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Patent Axlebox and Foundry Co

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1893. Longridge's Axlebox.
1895.

of Saltley Central Works, Birmingham.

1895 The Patent Axlebox and Foundry Co company was using as its telegraphic address the word 'Beuthers' suggesting Beuthers Patent Railway-Axle-Box Co Ltd. may have been a predecessor company.

1896/7 Directory: Listed for Railway Equipment. [1]

1905 The company moved to Wednesfield (Junction of Hall Street and Well Lane)[2]

1911 Manufacturer of Axle Boxes for the Railways.[3]

1930 Patent Axlebox and Foundry Co closed.[4]

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