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British Industrial History

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The Engineer 1931/07/17

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Main Subjects

  • Board of Trade Examination. p.63
  • British Chemical Standard High-Duty Iron 'G'. p.66
  • British Patent Specifications p.81
  • Chicago's Underground Railway. p.66
  • Current Prices for Metals and Fuels p.80
  • Editorial p.69
    • Locomotive Testing Plants
    • The Efficiency of Steam Nozzles
  • French Engineering Notes p.81
  • Generation of Electricity in Great Britain. p.66
  • Launches and Trial Trips p.79
  • Locomotive Experimental Stations. Illustrated. p.72
  • Pivots and Jewels p.66
  • Quarter's Shipbuilding Returns. p.76
  • Railway and Road Matters p.67
  • Sixty Years Ago p.66
  • Trade and Foreign Colonies. p.61
  • Zinc Recovery and Fertiliser Plants in British Columbia. Illustrated. p.60 and p.68

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