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British Industrial History

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The Engineer 1900/08/24

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  • Contents, p191.

Main Subjects

  • Editorial, p191.
    • Railway Speeds
    • Gathmann Aerial Torpedo Gun
    • German Shipbuilding Capabilities
    • British Association
    • Hygienic Value of Gas
    • Mechanical Flight
    • Lightening Vessels
    • Japanese Gold.
  • Foreign and English Electrical Engineering, (No. I), p183.
  • Light Railways in France, (No. IV), p180, p181 (Ilustrated).
  • On the Mechanical Theory of Steamship Propulsion - Robert Mansel, p179.
  • Packing of Merchandise for the Tropics, p194.
  • Taff Vale Railway Strike, p194.
  • Thames Passenger Steamboat Service, (No. I), p184.
  • Traction by Kites, p193.
  • United States Geological Survey in Relation to the Mineral Resources of the Country, p197.

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