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William Edward Winby

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1862 William Edward Winby, Bombay and Baroda Railway, 10 Liverpool Street, New Broad Street, London.[1]

1867 of Old Park Iron Works, Wednesbury.

1872 of Rabone Bridge Iron Works, Smethwick, near Birmingham.

Presumably trained at Crewe, later part of Westwood and Winby, designer of a novel locomotive displayed at Chicago in 1893.

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