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F. Bartle and Sons

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of Basset Foundry, Carn Brae, Cornwall.

1860 Company established.

1889 Advert: 'F. Bartle and Sons. ENGINEERS, BRASS & IRON FOUNDERS, STEAM HAMMER MILLS,
BASSET FOUNDRY, CARN BREA.
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF MINING MACHINERY.
Specialties:— Reboring of Cylinders on their Seatings by Special Machinery.
SOLE MAKERS OF Michell and Tregoning patent BARREL PULVERIZER.
6, 9, and 14 inch Horizontal Engines in Stock.
PROMPT and CAREFUL ATTENTION GIVEN TO FOREIGN ORDERS.
Works — Close to Carn Brea Station, G. W. Railway.' [1]

c1898 Supplied a water wheel to the Tregargus Valley Clay works. [2]

1914 Engineers and ironfounders. Specialities: general mining machinery, tube mills, pulverizing and slime dressing machinery. Employees 100. [3]

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