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Paper documenting the history of the establishment and operation of the street railways in Hagerstown, Maryland. Includes drawings and charts. This paper was prepared as part of Campbell's initiation into Phi Mu, an engineering honor society.
Topic: Street-railroads -- Maryland -- Hagerstown
Description of the buildings comprising the Washington Brick Company and the Company's manufacturing methods. Includes photographs. This paper was prepared as part of Northrop's initiation into Phi Mu, an engineering honor society.
Topics: Washington Brick Company, Brickmaking -- Maryland -- Muirkirk, Brickmaking machinery -- Maryland --...
Paper describing the history and erection of the Huntingdon Avenue electric railway viaduct in Baltimore, Maryland. Includes information about street railways in Baltimore, photographs, drawings, maps, and blueprints. This paper was prepared as part of Sperry's initiation into Phi Mu, an engineering honor society.
Topics: Viaducts -- Maryland -- Baltimore -- History, Street-railroads -- Maryland -- Baltimore -- History
Paper documenting the role of the Landover substation in the electrification of the Pennsylvania Railroad as well as the history of the establishment of the substation and its construction. Includes photographs and drawings. This paper was prepared as part of Flagg's initiation into Phi Mu, an engineering honor society.
Topics: Pennsylvania Railroad -- Buildings, Electric substations -- Maryland -- Landover, Electric...
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Paper describing the early history and subsequent development of street railways in Washington, D.C., including horse cars, cable cars, and electric railways. Includes diagrams, photographs, and drawings. This paper was prepared as part of Gray's initiation into Phi Mu, an engineering honor society.
Topics: Street-railroads -- Washington (D.C.) -- History, Transportation -- Washington (D.C.) -- History.
Paper tracing the history and construction of the subways beneath the U.S. Capitol and describing the cars used on these routes. Includes photographs, drawings, and other illustrations. This paper was prepared as part of Wedding's initiation into Phi Mu, an engineering honor society.
Topics: Subways -- Washington (D.C.) -- Design and construction, Subway stations -- Washington (D.C.) --...