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Glenfield Co

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January 1888.
1888.
May 1896.
June 1898.
Exhibit at Morwellham Quay.
Exhibit at Morwellham Quay.
1891. Water-pressure pumping engines for Whitehaven Waterworks.
1893 Glenfield beam engine from Addington Waterworks, at Strumpshaw Steam Museum
1893 Glenfield beam engine from Addington Waterworks, at Strumpshaw Steam Museum
1893 Glenfield beam engine from Addington Waterworks, at Strumpshaw Steam Museum
Exhibit at Amberley Working Museum. Detail.
Drain cover.
1899. Triple expansion pumping engine for Haughhead Colliery.
1899. Hydraulic power pump for Haughhead Colliery.
25th March 1961.

Glenfield Co of Kilmarnock, Scotland.

1865 Company established

1888 Twelve-ton Hydraulic Wharf Crane; makers of Kennedy's Patent Water Meter

1893 A-frame Woolf-type compound beam pumping engine from Addington Waterworks in Croydon, now at Strumpshaw Steam Museum (see photo).

Makers of Stationary engines and water meters.

1899 Glenfield and Kennedy incorporated as a limited company by the amalgamation of the Glenfield Co., and Kennedys Patent Water Meter Co. Ltd.

Also listed as Glenfield Iron Co

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Sources of Information

  • Stationary Steam Engines of Great Britain by George Watkins. Vol 10
  • The Engineer of 30th March 1888 p264