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Engineering 1893 Jul-Dec: Index: Illustrations

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Engineering 1893 Jul-Dec: Illustration Index.
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Engineering 1893 Jul-Dec: Illustration Index.
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Engineering 1893 Jul-Dec: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1893 Jul-Dec: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1893 Jul-Dec: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1893 Jul-Dec: Illustration Index.
Engineering 1893 Jul-Dec: Illustration Index.

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  • Accident to Battleship “ Howe,” 20, 304
  • Accident, Bridge, on Old Colony Railroad, Chester, Mass., 422
  • Accumulator (Wood and Co., Philadelphia), 37
  • Aeronautics (Cellular Kites), 524
  • African Railways, South, 265, 512, 655
  • Air, Compressed, Distribution of, 28, 29, 30
  • Air-Compressor, Duplex (Anderston Foundry Company, Limited, Glasgow), 251 Akers Mek. Vaerksted, Norway, Engines of Nansen’s Polar Ship “ Fram,” 11
  • Allis Company, Milwaukee, 3000 II.-P. Quad¬ruple-Expansion Engine, 648, 688, 689, 695
  • Alternator, Parsons’ Steam Turbine Dynamo and,125
  • American Locomotives. See Locomotives American Locomotives, Early, 104, 476, 542
  • American Refrigerator Transit Company, Refri¬gerator Car, 596, 597
  • Amphlet’s Pneumatic Hammer (VV. and J. Player, Birmingham), 46
  • Anderston Foundry Company, Glasgow, Duplex Air-Compressor, 251
  • Arc Lamp, Inverted, Lighting Workshops, 554
  • “Aretusa,” Italian Torpedo Gunboat, Engines, &c. (Orlando Brothers, Leghorn), 756, 757, 759
  • Arithmometer, Brunsviga, 741
  • Arm Rest, Gabriel’s Adjustable, 648
  • Armour-Plate Tests, Bethlehem Co., 213
  • Arrester, Non-Arcing Lightning, 279
  • Artesian-Bored Tube Well, 13-In. (Isler, London), 683, 649
  • Astbury, Grantham, 6-In. Foot Lathe, 283
  • Attendance at the Columbian Exposition (Dia¬gram), 613
  • Auto Machinery Company, Ball Bearing Ma¬chinery, 527, 528, 530
  • Automatic Engine, Robb-Armstrong, Nova Scotia, 16, 25, 26
  • Auxiliary Pumps of Steam Engines, 589
  • Axlebox, Longridge’s (Patent Axlebox Company, Birmingham), 13
  • Babcock and Wilcox Water-Tube Boiler, 97, 98
  • Balance Spring, Origin of, 797
  • Balancing Engines, 187, 270, 509
  • Balancing. See rifrratwn Diagrams, Italian Gunboat “ Aretusa" 757
  • Baldwin Locomotives, 170, 171,238, 300, 301, 504, 505 570
  • Ball Bearing Machinery, 527, 528, 530
  • Ball Bearings for Thrust Shaft, 310, 391, 429, 483, 572,698. See Letters
  • Ballast Distributing Car, Rodgers’, 296, 297
  • Barges for Transport of Blocks for Sea Em¬bankment, 231, 242, 269
  • Barr’s Contracting Chill and Grinding Machine for Car-Wheels, 501
  • Bascules, Tower Bridge, 449, 450. See also 352, 353, 380, 381, 382, 417, 471, 484
  • Battleship “ Howe,” Stranded, 20, 304
  • Battleship “Victoria” Disaster (Sections, &c.), 574, 579
  • Baxters’ Lock Nut, 771
  • Beam Engines, Compound, of Paddle Steamer “ Honam ” (A. and J. Inglis, Glasgow), 265, 271
  • Bearings, Ball, 527, 528, 530
  • Bearings, Ball, for Thrust Shaft, 310, 391, 429, 483, 572, 698. See Letters
  • Beira Railway, Locomotive and Carriages (Brush Company), 512
  • Belleville Water-Tube Boiler, 97, 98
  • Beiliss Engine and Dynamo, 439
  • Beiliss Engine, Electric Light Station, Kingston, 692, 693, 696
  • Bessemer Blowing Engine, 368
  • Bethlehem Armour-Plate Tests, 213
  • Bethlehem Iron Works, Steam Hammer, 112, 113, 203
  • Bilbao Harbour Works Plant (MM. Coiseau, Couvreux, and Allard), 230, 231, 242, 269, 371
  • Birmingham Mint, Elliott’s Smoke Annihilator, 708
  • Blasting Rock, &c., 713, 714, 774
  • Bleichert Tramways (Wire Rope Haulage), Trenton Company, N.J., 233, 234, 235 *Bliss Company’s Embossing Press at Chicago, 534
  • Bloomsburg Company, Rotary Dump Car, 360
  • Blowing Engine, Bessemer, 368
  • Bogue and Mills’ Railway Crossing Pneumatic Gate, 571
  • Boiler, Tubulous, of H.M.S. “ Daring ” (Thornycroft), 667
  • Boiler Turning, Boring, and Drilling Machine (Rushworth, Sowerby Bridge), 531
  • Boilers, Induced Hot-Air Draught and Serve Tubes, 346
  • Boilers of the Pacific Steamer “ Iberia ” (Rollo, Liverpool), 206, 207. See 420 Boilers, Water-Tube, 97, 98, 128, 129, 667
  • Bonar Bridge, 227, 236, 298
  • Boring Machine, Boiler Turning, Drilling, and (Rushworth, Sowerby Bridge), 531 Boring Machine, Well (Isler, London), 583, 649
  • Boring Wells for Salt (Middlesbrough), 316, 344, 345
  • Bosphorus Paddle Steamer (Thames Iron Com¬pany), 551
  • Boyd Brick Press (Messrs. Chisholm, Boyd, and White, Chicago), 628
  • Brake Ergometer, Water-Cooled, 280
  • “Brancker,” Sand Pump Dredger for the Mersey, 801. See also 107, 451, 495
  • Breakwater, Bilbao Harbour, 230, 231, 242, 269, 371
  • Breakwater and Fort, Middelgrunden, 404
  • Breakwater, La Guaira, Venezuela, 313, 314, 315, 410, 411
  • Brick Press, The Boyd (Chisholm, Boyd, and White, Chicago), 628
  • Bridge Accident on Old Colony Railroad, Chester, Mass., 422
  • Bridge Blasting, 774
  • Bridge, Bonar, 227, 236, 298
  • Bridge Floors, Distribution of Loads on, 319
  • Bridge, Pontoon, over Mississippi, 480
  • Bridge, Road, in Peru, 629
  • Bridge, Salado, Buenos Ayres and Rosario Railway, 508
  • Bridge, Tower, 352, 353, 380, 381, 382, 417, 449, 450, 471, 484
  • Brier’s Reducing Valve, 283
  • Briquette Machine, Coal and Coke Breeze (W. Johnson, Leeds), 72, 73
  • Britannia Company, Punching and Shearing Machine, 679
  • British Colonial Courts, Chicago, 700, 744, 762,773
  • Brooks Locomotives, 109, 116, 274, 479, 537, 601, 603, 754, 756
  • Brunsviga Calculating Machine, 741
  • Brunton and Trier, London, Stone – Dressing Machine, 259
  • Brush Company’s Locomotive and Cars, 512
  • Bucyrus Steam Shovel and Dredge Company, Ohio, Steam Digger, 174, 175
  • Buda-Pesth, Electric Light in, 280
  • Buenos Ayres and Rosario Railway, Salado Bridge, 508
  • Bulkheads of Oil-Carrying Steamers, 65, 66, 93, 95, 96
  • Bullock Manufacturing Company, Willans Engine, 600
  • Burner for Miners’ Safety Lamps, Robson-Brown, 22
  • Cable Haulage, Tramway (Trenton Company, N.J.), 233, 234, 235
  • Caisson for Graving Dock Extension, Leghorn, 76, 77, 92
  • Calculating Machine, Brunsviga, 741
  • “Campania” and “Great Eastern ” Compared, 286
  • Campbell’s Companion Ladder, with Self-Ad¬justing Steps, 13
  • Canadian Courts, Chicago, 744, 762, 773
  • Canadian Pacific Railway, Ten - Wheeled Pas¬senger Locomotive, 662, 663
  • Canals, Irrigation in Egypt, 163, 685
