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Goodbrand and Co of South Hall (Southall) Street, Salford and Britannia Foundry, Stalybridge (Manchester)
Made a diverse range of equipment from delicate instruments used for testing textiles to steam pumps and other steam engines.
Wrap Reel. Exhibit at Queen Street Mill Museum
Tension measuring device. (of Stalybridge, Cheshire). Exhibit at Queen Street Mill Museum
1903 Listed at 19 Victoria Street as 'Engineers and Machinists', 'Mill and Colliery Furnishers', 'Steam Engine Makers', 
1909 Listed at 19 Victoria Street as 'Millwrights' and 'Steam Engine Makers', 
The 1892/1894 O.S. map  shows the foundry bounded by Whitelands Road, Clarence Street, the Huddersfield Canal, and the Enterprise Nail Works. The foundry was approx 250 yards north west of the Globe Iron Works of John Summers and Sons.