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* 1861 Easton & Amos pumping machine (two-cylinder steam engine driving Appold centrifugal pump) preserved in running order at Westonzoyland Pumping Station Museum. [[http://www.wzlet.org/index.htm Westonzoyland Museum]]
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* 1861 Easton & Amos pumping machine (two-cylinder steam engine driving Appold centrifugal pump) preserved in running order at Westonzoyland Pumping Station Museum. [http://www.wzlet.org/index.htm [[Westonzoyland Museum]]]
  
 
* 1864 Gas pumping engine used at Old Kent Road gasworks. (Exhibit at Birmingham [[Thinktank]] museum)
 
* 1864 Gas pumping engine used at Old Kent Road gasworks. (Exhibit at Birmingham [[Thinktank]] museum)

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  • 1861 Easton & Amos pumping machine (two-cylinder steam engine driving Appold centrifugal pump) preserved in running order at Westonzoyland Pumping Station Museum. Westonzoyland Museum
  • 1864 Gas pumping engine used at Old Kent Road gasworks. (Exhibit at Birmingham Thinktank museum)
  • 1866 Easton, Amos and Sons. Largest makers of the true Appold pump.

Stationary engines.

Sources of Information

  • Stationary Steam Engines of Great Britain by George Watkins. Vol 10
  • The Engineer of 13th April 1866 p279