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Bromovsky, Schulz and Sohr

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of Prague, Adamov (Adamsthal) and Königgrätz (now Hradec Králowé).

It appears that Märky, Bromovsky & Schulz became Bromovsky, Schulz and Sohr some time after 1896.

A 1908 single cylinder steam engine with refrigeration compressor is on display at Vienna Technical Museum, with maker identified on the nameplate as Prager Maschinenbau AG vorm. (formerly) Ruston & Co, Bromovsky, Schulz & Sohr. Sohr was Richard Sohr.

A 1910 article[1] features a rock-drilling ship built for the Trieste Maritime Authority by Bromovsky, Schulz and Sohr at Königgrätz (now Hradec Králowé).

1922 B,S&S were taken over by Skoda.

Photos of a 1904 steam roller here.

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Sources of Information

  1. ZVDI, 26 March 1910