1835. London & Birmingham Railway. Report of Robert Stephenson, Esq., C.E., on the Formation of a Railway by Undulatory Planes, to the Directors of the London and Birmingham Railway. Contained in a complete rare weekly issue of the Mechanics' Magazine, 1835.
1835. London & Birmingham Railway. Report of Robert Stephenson, Esq., C.E., on the Formation of a Railway by Undulatory Planes, to the Directors of the London and Birmingham Railway. Contained in a complete rare weekly issue of the Mechanics' Magazine, 1835.
1835. London & Birmingham Railway. Report of Robert Stephenson, Esq., C.E., on the Formation of a Railway by Undulatory Planes, to the Directors of the London and Birmingham Railway. Contained in a complete rare weekly issue of the Mechanics' Magazine, 1835.

1835. London & Birmingham Railway. Report of Robert Stephenson, Esq., C.E., on the Formation of a Railway by Undulatory Planes, to the Directors of the London and Birmingham Railway. Contained in a complete rare weekly issue of the Mechanics' Magazine, 1835.

London: February 28, 1835, 1835. First Edition. Disbound. Very Good Condition. Item #350544

32 pages, with woodcuts. Other material in this issue includes the Steam Carriage Inquiry, the comparative cost of candle and gas light (by J.O.N. Rutter), and the art of bookbinding. Note; this is an original article separated from the volume, not a reprint or copy. Size: Octavo (13.5 x 21.5 cms). Quantity Available: 1. Category: Mechanics' Magazine; New Arrivals; Inventory No: 350544.

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