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The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.
The Engineer 1893 Jan-Jun: Illustration Index.

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List of Names

  • ADMIRALTY Experiments on Boilers, 279
  • Akers Mek. Vaerksted, Triple-expansion Engines, Polar Ship “ Fram,” 246, 252
  • Allen and Co., Messrs. W. H., Pumping Engines for Commercial Graving Dock, Barry, South Wales (Supplement, January 13th, 1893)
  • Allen’s Portable Air Compressor, Liverpool Overhead Electrical Railway, 73
  • Allis and Co., Messrs., Corliss Engine, Chicago Exhibition, 565
  • Amberley-road Electric Lighting Station, 522, 523, 524, 525
  • Am Ende, Max, Theory of Parabolic Arch with Three Pivots, 307, 418
  • American Design for Cable Railway, 412
  • American Engines in New Zealand, 91
  • American Institute of Electrical Engineers, The Official Emblem adopted by, Chicago Exhibition, 485
  • American Nickel Harveyed Plate Trial, 286
  • Andrew’s “Stockport” Self-starter, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 577
  • Arculus and Warry, Messrs., Apparatus for Transferring Mails and Baggage, 344
  • Arnold, Mr. C. D., His Photographs of the Electrical and Transportation Buildings, Chicago Exhibition, 7
  • Arnold, Mr. C. D., Views from Photographs of the Mining and Transportation Buildings, Chicago Exhibition, 54
  • Ashlin, Mr. H. Crompton, Diagram of Ashlin and Turner’s Heat Retainer as Fitted to the s.s. “Algerian,” 492
  • Aspinall, Mr. J. A. F., Express Passenger Engine, Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway (Supplement, April 21st, 1893)
  • Aveling and Porter, Messrs., Compound Road Roller, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 536
  • BAKER and Co., Messrs., 20-Horse Power Oil Engine, Messrs. Weyman and Hitchcock, 469
  • Baldwin Narrow-gauge Express Engine, Class N, 91
  • Barry Dock, South Wales, Movable Hydraulic Coal Tip, Messrs. Fielding and Platt, 478
  • Barry, Mr. John Wolfe, London, Chatham, and Dover Railway, Shortlands and Nunhead Line (Supplement. February 17th), 139, 140, 141
  • Bauer’s Tube Expander, 107
  • Belfast, Triple-cylinder Fire Engine for, 514, 515
  • Belgian Mail s.s. “Leopold IL,” Messrs. W. Denny and Brothers, 311
  • Berchem’s Pump Valves, 410
  • Beton Foundations, An Expedient in, 375
  • Birmingham Railway Carriage and Wagon Company, Kitchen Cars, East Coast Dining and Corridor Trains, 580
  • Bjornstad, Jorgen, Rope Gearing, Diagrams, 289
  • Booth and Co., Messrs., Crank Pin Turning Machine, 117
  • Bosphorus, Bridging the, 179, 185
  • Boyer, Railway Speed Recorder, The, 430
  • Boyting, F., Foundation Pumps, 411
  • Brazil, Triple-expansion Engine for, 26, 31
  • Brett, W. J. Nowers, Brain Lesion by “Centre Coup” (Diagram), 289
  • Bridgman’s Automatic Ore Sampling Machine, 35
  • “Britannia,” “Acadia,” “Caledonia,” and “Columbia,” 1840, The, 181
  • British Iron Co., Birmingham, Steel Cogging and Shearing Plant, Mr. Jeremiah Head (Supplement, March 17th, 1893)
  • Brooke, Mr. J. W., Friction Clutch, 163
  • Brown, Marshall, and Co., Messrs., Liverpool Overhead Railway Carriages, 119, 120
  • Buchanan and Son, Messrs. James, Semi-dry Brick and Tile Machine, 163, 164
  • Buckton and Co., Messrs. Joshua, Planing Machine for Haslam Foundry, 163
  • Bumsted and Chandler, Messrs., Ventilating Fan, Cossal Colliery, 61, 62
  • Burrell and Co., Messrs. C., Compound Traction Engine, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 537
  • Byrne’s Friction Clutch, 59
  • CALCUTTA, “ Greenwich ” Steam Fire] Engine for, 287
  • California Bridge Co., Combination Bridge over the North Umpqua River, Oregon, 290, 291, 298, 299
  • California State Building, The, Chicago Exhibition, 159
  • Calvert, Mr. Geo. A., Measuring Wake Currents, 244
  • Cammell Plate, 256
  • “Campania,” 'The Cunard Co.’s s.s., 78
  • “Campania,” Launch of the, 203
  • “Camperdown,” H.M.S., 559, 561
  • Canet Quick-fire Guns for Coast Defence, 98
  • Central Electric Lighting Station, Amberley Road, 522, 523, 524, 525
  • Chemin de Fer de 1’Ouest, Modern Bogie, 477
  • Christopher Columbus, The, Whaleback Steamer, Chicago Exhibition, 511
  • Clark and Standfield, Messrs., Flensburg Offshore Floating Graving Dock, 270
  • Clayton and Sbuttleworth, Messrs., Double Cylinder Traction Engine, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 540
  • Clayton and Shuttleworth, Messrs., Portable Engine Fitted for Liquid Fuel on Holden’s System, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 541
  • Clayton and Shuttleworth, Messrs., “Trusty” Oil Engine, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 549
  • Clerk Lanchester Gas Engine Starter, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 550
  • Clowes, Professor Frank, Lamp for the Detection of Fire Damp (Fig. 6), 400
  • Cockatoo Island, Graving Dock, Caisson, Messrs. Easton and Anderson, 6, 9
  • Cockerill Company, Blowing Engines, Luxemburg Blast Furnaces, 426, 440, 441, 444, 464
  • Coligny Railway Carriage Roof Gas Lamp, 227
  • “Compactum ” Evaporator and Distiller, 258
  • Conradi’s Tram Rail Cleaner, 498, 499
  • Cooper, Mr. Thomas, Digging Machine, Diagram, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 539
  • Corliss Engine, by Messrs. Allis and Co., Chicago Exhibition, 565
  • Corliss Engine, 3000-Horse Power Triple-expansion, Messrs. Hick, Hargreaves, and Co. (Supplement, June 23rd), 294, 318, 362
  • Cossal Colliery, Nottingham, Ventilating Fan, 61, 62
  • Coventry Gasworks, Coal and Coke Conveyors, 170, 171, 172
  • Cowans, Sheldon, and Co., Messrs., 130-ton Crane, Glasgow Harbour, 487
  • Cramp and Sons, Messrs., United States Coastline Battleship “Indiana,” 231
  • Croasdell, Mr. S. D., 3-ton Duplex Hydraulic ' Crane, Lowca Engineering Company, 441, 448
  • Crossley Brothers, Messrs., 4-Horse Power Oil Engine, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 548, 575
  • Crossley’s Otto Gas Engine, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 576
  • Crystal Palace Photographic Exhibition, 325
  • Cummins, Mr. W. R., Analyses of Engine Tests, Diagram in Illustration, 493
  • Cunard Company’s s.s. “ Campania,” the Fairfield Company, 78
