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Bolling and Lowe

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Bolling and Lowe of 2 Laurence Poutney Hill, London E.C., engineers and contractors.

1879 John Edgar Lowe entered into partnership with Francis Bolling to acquire the firm previously called William Bird and Co.

1881 Iron and Steel Merchants[1]

Clarence Bird was a partner in the firm.

ca.1900 Acted as agents for Santos Dock Board to supply a floating crane from Royal Dutch Forge Co.[2]

1918 Charles Louis Faulkner returned to the company as a partner.

The company was put into voluntary liquidation

By 1928 the liquidation had been completed[3]

  • Two old engine filling water tanks seen on the Snowdonia Railway (2007)

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Advert
  2. C. Capewell
  3. London Gazette 5 June 1928