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Robert Wood & Co., millwright of Larchfield Foundry, Hunslet, Leeds
Built a large number of early stationary engines for use in the neighbourhood of Leeds; said to have been the first in the district to make compound engines on the McNaught system.
Later became Holroyd, Horsfield and Wilson
Equipment installed included:
Compound beam engine installed at W. and C. Nightingale, Bedding Manufacturers, Old Street, London. Photographed by George Watkins in 1939 
Four column 40 HP Woolf compound beam engine at W. and C. Nightingale, Bedding Manufacturers, Finsbury