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Easton, Anderson and Goolden

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1895. Triple Expansion Pumping Engines, Leicester Waterworks.
1895. Electric mining machinery.
June 1898.
August 1899.

of Erith.

Electric light plants

Formerly Easton and Anderson.

1894 Amalgamated with Goolden and Atkinson[1]

1892 Engine for booster at Winchester gasworks.

1898 Company liquidation. T. Perceval Wilson is Chairman.[2]

1900 Had supplied boilers to more than 300 customers by this date.

1900 Engine for the West Gloucestershire Water Company (Frampton Cotterell Station). Listed as Easton, Anderson and Goolden of Erith.

1900 A syndicate under the name of Easton and Co was formed to take over the work and connections of Easton, Anderson and Goolden, Limited.[3]

1908 Bought by Pulsometer Engineering Co.

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Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1894/02/02
  2. [1] [2] Gazette Issue 27067 published on the 31 March 1899. Page 20 of 68
  3. The Engineer 1900