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Steander Foundry

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of Bank, Leeds

1836 Sale Notice: 'TO IRON FOUNDERS, MACHINE MAKERS, and OTHERS. — At the Steander Foundry, Bank, Leeds, by Mr. HARDWICK, on Fourteenth of September Instant, and following Days:-
STOCK-IN-TRADE, TOOLS and UTENSILS of an IRON FOUNDRY, and SMITHS’ SHOPS, &c., consisting of One Steam Engine, 8 Horses' Power, with Boiler, &c. complete; One 16 Inches Cylinder and Beam for Atmospheric Engine; One very superior Slide Lathe, 24 Feet long, capable of Boring a Cylinder 30 Inches Diameter; One upright Drilling Machine; Three Hand Lathes, from 8 to 12 Heads, with Gantry, Shafts, Drums, &c. Also all the Foundry Moulding Boxes, Blowing Apparatus, Crane, Wood and Iron Models, Smiths and Boiler Makers Tools, Bellows, Anvils, Steam Engine, Wheel, Pulley, and other Patterns. Catalogue.....' [1]

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  1. Leeds Mercury, 3 September 1836