Locomotive Magazine and Railway Carriage and Wagon
Volume 26 (1920)
key file for Locomotive Magazine
Number 329 (15 January 1920)
South Eastern & Chatham Railway rebuilt superheater locomotives. 1-2.
illustration, 2 diagrams (side elevations)
No. 179 illustrated: Maunsell rebuild of Wainwright 4-4-0 with superheater and piston valves
E.L. Ahrons. Some early English locomotives on the Danish
Railways. 3-5. 4 illustrations, diagram (side elevation)
See also letter from Dorph on page 92
Federated Malay States Railways. 5-6.
Extension from Alor Star to Padang Besar and link with Siamese [Thai] system opened on 1 July 1918. Locomotives ordered from America as not available from UK.
The relation of brake power to earning power. 6-7
New Arabian railway from Aden to Lahej. 7
Locomotive Notes: New South Wales Government Railways. 8-9. 2 illustrations
Leading dimensions of K class 2-8-0 (22 x 26in cylinders and 4ft 3in coupled wheels) and illustration of 4-6-0 express locomotive No. 1032 of NN class designed E.E. Lucy and built by Clyde Engineering Co. with 22½ x 26in cylinders and 5ft 9in coupled wheels and 2752ft2 total heating surface; also photograph of mid-day Sydney to Mount Victoria train at Valley Heights station hauled by two P class 4-6-0s.
G. Goddard. Smokebox construction and design. 9-11 3 diagrams
Diagrams of Caledonian Railway smokebox for 4-4-0; North Eastern Railway three-cylinder 4-4-2, North British Railway Atlantic and LSWR 4-6-0
Train lighting in Holland. 10
Gas lighting predominated
W. Paterson and H.C. Webster. Breakdown train equipment. 11-14. 7 diagrams
E.L. Ahrons. The Swindon Locomotive Works of the Great Western Railway. 15-18. 5 illustrations, 4 diagrams
Valve gear for three-cylinder locomotives. Alsace-Lorraine Railways. 18-20. diagram
Covered goods wagons for the Indian Railways. 20. illustration
Built in America and originally intended for Russia but shipped to Indian State Railways
A.L. McColl, formerly of GSWR Locomotive Department, appointed a Director of the Vacuum Oil Company
Number 330 (14 February 1920)
New tank locomotive, Glasgow & South Western Railway. 21. illustration,
diagram (side elevation)
0-6-2T: No. 1 illustrated
Locomotive arranged for burning pulverized fuel Great Central Ry. 22-3.
3 illustrations, 2 diagrams
2-8-0: one of the diagrams shows the link between the special bogie tender and the firebox
2ft gauge Garratt for South African Rys. 24-5. illustration
Supplied Beyer Peacock
Petrol driven tramcar for Karachi. 25-6. illustration
Motor Rail and Tramcar Co. of Bedford
Converted motor lorry French Armée d'Orient. 26-7. illustration
Packard lorry at Salonika
E.L. Ahrons. The Swindon Locomotive Works of the Great Western Railway. 27-33. 8 illustrations, 3 diagrams
G. Goddard. Smokebox construction and design. 34-5. 6 diagrams, table
T.H. Sanders. Laminated railway springs. 38
L Derens. The Dutch Rhenish Railway and its locomotives. 40-2. 3
illustrations (including portrait), diagram
H. Ameshoff president of the Board of Directors
Tank locomotives for the De Beers Mines, South Africa. 42. illustration
2-6-2T supoplied by Bagnall
London & North Western Ry. 42.
New Prince of Wales: Nos. 35, 395, 487, 1178 (part of series of 15). Ten more Claughton class scheduled. The LNWR had 150 Ministry of Munitions 2-8-0 Nos. 2800-2949 allotted. Precursor No. 1387 Lang Meg had been superheated but retained slide valves and 19in cylinders. Four-cylinder compounds Nos. 1932 Anson. 1938 Sultan and 1963 Boadicea had been converted to two cylinder simples. Four-cylinder compound 0-8-0 Nos. 2036 and 2568 had been converted to two cylinder simples and superheated: the former with piston valves, the latter with slide. No. 1113 5ft 4-6-0 had been withdrawn leaving only Nos. 1407 and 2059 in service.
