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The Engineer 1906 Jan-Jun: Index: Illustrations

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The Engineer 1906 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1906 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1906 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1906 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1906 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1906 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1906 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1906 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1906 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1906 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1906 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1906 Jan-Jun: Illustrations Index.

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List of Names.

  • BAILEY, Stanley C., Geology in Relation to Engineering, 261, 262, 313, 335
  • Baldwin Oil Fuel Locomotive, 453, 456, 457
  • Barracca Lift, The, 612
  • Barrow, Boiler House Plant, Vickers, Sons and Maxim’s Electric Light and Power Generating Station, 458
  • Basle, New Bridge at, 398, 399, 400
  • Belgian State Railways, Heavy Banking Locomotive, Soc. Anonyme de St. Leonard {Supplement February 2nd, 1996), 109, 113
  • Berlin, Engines and Generators at the Moabit Central Station {Supplement June 22nd^ 1906), 625
  • Beyer, Peacock and Co., Limited, Electrically- driven Wheel Lathe (Supplement, February ? 23rrf, 1906)
  • Beyer, Peacock and Co., Limited, 40 Horse-power Steam Lorry, 216, 217, 218
  • Borsig, A., Locomotive Steam Crane, 72
  • Bradley and Craven, Limited, Briquette-making Machine, 328, 329
  • Braunschweigische Maschinenbau Anstalt Oil and Fat Extractor, 497
  • Bretherton and Bevan, Messrs., 6-Ton Steam Wagon, 320
  • British Rolling Stock from 1894 to 1904, Earning Power of, 136
  • Brown, Mr. Oswald, 163
  • Brown, Lenox and Co., Chain Cable, 22
  • Bruce, Mr. Robt. A., Worm Contact, 98, 99, 100, 123
  • Brunel and Great Eastern Cable, 22
  • Buckton and Co., Limited, Joshua, Double-cutting Planing Machine, 122
  • Buildwas Bridge, Demolition of, 110
  • CAIRO, Rodah Swing Bridge at, 348
  • Canada, New Railways in, 146
  • Capron, A. J., Fluid Steel Presses, 533
  • Causer, Mr. W. G., Corrugating Machine, 565
  • Charing Cross Roof Failure, Broken End of the Rod, 636
  • - Fracture in Tie Rod, Natural S Z9, 37
  • - Removal of, 254
  • Churchward, Mr. G. T., Types of Large Locomotive Boilers, 204, 205
  • Clayton and Shuttleworth’s Shaker, Royal Agricultural Show, 649
  • Clyde, New Dredger for the, Ferguson Bros., 424
  • Coghlan Steel and Iron Company, Limited, Hot Swing Saw, Mr. R. Fawcett, 150
  • Coil Clutch Company, a Large Coil Clutch, 176
  • Commendatore Mari’s Factory for the Production of Artificial Silk, 643, 647
  • Consett Ironworks, Electric Pumping Plant, E. Scott and Mountain, 32, 35
  • Considbre, M., Concrete Piles, Helical Hooping, 57
  • Contraflo Condenser, The, 509 cote d’Azur Rapide, The, 174, 175
  • Cradock and Co., Messrs. Geo., Haulage Clip, 296
  • “Criton ” Water Softener, The, 47
  • Crosier, Stephens and Co., Whitewashing Machine, 122
  • Crossley Brothers, Limited, Double-cylinder Double-acting Gas Engine, 564 50
  • - Horse-power Vertical
  • - Oil Engine, 228, 229
  • - Suction Gas Producer, 627
  • Cruse Controllable Superheater Company, Wrought Steel Steam Valves, 190
  • Cunard Liner Lusitania, J. Brown and Co., Limited (Supplement^ June 1906), 610
  • Cunard Liner, Stern Frames for the New Darlington Forge Company, Limited, 271
