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James Pendleton and Co

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of Dale Street Foundry and Webster Street, Liverpool

1888 Advert: JAMES PENDLETON & CO. GENERAL IRONFOUNDERS, ENGINEERS, AND CONTRACTORS, DALE.STREET FOUNDRY AND IRONWORKS
147, DALE STREET. WORKS: WEBSTER-STREET, LIVERPOOL ;-
MERCHANTS AND MANUFACTURERS,
MARBLE, STONE, AND IRON CHIMNEY-PIECES.
KITCHEN RANGES, STOVES, GRATES, TILE HEARTHS, CURBS, FENDERS &c.
CONSTRUCTIONAL IRONWORK, FOR EVERY DESCRIPTION OF BUILDING.
DRYING AND DISINFECTING STOVES.
SAWING FRAMES AND TRAVELLING AND JIB CRANES.
HYDRAULIC HOISTS AND LIFTS.
FIREPROOF IRONWORK FOR WAREHOUSES &c.
CASTINGS FOR SUGAR HOUSES, BREWERIES, &C.
SHAFTING, PULLEYS, AND GEARING.
SEWERAGE CASTINGS. STABLE FITTINGS.
HEATING APPARATUSES. HOT WATER CYLINDERS, AND PLUMBING.
GAS AND STEAM COOKING APPARATUS.
LAMP PILLARS, BRACKETS, GATES, & RAILINGS.
Competent Workmen in every Department sent ant distance to fit or repair work. ALL WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED.
ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS DESIGNS ACCURATELY CARRIED OUT.'[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. Liverpool Mercury - Tuesday 10 July 1888

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