Number 331 (15 March 1920)
Metre gauge locomotive, Algerian State Railway. 45. illustration
2-8-0 built R. & W. Hawthorn, Leslie & Co. of Newcastle
4-cylinder 10-coupled freight locomotive, Great Indian Peninsula Ry.
45-7. illustration, diagram (side elevation)
Thirty 2-10-0 built North British Locomotive Co. for wprking 1 in 37 Ghat incline
4-8-2 locomotive, Rhodesian Rys. 47. diagram (side elevation)
Built by Montreal Locomotive Works.
The manufacture of solid steel disc wheels. 48-50. 4 illustrations
New factory at Trafford Park, Manchester for Taylor Bros. & Co. Ltd. Located adjacent to Manchester Ship Canal the firm owned four locomotives, three supplied by Vulcan Foundry (0-4-0STs with outside cylinders and one by Hudswell Clarke & Co.: 0-6-0T Lord Hawke with inside (15½ x 20in. cylinders; coupled wheels 3ft 4½in; total heating surface 706 ft2 and grate area 10.4 ft2 (illustrated). Locomotives paited dark red.
G. Goddard. Smokebox construction and design. 50-2. 3 diagrams
Webb's ash ejector as used on LNWR and Stone's patent spark arrester, variable blast pipe and ash ejector.
E.L. Ahrons. The Swindon Locomotive Works of the Great Western Railway.
52-5. 6 illustrations
Machine tools therein
An early locomotive built by Armstrong Whitworth & Co.
Ltd. 56. diagram (drawing: side elevation)
2-2-2 condensing locomotive of 1848. Source quoted: Alfred Cochrane's The early history of Elswick presented before Elswick Foremen and Draughtsman's Association in 1909
L. Derens. The Dutch Rhenish Railway and its locomotives. 57-9.
2 illustrations, 2 diagrams (including side elevation)
Thirty Sharp, Stewart & Co. 2-4-0 locomotive of 1855/6.
T.H. Sanders. Laminated railway springs. Section II. Manufacture of the spring. Sub-section A. Spring steel. 59-61. diagramm. table
0-6-0 tank locomotive, Gothland Railway, Sweden. 61-2. diagram (side
Nydqvist & Holm of Trollhattan for narrow gauge (0.891m) constructed in 1878
Metre gauge goods locomotives, Rohilkund Kumaon
Railway. 62. illustration
W. G. Bagnall, Ltd of Stafford were building 20 standard F class (outside cylinder 0-6-0) for the Indian State Railways: seven for the Rohilkund Kumaon Railway and 13 for the Bengal & North Western Railway under the inspection of Rendel, Palmer & Tritton, See also errata page 88
A. Wrench. Notes on the Baldwin locomotives with the
Royal Engineers in France. 62-3.
The 500 60cm: strong and good steamers with boilers capable of withstanding bad treatment,
Treble power hydraulic press. 63. illustration
Flanging and stamping press manufactured by Henry Berry & Co. Ltd of Leeds
An early gas lighting system for railway carriages. 63-4
Dublin & Kingstown Railway experimented in 1858. The North London Railway used ordinary coal gas (town gas) stored in bags inn the luggage compartment and replenished at Broad Street station. The Metropolitan Railway used a similar system: being recharged at Hammersmith or at Farringdon Street
New standard screw coupling, Indian Railways. 64. diagram
F.W. Brewer. The large locomotive boiler: some general considerations affecting design. 65-6.
Tender cab for brakemen, El Paso and South-Western R.R. 66. diagram
Number 332 (15 April 1920)
0-10-0 banking engine, Midland Railway. 70-1. illustration, 2 diagrams.
