Applications of Electricity to Railway Working

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IN this book the author shows that he is well acquainted with the subject on which he writes, and that his knowledge is of a thoroughly practical character; we can, therefore, recommend it not merely to those who are professionally engaged with railway working, but also to that portion of the public who take an interest in the various methods that are adopted for securing their safety, and administering to their comfort, when they are travelling by rail.

Applications of Electricity to Railway Working.

By W. E. Langdon. Pp. xvi + 331. (London: E. and F. N. Spon, Ltd., 1897.)

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D., P. Applications of Electricity to Railway Working. Nature 59, 409–411 (1899) doi:10.1038/059409a0

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