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Title: Railway master mechanic [microform]
Year: 1895 (1890s)
Subjects: Railroads Railroads
Publisher: New York : [Simmons-Boardman Pub. Corp.]
Contributing Library: MIT Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Library Consortium Member Libraries
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n component withthe handle of the railroadsthrough the Federal government.Railroad pools must not belegalized pools are secret below-standings between the parties tothem, but railroads ought to be per-mitted to enter into open trafficalliances, subject to the approval ofthe Interstate Commerce Commis-sion, which would safeguard the in-terests of the public. The sameFederal authority need to authorizethe issuance of railroad securities,thereby guarding the investoragainst over-capitalization. Cleveland Shear A flush front shear, installed inthe West Albany shops of the NewYork Central Lines, is shown right here-with. This machine, built by theCleveland Punch & Shear WorksCompany, is utilised for shearingplate and has interchangeable at-tachments for punching angle,shearing, flue hole punching, barshearing, etc. This machine is ofsolid frame type and is cast withonly a single core which is utilised for themain shaft. This machine isequipped with automatic cease and is specifically adapted forrailroad work.
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Personals Mr. B. W. Benedict has been appointed bonus supervisorof the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe at Topeka, Kan., andwill have territorial charge of bonus operate on the EasternGrand division and functional supervision more than standardiza-tion of schedules. Mr. S. S. Riegel has been appointed mechanical engineerof the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western, at Scranton, Pa.,succeeding J. A. Mellon, resigned. Mr. T. McHattie, master mechanic of the Grand Trunk atMontreal, Que., has been appointed superintendent of motivepower of the Central of Vermont. Mr. Charles L. Gasper, mechanical engineer of the Wis-consin Central, has been appointed superintendent of themechanical division of the Canton & Hankow Ry., atCanton, China, to succeed T. S. Reilly, whose death was re-cently noted. Mr. Reilly, who died of an abscess of theliver, has been buried at Hongkong, a British colony. Mr.Gasper will leave for China at when. Mr. R. G. Cullivan, general foreman of the locomotive de-partment of th
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