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of Neptune Street, Hull
 
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Revision as of 09:32, 8 May 2009

Small Amos & Smith vertical engine at Tokomaru Steam Museum, New Zealand

of Neptune Street, Hull

  • 1874 Company established.
  • 1888 Glasgow Exhibition. Showed vertical and horizontal steam steering gear. [1]
  • 1909 Became private company.
  • 1914 Marine and General Engineering, Boilermaking, Iron and Brass Founding, Ship Repairing. Employees 700 to 1000. [2]
  • 1961 Marine, general and electrical engineers, boilermakers, iron and brassfounders, ship repairers and dry-dock owners. 450 employees. [3]

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