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H. B. Barlow and Co

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1856. 'American nut forging machine'.
May 1898.
September 1902.
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of Cornbrook Park Road, Cornbrook Works, Manchester

See also H. B. Barlow

1882 Description of Barlow's expanding mandrel for use in lathes. Made by H. B. Barlow jun. & Co [1]

1901 photo of works entrance here [2] William Arbuckle and Sons works is next door. The photo shows the clearly-marked municipal and parliamentary boundary which divided Manchester and Stretford. The boundary was defined by Corn Brook, which passed below in a culvert.

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Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer, 28 July 1882
  2. [1] Manchester Local Image Collection, Cornbrook Park Road, Boundary through Burnside Works. Click on thumbnail.