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James Edward Earnshaw

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1862 engine at the Deutsches Museum
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of J. Edward Earnshaw & Co, Nürnberg/Nuremberg, Germany

Earnshaw had been a partner in Klett & Co of Nürnberg, before being bought out by Theodor Klett in 1848. He then started his own engineering business in Nürnberg.[1]

1862 vertical steam engine made by the company on display at the Deutsches Museum.

1896 Tandem compound engine at the Bavarian State Exhibition[2]


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Sources of Information

  1. [1] Thesis: "Freiherr Theodor von Cramer-Klett (1817-1884) – Unternehmer, Visionär und Wegbereiter". Author: Rosalie Freiin von Cramer-Klett.Thesis for Magistra der Philosophie (Mag. phil.), Vienna, 2010
  2. [2] Polytechnisches Journal: Die Dampfmaschinen der II bayerischen Landesausstellung in Nürnberg 1896