The Design and Construction of Extension to British European Airways Engineering Base at London Airp

Author: Edwards, P B;Rigg, R B

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The Design and Construction of Extension to British European Airways Engineering Base at London Airp

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The Design and Construction of Extension to British European Airways Engineering Base at London Airp
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Edwards, P B;Rigg, R B

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The subject of this paper is the design and construction of hangars and workshops together with maintenance aprons which form part of the extension to British European Airways Corporation Engineering Base at London Airport. P. B. Edwards and R.B. Rigg

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