  • DAIMLER Company’s Works, Coventry, 446, 447, 450
  • Dale, Sir David, 443
  • Davey Paxman Gas Producer, 602; and Gas Engine, 603
  • Davies and Metcalfe, Limited, High-pressure Locomotive Injector, 120
  • Davis and Co , Messrs. J., Protected Transit, 150
  • Davis and Son, Limited, John, Premium Calculator, 590
  • Davy Brothers, 3000-Ton Forging Press, 428, 429
  • Davy Bros., Limited, 1200-Ton Forging Press, 633
  • Denny and Brothers, Limited, Two New Turbine Steamers, 528
  • Donovan, Mr. E., Pitch-punching Machine, 589
  • Dougill’s Engineering, Limited, Portable Petrol Engine, 536
  • Dounan, Dr. F. G., Cement Volumenometer, 227
  • Dowson Suction Gas Producer, 602
  • Dresden Technical High School, 87, 90, 114, 115 Dudbridge Suction Gas Producer, 602
  • Duke of Edinburgh, H.M. First-class Armoured Cruiser, 374
  • Dungeness to Beachy Head, Coast Erosion Map, 597
  • EAST Coast, Coast Erosion and Reclamation, 543, 544
  • Ewing, J. A., New Scheme of Naval Training, 511
  • FIELDING and Platt’s Suction Gas Producer, 627
  • Fitzgerald, Admiral, on the New Scouts, 343
  • Fletcher and Co., Limited, Geo,, Sugar Cane Crushing Mill (Sxfpplement, January Vlih, 1906), 38, 39
  • Foster’s Thrashing Machine and Wind Stacker, Royal Agricultural Show, 649
  • French Armoured Cruiser, Ernest Renan, 403, 404
  • French Dreadnoughts, The, 549
  • GARSTON Docks, London and North-Western Railway Coal Tips at, Hydraulic Engineering Company, Limited (Suppl&meni, March l^th, 1906), 279
  • Genoa, Port of (Map), 464
  • Germania Company, High and Low • speed Engines, 176
  • Gisclard-Arnodin Suspension Bridge, 93
  • Glasgow and South-Western Railway Six-coupled Locomotive, Mr. Jas. Manson, 1, 4, 5
  • Grandholm Works, Turbines at the, 369
  • Great Central Railway, Three-cylinder Compound Engine, Mr. J. G. Robinson, 56
  • Great Eastern Railway, The Converted Decapod, 392
  • Great Northern Railway, Compound Express Locomotive, Mr. H. A. Ivatt (Supplement^ January 2Qth, 1906), 95
  • Great Western Railway, New French Compound, 105
  • Greenwich Power Station, L.C.C,, 560
  • HAMBURG-AMERICAN Liner Amerika, Electric Lighting, 297 ; Electric Lifts, 318
  • Hamburg Main Sewer, The New, 238, 239
  • Harper, Phillips and Co., Commutator Truiog Machine, 58?
  • Hartlepool Docks, Steam Hopper Barge, and Engines of same, 662
  • Hawthorn, Leslie and Co., Limited, Cargo Steamer Teucer, 372
  • Henderson and Co., John M., Shipbuilding Cable- way at Jarrow, 68, 69
  • Herbert, Limited, Alt, Machining of Locomotive Parts on a Turret Lathe, 510
  • Hindley and Sons, High Speed Gas Engine, 628 ; Power Plant, 628 ; Suction Gas Plant, 629 ,
  • Hornsby and Soils, ^Limited, Paraffin Motor Launch, 500
  • Howard Engineering Company, Hose Clamp, 178 Hulse and Company, Limited, Lathe for Steam Turbine Work, 556
  • ILFRACOMBE to Swansea, Coast Erosion (Map), 620
  • “Indented ” Reinforced Concrete Bar, 580, 581
  • India, North-Western Railway, Flood Damages, 336, 337, 341
  • - Girder Renewals in, 607, 611
  • - North-Western Railway, Girder Renewals, G. H. List (Supplement Marek 2nd, 1906), 147, 148, 158, 159,212
  • - Railway Construction in, 265, 267, 268
  • International Railways, Projected, 241, 242, 291
  • Intra Works of Zust and Co., 520, 521
  • Irish Channel Turbine Steamer Viper. 268
  • Italian Industries (Supplement, April, 2i}tk 1906), 389, 390, 391, 468, 469, 492, 493, 520, 521, 552, 553, 599, 600, 643
  • - Hydraulic Turbines, Riva, Monneret and Co., 468, 469
  • - Motor Car Industry, Pirelli and Co.’s Works, 552, 553, 599, 600
