Brothers, Limited, Sheffield, Furnace
  • Compound Blowing Engines, 347
  • De Reffye System of Guns (Schneider), 133
  • Diagram for Calculating Earthwork Quantities, 73
  • Diagram 8 of Metal Prices, 24, 156, 290, 462, 592,
  • * Diagram of Stresses in a Ring, 324
  • Diagrams, Indicator, of H.M.S. " Amphitrite," 91, 522, 523
  • Diagrams, Indicator, of H.M.S. " Argonaut," 433
  • Diagrams of Japan Railway Results, 473, 474
  • Diagrams of Speed of Torpedo-Boats at Various
  • Draughts, 396
  • Dick Process of Making Tubes by Extrusion, 13
  • Draught of Water and Speed of Ships, 396
  • Dredge-, Marine Bucket (Smulders, Rotterdam), 13, 814
  • Dredger Sand Pump, 789
  • Drill Chuck, Positive Driving, 230
  • Drilling Machine, Boiler Flue (Coates, Belfast), 10
  • Drilling and Tapping Machine, Radial (Russian
  • Company, Charkow), 503
  • Dubbs finft Co., Locomotive for London and
  • South-Western Railway, 772
  • Dunalastair Locomotive. See 144, 145, 148
  • Dynrchurch Shore with Case System of Groynes, 11, 114
  • Dynamometer, Transmission, 485
  • Dynamos. See Westinghouse Electric Works and
  • Electric Generators
  • * Earthwork Quantities, Diagrams for Calculating, 273
  • Electric Cabs in Paris, 233, 234. See 269
  • Electric Candle, Jablochkoff, 286
  • Electric Car, Leitner, 824
  • Electric 1:303 namos and Gas Engines, 345, 346
  • * Electric Generators : 50-Kilowatt 6-Pole Railway Generators, 100, 01
  • Core Losses in Electric Generators, 374
  • Curves of 250- Kilowatt 550-Volt Generator, 101
  • Diagram of Core Losses, 374
  • Lighting Generator, 10-Pole (Union Company,
  • Berlin), 42, 43, 46
  • Losses, Core, in Electric Generators, 374
  • Motor, Railway, Direct-Connected, 668, 669, 42, 843
  • Motors, Railway, Geared, 476, 477, 537, 538, 39, (40
  • Railway Generator, 250-Kilowatt 6-Pole, 100, 01
  • Railway Motor, Direct-Thnnected, 668, 669, 42, 843
  • Railway Motors, Geared, 476, 477, 537, 538, 539, 40
  • Tra-tion Motors, 374, 476, 477
  • Electric hoists for Central London Railway, 274, 75, 3(4, 305, 300
  • Electric Induction Ttlegraphy, Marconi's, 321, 22. See 94, 1257 126, 3567 717
  • * Electric Lighting Generator, 10-Pole (Union Company, Berlin), 42, 43, 4C
  • Electric Load Diagram at Docks, 159
  • Electric Motors, Dynamos, Ste. See Westinghouse Electric Works and Electric Generators
  • Electric Motors, Westinghouse, 606, 607
  • Electric Plant at Harbours, 159, 160
  • Electric Power Department (Schneider), 237
  • Electric Power Station, Glasgow Tramways, 397
  • Electric Productions. See Westinghouse Alectric
  • Works
  • Electric Railway Motor, Boring Machine, FourSpindle (Newton Works, Philadelphia), 157
  • Electric Recording Voltmeter, 230, 675, 676
  • Electric Riveter, 807
  • Electric Stations, Steam Mains for, 301
  • Electric Turbine Plant at Niagara, 92, 161, 129, 30
  • Electric Works, Westinghouse, 369, 370, 384, 442, 43, 506, 507, 606, 607, 734, 735, 804, 805
  • Electrical Recorder, Callendar's, 675, 676
  • Electrical Transformation, Method of, 758
  • Electrically Driven Air Pumps (Allen, Bedford), 12
  • Electrically Driven Goliath Crane (Royce), 742
  • Electro-Pneumatic Signalling, Westinghouse, 774, 75, 778, 787
  • Electrolytes, Incandescence, Refractory, 286, 24
  • Electrolytic Contact Breaker, Wehnelt, 356, 818
  • Elevator. See Hoist
  • Elliott's Recording Voltmeter, 230
  • Eltringham and Co., J. T., Tug "Salvo," 644
  • Embankments, Diagram for Calculating Quantities, 273
  • Engine, Blowing, Compound, for Acklam Furnaces (Davy, Sheffield), 347
  • Engine Connecting-Rod Problem, 695, 696, 697
  • Engine, Hop-Washing, 821
  • Engine, Oil, (Allen and Barker, Tauntcn), 207
  • Engine, Steam Roller, 812
  • Engine, Steam Fire, for London County Council
  • (Merryweather), 206
  • Engines, Auxiliary, Consumption Trials, 392, 433
  • Engines, Balancing, 531, 559. See 695
  • Engines, Blowing (Davy Brothers), 347
  • Engines, Blowing (Sir C. Furness, Westgarth,
  • and Co , Limited), 11
  • Engines of the French Steamer " Laos," 484
  • Engines, Gas (Westinghouse), 345, 346
  • Engines of the Japanese Torpedo-Boat Destroyer
  • " Akebono " (Yarrow), 847
  • Engines of the Royal Yacht (Humphrys, Tennant and Co.), 648
  • Engines of the Russian Volunteer Ship
  • " Moskva" (Clydebank Company), 674
  • Engines of the S.S. " Laos," 484
  • Engines, Triple-Expansion, of the S.S." Ultonia,"
  • (Sir C. Furness, Wesgarth, and Co.). 276
  • Engines, Wigzell's Triple Expansion, (Paul, Dumbarton), 580, 581
  • " Ermack," Russian Ice-Breaking Steamer (Armstrong, Whitworth, and Co.) 410, 411
  • Escher, Wyss, and Co., Zurich. Turbine at
  • Strensham Mill, Worcester, 706
  • Etheric Telegraphy, 94, 125, 126, 321, 322, 356, 17
  • Evaporative Surface Condensers, 596, 597, CCO, 61, 662, 722, 723, 734, 861, 862, 863
  • Exhibition, Paris, 52, 844, 846
  • Experiments on the Melting Point of Cast Iron, 25
  • Explosion. See also Boiler Explosions
  • Explosion at Toulon (Magazine), 666
  • Extrusion, Tube Making by, 13
  • * " Faroslawna," Steam Yacht (Schichau), 8, 9
  • Fay and Co., J. S., Cincinnati. Vertical Mortising Machine for Car Frames, 450
  • Field Gun, De Reify e System (Schneider), 133
