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The Engineer 1883/10/19

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Main Subjects

  • Advantages of Constructing, Ventilating and Working Long Railway Tunnels, with Three Separate Openings, by Thomas Russell Crampton, p 308.
  • Arrangement of Signals at Talbot Road Station, Blackpool, Railway Signal Co, p 299. (Illustrated)
  • Bridge over the Taff, Pontypridd, Glamorgan, Maynard and Cooke, Engineers, p 302. (Illustrated)
  • Infringement of the Lowmoor Brand in Rivet Making, p 309.
  • Editorial, p305.
    • The Defects of our Telephone System.
    • Professioanl Etiquette.
    • Recent Railway Accidents.
    • Nest Gearing and Roller Friction.
    • The Amonia Obtained by the Distillation of Coal.
    • Shipbuilding at Sunderland.
    • A Result of the Daphne Disaster.
    • Counterfeiting the Lowmoor Brand.
  • Gladstone Express Locomotive, London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, p 295 - p 297. (Illustrated)
  • Patent Journal, p 311.
  • Warnerke's Pocket Actinometer, p 299. (Illustrated)

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