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Latest revision as of 16:29, 23 August 2020

of Chester, and Palace Chambers, 9 Bridge Street, Westminster, S.W

Also see Hydraulic Engineering Co

1883 S. L. Sharrock was the manager of the Chester Engineering Works of the Hydraulic Engineering Co.[1]

1893 Serious fire at the Chester Engineering Works, Charles Street.[2]

1894 Chester Hydraulic Co supplied 4 triple expansion engines for the central hydraulic station at Manchester.

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Sources of Information

  1. Cheshire Observer, 8 September 1883
  2. Chester Chronicle - Saturday 22 April 1893