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AND SUSCIII•LANBOUS

AND SUSCIII•LANBOUS

says he is in of a locomotive that will work at the cessmsnii) reeds. . • qnfgrift4 In at elf V'4 wit idcf--40 Asettelatie Raiksay.--We were induced the other day to asionpany a friend to see the operations of Clegg's machine for running on railways or common reads, by dae aid o
July 1, 1839 - Herapath's Railway Journal - London, London, England
 
480

480

July 1, 1839 - Herapath's Railway Journal - London, London, England
 
431

431

482 place there is a curve of about a mile and a quarter radius on a gradient falling about 16 feet per mile. Instead of shutting off the steam at this point, the engine, which was then travelling at a very high velocity, was allowed to run with its full power, and thereby acqui
July 1, 1839 - Herapath's Railway Journal - London, London, England
 
436 RAILWAY NOTICES.

436 RAILWAY NOTICES.

which the resident superintendent, Mr. Biddulph, and the secretary, Mr. Bigg, perform their arduous duties (the latter gentleman, Mr. Blount said, in addition to his usual duties, draws all the contracts, and had saved the company large sums in keeping down the law charges), som
July 1, 1839 - Herapath's Railway Journal - London, London, England
 
RAILWAY NOTICES. 437 Counties Railway, from the 20th April to the 18th May, 1839 :--Earthwork executed, 297,960 cubic yards. number

RAILWAY NOTICES. 437 Counties Railway, from the 20th April to the 18th May, 1839 :--Earthwork executed, 297,960 cubic yards. number

of men, 5,138; number of horses, 513; engines, three locomotive and two stationary. The number of persons which passed between Derby and Nottingham, by the railway, on Tuesday, the first [public) day, amounted to 500. The multitude which assembled in the evening, at Derby, to wi
July 1, 1839 - Herapath's Railway Journal - London, London, England
 
RAILWAY NOTICES.

RAILWAY NOTICES.

printed and disposed of in such manner and by such ways and means as dig directors may consider best for the interests of the company." The chairman, after answering some questions in explanation of the resolution, then declared the business of the meeting to be concluded. A sha
July 1, 1839 - Herapath's Railway Journal - London, London, England
 
65 30

65 30

July 1, 1839 - Herapath's Railway Journal - London, London, England
 
A branch of the Bodmin and Wadebridge Railway rises 1 in 50 = 1051 feet in a mile. On this

A branch of the Bodmin and Wadebridge Railway rises 1 in 50 = 1051 feet in a mile. On this

road there are sharp curves, and the rise very nearly regular. On this, locomotive-engines are regularly worked, taking from 22 to 33 tons, according to the state of the weather. On one occasion one of the engines (the Elephant, made by the Heath Abbey Iron Company) took 361 ton
July 1, 1839 - Herapath's Railway Journal - London, London, England
 
Edward Baines, Esq., Matthew, Esq., ALP - . Edward J. Cayley, Esq., M.P.I Edward Oxenford, Esq. Sir James Gambier. John

Edward Baines, Esq., Matthew, Esq., ALP - . Edward J. Cayley, Esq., M.P.I Edward Oxenford, Esq. Sir James Gambier. John

Rarnshatom Esq., M.P. Thos. Grimsditch, Esq., M.P. I George Rennie, jun., Esq. Mark Gambier; Esq. (John She well, Esq. John Harvey, Esq. John Taylor, Esq. Thos. Hawkes, Esq., M.P. A. J. Valpv, Esq. Aithw Todd Holroyd, Esq. Benj. Bacon Williams. Esq. , Hopkinson, Esq. (Thomas - W
July 1, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
NEWCASTLE RACES.

NEWCASTLE RACES.

NEWCA?1'LE UACES. Cravoat Stakes of 10 Siv 'ri-ignas each, ojilt 20 ndtied. One walle. Mar Orade'< h. ass flte.', Uisag, 6 year, . * I M~r Kinig'S bl. f. iilaretzile, :i years . . 2 \\ oa irn *. car.ter. Iroaluee Stakes of Stl Sov aeiges each, ha. ft. for tiarec year oIls. Toio m
July 1, 1839 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland