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Allibon and Noyes

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1870. High Pressure Boiler, 35 H.P. Nominal - SS Kirkstall
1870. Engine for SS Kirkstall

Allibon, Noyes & Co of Rosherville Ironworks, Northfleet, Kent.

1867 George Allibon worked for this business

1869 Started building ships on a site adjacent to Northfleet Dockyard[1]

c.1870 Philip Algernon Herbert Noyes joined the firm

1870 Built their 10th steamer, the 'SS Kirkstall' for B. Dawson, and Co., of Kirkstall Abbey Brewery, for trading between Goole and London.[2] [3]

c.1870 Company closed

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times Oct. 12, 1870
  2. [1] Engineering, 4 Nov 1870
  3. [2] Engineering, 18 Nov 1870