Three-cylinder 2-6-0 locomotive, Great Northern Ry. 72-3. illustration, diagram (side and front elevations)
Lancashire & Yorkshire Ry. 74
Announced at the AGM that would electrify to Oldham and extend on to Shaw and the Royton branch.
New "Director" class locomotive Great Central Railway. 74-5. illustration, diagram (side elevation)
T.H. Sanders. Laminated railway springs. Section II. Manufacture of the spring. Sub-section A. Spring steels. 75-6. 2 diagrams
L. Derens. The Dutch Rhenish Railway and its locomotives. 86-7. illustration, 3 diagrams (side elevations)
North Eastern Ry. 88
Five new three-cylinder 4-6-0 engines, Nos. 840 to 844, were in service.
Great Eastern Ry. 88
No. 1270, the first of the 0-6-0 goods engines with 1500 class boilers was at work. New 4-6-0 express engines up to No. 1562 were at work.
[Rohilkund-Kumaon Ry. errata]. 88
Referring to the illustrated description of the goods engine for the Rohilkund-Kumaon Ry., on page 62 of our last issue, Messrs. W. G. Bagnall, Ltd., draw our attention to the fact that the weight given of 46½ tons, is the total for the engine and tender, the engine accounting for 23¨ tons, and the tender 23 tons full. The coupled wheels were 3 ft. 7 in. dia. instead of,3 ft. 7½ in. as stated.
Great Northern Ry. 88
An articulated bogie train had been put into service in the London district. In the third-class carriages there were no cushions to steal or cut, their place being taken by wooden lathed seats. There were no window straps, simply horizontal iron bars attached to the window sashes, and long thin metal rods took the place of the usual net racks. Ten new 0-6-0 goods engines Nos. 616 to 625, were built at Doncaster towards the end of 1919. There were now 105 of this class in service, Nos. 521 to 625. Kitson & Co., Ltd. of Leeds were to build twenty-five 2-6-0 mixed traffic engines for the G.N.Ry., and an order for fifty locomotives had also been placed with the North British Loco. Co., Ltd.
[Some early English locomotives on the Danish Railways.
Eleven 0-6-0 locomotives out of twelve which were built in the years 1868 and 1869 by Stephensons, of Newcastle, were still maintaining the traffic on the Danish State Railways between Oddesund-Thisted and Skive-Sallingsund in Jutland. The locomotives hauled trains up to 460 tons (mixed traffic) with 45 km. an hour as maximum speed. The cylinders were 406, mm. by 560 mm. stroke and the coupled wheels 1384 mm. in diameter; the pressure is 10 kg./cm2 and the weight 28.3 tons in working order without tender. The boilers had been renewed and the tenders altered to get a greater water capacity, but the original construction was unaltered.
One of the locomotives was for some years altered to compound, without success, and then rebuilt. These old locomotives have been cheaper in coal consumption than many locomotives of a later construction and were still doing excellent service. Writer was Mechanical Engineer. De Danske Statsbaner, Aarhus.
(The engines referred to by your correspondent were Nos. 27 to 36, 43 and 44, and were mentioned in the Locomotive Mag, 4 (1899), page 20. Of these No. 28 has been broken up, and the two last mentioned have been renumbered 37 and 38. They have outside cylinders, slightly inclined, and all the wheels, 4 ft. 6 in. diameter, are in front of the fire-box. See annexed illustration of No. 36. E.L.A.)
[Woolwich 2-6-0s] 92
The Government were seeking customers for the 100 2-6-0 engines of the South Eastern & Chatham type being built at Woolwich, and were asking £10,000 each for the same. It is doubtful whether the Midland would accept any of these, as in some instances it is understood they encroach upon the loading gauge of that railway. The Midland are badly in need of engines, and have built no fewer than seventy 0-6-0 superheated goods engines of their No. 4 class (Nos. 3831 to 3901), and it is rumoured many more will be built in the near future. Most of the locomotive shops at Derby will shortly be working overtime in order to cope with the heavy increase of work in making up arrears of maintenance.
