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E. S. Hindley of Bourton, Dorset were makers of stationary steam engines.
Previously Maggs and Hindley
1876 Exhibitor at the Royal Agricultural Show at Birmingham with a dozen small engines ranging from 1 to 5 hp. 
1880 E. S. Hindley of Bourton advertises a small engine and boiler for sale. 
1889 Showed of small engines at the RASE at Windsor. 
1895 Advert for dynamos, motors, engines and boilers. 
1905 February. Details and illustrations of a light steam delivery van.
c1905 Produced a vertical high-speed i/c gas engines in two and six cylinder versions. Sizes were 12-36 bhp, 50-150 and 150-225 bhp. 
1913 Advert for vertical gas engines, steam engines and boilers. 
1913 Advert for vertical boilers 
1922 Vertical steam engine exhibit. 
1929 The company was bought by Alfred Dodman and Co