Transactions of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. LXVIII, Sept. 1910 Summary

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2,878 words, approx. 10 pages
THE NEW YORK TUNNEL EXTENSION OF THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. Meadows Division and Harrison transfer yard.[A] By E. B. Temple, M. Am.  Soc.  C. E. The New York Tunnel Extension of the Pennsylv... Read more
10,354 words, approx. 35 pages
Paper No. 1150 THE NEW YORK TUNNEL EXTENSION OF THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. By Charles W. Raymond, M. Am.  Soc.  C. E.[A] Some time before the appointment of the Board of Engineers which supe... Read more
11,033 words, approx. 37 pages
THE NEW YORK TUNNEL EXTENSION OF THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. The Terminal Station-west.[A] By B.F.  Cresson, Jr., M. Am.  Soc.  C.E. Location of Work.—­The area covered by the ... Read more
4,491 words, approx. 15 pages
THE NEW YORK TUNNEL EXTENSION OF THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. The east river Division. By Alfred Noble, past-President, am.  Soc.  C. E. A general outline of the work included in this Division... Read more
18,751 words, approx. 63 pages
WASH-BORINGS. The general plan of enclosing the area in retaining walls having been adopted, wash-borings were taken, for the purpose of determining the best location for the walls, the depth of rock,... Read more