  • Cunard Steamships, 181
  • Cunard Steamship Company, the “Servia” and the “ Umbria” (1881—1884), 215
  • DAIMLER Petrol Motor, Fixed and Portable, 322, 323
  • Davey’s Triple - expansion Pumping Engine for Brazil, 26, 31
  • Denny and Bros, Messrs. W., Belgian Mail s.s. “Leopold IL,"311
  • Deptford Electric Light Station, 235-unit Ferranti Dynamo, 94
  • Dewar, Professor, the Liquefaction of Air, 84
  • Dewar, Professor, Oxygen and Air (Figs. 1 and 2), 451
  • “Dimitri Donskoi,” The Belted Cruiser, Russian Navy, 472
  • Donkin, Mr. B., Condensation of Steam in Steam Engines, Diagrams, 354
  • Dumont, M., Centrifugal Pumps in Series, 270
  • Durston, Mr. A. J., Experiments on the Transmission of Heat through Tube Plates, Diagrams, 277
  • EAST Coast Dining and Corridor Trains, First and Third-class Dining Saloons, 579
  • East Coast Dining and Corridor Trains, Kitchen Cars, 580
  • Easton and Anderson, Messrs., The Grafton Highspeed Engine, 366
  • Easton and Anderson, Messrs., Graving Dock, Cockatoo Island, Caisson, 6, 9
  • Edison Tower of Light, The, Mr. Luther Stierin- ger, 533
  • Edwards’ Automatic Revolving Sprinkler, 367
  • Electric Construction Corporation, The, Electric Generating Plant, Liverpool Overhead Railway, 118
  • Electric Construction Corporation, High Tension Continuous Current Switches, 271
  • Ellis-Tresidder Plate, 256
  • Elswick Firm, Moncrieff Gun with Disappearing Mounting, 180
  • Evans’ Shaft-turning Machine, Messrs. Stothert and Pitt, 511
  • Ewing, Prof., Magnetic Curve Tracer, Figs. 4, 5, 400
  • FAIRFIELD Company, The, Cunard Company’s s.s. “Campania,” 78
  • Falls of Niagara, 5000-HorsePowerTurbines, MM. Paesch and Piccard, 92
  • Fawcett, Preston, and Co., Messrs. Oglethorpe's Hydraulic Steering Gear, 527
  • Ferranti Dynamo, 235-unit, Deptford Electric Light Station, 94
  • Fielding and Platt, Messrs., Gas Engine and Indicated Horse-power, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 548, 577
  • Fielding and Platt, Messrs., Movable Hydraulic Coal Tip, 478
  • Fire Appliances Manufacturing Company, Triplecylinder Fire Engine for Belfast, 514, 515
  • Fisher, Messrs., Tube Draw Bench, 149
  • Fleming and Ferguson, Messrs., Quadruple Expansion Engines, Wesselton Diamond Mines, 166
  • Flensburg Off-shore Floating Graving Dock, Messrs. Clark and Standfield, 270
  • Foden, Sons, and Co., Messrs., Compound Cylinder, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 538
  • “Fonar,” s.s., Quadruple Expansion Engines, Messrs. Wigham, Richardson and Co., 102
  • Ford’s Hinged Window Sashes, Building Exhibition, 260
  • Fort Wayne Electric Company’s Exhibit at the Chicago Exhibition, 534, 535
  • Fowler and Co., Messrs., Spring Traction Engine, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 538
  • Fox and Greathead, Liverpool Overhead Railway, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 118, 120, 124, 217
  • “Fram,” Triple-expansion Engines for Dr. Frithiof Nansen’s Polar Ship, 246, 252
  • Fraser and Co., Messrs., Professor Redwood’s Water-finder, 258
  • French Cruiser, “Le Tage,” Joy’s Valve Gear, 130
  • Freyer’s Oil Filter, Building Exhibition, 260
  • Furness, Withy, and Co., Messrs., Flanged v. Rivetted Plates, 419
  • GALTON, Mr. Francis, Sending Plans and Drawings by Telegraph, 130
  • Garvie, Mr. Jas., Bridging the Bosphorus, 179, 185
  • “Gaul,” The Twin-screw s.s., Messrs. Harland and Wolff, 494
  • Glasgow Harbour, 130-Ton Crane, 487
  • Gorham, Dr., New Reflecting Kaleidoscope (Figs. 1, 2, 3), 487, 488
  • “Grafton,” The First-class Cruiser, 563, 564
  • “Grafton” High-speed Engine, Messrs. Easton and Anderson, 366
  • Granger’s Duplex Steam Jet Nozzles, 375
  • Green and Sons, Messrs., Road Roller, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, Diagram, 539
  • “Greenwich ” Steam Fire Engine for Calcutta, 287
  • HALPIN, Mr. Druitt, Thermal Storage System, 82
  • Hardenberg, Mr. H. J., Foundations for an Isolated Engine in a Tall Building, 469
  • Hardy Patent Pick Company, The Multiple Disintegrator, 490
  • Harland and Wolff, Messrs., Twin-screw s.s. “Gaul,” 494
  • Harland and Wolff, Messrs., The White Star s.s. “Naronie,” 248
  • Harvey-Vickers Plate, 117
  • Harveyed Plate Trial, American Nickel, 286
  • Haslam Foundry Company, Derby, Planing Machine, Messrs. Joshua Buckton and Co., 162
  • Hathorn, Davey, and Co., Messrs., Triple-expansion Engine, Brazil, 26, 31
  • Hawthorii, Messrs. R. and W., Winby’s Express Locomotive, 355, 359
  • Hayes’ Fire-proof Construction and Boiler Lagging, 174
  • Head, Mr. Jeremiah, British Iron Company, Birmingham, Steel Cogging and Shearing Plant (Supplement, March 17th, 1893)
  • Henderson, Mr. James, “Rapid Traverser,” 259
  • H.M.S. “Bonaventure” and “Jason,” Mr. W. H. White, 30
  • H.M.S. “Camperdown, 559, 561
  • H.M.S. “Grafton,” First-class Protected Cruiser, 563, 564
  • H.M.S. “Victoria,” 559, 560, 572
  • Hick, Hargreaves, and Co., Messrs., 3000-Horse Power Triple-expansion Corliss Engine, 294, 318, 362
  • Holborow, Messrs., Compound Surface Condensing Engine, 518
  • Holden and Brooke, Messrs., Self-acting Adjustable Injectors, 207
  • Holmes’ Dynamo, Willan’s Engine and, 452
  • Hornsby Akroyd Portable Oil Engine, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 549
  • Hulse and Co., Messrs., Horizontal Milling Machine, 423
  • Hulse and Co., Messrs., Vertical Milling Machine, 468
  • Humphrys, Tennant, and Co., Messrs., First- class Cruiser “Grafton,” 563, 564
  • Hunt and Mitton, Messrs., Sight-feed Lubricator, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 542
  • ILLINOIS State Building, The, Chicago Exhib tion, 159
  • “Indiana,” United States Coastline Battleship, Messrs. Cramp and Sons, 231
  • Ingersoll Gang Milling Tools and Machines, 106
  • “Iowa,” The Battleship, 194
  • JACKSON Bros., Messrs., Injector Reservoir Drawing Pen, 259
  • Joy’s Oil Valve Gear, 445
  • Joy’s Valve Gear, French Cruiser “ LeTage,” 130
  • KAPP Alternating Dynamo, Amberley - road Electric Lighting Station, 522
  • Kirkaldy’s Compactum Evaporator Feed Heater and Purifier as Fitted on Board Ship, 347
  • Kirkwood Patent Shaking and Dumping Grate, The, 26