  • - Power Stations (Supplement, April 2^th, 1906), 389, 390, 391
  • JAPANESE Battleship Katori, Engines of, Vickers, Sons and Maxim, Limited (Supple’ May 1906)
  • Jarrow Shipbuilding Cableway, J. M. Henderson and Co., 68, 69, 465
  • Jessop and Appleby, Limited, Electric Goliath Cranes, 229
  • Johannesburg, Alternators for, Messrs. Siemens Bros, and Co., Limited, 278
  • Johnson and Phillips, Cable-laying Machine, 588
  • KINGSTON and Surbiton Tramways, Extra High-tension Cable, 35i
  • Knowles and Sons, Limited, Isle of Wight, Variable Speed Countershaft, 537
  • Korting, Mr. E., Gas Engines, 250 Horse-power and 350 Horse-power, Mather and Platt, 498, 499
  • Korting, Mr. E., Gas-making in Vertical Retorts 383
  • Kynoch’s Suction Gas Producer, 660
  • LAKE Victoria Nyanza, Steamer for, 663
  • Lamp Manufacturing Company, Signal Lamp Burner, 194
  • Leeds Forge Company, Limited, 40-Ton Well Bogie Wagon, 634
  • Lelong, Emile, Chain-making Machinery, 507, 508
  • Leue, Herr Georg, Coaling a Cruiser at Sea, 353
  • Liverpool District, Railways in the, 650, 651, 652, 654
  • London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, Atlantic Type Locomotive, 185
  • London County Council Power Station, Greenwich, 560
  • London Works, Renfrew, 166, 170
  • Longbotham and Co., Limited, R. H , Friction Clutch, 434
  • Lucas, Mr, Ralph, Valveless Motor Car, 200
  • MACLACHLAN and Co., Limited, the Clement Hill, Steamer for Lake Victoria Nyanza, £63, 664
  • Maidens and Dunure Light Railway, 502, 507
  • Malir Bridge, India, Renewing Girders of, 147,148 Manhattan Bridge, 575, 576
  • Manlove, Alliott and Co., Limited, Nine Roller Sugar Cane Crushing Mill (Supplement, Febrit- ary 2Zrd, 1906), 201
  • Masiiam, Lord, 135 -
  • Massey, B. and S., Pneumatic Power Hammer, 586
  • Mather and Platt, Limited, Compound Boating Engine, 380
  • Mersey Suction Gas Plant, 628 *
  • Michele, Mr. Vitale Domenico de, 351
  • Midland Railway, Three-cylinder Compound
  • Express, Mr, R. M. Deoley {Supplement, March ^th, 1908). 243
  • Mirfield Engineering Company, Limited, Hydraulic Broaching and Bushing Presses, 532
  • Montereale, Hydro-electtic Plantat, 130, 131,142
  • Moul and Co., Messrs., Cutmeter, 226
  • Mudd and Co., Piston Rings, 658
  • NATIONAL Gas Company’s Suction Plant, 659
  • Newcastle-upon-Tyne, New Railway Bridge, 524, 525. 547, 648
  • New York Central Railway, Electrification tf, 419, 420, 421, 440
  • Niagara Falls Power Company, Electric Launch, 174
  • Nicolson, Professor J. T., and Mr. Dempster Smith, Machine Tool Design, All-gear Head-stocks, 29; Lathes with Treble Compound-geared Headstocks, 211
  • Nigeria, Motor Launches for, John I. Thornycroft and Co., Limited, 253
  • Nile, Tug Boat for the, Mr. Edw. Hayes, 354
  • Noble and Lund, Limited, Horizontal Drilling and Boring Machine, 14
  • North-Eastern Marine Engineering Company, Electrically-driven Machine Tools, 220, 221
  • - Railway, Four-cylinder Compound Locomotive, Mr. Wilson Worsdell, 455
  • - Company, Locomotive Weighing Mach ioes, Messrs. W. and T. Avor-y, Limited,. 168
  • - Trucks, Method of Loading on, 271
  • Norwich-Yarmouth Canal, Proposed, 493
  • Notodden, Nitrate Factory at; 265
  • Novelty Locomotive, 82
  • PARIS-LYONS-MEDITERRANEAN Railway, Express Engines, 175 ’
  • Paris Show, Mot^r Cars at the, 10, 11,12
  • Parkinson and Son, J,, High-speed Lathes {Supplement, May IHA, 1806), 472, 473
  • Pelton Water Wheel, Mr, Percy Pitman, 2£0
  • Penrose and Co., Limited, Electric Lift, 562
  • Percival, Marshall and Co., Screw Cutting Indicator, 580
  • Petter’s Oil Engine Tractor, Royal Agricultural Show, 649
