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Thomas Deakin (Co)

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of Broughton Road, Salford

Predecessor to Deakin, Parker and Co

1868 Advertisement: 'NEW massive HORIZONTAL ENGINES of modern construction, good materials and workmanship throughout, and beautifully finished, ALWAYS IN STOCK and in progress, sizes from 4in. To 24 in. Cylinders. Prices very reasonable. Many hundreds at work.-THOMAS DEAKIN, Sandon-street Engine Works, Broughton-road, Salford.'[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. Leeds Mercury, 24th December 1868