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" The shaft of the lighthouse was to be tied together with bands, and its eight sides supported with timber braces from the cradle upwards to the cornice. The cradle was to be drawn and pushed forward by powerful screws along the railway, on the principle... "
THE LOCAL HISTORIAN'S TABLE BOOK - Página 314
por Moses Aaron Richardson - 1846
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The Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal, Volumen4

1841
...sides are to be supported with timber braces from the cradle upward* to the cornice. The cradle is to be drawn and pushed forward by powerful screws,...Morton's patent slip for the repairing of vessels. However surprising the removal of such a building may appear to many, yet in New York, for some years...
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The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

Charles W. Vincent, James Mason - 1842
...be supported upon bearers, with about 250 wheels, of six inches diameter, and was to traverse on six lines of railway to be laid on the new pier for that...pushed forward by powerful screws along the railway, on the principle of Morton's patent slip for repairing vessels." The only deviation from this plan,...
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The parliamentary gazetteer of England and Wales. 4 vols. [bound in 12 pt ...

England - 1840
...inches of rail. wiiy, which was laid on the new pier fur that purpose. The •haft nt the lighthouse was tied together with bands, and Its eight sides supported...with timber braces from the cradle upwards to the roruice. The cradle was drawn and pushed for. ward along the railway by a wiiidlns with ropes, worked...
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The Mechanic's Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette, Volumen35

1841
...be supported upon bearers, with about 250 wheels of 6 inches diameter, intended to traverse on six lines of railway to be laid on the new pier for that purpose. The shaft of the light-house is to be tied together with bands, and its eight tides are to be supported with timber braces from...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volumen35

Perry Fairfax Nursey - 1841
...supported upon bearers, •with about 250 wheels of 6 inches diameter, intended to traverse on six lines of railway to be laid on the new pier for that purpose. The shaft of the light-house is to be tied together with bands, and its eight lides are to be supported with timber braces from...
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The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette, Volumen35

1841
...bearers, •with about 250 wheels of 6 inches diameter, intended to traverse on six lines of railway to he laid on the new pier for that purpose. The shaft of the light-house is to be tied together with bands, and its eight «ides are to be supported with timber braces from...
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The Penny Magazine of the Society for the Diffusion of ..., Volumen2;Volumen11

1842
...bearers, with about two hundred and fifty wheels of six inches diameter, and was to traverse on six lines of railway, to be laid on the new pier for that...pushed forward by powerful screws along the railway, on the principle of Morton's patent slip for repairing vessels." This was the plan proposed, and was...
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Annual Register, Volumen83

Edmund Burke - 1842
...be supported upon bearers, with about 250 wheels of six inches diameter, and was to traverse on six lines of railway to be laid on the new pier for that...pushed forward by powerful screws along the railway above-mentioned, on the principle of Morton's patent slip for the repairing of vessels." The project...
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History, Topography, and Directory of the County Palatine of Durham ...

Whellan, William, & Co - 1856 - 1068 páginas
...bearers, with about 250 wheels of six inches in diameter, to traverse on six indie* с ' railway, which WM laid on the new pier for that purpose. The shaft of the lighthouse was ti?l together with bands, and it« eight sides supported with timber braces from the cranle upward»...
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Local Records: Or, Historical Register of Remarkable Events which ..., Volumen1

T. Fordyce - 1867
...railway laid for the purpose. The building, which was about 80 feet high, and weighed about 300 tons, was to be tied together with bands, and its eight...braces, from the cradle upwards to the cornice. The necessary preparations having been effected, the work of removal was commenced, and, having been first...
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