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Fairbank Brearley

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February 1901.

of Baildon Green, near Shipley

of Bingley (1916)

1880 Dissolution of the Partnership between Joseph Brearley and Fairbank Brearley, as Engineers, Millwrights, and IronFounders, at Baildon Green, Baildon, in the parish of Otley, and county of York, under the style of Brearley Brothers. Fairbank Brearley will continue the business as heretofore, under the firm of Fairbank Brearley[1]

1899 Messrs. Fairbank Brearley, of Shipley, Yorks., issued a catalogue of steam-engines, &c., which unusually gave completely dimensioned specifications for each type of engine.[2]

1900 Two 100 HP single cylinder steam engines for A. S. Whitehead, Bradford[3]

Makers of machinery for spring manufacture

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. The London Gazette 4 May 1880
  2. The Autocar 1899
  3. ‘Steam Engine Research Resources’ written and published by Stanley Challenger Graham on, 2009: ISBN 978-1-4092-9009-4