  • Fire Engine, Steam, for London County Council
  • (Merry weather), 206
  • Fire Prevention Committee Testing Station, 191
  • Fire Wrecks in Hamburg and Bremen, 572, 573
  • Firebar Inserter, Crown's, 527
  • Flooring for Bridges and Warehouses, &c. Hob
  • son's, 338, 339, 418
  • Fluid Motion, Further Experiments as to, 29, 2C
  • Fog Horns at Sea, 1, 2, 106
  • Fraser's Evaporative Condenser, 660, C61, Chi 62
  • French Light Railways Locomotive and Station 2, 73, 74, 75
  • French Passenger Lccomotive (Schneider), 514 15, 518
  • Friction Clutch (Croft and rerkins, Bradford) 59
  • Furnace Blowing Engines (Compound) (Davy
  • Brothers, Limited), 347
  • Furnace, Sand-Drying, Great Central Railway, 04
  • * Furnaces, Lorain Steel Works, Ohio, 16, 65, 68, 9
  • Furnace, Tilting Open-Hearth, 014, 615
  • Furness, Westgarth, and Co., Limited, Blowing
  • Engines, 11
  • * Galton, The Late Sir Douglas (Portrait), 354
  • Gas Engine and Dynamo, Westinghouse, 801, 05
  • Gas Generators, Acetylene, 335
  • Gates for Lock, &c. See Russian Waterways
  • Gear, Worm-Cutting Machine, 89
  • Generators for Acetylene, 335
  • Generators, Electric. See Electric Generators
  • Generators, Westinghouse, 369, 370, 442, 443, 06, 607, 734, 735, g01, 805
  • Gland Packing, 555
  • Glasgow Tramway Power Station, 397
  • Glenfleld Company, Kilmarnock, Ashley's DeepWell Pumps, 140
  • "Glory," Floating out H.M.S. (Laird Brothers), 58
  • Glover, Leeds, Circular Saw Guards, 291
  • Gold Alloys, Micrography of, 146
  • Goliath Crane, Electrically Driven (Royce), 742
  • Goods Department at Marylebone, Great Central
  • Railway, 378, 380, 381, 402, 403, 418
  • Graphical Treatment of the Rough Inclined Plane, 99
  • * Great Central Hallway :
  • Bridge for Rossmore-road, Marylebone Station, 38, 339, 340
  • Bridges in Metropolitan Section; 338, 339, 340, 80, 481
  • Cab Approach to Marylebone Station Platforms, 338, 340
  • Cantilever Roof at Marylebone Station, 279
  • Carriage Shed, 454
  • Carriage Shed Roof at Neasden, 680
  • Columns for Goods Warehouse, Heavy, 402, 03
  • Covered Way in Metropolitan Section, 482
  • Flooring for Bridges and Warehouses, &c.,
  • Hobson's, 338, 339, 418
  • Furnace, Sand-Drying, 704
  • Goods Department at Marylebone, 378, 380, 81, 402, 403, 418
  • Hobson's Flooring for Bridges and Warehouses,
  • &c., 338, 339, 418
  • Locomotive Shed, 701
  • Lodge-road Bridge, 480
  • London Terminus, 165, 168, 208, 240, 241, 242, 48, 278, 279, 310, 316, 378, 380, 881, 402, 403, 18, 439, 454
  • Loudoun-road Bridge, 481
  • Map of Route, 165
  • Marylebone Passenger Station, 169, 208, 240, 41, 242, 248, 278, 310, 316, 312
  • Permanent Way, 168
  • Platform Roofs at Marylebone, 240, 241, 248, 78, 279, 342
  • Principals for Roofs. See Roofs
  • Regent's Canal Wharf, 439
  • Roof, Cantilever, at Marylebone Station, 279
  • Roof of Carriage Shed at Neasden, 680
  • Roof of Marylebone Station Platforms, &c., 40, 211, 248, 278, 279, 310, 316, 342
  • Roof, Umbrella, over Regent's Canal Wharf, 39
  • Rossmore-road Bridge, Marylebone Station, 38, 339, 310
  • Sand-Drying Furnace, 704
  • Screen "for End of Platform Roof, 278
  • Shed, Carriage, 454, 680
  • Shed, Locomotive, 704
  • Station Buildings at Marylebone, 208, 240, 241, 42, 248, 278, 279, 310, 316, 342
  • Tunnels in Metropolitan Section, 82
  • Umbrella Roof over Regent's Canal Wharf, 39
  • Warehouse, Goods, 378, 380, 402, 403, 418
  • Wharf at Regent's Canal, 439
  • Grinding Apparatus, Lathe Centre (F. J. Tiffin,
  • London), 313
  • Groynes, Case, System of, 111, 114
  • Guards for Circular Saws, 25, 291, 463
  • Gun Breech Mechanism, Vickers' Breechloading, 76
  • Gun Department (Schneider), 132
  • Gun Factory, General Views of North and South
  • Factories, Creusot (Schneider), 174, 180, 202, 03, 236, 237
  • Gun Factory, Havre, (Schneider), 270, 271, 308, 09, 343
  • Gun Factory, Plan (Schneider), 176
  • Gun Lathe, 50-In. (Bement, Miles, and Co.,
  • Philadelphia), 535
  • Gun,10-Centimetre, Naval, Mount and Shield
  • (Early Type) (Schneider), 375
  • Gun, 12-Centimetre, Naval, and Mount, 26
  • Calibre (1890) (Schneider), 377
  • Gun, 12-Centimetre, Naval, and Mounting, 43
  • Calibre (1890) (Schneider), 377
  • Gun, 12-Centimetre, Naval, and Mount (Early
  • Type) (Schneider), 376
  • Gun, 14-Centimetre, Naval, and Central Pivot
  • Mounting (Schneider), 377
  • Gun, 14 Centimetre, Naval, and Mounting
  • (Schneider), 406
  • Gun, 15 Centimetre, Naval, and Mountings
  • (Schneider), 407
  • Gun, 27-Centimetre, Naval, and Mount (Early
  • Type) (Schneider), 447
  • Gun, 32-Centimetre, Naval, and Mount (Early
  • Type) (Schneider), 447
  • Gun, 34-Centimetre, Naval, and Mount (Early
  • Type) (Schneider), 446
  • Gun,75-Centimetre, Naval, and Boat Carriage
  • (Early Type) (Schneider), 375
  • Gun, 138.6-Millimetre, Naval, and Muzzle, Pivot
  • Mounting (Early Type) Schneider), 376
  • Gun-Proving Grounds (Schneider), 341, 343, 350
  • Guns, Naval, Early Type (Schneider), 375, 876, 02, 403, 446, 447
  • * Hamburg Fire Wrecks, 573
  • Hammer for Scaling Boilers, Brown's, 527
  • Harbour Electric Halt, 159, 160
  • Harbour Sheds, 767
  • Harland and Wolff, T.S,-$. "Oceanic," 54, 65, 80.
