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The Heart of the Locomotive

The Reason for the “Grasshopper” Valve Motions seen on Modern Locomotives

By C. H. Claudy

Strategic Moves of the War--July 14th, 1915

By Matthew E. Hanna

Which is the Most Powerful Battleship?

How the Big Gun Plus High Speed Make for Efficiency

By J. Bernard Walker

What Amount of Water Should be Used in Concrete Mixtures, Digging Battlefield Trenches by Machine and more

By H. Colin Campbell

Certified Watches, Pranks of a Cyclone and more

By L. William Thavis

The Thermaphone, Resurrecting a Dead Battery

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    Correspondence - July 24, 1915

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July 24, 1915Cover Image: A Jolly Jack Tar in the Muzzle of One of HMS Queen Elizabeth's 15-Inch Gun

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