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1874 London: Engineers - Marine

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1874.

Extracted for the 1874 Post Office Directory for London

Engineers—Marine. See also Engineers—Mechanical.

  • Canada Works (Birkenhd.),103 Cannon st E C
  • Chaplin's Patent Steam Engines and Boilers, 117 Cannon st E C and Regent’s pl. Comrcl. rd. eaE
  • Hamilton's Windsor Iron Works Limited (Samuel Henry Louttit, sec.), 110 Cannon street E C ; works, Garston, Liverpool
  • Hide and Thompson, 4 Cullum street E C
  • Humphrys, Tennant and Co. Deptford pier S E
  • King Charles Beeden, 7 Dowgate hill E C
  • Olrick Lewis, 27 Leadenhall street E C
  • Rennie John and Geo. 60 Holland street, Blackfriars rd S E and Thames st. and Ravensbourne street, Greenwich S E
  • Silcock William, 24 York st. west, Stepney E
  • Simpson (J.) and Co. Grosvenor rd. Pimlico SW
  • Starnes John S. 13 Broad street, Ratclife E and 4 New London street. Fenchurch street E C
  • Stephenson Robert and Co.24 Gt. George st SW
  • Watkins Alfred, A.R.S.M.E. (consulting), 46 Lime street E C
  • Wilson Alexr. and Co. Nine Elms SW
  • Wimshurst, Hollick and Co. 117 Cannon st E C; works. Regent’s pl. Commercial rd. east E
  • Winter Thos. B. (consulting), 28 Moorgate st E C

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