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British Industrial History

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The Engineer 1893/11/10

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Main Subjects

  • Contents, p 449.

  • Captain Neale's Apparatus for Signalling Under Water, p 455.
  • Editorial, p 449.
    • The Loss of HMS Victoria.
    • John Inglis on Things in General.
    • The Admirality Minute on the Victoria Court Martial.
    • The Cunarders and Record Breaking.
    • Mining in Illinois.
  • HMS Hebe, p 451.
  • James Simpson and Co - Pumping Engines, Rotterdam and Abbey Mills Sewage Pumping Station, p 445 and 451, and 448. (Illustrated).
  • Large Worthington Sewage Pumping Engines, Rotterdam, Bombay and Abbey Mills Sewage Pumping Stations, p 451.
  • Letters to the Editor, p 446.
  • Locomotive Wheel Balancing Machine, p 453. (Illustrated).
  • Stereoscopic Projection, p 455.
  • Queen's Ferry Bridge, p 451.
  • Water Supply of London, (No. III), p 439.

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