The Modern Book of Engineering - W. H. MccormickA & C Black, 1937, Hardback ..
Condition: Poor. Boards and spine now faded and somewhat soiled. Spotted, occasionally heavily, throughout although text and plates mostly unaffected. Hinges weakening.
Contents: Building A Steam Locomotive; Assembling 150,000 Motor-Gars A Year; The Birth Of A Great Liner; Tunnels Bored Through Mountains; Roads And Railways Carried Beneath Rivers; The New Mersey Tunnel; Brindley And Canals In England; The Suez Canal; The World’s Most Famous Canal; A Great Canadian Waterway; Notable Arch Bridges; Telford And Suspension Bridges; Cantilever Structures — the Forth And Quebec Bridges; Bridges That Travel, Open, Lift, And Swing;
Size: 9¾" x 7¼"
Number of Pages: 144
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