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Sibley and Son

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Remains of tidal gates fron the River Parrett at Langport, at Westonzoyland Museum.
Remains of tidal gates at Westonzoyland Museum. Detail.
2018. Sibley cast iron soot door(?) at base of chimney at Parrett Works

Sibley and Son, William Sibley and Sons, of the Parrett Works, Martock, Somerset

Note: Parrett Works was built by George Parsons in 1854.

See William Sibley

Sibley made steam engines (from 1875), boilers, waterwheels, rope-making machinery, cranes, woodworking machinery, etc.

1910 Listed as building an oil engine under the Sibley patent [1]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. A-Z of British Stationary Engines by Patrick Knight. Published 1999. ISBN 1 873098 50 2