Institution of Locomotive Engineers. 92
The officers for the 1920-1921 were :-President: Mr. W. Pickersgill, C.B.E" Caledonian Ry., Glasgow. Vice-Presidents: Mr. H. N. Gresley, C.B.E., G.N.Ry., Mr. C. J. Bowen Cooke, C.B.E., L. & N.W. Ry., and Col. E. Kitson-Clark, Airedale Foundry, Leeds. Council: Messrs J. Clayton (S.E. & & C.R.), W. A. Lelean, of Westminster, B. K. Field (L.B. & S.C.R.), S. H. Whitelegg (M.R.), A. H. Panter (L.B. & S.C.R.), H. W. Dearberg (Beckton), G. Mitchell (Vacuum Brake Co.), H. Kelway Bamber (Leeds Forge Co.), R. P. C. Sanderson (Baldwin Loco. Works), F. Turner (Woolwich Arsenal), A. Cobb (S.E. & C.R.), A. C. Damant (G.E.R.), H. Holcroft (S.E. & C.R.).
North Eastern Ry.
Amongst recent withdrawals from service we notice three of the later series of Mr. Fletcher's 7 ft. express engines-Nos. 75, 362 and 365, as well as 329 and 909 of the earlier ones. Another interesting engine to go is No. 364, which was traditionallv built for the Leeds Northern Ry. by Messrs. Kitson, Thompson & Hewitson in 1849, and rebuilt at Leeds in 1875. We do not suppose, however, there was much of the original engine left. 'Ve also note the dis- appearance of three of the famous single drivers, two of the 7 ft. 7 in. (1524 and 1525) and one 7 ft. 1 in. (1527).
060 GOODS ENGINE, No. 36, DANISH STATE RYS.
Number 333 (15 May 1920)
Superheater goods locomotive. 93
Bombay Railway. 94-5
E.L. Ahrons. Swindon Locomotive works. 97
Brake efficiency. 100-1
Train heating. 104-5
L. Derens. Dutch Rhenish Railway. 107
T.H. Sanders. Laminated railway springs. 111
Number 334 (15 June 1920)
4-6-0 goods locomotive, London & South Western Railway. 117-18.
illustration, diagram (side elevation)
Urie S15 class (No. 498 illustrated)
Three-cylinder fast goods locomotive, North Eastern Ry.
119 + plate fp. 117. diagram (side elevation)
S3 class designed by Sir Vincent Raven, chief mechanical engineer
Baldwin-Westinghouse electric locomotive, C.M. & St. P. R.R. 120.
diagram (side & front elevations)
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul RR. 4-6-4-6-4 3400hp weight 275 tons.
Narrow gauge military railway locomotives on the Western Front. 120-2.
4-6-0T constructed Hunslet in 1917 with 9in x 12in cylinders, 160 psi and 6150 lbs tractive force. One rebuilt as Spencer
E.L. Ahrons. The Swindon Locomotive Works of the Great Western
Railway.122-6. 5 illustrations, 3 diagrams.
Includes diagram of Duplex turn over plate-moulding machine and photographs of iron foundry, axlebox moulding machines and two photographs of locomotive testing plant (one with 4-4-2 thereon)
Repairing a damaged German locomotive in the Cameroons. 126-7. illustration
The Festiniog Railway and its locomotives. 127-31. 5 illustrations
Doctor Charles Golsdorf. 131-3. 3 illustrations
(including portrait), 5 diagrams
Boiler management in running sheds. 133-4
T.H. Sanders. Laminated railway springs. Section III. Manufacture of the spring. Sub-Section B. Forging the plates. 134-6. 3 diagrams
L. Derens. The Dutch Rhenish Railway and its locomotives. 136-8.
illustration, map, diagram (gradient profile)
Gradients are between Utrecht and Arnheim. Steam tramways were operated using Merryweather & Sons tramway locomotives, In the Hague such locomotives were required to be condensing.
