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William Weeks and Son

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Weeks three piston pump.
Weeks three piston pump.
Hop press at Great Dixter
Fruit Sprayer.
Fruit Sprayer.

William Weeks and Son of Perseverance Iron Works, Waterside, Maidstone, Kent.

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1861 Advertisement. William Weeks'’ Portable Steam Engine and Combined Thrashing Machine. Waterside Ironworks, Maidstone.[1]

1889 Showed a hop-washing machine at the RASE at Windsor. [2]

Fruit-tree spraying equipment.

1894 June. Royal Agricultural Society's Show. Self-acting Steam Cultivator and Apparatus for Dispersing Vapour and Drying Hops, Malt etc. (and other machines).

1913-1917 For a list of the models and prices of Petrol Motor Commercial Vehicles see the 1917 Red Book under the Weeks-Dungey name.

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Sources of Information

  1. Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser - Tuesday 15 July 1862
  2. The Engineer 1889/07/05