  • Knap and Co., Messrs., Furnace-cased Roots’ Boiler, 299
  • Korting’s Condenser, 453
  • LAMBETH Suspension Bridge to be Removed, 314
  • Lancaster and Oldbury Carriage and Wagon Companies, Firstand Third-class Dining Saloons, 579
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, Express Passenger Engine, Mr. J. A. F. Aspinall (Supplements, April 21st, 1893)
  • Larmuth and Co., Messrs., Compound Non-condensing Air Compressor, 121
  • La Societe Anonyme des Ateliers de la Loire, Joy’s Valve Gear, French Cruiser “Le Tage,” 130
  • Leggott and Marsh’s Range Furnace, Building Exhibition, 260
  • “Le Tage,” French Cruiser, Joy’s Valve Gear, 130
  • Linde British Refrigeration Company, Liverpool Cold Storage and Ice Company’s Works, 374, 381
  • Lister’s Milling Machine with Sliding Head, 402
  • Liverpool Cold Storage and Ice Company, Ld., The, 374, 381
  • Liverpool Overhead Electrical Railway, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 118, 119, 120, 217, 358
  • Liverpool Overhead Electrical Railway Carriages, Messrs. Brown, Marshall, and Co., 119, 120
  • Liverpool Overhead Electrical Railway, Electric Generating Plant, The Electric Construction Corporation, 118
  • Liverpool Overhead Electrical Railway, Engines at the Generating Station, Messrs. Musgrave and Sons, 358
  • Liverpool Overhead Electrical Railway, Rivetting Machinery at Work, 71, 75
  • Loewe and Co., Messrs. Ludwig, Rifle Barrel Drilling Machine, (Figs. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5), 491
  • London, Chatham and Dover Railway, the Shortlands and Nunhead Line (Supplement, February 17th, 1893), 139, 140, 141
  • London Electric Supply Corporation, Condensing Tank, Messrs. Firbank and Co., 398
  • London Hydraulic Power Co.’s Station, Wapping (Supplement, January 20(A, 1893), 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 51
  • London Hydraulic Power Co.’s Station, Engines and Pumps (Supplement, January 20th, 1893)
  • London and North-Western Railway, Deviation Viaduct at Latchford Locks (Fig. 2), 227
  • Lowca Engineering Company, Three-ton Duplex Hydraulic Crane, 441, 448
  • Luxemburg Blast Furnaces, Blowing Engines, The Cockerill Company, 426, 440, 441, 444, 464
  • McDONALD, Mr. J. A., The Midland Railway, Saxby and Bourne Line, 50, 52, 58
  • McOnie, Harvey and Co., Messrs., Triple-effet Vacuum Evaporator, 27
  • Maginnis’s Ink and Colour Saucer and Stand, 173
  • Mahler, M., Apparatus for Calorimetric Determination of Fuel, 300
  • Manchester Ship Canal, Bridges on the, Mr. E. L. Williams, 380, 465, 468
  • Manchester Ship Canal, London and North- Western Railway, Deviation Viaducts (Figs. 2 and 3), 227, 230
  • Mansfield and Sons, Messrs., Oil-gas Making Apparatus, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 550
  • Margate Sewage Works, Rigg’s Hydraulic Sewage Pumps, 376
  • Mathieu, M., Clip for Incline Ropes (Figs. 1 and 2), 499
  • Maxim’s Aeroplane Experiments, Diagrams of Speed and Lifting Power, 226
  • May’s Revolution Counter, 287
  • Merryweather and Sons, Messrs., “Greenwich” Steam Fire-engine for Calcutta, 287
  • Mexican Valley Drainage, Section of Tunnel, 225
  • Midland Railway, New First and Third-class Dining Cars, 552
  • Moncrieff Gun with Disappearing Mounting, 180
  • Monoyer, M., Clip for Incline Ropes (Figs. 3, 4, 5), 499
  • Mudd’s Arrangement of Condenser Tubes, 248
  • Mudd’s Patent Tail Shaft Preserver, 452
  • Mueller Coal, Heavy Hauling and Transfer Co., Heavy Wagon Construction, 377
  • Musgrave and Sons, Messrs., Engines at the Generating Station, Liverpool Overhead Railway, 358
  • NANSEN, Dr. Frithiof, Polar Ship “Fram,” Triple-expansion Engines, Akers Mek Vorksted, 246 252
  • “Naronic,” The White Star Steamship, Messrs. Harland and Wolff, 248
  • Nettlefold and Jones, Messrs., Hydraulic Valve, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 542
  • New South Wales Government Railways, Express Locomotive, Messrs. Beyer, Peacock, and Co., Designs by Mr. W. Thow, 128
  • New South Wales Government Railways, Profiles, 129
  • Newton’s Reflecting Telescope (Fig. 4), 488
  • New Zealand, American Engines in, 91
  • Niagara Falls Power Company, 5000-Horse Power Turbines, MM. Paesch and Piccard, 92
  • Niagara Tunnel Works, Portal, Mr, Albert H. Porter, 92, 93
  • Noakes and Son, Messrs., Photographic Apparatus, Crystal Palace Exhibition, 325
  • Nottingham, Cossal Colliery, Ventilating Fan, 61, 62
  • OGLETHORPE’S Hydraulic Steering Gear, Messrs. Fawcett, Preston, and Co., 527
  • Otto Gas Engine, Crossley’s, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 576
  • PAESCH and Piccard, MM., 5000-Horse Power Turbines, 92
  • Panis Universal Exhibition of 1900, Proposed Railway Extensions and Traffic Arrangements, 508, 509
  • Pedrick and Ayer, Messrs., Centrifugal Emery Grinding Machines, 235
  • Penn and Sons, Messrs. J., Triple-Expansion Engines of H.M.S.S. “Sappbo” and “Scylla” (5-uppZeweni, March 3rd, 1893), 184, 188
  • “Persia,” The, 1856, 181
  • “Persia” and “Scotia,” 1856-1862, Side Lever Engines of the, 216
  • Pickering’s Pulley with Ball Bearings, Building Exhibition, 260
  • Picking’s Interlocking Fireproof Construction Company, Fireproof Earthenware Construction, Building Exhibition, 259
  • Plenty and Sons, Messrs., Condensing Machinery, London Electric Supply Corporation (Supplement, May 12th, 1893)
  • Plenty and Sons, Messrs,, Triple-Expansion Condensing Engines, 99
  • Porter, Mr. Albert H., Niagara Tunnel Works, Portal, 93
  • Priestman Brothers, Messrs., Oil Engine Launch, The McGlasson Reversing Propeller, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 551
  • Priestman Brothers, Messrs., Petroleum Engine, 367
  • Priestman Bros., Messrs., Type Oil Engine, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 550
  • Pullan and Mann’s Brick and Tile Press, 107
  • RAYLEIGH, Lord, on Sounds (Diagrams), 324
  • Reading District Gas Engine Sewage Pumping Plant, 433
  • Reckenzaun and Binswanger’s Electricity Meter, 410
  • Redwood, Professor, Water-finder, 258
  • Rigg’s High-speed Waterworks Pumps, 193, 411
  • Rigg’s Hydraulic Sewage Pumps, Margate Sewer¬age Works, 376
  • Roberts-Austen, Professor, Pyrometer (Fig. 3), 400
