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William C. Eyton

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of Albert Ironworks, Warrington

1871 Advertising as makers of stationary steam engines and portable engines, wire processing machinery (drawing, spinning, testing, galvanising, rope-making), pumps including centrifugal, agricultural machinery, gas apparatus, Eyton’s patent pressure gauges, contractors’ plant (cranes, mortar mills, brick and tile-making machinery), hydraulic machinery including cranes and presses, machinery for tanners, sugar machinery (cane crushing mills, vacuum pans, stills, etc).[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. Worrall's Cheshire Directory 1871