Grace's Guide

British Industrial History

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The Engineer 1892/01/22

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Main Subjects

  • Death, p071.
  • Double Cylinder Portable Engine, p069 (Illustrated).
  • Earthquake and a Railway Bridge, p076 (Illustrated).
  • Editorial, p071.
    • Coal Consumption in Men of War
    • Capital and Labour
    • Speed of Oriental Mail Steamers
    • Underground Railways in Paris
    • Yorkshire Coalowners and their Constacts
    • A French Torpedo Boat
  • Electric Lighting in Japan, p067.
  • Electric Tube Welding, p076 (Illustrated).
  • McMahon Ammonia Motor, p075.
  • Navy of the United States, (No. III), p061 (Illustrated).
  • Overhead Steam Traveller, Sheerness Dockyard, p073 (Illustrated).
  • Rapid Transit Railway for New York City, p065.
  • Robinson's Patent Radial Arm Roller Feed Saw Bench, p069 (Illustrated).
  • Tin Plate Rumours, p067.
  • Trade in France in 1891, p076.

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