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E. Timmins and Sons

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A pair of E. Timmins winches at the National Waterways Museum, Ellesmere Port
Exhibit at the National Brewery Centre.
Former foundry viewed from Bridgewater Canal
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JD Runcorn Widnes 2017 7.jpg
1861 date on keystone of archway

Ebenezer Timmins and Sons of Bridgewater Foundry, Runcorn.

Ironfounders and well-borers.

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1854 Advert: 'CANAL COMPANIES, COAL PROPRIETORS, and Others requiring any description of IRON CASTINGS, can be supplied on very reasonable terms by E. TIMMINS, BRIDGEWATER FOUNDRY, RUNCORN.
Canal close to the Works, and has good convenience for shipping heavy castings.
List of Prices forwarded on application.'[1]

1896 Sunk a well for water supply in Gloucester

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Sources of Information

  1. Staffordshire Advertiser - Saturday 6 May 1854