Preliminary Report on the Use of Metal Track on Railways as a Substitute for Wooden Ties Volume 1-4

Preliminary Report on the Use of Metal Track on Railways as a Substitute for Wooden Ties Volume 1-4

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1889 edition. Excerpt: ...while hot from the rolls. Rent clip and horizontal wedge fastening for outer flange of rail. (See 214,192.) No. 164,793; date, June 22, 1-75; Ramou Baiiolas.--Cross-ties of T section, carrying longitndinal stringers of J. section, to which flangeless rails of section are bolted. No. 166,625; date, August 10, 1875; R. E. Nichols.--A continuous hollow bearing, section similar to lower half of letter A; bottom closed; top open, wilh horizontal flanges to carry the rail flange; cross-ticsof ( section. Longitndinals and crossties filled with broken stone. No. 171,422; date, December 21, 1875; John Quigley.--A cast-iron cross-tie with chair combined, for street railway track. No. 172,041; date, January 11, 1876; E. E. Lewis.--A cross-tie of + section, with the top vertical flange cut away for the rails, which are secured by wedges. (See 183,766.) No. 176,213; date, April 18, 1870; George D. Blaisdell.--A east-iron cross-tie, with wide ends and looso bearing blocks, all held together by a bolt running through the whole length of the tie. No. 182,984; date, October: ), 1876; Leonora E. Yates.--Cross-ties of "i "V7 or J section, the latter being semi-cylindrical, with flanges. The rails are fastened by bolted clamps. No. 183,766; 183,767; 183,768; date, October 31, 1876; E. E. Lewis.--A cross-tie cf + section; rails of different forms. Also a joint tie of J.J. section. (See 172,041.) No. 183,808; date, December 26, 1876; D. S. Whittenhall.--A cross-tie of //Nv section; the rails resting in notches in the top ridges. No. 188,087; date, March 6, 1877; H. S. Wilson.--A cross-tie of I section, with fixed and movable rail clips. No. 188,710; date, March 20, 1877; N. S. White.--A continuous bed-plate under each rail, with cross-ties. No....show more

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  • Paperback | 32 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 77g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236993241
  • 9781236993243