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Small stationary steam engine, thought to have been made in the 1880s, on display at Cefn Coed Colliery Museum. Previously used to drive woodworking machinery in the pattern shop of Taylor & Sons' foundry at Briton Ferry, South Wales.
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Small stationary steam engine, thought to have been made in the 1880s, on display at [[Cefn Coed Colliery Museum]]. Previously used to drive woodworking machinery in the pattern shop of Taylor & Sons' foundry at Briton Ferry, South Wales.
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Revision as of 17:24, 7 May 2009

Ray Mead & Co, Engineers & Boiler Makers 38 Upper Thames Street, London

Small stationary steam engine, thought to have been made in the 1880s, on display at Cefn Coed Colliery Museum. Previously used to drive woodworking machinery in the pattern shop of Taylor & Sons' foundry at Briton Ferry, South Wales.