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Bramley Engineering Co

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c.1920 The "Coulter" shaping planer. A Planing machine for stone.
c.1920 The "Gang Swing Saw". Fast-cutting sawing machine for stone.

Bramley Engineering Company, Leeds

c.1904 supplied plant and machinery for the Tonga Bay Granite Company’s works located at Abel Tasman Bay, New Zealand.[1]

1905 Advertised the manufacture of plant and machinery for quarries and stone working, including cranes. [2]

1920 Makers of stone-working machinery.[3] Taken over later by Henry Berry and Co.

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. [1] ‘Abel Tasman Area History’, Department of Conservation, Nelson. NOTE: PDF FILE - may be slow to download
  2. ‘Quarries and Quarrying’ by Peter Stanier (Shire Library series)
  3. [2] Online copy of ‘Stones and Quarries’ by John Allen Howe, Pitman, 1920