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W. Parham

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William Parham, of Northgate Works, Bath

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1871 Mention. W. Parham, Northgate Iron Works.[1]

The 1883 O.S. map shows Northgate Works 'Green House & Horticultl. Implems.', located immediately south of the GWR line from Bath Spa to Bristol, at the end of the winding Oldfield Park Road.

Early 1900s: heating engineers

1905 Premises acquired for the extension of the railway.[2]

1908 Sale of plant of the Northgate Iron Works, Bath, including 'the whole of the Machinery and Plant consisting of Saw and Boring Benches, Tennoring Machine, Circular Saw. Morticing and Mitreing Machines. Plaining Moulding Machines, Drilling Machines, Lather, Punching Machines, Portable Forges, Anvils, Vices, Stocks land Dies, Pulley Blocks. Steed Shafting, Pulley Wheels and Driving Belts, Heating Stoves, Weighing Machine...'[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Thursday 22 June 1871
  2. Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Thursday 19 November 1908
  3. Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Thursday 19 November 1908