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Ings Foundry

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of Wakefield

1848 Proprietors were Blackburn and Teall[1]

1859 William Teall was the proprietor of Ings Foundry.

1899 Advert: 'For sale ... a Pair of 200-Horse Power Horizontal Engines, with 100lbs. steam, built by Teall, Wakefield, in 1891. Cylinders 15 in. bore; stroke 2ft, 6in. Heavy fly-wheel, 8ft. by 16½in. Compound valve-gear; Sight feed lubricators. Can be seen daily, working at 100lbs pressure, at the Telegraph Office. High Street, Sheffield. In excellent condition. Being replaced by more powerful engines. Cost £600 Price, £350 cash

1904 R. H. Longbotham and Co were the occupiers[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. Leeds Intelligencer - Saturday 25 November 1848
  2. Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Thursday 28 January 1904