  • Robey and Co., Messrs., 86-Horse Power Gas Engine, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 544
  • Robinson, Mr. James, Heavy Road Wag-on Wheel, 453
  • Rocket Petroleum Engine, The, Messrs. Robt., Stephenson, and Co., 388
  • Roots’ Boiler, Furnace-cased, Messrs. Conrad Knap, and Co., 299
  • Roots’ Horizontal Oil Engine, 257
  • Ross’s Pneumatic Caulker, 315
  • Rousseau and F. Balland’s Variable Throw Pump, 315
  • Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, Oil and Gas Engines at the, 575, 576, 577
  • Royal Agricultural Society’s Showyard at Chester, Ground Plan of, 500
  • Royal Institute, Mr. Francis Galton on Sending Plans and Drawings by Telegraph, 130
  • Royal Institution, New Photometer, Sir David Salomons, 463
  • Royal Society Conversazione, Scientific Apparatus on view, 400
  • Russian Armour-plate Trials, 256
  • Russian Navy, Barbette Battleship “Sinope,” 274
  • Russian Navy, The Belted Cruiser “Dimitri Donskoi,” 472
  • Ruston and Proctor, Messrs., Portable Engine, with Plate Steel Saddles, Royal Agricultural Society's Show, 541
  • ST. CHAMOND Plate, 256
  • Saltley Gas Works, Birmingham, Hydraulic Coke-stacking Crane, Mr. H. Hack, Messrs. Sir W. G. Armstrong, Mitchell, and Co., 399, 402
  • Salomons, Sir David, New Photometer, 463
  • Salomons, Sir David, and Mr. L. Pyke, Inductor Dynamo and Motor (Fig. 1), 400
  • Samuelson and Co., Messrs., Pneumatic Conveyor Plant, 498
  • “Sappho” and “Scylla,” Engines of H.M.S.S., Messrs. J. Penn and Sons (Supplement, March 3rd, 1893), 184, 188
  • Sars-Longchamp Colliery, Clips for Incline Ropes, 499
  • Satre M., Tug-boat with Magnetic Chain Hauling Pulley, 422
  • Severn, Diagram of the Bed of the, 138
  • Saxby and Bourne Line, The Midland Railway, Mr. J. A. McDonald, 50, 52, 58
  • Scott Bros., Messrs., Double-geared Brassfinisher s Lathe, 60
  • Seaman Carving Machine, The, 423
  • Seine, The Mouth of the, from Tancarville to Havre, 24
  • “Servia," The, 1881, The Cunard S.S. Company, 215
  • Servia, Failure of a Bridge in, 424
  • Shoreham Viaduct, New, London, Brighton, and South Coast Railway, Sir John Fowler and Sir Benjamin Baker, 360
  • Shortlands and Nunhead Railway, Map of Supplement, February 17th, 1893), 139, 140, 141
  • Sims and Co., Messrs., The Daimler 10-Horse Power Petroleum Launch Motor, 323
  • “Sinope,” The Russian Battleship, 274
  • Smithells, Professor A., Arrangement to Demonstrate the Structure of Flames (Fig. 7), 400
  • Southampton Docks, The, 213, 214
  • Southampton Docks, Refrigerating Plant, 461, 462
  • South Wales, Movable Hydraulic CoalTip, Barry Dock, Messrs. Fielding- and Platt, 478
  • Stanners Closes Steel Works, Wolsingham, 201, 206, 210
  • Starne’s Sleeved Stuffing-box, 142
  • Stephenson and Co., Messrs. Robt., The Rocket Petroleum Engine, 388
  • Sterne and Co., Messrs. Louis, Refrigerating Plant, Southampton Docks, 461, 462
  • Stieringer, Mr. Luther, The Edison Tower of Light, 533
  • Stockport Otto Cycle Gas Engine, 16-Horse Power, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 549
  • Stothert and Pitt, Messrs., Evans’ Shaft Turning Machine, 511
  • Sutherland’s Electric Deck Planer, 315
  • TALBOT-KLIC Process, Photogravure by the, 226
  • Tangye’s Gas Engine, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 576
  • Tangye’s Starter Pump, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 577
  • “Tauric,” Stern of the s.s., 149
  • Thames Ironworks and Shipbuilding Company, The First-class Cruiser “ Grafton,” 563, 564
  • Tratman, Mr. E. E., The Manufactures Building, Chicago Exhibition, 2, 3, 10
  • “Trusty” Oil Engine, 20-Horse Power, 469
  • Tudhoe Iron and Steel Works, Spennymoor, 332, 333, 336
  • Turkey, Railways in European, 316
  • Tyler and Ellis’s Pneumatic Carving Machine, Building Exhibition, 260
  • Tyrrell, Mr. Joseph J., High-speed Locomotive, 490
  • “UMBRIA,” The, 1884, The Cunard Steamship Company, 215
  • “Umbria,” Thrust Shaft of the Cunard s.s., 9
  • “Umbria’s” Screw Shaft was Repaired, How the, 59
  • United States Coast Defence Monitor “ Terror, ” 430
  • United States Coastline Battleship “Indiana,” Messrs. Cramp and Sons, 231
  • United States Cruiser “ Brooklyn,” The, 158
  • United States Dynamite Cruiser, “Vesuvius,” 340
  • United States Navy, The Battleship “Iowa,” 194
  • VAN BRUNT and Howe, Messrs., Electricity Building Plans, Chicago Exhibition, 507
  • Vauxhall Bridge to be Removed, Opened 1816, 314
  • Vickers-Harveyed Plate, 256
  • “Victoria,” H.M.S., 559, 560, 572
  • “Victoria,” Turret of H.M.S., 572
  • Voysey and Hosack’s Road Scarifier, 196
  • WALDORF Hotel, Foundations for an Isolated Engine in a Tall Building, 469
  • Wapping, The London Hydraulic Power Company’s Station (Supplement, January 20th, 1893), 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 51
  • Warburton-road Bridge, Manchester Ship Canal, 465, 468
  • Washington Park Site, Map of, Chicago Exhibition, 486
  • Weir’s Feed-water Heater, 267
  • Wellington and Co., Messrs., Indestructible Ignition Tube, 403
  • Wellington and Manawatu Railway, Profile, 91
  • Wesselton Diamond Mines, Quadruple-expansion Engines, Messrs. Fleming and Ferguson, 166
  • Westinghouse Alternator, Small, Chicago Exhibition, 568
  • Westinghouse Dynamos and Westinghouse Engines, Chicago Exhibition, 565
  • Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company, The New Separable Lamp, 122
  • Westinghouse Exciter, Chicago Exhibition, 568
  • Westray, Copeland, and Co., Duplex Boiler Feed Pump, 476
  • Weyman and Hitchcock, Messrs., 20-Horse Power Oil Engine, Chicago Exhibition, 469
  • Weyman and Hitchcock, Messrs., Vertical Oil Engine, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 544
  • Whibleys Canting Saw Table, Building Exhibition, 260
  • White Star Steamship “Naronie,” The, Messrs Harland and Wolff, 248
  • Wigham, Richardson, and Co., Messrs., Quadruple-expansion Engines, s.s. “Fonar,” 103
  • Willans' and Holmes’ Dynamo, 452
  • Williams, Mr. E. Leader, Bridges on the Manchester Ship Canal, 380, 406
  • Williams, Mr. E. Leader, Warburton Road Bridge, Manchester Ship Canal, 465, 468
  • Winby's Express Locomotive, Messrs. R. and W. Hawthorn, Leslie and Co., 355, 359, 384, 389, 409, 431
