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British Industrial History

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1917.
1917.
James Bailey worm reduction gear at the National Wool Museum

of Slaithwaite, Huddersfield was a textile machinery maker and ironfounder

1917 Advert. Scouring machine. Squeezing machine.

Name plate. Exhibit at Armley Mill Museum


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