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** [[Glen and Ross]].
 
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* [[1887 Manchester Exhibition]], p 171.
 
* [[1887 Manchester Exhibition]], p 171.
  

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  • Contents, p 169.

Main Subjects

  • Bogie Engine - Caledonian Railway, p 172.
  • Editorial, p 169.
    • Marine Engines in the Navy.
    • Jet Propellers.
    • Steam Engine Breakdowns.
    • Thames Subways.
    • Ages of Vessels Lost.
    • Opening of the Severn Tunnel.
    • The Milford Haven Naval Operations.
  • Harrison's (of Abergavenny) Lathe Carrier, p 172.
  • Tozer's Self-Fastening Railway Chair For Steel Sleepers, p 172. (Illustrated).
  • W. Green's Point and Signal-Rod Couplings, p 172.
  • Whitworth Scholarships, p 166.

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