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Landale and Dale

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1866. Pumping engine at The Ryde Waterworks.

of Townsend Foundry, Kirkcaldy

1866 Compound beam pumping engine at The Ryde Waterworks. See illustration. The general design was done by James Easton, but the detail and execution was the work of John Bourne.[1]. The firm was wrongly named Londale and Dale in the 'Engineering' article.

By 1868 the firm had become J. and T. Dale.

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Sources of Information

  1. [1] Engineering, 21 Dec 1866, pp.477-8