  • Canda Contracting Chill (Ensign Company, Huntington, West Virginia), 477
  • Cantilever Tramway Truck, Peckham’s Exten¬sion, 755
  • Capstan loathes (Mr. A. Herbert, Coventry), 322
  • Car, Automatic Heating and Ventilating Freight (Eastman Car Company, Boston), 262, 263
  • Car, Club Railway (Harlan and Hollingsworth, Wilmington, Del.), 327, 329
  • Car, Cyrus Roberts Railway Hand, 509
  • Car, Dumping (Thacher Car and Construction Company, New York), 636, 637, 640 *Car, Refrigerator (American Refrigerator Tran¬sit Company, St. Louis), 596, 597
  • Car, Refrigerator (Hanrahan’s System, United States Car Company, Hegewisch, Ill.), 728
  • Car, Refrigerator (Wickes Car Company, Chi¬cago), 538, 539
  • Car, Rodger’s Ballast-Distributing, 296, 297
  • Car, Rotary Dump (Bloomsburg Company, Penn.), 360
  • Car, Standard Cattle-Carrying, 198, 199
  • Car, Steel Box (Harvey Works, Illinois), 447
  • Car and Truck Frame (Fox Solid Pressed Steel Company, Joliet, Ill.), 326, 328
  • Car Wheels, Barr’s Contracting Chill and Grinding Machine, 501
  • Car Wheels, Canda Contracting Chill for (Ensign
  • Company, Huntington, West Virginia), 477
  • Car Wheels, Contracting Chill for, 477, 501
  • Cars, Observation and Private Sleeping (Pull¬man), 566, 567, 750, 751
  • Cars, Standard, of Victorian Railways, 724, 726, 732, 786, 788, 789
  • Carriage, First-Class Passenger (Prussian State Railways), 178
  • Carriage, First-Class Passenger (Victorian Rail¬ways), 788
  • Carriages for Beira Railway, South Africa (Brush Company), 512
  • Carruthers’ Duplex Hydraulic Steam Pump, 521
  • Catenary, A, Problem, 798
  • Cattle-Carrying Car, Standard, 198, 199
  • Caulking and Chipping Tool, Ross’s Pneumatic, 466
  • Cellular Kites, 524
  • Central Station (Electric), Kingston (Beiliss and Siemens), 692, 693, 696
  • Centrifugal Pump and Vertical Engine (Thwaites), 771
  • Centrifugal Snow Excavator, Jull’s, 666
  • Chains, Suspension, Tower Bridge, 380, 381, 382. See also 352, 353, 417, 449, 450, 471, 484
  • Chicago Exhibition. See Columbian Exposition
  • Chisholm, Boyd, and White, Chicago, Boyd Brick Press, 628
  • Chubb’s Safe, 401
  • Coal and Coke Breeze Briquette Machine (John¬son, Leeds), 72, 73
  • Coal-Washing Machine, Sennett’s, 758
  • Cockburn, Surplus Valve, 372
  • Coiseau Couvreux, and Allard’s Plant for Bilbao Harbour Works, 230, 231, 242, 269, 371
  • Colonial Courts, British, 700, 744, 762, 773

Columbian Exposition, The World’s:

  • American Locomotive. See Locomotives
  • Attendance at the Exposition (Diagram), 613
  • Baldwin Locomotives, 170, 171, 238, 300, 301, 504, 505, 570
  • Ballast Distributing Car, Rodger’s, 296, 297
  • Barr’s Contracting Chill and Grinding Machine for Car-Wheels, 501
  • Bilbao Harbour Works Plant (MM. Coiseau, Couvreux, and Allard), 230, 231, 242, 269, 371
  • Brick Press, The Boyd (Chisholm, Boyd, and White, Chicago), 628
  • British Colonial Courts, 700, 744, 762, 773
  • Brooks Locomotives, 109,116, 274, 479, 537, 601, 603, 754, 756
  • Canadian Courts, 744, 762, 773
  • Canadian Pacific Railway, Ten-Wheeled Pas¬senger Locomotive, 662, 663
  • Canda Contracting Chill (Ensign Company, Huntington, West Virginia), 477
  • Cantilever Tramway Truck, Peckhaip’s Exten¬sion, 755
  • Car, Automatic Heating and Ventilating Freight (Eastman Car Company, Boston), 262, 263
  • Car, Club Railway (Harlan and Hollings¬worth, Wilmington, Del.), 327, 329
  • Car, Cyrus Roberts Railway Hand, 509
  • Car, Dumping (Thacher Car and Construction Company, New York), 636, 637, 640
  • Car,Heating, Automatic (Eastman Co.,Boston), 262, 263
  • Car, Refrigerator (American Refrigerator Tran¬sit Company, St. Lonis), 596, 597
  • Car, Refrigerator (Hanrahan’s System, United States Car Company, Hegewisch, Ill.), 728
  • Car, Refrigerator (Wickes Car Company, Chicago), 538, 539
  • Car, Rotary Dump (Bloomsburg Co., Penn.), 360
  • Car, Standard Cattle-Carrying, 198, 199
  • Car, Steel Box (Harvey Works, Illinois), 447
  • Car and Truck Frame (Fox Solid Pressed Steel Company. Joliet, Ill.), 326, 328
  • Car Wheels, Contracting Chill for, 477, 501
  • Cars, Observation and Private Sleeping (Pull¬man), 566, 567, 750, 751,
  • Carriage, First-Class Passenger (Prussian State Railways), 178
  • Cattle-Carrying Car, Standard, 198, 199
  • Colonial Courts, British, 700, 744, 762, 773
  • Compound Locomotive, Brooks, 754, 756
  • Compound Locomotives, Baldwin. See Bald¬win
  • Compound Locomotives, Rhode Island,632, 633, 784, 785
  • Contracting Chill for Car Wheels, 477, 501
  • Crane, 7-Ton, Travelling (Yale and Towne Co.), 270
  • Crane, 10-Ton Pillar (Yale and Towne Com¬pany, Stamford, Conn.), 463
  • Cyrus Roberts Railway Hand Car, 509
  • Diagram of Attendance at Exhibition, 613
  • Dumping Car (Thacher Car and Construction Company, New York), 636, 637, 640
  • Early American Locomotives, 104, 476, 542
  • Elevator, Direct Electric (Morse, Williams, and Co., Philadelphia), 239
  • Elevator Gear, Screw (Standard Screw Elevator Company, New York), 361
  • Elevators (Eaton and Prince Company, Chi¬cago), 508, 725
  • Embossing Press (E. W. Bliss Company, Brook¬lyn), 534
  • Engine, 3000 H.-P. Quadruple-Expansion (Allis Company, Milwaukee), 648, 688, 689, 695
  • Engine, Willans (M. C. Bullock Company, Chi¬cago), 600
  • Engines, 1200 H. - P. Tandem Compound (McIntosh and Seymour, Auburn, N.Y.), 145, 148
  • Excavator, Steam (Bucyrus Steam Shovel and Dredge Company, Ohio), 174,175
  • Frame, Pressed Steel Car (Fox Solid Pressed Steel Company, Joliet, Ill.), 326, 328
  • Gate, Railway Crossing, Pneumatic, 571
  • Gun, 120-Ton Krupp, 105
  • Hammer, 125-Ton Steam (Bethlehem Iron Company), 112, 113, 203
  • Hanrahan’s System Refrigerator Car (United States Car Company, Hegewisch, III.), 728
  • Heating Car, Automatic (Eastman Company, Boston), 262, 263
  • Hoist, Hydraulic Passenger (Eaton and Prince Company, Chicago), 725. See 508
  • Hoists. See Elevators
  • Hydraulic Machinery (R. D. Wood and Co., Philadelphia), 37, 38, 39, 202, 204
  • Hydraulic Passenger Hoist (Eaton and Prince Company, Chicago), 725
  • Injectors, Lubricators (Nathan Company), 587
  • “John Bull,” The Locomotive, 104
  • Jull Centrifugal Snow Excavator, 666
  • Krupp Gun, 120-Ton, 105
  • Lathe, 90-in. Gun (Niles Tool Works Company, Hamilton, Ohio), 407. See 472, 729 Lathe, Norton Screw-Cutting (Hendey Machine Company, Torrington, Conn.), 481 Lathe, Stud (Niles Tool Works Company), 472
  • Lathe, Turret (Gisholt Machine Company, Madison, Wis.), 364
  • Lathes, Turret (Jones and Lamson Company, Springfield, Ver.), 658, 659
  • Light Station (United States Lighthouse Board), 384, 385, 386