The Railway Year Book for 1920. Railway Publishing Co. 138
Fifty years of railway life in England, Scotland and Ireland. Joseph Tatlow. Railway Gazette. 224pp. 138
Composite carriage, East African Rys. 139. illustration
First and second class four-wheel built from salvaged material
Number 335 (15 July 1920)
Four-cylinder compound consolidation locomotives, Minho Douro Ry., Portugal.
Supplied by North British Locomotive Company to requirements of Locomotive Superintendent Duro Sequeira. 2-8-0 which had inside high pressure cylinders (approx. 14.75 x 25.75in); outside lowpressure cylinders (23.25 x 25.75); coupled wheels 4ft 3.25in);n grate area 37.4ft2, 2451ft2 total heating surface and operatd at 228 psi,
Great North of Scotland Ry. 141
Four GCR 2-4-0s with outside frames were on loan.
Glasgow and South Western Railway locomotive rebuilds. 142-4. 2
illustrations, 3 diagrams (including 2 side elevations)
R.H. Whitelegg new 435 class rebuilt 4-4-0 type from Manson 8 class: larger boiler 1301ft2 total heating surface, formerly 1205ft2; 18.36ft2 grate area, formerly 18ft2, boiler pressure 170psi, formerly 150 psi, also simplified valve gear (diagrams). 495 class 4-6-0 Nos. 510 and 511 had been fitted with boilers with a larger grate area (2¼ft2 larger) and extended smokeboxes and improved cabs.
Cambrian Rys. 144
Locomotive on 10.15 from Aberystwyth worked through to Shrewsbury and worked the 14.20 return (10.15 from Paddington)
The Highland Railway and its locomotives. 144-5.
Appointment of Frederick George Smith as Locomotive Superintendent. Following an order for four Castle class 4-6-0 to a P. Drummond design, he ordered the River class from Hawthorn Leslie & Co. in Newcastle which were very powerful, but "exceedingly heavy" which led to Smith's resignation. They included Smith's patented smokebox water heater. No. 70 River Ness and 71 River Spey were delivered and ran a few trial trips.
2-8-8-0 simple Mallet locomotive, Pennsylvania R.R.. 146-9. illustration,
W. Paterson and H.C. Baker. Running shed waste material. 149-51.
Ash disposal showing an Armstrong & Rogers machine for disposing smokebox ash in use at Old Oak Common locomotive depot and a washing machine supplied by Summerscales Ltd of Keighley for recycling sponge cloths used in locomotive cleaning.
Midland Ry. 151.
Notable withdrawals included 4-2-2 Nos. 601 (26) and 686 (2602) the latter was one of those with 7ft 9½ driving wheels built in 1900. 800 class 2-4-0: Nos. 51 (818) and 65 (93); 890 class 2-4-0 Nos. 73 (895) and 79 (901); Jiohnson No. 1 class of 1876 No. 151 (70); 4-40 (of 1876): No. 302 (1314) and condensing 0-4-4T Nos. 1281 and 1282.
The Festiniog Railway & its locomotives. 152-4
L Derens. The Dutch Rhenish Railways and its locomotives, 156
T.H. Sanders. Laminated railway springs. 157
Number 336 (14 August 1920)
Two-cylinder compound superheater locomotive, Central Argentine
Railway. 165-6. illustration, diagram (side elevations)
Design of J.P. Crouch, Chief Mechanical Engineer, Constructed North British Locomotive Co.
4-4-4 passenger tank locomotive, Metropolitan Railway.
167. diagram (side & front elevations)
Charles Jones design; built Kerr Stuart & Co.