  • $ge 121
  • * Harlem River Bridge, 256
  • Havre Artillery Shops, Plans (Schneider), 310. 43
  • Havre Gun Factory (Schneider), 270, 271, 308, 09, 343
  • Havre Gun Proving Grounds (Schneider), 341, 43, 350
  • Head, The Late Mr. Jeremiah (Portrait), 355
  • Hele-Shaw's Experiments on Stream Lines, i9, 30
  • H.M.S. " Amphitrite," Indicator Cards, 491, 622, 23
  • H.M S. "Argonaut," Trials of, 892, 433
  • H.M.S. " Glory," Floating Out (Laird, Birkenhead), 358
  • H.M.S. "Terrible," Boiler Circulation, 591
  • Hilles and Jones Company, Wilmington, Del.,
  • Heavy Plate Shearing Machine, 12
  • Hill's Railway Carriage Window, 393
  • Hobbing Machine, Heavy Worm Gear (Niles
  • Tool Works Company, Hamilton, Ohio), 89
  • Hobson's Flooring for Bridges and Warehouses,
  • &c., 338, 339, 418
  • Hoists, Passenger, for Central London Railway, 74, 275, 304, 305, 306
  • Hop Washing (Merryweather and Sons, London), 21
  • Horseless Carriage. See Cars, Motors
  • Hosacks Road Scarifler (Burrell, Limited, Thetford), 813
  • Humphrys, Tennant, and Co., Engines of the
  • Royal Yacht, 648
  • Hydro-Electric Turbine at Niagara, 92, 129, 130, 61
  • * Ice-Breaking Steamer " Ennack ," (Russian),
  • . Armstrong, Whitworth, and Co., 410, 411
  • Incandescence of Refractory Electrolytes, 286, 24
  • Inclined Plane, Graphical Treatment of the
  • Rough, 499
  • Indicated Horse-Power Calculated, 689
  • Indicator Diagrams of H.M.S.*" Argonaut," 433
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers, New HousE
  • of, 640, 641, 652
  • Interrupter, Wehnelt's Electrolytic, 356, 818
  • Iron, Crystalline Structure, 189, 191, 192, 193, 94, 223, 227, 264. See 257, 259, 260, 294, 295.
  • See also Micrography
  • Iron and Steel Stresses, Thermal Analysis of, 565
  • Iron Works, Lorain, Ohio, 4, 5, 6, 16, 65, 68, 69
  • * Jablochkoff Electric Candle, 286, 424
  • Japan Railways, 473, 474
  • Japanese Armoured Cruiser " Asama " (Elswick), 82
  • Japanese Battleship " Asahi," Armour Tests
  • (Brown), 47
  • Johnson and Phillips' Sounding Apparatus, 102
  • Joints of Steam Mains, 486
  • * Kirkaldy's Evaporative Surface Condenser, 723.
  • See also 596
  • * Laird Brothers, Birkenhead, H.M.S. " Glory," 58
  • Laird, The Late Mr. William, 188
  • Lamps, Incandescent Refractory Electrolytes, 86, 424
  • Land and Naval Guns, 1702 (Schneider), 136, 137.
  • See also Schneider
  • " Laos," Messageries Maritimes Steamer, 413, 84, 542, 543, 544, 550
  • Lathe Centre Grinding Apparatus (F. J. Tiffin,
  • London), 313
  • Lathe, 50-In. Gun (Bement, Miles, and Co., Philadelphia), 535
  • Lathe Milling Attachment (J. Smart and Co.,
  • Erith), 298
  • Lathe and Rifling Machine-Shop (Schneider), 174
  • Launching Arrangement, Phorson's Ship, 121
  • Launching Arrangement of T.-S.S. " Oceanic," 4, 55, 80. See 121.
