Grace's Guide

British Industrial History

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Glen and Ross

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1862. Steam powered hammer installed at William Park and Co. Exhibit at Trencherfield Mill
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1864. Rigby's Patent Steam Hammer, located at Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada.
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1883. Exhibit at Beamish Museum.
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1889. Rigby steam hammer no.941 at Taipei Locomotive Works.
1889. Rigby steam hammer no.941 at Taipei Locomotive Works.

Glen & Ross of Greenhead Engine Works, Glasgow.

1866 Steam hammers for Japan with W. and A. McOnie completed and dispatched a 60-hp engine, shafting and boilers. The planing punching and plate-bending machines by Thomas Shanks and Co. [1]

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