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Worth, Mackenzie and Co

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1881
1891
1895 Worth, Mackenzie triple expansion pumping engine at Hereford
1906 Worth, Mackenzie twin cylinder pumping engine at Hereford

Worth, Mackenzie & Co of Phoenix Engine Works, Stockton-on-Tees.

1890 Two cylinder vertical 700 HP Blooming Mill engine for Newport Rolling Mills, Middlesbrough[1]

1894 Pumping machinery for Kidderminster Waterworks

1895 Triple expansion steam-driven pumping machinery for Hereford Waterworks (now preserved at the Waterworks Museum, Hereford). See photo.

1906 Twin cylinder steam-driven pumping machinery for Hereford Waterworks (now preserved at the Waterworks Museum, Hereford). See photo.

1914 Directory: Listed as Mechanical Engineers

  • Maker of stationary engines. [2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 'The Engineer' 12th December 1890
  2. Stationary Steam Engines of Great Britain by George Watkins. Vol 10