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British Industrial History

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Bumsted and Chandler

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1891. Chandler Engine and Crompton Dynamo made jointly with Crompton and Co.
January 1902.
1914. Tractor and plough.
c.1920 vertical high speed steam engine at Kew Bridge Steam Museum
Two cylinder steam engine at the Cambridge Museum of Technology

Bumsted and Chandler of Cannock Chase Foundry and Engine Works, Hednesford, steam engine makers

Francis Dixon Bumsted and Noel Chandler

1892 Constructed electric lighting plant with Crompton and Co

1894 Compound three-crank Yacht Engine. Article and illustration

1920 April. Issued catalogue on the 'ideal' agricultural motor

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