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T. & E. Bush of the Bristol Iron Foundry
Stationary engines. 
Beam engine for Coalpit Heath Colliery, Westerleigh. Cylinder 85" bore, 10' stroke. 
1867 Sale of the steam engines and machinery at the Bathurst Flour Mills, bear Bathurst Basin, Bristol, included two engines by T & E Bush: Lot 1 - 30 HP horizontal high-pressure engine, with 20 inch cylinder and 4ft stroke, expansion valve, wrought iron fly wheel shaft, and fly wheel, 18ft diameter, over six tons weight; complete to the end of the fly-wheel shaft. Not damaged by the fire. Lot 2 - 40 HP ditto, with 24 inch cylinder and 4 ft stroke, expansion valve, wrought iron fly-wheel shaft, and fly wheel, 18 ft diameter, over six tons weight, complete to the end of the fly-wheel shaft. Slightly damaged by fire.'
1869 Became Bush and De Soyres