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Aberdeen Engineers of King's Engineering Works, 207 King Street, Aberdeen., maker of cranes, cable-ways and hoists.
1873 John M Henderson manufactured the 1st Aerial Cableway in the UK.
1878 King Street Engineering Works were built.
1903 Catalogue issued with illustrations of works carried out by the aid of the Henderson cableway.
c.1910 Steam winch for Blondin cableway at Blaen-y-cae slate quarry, Nantlle. 
1922 The company made arrangements with F. G. Mitchell of the Mitchell Conveyor and Transporter Co, 45-50, Holborn-viaduct, London EC1 to undertake the manufacture of "Krom" crushers, "Maxecon" mills, and new type "Kent" mills for that company. Messrs. Henderson also acquired the joint selling rights of these machines.
1924 Private company.
1925 Their London office was removed from 17, Cock-spur Street SWI to Amberley House, 12, Norfolk-Street, Strand W.C.2.
1961 Engineers and iron founders, aerial ropeways and cableways, cable drag scrapers, cableway drag line excavators 
Made mechanical handling equipment for Mitchells and coke oven machinery for a German group,
1983 Company described as a supplier of coke oven machinery. Bill Slater was managing director. 
A detailed history of the company can be viewed at Doric Columns