Thursday, 2 February 2017
Sunday, 1 March 2015
A Practical Work for Electrical Installation Engineers and Contractors, Plant Engineers and Works Electricians.
By A. J. Coker
General Editor E. Molloy
Editor of "Electrical Engineer"
George Newnes Limited
1945 (first pub. 1940)
Saturday, 7 December 2013
"The Evolution of the Flying Machine"
"Twenty-Five Years of Flying"
"The Steel Construction of Aeroplanes," etc.
With an Introduction
SIR SEFTON BRANCKER, O.B.E., A.F.C.
(Director if Civil Aviation)
SAMPSON LOW, MARSTON & CO., LTD.
[No date inside, but I'm guessing late 1920s, early '30s?]
"Although it has been most convenient, in the preceding brief description, to take one of the well-known "Argosy" machines of Imperial Airways, it is probable that before these lines are being read the first of the new fleet of Handley Page super-giant air liners will have come on to the Continental and Indian services. These new aeroplanes, which I have mentioned briefly before, will have luxuriously-equipped saloons as large as those of railway Pullman-cars. These saloons will be divided into two compartments each seeting twenty passengers, while between the two will be a completely equipped cocktail-bar! In spaciousness and luxury these new 2,000 horse-power air expresses will open up a new era in airway operation."