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Thomas T. Crook

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1876. From Worrall’s Directory of Warrington, Wigan etc.
1876. From Worrall’s Directory of Warrington, Wigan etc.
1876. From Worrall’s Directory of Warrington, Wigan etc.
1876. From Worrall’s Directory of Warrington, Wigan etc.
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Thomas T Crook - Promotional literature
Thomas T Crook - Promotional literature
Thomas T Crook - Promotional literature
Thomas T Crook - Promotional literature

Thomas T. Crook, engineer, millwright, brass and iron founders, makers of stationary engines[1] of Stanley Ironworks, Derby Street, Bolton

1869 Engineer and Machinist, Tool Makers, of Luke St, Derby St, Bolton[2]

Built a range of small engines for a variety of purposes, and also portable steam driven contractors' plant - cement mixers etc.

1876 Adverts: Makers of steam winches, pumping engines and clay and mortar mills as well as vertical and horizontal steam engines.

c.1970 Two stationary steam engines in Crook's premises were photographed by George Watkins [3]. G Watkins states that the business closed in about 1970.

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Sources of Information

  1. Stationary Steam Engines of Great Britain by George Watkins. Vol 10
  2. 1869 Slater's Directory
  3. 'Stationary Steam Engines of Great Britain: Volume 3.1: Lancashire' by George Watkins, Landmark Publishing Ltd