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Bever and Dorling

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January 1888.

of Dewsbury Foundry, Dewsbury.

See also Bever, Dorling and Co of Bradford

1884 Patent 1666 for high speed steam engine

1887 Advertisement for Bever and Dorling (Late W. and J. Cardwell): Engineers, Millwrights, Iron and Brass founders, steam engines, pumps and winding gear, wheels, pulleys, pedestals, shafting.[1]

1909 Moved to Bowling Ironworks, Bradford[2]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. * 'Stationary Steam Engine Makers Volume 1' Compiled by George Watkins, Catalogued by A P Woolrich, Landmark Publishing Ltd. ISBN 1-84306-200-3
  2. Haig Colliery website