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McKie and Baxter

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August 1899.
1914 McKie and Baxter engine from SS Perth at Western Australian Maritime Museum. Denny Brothers were head contractors to the Western Australian government and subcontracted the hull build to A. E. Brown and Co, Fremantle.
No: 760.

McKie and Baxter of Copland Works, Glasgow.

c1896 Founded by James Archibald McKie and Peter MacLeod Baxter

1910 Made compound non-condensing engine, boiler and feathering paddle wheels for sternwheeler 'Etobe' for service in Northern Nigeria. Vessel built by Ardrossan Dry Dock and Shipbuilding Co[1]

1925 See Aberconway for information on shipbuilding h.p produced in 1904 and 1925

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Sources of Information

  1. 'Engineering' 4th March 1919