  • Laycock's Automatic Railway Coupling, 645
  • Laycock's, Mr. W. S., Victoria Works, Sheffield, 99, 214
  • Ledward's Evaporative Condenser, 660, 862
  • Leitner Electric Car, 824
  • Lifts, Passenger, for Central London Railway, 74, 275, 304, 306, 306
  • Light Railway Locomotive and Station, French, 2, 73, 74, 75
  • Locks. See Russian Waterways
  • Locomotive for Belgian State Railways, Express, 44, 145; 148
  • Locomotive, Caledonian Company's, " Dunalastair." See 144, 145, 148
  • Locomotive, Four-Cylinder Compound, for Lehigh Valley Railway (Baldwin), 713
  • Locomotive, French Passenger (Schneider), 514, 15, 518
  • Locomotive, with Cross Water Tubes, London
  • and South-Western Railway, 772
  • Locomotive, " Mogul," for New York Central
  • (Schenectady), 177
  • Locomotive, Narrow-Gauge, for Mexico (Schenectady), 50
  • Locomotive, Peru, 689
  • Locomotive Shed, Great Central Railway, 701
  • Locomotives and Stations, Narrow-Gauge
  • French, 72, 73, 74, 75
  • Locomotives, Stability of Tank, 122
  • Lodge-road Bridge, Great Central Railway, 480
  • London and South-Western Railway Locomotive, 72
  • London Terminus, Great Central Railway, 105, 68, 208, 240, 241, 242, 248, 278, 279, 310, 816, 78, 380, 381, 402, 403, 418, 439, 451
  • London Testing Station for Fire-Resisting
  • Material, 141
  • Longitudinal Section, 15-Centimetre (5.905 In.)
  • Quick-Firing Gun (Schneider), 483
  • Lorain Steel Company's Works, Ohio, 4, 5, 6, 16, 5, 68, 69
  • Loudoun-road Bridge, Great Central Railway, 481
  • Lucas' Hand Sounder for Shallow Water, 103
  • Lucas' Steam Sounder for Deep Water, 103
  • Lurry, Steam, Mann and Charlesworth, Leeds, 12, 816
  • Lyster's Sand-Pump Dredger, 789
  • * Machine-Shop Interiors, Gun Factory, Creusot
  • (Schneider), 174, 180, 202? 203, 236, 237
  • 1114'11We TIMIS. See also Works.
  • Boiler Flue Drilling Machine (Victor Coates
  • and Co., Belfast), 110
  • Chucking Machine (Automatic) for SteamCock Shells (Pratt and Whitney, Hartford,
  • Conn., U.S.A.), 199
  • Drill Chuck, Positive Driving (Pratt Chuck
  • Company, Frank fort, N.Y.,) 230 .
  • Electric Railway Motor Boring Machine, FourSpindle (Newton Works, Philadelphia), 167
  • Gun Lathe, 50-In. (Bement, Miles, and Co.),
  • Philadelphia, 535
  • Hobbing Machine, Heavy Worm Gear (Niles
  • Tool Works Company, Hamilton, Ohio), 89
  • Lathe Centre Grinding Apparatus (F. J. Tiffin,
  • London), 313
  • Lathe Millino•° Attachment (J. Smart and Co.,
  • Erith), 298
  • Mortising Machine for Car Frames, Vertical
  • (J. S. Fay and Co. Cincinnati), 450
  • Plate Shearing Machine, Heavy (Hilles and
  • Jones Company, Wilmington, Del), 12
  • Punching and Shearing Machine (Mr. John
  • Cameron, Salford,) 850
  • Radial Drilling and Tapping Machine (Russian Company, Charkow), 503
  • Shearing, Bending, and Punching Machine (Scriven and Co., Leeds), 707
  • Magazine Explosion at Toulon, 665
  • Magnetic Space Telegraphy, 94, 125, 120, 321, 22, 356
  • Magnetic Testing Apparatus, 628, 629
  • Malleable Iron Clip or Collar (Laycock), 200
  • Manchester Ship Canal Sheds, 767
  • Mann and Charlesworth, Leeds, Steam Lurry, 12, 816
  • Manoeuvring of Warships, Curves, 396
  • Map of Great Central Railway Route, 165
  • Map of Japan Railways, 473
  • Map of World's Routes as Affected by Nicaragua Canal, 201
  • Maps of Russia, 38, 39, 172
  • Marconi's Wireless Telegraphy, 321, 322. See 94, 25, 126, 356, 717
  • Marylebone Passenger Station, Great Central
  • Railway, 169, 208, 240, 241, 242, 248, 278, 279, 10, 316, 342
  • Measuring Feed and Steam Consumption, H.M.S.
  • " Argonaut," 392, 433
  • Mechanical Engineers, New House of Institution of, 640, 641, 652
  • Melotte Company's Cream Separator, 835
  • Melting Point of Cast Iron, Experiments in the, 25
  • Merryweather and Sons, Hop-Washing Apparatus, 821
  • Merryweather and Sons, Limited, Steam Fire
  • Engine for London County Council, 206
  • Messageries Maritimes Steamer " Laos," 413, 484, 42, 543, 644, 550
  • Metal Price Diagram, 24, 156, 290, 462, 592, 718
  • Metropolitan. See London
  • Mexican Interoceanic Railway Locomotive, 50
  • Micrographs of Alloys, 257, 259, 260, 261, 294, 95
  • Micrography of Gold Alloys, 146
  • Micrography of Iron and Steel, 189, 191, 192, 93, 194, 223, 227, 264
  • Mill Turbine (Escher, Wyss, and Co.), 706
  • Milling Attachment:Lathe (J. Smart and Co.,
  • Erith), 298
  • Mineral Wagons, 738, 739
  • Mint, Royal, Recording Apparatus, 209
  • Mitrailleus0, De Reffye System (Schneider), 133
  • Mixing and Weighing Ore, Lorain Works, Ohio, 6
  • " Mogul" Locomotive for New York Central
  • (Schenectady), 177
  • Mortising Machine for Car Frames, Vertical
  • (J. S. Fay and Co., Cincinnati), 450
  • " Moskva," Steamer for Russian Volunteer
  • Fleet (Clydebank), 626, 674
  • Motion of Fluids, Experiments as to, 29, 30
  • Motor Cars. See Cars, Motor
  • Motor, Westinghouse Railway, 606, 607
  • Motors, Electric. See Westinghouse Electric
  • Works and Electric Generators
  • Mountings for Guns. See also Schneider
  • * Narrow Gauge Locomotive, and Station, 72, 73, 4, 75
  • Naval Guns, Earlier Types of (Schneider), 375, 76, 402, 446, 447
  • Naval and Land Guns. See Schneider
  • Naval Ships. See 1Varships
  • Nernst Lamp, 286. See 424
  • Newspaper Printing Machinery, 328, 329, 330, 62, 363, 366, 414, 415
  • Newton Machine Tool Works, Philadelphia, FourSpindle Electric Railway Motor Boring Machine, 157
  • Niagara Falls and Clifton Arched Bridge, 541, 78, 684, 633, 634, 702, 703
  • Niagara Hydro-Electric Power Plant, 92, 129, 30, 161
  • Nicaragua Canal and the World's Routes, 201
  • Niles Tool Works Company, Hamilton, Ohio
  • Heavy Worm-Gear Hobbing Machine, 89
  • Nile Bridge, Atbara, 770, 771, 836, 837, 838, 839, 40
  • * " Oceanic)," White Star Liner, 54, 55, 80. See 121
  • Oil Engines. See Engines
  • Open-Hearth Furnaces, Tilting, 614, 615
  • Ordnance. See Guns and Schneider
  • Ordnance and Fortification Department (Schneider), 138
  • Ore Mixing and Weighing Machine, Lorain,
  • Ohio,
  • * Packing, Compensating Split, 555
  • Packing Ring, Piston, 525
  • Paddle Engines. See Engines
  • Paris, Electric Cabs in, 233, 234. See 209
  • Paris Exhibition Plan, 52
  • Paris Exhibition, Civil Engineering and Trans.
