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Robert Daglish: Yorkshire Horse

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c1812 Constructed by Robert Daglish on a similar principle to that of John Blenkinsop, of Leeds

Robert Daglish built a steam locomotive at Haigh Foundry in 1812 for John Clarke, a Liverpool banker and owner of Winstanley and Orrell colliery and railway. That locomotive was known as The Yorkshire Horse or The Walking Horse.[1]

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