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Latest revision as of 18:35, 30 September 2018

of Park Iron Works, 17, New Park Street, Southwark, London

1867 'BURY and POLLARD’S MACHINERY.— WIND ENGINES, Cranes, Lifts, Hydraulic Presses, Iron Wine Bins, Sugar Mills, Hot-water Apparatus. All kinds of machinery repaired and made order by Bury and Pollard, Park Iron Works, 17, New Park-street, Southwark, London.'[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. London Evening Standard, 16 April 1867