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c.1873 [[Alfred Austin Rickaby]] established the Bloomfield Engine Works. The Works were responsible for a variety of products including colliery plant, marine and stationary engines, pumps, feed-water heaters, steam winches, steam-hammers, water-softening apparatus, etc.  They also undertook boring out of cylinders in situ and re-boring crank-pin holes, and similar work. A special branch of the business was that of broker for all classes of machinery, supplied from a diversified stock.
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These works were responsible for a variety of products including colliery plant, marine and stationary engines, pumps, feed-water heaters, steam winches, steam-hammers, water-softening apparatus, etc.  They also undertook boring out of cylinders in situ and re-boring crank-pin holes, and similar work. A special branch of the business was that of broker for all classes of machinery, supplied from a diversified stock.<ref> Obituary of Alfred Rickaby</ref>
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Latest revision as of 09:40, 12 September 2018

of Sunderland

c.1873 Alfred Austin Rickaby established the Bloomfield Engine Works.

These works were responsible for a variety of products including colliery plant, marine and stationary engines, pumps, feed-water heaters, steam winches, steam-hammers, water-softening apparatus, etc. They also undertook boring out of cylinders in situ and re-boring crank-pin holes, and similar work. A special branch of the business was that of broker for all classes of machinery, supplied from a diversified stock.[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. Obituary of Alfred Rickaby