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British Industrial History

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A. Borsig

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1897. Electrically Driven Ploughing Tackle.
1897. Steam and Electrically Driven Ploughing Tackle.
Three Ton Locomotive. 1906.
Three Ton Locomotive Rear View. 1906.
July 1908.
1909. Hydraulic flanging press.
September 1913.
1920. Tender Engine.

of Tegel, Berlin

The works in Egells, Berlin, were founded in 1837 by August Borsig and continued by the son of the founder, Albert Borsig

1886 The Egells locomotive works closed but other lines of business continued.[1]

1907 London agent: Robert Weatherburn; catalogue of locomotives for industrial purposes[2]

1908 London agents: J. M. Gummerson and Kenneth R. Pearson

1913 UK agents: E. C. Amos, of Cannon St, London - possibly this is Ewart Charles Amos

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1886/11/12
  2. The Engineer 1907/12/13