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of Marsden, near Huddersfield, Yorkshire
This is a collective heading for the business of ironfounders, engineers, millwrights & machine makers which went under the following sequence of names:-
'Taylors of Marsden' will be used when the precise date of manufacture of an item, or the date of an event, is not precisely known.
They built a very large suspension-type waterwheel for J. W. Wheelwright and Co at their New Mill, Rishworth (c.1862?). Diameter 57 ft 6 ins, width 12 ft. Weight 70 tons. 174 buckets. Cast iron shaft.