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Noble and Lund

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June 1898.
August 1899.
February 1901.
January 1902.
1905. Duplex drilling machine.
1906. Drilling and Boring Machine.
1907. Band saws
February 1911.
1912 Ingot trepanning machine
1932. 14 inch and 20 inch Centre Lathes.
1932. Two Cold Sawing Machines.
1932. Multiple Spindle Tube-Hole Drilling Machine.
1934. 55 inch Centres Lathe for the English Steel Corporation.

Noble and Lund of The Northern Machine Tool Works, Felling-on-Tyne, Gateshead.

1886 Company founded.

1899 Public company by Harry Noble and Pearson Lund

1908 Reverted to private company.

1914 Engineers and machine tool makers. Specialities: lathes, drilling machines and machine tools generally, band sawing machines for metal. Employees 300. [1]

1947 Company made public.

1961 Large machine tool makers, ironfounders and engineers, producing planing machines, Plano milling machines, beam end milling machines, girder end milling machines, lathes, ingot parting machines, boring machines, Fluifeed cold sawing machines, bandsawing machines and saw sharpening machines. 500 employees. [2]

c.1990 Acquired from the receiver by F. M. T.

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