  • Locks, Yale and Towne, 783
  • Locomotive, Canadian Pacific Railway, Ten- Wheeled Passenger, 662, 663
  • Locomotive, The “ John Bull,” 104
  • Locomotive, Logging (Lima Company, Lima Ohio), 80, 81, 84
  • Locomotive “ 999,” Eight-Wheeled (New York Central and Hudson River Railroad Com¬pany), 330, 359, 388, 389, 418, 419
  • Locomotive Turntable, 60-Ft. (Detroit Bridge | and Iron Works), 697
  • Locomotives, American, 101, 104, 109, 11G, 170, 171, 238, 274, 300, 301, 330, 359, 389, 418, 419, 442, 443, 476, 479, 504, 505, 537, 542, 570, 601, 603, 632, 633, 754, 756, 784, 785
  • Locomotives (Baldwin), 170, 171, 238, 300, 301, 504, 505, 570
  • Locomotives (Brooks), 109, 116, 274, 479, 537, 601, 603, 754, 756
  • Locomotives, Early, 104, 476, 542
  • Locomotives, Rhode Island, 632, 633, 784, 785
  • Locomotives, Schenectady, 442, 443
  • Lubricators and Injectors (Nathan Company), 587
  • McGill University, 195, 210
  • Machine Tools (Hilles and Jones Company, Wilmington, Del.), 136, 137
  • Nailmaking Machine (Severance Company, Duluth, Minnesota), 593
  • New South Wales Courts, 700, 744
  • “999” Locomotive, New York Central and Hudson River Railroad Company, 330, 359, 388, 389, 418, 419
  • Norton Screw-Cutting Lathe (Hendey Machine Company, Torrington, Conn.), 481
  • Pavilion, Pennsylvania Railroad, 101
  • Peckham’s Extension Tramway Truck, 755
  • Pennsylvania Railroad, 101, 102, 104, 105
  • Planing Machine (Niles Tool Works Company, Hamilton, Ohio), 392,*397. See 472, 729
  • Planing Machines, Open-Side (Detrick and Harvey Company, Baltimore), 559
  • Pulley-Moulding Machine (Hugo Laissle and Co., Oberkochen, Wurtemberg),415
  • Pullman Cars, 566, 567, 750, 751
  • Purification of Sewage, 720, 721, 723
  • Quadruple-Expansion Engine, 3000-H.P. (Allis Company, Milwaukee), 648, 688, 689, 695
  • Rail Ice Scraper (Neven’s), 293
  • Railway Cars. See Cars
  • Railway Crossing Pneumatic Gate (Bogue and Mills, Chicago), 571
  • Railway Hand Car (Cyrus Roberts), 509
  • Refrigerator Car (American Refrigerator Transit Company, St. Louis), 596, 597
  • Refrigerator Car (Hanrahan’s System) (United States Car Company, Hegewisch, Ill.), 728
  • Refrigerator Car (Wickes Car Company), 538, 539
  • Rhode Island Compound Locomotive, 632, 633, 784, 785
  • Riveters, Hydraulic (Woods, Philadelphia), 39, 40, 202, 204
  • Rotary Dump Car (Bloomsburg Car Company, Bloomsburg, Penn.), 360
  • Schenectady Locomotive, 442, 443
  • Sewage Purification Plant, 720, 721, 723
  • Sleeping and Observation Cars (Pullman), 566, 567, 750, 751
  • Snow Excavator, Jull Centrifugal, 666
  • Snow Plough (Ensign Company, Huntington, West Virginia), 446
  • Snow Shovel, Rotary Steam (Leslie Brothers Company, Paterson, N.J.), 267
  • Ticket Cancelling, Registering, and Dating Machines (Keller Printing Co., New York), 414
  • Tramway Truck, Peckham’s Extension, 755
  • Tramway, Wire Rope (Trenton Iron Company, Trenton, N. J.), 233, 234, 235
  • Travelling, Crane, 7-Ton (Yale and Towne Co., Stamford, Conn.), 270
  • Truck Frame, Pressed Steel (Fox Solid Pressed Steel Company, Joliet, Ill.), 326, 328
  • Truck, Peckham’s Extension Tramway, 755
  • Turntable, 60-Ft. Locomotive (Detroit Bridge and Iron Works), 697
  • Turret Lathes, 364, 658, 659
  • White Star Line, Pavilion and Interior, 13.3
  • Willans Engine (M. C. Bullock Company, Chicago), 600
  • Wire Rope Haulage (Trenton Iron Company, Trenton, N.J.), 233, 234, 235
  • Yale and Towne Locks, 783
  • Companion Ladder with Self-Adjusting Steps (Campbell’s), 13
  • Compass, Hanging, 324
  • Compound Express Locomotive (Baldwin), 171, 238
  • Compound Express Locomotive, North-Eastern Railway (Worsdell and Von Borries’ System), 140, 141
  • Compound Locomotive, Brooks, 754, 756
  • Compound Locomotives, Baldwin. See Baldwin
  • Compound Locomotives, Rhode Island, 632, 633, 784, 785
  • Compressed Air Distribution, Diagram of, 28, 29, 30
  • Compressor, Duplex Air (Anderston Foundry
  • Company, Limited, Glasgow), 251
  • Concrete Block. Depositing, 231, 242, 269
  • Concrete Sack depositor, La Guaira Breakwater (Stothert and Pitt, Limited), 410, 411 “Condor,” Engines of, 792
  • Consett Iron Works, 439 Contracting Chill for Car Wheels, 477, 501
  • Conveyor, Pneumatic Grain Elevator and (East Ferry-Road Engineering Works Company), 59
  • Copley, Turner, and Co., Harris Feed-Water Filter, 50
  • Coventry Cycle Bearings Machinery, 527, 528, 630
  • Coward and Ihlee, Niagara Pulveriser, 323
  • Craig and Donald Plate-Shearing Machine, 266
  • Crane, Electric Travelling, at Niagara (Sellers and Co.), 780, 781
  • Crane and Grab, Morgan’s, 47
  • Crane, 7-Ton Travelling Jib (Yale and Towne Company, Stamford, Conn.), 270
  • Crane, 10 - Ton Pillar (Yale and Towne Company, Stamford, Conn.), 463
  • Crane, 150 - Ton Electric Travelling (Messrs. Schneider and Co., Creusöt), 108
  • Crane, Stoney’s Tipping, 292
  • Cross-Cutting Power Saw (Reynolds, London), 493
  • Cruiser “ Theseus,” Building (Thames Iron Company), 334
  • Curves, Transition, 619
  • Cycle Ball Bearings Machinery, 527, 528, 530
  • Cyclone Disintegrator and Pulveriser (Central
  • Cyclone Company, London), 219
  • Cyrus Roberts Railway Hand Car, 509
  • Damage to H.M.S. “ Howe,” 20, 304
  • Dating Machine, Ticket Cancelling, Registering and (Keller Printing Company, New York), 414
  • Depositing Concrete at Bilbao, 231, 242, 269
  • Depositor for Concrete, La Guaira Harbour (Stothert and Pitt, Limited, Bath), 410, 411
  • Derrick for Boring Salt Wells, 316. See 344, 345
  • Detrick and Harvey Open-Side Planing Machine, 559
  • Detroit Bridge and Iron Works, 60-Ft. Locomo¬tive Turntable, 697
  • Development of South African Railways ; Dia¬grams, 265, 512, 655, 656
  • Diagram of Attendance at Chicago Exhibition, 613
  • Diagram Showing Effect of Slagball on Steam Temperature, 467. See also 435
  • Diagram of Metal Prices, 24, 156, 312, 430, 550, 709, 800
  • Diagram of Shipbuilding in United Kingdom, 767
  • Diagram, Temperature-Entropy, 53
  • Diagrams of Compressed Air Distribution, 28, 29, 30
  • Diagrams, Indicator, on a “Time-Base” for Engines, &c., 669
  • Diagrams of South African Railway Working, 655, 656. See 265, 512
  • Digger, Steam Excavator (Bucyrus Company, Ohio, 174, 175
  • Dining, Pullman, Cars, 566, 567, 750, 751
  • Disintegrator and Pulveriser, Cyclone (Central Cyclone Company, London), 219
  • Distribution of Compressed Air, 28, 29, 30
  • Distribution of Loads on Bridge Floors, 319
  • Dock Extension, Graving, at Leghorn, 76, 77, 92
  • Dortmund Sewage Purification System, 720, 721, 723
