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of Kingston Engine Works, 71 Milnpark Street, Kinning Park, Glasgow
Agricultural Implement Manufacturers.
Machine makers and millwrights.
1856 A Highland Agricultural Society Show commendendation was awarded to Smith Brothers & Co., Glasgow, for a steam engine
"Kingston Engine Works were built for Smith Bros, Engineers & Ironfounders, founded 1866. The building is classical red and yellow brick, round-headed windows, large elliptical door, cylindrical iron columns, open brick arcade to erecting shop, travelling crane."
1870 Constructed a new type of governor designed by James Weir
1900 of Kingston Engine Works.
1925 Supplied large planing machine to Dorman Long