Review of Reviews,  4 (1891), 140.

The Ships of the Future. The McDougall Whaleback at Liverpool




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Steamships, Futurism

    Although it was 'at first sneered at as the dream of a crank', the McDougall Whaleback, the hull of which is 'built like the body of a whale', is now recognised as 'the ship of the future'.

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