Grace's Guide

British Industrial History

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* Great Ship Race, p 160.
 
* Great Ship Race, p 160.
 
** [[SS Russia]].
 
** [[SS Russia]].
** [[SS City of Paris]].
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** [[SS City of Paris (3)|SS City of Paris]].
  
 
* [[R. and C. Goldthorp|Goldthorp's]] Wire and Card Works, Cleckheaton, p 147. (Illustrated).
 
* [[R. and C. Goldthorp|Goldthorp's]] Wire and Card Works, Cleckheaton, p 147. (Illustrated).

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Main Subjects

  • Explosive Compounds for Engineering Purposes - By Perry Fairfax Nursey, continued from p 135, p 153.
  • Foreign and Colonial Railways, p 160.
  • Goldthorp's Wire and Card Works, Cleckheaton, p 147. (Illustrated).
  • Great Iron Viaducts - Commentry and Gannat Line - By M. Nordling, continued from p 139, p 157.
  • Health in Ironclads, p 160.
  • Heppell's Patent Safety Lamp, p 158. (Illustrated).
  • Imports and Exports of Machinery, p 160.
  • Konig Wilhelm, p 156.
  • Moncrieff Invention - The Adaptation of, p 148.
  • Snnok's Improved Cock, p 158. (Illustrated).
  • Self-Acting Punkah, p 158. (Illustrated).
  • T. Blashill - Fountain in Concrete Stone at Hong Kong, p 150. (Illustrated).

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