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Maggs and Hindley

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1860 Maggs & Hindley cast iron footbridge at Stourhead Gardens (National Trust) in Wiltshire
Cast iron footbridge at Stourhead Gardens

of Bourton Foundry, near Bourton, Dorset

Previously the Maggs family had operated a business on the site.

1861 Exhibited at the Royal Agricultural Society of England meeting in Leeds - exhibited portable steam engine, combined threshing machine and other machines[1]

c.1870 Succeeded by E. S. Hindley and Sons

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. The Farmer's Magazine, 1861