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* [[Christopher Furness]] on Industrial Partnership, p 65.
 
* [[Christopher Furness]] on Industrial Partnership, p 65.
 
** [[Furness, Withy and Co]].
 
** [[Furness, Withy and Co]].
* Coast Fog Signals - [[N. G. Gedye]], p 69.
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* Coast Fog Signals - [[Nicholas George Gedye|N. G. Gedye]], p 69.
  
 
* Construction of a First-Class French Locomotive, (No. II), p 54 and 55. (Illustrated).
 
* Construction of a First-Class French Locomotive, (No. II), p 54 and 55. (Illustrated).

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Main Subjects

  • Contents, p 63.


  • Construction of a First-Class French Locomotive, (No. II), p 54 and 55. (Illustrated).
  • Editorial, p 63.
    • Boilers for the Navy.
    • South Africa From An Engineer's Point of View.
    • Transport.
    • Aniline Dyes and Technical Education.
    • Combination in the Iron Trade.
    • The River Ribble.
    • Locomotives for India.
  • Electrical Power at a Paper Mill, p 58.
  • Electricity and Legislation, (No. IV), p 60.
  • Four Cylinder Compound Mineral Locomotive - Francis William Webb, p 62 and 66. (Illustrated).
  • Locomotive Coal, p 57.
  • Oldest Working Locomotive in the World, p 57.
  • Ship Plate Dent Straightener, p 67.
  • Some Aspects of Workshop Management, (No. II), p 51.
  • Structural Costs, (No. IV), p 56.


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