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J. Lindsay, Haigh Ironworks

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2016. Beam engine at the former Hannibal Price Sugar Plantation near Jacmel, Haiti. (see note at 1818.)
2016. Beam engine detail, at the former Hannibal Price Sugar Plantation near Jacmel, Haiti. (see note at 1818.)

James Lindsay of Haigh Iron Works, Wigan.

1818 A beam engine was made by James Lindsay for the Hannibal Price Sugar Plantation, Jacmel, Haiti. This exists in an overgrown, derelict condition. [1]


NB At this time the ironworks were owned by James Lindsay (1783-1869), Earl of Crawford. It seems unlikely that Lindsay himself made a beam engine but perhaps he had one made for the plantation.

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Sources of Information

  1. Industrial Archaeology News 149, Summer 2009 (Bulletin of the AIA - Association for Industrial Archaeology). Page 6 presents four photographs and a short description from Dinu Bumbaru