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The Engineer 1903/03/20

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  • Contents, p 293.

Main Subjects

  • 1903 Buenos Aires Exhibition, p 283.
  • A Floating School - "The Young America", p 291 and p 295. (Illustrated).
  • Editorial, p 293.
    • A 'Useful Fleet' A La Francaise.
    • Accelerated Trains.
    • Submarines in The United States.
    • Royal Naval Reserves.
    • Municipal Trading in Marylebone.
    • Copper.
  • Electric Railways in Europe, p 282 - 283.
  • Four-Coupled Tank Engine, Great Central Railway, p 298. (Illustrated).
  • Great Eastern Railway - Education of Apprentices, p 302.
  • Highest Railway in The World, p 298.
  • Railway Construction in Russia, p 286.
  • South Africa From An Engineer's Point of View, No XXI p 281 - 282 and p 287. (Illustrated).
    • Joseph Newey.
    • Orange River Farming Co.
    • Boer Dam. (Illustrated).
  • Safety Appliances on American Railways, p 297.


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