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Thomson, Son and Co

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1882.Five Roller Calender made for Pullars of Perth

Thomson, Son and Co of Douglas Foundry, Dundee. Maker of machinery for most processes in the flax and jute industries

William Gordon Thomson was head of the company. Also see Thomson and Sons

Maker of stationary engines. Vertical compound engine driving waste jute spinning machinery at Cleghorn and Co., Arklay Street, Dundee[1]


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  1. photographed by George Watkins in 1966; see 'Stationary Steam Engines of Great Britain', Volume 2, by George Watkins.