  • Wolsingham, The Stanners Steel Works, 201, 206, 210
  • Wood, Mr. J. Tertius, Arrangement of Mirrors for Setting Out Tunnels, 317
  • Worthington Feed-water Heater, The, 144
  • Worthington Pumping Engines, The Chicago International Exposition, 1893, 245
  • YARROW and Co., Messrs., Shallow Draught Steamer for the Zambesi, 553
  • ZAMBESI, Shallow Draught Steamer for the, Messrs. Yarrow and Co., 553

Subject Matter

  • AEROPLANE Experiments, Maxim’s, Diagrams of Speeds and Lifting Power, 226
  • Air Compressor, Alien’s Portable, Liverpool Overhead Electrical Railway, 73
  • Air Compressor, Compound Non-condensing, Messrs. Larmuth and Co., 121
  • Alternator, 10,000 Volt, Chicago Exhibition, 565
  • Analyses of Engine Tests, Diagram in Illustration, Mr. W. R. Cummins, 493
  • Apparatus for Transferring Mails and Baggage, Messrs. Arculus and Warry, 344
  • Armature, High-tension, Chicago Exhibition, 569
  • Armour Plate Trials, Russian, 256
  • Arrester, Air-blaze, 571
  • Arrester, Keystone, 571
  • Arrester, Non-arcing Station, 569
  • Arrester, Tank, 571
  • Automatic Revolving Sprinkler, Edwards’, 367
  • BADGE resembling small Kite, worn by the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Chicago Exhibition, 485
  • Barbette Battleship “Sinope,” The Russian, 274
  • Battleship “Indiana,” U.S. Coast-line, Messrs. Cramp and Sons, 231
  • Battleship “Iowa,” The, 194
  • Battleship “Sinope,” The Russian, 274
  • Bearings, Roller and Ball, 309
  • Belted Cruiser “Dimitri Donskoi,” 472
  • Blowing Engines, Luxemburg Blast Furnaces, The Cockerill Co., 440, 441, 444
  • Bogies, Ancient and Modern, 477
  • Boiler, Furnace-cased Roots’, 299
  • Boilers, Admiralty Experiments on, 279
  • Brain Lesion, by “Centre-coup,” 251, 289
  • Brick and Tile Press, Pullan and Mann’s, 107
  • Bridge (Combination) over the N. Umpqua River, Oregon, The California Bridge Co., 290, 291, 298, 299
  • Bridge Floors, Braithwaite and Kirk’s, 204
  • Bridges on the Manchester Ship Canal, Mr. E. Leader Williams, 380, 406, 465, 468
  • Bridge, The Proposed Channel, 85
  • Bridges to be Removed, Vauxhall and Lambeth, 314
  • Bridge in Servia, Failure of a, 424
  • Bridge, Warburton-road, 465, 468
  • Bridging the Bosphorus, 179, 185
  • Brush Carrier, High Tension, Chicago Exhibition, 568
  • CABLE Railway, American Design for, 412
  • Calorimetric Determination of Fuel, Apparatus for, M. Mahler, 300
  • Canting Saw Table, Whibley’s, Building Exhibition, 260
  • Carving Machine, The Seaman, 423
  • Carving Machine, Tyler and Ellis’s, Building Exhibition, 260
  • Caulker, Ross’s Pneumatic, 315
  • Centrifugal Emery Grinding Machines, Messrs. Pedrick and Ayer, 235
  • Centrifugal Pumps in Series, M. Dumont, 270
  • Channel Bridge, The Proposed, 85
  • Clip for Incline Ropes, Sars-Longchamp Colliery, M. Mathieu’s and M. Monoyer’s, 499
  • Coal and Coke Conveyors, Coventry Gasworks, 170, 171, 172
  • Coal Tip, Movable Hydraulic, Messrs. Fielding and Platt, 478
  • Cogging and Shearing Plant, Steel, Mr. Jeremiah Head (Supplement, March 17th, 1893)
  • Cold Storage and Ice Company’s Works, Liverpool, 374, 381
  • Colliery Ventilating Fan, Cossal, 61, 62
  • Combination Bridge over the North Umpqua River, Oregon, 290, 291, 298, 299
  • Commutator, High-tension, Chicago Exhibition. 568
  • Compactum Evaporator Feed-water Heater and Purifier as Fitted on Board Ship, Kirkaldy’s, 347
  • Condensation of Steam in Steam Engines, Mr. B. Donkin (Diagrams), 354
  • Condenser, Korting’s, 453
  • Condenser Tubes, Mudd’s Arrangement of, 248
  • Condensing Engines, Triple-expansion, Messrs. Plenty and Sons, 99
  • Condensing Machinery, Messrs. Plenty and Sons, London Electric Supply Corporation (Supplement, May 12th, 1893)
  • Condensing Tank, Messrs. Firbank and Co., London Electric Supply Corporation, 398
  • Construction of the Modern Locomotive, Section HI. Part. I. Forge (Diagram), 157, 223, 224
  • Conveyor Plank, Pneumatic, Messrs. Samuelson and Co., 498
  • Conveyors, Coal and Coke, 170,171, 172
  • Crane, 130-Ton, Glasgow Harbour, Messrs. Cowans, Sheldon, and Co., 487
  • Crane, Hydraulic Coke-stacking, Mr. H. Hack, Messrs. Sir W. G. Armstrong, Mitchell, and Co., Saltley Gasworks, Birmingham, 399 402
  • Crane, 3-Ton Duplex Hydraulic, Mr. S. D. Croasdell, Lowca Engineering Company, 441, 448
  • Crank Pin Turning Machine, Messrs. Booth and Co., 117
  • Cruiser “Brooklyn,” The United States, 158
  • Cruiser “Dimitri Donskoi,” Russian Navy, 472
  • Cruiser “Grafton,” H-M- First-class Protected, 563, 564
  • Cruiser “Vesuvius,” United States Dynamite, 340
  • Current Switches, High-tension Continuous, The Electric Construction Corporation, 271
  • Cylinder, Compound, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, Messrs. Foden, Sons, and Co., 537, 538
  • DAIRY Building, Chicago Exhibition, 192
  • Diagram of the Bed of the Severn, 138
  • Digging Machine, Mr. Thos. Cooper, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, Diagram, 539
  • Dining Cars, Midland Railway, New First and Third-class, 552
  • Dining and Corridor Trains, Kitchen Cars, East Coast, 580
  • Dining Saloons, First and Third-class, East Coast, 579
  • Disintegrator, The Multiple, The Hardy Patent Pick Company, 490
  • Dock, Graving, Cockatoo Island, Caisson, 6, 9
  • Dock, Graving, Flensburg Off-shore Floating, Messrs. Clark and Standfield, 270
  • Docks, The Southampton, 213, 214
  • Docks, Southampton, Refrigerating Plant, 461, 462
  • Draining of the Valley of Mexico, Section of Tunnel, 225
  • Draw Bench, Tube, Messrs. Fisher, 149
  • Drawing Pen, “Injector,” 259
  • Drilling Machine, Rifle Barrel, Messrs. Ludwig Loewe and Co. (Figs. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5), 491
  • Duplex Boiler Feed Pump, Messrs. Westray and Copeland, 476
  • Duplex Hydraulic Crane, Mr. S. D. Croasdell, Lowca Engineering Company, 441, 448
  • Duplex Steam Jet Nozzles, Granger’s, 375
  • Dynamos and Engines, Westinghouse, Chicago Exhibition, 565
  • Dynamo, High-tension Arc Light, Chicago Exhibition, 569
  • Dynamo, Holmes’, and Willans’ Engine, 452
  • Dynamo, Kapp Alternating, Amberley - road Electric Lighting Station, 522
