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Image from page 324 of “Railway and locomotive engineering : an useful journal of railway motive power and rolling stock” (1901)
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Identifier: railwaylocomotiv19newy
Title: Railway and locomotive manufacturing : a practical journal of railroad motive energy and moving stock
12 Months: 1901 (1900s)
Topics: Railroads Locomotives
Publisher: New York : A. Sinclair Co
Adding Library: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
Digitizing Sponsor: Lyrasis People and Sloan Foundation

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mount to about 1/54 percent, of thetotal cost of locomotive maintenanceper motor mile, the greatest product be-ing gas, which sums to about 48 %, of the total price. Locomotivemaintenance includes cost of round-house work, repair works, coal, waste, oil andsupplies, and in addition it includes the pay ofthe motor crew. This new technique,which some roads have actually followed, con-sists of an allowance per motor milefor repair works, and also this allowance varies,usually, from about 2^ dollars per milefor the lightest capacity to 7 or 8 centsper mile for heaviest motors, and(omprises working and general repairs.The numbers for the different allowancesare in line with the average cost of re-pairs, covering a long duration, for thedifferent classes of power. Each engine should obtain credit atthe ruling scrap price for every poundof material removed in the program ofrepairs. Harm by accident forms aseparate product and may be shown in acolumn on it’s own. Motor failures whichare set off by weakness of parts.

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FIG. 2. OLD WOOD-BURNING TANK SYSTEM, NO. 635. J., M. & L R. R. stitution. Whenever Professor Goss wasappointed to the head of engineer-ing division at Purdue, it absolutely was Mr.Wells, representing the trustees, whofirst provided him welcome. Expense Per Mile Run.Suppose an engine happens of theshop without debt, that engine has improper repair works, insufficient attention bjthe professional and fireman should really be con-sidered as operating repairs. To make the machine ofmileage allowance profitable, all officialsfrom your head of this division down tothe foreman in charge of the work mustdisplay an active desire for the recordof each engine and also the performance 3t4 RAILWAY AND LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERING July, 1906. sheets must certanly be examined carefully by allconcerned, among who, naturally, arethe engineer and fireman. These sheetsshow how the allowance per mile standsat any particular time, the mileagemade, the materials plus the work put oneach machine. Under this technique eachmonth the master mechanic is

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Image from page 233 of “the annals and antiquities of London, Westminster, Southwark and parts adjacent” (1827)
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Identifier: historyantiquiti03alle
Title: The history and antiquities of London, Westminster, Southwark and parts adjacent
12 Months: 1827 (1820s)
Authors: Allen, Thomas, 1803-1833
Publisher: London : Jaques and Wright
Adding Library: Robarts – University of Toronto
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eir allyavnces. Hee dyed the past jvne,ano do mine, 1608. Intravit vt exiret. The dead and his lady tend to be kneeling opposite together,at altars, with a family of five sons and four daughters in the back,the whole flanked by two Corinthian articles ; the canopy sustainsa style of a ship-of-war ; the entire is in very good preservation,except the original colours, the monument having been paintedwhite whenever church had been rebuilt; a warm rock colour was *os REPUTATION FOR LONDON. provided to it in the last restoration, together with model of the ship and thevarious enrichments gilt.* Similar hue has also been offered tothe memorial of Pemberton. Upon the complete, the current repairreflects the best credit upon the parochial authorities ; this, andother circumstances becoming noticed in the program regarding the work, shew a lau-dable nature of enhancement prevails inside metropolis, which willone day, it is becoming wished, render nugatory the often repeated cen-sure upon churchwardens repair works. Tlueadneedle Street.

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1. Altar.—2. Pulpit.—3. Pembertons Monument.—4. Oteewiches Moaumeut.G. Stapers Monument. >. Font.- Arrange of St. Martin Outwich Church.1760. The old church ended up being an appealing and venerable edifice, as ap-pears when you look at the view above. Through the preceding program, it should be seen your chapel consistedof a nave and south aisle, lighted by five-pointed windows on thenorth side, all of these differed inside their dimensions and ornaments, andby two during the east end. In the west end had been a smalKtower, having*one story above the primary building. The nave and aisle, were se-parated internally by arches resting- on clustered columns, andthere was a little gallery throughout the western extremity. The pul-pit was fixed between two regarding the house windows, regarding the norih side of thechurch close to the east end where the preacher in consequence of thenumerous house windows, was constantly interrupted and his vocals ren-dered inaudible by the noise of carriages, and also the ribaldry ofstage coachmen. An altar tomb then stood regarding north s

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