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Dunn and Elliott

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of Windsor Bridge Iron Works, Salford

See also Thomas Dunn and Co.

1848 Dunn & Elliott made a hydraulically-operated chain cable testing machine for Hingley and Sons of Cradley Chainworks and Salthouse Dock, Liverpool. It was tested in the presence of Mr Fothergill, W. Mayburn [Walter Mabon] of the Ardwick Iron Works, Mr Barlow, Mr Booth of Joseph Whitworth and Co, and others.[1]. Note: 'W. Meyburn' was Walter Mabon.

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Sources of Information

  1. Mechanics Magazine, 1 July 1848