  • Philadelphia, Rapid Transit, 161, 162
  • Phillips, Messrs. J. W. and C., Core-making Machine, 227
  • Pillau, Repair of a Mole, 164
  • Pirelli and Co.’s Telegraph Ship, 599
  • Pirelli and Co.’s Works, Barcelona, Milan, and Spezia, 599, 600
  • Plymouth to Ilfracombe, Coast Erosion (Map), 698
  • Pollock and McNab Boring Machine, 663
  • Popplewell, W. C., Shear Stress and Permanent Angular Strain (Diagrams), 53, 54
  • Port Elizabeth, New Water Scheme, 60, 61, 64
  • Prentice Four-spindle Automatic Lathe, 480
  • Purapherston Shale Mine, Electric Plant, 366, 367
  • QUEBEC Cantilever Bridge, 165
  • RAILWAY and General Engineering Company, Engine for Suction Producer Gas, 669
  • Ransomes. Sims and Jefferies, Limited, Compound Traction Engine, 23
  • Reed, Sir Edw., on Vessels for Service in cur Colonies and Protectorates, 345
  • Rhine, New Bridge at Basle over the, 398, 399, 400
  • Rosenheim Microscope, The, 304
  • Rhodes and Sons, Limited, John, High-speed Shears, 379
  • ST. GEORGE’S Engineering Works, Duplex Sawing Machine, 46
  • Sankey, Capt. Riall, Impact Testing, 86
  • Schiess, Herr Ernst, Six-spindle Boiler Drill, 321
  • Scotland, Dumfries, Coast Erosion(Map) 621
  • Seage and Co., Messrs., Double-pole Switch, 98
  • Secrephone Company, The Secrephone, 122
  • Selsea Bill to Axmouth, Coast Erosion (Map), 697
  • Sentinel Steam Wagon. The, Messrs. Alley and Maclellan, 245, 246, 247
  • Sernfthal Electric Railway, The, 162, 193, 196
  • Shields, Mr. W. S., Sewage Controlling Valve, 481
  • Siamese Railway System, 215
  • Sill Valley Electricity Works, 294, 295
  • Simons and Co., Wm., Limited, Some Types of Steam Dredgers, 166, 167
  • Simplex Piles, 382
  • Sisterson, G. R., Compound Locomotives, 414
  • Smith, Mr. Jas. A., on Some High-speed Motor Boats, 371
  • Smith and WePstood, Mestr?,, Anthracite Ccal Stove, 62
  • South African Gold Mines, Output and Labour Supply (Map), 482
  • South-Ea&tsrn and Chatham Railway Locomotives, 673
  • Spencer, Henry, Commercial Organisation of Engineering Factories, 415
  • Sponson Mount for lOin. Gun, 47
  • Sulzer-Steiner, Herr Heinrich, 554
  • Sunderland Shipbuilding Company, Electric Driving, 220, 221
  • Swansea to Beaumaris, Coast Erosion (Map), 621
  • TANGYE Tool and Electric Company, Limited, Tramway Wheel Lathe, 178
  • Taylor and Hubbard, Messrs., Flat Road C/aue, 46
  • Terry, Mr. Stephen H., Water Gauge or Well Tell-Tale, 352
  • Tissot, Lieut. C., Use of Bclometer as a Detector of Electric Waves, 231
  • Thames Ironworks and Shipbuilding Company, Limited, Coal-bagging Lighter, 230
  • Thames Steamer, Design for, Archibald Hogg,
  • Thornycrofb, Mr. J. E., Gas Engines for Ship Propulsion, 406, 407
  • Thornyoroft and Co., Limited, John I., Motor Tractors for the War«offlce, 80
  • Tosi, Franco, New Foundry, 492, 493
  • UNITED STATES, Concrete Buildings in the, 138, 139, 157
  • Valtellina Railway, Electric Locomotive, 214
  • Vauxhall Bridge, New (Supplement March 1906), 316, 317
  • Victoria Station, Re-construction and Lightinj? of, 619, 601 *
  • WEAR, The Torpedo-boat Destroyer, Palmer’s Shipbuilding Company, Limited, 244
  • Webb, Mr. Francis Wm., 679
  • Weighton, Prof. R. L., Efficiency of Surface Condensers, 431
  • Wigan and Blackpool Railway, Map of Proposed, 382
  • William the Fourth Locomotive, 83
  • Witwatersrand, Underground Mechanical Transport, 106, 107
  • Wolseley Tool and Motor Car Company, 30 Horsepower Motor Omnibus, 302, 303
  • YARROW and Co., Limited, Double-ended Marine Boiler, 96
  • Yonkers Power Station, New York Central Railway, 419