  • Douglas's Paper on Flashing and Occulting Lights, 122
  • Dover Harbour Extension, 87
  • Dredger, Sand Pump, “ Brancker,” for the Mersey (Naval Construction Co., Barrow), 801
  • Drilling Machine, Boiler Turning, Boring and (Rushworth, Sowerby Bridge), 531
  • Drilling, Plate, Machine at Fairfield (G. and A. Harvey, Govan), 72
  • Drills, Electric Rock, 523
  • Du Temple Water-Tube Boiler, 129
  • Duckham’s Pneumatic Grain Elevator and Con¬veyor (East Ferry-Road Engineering Works Company), 59
  • Dump Car, Rotary (Bloomsburg Company, Penn.), 360
  • Dumping Car (Thacher Car and Construction Company, New York), 636, 637, 640
  • Dunkirk, Port of, 143, 190
  • Duplex Angle-Shearing Machine (Hilles and Jones, Wilmington, Del.), 136
  • Dynamo and Engine for Search Light (Beiliss, Limited), 439
  • Dynamo, Parsons’ Steam Turbine and, 125
  • Dynamo, Schichau, St. Petersburg Medical Academy, 356, 357, 373
  • Dynamo, Siemens, Electric Light Station, Kings¬ton, 692, 693, 696
  • Early American Locomotives, 476, 542
  • Eastman Car Company, Boston, Automatic Heat¬ing and Ventilating Car, 262, 263
  • Eaton and Prince Company, Elevators, 508, 725
  • Edwards’ Automatic Sprinklers, 617
  • Egypt, Irrigation in, Fayftm and Lake Moeris, 685 ; Kosheshah Escape, 163, 166, 167
  • Electric Arc Lamp, Inverted, Lighting Work¬shops, 554
  • Electric Elevator, Direct (Morse, Williams, and Co., Philadelphia), 239
  • Electric Light in Buda-Pesth, 280
  • Electric Light in Lighthouses, 111, 223, 254, 255, 256
  • Electric Lighthouse of La Hève, Havre, 7, 9, 10, 42, 43
  • Electric Lighting Plant (Imperial Medical Aca¬demy, St. Petersburg), Schichau, 356, 357, 373
  • Electric Lighting Station (Kingston), Beiliss and Siemens, 692, 693, 696
  • Electric Plant, Bilbao Breakwater, 230, 231, 242, 269. See also 371
  • Electric Railways, 279
  • Electric Road Railway, Marseilles and St. Louis, 499, 500, 561, 562, 563, 627 Electric Rock Drills, 523
  • Electric Travelling Crane at Niagara, 50-Ton (Sellers and Co.), 780, 781
  • Electric Travelling Crane, 150-Ton (Messrs. Schneider and Co., Creusöt), 108
  • Elevator and Conveyor, Pneumatic Grain (East Ferry-Road Engineering Works Company), 59
  • Elevator, Direct Electric (Morse, Williams, and Co., Philadelphia), 239
  • Elevator Gear, Screw (Standard Screw Elevator Company, New York), 361
  • Elevator, Testing (American Company), 649
  • Elevators (Eaton and Prince Company, Chicago), 508, 725
  • Elliott’s Smoke Annihilatoratthe Mint, Birming¬ham, 708
  • Ellis, Induced Hot-Air Draught and Serve Tubes, 346
  • Embossing Press (E. W. Bliss Company, Brook¬lyn), 534
  • Engine, Automatic, Robb-Armstrong, Nova Scotia, 16, 25, 26
  • Engine, Bessemer Blowing, 368
  • Engine, Compound Mill, 400 Horse-Power (Ross and Duncan, Govan), 454
  • Engine and Dynamo for Search Light (Beiliss, Limited), 439
  • Engine, Fire, for Callao, Double-Cylinder Steam (Fire Appliances Company), 724
  • Engine, Horizontal, with Proell Valve Gear (Marshall, Gainsborough), 704
  • Engine, Marine, Repairs, 115
  • Engine, Quadruple-Expansion 3000 Horse-Power (Allis Company, Milwaukee), 648, 688, 689, 695
  • Engine, Steam Fire, Merryweather, 309
  • Engine, Vertical, and Centrifugal Pump (Thwaites), 771
  • Engine Vibration (Yarrow), 187, 270, 271. Normand, 509
  • Engine, Willans (M. C. Bullock Company, Chi¬cago), 600
  • Engines, Auxiliary Pumps of, 589
  • Engines, Compound Beam, of Paddle Steamer “ Honam” (Messrs. Inglis, Glasgow), 265, 271
  • Engines, Diagonal Surface-Condensing Com¬pound, S.S. “ Fairy Queen,” 605, 608
  • Engines, Indicator Diagrams on a “ Time-Base,” 669
  • Engines, Triple Expansion, of S.S. “Condor” (Forges et Chantiers de la Mediterranée, 792
  • Engines, Triple-Expansion, Italian Torpedo Gun¬boat “Aretusa” (Orlando Brothers, Leghorn), 756, 757, 759
  • Engines, Triple-Expansion, of Dr. Nansen’s Polar Ship “Fram”(Akers Mek. Vaerksted, Norway), 11
  • Engines, Triple-Expansion, of the Pacific Steamer “Iberia” (Rollo, Liverpool), 206, 207. See 420
  • Engines, Triple-Expansion, for Turkish Gunboat (Arsenal, Constantinople), 664, 670
  • Engines, 1200 H.-P. Tandem Compound (McIntosh and Seymour, Auburn, N.Y.), 145, 148
  • Ensign Company, Huntington, West Virginia, Canda Contracting Chill for Car Wheels, 477 ; Snow Plough, 446
  • Ergometer, Water-Cooled Brake, 280
  • Escape Wheel, Watchmaking, 35
  • Excavator, Steam (Bucyrus Steam Shovel and Dredge Company, Ohio), 174, 175
  • Exhibition, Chicago. See Columbian Exposition
  • Fairfield, Plate-Drilling Machine at (G. and A. Harvey, Govan), 72
  • Fayftm and Lake Mceris, Egypt, Irrigation, 685
  • Feed-Water Filter, Harris’s (Copley, Turner, and Co., Middlesbrough), 50
  • Feed-Water Heater and Purifier (Pape, Henneberg, and Co., Hamburg), 473, 478
  • Fifty-Ton Electric Travelling Crane at Niagara, (Sellers and Co.), 780
  • Filter, Harris’s Feed-Water (Copley, Turner, and Co., Middlesbrough), 50
  • Fire Appliances Company, Double-Cylinder Fire Engine for Callao, 724
  • Fire Engine for Callao, Double-Cylinder Steam (Fire Appliances Company), 724
  • Fire Engine, Merryweather, 309
  • Fire Streams, Hydraulic, 717, 718
  • Flash Light Diagram, 651
  • Flashing and Occulting Lights for Navigation, 122
  • Floors, Distribution of Loads on Bridge, 319
  • Flying Machines (Cellular Kites), 524
  • Foot-Bridge, Harper’s Suspension, 331
  • Forges et Chantiers de la Mediterranée, Engines of S.S. “Condor,” 792
  • Fort and Breakwater at Middelgrunden, 404
  • Forth and Clyde Canal Passenger Steamer “ Fairy Queen,” Diagonal Engines, 605, 608
  • Foundations, Tower Bridge, 352, 353. See also 380, 381, 382, 417, 449, 450, 471, 484
  • Fox Solid Pressed Steel Company’s Car and Truck Frames, 326, 328
  • Fragment Representing Greek Trireme found at Athens, 472
  • “ Fram,” Nansen’s Polar Ship, and Engines (Akers Mek. Vaerksted, Norway), 11
  • Frame, Pressed Steel Car (Fox Solid Pressed Steel Company, Joliet, Ill.), 326, 328
  • Freight Car, Automatic Heating and Ventilating (Eastman Co., Boston), 262, 263
  • Gabriel’s Adjustable Arm Rest, 648
  • Gas Producer, Taylor’s Revolving Bottom (R. D. Wood and Co.), 124
  • Gate, Pneumatic, for Railway Crossings (Bogue and Mills Company, Chicago), 571
  • Geometric Gyroscopic Top, 520
  • Gisholt Machine Company, Madison, Wis., Turret Lathe, 364
  • Gold Recovery Mill for Orion Mine, South Africa, 604
  • Grab, Morgan’s Crane and, 47
  • Grain Elevator and Conveyor, Pneumatic (East Ferry-Road Engineering Works Company), 59
  • Graphic Statics, Indeterminate Cases in, 798
  • Graving Dock at Leghorn, Extension, 76, 77, 92
