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George Crow

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1869. Fairbairn, Kennedy and Naylor radial drilling machine with "Universal" Table, designed by George Crow.

1863 George Arthur Crow, Engineer and Head manager at R. Stephenson and Co, South Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.[1]

George Arthur Crow was a long time serving manager at the R. Stephenson and Co as was his son, William Hewson Crow.

He had a paddle steamer named after him.

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