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[[image:Im1883EnV55-p126a.jpg|thumb| 1883. Fog Signal apparatus.]]
 
[[image:Im1883EnV55-p126a.jpg|thumb| 1883. Fog Signal apparatus.]]
  
Works: 24 Budge Road, Cannon Street, London, EC <ref>'Lost Sounds' by Alan Renton, Whittles Publishing, 2001</ref>
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Works: 24 Budge Road, Cannon Street, London, EC  
  
 
Proprietor: [[Frederick Hale Holmes]].
 
Proprietor: [[Frederick Hale Holmes]].
  
 
Superintendent engineer; [[Charles Ingrey]].
 
Superintendent engineer; [[Charles Ingrey]].
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1885 Winding-up orders.
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1887 Company dissolved.
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The [[Pulsometer Engineering Co]] bought Holmes' patents and took on [[Charles Ingrey]] as their senior engineer.
  
  
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== Sources of Information ==
 
== Sources of Information ==
 
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* 'Lost Sounds' by Alan Renton, Whittles Publishing, 2001
  
 
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Revision as of 08:30, 18 January 2020

1883. Fog Signal apparatus.

Works: 24 Budge Road, Cannon Street, London, EC

Proprietor: Frederick Hale Holmes.

Superintendent engineer; Charles Ingrey.

1885 Winding-up orders.

1887 Company dissolved.

The Pulsometer Engineering Co bought Holmes' patents and took on Charles Ingrey as their senior engineer.


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Sources of Information

  • 'Lost Sounds' by Alan Renton, Whittles Publishing, 2001