Grace's Guide

British Industrial History

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The Engineer 1920/06/18

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  • Contents, p 627.

Main Subjects

  • British Patent Specifications, p 637.
  • Grey and Malleable Cast Iron Research, p 624.
  • Langstone Harbour Development, p 621.
    • Messrs Coode, Matthews, Fitzmaurice and Wilson.
  • Letters to The Editor, p 633.
    • Continuous Brakes for Goods Trains.
    • Electrons and The Engineer by W. O. Harrap.
    • Railway Speeds by W. B. Thompson.
    • Old Beam Engine.
  • A New Type of Carburetter, p 620.
    • Grace Patented Carburetter.
  • The Oil Fuel Equipment of The Aquitania, p 620 - p 621.
  • The Organisation of Payment by Results, p 637.
  • Railwaymen's Wages, p 633.

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