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Beverley Iron & Wagon Co of Beverley Ironworks, Beverley, Yorkshire
1867 Won all 3 prizes for horse-powered bone mills at the Royal Agricultural Society's meeting
1876 Exhibitor at the Royal Agricultural Show at Birmingham with a large collection of wagons and carts, three portable engines and some bone crushing machines. Also a full range of farming machinery 
1877 Portable engine No. 240 preserved in Australia.
1876 "At the 1876 Royal Agricultural Show they exhibit a large collection of carts, wagons, &c., three good portable engines and some powerful bone crushing mills. This company's stands differ from those of most other engineers in that they appear to contain everything that a farmer can require. Carts, wagons, clod crushers, manure distributors, reaping and mowing machines, threshing machines, portable engines, all may be seen here.".
1879 Beverley Iron and Wagon Co closed in the depression of the late 1870s, with the loss of 200-300 jobs.