Subject List

  • ATR Compreesors, ’^Q^Qm^Supplemcni^ Junelbih^ 1S06, pages t to xx )
  • Alternators for Johannesburg, Messrs. Siemens Bros., and Co., Limited, 278
  • Anthracite Coal Stove, Messrs. Smith and Well- stood, 62
  • BOILERS Drill, Six-spindle, Herr Ernst Schiess, 321
  • - House Plant, Barrow, 458
  • - Marine, Double-ended, Yarrow and Co., Limited, 96
  • - Types of Large Locomotive, Mr. G. J. Churchward, 204, 206
  • Bolometer, Use of, as a Detector of Electric Waves, Lieut. C. Tissot on, 231
  • Bering and Drilling Machine, Horizontal, Noble and Lund, Limited, 14
  • Boring Machine. Pollock and McNab, 663
  • Bridge, Basle, New, 398, 399, 400
  • Buildwas, Demolition of, 110 Malir, Renewing Girders of, 147, 148 Manl ftt^an, 675, 576
  • Bridge, New Vauxhall (Supplecmenii March ^Zth, 1906). 316, 317
  • - Quebec Cantilever, 165
  • - Railway, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 524, 525, 547. 548
  • Rodah Swing, Cairo, 348
  • Suspension, Gisclard-Arnodin, 98
  • Briquette-making Machine, Bradley and Craven, Limited, 328, 329
  • CABLE-LAYING Machine, Johnson and Phillip?, 588
  • Canal, Proposed Norwich-Yarmouth, 493
  • Cane-ciu^hing Mill, Gao. Fletcher and Co., Limited (Supplement, January 1906), 38, 39
  • Cement Volumenometer, Dr, F. G. Dounan, 227
  • Chain Cable, Brunel and Great Eistern, 22
  • Chain Cable, A Large, Brown, Lenox and Co., 22
  • Chain-making Machinery, Ernie Lelong (Couillet), 507, 508
  • Coal-bagging Lighter, Thames Ironworks and Shipbuilding Company, Limited, 230
  • Coal Tips at Garston Docks, London and North- Western Railway, Hydraulic Engineering Company, Limited (Sup2)lement, March 1906), 279
  • Coaling a Cruiser at Sea, Herr Georg Lena, 353
  • Coast Erosion and Reclamation—see also Maps, 489
  • Coil Clutch, A Large, 176
  • Commutator Truing Machine, Harper, Phillips and Co., 587
  • Concrete Bir, Reinforced, The Indented, 580, 581
  • Concrete Buildings in the United States, 138, 139, 157
  • Condenser, The Contrailo, 509
  • Countershaft, Variable Speed, J. W. Knowles and S:)ns, Limited, 537
  • Core-making Machine, Messrs. J. W. and C. Phillips, 227
  • Corrugating Machine, Mr. W. G. Causer, 565
  • Cote d’Azur Rapide, 174, 175
  • Cranes, Cantilever, 394
  • - Electric Goliath, Jessop and Appleby, Limited, 229
  • - Flat Road, Messrs. Taylor and Hubbard, 46
  • - Locomotive Steam, A. B)r!sig, 72
  • Cutmeter, Messrs. Moul ani Co., 225
  • DOCKS, Map of Hartlepool, 662
  • Dredger Hartness for Hartlepool, 662
  • Dredgers, Types of Steam, Wm. Simons and Co., Limited, 166, 167
  • Drilling Machine, Three-spindle, Wm. Asquith Limited, 417
  • ELECTRIC Launch, Niagara Falls Power Company, 174
  • - Lilt, The Barracca, 612
  • - Penrose and Co., Limited, 562 Liftp, 318
  • - Lighting, Hamburg-American Liner, 297 Power Plant, 367
  • - Pumping Plants, Consett Ironworks, E. Scott and Mountain, 32,3.5
  • - Railway, Sernfthal, 192, 193, 196
  • - Traction on the Liverpool and Southport Railway, 651, 652, 654
  • Electricity on Atlantic Liners, 292, 298
  • Electricity Works, Sill Valley, 294, 295
  • Electrification of New York Central Railway 419, 420, 421, 440
  • Engineering Factories, Commercial Organisation of, Henry Spencer, 415
  • Engine, Compound Beating, Mather and Platt, Limited, 380
  • - Compound Traction, Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, Limited, 23
  • - Double-cylinder, Double-acting, Crosskv Bros., Limited, 564
  • - High-speed Gas, Hindley and Sons, 628
  • - Petrol, Portable, Dougill’s Engineering Limited. 536 ’
  • - Vertical Oil, 50 Horse-power, Crosalev Bros., Limited, 228, 229
  • Engines, Gas, for Ship Propulsion, Mr. J. E. Thornycroft, 406, 407
  • - and Generators at the Moabit Central Station (Supplement, June'i^nd, 1906), 62o
  • - High and Low-speed, Germania Company, 176
  • - of the Japanese Battleship Katori, Vickers, Sons and Maxim, Limited (Supplement, May 25zZt, 1906)
  • - Korting Gas, Mather and Platt, 498 499
  • Extractor, Oil and Fat, Braunsehweigisehe Mascbinenbau Anstalt, 497
  • FERRY Steamers, American Tra'n, 289, 290
  • Flood Damages, North-Western Railwav India 335, 337, 341 ’
  • Forging Press, 1200-TOD, Davy Bros., Limited 633 ’
