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Tyneside Engine Works

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1884 Works in Cardiff opened in January 1884

1886 The partnership of Samuel Cottel, John Morgan, George Ferguson Burrell, trading as Cottel, Morgan and Co, of Tyneside Engine Works, Old Docks, Newport, ship repairers, engineers, and iron and brass founders, was dissolved[1]

1890 Built and fitted boiler, engines, etc to new steam tug "N. Strong"[2]

1895 Shares in the Tyneside Engine Works Co were traded[3]

1898 Company voluntarily wound up[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Bristol Mercury and Daily Post, 1886
  2. Western Mail, September 13, 1890
  3. Western Mail, January 22, 1895
  4. London Gazette, 31 May 1898