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Englerth, Reuleaux and Dobbs

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of Eschweiler, Germany

1818-9 Company established by Carl Englerth, Franz Reuleaux, and Samuel Dobbs.

1826 A list of 16 steam engines installed the Inde- and Wurmrevier coalmining regions (Aachen) shows that 7 were made by Englerth, Reuleaux and Dobbs.[1]

1832 Dobbs left the partnership, and became engaged in two Aachen mechanical engineering companies[2]: 1833-1836 with Franz Nellessen; 1837-1841 with Eduard Poensgen.

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. 'Die belgische Beeinflussung der Frühindustrialisierung im Aachener Raum, ca. 1820-1860' (The Belgian influence on early industrialization in the Aachen area, c. 1820-1860), Ph.D. thesis submitted by Hartmut Schainberg, University of Trier. NB: Large PDF, in German
  2. [1] Lokomotivfabriken in Deutschland website - S. Dobbs & E. Poensgen, Aachen