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Teasdale Brothers

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January 1906.
September 1947.

Teasdale Brothers of Thomas Street, Bank Top; Warehouse, Feethams, Darlington and Bridge Road, Stockton.

Company founded by John T. Teasdale and his brither Robert Teasdale

1904 Woolf-type compound beam engine at Darlington Waterworks. Photographed by George Watkins in 1952[1]

1906 Started in the i/c engine market

1910 The i/c engines ranged from 3 to 40 hp. Later increased to 50 hp.

1914 Directory: Listed as Iron Founders. [2]

1915 Introduced the New Improved Teasdale Oil Engine in sizes 3 to 35 hp


Maker of stationary engines. [3]

See Also

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Sources of Information

  1. ‘Stationary Steam Engines of Great Britain: Volume 2: Scotland, Cumberland, Co Durham & Northumberland: Landmark Publishing Ltd, 2001
  2. Kelly's Directory of Durham, 1914 p713
  3. Stationary Steam Engines of Great Britain by George Watkins. Vol 10
  • A-Z of British Stationary Engines by Patrick Knight. Published 1999. ISBN 1 873098 50 2