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The Engineer 1910/03/18

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  • Contents, p 279.

Main Subjects

  • Collapse of an Important Canal Head Sluice in Egypt - By Hanbury Brown, p 265. (Illustrated).
  • Editorial, p 279.
    • The First Lord's Statement.
    • Engine Rooms - Ancient and Modern.
    • Metallic Filament Lamps.
  • Impulse Marine Turbines in Germany, p 266.
  • Institution of Naval Architects, (No. I), p 271.
  • Railway Bridge Over The Nami-Ti Gorge, p 281. (Illustrated).
  • Report on the Progress of the National Experimental Tank - By R. T. Glazebrook, p 286.

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