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Death and Ellwood

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1868 pump
1870.
1875 Winding engine for Elleswood New Colliery
1875.
1890. Death & Ellwood drilling machine at Snibston Discovery Museum.
1890. Death & Ellwood drilling machine at Snibston Discovery Museum.
Death and Ellwood lathe. Exhibit at the National Slate Museum
Death and Ellwood lathe. Exhibit at the National Slate Museum.

Death and Ellwood, of Albert Works, Leicester

Makers of sugar refining machinery.[1]

Makers of machine tools. Survivors include the drilling machine illustrated, and a large lathe at the National Slate Museum[2]

1868 Made portable force pumps to be worked by bullock or horse power [3]

1875 Winding engine for Ellestown (Ellistown - Leicestershire?) described in 'The Engineer' [4]

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Sources of Information

  1. [1] MERL website listing
  2. [2]Museum web page with photograph of the lathe
  3. 'The Engineer' 27th November 1868
  4. The Engineer 1875/01/01'The Engineer' 1st January 1875 (pdf)