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Engineer and Machinist's Assistant being a series of plans, sections and elevations of Steam Engines, Spinning Machines, Mills for Grinding etc. by D. Scott and A. Jamieson. Published by Blackie and Son of Queen Street, Glasgow. 1847
 
Engineer and Machinist's Assistant being a series of plans, sections and elevations of Steam Engines, Spinning Machines, Mills for Grinding etc. by D. Scott and A. Jamieson. Published by Blackie and Son of Queen Street, Glasgow. 1847
  
This volume contains many drawings of engines and machine tools but only a limited number give the manufacturer. Those that have this information have been noted on the relevant comapy's entry.
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This volume contains many drawings of engines and machine tools but only a limited number give the manufacturer. Those that have this information have been noted on the relevant company's entry.
  
 
== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==

Latest revision as of 09:42, 18 January 2019

Engineer and Machinist's Assistant being a series of plans, sections and elevations of Steam Engines, Spinning Machines, Mills for Grinding etc. by D. Scott and A. Jamieson. Published by Blackie and Son of Queen Street, Glasgow. 1847

This volume contains many drawings of engines and machine tools but only a limited number give the manufacturer. Those that have this information have been noted on the relevant company's entry.

See Also

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