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Image from page 37 of “The Suburbanite; a monthly magazine for those who are and those who ought to in interested in suburban homes” (1904)
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Identifier: suburbanitemonth07cent
Title: The Suburbanite; a monthly magazine for those who are and those who ought to in interested in suburban homes
Year: 1904 (1900s)
Authors: Central railroad of New Jersey. [from old catalog]
Subjects: New Jersey — Description and travel. [from old catalog] New York (City) — Suburbs. [from old catalog]
Publisher: [New York]
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

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u^; I!nn h. I ■.;l.i.-l .-itl C li > .r-r.,f >t. r fe •fj. ACETYLENE GAS^GENERATORS solve the problem of isolated lightingand afford a beautiful, economicalLght for any buildmg, anywhere Write for C^taloguL V. I. —Fret- J. B. COLT CO. 2 I Barclay Street New York W. C COLLINS Real Cstaic and Insurance fluent Commissioner of DeedsNotar> Public -: -: -Z No. 221 Ocean Avenue Greenville, N. J. COLVILLE Real Estate and Insurance A^ent 7I8 Avenue D. Bayonne, N. JOne Block from 33d Street Station. C R. K- of N. J. HOUSES AND LOTS of all Descriplions and Locations at Lowest Possible PricesSOLE AOENT BAYONNE BUILDING COMPANY brr description and cuts in this issue. Tplpphonr 163 A Witlilii file Siiliiiiiiaii Limits AN ILLUSTRATED BOOKLET Of Suburbein Towns OiV New Jersey Central Sent upon receipt of 4c. in Stamps C. M BURT, Gen. Pass. Agent 143 Liberty St., New tork Citv 30 THE SUBURBANITE BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS. BROAD AND NARROW ClACESINGLE EXPAN- SION ANDCOmPOUND LOCOIIOTIVES.

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IMINE, FURNACEand INDUSTRIAlLOCOMOTIVESELECTRIC LOCO.^IOTIVE and ELECTRIC TRUCKS BURNHAM. WILLIAMS & CO., PHILADELPHIA, PA., U. S. A. NATHAN MFQ. CO. 92 and 94 Liberty Street, New YorkWestern Office: 180 Old Colony BIdg., Chicago MAKERS Ol- Monitor and Nathan Injectors Injectors and Lubricators Specially Constructedfor High Pressures, grading from 25 to 300 lbs. Nathans Sight Feed Lubricators for cylinders :indair brakes. Steiiin Fire Kxtingiiisiiers for switcliiiiK andyard engines. Bciler Wasliers, Und and Guide (HI Luii>,etc. St-iid Jtir it itogiie. Tf^^Safety Car Heating AND Lighting Company 160 BROADWAY NEW YORK CAR LIGHTING by the Pintsch System CAR HEATING by steam jacket System ofhot water circulation. Re-turn anddirect steam systems AUTOMATIC STEAM COUPLERS CHARI.KS MII.I.KH, Prosijeiil Galena=Signal OilCompany franklin, pa. Successor to (i.ilcn.1 Oil Cuinpany and Signal Oil CompanyManulaclurers of Ihe CELEBRATED Galena Coach, Engine and Car Oils AND SIBLEYS PERFECTION

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Image from page 174 of “Electric railway journal” (1908)
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Identifier: electricrailway371911newy
Title: Electric railway journal
Year: 1908 (1900s)
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Subjects: Electric railroads
Publisher: [New York] McGraw Hill Pub. Co
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Smithsonian Libraries

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AILWAY JOURNAL [Vol. XXXVII. No. 4. FLUSH TRANSFER TABLE IN KANSAS CITY RAILWAYSHOPS The mechanical department of the Kansas City Railway &Light Company recently installed at its main repair shops aflush transfer table the design of which includes a number ofinteresting details. Half-tone illustrations and drawings ofthe transfer table are shown. Probably the chief reason whya flush table was installed rather than one of the drop-pit type plate girders 37 ft. 10 in. long by 3 ft. % in. deep. The webplate of each is 5/16 in. thick and is stiffened and reinforcedat the top by a ro-in. 25-lb. inverted channel iron and at bothtop and bottom by 3-in. x 3-in. angle irons. The floor systemconnecting the two main girders and supporting the car-trackrails is subdivided into panels 5 ft. between centers along theaxis of the bridge. The clearance between the sides of thebridge is t ft. less than the spacing of the main girders, whichis 10 ft. 9 in. This leaves ample room in which to handle a

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Kansas City Flush Transfer Table—Side View was because it does not interfere with the use of any tracksnow extending through the car house; also, it does not sec-tionalize the bays in which it is placed so as to make difficultthe trucking of materials and the passage from one end tothe other. It is understood that where a sprinkling systemwith drop heads has not been installed a substantial reductionin insurance rates may be expected, because a transfer table ^4Pipe Flange g-ft. car. The cross members of the bridge are made of anglesand channel sections to which two Trilby rail heads are rivetedto carry the car wheels. The entire transfer bridge is sup-ported by two 33-in. chilled cast-iron plate wheels. The clear-ance between the lowest part of the transfer table and the topof the car house rails is 2 in. These rail tops are Y% in. abovethe level of the concrete floor of the car house.

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