  • “Great Eastern’’and “Campania” Compared, 286
  • Greek Trireme, Fragment found at Athens, 472
  • Grinder, Lathe Centre (Mr. C. Taylor, Birming¬ham), 617
  • Grinding Machine and Contracting Chill for Car Wheels, 501
  • Guaira, La, Harbour Works, Venezuela, 313, 314, 315, 410, 411
  • Gun, 120-Ton Krupp, 105
  • Gun Lathe, 90-In. (Niles Tool Works Company, Ohio), 407
  • Gun, Transporting Heavy, 105
  • Gunboat “ Aretusa,” Engines, &c., Italian Tor¬pedo (Orlando Brothers, Leghorn), 756, 757, 759
  • Gyroscopic Top, Geometric, 520
  • Hall-Brown, Buttery, and Co., Diagonal Com¬pound Engines S.S. “ Fairy Queen,” 605, 608
  • Hammer, Amphlet’s Pneumatic (W. and J. Player, Birmingham), 46
  • Hammer, 125-Ton Steam (Bethlehem Iron Com¬pany, Pennsylvania), 112, 113, 203
  • Hanrahan’s System Refrigerator Car (United States Car Company, Hegewisch, Ill.), 728
  • Harbour Extension, Dover, 87
  • Harbour, River Tees, 285
  • Harbour Works, Bilbao, 230, 231, 242, 269, 371
  • Harbour Works, La Guaira, Venezuela, 313, 314, 315, 410, 411
  • Harbours on Sandy Coasts (Ostend), 621
  • Harlan and Hollingsworth’s Club Railway Car, 327, 329
  • Harper’s Suspension Foot-Bridge, 331
  • Harris’s Feed-Water Filter (Copley, Turner, and Co., Middlesbrough), 50
  • Hartness Turret Lathe (Jones and Lamson Com¬pany, Springfield, Ver.), 658, 659
  • Harvey, G. and A., Plate-Drilling Machine at Fairfield, 72
  • Harvey Steel Box Oar (Harvey, Ill.), 447
  • Haulage, Wire Rope, Tramway (Trenton Com¬pany, N.J.), 233, 234, 235
  • Havre, Electric Lighthouse, 7, 9, 10, 42, 43
  • Heat by Radiation, Tests, 215
  • Heating Car, Automatic (Eastman Company), Boston), 262, 263
  • Hendy Company, Torrington, Conn. (Screw-Cutting Lathe), 481
  • H.M.S. “ Howe,” Stranded, 20, 304
  • H.M.S. “ Theseus,” Building (Thames Iron Com¬pany), 334
  • H.M.S. “ Victoria” Disaster (Sections, &c.), 574, 579
  • Herbert’s Capstan Lathes, 322
  • Hilles and Jones’ Machine Tools at Columbian Exposition, 136, 137
  • Hoist, Hydraulic Passenger (Eaton and Prince Company, Chicago), 725. See 508
  • Hoist, Testing, 649
  • Hoists. See Elevators
  • “Honam,” Compound Beam Engines, Paddle Steamer (Messrs. Inglis, Glasgow), 265, 271
  • Hose, Hydraulics of Fire Streams, 717, 718
  • “Howe,” Stranded, H.M.S., 20, 304
  • Hydraulic Hoists (Eaton and Prince Company Chicago), 598, 725
  • Hydraulic Machines (R. D. Wood and Co., Phila¬delphia), 37, 38, 39, 40, 202, 204
  • Hydraulic Riveters (Wood’s, Philadelphia), 202, 204. See 37, 38, 39, 40
  • Hydraulic Steam Pump, Duplex (Carruthers, Glasgow), 521
  • Hydraulics of Fire Streams, 717, 718
  • “Iberia,” Converting Engines of Pacific Steamer (Rollo, Liverpool), 206, 207, 420
  • Ice Scraper, Rail, Neven’s, 293
  • Indeterminate Cases in Graphic Statics, 798
  • Indicator Diagrams on a “ Time-Base ” for En¬gines, &c., 669
  • Induced Hot-Air Draught and Serve Tubes in Boilers, 346
  • Inglis, Glasgow, Compound Beam Engines, Paddle Steamer" Honam,” 265, 271
  • Injectors, Lubricators (Nathan Company), 587
  • Intensifier, Hydraulic, Continuous (R. D. Wood and Co., Philadelphia), 38
  • Iron Smelting, 435, 467
  • Irrigation in Egypt, Fayftm and Lake Moeris, 685 ; Kosheshah Escape, 163, 166, 167
  • Isler, Artesian Well Boring, 583, 649
  • Italian Cruiser “ Aretusa,” Engines, &c. (Orlando Brothers, Leghorn), 756, 757, 759
  • Jib Crane, 7-Ton Travelling (Yale and Towne Company, Stamford, Conn.), 270
  • “John Bull,” The Locomotive, 104
  • Johnson, Briquette Machine (Coal and Coke Breeze), 72, 73
  • Jones and Lamson, Springfield, Ver., Hartness Turret Lathe, 658, 659
  • Jull Centrifugal Snow Excavator, 666
  • Keller Printing Company’s Ticket Cancelling, Registering, and Dating Machine, 415
  • Kingston Electric Lighting Station, Beiliss and Siemens, 692, 693, 696
  • Kinipple’s Ship Railways, 61, 62, 63
  • Kites, Cellular, 524
  • Kosheshah Escape, Middle Egypt, 163, 166, 167
  • Krupp Gun, 120-Ton, 105
  • La Guaira Harbour Works, Venezuela, 313, 314, 315, 410, 411
  • La Hève Electric Lighthouse, Havre, 7, 9, 10, 42, 43
  • Laboratories, McGill University, 195, 210
  • Ladder, Companion, with Self-Adjusting Steps (Campbell), 13
  • Lagrafel-D’Allest Water-Tube Boiler, 97, 98
  • Laissle Pulley-Moulding Machine, 415
  • Lake Moeris and Fayftm, Egypt, Irrigation, 685
  • Lamp, Arc, Inverted, Lighting Workshops, 554
  • Lamps, Robson-Brown Burner for Miners’ Safety, 22
  • Lancashire Watch Works, 1, 2, 4, 5, 8, 12, 33, 34, 35, 36, 69, 70
  • Lang, Johnstone, Open-Spindle Capstan Lathe, 431
  • Lathe Centre Grinder (Mr. C. Taylor, Birming¬ham), 617
  • Lathe, 6-In. Foot (Astbury, Grantham), 283
  • Lathe, 90-in. Gun (Niles Tool Works Company, Hamilton, Ohio), 407. See 472, 729
  • Lathe, Norton Screw-Cutting (Hendey Machine Company, Torrington, Conn.), 481
  • Lathe, Open-Spindle Capstan (J. Lang and Sons, Johnstone), 431
  • Lathe, Stud (Niles Tool Works Company), 472
  • Lathe, Turret (Gisholt Machine Company, Madi¬son, Wis.), 364
  • Lathes, Capstan (Mr. A. Herbert, Coventry), 322
  • Lathes, Turret (Jones and Lamson Company, Springfield, Ver.), 658, 659
  • Lathes for Watchmaking, 5, 33, 34, 35, 36, 69, 70
  • Leeds Engineering Company, Piston and Piston Valve Packing, 758
  • Leghorn Graving Dock Extension, 76, 77, 92
  • Leslie Brothers Co., Paterson, N.J. (Rotary Steam Snow Shovel), 267
  • Lever Box, White’s Reversible, 251
  • Lido Entrance to Port of Venice, 288 Lift. See Elevator
  • Light, Electric, in Buda-Pesth, 280
  • Light, Electric Plant, Imperial Medical Academy, St. Petersburg (Schichau), 356,357, 373
  • Light Station (United States Lighthouse Board), 384, 385, 386
  • Lighthouse, Electric, of La Hève, Havre, 7, 9, 10, 42, 43
  • Lighthouse, Flash Lights, 651
  • Lighthouses, Electric Light in, 144, 223, 254, 255, 256
  • Lighting Workshops, 554
  • Lightning Arrester, Non-Arcing, 279
  • Lights, Flash, Diagrams, 651
  • Lights for Navigation, 122
  • “Liguria,” Pacific Steamer; Diagrams (D. Rollo and Son), 420. See also 206, 207
  • Lima Company’s Logging Locomotive, 80, 81, 84
  • Liverpool, Mersey Bar, 451, 495, 801
  • Load Distribution on Bridge Floors, 319
  • Lock Nut, Baxters’, 771
  • Lock, Welch’s Nut, 431
  • Locks (Yale and Towne), 783
  • Locomotive (Baldwin), 170,171,238, 300, 301, 504, 505, 570
  • Locomotive for Beira Railway, South Africa (Brush Company), 512
  • Locomotive (Brooks), 109,116, 274, 479, 537, 601, 603, 754, 756
  • Locomotive, Canadian Pacific Railway, Ten- Wheeled Passenger, 662, 663
  • Locomotive, Compound Express, North-Eastern Railway (Worsdell and Von Borries’ System), 140, 141
