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Baldwin and Heap

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Samuel Baldwin & Heap engine at Masson Mills Museum

Baldwin & Heap of Bethesda Works, Burnley, Lancashire

1910
1911.
1917.

of Burnley

See also Samuel Baldwin

Manufacturers of machinery for the textile industries

1913 Horizontal steam engine driving mechanics’ workshop at Spring Gardens Mill, Colne. [1]

1930s Two storey cage hoist made by Baldwin & Heap for Bancroft Mill, Barnoldswick [2]

Supplied equipment for dyeing and bleaching yarn on the beam to the USA and S America [3]

Horizontal steam engine with ‘Samuel Baldwin & Heap Ltd Makers Burnley’ on nameplate, running on compressed air to drive workshop lineshafts at Masson Mills museum.

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Sources of Information

  1. ’The Textile Mills of Pendle and their Steam Engines’ by Geoff Shackleton, Landmark Publishing Ltd, 2006
  2. ’The Textile Mills of Pendle and their Steam Engines’ by Geoff Shackleton, Landmark Publishing Ltd, 2006
  3. [1]Evening Post (Wellington, NZ), 1 March 1926