  • portation Building, 844, 846
  • Paul and Co., M.7 Dumbarton, Wlgzell'H
  • Expansion Engines, 680, 681
  • Pencoyd Iron Works, Athara River Bridge, 7Th, 71, 836, 837, 838, 839, 840
  • Penmaenmawr Bank Collapse and Train Wreck, 7
  • * Permanent Way, Great Central Railway, HS
  • Peru Locomotive, 689
  • Peterhead Breakwater, 700, 790
  • Petroleum Engines. See Engines
  • Phorson's Ship-Launching Arrangement, 121
  • Photo-Micrographs of Alloys. See Micrography
  • Pile-Driven Groyne at Rossbegh, 114
  • Pile-Sinking with the Water Jet, 065
  • Pipes, Steam, 409, 406, 467
  • Pipes, Steam, for Electric Stations, 301
  • Piston Packing Ring, 625
  • Plane, Graphical Treatment of the Rough Inclined, 499
  • Plate-Shearing Machine, Heavy (Hilles and Jones
  • Company, Wilmington, Del.), 12
  • Platform Roofs at Marylebone, Great Central
  • Railway, 240, 241, 248, 278, 279, 342
  • Platinum Thermometer, Callendar's Recorder
  • and, 075, 670
  • Pneumatic - Electric Signalling, Westinghouse, 74, 775, 778, 787
  • Pond and Son, Limited, Blandford, Dorset,
  • Crown Cream Separator, 835
  • Portrait-The Late Sir Douglas Galton, 354
  • Portrait-The Late Mr. Jeremiah Head, 355
  • Portrait -The Late Mr. William Laird, 188
  • Portrait-Sir William H. White, K.C.B., 509
  • Pratt Chuck Company, Frankfort, N.Y., Positive Driving Drill Chuck, 230
  • Pratt and Whitney, Hartford, Conn., Automatic
  • Chucking Machine for Steam-Cock Shells, 199.
  • See 214
  • Principals for Roofs. See Roofs
  • Printing Machinery, Typographical, 328, 329, 30, 362, 363, 366, 414, 415
  • Proving Grounds, Gun, (Schneider), 341, 343, 350
  • Pulley Wheel Rims, Strength of, 10
  • Pumps, Air, Electrically Driven (Allen, Bedford), 312
  • Pumps, Ashley's Deep Well, 140
  • Punching, Bending, and Shearing Machine
  • (Striven), 707
  • Punching and Shearing Machine, Double-Ended
  • (Cameron, Salford), 850
  • * Quadruple-Expansion Engines. See Engines
  • Queen's Yacht, New, 618, 622, 648
  • Quick-Firing Gun and Breech Mechanism
  • (Schneider), 510, 511, 612, 576, 577, 610, 611, 35, 636, 637, 072, 673, 698, 099, 730, 731, 808, 09, 811
  • * Radial Drilling and Tapping Machine (Russian
  • Company, Charkow), 503
  • Rail Lifter, Cito and Funck's, 859
  • Rail Straightening Machine, 69
  • Railway. See also Great Central Railway
  • Railway Accidents. See Accident
  • Railway Bridges. See Bridges
  • Railway Buffer Gear, White and Burke's Central
  • Draught and, 123
  • Railway Car Equipment (Laycock, Sheffield), 200
  • Railway Carriage Window, Hill's, 393
  • Railway Coupling, Laycock's Automatic, 645
  • Railway Generators and Motors. See also
  • Electric Generators
  • Railway Generators, Westinghouse, 369, 370, 06, 607, 734, 735, 804, 805
  • Railway, Light, Locomotive and Station for
  • French, 72, 73, 74, 75
  • Railway Motor Boring Machine, Four-Spindle
  • Electric, 157
  • Railway Mineral Wagons, 738, 739
  • Railway Signalling, Westinghouse Electro-Pneumatic, 774, 775, 778, 787
  • Railway Station, 73. See also Great Central
  • Railway
  • Railways, Electric. See Electric Generators and
  • Westinghouse
  • Railways in Japan, 473, 474
  • Ranges, (Schneider), 341, 343, 350
  • Ransome and Rapier, Automatic Stoker, 677
  • Recorder (Callendar's) and Platinum Thermometer, 675, 676
  • Regent's Canal Wharf, Great Central Railway, 39
  • Rifling a 24-Centimetre Gun (Schneider), 174
  • Rims of Wheels, Strength of, 10
  • Ring, Stresses in a, 324
  • Rivers of Russia. See Russian Waterways
  • Riveter, Electric, 807
  • Riveting Machines on T.-S.S. Oceanic," 54, 55
  • Road Scarifier (Burrell and Sons, Limited, Thetford), 812
  • Rolling Mills, Lorain Steel Works, Ohio, 65, 08, 9
  • Roof, Cantilever, at Marylebone Station, Great
  • Central Railway, 279
  • Roof of Carriage Shed at Neasden, Great Central Railway, 680
  • Roof of Exhibition Buildings, Paris, 844, 846
  • Roof of Marylebone Station, Platforms, &c.,
  • Great Central Railway, 240, 241, 248, 278, 279, 10, 316, 342
  • Roof, Umbrella, over Regent's Canal Wharf,
  • Great Central Railway, 439
  • Ropeway, Aerial, for Cement Works, 244, 246
  • Rossbegh, Case System of Groynes at, 114
  • Rossmore Road Bridge, Marylebone Station, 338, 39, 840
  • Row Evaporative Surface Condenser, 724. See
  • also 696
  • Rowan's Electric Riveter, 807
  • Royal Mint Recording Apparatus, 209
  • Royal Yacht, The New, 618, 022, 648
  • Royce and Co., J. II., Electrically Driven Goliath
  • Crane, 472
  • Royle, Mr. John J., Steam Trap for Very High
  • Pressures, 719
  • * RIII4Mill• Waterways of :
  • Beresina River to Tchashniki Canal, Map, 727
  • Boom, Karitski's Spring, 173
  • Canal, Maria, 372
  • Canal between Rivers Shoksna and Soukhona, 9
  • Dams, Drawdoor, &c., for, 37
  • Gates for Canals and Locks, &c., 37, 267
  • Gates, Timber Lock, 267, 373
  • Karitski's Spring Boom, 173
  • Lock Gates, Timber, 267, 373
  • bock§ for Canals, &o., 871 267
  • * Russia, Waterways of-continued.
