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Railway Age Gazette, Mechanical Edition

Railway Age Gazette, Mechanical Edition was the name of a railroad engineering journal in the early 20th century, part of a long line of such journals published under various names.

Publication History

Railway Age Gazette, Mechanical Edition began in 1913, after the company publishing the Railway Age Gazette acquired the American Engineer and Railroad Journal. It continued the issue numbering of the absorbed journal, and hence began in the middle of volume 87. It published under the name Railway Age Gazette, Mechanical Edition until 1915 (with "Including the American Engineer" as a subtitle), and then changed its name to Railway Mechanical Engineer in 1916.

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