  • Locomotive, Compound (Rhode Island Works), 632, 633,784, 785
  • Locomotive, “ John Bull,” Pennsylvania Rail¬road, 104. See also 476, 542
  • Locomotive, Logging (Lima Company, Lima, Ohio), 80, 81, 84
  • Locomotive “999,” Eight-Wheeled (New York Central and Hudson River Railroad Com¬pany), 330, 359, 388, 389, 418, 419
  • Locomotive, Schenectady, 442, 443
  • Locomotive, Standard, of Victorian Railways, 724, 726, 732
  • Locomotive Turntable, 60-Ft. (Detroit Bridge and Iron Works), 697
  • Locomotives, American, 101, 104, 109, 116, 170, 171, 238, 274, 300, 301, 330, 359, 389, 418, 419, 442, 443, 476, 479, 504, 505, 537, 542, 570, 601, 603, 632, 633, 754, 756, 784, 785
  • Locomotives, Early American, 104,476, 542
  • Logging Locomotive (Lima Company, Lima, Ohio), 80, 81, 84
  • Longridge’s Axlebox (Patent Axlebox Com¬pany, Birmingham), 13
  • Lubricators and Injectors (Nathan Company), 587
  • McGill University, 195, 210
  • McIntosh and Seymour, Auburn, N.Y., 1200 H.-P. Tandem Compound Engines, 145,148
  • Machine Drawing, 371
  • Machine Tools (Hilles and Jones Company, Wilmington, Del.), 136,137
  • Maginnis’s T-Square Attachment, 463
  • Main, Failure of Steel Water, 22
  • “ Majestic ” State Room, 133
  • Marine Engine Repairs, 115
  • Marseilles and St. Louis Electric Road Railway, 499, 500, 561, 562, 563, 627
  • Marshall, Gainsborough, Horizontal Engine with Proell Valve Gear, 704
  • Merryweather Steam Fire Engine, 309
  • Mersey Bar, Dredging, 451, 495, 801
  • Metal Price Diagram, 24,156, 312, 430, 550,709,800
  • Metallic Packing, Ward’s, 493
  • Middelgrunden. Breakwater and Fort, 404
  • Middlesbrough Salt Industry, 316, 344, 345
  • Milk, Railway Truck, 786
  • Mill for Orion Gold Mine, South Africa, 604
  • Milling Machine, Vertical (Hilles and Jones, Wil¬mington, Del.), 137
  • Miners’ Safety Lamp Burners (Robson-Brown), 22
  • Mint, Birmingham, Elliott’s Smoke Annihilator, 708
  • Mississippi, Pontoon Bridge over, 480
  • “Mogul ” Locomotive, Brooks, 274. See 479
  • Morgan’s Crane and Grab, 47
  • Morse, Williams, and Co., Philadelphia, Electric Elevator, 239
  • Motor, Marseilles and St. Louis Electric Railway, 499, 500, 561, 562, 563, 627
  • Moulding Machine, Pulley- (Hugo Laissle and Co., Oberkochen, Wurtemberg), 415
  • Mustard-Lane Bridge, Blasting, 774
  • Nailmaking Machine (Severance Company, Duluth, Minnesota), 593
  • Nansen’s Polar Shi)) “ Fram,” Engines (Akers Mek. Vrorksted, Norway), 11
  • Napier’s Steam Steering Gear, 535
  • Nathan Company’s Lubricators and Injectors, New York, 587
  • Naval Construction and Armaments Company’s Dredger “ Brancker,” 801
  • Navvy, Steam (Bucyrus Company, Ohio), 174,175
  • Neven’s Rail Ice Scraper, 293 New South Wales Courts, Chicago, 700, 744
  • Niagara, 50-Ton Electric Crane at (Sellers and Co.), 780, 781
  • “ Niagara” Pulveriser (Coward and Ihlee, Bath), 323
  • “ Nile,’’Steam Steering Gear of S.S. (Napiers'), 535
  • Niles Tool Works Company 90-in. Gun Lathe, 407; Planing Machine, 729, 392, 397; Stud Lathe, 472
  • “ 999,” Eight-Wheeled Locomotive (New York Central and Hudson River Railroad), 330, 359, 388, 389, 418, 419
  • Non-Arcing Lightning Arrester, 279
  • Normand Boiler, 129
  • Normand and Engine Vibration, 509. See also 187, 270
  • Norton Screw-Cutting Lathe (Hendey Machine Company, Torrington, Conn.), 481
  • Nozzles, Hydraulics of Eire Streams, 717, 718
  • Nut, Baxters’ Lock, 771
  • Nut Lock, Welch’s, 431
  • Oil-Carrying Steamers, 65, 66, 93, 95, 96
  • Open Spindle Capstan Lathe (J. Lang and Sons, Johnstone), 431
  • Opening Span, Tower Bridge, 449, 450. See 380,
  • 381, 382, 352, 353, 417, 471, 484
  • Ore-Washing Machine, Sennett’s, 758
  • Oriolle Water-Tube Boiler, 97, 98
  • Orion Gold-Mining Mill, South Africa, 604
  • Orlando Brothers, Leghorn, Engines Italian Gunboat “Aretusa,” 756, 757, 759
  • Ostend Harbour, Sandy Coasts, 621
  • Pacific Steamer “ Iberia,” Engines and Boilers (Rollo, Liverpool), 206, 207, 420
  • Packing, Piston Valve (Leeds Engineering Company), 758
  • Packing, Ward’s Metallic, 493
  • Paddle Steamer for Bosphorus (Thames Iron Com¬pany), 651
  • Paddle Steamer “Honam,” Compound Beam Engines (Messrs. Inglis, Glasgow), 265, 271
  • Pape, Henneberg, and Co., Combined Feed Water Heater and Purifier, 473, 478
  • Parsons’ Steam Turbine Dynamo and Alternator, 125
  • Passenger Elevator, Hydraulic (Eaton and Prince Company, Chicago), 725
  • Passenger Locomotive. See Locomotives
  • Passenger Steamer. See Steamers
  • Pavilion, Pennsylvania Railroad, 101
  • Peckham’s Extension Tramway Truck, 755
  • Pennsylvania Railroad Company at Chicago Ex¬position, 101, 102, 104, 105. See also 477
  • Peru, A New, 749, 777
  • Petroleum. See also Oil
  • Petroleum-Carrying Steamers, 65, 66, 93, 95, 96
  • Pillar Crane, 10-Ton, Yale and Towne Company, Stamford, U.S.A., 463
  • Pinion-Making Machines for Watchmaking, 4, 8, 12, 33, 36, 69, 70
  • Pipe, Failure of Steel Water Main, 22
  • Piston and Valve Packing (Leeds Engineering Company), 758
  • Piura, Map of, 749, 777
  • Piura, Road Bridge at, 629
  • Planing Machine (Niles Tool Works Company, Hamilton, Ohio), 392, 397. See 472, 729
  • Planing Machines, Open-Side (Detrick and Har¬vey Company, Baltimore), 559
  • Plate-Drilling Machine at Fairfield (O. and A. Harvey, Govan), 72
  • Plate Shears for Clydebridge Steel Works (Craig and Donald, Johnstone), 266
  • Plate-Straightening Machine (Hilles and Jones, Wilmington, Del.), 136
  • Plate Tests, Bethlehem Armour-, 213
  • Platt, Mr. S., Tube-Fitting Screwing Machine, 157
  • Player, W. and J., Amphlet’s Pneumatic Hammer, 46
  • Pneumatic Caulking and Chipping Tool, Ross's, 466
  • Pneumatic Gate for Railway Crossings (Bogue and Mills Company, Chicago), 571
  • Pneumatic Grain Elevator and Conveyor (East Ferry-Road Engineering Works Company), 59
  • Pneumatic Hammer, Amphlet’s (W. and J. Player, Birmingham), 46
  • Pneumatic Riveter, 23
  • Polar Ship “ Fram,” Nansen's (Engines by Akers Mek. Vaerksted, Norway), 11
  • Pontoon Bridge over Mississippi, 480
  • Port of Dunkirk, 143, 190
  • Port of Venice, Lido Entrance to, 288
  • Ports on Sandy Coasts (Ostend), 621
  • Post Office Locks, 783
  • Prescot, Watchmaking in, Lancashire, 1, 2, 4, 5, 8, 12, 33, 34, 35, 36, 69, 70
  • Press, Boyd Brick (Messrs. Chisholm, Boyd, and White, Chicago), 628
  • Press, Embossing (Bliss Co., Brooklyn), 534
  • Problem, A Catenary, 798
  • Producer, Taylor’s Revolving-Bottom Gas (R. D. Wood and Co.), 124
  • Proell Valve Gear, Horizontal Engine (Marshall Gainsborough), 704
  • Propellers of Pacific Steamer “Iberia” (Rollo, Liverpool), 206. See 420
