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Title: Engineering: an illustrated weekly journal. Vol. XCVIII- from July to December, 1914.
Description: London; 1914; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth with marbled boards; 4o; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, wood engravings; articles/ reviews in this volume i.a. : four-cylinder compound (2-8-2 type) locomotive for the Paris, Lyons and Mediterranean railway at the Lyons exhibition (constructed by the Société Française de Constructions Mécaniques, Denain), with double page enclosure with plans and fig.; the twin-screw geared-turbine-driven steamers "Ciudad de Buenos Aires" and "Ciudad de Monte Video", with double page enclosure with plans and fig.; ice-breaking railway-train ferry for Canada (constructed by Messrs. Cammell, Laird and Co., Birkenhead), with ills.; the Manhattan Bridge over the East River at New York, with double page enclosure with plans and fig.; the calcium carbide factory at Odda, Norway, with ills.; the Canadian customs cruiser "Margaret" (constructed by Messrs. John I. Thornycroft and Co., Southampton), with ills. and double page enclosure with plans and fig.; compound articulated 2-8-8-8-2 type locomotive for the Erie railroad (constructed by the Baldwin locomotive works, Philadelphia), with double page enclosure with plans and fig.; extensive index; complete with one-page and two-page enclosures; XLVI, 774 pp.Former library copy.

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Price: EUR 150.00 = appr. US$ 163.03 Seller: Antiquariaat De Boekenbeurs
- Book number: 26023

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