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English Electric Co: Electricity Generation and Transmission

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Turbine-generator nameplate, Manchester's Museum of Science and Industry
English Electric turbine-generator unit, ex-Back o' th' Bank Power Station, at Manchester's Museum of Science and Industry
1922.
1922.
1922. Condenser.
1922. Condensers.
1924.
1924.
1926. Steam Turbines.
1926. Water Turbines.
1927.
1928.
1928.
1929.
1929. 132 kV transformer with on-load tap changing gear.
May 1950.
1955. Armature of a motor with peak rating of 17,500 hP.[1]
1955. 275,000-volt High Power transformer.[2]
1955. Electric motors in a steel works.[3]

Note: This is a sub-section of English Electric Co

1919 English Electric bought the Stafford works of Siemens Brothers Dynamo Works.

1950s Was part of the consortium Atomic Power Construction Company Ltd, which built the Sizewell and Hinckley Point nuclear power stations

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Sources of Information

  1. Oxford Junior Encyclopaedia. Volume VIII. Engineering. Oxford University Press, 1955
  2. Oxford Junior Encyclopaedia. Volume VIII. Engineering. Oxford University Press, 1955
  3. Oxford Junior Encyclopaedia. Volume VIII. Engineering. Oxford University Press, 1955