  • Prussian State Railway, First-Class Passenger Carriage, 178
  • Pulley-Moulding Machine (Hugo Laissle and Co., Oberkochen, Wurtemberg), 415
  • Pullman Cars, 566, 567, 750, 751
  • Pulsometer, Development of, 665
  • Pulveriser and Disintegrator (Central Cyclone Company, London), 219
  • Pulveriser, “Niagara” (Coward and Ihlee, Bath), 323
  • Pump, Centrifugal, and Vertical Engine (Thwaites), 771
  • Pump Dredger, Sand, 451, 495, 801
  • Pump, Pulsometer, Development of, 665
  • Pumps, Duplex Hydraulic Steam (Messrs. Car¬ruthers and Co., Glasgow), 521
  • Pumps of Steam Engines, 589
  • Punching Machine, Hydraulic (R. D. Wood and Co., Philadelphia), 39
  • Punching and Shearing Machine (Britannia Com¬pany), 679
  • Purification of Sewage, 720, 721, 723
  • Purifier, Feed-Water Heater and (Pape, Henne- berg, and Co., Hamburg), 473, 478
  • Quadruple-Expansion Engine, 3000-H.P. (Allis Company, Milwaukee), 648, 688, 689, 695
  • Radiation, Heat of, Tests, 215
  • Rail Ice Scraper, Neven’s, 293
  • Railroad Accident on Old Colon}’ Railroad, Chester, Mass., 422
  • Railway Ballast Distributing Car, 296, 297
  • Railway, Beira, Locomotive and Carriage (Brush Company), 512
  • Railway Carriage, Prussian State (First - Class Passenger), 178
  • Railway Cars. See Cars, Trucks, Wagons Railway Crossing Pneumatic Gate (Bogue and Mills, Chicago), 571
  • Railway, Electric Road, Marseilles and St. Louis, 499, 500, 561, 562, 563, 627
  • Railway Hand Car (Cyrus Roberts), 509
  • Railway Lever Box, White’s Reversible, 251
  • Railways, Electric, 279
  • Railways, Ship, 61, 62, 63
  • Railways, South African, 265, 655, 656
  • Railways, Victorian, Locomotives and Cars, 724, 726, 732, 786, 788, 789
  • Reducing Valve, Brier’s, 283
  • Reducing Valve, Reid’s Steam-, 343
  • Refrigerator Car (American Refrigerator Transit Company, St. Louis), 596, 597
  • Refrigerator Car (Hanrahan’s System) (United States Car Company, Hegewisch, Ill.), 728
  • Refrigerator Car (Wickes Car Company), 538, 539
  • Registering, and Dating Machine, Ticket Cancel¬ling (Keller Printing Company, New York), 414
  • Reid’s Automatic Steam-Reducing Valve, 343
  • Reservoirs, Irrigation, in Egypt, 163, 685
  • Rest, Gabriel’s Adjustable Arm, 648
  • Reynolds’ Cross-Cutting Saw, 493
  • Rhode Island Compound Locomotive, 632, 633, 784, 785
  • River Tees, Plan, 285
  • Riveter, Pneumatic, 23
  • Riveting Machines, Hydraulic (Woods, Phila¬delphia), 39, 40, 202, 204
  • Road Bridge in Peru, 629 .
  • Robb-Armstrong Automatic Engine (Robb Engi¬neering Company, Nova Scotia), 16, 25, 26
  • Robson-Brown Burner for Miners’ Safety Lamps 22
  • Rock Blasting, 713, 714, 774
  • Rock Drills, Electric, 523
  • Rodger’s Ballast-Distributing Car, 296, 297
  • Rolling Stock of Victorian Railways, 724, 726, 732, 786, 788, 789
  • Rollo, D., and Sons, Converting Engines of the Pacific Steamer “ Iberia,” 206, 207, 420
  • Ross and Duncan, 400 Horse-Power Compound Mill Engine, 454
  • Ross’s Pneumatic Caulking and Chipping Tool, 466
  • Rotary Dump Car (Bloomsburg Car Company, Bloomsburg, Penn.), 360
  • Rotary Steam Snow Shovel (Leslie Brothers Company, Paterson, N.J.), 267
  • Rushworth, Sowerby Bridge, Boiler Turning, Boring, and Drilling Machine, 531
  • Safe, Chubb's, 401
  • St. Louis and Marseilles Electric Road Railway, 499, 500, 561, 562, 563, 627
  • Salado Bridge, Buenos Ayres and Rosario Rail¬way, 508
  • Salt industry, Middlesbrough, 316, 344, 345
  • Sand Pump Dredging, 451, 495, 801
  • Sandv Coast Ports (Ostend), 621
  • Saw, Cross-Cutting Power (Reynolds, London), 493
  • Schenectady Locomotive, 442, 443
  • Schichau Electric Lighting Plant (Imperial Medical Academy, St. Petersburg), 356,357, 373
  • Schneider and Co., 150-Ton Electric Crane, 108
  • Screw-Cutting Lathe, Norton (Hendey Company, Torrington, Conn.), 481
  • Screw Elevator Gear (Standard Elevator Com¬pany, New York), 361
  • Screwing Machine, Tube-Fitting (Mr. Samuel Platt, Wednesbury), 157
  • Search Light, Engine and Dynamo (Beiliss, Limited), 439
  • Sellers and Co., 50-Ton Electric Travelling Crane, 780, 781
  • Sennett’s Ore-Washing Machine, 758
  • Serve Tubes in Boilers, Induced Hot-Air Draught, 346
  • Severance Nailmaking Machine, 593
  • Sewage Purification Plant, 720,721, 723
  • Shearing Machine, Duplex Angle (Hilles and Jones, Wilmington, Del.), 136
  • Shearing Machine, Hydraulic (R. D. Wood and Co., Philadelphia), 38
  • Shearing Machine, Plate (Craig and Donald), Johnstone), 266
  • Shearing and Punching Machine (Britannia Com¬pany), 679
  • Ship Railways, 61, 62, 63
  • Shipbuilding in the United Kingdom, Diagram, 767
  • Siemens Electric Light Station, Kingston, 692, 693, 694, 696, 696
  • Sinking of the “ Victoria," Sections, &c., 574, 579
  • Sleeping and Observation Cars (Pullman), 566, 567, 750, 751
  • Smoke Annihilator, Elliott’s, at Mint, Birming¬ham, 708
  • Snow Excavator, Jull Centrifugal, 666
  • Snow Plough (Ensign Company, Huntington, West Virginia), 446
  • Snow Shovel, Rotary Steam (Leslie Brothers Manufacturing Company, Paterson, N. J.), 267
  • South African Railways, 265, 655, 656
  • Spanner, 371
  • Spring Balance, Origin of, 797
  • Sprinkler, Edwards’ Automatic, 617
  • Standard Screw Elevator Gear, 361
  • State-Room of “ Teutonic,” 133
  • Statics, Indeterminate Cases in Graphic, 798
  • Steam Elevator, 508
  • Steam Excavator (Bucyrus Company, Ohio), 174, 175
  • Steam Hammer, 125-Ton (Bethlehem Iron Company, Pennsylvania), 112, 113, 203
  • Steam Pumps, Duplex Hydraulic (Messrs. J. H. Carruthers and Co., Glasgow), 521
  • Steam Steering Gear, Napier’s, 535
  • Steam Turbine, Dynamo, and Alternator, Par¬sons’, 125
  • Steamer “ Fairy Queen,” Forth and Clyde Canal, Diagonal Engines, 605, 608
  • Steamer “ Iberia,” Converting Engines of (Rollo, Liverpool), 206, 207, 420
  • Steamer “Nile,” Steering Gear, Napier's, 535
  • Steamer, Paddle, for Bosphorus (Thames Iron Company), 551
  • Steamer, Paddle, “ Honam,” Compound Beam Engines (Messrs. Inglis, Glasgow), 265, 271
  • Steamers “ Campania ” and “ Great Eastern,” 286
  • Steamers, Oil-Carrying, 65, 66, 93, 95, 96
  • Steel Box Car (Harvey Company, Harvey, III.), 447
  • Steel Water Main, Failure, 22
  • Steering Gear, Napier’s Steam, 535
  • Stone-Dressing Machine (Brunton and Trier, London), 259
  • Stoney’s Tipping Crane, 292
  • Stothert and Pitt’s Depositor for Concrete, La Guaira Harbour, 410, 411
  • Straightening Machine, Plate- (Hilles and Jones, Wilmington, Del.), 136
  • Stud Lathe (Niles Tool Works, Hamilton, Ohio), 472 ’
  • Surplus Valve (Cockburn, Glasgow), 372
  • Suspension Chains, Tower Bridge, 380, 381, 382.
