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S. S. Stott and Co

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1903 engine at Anson Engine Museum
1903 engine at Anson Engine Museum
January 1888.
1897. Grain Elevator for Russia.
1897. Grain Elevator for The River Danube.
March 1903.
September 1909.
December 1910.
January 1911.
April 1913.

of Laneside Foundry, Haslingden, near Manchester.

Formed when Samuel S. Stott in partnership with Richard Birtwistle bought the business of RB's late father-in-law John Lindsay

Maker of stationary engines. [1]

Mill engine installed at Carr Parker Mill in Haslingden, then moved to Cudsworth’s Mill at Sowerby Bridge, and now at the Canadian Museum of Making.[2]

1893 A-frame beam engine at Southfields Pumping Station (Newmarket Waterworks) [3]

1903 Cross-compound engine undergoing restoration at Anson Engine Museum. Originally at the L&YR wagon works at Horwich, later at Albion mill, Hazel Grove (producer of cotton wadding). See photo.

1911 Cross-compound steam engine at Butterworth Mill, Waterfoot[4]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. Stationary Steam Engines of Great Britain by George Watkins. Vol 10
  2. [1]Canadian Museum of Making website page relating to Stott engine.
  3. ‘Stationary Steam Engines of Great Britain: Volume 9‘ by George Watkins, Landmark Publishing Ltd
  4. ‘Steam Engine Research Resources' compiled and published by Stanley Challenger Graham on