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The Engineer 1910/03/25

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  • Contents, p 307.

Main Subjects

  • Compounding and Superheating in Horwich Locomotives - George Hughes, p 315.
  • Editorial, p 307.
    • Dreadnought Controversy - Reginald Bacon.
    • The Area of Contact Between Tire and Rail.
    • Premium Bonus System.
    • The Thames Dreadnought.
    • Welsh Miners.
  • Electrically Driven Drop Hammers, p 311 and 313. (Illustrated).
  • Engines for Shallow Draught Gunboats for the Danube - Yarrow and Co, p 304 and 306. (Illustrated).
  • French Government Specification For Automatic Rifles, p 301.
  • Shallow Draught Motor Gunboats for the Austro-Hungarian Government - Yarrow and Co, p 304.

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