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The Engineer 1924/02/29

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  • Contents, p 229.

Main Subjects

  • Angle Compound Air Compressor, p 224 - p 225. (Illustrated).
  • A Seven-Day Journal, p 217.
    • British Shipping and the Government.
    • Shipyard Wages Claim.
    • Wireless on Trains.
    • Colloidal Treatment of Feed Water.
    • Escalators on the Central London Railway.
    • The Airship Dixmude.
    • Foreign Rails for South Africa.
    • Birmingham to the Sea.
    • French Oil Research.
    • Old Bridges in the Black Country.
    • Overhead Street Crossings Sir Alfred Yarrow.
    • The Scottish Shale Oil Industry.
  • Editorial, p 229 - p 230.
    • The Cruiser Programme.
    • Oil Locomotive.
  • General Methods of Water Purification for Industrial Purposes, by B. Heastie, p 225 - p 226.
  • Hydro-electric Power for Buenos Aires, p 233.
  • The Hartebeestpoort Dam on the Crocodile River, Transvaal, p 228 - p 231. (Illustrated).

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