Mesopotamian Railways; opening of the Basrah to Baghdad Ry. 168-9. illustration
Continuous foot-boards on Indian trains. 170; 171
Locomotive construction at the Schneider Works. 172-4. illustration, 3 diagrams (including side and front elevations, cross sections & plan)
J. Franco. Four-cylinder compound express locomotive for the Java
State Rys. 176-8. illustration, 9 diagrams (including side and front elevations,
cross sections & plan)
3ft 6in gauge Pacific built by Wekspoor of Amsterdam
T.H. Sanders. Laminated railway springs. Section III. Manufacture of the spring. Sub-Section B. Forging the plates. 182-3. 2 diagrams
Caledonian Railway, 20-ton six-wheeled goods brake vans. 184-5. illustration,
diagram (side elevation & plan)
Built Clayton Wagons Ltd., Lincoln. Inside painted stone colour with light blue ceiling. Seats, lockers, etc paited dark stone colour. Exterior red oxide, but ends painted Regal red.
No 338 (15 September 1920)
London and North Western Railway locomotive "Patriot". 189. illustration
Photograph clearly shows War Memorial nameplate on No. 1914: In memory of the fallen L. & N.W.R. employees 1914-1919.
2-6-0 locomotive, London, Brighton and South Coast Railway.
190. illustration, diagram (side elevation)
"Second dome" contained top feed apparatus; Robinson superheater also fitted
The Dalmuir locomotive works of Messrs. William Beardmore
& Co. Ltd. 195-9. 5 illustrations
Major supplier to Admiralty during WW1, by end of which 42,500 were employed. At Dalmuir gun manufacture was taking place and the Board had decided to switch production to locomotives. Locomotive repair was also performed as backlogs had been forced upon the main railway companies by the demands of carrying wartime traffic. The first locomotive to leave the works was a 2-8-0 freight engine for the East Indian Railway (photograph shows Lady Beardmore on footplate.
J. Franco. Four-cylinder compound express locomotive for the Java
State Ry. 200-3. 4 illustrations, 6 diagrams
Continued from p. 181.
Locomotives of the New Zealand Government Railways. Notes on early and modern types. 204-6. 6 illustrations
A.K. Homan, district locomotive superintendent appointed deputy locomotive & carriage superintendent Oude & Rohilkund Ry. 212
H.D. Furley, district locomotive superintendent North Western Ry. appointed deputy locomotive superintendent. 212
No 338 (15 October 1920)
Pacific type express locomotive, Madrid, Saraggosa-Alicante Ry. 213-14.
American Locomotive Company two-cylinder design
4-6-0 express locomotive class, Great Central Ry. 214-15. 2
No. 1165 Valour with its special War Memorial nameplate: four-cylinder simple
Glasgow & South Western Ry. locomotive rebuilds. 215. 2 diagrams
Whitelegg rebuild of Manson 4-6-0 with boilers with increased heating surface (larger fireboxes and smokeboxes)
A.R. Bennet. The Isle of Wight Railway and its locomotives. 216-18. 4 illustrations, 2 diagrams (side elevations)
Diesel electric railway cars. 222-6. 3 illustrations, 6 diagrams
(including side, front/rear and cross sectional elevations and
Swedish (ASEA) standard and narrow gauge railcars.
Burry Port and Gwendraeth Valley Ry. 226.
Train of North London Ry. carriages overhauled and repainted at Wolverton Works for service on this line. Railway considering fitting these with electric lighting. Locomotives with a hooter in addition to the whistle to enable driver to call upon the guard to apply brake.
Great Central Rly ordered ten four-cylinder express locomotives and tenders from Vulcan Foundry and five from Beyer, Peacock & Co. Ltd
[Kalabagh Bannu]. 226
2ft 6in gauge feeder line in India ordered seven 2-8-2 tender locomotives from North British Locomotive Co. Ltd.
T.H. Sanders. Laminated railway springs. Section III. Manufacture of the spring. Sub-Section C. Back plates. 227-8.
