. The Street railway journal . FIG. 1—GENERAL VIEW OF COAL HANDLING APPARATUS—SOUTHERN STATION OF BROOKLYN CITY RAILWAY. South Brooklyn, is designed for a capacity of 12,000 h. p.,and supplies power to the cars operating in the southernand western districts of the city. There are at presentsix Allis compound, condensing Corliss engines, with cy-linder dimensions twenty-six inches and forty-eight inchesby torty-eight inch stroke, which are belted to twelve500 k. w. generators of the General Electric M. P. type.1 he steam generating equipment at present consists ofeight batteries of Babcock & Wi

. The Street railway journal . FIG. 1—GENERAL VIEW OF COAL HANDLING APPARATUS—SOUTHERN STATION OF BROOKLYN CITY RAILWAY. South Brooklyn, is designed for a capacity of 12,000 h. p.,and supplies power to the cars operating in the southernand western districts of the city. There are at presentsix Allis compound, condensing Corliss engines, with cy-linder dimensions twenty-six inches and forty-eight inchesby torty-eight inch stroke, which are belted to twelve500 k. w. generators of the General Electric M. P. type.1 he steam generating equipment at present consists ofeight batteries of Babcock & Wi Stock Photo
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. The Street railway journal . FIG. 1—GENERAL VIEW OF COAL HANDLING APPARATUS—SOUTHERN STATION OF BROOKLYN CITY RAILWAY. South Brooklyn, is designed for a capacity of 12, 000 h. p., and supplies power to the cars operating in the southernand western districts of the city. There are at presentsix Allis compound, condensing Corliss engines, with cy-linder dimensions twenty-six inches and forty-eight inchesby torty-eight inch stroke, which are belted to twelve500 k. w. generators of the General Electric M. P. type.1 he steam generating equipment at present consists ofeight batteries of Babcock & Wilcox boilers, each compris-ing two water tube boilers of 250 h. p. each. The facilities for the receipt of fuel are excellent, andits cost for handling has been reduced by the use of laborsaving appliances, to a minimum. Through the kindness Coal is landed at this pier in barges, and is then au-tomatically conveyed to a pocket, shown at the center ofFig. 1, by means of a continuous or belt track on a raisedtrestle, upo

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