A Treatise Upon Cable Or Rope Traction, as Applied to the Working of Street and Other Railways
Offices of "Engineering", 1887 - 195 страници
A treatise on wire rope powered street and other railway systems. Historic recount of cable traction for various transport systems including aerial ropeways. Detailed account of cable powered street railway systems in major cities of the world. (CFD).
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Страница 105 - ... and also in the case of a continuing offence to a further penalty not exceeding five pounds for every day after the first, during which such offence continues.
Страница 105 - Any person or corporation offending against or committing a breach of any of these Byelaws is liable to a penalty not exceeding forty shillings. The provisions of the Tramways Act, 1870, with respect to recovery of penalties is applicable to the penalties for the breach of these Regulations or Byelaws.
Страница 104 - Whenever it is necessary to avoid impending danger, the engine shall be brought to a standstill IV. The entrance to and exit from the carriages shall be by...
Страница 104 - Trade and their officers may, from time to time, and shall on tho application of the local authority of any of the districts through which the said tramways pass, inspect the engine or carriages used on the tramways, and the machinery therein, and may whenever they think fit prohibit the use on the tramways of any of them, which, in their opinion, are not safe...
Страница 104 - Every carriage used on the tramways shall be so constructed as to provide for the safety of passengers, and for their safe entrance to, exit from, and accommodation in, such carriages, and for their protection from the machinery of any engine used for drawing or propelling such carriages.
Страница 105 - Regulations to the best of his ability. 23. Any person offending against or committing a breach of any of these Byelaws or Regulations shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding Forty Shillings. 24. The expression "conductor" shall include any officer or servant in the employment of the Company and having charge of a carriage.
Страница 104 - Authority of any of the districts through which the said tramways pass, inspect such engines or carriages used on the tramways, and the machinery therein, and may, whenever they think fit, prohibit the use on the tramways of any of them which in their opinion are not safe for use.
Страница 104 - The special bell or whistle shall be sounded by the driver of the carriage from time to time when it is necessary as a warning. II.
Страница 104 - A governor (which cannot be tampered with by the driver) shall be attached to each engine, and shall be so arranged that at any time when the engine exceeds a speed of [fen~\ miles an hour it shall cause the steam to be shut off and the break applied. (c.} Each engine shall be numbered and the number shall be shown in a conspicuous part thereof.