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Plambeck and Darkin

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1876. West's Six-Cylinder Engine.

Plambeck & Darkin of Queen Victoria Street, London

1876 Partnership dissolved between John George Cornelius Ulrich, Adolph F H Plambeck, and Frank Darkin (Civil Engineers and Machinery Agents). Business to be carried on under the name of Plambeck and Darkin. [1]

1876 Exhibitor at the Smithfield Club Show with a six-cylinder engine to West's patent [2]

1878 Plambeck and Co exhibited one of West's patent six-cylinder engines.

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Sources of Information

  1. [1] The London Gazette, December 1, 1876
  2. The Engineer of 15th December 1876 p411