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of 90 Queen Street, London, EC13 and 13 Boar Lane, Leeds.
of Deptford, Kent (Works, 1862, 1868). London office: 90 Queen Street, London, EC13, 199 Buchanan Street, Glasgow and 13 Boar Lane, Leeds.


of 199 Buchanan Street, Glasgow.
See also [[Joseph Bunnett]]


of Deptford, Kent (1862)
1868 Advertising as engineers and founders, makers of brass and iron shop fronts, lifts and hoists.
 
See also [[Joseph Bunnett]]


c1880 Bunnett’s Patent Invincible Steam Hoist. Illustrated advert shows this to be powered by a two-cylinder vertical steam engine<ref>[http://www.bl.uk/catalogues/evanion/Record.aspx?EvanID=024-000002721&ImageIndex=0]Online copy of Bunnett & Co advert</ref>
c1880 Bunnett’s Patent Invincible Steam Hoist. Illustrated advert shows this to be powered by a two-cylinder vertical steam engine<ref>[http://www.bl.uk/catalogues/evanion/Record.aspx?EvanID=024-000002721&ImageIndex=0]Online copy of Bunnett & Co advert</ref>
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of Deptford, Kent (Works, 1862, 1868). London office: 90 Queen Street, London, EC13, 199 Buchanan Street, Glasgow and 13 Boar Lane, Leeds.

See also Joseph Bunnett

1868 Advertising as engineers and founders, makers of brass and iron shop fronts, lifts and hoists.

c1880 Bunnett’s Patent Invincible Steam Hoist. Illustrated advert shows this to be powered by a two-cylinder vertical steam engine[1]

See Also

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Sources of Information

  1. [1]Online copy of Bunnett & Co advert