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== Digitised copies ==
 
== Digitised copies ==
  
* Volume 1 [[The Engineering Times 1898-1899 Dec-Jun|1898 - 1899 Dec-Jun]] <ref>Courtesy of Malcolm Jeal, Devizes.</ref>
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* Volume 1 [[The Engineering Times 1898-1899 Dec-Jun|1898 - 1899 Dec-Jun]] <ref>Copy provided courtesy of Malcolm Jeal, Devizes.</ref>
* Volume 2 [[The Engineering Times 1899-1900 Jul-Jan|1899 - 1900 Jul-Jan]] <ref>Courtesy of Malcolm Jeal, Devizes.</ref>
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* Volume 2 [[The Engineering Times 1899-1900 Jul-Jan|1899 - 1900 Jul-Jan]] <ref>Copy provided courtesy of Malcolm Jeal, Devizes.</ref>
  
 
== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==

Revision as of 14:25, 11 December 2014

1898. W. Norris.

The Engineering Times started in December 1898 and is described as 'an illustrated non-technical magazine'.

It was edited by Ben H. Morgan and registered as The Engineering Times Co, 3 Arundel Street, London, WC. [1]

The main contributing authors are featured on the right.

Read the introduction by the editor here.


Digitised copies

See Also

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Sources of Information

  1. 1898-1899 The Engineering Times, Volume 1.
  2. Copy provided courtesy of Malcolm Jeal, Devizes.
  3. Copy provided courtesy of Malcolm Jeal, Devizes.