  • Forcing Press, 3000-Ton, Davy Bros., Limited, Foundry, Franco Tosi’s New, 492, 493
  • Friction Clutch, R. H. Longbotham and Co Limited, 434
  • GAS Making in Vertical Retorts, 383
  • - Producer, Suction, Crossley Bros., Limited, 627
  • - Davey, Paxman. Dowson, Dodbridge, 692
  • - Fielding and Platt, 627
  • - Hindley and Sons, 629
  • - The Mersey, 628
  • Geology in Relalion to Engineerirg, C. Stanley Bailey, 261,262. 313, 314, 335
  • Girder Renewals, North-Weftarn Railway, India, G. H. Li&t (Supplement Marchand, 1906), 147, 148, 158, 159, Zi2, 607, 611
  • HAMMER, Pneumatic Power, B. and S. Massey, 586
  • Haulage Clip, Messrs. Geo. Cradock and Co., 296
  • Hopper Birge for Hartlepool, 662
  • Hose Clamp, Howard Engineering Company, 178
  • Hydraulic Broaching and Bushing Presses, Mirfield Engineering Company, Limited, 532
  • Hydro-Electric and other Engineering Plant, Italy, 520, 521
  • - Plant at Montercale, 130, 131, 142
  • - Power Stations in Italy (Sup- pbment. April 1906), 389, 390, 391
  • IMPACT Testing, Capfc. Riall Sankey. 86
  • Industries, ItaHan (Sv.pplcnieJiti April 2C//t. 1903), 389, 390, 391, 468, 492, 620, 552, 599, 600, 643, 647
  • Injector, High-pres?ure Locomotive, Davies and Metcalfe, Limited, 120
  • LAMP Burner, Signal, 194
  • Lathe, Electrically-driven Wheel, Beyer, Peacock and Co., Limited [Sicpple-nienl. Pebruani 23rrf, 1906)
  • - Prentice Four-spindle Automatic, 480
  • - for Steam Turbine Work, Hulee and Co., Limited, 556
  • - Tramway Wheel, Tangye Tool and Electric Company, Limited, 178
  • - Turret, Alfred Herbert, Limited, 510
  • - High-speed, J. Parkinson and Son (Supplement, Map IDA, 1906), 472, 473
  • Lift, Barracca, 612
  • Lifts, Electric — see Electric
  • Lighting of Victoria Station, Cup and BaU Joint, eol
  • Locomotive, Atlantic Type, London, Brighton, and South Coast Railway, 185 Baldwin Oil Fuel, 453, 456, 457 Compound, G. R. Sisteraon. 414 Compound Express, Great Northern Railway, Mr. H. A. Ivatt (Supple- menif January 26fA, 1906), 95 Electric, Valteliina Railway, 214 Express, Paris-Lyon-Mediterranean Railway, 175
  • - Four-cylinder Compound, North- Eastern Railway, Mr, Wilson Worsdeli, 455
  • - Goods, Argentine Great Wettern Railway, Robert Stephenson and Co., Limited, 466, 467
  • - Heavy Banking, Belgian Slate Rawways, Soci^ 6 Anonvme de St, Leonard (Supplement,February ^nd^ 1906). 109, 113
  • - New French, on the Great Western Railway, 105
  • - “Novelty,” 82
  • - Six-coupled. Glasgow and South- Western Railway, Mr. Jas. Man- son, 1, 4, 5
  • - South-Eastern and Chatham Railway, 573
  • - Three-cylinder Compound Express, Mr. R. M. Deeley (Supplement, March^th, 1906), 243
  • - Three-cylinder, Great Central, Mr. J. G. Robinson, 56
  • - Weighing Machines, North-Eastern Railway Company, Messrs. W. and T. Avery, Limited, 168
  • - William the Fourth, 83
  • Lorry, 40 Horse-power Steam, Beyer, Peacock and Co., Limited, 216, 217, 218
  • MACHINE Tool Dasigu, All-gear Hjadfetjcks, Prof. J. T. Nicolson and Mr. Dempster Smith, 29; Lathes witi Treble-compound Geared Headstocks, 211
  • Machine Tools in Shipyards, Electrically-driven. 220. 221
  • Maps, Coast Erosion, Axmouth to Plymouth, 598
  • - Dumfries, 621
  • - Dungeness to Beachy Head 597
  • - East Coast, 513, 544
  • - Ilfracombe to Swansea, 620
  • - Plymouth to Ilfracombe 598
  • - Selsea Bill to Axmouth, 597
  • - Swansea to Beaumaris, 621
  • Map of Hartlepool Docks, 662
  • - Port of Genoa, 464
  • - Principal Power Stations in Italy, 390
  • - Proposed Wigan and Blackpool Railway, 382
  • - Railways in the Liverpool District, 650
  • - South African Gold Mines, Output and Labour Supply, 482
  • Microscope, The Rosenheim, 304
  • Mole, Pillau, 164
  • Motor Bogie, 651
  • Motor Car Industry, Italian Industries, 652 553 at the Paris Show, 10, 11, 12 Valveless. Mr. Ralph Lucas. 200 Works. The Daimler, 446, 447, 450 Launch, Paraffin, Hornsby and Sans
  • Limited, 500 ‘
  • Launches for Nij^eria, John I. Thorny- croft and Co., Limited, 253
  • OmnibuH, 30 Horse-power, Wolseley T. ol srd Motor Car Company, L’nrtjd, L02, 3(3 ’
  • Tractors for the War-office, J. I. Thoroy- cn fc and Co., I/mited, 89


