The Engineer 1882/07/28
1882 July 28th PDF
- Barlows Expanding Mandrel, H. B. Barlow, p 65. (Illustrated)
- Editorial, p 69.
- High Speed Channel Steamers.
- Faith in Smells.
- Something Like Gas.
- Yorkshire Colleries Abandoned Since the YEar 1874.
- Cheap Ocean Telegraphy.
- Londons' Coal Supply.
- Insulation for Telegraphic and Telephonic Purposes.
- Engine of the SS Pilgrim, John Roach and Son p 61 and p 68. (Illustrated)
- Exhibition of Life Saving Appliances, Alexandra Palace, p 72.
- Five Ton Travelling Crane, Monkbridge Ironworks, p 64. (Illustrated)
- Letters to the Editor, p 67.
- Mechanical Refrigeration of Air, No. 1. by Thomas Bell Lightfoot, p 71.
- Miscellaneous Exhibits at the 1882 Royal Agricultural Show. p 59.(Illustrated)
- New Works at Calais Harbour, No.1. p 66.
- Patent Journal, p 75.
- Skeldergate Bridge, York, over the River Ouse, George Gordon Page, Engineer, p 68a (Illustrated) and p 73.
- Trial of Hay Drying Apparatus and Fans at 1882 Royal Agricultural Show, p 60. (Illustrated)
- Visits in the Provinces, Hathorn, Davey and Co, p 59.
- Wotherspoons' Spring Buffers for Steering Gear, A. and R. Brown, p 65. (Illustrated)
- Wrought Iron Framed Steam Hammer, Thwaites Brothers, p 65. (Illustrated)