  • Maps, 38, 39, 172, 372
  • Maria Canal Route Map, 372
  • Mattresses for Weirs, &c., 39
  • Oginski Route for Slonim Town to Pina River, 27
  • Tchashniki Canal, Routes to, 727
  • Tikhvinka Canalised, 268
  • Tikvhinki Route, Map of, 268
  • Timber, Canal, &c., Looks and Weirs, 37, 67
  • Timber Lock Gates, 267, 373
  • Vishni Volotchok Route, 173
  • Weir, Drawdoor for, 37
  • Weir, Foundation Mattresses, 39
  • Russia, Maps of, 38, 39, 172
  • Russian Company, Charkow, Radial Drilling and
  • Tapping Machine, 503
  • Russian Ice-Breaking Steamer " Ermack" (Armstrong, Whitworth, and Co., Limited, 410, 11
  • Russian Volunteer Fleet, S.S. " Moskva " (Clyde
  • bank), 626, 674
  • * St. Lawrence to United States Lakes Canal, 34
  • " Salvo," Twin-Screw Tug (Eltringham and Co.), 44
  • Sand-Drying Furnace, Great Central Railway, 04
  • Sand-Pump Dredger, 789
  • Saw Guard at Crewe Works, 463
  • Saw Guard, Scott's Circular, 25
  • Saw Guards (Glover, Leeds), 291
  • Scarifier, Road (Burrell and Sons, Limited, Thetford), 812
  • Schenectady "Mogul " Locomotive for New York,
  • Central, 177
  • Schenectady Narrow-Gauge Locomotive for
  • Mexico, 52
  • Schichau, Elbing, Steam Yacht " Faroslawna," , 9
  • Schichau, Mr. F., Torpedo-Boat Destroyers for
  • China, 106
  • * Schneider and Co.'s Works, Creusot : 0-Centimetre Gun, Naval Mount and Shield
  • (Early Type), 376 2-Centimetre Naval Gun and Mount (Early
  • Type), 376 2-Centimetre Naval Gun and Mount, 26-Calibre
  • (1890), 377 2-Centimetre Naval Gun and Mounting, 43Calibre (1890), 377 4-Centimetre Naval Gun and Central Pivot
  • Mounting, 377 4-Centimetre Naval Gun and Mounting, 406 5-Centimetre Naval Gun and Mounting, 407 7-Centimetre Naval Gun and Mount (Early
  • Type), 447 2-Centimetre Naval Gun and Mount (Early
  • Type), 447 4-Centimetre Naval Gun and Mount (Early
  • Type), 446 5-Millimetre Naval Gun and Boat Carriage
  • (Early Type), 375 38.6-Millimetre Naval Gun and Muzzle Pivot
  • Mounting (Early Type), 376
  • Breech Mechanism, 510, 511, 512, 576, 577, 610, 11, 635, 636, 637, 672, 673, 698, 699, 730, 731, 08, 809, 811
  • Casting Bronze Guns, 1792, 136
  • Chambering a 24-Centimetre Gun, 203
  • De Reffye System of Guns, 133
  • Electric Power Department, 237
  • Field Gun, De Reffye System, 133
  • French Passenger Locomotive, 514, 515, 518
  • Gun Department, 133
  • Gun Factory, General Views of North and
  • South Factories, Creusot, 174, 180, 202, 203, 36, 237
  • Gun Factory, Havre, 270, 271, 308, 309, 343
  • Gun Factory, Plan, 176
  • Guns, Naval, Early Types, 376, 376, 402, 403, 46, 447
  • Gun-Proving Grounds, 341, 343, 350
  • Havre Artillery Shops, Plans, 310, 313
  • Havre Gun Factory, 270, 271, 308, 309, 343
  • Havre Gun-Proving Grounds, 341, 343, 350
  • Land and Naval Guns, 1792, 136, 137
  • Lathe and Rifling Machine-Shop, 174
  • * Schneider and Co.'s Works-continued.
  • Longitudinal Section 15-Centimetre (5.905-In.)