  • NAVAL Training, New Scheme of, J. A. Ewing CD, 511
  • Nitrate Factor}’ at No^odden, 265
  • PILES. Concrete, M. Consideri, 57
  • Piles, Recent Improvements in, 57, 79, 80, 382 Piston Rings. Mudd’s, 658
  • Pitch Punching Machine, E. Donovan, 589
  • Planing Machine, Double-cutting, Joshua Backt. n and (in., Limited, 122
  • Port of Antwerp, Proposed Extension, 364

Portraits:

  • Mr, Oswald Brown, 163 Sir David D-ile, 443
  • Mr. Vitale Domenico de Michele, 351
  • Lord Masham, 135
  • Herr H. Sulzar-Steiner, 554
  • Mr. Francis Wm. Webb, 579
  • PREMIUM Calculator, John Davis an I Sm Limited, 590
  • RAILWAY Construction in Ind a, 266, 267, 268 Light, The Maidens and Du auro. 602. 507
  • Canada, New, 146
  • in the Liverpool District, Map of. f59 Pmi^cted International, 211, 242,
  • Siam, 216
  • Rapid Transit, Fbiladelphla, 161, 162
  • Rolling Stock from 18H4 to 1904, E*rning Powtr of British, Great Northern Railway, 186
  • Reeling Stock, Dining Car, Western Australian Government Railways, Gloucester Railway « and Wagon Company, Limited, 325
  • Cross, Broken End of Rod, 2)4, D33
  • SAW, Hot Swing, Mr. R. Fawcett, Coghlan Steel and Iron Company, Limited, 150
  • Sawing Machine, Duplex, St. George’s Engineering Works, 46
  • Screw-cutting Indicator, Percival, Marshall and Co., 590
  • Secrephone, The, 122
  • Sewer, The New Hamburg Main, 238, 219
  • Shear Stress and Permanent Angular Strain Diagrams, W. C. Popplewell, 53, 54
  • Shears High-speed, John Rhodes and Sons, Limited, 379 ’
  • Sh^building Cableway at Jarrow, John M Henderson and Co., 63, 69

