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Fox and Sykes

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of Great Tom Works, Free School-lane, Lincoln

1879. Advertisement. 'FOX and SYKES, Great Tom Works, Free School-lane, Lincoln, Engineers. Millwrights, Brass Founders, and Hot Water Engineers, Repairers of Portable and Fixed Engines, Thrashing Machines, and all kinds of Farming Implements; manufacturers of the X L ALL Bicycle, one of the cheapest and best machines that has ever been offered to the public; small Drilling Machines for hand or power, Stocks, Dies, and Taps to Whitworth standard.'[1]


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Sources of Information

  1. Stamford Mercury - Friday 31 January 1879