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Birmingham Electric Supply Co

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1891 Electricity first generated, at Dale End power station.

1898 The central generating station of Birmingham Electric Supply Co had Proctor stokers fitted to 6 out of 7 boilers[1]

1900 Acquired by Birmingham Corporation

1903 The city recruited Richard Alexander Chattock as electrical engineer

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Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1898/05/27