Reference numberMS/525/6/6/2/15
TitleLetter from Dugald Clerk to Joseph Ernest Petavel, Physical Laboratory, Victoria University, Manchester
Date26 February 1915
DescriptionHe has spent some hours at Trinity House. They have an even better clock than that described in 'Engineering' and the difficulty is therefore solved. Clerk spoke with Sir Thomas Matthews about 'the mushroom part of our device' and Matthews has placed at their disposal some experience with light moorings for gas buoys.
FormatCarbon copy
Access statusOpen
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