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Large lathe at [[Blists Hill Victorian Town]]
 
Large lathe at [[Blists Hill Victorian Town]]
  
1880 Advertisement: 'ON SALE, ONE BEAM ENGINE, 32in cylinder, 6ft. stroke, [[John Musgrave and Sons|Musgrave and Sons]]; One Beam Engine, 30in. cylinder, 4ft. stroke, [[Benjamin Hick and Sons|Hick and Son]] ; 150 Tons , of Cast Iron Beams and Pillars.—M. BUCK A SONS, Bolton.' <ref>Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser, 19th January 1880</ref>
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1880 Advertisement: 'ON SALE, ONE BEAM ENGINE, 32in cylinder, 6ft. stroke, [[John Musgrave and Sons|Musgrave and Sons]]; One Beam Engine, 30in. cylinder, 4ft. stroke, [[Benjamin Hick and Sons|Hick and Son]] ; 150 Tons , of Cast Iron Beams and Pillars.—M. BUCK & SONS, Bolton.' <ref>Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser, 19th January 1880</ref>
  
1887 Advertisement: 'TO ENGINEERS. IRONFOUNDERS, AND OTHERS.—TO BE SOLD by Private Treaty, the ALBERT IRONWORKS, Bolton, carried on by M. Buck and Sons, with the valuable Plant and Machinery, as a going concern.—For further particulars apply P. & J. KEVAN, 12, Acresfield, Bolton. N.B.—The business is continued as usual.<ref>Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser, 19th January 1880</ref>  Note: Sold following the death of the proprietor, [[John Buck|Mr John Buck]] <ref>Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser,8th March 1887</ref>
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1887 Advertisement: 'TO ENGINEERS. IRONFOUNDERS, AND OTHERS.—TO BE SOLD by Private Treaty, the ALBERT IRONWORKS, Bolton, carried on by M. Buck and Sons, with the valuable Plant and Machinery, as a going concern.— For further particulars apply P. & J. KEVAN, 12, Acresfield, Bolton. N.B.— The business is continued as usual.<ref>Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser, 19th January 1880</ref>  Note: Sold following the death of the proprietor, [[John Buck|Mr John Buck]] <ref>Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser,8th March 1887</ref>
  
 
== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==

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Buck cylindrical grinder at Bradford Industrial Museum.

M. Buck & Sons of Albert Ironworks, Bolton

Machine tool maker

Cylindrical grinder exhibited at Bradford Industrial Museum

Large lathe at Blists Hill Victorian Town

1880 Advertisement: 'ON SALE, ONE BEAM ENGINE, 32in cylinder, 6ft. stroke, Musgrave and Sons; One Beam Engine, 30in. cylinder, 4ft. stroke, Hick and Son ; 150 Tons , of Cast Iron Beams and Pillars.—M. BUCK & SONS, Bolton.' [1]

1887 Advertisement: 'TO ENGINEERS. IRONFOUNDERS, AND OTHERS.—TO BE SOLD by Private Treaty, the ALBERT IRONWORKS, Bolton, carried on by M. Buck and Sons, with the valuable Plant and Machinery, as a going concern.— For further particulars apply P. & J. KEVAN, 12, Acresfield, Bolton. N.B.— The business is continued as usual.[2] Note: Sold following the death of the proprietor, Mr John Buck [3]

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  1. Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser, 19th January 1880
  2. Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser, 19th January 1880
  3. Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser,8th March 1887