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25 - Old Print Mekarski Compressed Air Tram Car Plan Framing Carriage 1876 153J041
Old Print Mekarski Compressed Air Tram Car Plan Framing Carriage 1876 153J041
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Old Original Antique Victorian Print A page from The Engineer dated 1867 Size of each page is 16 x 11 inches (410x280). All are genuine pages from, that issue not modern reproductions, other issues are available and also we have them all available on CD. The Engineer is a London-based fortnightly magazine covering the latest developments and business news in engineering and technology in the UK and internationally. Founded in January 1856, it is among the world's oldest professional journals. The Engineer was established by Edward Charles Healey, an entrepreneur and engineering enthusiast with financial interests in the railways whose friends included Robert Stephenson and Isambard Brunel.