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Courtney, Stephens and Co

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1867 Marine engine

of Blackhall Iron Works in Dublin.

1865 John Bailey (1839-1892) became a partner in Courtney and Stephens which then became Courtney, Stephens and Bailey

c.1865 Built the Drinagh scoop-wheel, to be one of the largest in existence.

Proprietors: William Courtney and William Stephens (dates not specified).

In 1877 they supplied signalling equipment for B&LR (Ballymena & Larne Railway) [1]

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Sources of Information

  1. [1] Irish Narrow Gauge - Contractors and Suppliers web page