  • Quick-Firing Gun, 483
  • Machine-Shop Interiors, Gun Factory, Creusot, 174, 180, 202, 203, 236, 237
  • Mitrailleuse, De Reffye System, 133
  • Mountings for Naval Guns, 375, 376, 402, 403, 46, 447
  • Naval Guns, Earlier Types of, 375, 376, 402, 46, 447
  • Naval and Land Guns, 1792, 136, 137
  • Ordnance and Fortification Department, 133
  • Proving Grounds, 341, 343, 350
  • Quick-Firing Gun Breech Mechanism, 510, 11, 512, 576, 577, 610, 611, 635, 636, 637, 672, 73, 698, 699, 730, 731, 808, 809, 811
  • Rifling a 24-Centimetre Gun, 174
  • Turret Erecting Shop, Marine, 236
  • Villedieu Proving Ground, Creusot, 341, 343, 50
  • Scott's Circular Saw Guard, 25
  • Screen for End of Platform Roof, Great Central
  • Railway, 278
  • Screw Engines. See Engines
  • Scriven and Co., Leeds, Shearing, Bending, and
  • Punching Machine, 707
  • Sea-Coast Groynes, Case System, 111, 114
  • Sea, Sound Signalling at, 1, 2, 106
  • Sea Sounding Machines, 102, 103, 451
  • Self-Propelled Vehicle. See Car, Motor
  • Shaw, Professor Hele. See Hele-Shaw
  • Shearing, Bending, and Punching Machine
  • (Scriven and Co., Leeds), 707
  • Shearing and Punching Machine, Double-Ended
  • (Cameron, Salford), 850
  • Shearing Machine, Heavy Plate (Hilles and Jones
  • Company, Wilmington, Del.), 12
  • Shed Carriage, Great Central Railway, 454
  • Shed Locomotive, Great Central Railway, 704
  • Sheds at the Manchester Ship Canal, 767
  • Ship-Launching Arrangements, 54, 121
  • Ship Stability Curves, 500
  • Ships, Stresses on, 430, 431
  • Signalling at Sea, Sound, 1, 2, 106
  • Signalling, Westinghouse Electro - Pneumatic
  • Railway, 774, 775, 778, 787
  • Sigsbee Sounding Machine for Submarine Survey, 102
  • Silvertown Steel Wire Deep-Sea Sounding Machine, 102, 103
  • Sinkers for Submarine Work, 35. See 167
  • Sinking Piles with the Water Jet, 665
  • Smart and Co., J., Erith, Lathe Milling Attachment, 298
  • Smulders, Rotterdam, Marine Bucket Dredger, 13, 814
  • Sound Signalling at Sea, 1, 2, 106
  • Sounding Machines for Submarine Survey, 102, 03, 451
  • Sounding Tubes with Detachable Weights for
  • Submarine Work, 35, 167
  • Soundings, Flying, for Submarine Survey, 167
  • Southampton Harbour Electric Load, 160
  • Speed Effects due to Draught, 396
  • Split Packing, Compensating, 555
  • Sprague Electric Company's Lifts for Central,
  • London Railway, 274, 275, 304, 305, 306
  • Stability Curves, Ship, 500
  • Stability of Tank Engines, 122
  • Station Buildings at Marylebone, Great Central
  • Railway, 208, 240, 241, 242, 248, 278, 279, 310, 16, 342
  • Stations, Light Railways, in France, 73, 75
  • Steam Fire Engine for London County Council
  • (Merryweather), 206
  • Steam Lurry (Mann and Charlesworth, Leeds), 13, 816
  • Steam Main Connections, 486
  • Steam Mains for Electric Stations, 301
  • Steam Pipes, 409, 466, 467
  • Steam Pump (Merryweather), 821
  • Steam Traps for Very High Pressures, 719
  • Steam Yacht " Faroslawna" (Schichau), 8, 9
  • Steamer, Ice-Breaking, " Ermack " (Russian),
  • Armstrong, Whitworth, and Co., 410, 411
  • Steamer " Laos," Messageries Maritimes, 413, 84, 542, 543, 544, 550
  • Steamer " Moskva" for Russian Volunteer Fleet
  • (Clydebank), 626, 674
  • Steamers, Steam Pipes, 466, 467. See 409
  • Steamship, Oceanic, 54, 55, 80. See 121
  • * Steamships, Ballast Tank for, 690
  • Steel, Crystalline Structure, 189, 191, 192, 193, 94, 223, 227, 264, 294. See 257
  • Steel Furnaces, Tilting Open-Hearth, 614, 615
  • Steel and Iron Stresses, Thermal Analysis of, 65
  • Steel Works, Lorain, Ohio, 4, 5, 6, 16, 65, 68, 69
  • Stern Frame and Shaft Brackets, T.-S.S.
  • " Oceanic," 54, 55. See 80, 121
  • Stoker, Automatic (Ransome and Rapier,
  • Limited), 677
  • Stopping Curves of Ships, 396
  • Stream Lines, Further Experiments as to, 29, 30
  • Strength of Wheel Rims, 10
  • Stresses in a Circular Ring, 324
  • Stresses on Ships, 430, 431
  • Stresses, Thermal Analysis of, 565
  • Submarine Surveying Instruments, 35, 102, 103, 67, 451
  • Surface Condensers, Evaporative, 596, 597, 660, 61, 662, 722, 723, 724, 861, 862, 863
  • Survey, Submarine, 35, 102, 103, 167, 451
  • Swing Bridge over Harlem River, 256
  • * Tank Engines, Stability of, 122
  • Tapping and Drilling Machine, Radial (Russian
  • Company, Charkow), 603
  • Telegraphy, Magnetic Space, 94, 125, 126, 321, 22, 356, 717
  • Telegraphy, Wireless, 717. See Marconi
  • Test Bars, Cast Iron, 545, 546, 547
  • Testing Station for Fire-Resisting Material, 141
  • Theisen Evaporative .Condenser, 661. Sec also 96
  • Thermal Analysis of Stresses, 565
  • Thermometer (Platinum) Callendar's Recorder
  • and, 676, 676
  • Thomson's Boiler-Tube Stopper, 719
  • Tilting Open-Hearth Furnaces, 614, 615
  • Timber Locks. See Russian Waterways
  • Titan Crane, 33-Ton (Cowan, Sheldon, and Co.), 88