  • See also 352, 353, 417, 449, 450, 471, 484
  • Suspension Footbridge, Harper’s, 331
  • T-Square Attachment, Maginnis’s, 463
  • Taylor, Mr. C., Centre Lathe Grinder, 617
  • Taylor’s Revolving-Bottom Gas Producer, (R. D Wood and Co.), 124
  • Tees River, Plan, 285
  • Temperature-Entropy Diagram, 53
  • Tender of 12-Wheeled Brooks Locomotive, 601
  • Testing Elevator (American Company), 649
  • “ Teutonic” State-Room, 133
  • Thacher Car and Construction Company, New York, Dumping Car, 636, 637, 640
  • Thames Iron Company, Cruiser “ Theseus,” 334
  • Thames Iron Company, Paddle Steamer for Bos¬phorus, 551
  • Thames, Tower Bridge, 352, 353, 380, 381, 382, 417, 449, 450, 471, 484
  • "Theseus,” Cruiser (Thames Iron Company), 334
  • Thornycroft Tubulous Boiler for Torpedo-Boat Destroyer, 667
  • Thornycroft’8 Water-Tube Boiler, 128
  • Thrust Shaft, Ball Bearings for, 310, 391, 429, 483, 572, 698. See Letters
  • Thrust Shaft of Pacific Steamer “ Iberia” (Rollo, Liverpool), 206. S6e 420
  • Thwaites’ Engine and Centrifugal Pump, 771
  • Ticket Cancelling, Registering, and Dating Ma¬chines (Keller Printing Co., New York), 414
  • Tipping Boxes for Depositing Concrete at La Guaira Breakwater (Messrs. Stothert and Pitt, Limited), 410, 411
  • Tipping Crane, Stoney’s, 292
  • Titan, Electric, Bilbao Breakwater, 230, 231, 242, 269
  • Tools, Machine, at Chicago Exposition, 136, 137
  • Top, Geometric Gyroscopic, 520
  • Torpedo-Boat Destroyer, Tubulous Boiler (Thornycroft), 667
  • Torpedo Gunboat “ Aretusa,” Italian, Engines, &c., of (Orlando Brothers, Leghorn), 756, 757, 759
  • Tower Bridge, 352, 353, 380, 381, 382, 417, 449, 450, 471, 484
  • Tramway, Electric, Marseilles and St. Louis, 499, 500, 561, 562, 563, 627
  • Tramway Truck, Peckham's Extension, 755
  • Tramway Wire Rope Haulage (Trenton Com¬pany, N. J.), 233, 234, 235
  • Transition Curves, 619
  • Transporting Heavy Guns, Truck for, 105
  • Travelling Crane, 7-Ton (Yale and Towne Manu¬facturing Company, Stamford, Conn.), 270
  • Travelling, 50-Ton, Electric Crane (Sellers and Co.), 780, 781
  • Travelling, 150-Ton, Electric Crane (Messrs. Schneider and Co., Creusöt), 108
  • Trenton Iron Company’s Wire Rope Haulage (Trenton, N. J.), 233, 234, 235
  • Triple-Expansion Engines. See Engines Trireme, Greek, Fragment found at Athens, 472
  • Trough Floors, Bridges, Distribution of Loads on, 319
  • Truck. See also Car and Wagon
  • Truck Frame, Pressed Steel (Fox Solid Pressed Steel Company, Joliet, III.), 326, 328
  • Truck, Peckham’s Extension Tramway, 755
  • Truck for Transporting Heavy Krupp Gun, 105
  • Tube-Fitting Screwing Machine (Mr. Samuel Platt, Wednesbury), 157
  • Tubulous Boiler of H.M.S. “ Daring ” (Thorny¬croft), 667
  • Tubulous Boilers, 97, 98, 128, 129, 667
  • Turbine Dynamo and Alternator, Parsons’ Steam. 125
  • Turkish Gunboat Triple - Expansion Engines (Arsenal, Constantinople), 664, 670
  • Turning Machine, Ball Bearing, 527, 528, 530
  • Turning Machine, Boiler, Boring and Drilling Combined (Rushworth, Sowerby Bridge), 531
  • Turntable, 60-Ft. Locomotive (Detroit Bridge and Iron Works), 697
  • Turret Lathe, Gisholt Machine Companv, Madi¬son, Wis., 364
  • Turret Lathes (Jones and Lamson Company, Springfield, Ver.), 658, 669
  • Tweddell’s Pneumatic Riveter, 23
  • United States Car Company, Hegewisch, Illinois, Refrigerator Car, 728
  • University, McGill, 195, 210
  • Valve, Brier’s Reducing, 283
  • Valve Gear, Proell, Horizontal Engine (Marshall, Gainsborough), 704
  • Valve Packing, Piston (Leeds Engineering Com¬pany), 758
  • Valve, Reid’s Automatic Steam-Reducing, 343
  • Valve, Surplus (Cockburn, Glasgow), 372
  • Venice, Lido, Entrance to Port of, 288
  • Vibration Diagrams, Italian Torpedo Gunboat “Aretusa” (Orlando Brothers, Leghorn), 756, 767
  • Vibration, Engine (Yarrow), 187, 270, 271 ; Nor¬mand, 509
  • “ Victoria ” Disaster (Sections, &c.), 674, 579
  • Victorian Railways, Locomotives and Cars. 724. 726, 732, 786, 788, 789
  • Wagon. See also Car
  • Wagons, Standard, of Victorian Railways, 724 726, 732, 786, 788, 789
  • Ward’s Metallic Packing, 493
  • Washing Ore and Coal, Sennett’s Machine, 758
  • Watchmaking Works, Lancashire, 1, 2,4, 5, 8, 12 33, 34, 35, 36, 69, 70
  • Water-Cooled Brake Ergometer, 280
  • Water-Tube Boiler of H.M.S. “ Daring ’’(Thorny¬croft), 667 V *
  • Water-Tube Boilers, 97, 98, 128, 129, 667
  • Welch's Nut Lock, 431
  • Well, 13-In. Artesian Bored (Isler, London), 649
  • Well-Boring Machine (Isler, London), 583
  • White Star Pavilion at Columbian Exposition 133
  • White’s Reversible Lever Box, 251
  • Wickes’ Refrigerator Car at Chicago, 538, 539
  • Willans Engine (M. C. Bullock Companv. Chi¬cago), 600
  • Wire Rope Haulage for Tramways (TrenUn Company, N.J.), 233, 234, 235
  • Wood and Co.’s, R. D., Hydraulic Machine Tools. 37, 38, 39, 40, 202, 204
  • Wood, R. D. and Co , Taylor’s Gas Producer, 124
  • Worm Gear Belt Elevator, 508
  • Worsdell and Von Borries’ System, Compound Locomotive, 140, 141
  • Yale and Towne Company, 10-Ton Pillar Crane 463 ; Travelling Crane, 270; Post Office Locks,
  • Yarrow and Engine Vibration, 187, 270, 271 Normand, 609
  • Yarrow’s Water-Tube Boiler, 129

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