  • Dynamo and Motor, Inductor, Sir David Salomons. and Mr. L. Pyke (Fig. 1), 400
  • Dynamos, Plan and Elevation, Amberley - road Electric Lighting Station, 524
  • Dynamo, 235-unit Ferranti, Deptford Electric Light Station, 94
  • ELECTRIC Cables, 570
  • Electric Deck Planer, Sutherland’s, 315
  • Electric Engineering at the Chicago Exhibition, the Fort Wayne Electric Company’s Exhibit, 534, 535
  • Electric Generating Plant, Liverpool Overhead Railway, 118
  • Electric Light at the Chicago Exhibition, the Edison Tower of Light, Mr. Luther Stieringer, 533
  • Electric Light Machinery, H.M.S. “Grafton,” 564
  • Electric Light Station, Deptford, 235-unit Ferranti Dynamo, 94
  • Electric Light Station, Amberley-road, 522, 523, 524, 525
  • Electric and Transportation Buildings, from Mr. C. D. Arnold’s Photographs, Chicago Exhibition, 7
  • Electricity Building, Plan of, Chicago Exhibition, 507
  • Electricity Meter, Reckenzaun and Binswanger, 410
  • Engines, American, in New Zealand, 91
  • Engine (Class N), Baldwin Narrow Gauge Express, 91
  • Engines, Blowing, Luxemburg Blast Furnaces, the Cockerill Company, 426, 440, 441, 444, 464
  • Engine for Calcutta, Steam Fire, 287
  • Engine, Compound Surface-condensing, Messrs. Holborow, 518
  • Engines, Compound Traction, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, Messrs. Burrell and Co., 537
  • Engine, Corliss, Messrs. Allis and Co., Chicago Exhibition, 565
  • Engine, Express Passenger, Mr. J. A. F. Aspinall, Lancashire and YorkshireRailway (Supplements, April 21st, 1893)
  • Engine Fitted for Liquid Fuel on Holden’s. System, Portable, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 541
  • Engine, Foundations for an Isolated, Mr. H. J. Hardenberg, Hotel Waldorf, 469
  • Engine, Gas, Crossley’s Otto, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 576
  • Engine, Gas, and Indicated Horse-power, Messrs. Fielding and Platt, Roybal Agricultural Society’s Show, 548, 577
  • Engine, Gas, Reading District, Sewage Pumping Plant, 433
  • Engine, 86-H.P., Gas, Messrs. Robey and Co., Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 544
  • Engine, Gas, 16-H.P., Stockport Otto Cycle, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 549
  • Engine, Gas, Tangye’s, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 576
  • Engines at the Generating Station, Liverpool Overhead Railway, Messrs. Musgrave and Sons, 358
  • Engine, Grafton High-speed, Messrs. Easton and Anderson, 366
  • Engines of H.M.S.S. “Sappho” and “Scylla,” 184, 188
  • Engine House, Amberley-road Electric Lighting Station, 523
  • Engine, Oil, Messrs. Weyman and Hitchcock, Chicago Exhibition, 249
  • Engine, Oil, 4-H.P., Messrs. Crossley Bros., Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 548, 575
  • Engine, OU, Portable, Hornsby-Ackroyd, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 549
  • Engine, Oil Type, Messrs. Priestman Bros., Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 550
  • Engine, Vertical OU, Messrs. Weyman and Hitchcock, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 544
  • Engines, Oil and Gas, at the Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 575, 576, 577
  • Engine, Oil, Priestman’s, 367
  • Engine with Plate Steel Saddle, Portable, Messrs. Ruston and Proctor, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 541
  • Engine, Priestman’s Petroleum, 367
  • Engines and Pumps, The London Hydraulic; Power Company’s Station (Supplement, January 20th, 1893)
  • Engines, Pumping, for Commercial Graving Dock, Barry, South Wales (Supplement, January 13th, 1893)
  • Engines, Quadruple Expansion, Wesselton Diamond Mines, Messrs. Fleming and Ferguson, 166
  • Engines, Quadruple Expansion, S.S. “Fonar,” Messrs. Wigham, Richardson and Co., 102
  • Engine, The Rocket Petroleum, 388
  • Engine, Roots’ Horizontal Oil, 257
  • Engines, Side Lever, of the “Persia” and “Scotia,” 1856-1862, 216
  • Engine, Spring Traction, Messrs. Fowler and Co., Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 538
  • Engine Starter, Clark Lanchester Gas, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 550
  • Engines, Triple - expansion, for Dr. Frithiof Nansen’s Polar Ship “Fram,” 246, 252
  • Engine, Triple-cylinder Fire, for Belfast, The Fire Appliances Manufacturing Company, 514, 515
  • Engines, Triple-expansion Condensing, Messrs. Plenty and Sons, 99
  • Engine (3000-Horse Power), Triple-expansion Corliss, Messrs. Hick, Hargreaves, and Co. (Supplement, June 23rd, 1893), 294, 318, 362
  • Engine, Triple-expansion Pumping, for Brazil, Messrs. Hathorn, Davey, and Co., 26, 31
  • Engine (20-Horse Power), “Trusty” Oil, Messrs. Weyman and Hitchcock, Chicago Exhibition, Messrs. Baker and Co., 469
  • Engine, Willans’, and Holmes’ Dynamo, 452
  • Engines, Worthington Pumping, Chicago International Exhibition, 245
  • Entrance Gateway, Chicago Exhibition, 485
  • Erecting the Main Arches, Manufactures Building, Chicago Exhibition, 10
  • Evaporator and Distiller, “Compactum,” 258
  • Evaporator, Triple-Effet Vacuum,Messrs. Mconie Harvey, and Co., 27
  • Exciter, Westinghouse, Chicago Exhibition, 568
  • Exhibition of 1900, Paris Universal, Railway Extensions and Traffic Arrangements, 508, 509
  • FALLS of Niagara, 5000-Horse Power Turbines, 92
  • Fan, Ventilating, Cossal Colliery, Nottingham, 61, 62
  • Feed Pump, Duplex Boiler, Messrs. Westray, Copeland, and Co., 476
  • Feed-water Heater, Messrs. Weir, 267
  • Feed-water Heater, The Worthington, 144
  • Feed-water Heater and Purifier Compactum, Kirkaldy's, as Fitted on Board Ship, 347
  • Fire Engine for Belfast, Triple-cylinder, 514, 515
  • Fire Engine for Calcutta, Steam, 287
  • Fireproof Construction and Boiler Lagging, Hayes’, 174
  • Fireproof Earthenware Construction, Building Exhibition, 259
  • First-class Cruiser “Grafton,” 563, 564
  • Flanged and Rivetted Plates, Messrs. Furness, Withy, and Co., 419
  • Foundations, Beton, An Expedient in, 375
  • Foundations for an Isolated Engine in a Tall Building, Mr. H. J. Hardenberg, 469
  • Friction Clutch, Mr. J. W. Brooke, 163
  • Friction Clutch, Byrne’s, 59
  • Furnace-cased Roots Boiler, Messrs. Conrad Knap and Co., 299