L. Derens. The Dutch Rhenish Railway and its locomotives. 228-31. 2 illustrations, 2 diagrams (side elevations), table
[NER appointments]. 231
R. Pick, manager of the carriage works at York retired and was succeeded by Lt. Col. E. Thompson, manager of carriage & wagon department of the GNR at Doncaster
No 339 (15 November 1920)
4-4-4 passenger tank locomotive, Metropolitan Railway.
Manufactured to design of Charles Jones by Kerr Stuart & Co. Ltd. No. 103 illustrated
North Eastern Ry. 238
Locomotives withdrawn included: single-driver express Nos. 1523, 1526, 1528 and 1529; two McDonnell 4-4-0s Nos. 180 and 664 and Fletcher 901 class No. 640, tank engine No. 69 and 0-6-0 No. 203.
4-6-0 locomotive: Nigerian Rys. 238-9. illustration, diagram (side
Nasmyth, Wilson & Co. for 3ft 6in gauge
Four-coupled bogie saddle tank, Great Western Railway. 239-40. 2 illustrations,
diagram (side elevation)
Dean WN 1094 RN 13 constructed as 2-4-2BT; rebuilt as 4-4-0ST
Three-cylinder 2-6-0 locomotive, Great Northern Ry. 255
Photograph of No. 1001 (Supplement missing from copy examined).
Great Northern Ry. 255.
No. 1421 (four-cylinder Atlantic) converted to standard two-cylinder layout. Latest 0-6-0 goods locomotive No. 630. GNR offer for sale: five 0-6-0 goods engines and two four-coupled passenger tank engines
Tank locomotive, Belfast, Holywood and Bangor Ry. 255. illustration
2-4-0T No. 5 built by Yorkshire Engine Co. Ltd. in 1870
No 340 (15 December 1920)
4-6-0 locomotive Bengal-Nagpur Ry. 261; 262. illustration, diagram
Robert Stephenson & Co. Ltd product to design of A.C. Carr, Chief Mechanical Engineer under inspection of Sir John Wolfe Barry, Lyster & Partners
Four-coupled bogie express loco. Highland Railway. 262-3. diagram
No. 73 Snaigow: C. Cumming design built by R. & W. Hawthorn, Leslie & Co.
Great Western Ry. 263
There are now nearly 200 of the 2-6-0 mixed traffic engines in service. Seven more of the 4700 class 2-8-0 mixed traffic engines are under construction at Swindon, Nos. 4701 and 4702 being in service. Several 0-6-0 goods engines are being repaired at the Parkhead Works of Messrs. Beardmore. The 4-4-0 tender engines Brunel, Gooch, Armstrong and Charles Saunders had been rebuilt with standard driving wheels 6ft. 8¾ in. diameter, similar to the Flower class. The single line viaduct approaching Penzance of fifty-one spans, supported on timber piles, is being replaced by a solid embankment, sufficiently wide to take a double road, as well as a future engine line connecting Penzance station and the sheds at Ponsandane. When completed the large 4-6-0 engines will be permitted to run through to Penzance; at present they are not allowed beyond Marazion.
W. Gratwicke and E.N. Bowman. 1-C+C-1 electric freight locomotives for the Swiss Federal Railways Administration. 264-7. 4 diagrams (including general arrangement drawings side and front elevations)
Caledonian Ry. 267
Some three-cylinder 4-6-0 express engines "under construction"
London, Brighton & South Coast Ry. 267
Latest Mogul tender engines to be completed Nos. 347 and 348
A.R. Bennet. The Chronicles of Boulton's Sidings. 268-9
Locomotives of the New Zealand Government Railways. 270-3. 7 illustrations
Clarence O. Becker. The La Paz-Yungas Railway, Bolivia. 273-6. 2 illustrations, map
Drop hammer stamping in railway works. 276-81. 4 illustrations, 6 diagrams
T.H. Sanders. Laminated railway springs. Section III. Manufacture of the spring. Sub-Section C. Back plates. 282-3. 6 diagrams