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Musgrave Brothers

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August 1899.
December 1929.

Crown Point Works, East Street, Leeds

Makers of cranes, rivetting machines and industrial ovens

1894 The company was founded by the Musgrave Brothers - Herbert T. Musgrave and John R. Musgrave

Made 5-ton ingot stripping crane for the Frodingham Iron and Steel Co. [1]

1922 Principals: John R. Musgrave, M.I.Mech.E., and Herbert T. Musgrave., Employees: 100. Manufactures.— Hydraulic machinery for shipbuilders, boilermakers, bridge builders, railways docks, steel and iron works, etc.

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. 'The Encyclopedia of Practical Engineering and Allied Trades' Vol 6: Ed J. G. Horner, Publ. Virtue & Co