  • Torpedo-Boat Destroyers. See Warships
  • Torpedo-Boats. See Warships
  • Toulon Explosion (Magazines), 665
  • Toward, T., and Co., Newcastle, Water-Tube
  • Boiler for Motor Car, 497 Traction, Electric. See Electric Generators and
  • Westinghouse
  • Train Wrecked by Bank being Washed Away, 77
  • Tramway Power Station, Glasgow, 397
  • Tramways, Electric. See Electric Generators
  • and Westinghouse
  • Transit Sheds at the Manchester Ship Canal, 767
  • Transmission Dynamometer, 485
  • Transmission of Power by High Voltage, 250
  • Transportation of Minerals by Rail, 738, 739
  • Trials of Auxiliary Machinery on Warships, 392, 33
  • Trials of Danish Warships, 396
  • Triple-Expansion. See Engine
  • Tube Making by Extrusion, 13
  • Tubes, Sounding, for Submarine Work, 35, 167
  • Tube Stopper, Thomson's Boiler, 719
  • Tug, T.-S.S. " Salvo " (Eltringham), 644
  • Tunnels in Metropolitan Section, Great Central
  • Railway, 482
  • Turbine at Niagara, 92, 161, 129, 130
  • Turbine at Strensham Mills, Worcester (Escher,
  • Wyss, and Co.), 706
  • Turret Erecting Shop, Marine (Schneider), 236
  • Twin-Screw Engines. See Engines
  • Twinberrow's Railway Wagons, 738, 739
  • Typographical Printing Machinery, 328, 329, 330, 62, 363, 366, 414, 415
  • * " Ultonia," Engines of the S.S. (Sir C. Furness,
  • Westgarth, and Co.), 276
  • Umbrella Roof over Regent's Canal Wharf, Great
  • Central Railway, 439
  • Union Elektricitats-Gesellscha ft, Berlin, 10-Pole
  • Electric Generator, 42, 43, 46
  • United States Lakes to St. Lawrence Canal, 134
  • United States Machine Tools at Laycock's Victorii Works, Sheffield, 199, 214
  • United States Steel Works, 4, 5, 6, 16, 65, 68, 69
  • * Vickers' 12-In. Gun Breech Mechanism, 76
  • " Victoria and Albert," The New Royal Yacht, 18, 622, 648
  • * Victoria Works, Sheffield, of Mr. W. S. Laycock, 99, 214
  • Villedieu Proving Ground, Creusot (Schneider), 41, 343, 350
  • Voltages, High, Transmission, 250
  • Voltmeter, Elliott's Recording, 230
  • * Wagons, Railway Mineral, 738, 739
  • Warehouse, Goods, Great Central Railway, 378, 80, 381, 402, 403, 418
  • Warehouses, Goods, at Manchester Ship Canal, 67
  • * Warships :
  • Chinese Torpedo-Boat Destroyer (Schichau) 06
  • Danish Ship Trials as to Influence of Depth of
  • Water, Stopping, Starting, &c., 396
  • H.M.S. " Amphitrite," Indicator Cards, 49, 22, 523
  • H.M.S. " Argonaut," Trials of, 392, 433
  • H.M.S. " Glory," Floating out (Laird, Birkenhead), 368
  • H.M.S. " Terrible," Boiler Circulation, 591
  • Japanese Armoured Cruiser " Asama" (Elswick), 282
  • Japanese Battleship " Asahi," Armour Tests
  • (Brown), 47
  • Japanese Torpedo-Boat Destroyer, " Akebono,"
  • Engines and Boilers (Yarrow), 847
  • Washing Hops, Apparatus for (Merry weather), 21
  • Water Jet for Sinking Piles, 665
  • Water Power Plant at Niagara, 92, 161, 129, 130
  • Water-Tube Boiler Circulation, 591
  • Water-Tube Boiler for Motor Cars (Toward,
  • Newcastle), 497
  • Water-Tube Boiler, White and Forster's, 107
  • Water-Tube Boiler, Yarrow, Japan Torpedo-Boat
  • Destroyer, 847
  • Water-Tube Boiler. See also Belleville
  • Water Tubes in London and South-Western Locomotive, 772
  • Water Works, Brighton, Ashley's Deep Well
  • Pumps, 140
  • Waterways of Russia. See Russian Waterways
  • Waves and Breakwaters, 766, 790
  • Wehnelt's Electrolytic Interrupter, 356, 818
  • Weighing, Ore Mixing and, Lorain Works, Ohio, 6
  • Weirs. See Russia Waterways
  • Well Pumps, Ashley's, 140
  • Westinghouse Electro-Pneumatic Railway Signalling, 774, 775, 778, 787
  • Westinghouse Electric Works at Pittsburg, 369, 70, 384, 442, 443, 506, 507, 606, 607, 734, 735, 04, 805
  • Westinghouse Gas Engines and Dynamos, 345, 46
  • Wharf at Regent's Canal, Great Central Railway, 39
  • Wheel Rims, Strength of, 10
  • White and Burke's Central Buffer and Draught
  • Gear, 123
  • White and Forster's Water-Tube Boiler, 107
  • White, Sir William H., Portrait, 569
  • White Star Liner " Oceanic," 54, 55, 80. See 121
  • Wigzell's Triple-Expansion Engines (Paul, Dumbarton), 580, 581
  • Window Fractures by Boiler Explosion, 85
  • Window, Hill's Railway Carriage, 393
  • Wire, Submarine, 35
  • Wireless Telegraphy, 94, 125, 126, 321, 322, 355, 17

Works :

  • Lorain Steel Company's Works, Ohio, 4, 5, 6, 65, 68, 69
  • Schneider and Co. See Schneider
  • Victoria Works, Sheffield, of Mr. W. S. Laycock, 199, 214
  • Westinghouse Electric Works at Pittsburg, 69, 370, 384, 442, 443, 506, 507, 606, 607, 734, 35, 804, 805
  • World's Routes, and Nicaragua Canal, 201
  • Worm-Gear Hobbing Machine, Heavy (Niles Tool Works Company), 89
  • Wright's Vertical Surface Condenser, 863
  • Yacht " Faroslawna," Steam (Schichau), 8, 9
  • Yacht, the New Royal, 618, 622, 648
  • Yarrow Boiler, Japanese Destroyer, 847

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