  • GANG Milling Tools and Machines, Ingersoll, 106
  • Gas Engines—see Engines, Gas
  • Grate, The Kirkwood Patent Shaking and Dumping, 26
  • Graving Dock, Caisson, Cockatoo Island, Messrs. Easton and Anderson, 6, 9
  • Graving Dock, Flensburg Off-shore, 270
  • Grinding Machines, Centrifugal Emery, Messrs. Pedrick and Ayer, 235
  • Gun with Disappearing Mounting, The Moncrieff, 180
  • Guns for Coast Defence, Canet Quick-fire, 98
  • HEAT Retainer, Ashlin and Turner’s, as Fitted to s.s. “ Algerian,” 492
  • Heavy Wagon Construction, Mueller Coal Heavy Hauling and Transfer Company, 377
  • H.M.S.S. “ Bonaventure”and “Jason,” 30
  • H.M.S.S. “Sappho” and “Scylla, Engines of, 184, 188
  • High-speed Waterworks Pumps, Rigg’s, 411
  • Hinged Window Sashes, Ford’s, Building Exhibition, 260
  • Horizontal High-duty Pumping Engine, Chicago Exhibition, 249
  • Horizontal Milling Machine, Messrs. Hulse and Co., 423
  • Hydraulic Coal Tip, Movable, Messrs. Fielding and Platt, 478
  • Hydraulic Coke Stacking Crane, Saltley Gasworks, Birmingham, 399, 402
  • Hydraulic Power Company’s Station, Wapping The London (Supplement, January 20th, 1893), 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 51
  • Hydraulic Sewage Pumps, Rigg’s, Margate Sewerage Work, 362
  • Hydraulic Steering Gear, Oglethorpe’s, Messrs. Fawcett, Preston, and Co., 527
  • IGNITION Tube, Indestructible, Messrs. Wellington and Co., 403
  • “Injector” Reservoir Drawing Pen, Messrs. Jackson Bros, 259
  • Injectors, Self-acting Adjustable, Messrs. Holden and Brooke, 207
  • Ink and Colour Saucer and Stand, Maginnis’s, 173
  • Iron and Steel Works, Spennymoor, The Tudhoe, 332, 333, 336
  • KALEIDOSCOPE, New Reflecting, Dr. Gorham (Figs. 1, 2, 3), 487, 488
  • LAMP, The Coligny Railway Carriage Roof Gas, 227
  • Lamp for the Detection of Fire-damp, Professor Frank Clowes (Fig. 6), 400
  • Lamp, The New Separable, The Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company, 122
  • Lathe, Double-geared Brassfinisher’s, Messrs. Scott Brothers, 60
  • Launch of the “Campania,” 203
  • Launch Motor, The Daimler 10-Horse Power Petrol, 323
  • Launch, Oil Engine, with McGlasson’s Reversing Propeller, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 551
  • Liquefaction of Air, The, Professor James Dewar, 84
  • Locomotive, On the Construction of the Modem, 157, 223, 224
  • Locomotive, Express, Baldwin Narrow-gauge, 91
  • Locomotive, Express, New South Wales Government Railways, Messrs. Beyor, Peacock, and Co., Designs by Mr. W. Thow, 128
  • Locomotive, Express Passenger, Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, Mr. J. A. F. Aspinall (Supplements, April 21st, 1893)
  • Locomotive, Express, Winby’s, Messrs. R. and W. Hawthorn and Leslie, 355, 359, 384, 389, 409, 431
  • Locomotive Forgings and the Tools for Making them, 223, 224
  • Locomotive, High-speed, Mr. Joseph J. Tyrrell, 490
  • Lubricator, Sight-feed, Messrs. Hunt and Mitton, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 542
  • MACHINE and Fitting Shop, Stanners Closes Steel Works, 206
  • Machinery Hall, Chicago Exhibition, 562, 566, 567
  • Machinery Hall, Section of Space under Main Floor, Chicago Exhibition, 562
  • Magnetic Curve Tracer, Professor Ewing (Figs. 4, 5), 400
  • Manufactures Building, The, Mr. E. E. Russell Tratman, Chicago Exhibition, 2, 3, 10
  • Map of Railways in European Turkey, 316
  • Map of the Seine from Tancarville to Havre, 24
  • Map Showing Position of Manchester Ship Canal and River Deviation Bridges, 465
  • Map of Washington Park Site, Chicago Exhibition, 486
  • Measuring Wake Currents, Mr. Geo. A. Calvert, 244
  • Melting Shop, The Stanners Closes Steel Works, Wolsingham, 201
  • Midland Railway, The, Saxby and Bourne Line, Mr. J. A. McDonald, 50, 52, 58
  • Milling Machine with Sliding Head, Lister’s, 402
  • Milling Machines, Horizontal, Messrs. Hulse and Co., 423
  • Milling Machine, Vertical, Messrs. Hulse and Co., 468
  • Mining Building, The, Chicago Exhibition, 54
  • Modern Locomotive, Construction of the, 157, 223, 224
  • Monitor “Terror,” The United States Coast Defence, 430
  • Motor, The Daimler Petroleum, 322, 323
  • NICKEL Harveyed Plate Trial, American, 286
  • OFF-SHORE Floating Graving Dock, Flensburg, Messrs. Clark and Standfield, 270
  • Oil Engine, 20-Horse Power, Messrs. Weyman and Hitchcock, Chicago Exhibition, 469
  • Oil Engine, Roots’ Horizontal, 257
  • Oil Engine, 20-Horse Power “Trusty,” Messrs. Weyman and Hitchcock, Messrs. Baker and Co., Chicago Exhibition, 469
  • Oil Engines—see also Engines, Oil
  • Oil Filter, Freyer’s, Building Exhibition, 260
  • Oil Gas-making Apparatus, Messrs. Mansfield and Sons, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 550
  • Ordnance Shop, Stanners Closes Steel Works, 206
  • Ore Sampling Machine, Bridgman’s Automatic, 35
  • Overhead Electrical Railway, Liverpool, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76
  • Overhead Railway, Liverpool, 118, 119, 120, 124, 217
  • Oxygen and Air, Professor Dewar, 451
  • PARABOLIC Arch with Three Pivots (Diagrams), Max am Ende, 307, 418
  • Petroleum Motor, Fixed and Portable, The Daimler, 322, 323
  • Petroleum Engines, Priestman’s, 367
  • Petroleum Engine, The Rocket, Messrs. Robert Stephenson and Co., 388
  • Photographic Apparatus, Messrs. Noakes and Son, Crystal Palace Photographic Exhibition, 325
  • Photogravure by the Talbot-Klio Process, 226
  • Photometer, A New, Sir David Salomons, 463
  • Pneumatic Carving Machine, Tyler and Ellis’s, Building Exhibition, 260
  • Pneumatic Conveyor Plant, Messrs. Samuelson and Co., 498
  • Plan of Royal Agricultural Society’s Showyard at Chester, 500
  • Planing Machine, Haslam Foundry Company, Derby, Messrs. Joshua Buckton and Co., 162
  • Plans and Drawings, Sending, by Telegraph, Mr. F. Galton, 130
  • Plate, Harvey-Vickers, 117
  • Plate Trial, American Nickel Harveyed, 286
  • Plates, Armour, 256
  • Pump, A High Speed Waterworks, Mr. Arthur Rigg, 193
  • Pump House, Chicago Exhibition, 249
  • Pumps, Rigg’s, High Speed Waterworks, 411
  • Pumps, Rigg’s, Hydraulic Sewage, 362
  • Pump Valves, Berchem’s, 410
  • Pump, Variable Throw, Rousseau and F. Bal- land’s, 315
