Image from page 206 of “Transactions” (1852)

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Image from page 206 of “Transactions” (1852)
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Identifier: transactions51nort
Title: Transactions
Year: 1852 (1850s)
Authors: North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers, Newcastle-upon-Tyne North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Report of the Committee upon mechanical coalcutting, 1905
Subjects: Mineral industries Mechanical engineering
Publisher: Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Contributing Library: Gerstein – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto

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k layers are thick the oreis of far better grade—the black colour no doubt indicates the presenceof argentite. The ore has regularly a excellent resemblance to thefluidal structure! of the felsite-country even to the really colour,and the writer regards it as powerful proof of replacement ofcountry-rock by quartz and argentite. It is merely another formof silicification, possibly of far more recent date than that of the restof the filling. Fig. 18 (Plate XV.) is a single instance of its occurrencein the vein. Fig. 19 (Plate XV.) shows an additional occurrence of caracol ore,and its relation to the felsite nation-rock showing flow-structure. * In this district, the miners term china-clay (kaolin) tofo or chile, reserving theterm caliche or cantara for ordinary white decomposed clay. t Prof. Grenville A. J. Cole, writing of the banded and flnidal structure ofrocks, says:–Like surfaces of foliation, both the bands and lines of flow showfrequent involutions and contortions, s 18 s ^ V Q # ■I k « k 3 «S Sa

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Image from page 447 of “The street railway evaluation” (1891)
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Identifier: streetrailwayrev04amer
Title: The street railway review
Year: 1891 (1890s)
Authors: American Street Railway Association Street Railway Accountants’ Association of America American Railway, Mechanical, and Electrical Association
Subjects: Street-railroads
Publisher: Chicago : Street Railway Review Pub. Co
Contributing Library: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
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m roadfor a specific class of travel. To attempt to even up the dif-ference between steam and electric roads by legislationwould be like trying to make it achievable for the stagecoach to compete with the railroad by the very same means. A SOUTHWEST CHINA TRAMWAY. Georgetown is an English, or rather an Anglicized set-tlement on the Penang Straits, Southwest China. It isthe most flourishing of the Straits settlements and a placeof considerable commercial importance. Its most distinguishing function is, even so, a steamtramway which runs from the quay through the principalstreets, terminating in two populous villages. The induce-ments to develop the line had been the considerable freight andpassenger targeted traffic, the latter of which is establishing as thenatives get utilised to the devil machine. The rolling stock and plant had been furnished by Kerr, Stuart &amp Business, London, under styles of F. H. Gill,C. E., the engineer of the firm. The road is 5 mileslong and is laid with steel ties, the only material proof

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C (iNSTRUl TING TIM: LINT. against the ravages of the voracious native ants whichdevour almost everything except bamboo, teak and iron. Ofthese, bamboo is as well light and teak also pricey. Clearing the proper of way was not childs play, as adense growth of palms had to be cut away. To do thiswork a big traction engine was employed to pull stumpsa la Western American practice. The peculiarities of the targeted traffic demanded a style of roll-ing stock definitely unique, namely a combination pas-senger and freight automobile. The cause of this was the factthat passenger site visitors is valuable only on holidays. Atthese times the entire population of the entire districtassembles at Georgetown, whilst on ordinary days toutle monde stays at home. As a result the cars are madewith a side entrance and on the two-story strategy, the firstfloor becoming 1st-class and the second, second-class. Theconductor stands in the middle and commands the onlymeans of egress and exit. This is definitely necessaryon account of the wild and re

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Traveling to Lanzhou, July 1991
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July, 1991 — The a single and only time I’ve traveled by steam train. On the upside, it was a gorgeous instance of mechanical engineering and one particular of the last remaining examples in use. The drawback was that, by the end of our 3-day trip to Lanzhou, we were feeling a small sooty.

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