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" ... to 2 yards in thickness, sufficient time being allowed for subsidence before the next layer is added — the cost of stations, which in some of the great lines forms a considerable proportion of the whole cost. The author then proceeds to suggest... "
American Railroad Journal - Page 45
1840
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The Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal, Volume 2

William Laxton - 1839 - 522 pages
...the upiew. of the author, ought to be earned up in layers or courses of from one ari a half to two yards in thickness, sufficient time being allowed...proportion of the whole cost. The author then proceeds to suggeU means for effecting a consilient.; saving in the original cost of railways; n certain method...
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The Mechanic and Chemist: A Magazine of the Arts and Sciences, Volume 4

1839
...the cost of stations, which in some of the great lines forms a considerable proportion of the •hole cost. The author then proceeds to suggest means for...preventing accidents by collision, a saving in the annual expenditure, ud a better adaptation of the locomotive engine to its work. With these views he...
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The Franklin Journal, and American Mechanics' Magazine, Volumes 25-26

1840 - 908 pages
...cuttings and embankments to be formed with elopes, which are dangerous, and add to their cost—the imperfect formation of the embankments, especially...preventing accidents by collision, a saving in the annual expenditure, and a better adaptation of the locomotive engine to its work. With these views,...
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London Journal of Arts, Sciences and Manufacturers, and Repertory ..., Volume 15

William Newton, Charles Frederick Partington - 1840 - 546 pages
...clayey soils, which in the opinion of the author ought to be carried up in layers or courses of from 1g to 2 yards in thickness, sufficient time being allowed...preventing accidents by collision, a saving in the annual expenditure, and a better adaptation of the locomotive engine to its work. With these views,...
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The London Journal of Arts and Sciences, Volume 15

1840 - 542 pages
...clayey soils, which in the opinion of the author ought to be carried up in layers or courses of from \\ to 2 yards in thickness, sufficient time being allowed...preventing accidents by collision, a saving in the annual expenditure, and a better adaptation of the locomotive engine to its work. With these views,...
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Journal of the Franklin Institute of the State of Pennsylvania for the ...

1840 - 908 pages
...clayey soils, which in the opinion of the author ought to be carried up in layers or courses of from I i to 2 yards in thickness, sufficient time being allowed...preventing accidents by collision , a saving in the annual expenditure, and a better adaptation of the locomotive engine to its work. With these views,...
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The London journal of arts and sciences (and repertory of patent inventions ...

William Newton - 1840 - 540 pages
...yards in thickness, sufficient time being allowed for subsidence before the next layer is added—the cost of stations, which in some of the great lines...preventing accidents by collision, a saving in the annual expenditure, and a better adaptation of the locomotive engine to its work. With these views,...
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Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Volume 1

Institution of Civil Engineers (Great Britain) - 1848 - 536 pages
...to the Executing principal causes of the great differences between the original estimate Railwaysand cost of railways. Among these he enumerates the imperfect...preventing accidents by collision, a saving in the annual expenditure, and a better adaptation of the locomotive engine to its work. With these views,...
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Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Volume 1

Institution of Civil Engineers (Great Britain) - 1848 - 652 pages
...clayey soils, which in the opinion of the author ought to be carried up in layers or courses of from 1 J to 2 yards in thickness, sufficient time being allowed...preventing accidents by collision, a saving in the annual expenditure, and a better adaptation of the locomotive engine to its work. With these views,...
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Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Volume 1

Institution of Civil Engineers (Great Britain) - 1848 - 570 pages
...clayey soils, which in the opinion of the author ought to be carried up in layers or courses of from 1 1 to 2 yards in thickness, sufficient time being allowed...preventing accidents by collision, a saving in the annual expenditure, and a better adaptation of the locomotive engine to its work. With these views,...
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