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James Lumb and Sons

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January 1888. Speed regulator.
April 1888. Wilby supplementary governor.
True vertical cross-compound engine rebuilt in 1900. Original manufacturer and date unknown. Exhibit at Bolton Steam Museum.
Portable speed and variation recorder. Courtesy of Bolton Steam Museum.
Moscrop's continuous recorder. Courtesy of Bolton Steam Museum.
James Lumb Speed Regulator at the Manchester Industrial Museum.

James Lumb of Perseverance Engine Works, Elland

Feed Control Equipment on engine. (James Lumb and Sons of Elland). Governance Experts. Exhibit at Manchester's Museum of Science and Industry

1912 Steam Governor. Exhibit at Bradford Industrial Museum

Maker of stationary engines. [1]

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Sources of Information

  1. Stationary Steam Engines of Great Britain by George Watkins. Vol 10