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Electrification of the London "Underground" Railway

The Subway Contractor and the Suffering Public

Tests of Oil Fuel on Locomotives

Failure of the "Iowa's" 12-Inch Gun

English Report on the American Railways

Powerful English Engine for Suburban Traffic

The Stanley Airship

Ore Finding by Electricity

By Herbert C. Fyfe

Alexander Graham Bell

By Marcus Benjamin

Experiments in Food Preservatives Conducted by the Department of Agriculture

Condition of the Work on the Subway

Motors for the New York City Subway

The Latest Atlantic Liner, "Kaiser Wilhelm II"

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  • Index of Inventions - May 2, 1903

  • New Books, Etc. - May 2, 1903

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May 02, 1903

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