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Jackson and Ogden

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1917. From Worrall’s Yorkshire Textile Directory
Plate on travelling crane at Mill Meece Pumping Station.

of Lansdowne Iron Works, Oldham.

1899 Company established.

1917 Advert. Engineers, Millwrights and machinists. Cage hoists and travelling cranes.

1922 of Lansdowne Ironworks, Oldham. T.A.: "Export, Oldham." T.N. Oldham 216. Established 1899. Capital £8,000. Employees: 70. Directors: Frank T. Kale (Managing), W. Clarkson (also Secretary). Manufactures.—Self-landing and delivering hoists lifts and elevators, electric or otherwise travelling cranes.[1]

A Jackson & Ogden hand operated overhead crane is installed in the main engine room of Masson Mills.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1922 Who's Who In Engineering