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Electrical Exhibits at the British Empire Exhibition

Nature volume 113, pages 788791 (31 May 1924) | Download Citation



THE greater part of the exhibits of electrical interest in the British Empire Exhibition at Wembley Park is concentrated in the great Palace of Engineering, which, during these early weeks of the: Exhibition, is one of the most complete portions-and perhaps the most imposing-of the whole stupendous display. The electrical engineering section, which was organised by the British Electrical and Allied Manufacturers' Association, in conjunction, as regards certain sections, with the Electrical Development Association and the Cable Makers' Association, covers no less than 4j acres of the vast building, forming, we believe, the largest single section of the Exhibition and probably the most complete collection of modern electrical engineering plant and apparatus that has: yet been brought together. It is concentrated in one end of the building, and provided with entrances named appropriately after Faraday and Kelvin.

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