Ships: Battleships, Foreign:

  • French, Dreadnought, 549
  • Japanese, Katori, 465

Ships: Cruisers, British

  • Duke of Edinburgh, 374

Ships: Cruisers, Foreign : —

  • French, Ernest Renan, 403, 404 iorpedo Boats, Scouts, &c , British
  • Scouts, lorward and Foresight, 343 lorpedo Bjat Destroyer Weir, 244 Mer^niile. Passenger and Various, British:—
  • Cargo Steamer. Teucer, Hawthorn Leslie and Co., 372
  • Cunard Liner Lusitania, J. Brown and 1006)^610^*^*^ June fM,
  • Cunard Liners, Stem Frames for the Wew Darlington Forge Company, Limited, 424
  • Motor Boats, Some High-speed, 371 Steamer, Thames. Archibald Hogg. 329 ^^3*5^^^ Nile, M. Edw. Hayes,
  • Turbine Steamers, Messrs. Danny and Bros., 528
  • for the Irish Channel; 268
  • \ i^sels for bervica in our Colonies and Protecto’-ates, 345
  • Mercantile, Passenger and Various, Foreign*
  • American Ferry Steamers, 338, 339. 340 Italian Telegraph Ship, 599
  • SHAKER, Clayton and Shuttleworth’s. Rajal Agricultural Show, 649
  • Silk, Works for Manufacture of Artificial. Com- mendatore Mari’s, 643, 647
  • Sponson Mount for lOin. Gun, 47
  • Station Reconstruction, Victo’rii, 519
  • Steamer for Lake Victoria Nyanza, Bow, MacLschlan and Co., 663, 664
  • Steel Presses, Fluid, A. J. Capron, 533
  • Suction Gas Producers, 659, 660
  • Crushing Mill, Nine Roller, Mahlove, ;^’^’ott and Co., Limited {Supplement, Februai'u 23/(Z, 1906), 201 '
  • Superheaters, 532
  • Surface Condensers, Effioiatcy of, Prof. R. L. Weighton, 431
  • Switch, Double Pole, Messrs. Seage a id Cc.^ 98
  • TECHNICAL High School, Dresden, 87, 90, 114, 115
  • Thrashing Machine and Wind Stacker, Forster’s, Royal Agricultural Show, 649
  • Tie-rod Fracture, Charing Cross Roof, 37
  • Tractor, Oil Engine, Petter’s, Royal Agricultural Show, 649
  • Tramways, Kingston and Surbiton, Extra High- tension Cable, 354
  • Transit, Protected, Messrs. J. Davis and Co., 150
  • Transport, Underground Mechanical, Witwaters- rand, 108, 107
  • Trucks, Method of Loading on North-Eastern
  • Railway, 271
  • Turbines at the Grandholm Works, 369
  • Turbines, Hydraulic, Riva, Monneret and Co., 468, 469
  • VALVE, Sewage Controlling, Mr. W. S. Shields, 481
  • Volumenometer Cement, Dr. F. G. Dounan, 227
  • Valves, New Steam, Crusa Controllable Superheater Company, 19?
  • WAGON, 5-Ton Steam, Messrs. Bretherton and Bevan, 320
  • 40-Ton Well Bogie. Leeds Forge Company, Limited, 631
  • Wagon, The Sentinel Steam, Messrs. Alley and Maclellan, 245. 246, 247
  • Water Gauge or Well Tell-Tale, Mr. S. H. Terry, 352
  • Scheme, Part Elizibetb, 60, 61, 61 Softener, The Criton, 47 Supply of Athens, Ancient, 215
  • Wheel, Pelton, Mr. Percy Paman, 289
  • Weighing Machines, Locomotive, Mestrs. W. and T. Avery and Co., L'raited, 168
  • Whitewashing Machine, Crosier, Stephens and Co., 122
  • Worm Contact, Mr. R. A. Bruce, 98, 99, 100, 123

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