  • Pumping Engine for Brazil, Triple-expansion, 26, 31
  • Pumping Engines for Commercial Graving Dock, Barry, South Wales, Messrs. W. H. Allen and Co. (Supplement, January 13th, 1893)
  • Pumping Engines, Worthington, Chicago International Exhibition, 245
  • Pyrometer, Professor Roberts-Austen (Fig. 3), 400
  • QUADRUPLE Expansion Engines, s.s. “Fonar,” 103
  • Quadruple Expansion Engines, Wesselton Diamond Mines, Messrs. Fleming and Ferguson, 166
  • Quick-fire Guns for Coast Defence, Canet, 98
  • RAILWAY Deviation Viaducts, Manchester Ship Canal, 227, 230
  • Railway, Liverpool Overhead Electrical, Sir Douglas Fox and Mr. J. H. Greathead, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 118, 119, 120, 124, 217
  • Railway, The Midland, Saxby and Bourne Line, 50, 52, 58
  • Railways, New South Wales Government, Profiles, 129
  • Railway, Shortlands and Nunhead, London, Chatham, and Dover (Supplement, February 17th), 139, 140, 141
  • Railway Profile, Wellington and Monawatu, 91
  • Railway Speed Recorder, The Boyer, 430
  • Range Furnace, Leggott and Marsh’s, Building Exhibition, 260
  • “Rapid Traverser,” Mr. Jas. Henderson, 259
  • Refrigerating Plant, Southampton Docks, 461, 462
  • Regulator, Automatic, 569
  • Revolution Counter, May’s, 287
  • Rifle Barrel Drilling Machine, Messrs. Ludwig, Loewe, and Co., (Figs. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5), 491
  • Rivetting Machinery at Work, Liverpool Overhead Electrical Railway, 71, 75
  • Road Scarifier, Voysey and Hosack’s, 196
  • Roller and Ball Bearings, 309
  • Roller, Compound Road, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, Messrs. Aveling and Porter, 536
  • Roller, Road, Messrs. Green and Sons, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show (Diagram), 539
  • Rolling Stock, Midland Railway, Dining Cars, 552
  • Rope Gearing (Diagrams), 289
  • SAND Shield at Blackpool, 476
  • Screw Shaft, Repair of the “Umbria’s,” 59
  • Self-acting Adjustable Injectors, Messrs. Holden and Brooke, 207
  • Self-starter, Andrews’ “Stockport,” Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 577
  • Self-starter, Tangye’s, 577
  • Semi-dry Brick and Tile Machine, Messrs. Jas. Buchanan and Son, 163, 164
  • Separable Lamp, The Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company, 122
  • Sewage Pumps, Hydraulic, Margate Sewerage Work, 362
  • Shaft Turning Machine, Evans’, 511
  • Sleeved Stuffing-box, Starne’s, 142
  • Sound, Lord Rayleigh on (Diagrams), 324
  • Sprinkler, Edward’s Automatic Revolving, 367
  • Starter Pump, Tangye’s, 577
  • Starter, Self, Andrews’, 577
  • Starter, Self, Tangye’s, 577
  • Steam Fire Engine for Calcutta, 287
  • Steamer “Leopold II,” Belgian Mail, Messrs. W. Denny and Co., 311
  • Steamer for the Zambesi, Shallow Draught, Messrs. Yarrow and Co., 553
  • Steamship Company, the Cunard, the “ Servia ” and the “Umbria" (1881, 1884), 215
  • Steamships, Cunard, 181
  • S.S. “Campania,” the Cunard Company’s, the Fairfield Company, 78
  • S.S. “Fonar,” Quadruple - expansion Engines, Messrs. Wigham, Richardson, and Co., 103
  • S.S. “Gaul,” The Twin-screw, Messrs. Harland and Wolff, 494
  • S.S. “Naronic,” The White Star, 248
  • Steel Bridge Floors without Transverse Girders, Braithwaite and Kirk’s, 204
  • Steel Cogging and Shearing Plant, Mr. Jeremiah Head, British Iron Company, Birmingham (Supplement, March 17th, 1893)
  • Steel Works, Wolsingham, The Stanners Closes, 201, 206, 210
  • Steering Gear, Oglethorpe’s Hydraulic, Messrs. Fawcett, Preston and Co., 527
  • Stern of the S.S. “Tauric,” 149
  • Structure of Flames, Arrangement to Demonstrate the, Professor A. Smithells’ (Fig. 7), 400
  • Stuffing-box, Sleeved, Starne’s, 142
  • TAIL Shaft Preserver, Mudd’s Patent, 452
  • Telegraph, Sending Plans and Drawings by, Mr. F. Galton, 130
  • Telescope, Reflecting, made by Newton’s own hands (Fig. 4), 488
  • Thermal Storage System, Mr. Druitt Halpin, 82
  • Thrust Shaft of the Cunard S.S. “ Umbria,” 9
  • Tip, Movable Hydraulic Coal, Messrs. Fielding and Platt, 478
  • Traction Engines, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 537, 538
  • Tram Rail Cleaner, Conradi’s, 498, 499
  • Transferring Mails and Baggage, Apparatus for, Messrs. Arculus and Warry, 344
  • Transmission of Heat through Plates, Experiments on the, Mr. A. J. Durston, 277
  • Transportation Building, The, Chicago Exhibition, 54
  • Triple-expansion Condensing Engines, Messrs. Plenty and Sons, 99
  • Triple - expansion Corliss Engines, 3006-H.P., Messrs. Hick, Hargreaves and Co., 294, 318, 362
  • Triple-expansion Engines for Dr. Frithiof Nansen’s Polar Ship “Fram,” Akers Mek. Vorksted, 246, 252
  • Triple-expansion Engines of H.M.S.S. “Sappho” and “Scylla,” 184, 188
  • Triple-expansion Pumping Engine for Brazil, 26, 31
  • Tube Draw Bench, Messrs. Fisher, 149
  • Tube Expander, Mr. J. C. Bauer, 107
  • Tubes, Condenser, Mudd’s Arrangement of, 248
  • Tug-boat with Magnetic Chain Hauling Pulley, M. Satre, 422
  • Tunnel Works, Portal, Niagara, 92
  • Tunnels, Setting Out, Mr. J. Tertius Wood, 317
  • Turbines, 5000-H.P., Falls of Niagara, MIL Paeseh and Piccard, 92
  • Turning Machine, Evans’ Patent Shaft, 511
  • Turret of H.M.S. “Victoria,” 572
  • VALVE Gear, Crossley’s Oil Engine, 575
  • Valve Gear, Joy’s, French Cruiser “Le Tage,” 130
  • Valve, Hydraulic, Messrs. Nettlefold and Jones, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 542
  • Ventilating Fan, Cossal Colliery, Nottingham, 61, 62
  • Vertical Milling Machine, Messrs. Hulse and Co., 468
  • Viaduct, New Shoreham, London, Brighton, and South Coast Railway, Sir John Fowler and Sir Benjamin Baker, 360
  • Viaducts, Railway Deviation, Manchester Ship Canal, 227, 230
  • WAGON Wheel, Heavy Road, Mr. James Robinson, 453
  • Wake Currents, Measuring, Mr. Geo. A. Calvert, 244
  • Water-finder, Professor Redwood, 258
  • Waterworks Pump, Mr. Arthur Rigg’s Highspeed, 193
  • Whaleback Steamer, The “ Christopher Columbus,” Chicago Exhibition, 511
  • Wheel, Heavy Road Wagon, Mr. Jas. Robinson, 453
  • Window Sashes, Hinged, Building Exhibition, 260
  • Women’s Building, Chicago Exhibition, 192

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