MONORAIL ROLLING STOCK & PERMANENT WAY PATENT. CAILLET, FRANCE. 1897

PATENT SPECIFICATION No. 29,501.APPLICATION DATE: 22nd December, 1896.SPECIFICATION ACCEPTED: 13th November 1897. TITLE: IMPROVEMENTS IN THE ROLLING STOCK AND PERMANENT WAY OF SINGLE RAIL RAILWAYS. APPLICANT: HENRY JULES CAILLET of 7 Boulevard St. Denis, Paris, France. Size: 195mmx270mm. No. of pages of text: 8. No. of pages of drawings: 10. (7 pages of drawings of rolling stock, 3 pages of drawings on the permanent way). Size of page of drawing/s: 300mmx225mm. Brief Description of Patent: This invention relates to the construction and arrangement of special material including rolling stock and permanent way for single rail railways laid on the ground. The rolling stock comprises cars having two wheels arranged one in front and the other behind outside of the body of the car as shown in Figs. 1, 2 and 3 of the accompanying illustrative drawings. Condition: Slight crinkling. This was sold by Manchester Library and has their stamp impression on some of the pages/drawings. Multiple Item Postage: Patents can be combined for postage costs, the cost is the same whether you purchase one or several, so check out our Ebay Shop patent listings as well. This patent specification has been disbound from a volume of 100 different patents. This is an original HMSO published item at the time, not a modern copy as are being sold elsewhere. The

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